Faculty & Staff
Maria LO. Munoz
Assistant Professor of History
Office Location: Steele Hall - Rm 306
12 p.m. – 1 p.m., TTH
10 a.m. – 12 p.m., W
PHD, Univ of Arizona
MA, Univ of Nebraska Lincoln
BA, Univ of La Verne
Muñoz holds a Winifred and Gustave Weber Fellowship in Humanities.
Muñoz completed her doctoral degree at the University of Arizona in Latin American History with a minor in Cultural Anthropology. Her dissertation was entitled, "We Speak for Ourselves": The First National Congress of Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Indigenismo in Mexico, 1968-1982." She also co-edited the volume, Men of the People: The Presidencies of Lazaro Cardenas and Luis Echeverria, (University of Arizona Press, 2010). She just finished a chapter titled "De Pie y en Lucha! Indigenous Mobilizations After 1940" for an edited volume as well as a contributor on the encyclopedia project, Native Peoples of the World. Currently she is working on her book manuscript.
Muñoz's research interests include social movements, race, ethnicity, identity construction and nation-state building. She teaches Latin America (colonial and modern surveys), Mexico Since Independence, Race and Nation in Modern Latin America, and Latin American Revolutions, among others.
- HIST-180 Latin America, 1492 - 1825
- HIST-181 Latin American History, 1825 - Present
- HIST-390 Topics in History
- HIST-410 Seminar in History
- HIST-420 Internship in History
- HIST-501 Independent Study
- HONS-301 300-Level Honors Seminar
- OFFP-HRTNOLA Hurricane Relief Team: NOLA Experience
- OFFR-HRTNOLA Hurricane Relief Team: NOLA Experience
- OFFS-HRTNOLA Hurricane Relief Team: NOLA Experience