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Prof. Warner teaches courses in Latin American, African, and World History. His research has focused on the indigenous history of Mexico, Latin American religious history and more recently, the global history of food. Prior to becoming a professor, Dr. Warner worked as a professional chef for a decade in California. He talks of his influences, how he sees the Wabash experience, and shares his thoughts on winning the McLain-McTurnan-Arnold Award. (Episode 12)

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