University of Chicago
History, Ph.D., 1996
Dr. Grossman specializes in modern Central American History and US Foreign Relations. His recent publications include "The Hero Never Dies: Augusto Sandino of Nicaragua" in Samuel Brunk and Ben Fallaw, eds. Heroes and Hero Cults in Latin America (University of Texas Press. 2006) and "The Blood of the People: The Guardia Nacional de Nicaragua's Fifty Year War Against the People of Nicaragua, 1927-1979" in Cecilia Menjivar and Nestor Rodriguez, eds. When States Kill: Latin America, the U.S., and Technologies of Terror (University of Texas Press, 2005).