He has a PhD in History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He is specialist in history of the United States in the 19th century, and he
has also published works on the relations between Mexico and the United States
in that time. She gives courses on history of the United States, and history of
America in the 19th century. Some of his main works are: Empires, republics,
and towns competing for the territory: the
relations Mexico-United States, 1756-1867 (co-authored with Marcela Terrazas),
and An ephemeral vicinity: the Confederate States and America and its foreign policy
with Mexico, 1861-1865. Currently she is Director of Teaching.
PhD in History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States, 2008.
Master’s in Modern and Contemporary History, José María Luis Mora Research Institute, Mexico, 1998.
Social and political history of southern United States, 19th century.
History of slavery in the United States.
History of the relations between Mexico and the United States, 19th century.
The reform of a slaver society: Virginia, 1816-1865.
Colonization Attempts of the United States in México, 1860-1870.
History of the relations between Mexico and the United States.
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