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Dr. Reynaldo Ortiz': Plantation Economies and Penal Landscapes in the Caribbean

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Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya (Ph.D. Sociology, SUNY-Binghamton) is on the faculty at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, where he works on questions of race and ethnicity, plantation economies, and penal landscapes in Latin America and the Caribbean. He works closely with Louisiana scholar Gwendolyn Hall, and is broadening some of his own work to Louisiana plantation and prison landscapes. Outside academia, Ortiz has worked as a mediator with at-risk youth in New York. (Funding by Lyceum Committee)