Dr. E. Mark Moreno

Associate Professor
Education: Washington State University, PhD, 2011
Office: Ferguson Social Sciences Building, 118
Phone: 903-886-5216
Email Address: Mark.Moreno@tamuc.edu

Research Interests
Post-Colonial and Modern Mexico, Print Culture, Schooling and Literacy, Race and Ethnicity, Gender and Nationalism, State Formation, World History

Recent Publications
“Mexico’s Chinaco Guerrillas during the French Intervention,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia for Latin American History (Oxford: Oxford University Press), forthcoming.

“Los chinacos y la cultura impresa durante el Segundo Imperio hasta 1942,” in Repensar el Segundo Imperio. Miradas convergentes desde la literatura, la historia y el arte, eds. Raquel Mosqueda Rivera and Luz América Viveros Anaya. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), forthcoming.

“Popular Narratives and Mestizo Horsemen: Creating a Racial Ideal in Nineteenth-Century Mexico, 1844-1896,” Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 2, no. 3 (Fall 2019), 352-381.

“Endangered Liberty: Schooling, Literacy, and the Idea of Progress in the Early Mexican Republic” World History Bulletin XXXIII, no. 2 (Fall 2017)

“Currents of Transatlantic Warfare: The European Revolutions and Martial Culture in Mexico, 1848-1867,” World History Connected 12, no. 1 (Feb. 2015)
http://worldhistoryconnected.press.illinois.edu/

Recent Courses Taught-Undergraduate
Afro-Latin American History
Latin America in the Modern Period
Conflict and Revolution in Mexico
Colonial Latin America
The Cold War in Latin America
The Modern World
Latin American and U.S. Latino Studies

Recent Courses Taught-Graduate
Readings in Latin American History
The West and World History
The Mexican Revolution