McGillivray’s commitment to comparative
studies and micro-history combined with her gravitation toward early
XXth century developments—war, boom, and bust at the global level and
nationalism, populism, and revolution at the local level—motivated her
book, "Blazing Cane: Sugar Communities, Class, and State-Formation in
Cuba, 1868-1958" (Duke Univ, 2009) and her new research on
Social Development and Welfare
Georgetown University, 2002
Georgetown University, 1997
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 3-year Standard Research Grant, "Sugar and Power in the Brazilian Countryside, 1900-1964" (2009-2013)
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Postdoctoral Grant, "Sugar, Populism, and Revolution in Cuba, Mexico, and Brazil, 1900-1964" (2002-2004)
please see c.v.
Peer Reviewed Articles
“Populism in the Circum-Caribbean, 1920-1940,” co-written with Thomas Rogers, in Transformations of Populism in New York and the Americas: History and Recent Tendencies, New York: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2015.
“Cuba: Depression, Imperialism and Revolution, 1920-1940,” in The Great Depression in Latin America. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2014, 246-275.
- Voir CV