Cultural History Graduate Students

UA Graduate Students


Partial list of completed Ph.D.s & current positions

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
Amanda Lopez, Associate Professor, Saint Xavier University
The Cadaverous City: The Everyday Life of the Dead in Mexico City, 1875-1930, 2010
Neil Prendergast, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
American Holidays: A Natural History, 2011
Megan Prins, Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia
Winter in America, 1880-1920, 2015 
Ageeth Sluis, Professor, Butler University
City of Spectacles: Gender Performance, Revolutionary Reform and the Creation of Public Space in Mexico City, 1915-36, 2006