PhD, University of Michigan (2001)
AB, Princeton University (1990)
Latin America, global history, US empire, sovereignty, socialism
Latin America, global history, US empire, socialism, exploration, historical methodology
Hist 132 – World History, 1500-Present
Hist 293 – Seminar on Historical Methods (History of Exploration)
Hist 372 – Revolutions in Global History/Socialism in Global History
Hist 600 – Seminar in History (History of Exploration)
Hist 939 – Approaches to Global History
Hist 940 – Biography and Global History
Global 101 – People and Politics
Global 321 – The City in Global History
Zeidler, Anita, Connell, Tula, McGuinness, Aims, and Smith, Adam. “Advancing Human Progress: Frank P. Zeidler’s Vision for Milwaukee.” Sponsored by the UW-Milwaukee History Department and the Frank P. Zeidler Memorial Lecture Committee. (2012).
McGuinness, Aims, and McKay, Steven C. “Afterword: Diaspora and the Language of Neoliberalism.” New Routes for Diaspora Studies. Ed. Banerjee, Sukanya, McGuinness, Aims, and McKay, Steven C. Indiana University Press, (2012): pp. 229-232 (4 pgs.).
McGuinness, Aims. Review of Myths of Harmony: Race and Republicanism during the Age of Revolution, Colombia 1795–1831. 14.2 Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 2009: 500-502.
McGuinness, Aims. “Sovereignty on the Isthmus: Federalism, U.S. Empire, and the Struggle for panama during the California Gold Rush.” The State of Sovereignty: Territories, Laws, Populations. Ed. Howland, Douglas R., and White, Louise. Indiana University Press, (2009): 19-34.
McGuinness, Aims. “The Revolution Begins Here: Milwaukee and the History of Socialism.” Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past. Ed. Anderson, Margo J., and Greene, Victor. University of Illinois Press, (2009): 77-104.