Dr. Kathleen M. McIntyre

DEGREES EARNED / CERTIFICATIONS / PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

  • Ph.D. University of New Mexico, 2012
  • M.A. University of New Mexico, 2005
  • B.A. Vassar College, 2001

PRIMARY COURSES TAUGHT

  • Colonial Latin America Survey
  • Modern Latin America Survey
  • Early Modern Western Civilizations
  • History of Mexico
  • Religion and Society in Latin America
  • Gender and Sexuality in Latin America
  • History of Spain and Portugal
  • Historical Methods
  • Introduction to Service Learning
  • Oral History Co-op

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Modern Mexico
  • Gender
  • Latin American Religions

MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS / PRESENTATIONS

Book in Progress

  • "Here the People Rule": Religious Conflict, Community, and State Formation in Post-revolutionary Oaxaca.

Articles

  • 2013 "'All of Their Customs are Daughters of Their Religion': Baptists in Post-revolutionary Mexico." Gender and History, 25:3, November, 475-495.
  • 2010 "Religious Conflict and Tradition in a Zapotec Community: Baptists in Tlacochahuaya, 1920-1935." La Revista Cultura y ReligiĆ³n, 4:2, October,   211-224.

Book Reviews

  • 2014 The Mixtecs of Oaxaca: Ancient Times to the Present, by Ronald Spores  and Andrew K. Balkansky. Tribal College Journal, forthcoming.
  • 2014 Maya Exodus: Indigenous Struggle for Citizenship in Chiapas, by Heidi   Moksnes. Hispanic American Historical Review, 94: 1, February, 134-135.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2014, 2013 Clarion University Professional Development Grant
  • 2011 Union College Faculty Travel Grant
  • 2010-11 American Association of University Women (AAUW) Fellowship
  • 2008-10 LAII Dissertation Fellowship, UNM
  • 2010 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Travel Grant
  • 2009 Feminist Research Initiative Grant, UNM
  • 2007 Latin American and Iberian Institute Pre-Dissertation Research Grant,   UNM
  • 2004-06 Foreign Language and Areas Studies (FLAS) Title VI Summer Mixtec Fellow, Oaxaca, Mexico

 

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • American Historical Association
  • Latin American Studies Association
  • Council on Latin American History Welte Institute for Oaxacan Studies
  • American Association of University Women

 

Last Updated 7/17/18