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College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Affiliated Researchers

The study of history is vital to a liberal arts education because it explores the full range of human experiences and analyzes the unfolding of those experiences across time and space. The mission of the History Department is to enhance our collective knowledge of the past, train students in how to develop informed and discerning perspectives on the past, and disseminate the benefits of a historical education to the multicultural populations of San Antonio, South Texas and beyond. The Department pursues this mission by promoting faculty and student research, teaching a comprehensive curriculum in History and American Studies, and fostering professional contributions to the community by faculty and students.


Affiliated Researchers

Agnieszka Czeblakow

(PhD- Emory University, 2011; MLIS- University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2014)

Interests: Rare Books Librarian


Miguel Gonzalez- Quiroga

(MA- History)

Interests: Mexican History and Borderlands Studies


ToniAnn Trevino

(PhD Candidate- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Interests: 20th Century United States, Mexican American History, Antinarcotics Policing, Mass Incarceration, Texas History, Mexican American Women, Latinos and American Law, Punitive Hospitalization and Addict Rehabilitation, Community Responses to Policing, Representations of Criminality, Racialized Policing Practices, Governing through Crime


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Main Office: MH 4.04.06

Department of History

University of Texas at San Antonio

College of Liberal and Fine Arts

One UTSA Circle

San Antonio, TX 78249-1644