Dr. Cynthia Ross

Assistant Professional Track Faculty
Education:  Ph.D., Washington State University, 2011
Office: Ferguson Social Sciences, 104
Office Phone: 903-886-5225
Email Address: Cynthia.Ross@tamuc.edu

Research Interests
World History, Pacific History, Ecological History, Food History

Recent Publications
"Jesuit Missionaries as Agents of Empire: The Spanish-Chamorro War and Ecological Effects of Conversion on Guam, 1668-1769." World History Connected 10 (October 2013).

“Bananas” in Commodities, Culture, and History: The Products thatChanged the World, Heather Streets-Salter, ed. New York: Facts onFile, 2010.

Recent Courses Taught - Undergraduate
A World Divided: Global History - Challenges of Modernity
U.S. History to 1877 (In-Person and Honors)
Emergence of the Modern World
World History to the Seventeenth Century

Recent Courses Taught - Graduate
World War II in Asia & the Pacific
World History: Theory and Methods