Brad Eidahl, instructor of Latin American history, received his bachelor’s degree from Winona State University in 2008 and his M.A. from Ohio University in 2011. He has conducted extensive research in Chile and has interviewed some of that country’s most influential political figures of the latter half of the twentieth century.
Office: Powers 242B
Research and Teaching Interests
Brad Eidahl researches contemporary Chilean history. His primary research focuses on the role of opposition journalists under Chile’s military dictatorship from 1973-1990. His other interests include the expansion of politics in Latin America during the twentieth century, the growth of a middle class, and the interaction between popular culture and politics. He is also interested in using games to actively engage students in history.