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Juris Doctorate, Law, George Washington University National Law Center
BA, Psychology, George Washington University
The American Bar Association
Latin American Studies Association
Member, Bolivia Section
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association
American Association of University Professors
American Folkore Society
Politics, Folklore and Social Justice Section
Hispanic Reading Room, U.S. Library of Congress
The Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C.
Massachusetts Bar Association
Wisconsin Bar Association
Prof. Marin-Dale's main topics of research include Inca history and deep analysis of Andean primary sources, such as the Spanish colonial chronicles, and the impact of colonial institutions on contemporary Native Andean culture and society; social conflict and the rise of indigenous social movements in the Andes; and contemporary use of Andean folktales as an avenue for social and political protest.
Her letters to the editor have been published in the New York Times and the Milwaukee Journal. An article on the professor’s legal career was published in the Sunday magazine of the Milwaukee Journal.