Jorell Meléndez-Badillo's current work explores the global circulation of radical ideas from the standpoint of working-class intellectual communities in Puerto Rico. His teaching specializations include Latin America and the Caribbean, with additional expertise in the region's human rights, working classes, and radical movements.
He is currently a Mellon Faculty Fellow at Dartmouth College's Department of History, where he will transition to the position of Assistant Professor of History on July 1st, 2020.
In this webpage you will find information about his current research, news regarding his projects, and updated Curriculum Vitae.
Image: Centro de Documentación Obrera Santiago Iglesias Pantín, UPR-Humacao. The desk in the picture belonged to the former president of the Socialist Party, Bolívar Pagán.