Dr. Julio Moreno is an experienced educator, presenter, and
commentator. Currently, he is an associate professor of Latin
American History and serves as faculty director of the Sarlo
Scholars Program, a global service-learning program managed by the
McCarthy Center. He has served as director of the Center for Latino
Studies in the Americas at the University of San Francisco. Dr.
Moreno is the recipient of the Fellowship for the Study of
Advertising and World Culture from the Library of Congress where he
received a position as a visiting scholar in 2003-3004. He is also
the recipient of the 2009-2010 visiting scholar fellowship for the
study of globalization at the Institute for Historical Studies at
the University of Texas in Austin.
Dr. Moreno is author of articles and books, including Yankee
Don't Go Home!, a book on the impact of Mexican
nationalism and American business culture in Mexico. He is also
co-author of Reflections, an elementary school social
studies book series by Harcourt Publishers. He is co-editor and
contributor to Beyond the Eagle's Shadow: New
Histories of Latin America's Cold War, a University
of New Mexico Press forthcoming book. He is currently writing two
books: One looks at the fascinating history of Coca-Cola in Latin
America and the other deciphers the nature of American business and
diplomacy in Latin America during the Cold War.
Dr. Moreno is a noted presenter of topics related to Latin America,
U.S. business and diplomacy in the region, and the Latino community
in the United States. He has granted numerous interviews to various
television and radio stations that include CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC,
Univisión, and Telemundo. Dr. Moreno has also offered many
interviews to U.S. and Latin American newspapers and news agencies
like the Associated Press.
Co-Director for the Center for Latino Studies in America