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Paul Hart


Dr. HartOffice: TMH-212
Email: ph18@txstate.edu
Phone: 512.245.2067

Associate Professor

Curriculum Vitae

Paul Hart received his B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, and PhD from the University of California, San Diego.  His research interest is modern Mexico.


Educational Background :
Ph.D. - UCSD
B.A. - UT, Austin


Recent Research Topics :

A comparative study of industrialization and modernization in Porfirian, Mexico and Meiji, Japan.

Previous Publications :
Bitter Harvest: The Social Transformation of Morelos, Mexico, and the Origins of the Zapatista Revolution, 1840-1910 (University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Paperback eds. 2006, 2007)

Awards and Accomplishments :
Jesse H. Jones and Mary Gibbs Professor of Southwestern Studies
Harvey L. Johnson Book Award, Southwest Council of Latin American Studies; 2007
Excellence in Service, College of Liberal Arts; 2007
Presidential Fellow, 2006-2007
Excellence in Teaching, College of Liberal Arts, runner-up, 2004


Courses Taught

HIST 1320 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM 1877
A general survey of the history of the United States from Reconstruction to present.

HIST 3320 HISTORY OF MEXICO SINCE 1848
A survey of the national period of Mexican history from the independence movement to the present.

HIST 4372 MEXICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
A survey of the political, economic, and social-cultural role of the Mexican-American in United States from the era of Spanish colonization to the present.

HIST 4373 ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS
Comparative history of the Americas with special attention to the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Explores different patterns of economic growth and their impact on societies and international relations.

HIST 5325C REVOLUTIONARY MEXICO
A graduate seminar that explores the interrelated economic, social, political, and cultural conditions and forces that shaped revolutionary Mexico. Ideological currents that impacted the period will be examined.