Marysa Navarro (b. 1934) received her Ph.D. in Latin American History from Colombia University in 1964. She joined the history department at Dartmouth College in 1968, and taught courses on the Spanish conquest, the history of Brazil, the history of contemporary Latin America, slavery, revolution and bureaucratic authoritarianism. She has written and edited several books on right-wing thought in Argentina, Eva Perón, women’s history and women’s studies, as well as numerous articles. Since her retirement in 2010, she has been appointed resident scholar at the David Rockefeller Institute for Latin American Studies, Harvard University. She continues to be involved in several projects dealing with coeducation at Dartmouth, an account of her life and her family during the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War, and a history of the Inter-American Commission of Women and the Pan American Union.