Dr. Gregory Hammond is an Associate Professor of History at Austin Peay State University who knows from personal experience how enriching international travel can be. As an undergraduate at Williams college he first experienced study abroad as a Junior in Madrid, Spain. Since then, his research on women’s suffrage in Latin America has taken him to conferences and archives in Argentina, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Honduras, and Russia. His courses have ranged from focused looks at the culture and history of these nations to survey courses on world and U.S. history. Over the course of his career, Dr. Hammond has taught at a variety of Universities, ranging from large public institutions such as Arizona State and the University of Texas at Austin, where he received his doctorate in 2004, to small private colleges such as Oberlin and Colgate. At all of these universities, Dr. Hammond has had the opportunity to work with bright, motivated students and has worked to help them all achieve their goals in school and beyond.