Registration Now Open! UTEP Borderlands History Conference

Registration Now Open!

Annual Borderlands History Conference

The University of Texas at El Paso

Shifting Borders: Gender, Family and Community

February 10-11, 2017, El Paso, Texas

Keynote Speaker Sonia Hernández presents

“A transnational feminist(s) network of women: From Tampico, to south Texas and beyond, 1900-1940."

ANN: UTEP Borderlands History Conference

Registration Now Open!

Annual Borderlands History Conference

The University of Texas at El Paso

Shifting Borders: Gender, Family and Community

February 10-11, 2017, El Paso, Texas

Keynote Speaker Sonia Hernández presents

“A transnational feminist(s) network of women: From Tampico, to south Texas and beyond, 1900-1940."

Registration Now Open! UTEP Borderlands History Conference

Registration Now Open!

Annual Borderlands History Conference

The University of Texas at El Paso

Shifting Borders: Gender, Family and Community

February 10-11, 2017, El Paso, Texas

Keynote Speaker Sonia Hernández presents

“A transnational feminist(s) network of women: From Tampico, to south Texas and beyond, 1900-1940."

$10,000 Natalicio Fellowships for Recruiting PhD Students, Department of History, UT-El Paso

November 2016

The Department of History at the University of Texas at El Paso is proud to announce the President Diana Natalicio Recruitment Fellowship for highly competitive individuals seeking a PhD in History.  The Fellowships are up to $10,000 for the first year, on top of the standard fellowship package that students receive for four years.  The funds have typically been used to help students conduct research and attend professional conferences.  

CFP (conference): Migrations and Borders in the United States: discourses, representations, imaginary contexts (Grenoble, France, 29-31 March 2017)

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Migration studies are at the core of American history. Whether voluntary or involuntary, migrations peopled the continent. Waves of immigration have created an American identity which is continuously modified by new arrivals and changing patterns of cultural transmission and dominance. While cultural mobility seems to be an unstoppable global phenomenon, local resistance, mainly among minorities, is observed. Cultures—or cultural traits—also migrate on their own, disregarding borders.

Mexican Nazis & Global Pachucos: Propaganda, Intelligence and the Production of Border Invasion Anxiety During World War II

Colloquium, SAR Boardroom

Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 12:00–1:00 pm, Free

Dr. David Romo will explore the impact of German, Japanese, British, American and Mexican propaganda and intelligence activities along the U.S.-Mexico border before and during World War II.

University of Texas at El Paso Department of History wins Major Awards from the AHA and NEH

The Department of History 
The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)

The Department of History at UTEP has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Equity Award, bestowed annually upon an institution that has demonstrated an exceptional record in the recruitment and retention of students and new faculty from racial and ethnic groups under-represented within the historical professions. Previous recipients of the institutional award are the Graduate School at Duke University, the University of California, Irvine; and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.  

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