Holler, Dr. Jacqueline

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Dr. Jacqueline Holler is an historian of early colonial Mexico who also teaches contemporary Latin American history and teaches and conducts research in the area of Gender Studies. She is author and co-author of books, chapters, and articles on colonial Latin American history and contemporary gender studies; her primary research interests lie at the juncture of gender, sexuality, emotion, health, and religion. Her current project on the history of multi-ethnic women’s healing networks in colonial Mexico is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (2020 - 2025). She has supervised graduate students in History, Gender Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and International Studies.

Research and Expertise

Research Fields:
  • Gender and Women's Studies
  • History
  • International Studies
Areas of Expertise:

Gender, sexuality, emotion, health, religion, violence against women

Currently accepting graduate students
Supervises in:
  • MA History
  • MA Gender Studies
  • MA Interdisciplinary Studies
  • MA International Studies

Dr. Holler accepts graduate students working on Mexican or contemporary Latin American topics relating to her research interests, and will consider students working on gender, sexuality, violence against women, or women’s health in other regions of the world.