Brian P. Owensby

Professor, Director of Center for Global Inquiry and Innovation

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PUBLICATIONS

Books

Book project: Gain and Global Transformation in the "Land without Evil." Settlers, Guaraní and Jesuits in Early-Modern Paraguay.

 

Meanings of Justice in British and Iberian America: Settler and Indigenous Law as Counterpoints, 1600-1825, B. Owensby & R. Ross, eds., NYU Press (forthcoming 2017)

 

Empire of Law and Indian Justice in Colonial Mexico (Stanford, 2008; paperback 2011). Winner Murdo J. McLeod Book Prize, 2008. Latin America and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association.

 

Intimate Ironies: Making Middle-Class Lives in Modern Brazil (Stanford, 1999; paperback 2001)

 

Degrees

B.A. Oberlin College, Economics, 1981

J.D. Univ. of Michigan Law School, 1984

Ph.D. Princeton University, History, 1994

Global Commerce in Culture and Society

Global Development Studies, Global Commerce in Culture and Society

Environments & Sustainability

Global Public Health

Security & Justice, Global Commerce in Culture and Society

Global Development Studies

Environments & Sustainability, Global Commerce in Culture and Society

Global Development Studies, Middle East and South Asia, Global Commerce in Culture and Society

Global Development Studies, Security & Justice

Security & Justice

Middle East and South Asia

Global Development Studies, Security & Justice, Global Commerce in Culture and Society