Marie Underhill Noll Professor, History
Raymond Craib's research and teaching interests revolve around the intersections of space, politics, and everyday practice. He is especially interested in Latin America and/as global history, critical geography/cartography, the left, and theory and history. As a 2020–21 Global Public Voices fellow, he collaborated with José Ragas (Universidad Catolica, Chile).
Craib's recent book, The Cry of the Renegade: Politics and Poetry in Interwar Chile, examines the relationships between space and politics—in this instance, in the context of post-World War I Santiago, Chile, a city undergoing dramatic spatial and social transformation.