- Master of Arts in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Kansas, 1994
Sloan currently teaches at the University of Arkansas as an Associate Professor of History. She is also a faculty member in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Gender Studies. She received her Ph.D. in the History of Latin America from the University of Kansas in 2002; a M.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from the University of Kansas in 1994; her M.BA. from the University of Kansas in 1986; and a B.A. in Psychology, from Kansas State University in 1983.
Sloan’s main interests are the social and gender history of modern Mexico. She is the author of two books and is currently working on her third project, a book-length study of moral panic and youth in late 19th and early 20th century Mexico. Dr. Sloan teaches a wide variety of courses in Latin American social and cultural history. “I believe the Master’s Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies benefitted my future career directions by allowing me to study Latin America from the perspectives of different disciplines. I credit my time in KU's Latin American and Caribbean Studies program for molding me into a truly interdisciplinary scholar and teacher.”