Borderlands/Southwest History Graduate Students

UA Graduate Students

David Anderson                 aengusanderson@gmail.com
 
Marcus Burtner                  burtner@email.arizona.edu
Proliferating Natures: Social and Natural Complexity in the Tucson Bowl, 1907-1975
 
Tai Johnson                  tai@email.arizona.edu
Local Environmental Knowledge: Hopi Land, Water and Farming Practices
 
 
 
 
Partial list of completed Ph.D.s & current positions
 
Salvador Acosta, Assistant Professor, Fordham University
Crossing Borders, Erasing Boundaries: Interethnic Marriages in Tucson, 1854-1930, 2010
 
Dolores Rivas Bahti, Pima Community College
Aztlan in Arizona: Civic Narratives and Ritual Pagentry in Mexican Arizona, 1915-1935, 2001
 
Kevin Britz, Director, Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Collins College
Long may their Legend Survive: Memory and Authenticity in Deadwood, South Dakota, Tombstone, Arizona, and Dodge City, Kansas, 1999
 
Maritza de la Trinidad, Assistant Professor, West Texas A&M University
Collective Outrage: Mexican American Activism and the Quest for Educational Reform, 2008
 
Katrina Jagodinsky, Research Fellow, Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University Intimate Obscurity: American Indian Women in Arizona Households and Histories, 1860-1935, 2011
 
John Klingemann, Assistant Professor, Angelo State University
Triumph of the Vanquished: Pancho Villa’s Chihuahuan Army in Revolutionary Mexico, 2008
 
Yolanda Leyva, Associate Professor, University of Texas-El Paso
Que son los ninos: Mexican children along the U.S.-Mexico border, 1880-1930, 1999
 
Michael Logan, Professor, Oklahoma State University
Fighting Sprawl and City Hall: Resistance to Urban Growth in the Southwest, 1945-1965, 1994
 
Fawn Amber Montoya, Assistant Professor, Colorado State University, Pueblo
Mines, Massacres and Memories: Colorado Fuel and Iron's Creation of a Company in Southern Colorado, 1880-1919, 2007
 
Lydia Otero, Associate Professor, Mexican American & Raza Studies, University of Arizona
Conflicting Visions: Urban Renewal, Historical Preservation and the Politics of Preserving a Mexican Past, 2004
 
Gretchen Pierce, Assistant Professor, Shippensburg University

Sobering the Revolution: Mexico's Anti-Alcohol Campaigns and the Process of State-Building, 1910-1940, 2008

 
Chrystel K. Pitt, Instructor, Framingham State University

Deal with Us: The Business of Mexican Culture in post-World War II Houston, 2011

 
Laura Shelton, Assistant Professor, Georgia Southern University
Families in the Courtroom: Law, Community and Gender in Northwestern Mexico, 1800-1850, 2004