Office Location: Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3111
Areas of Interest:
Field: Colonial Latin America; the early modern Spanish world; sacred history
Jason Dyck is a historian of the early modern Spanish world with a special interest in colonial Latin America. His research focuses on colonial religion, missionary work, and the craft of sacred history in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. He is currently completing the first transcription and scholarly introduction to the third volume of Francisco de Florencia’s (1620–1695) chronicle of the Jesuit province of New Spain. For more information on his publications, research activity, and teaching experience you can visit his website at http://jasoncdyck.com/.