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Sam W Haynes

Professor, History
Last Updated: August 7, 2020
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Education

Education

    • 1988 PhD in History
      Univ Houston Main Campus, 1988
    • 1984 MA in History
      Univ Houston Main Campus, 1984
    • 1978 BA in History
      Columbia University, 1978

Appointments

Appointments

    • 2010 to Present Professor
      History, University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)
    • 2008 to Present Director
      Center for Southwestern Studies, University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)
    • 1997 to 2010 Associate Professor
      History, University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)
    • 1993 to 1997 Assistant Professor
      History, University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)
    • 1988 to 1992 Adjunct Professor
      University of Houston - Central Campus (Houston, TX, United States)
    • 1990 to 1991 Adjunct Professor
      University of Houston - Downtown (Houston, TX, United States)

Memberships

    • Apr 2017 to Present Texas State Historical Association
      Fellow
      Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. Its mission is to “foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the rich and unique history of Texas and, by example and through programs and activities, encourage and promote research, preservation, and publication of historical material affecting the state of Texas.”
    • May 2015 to Present American Historical Association
      The American Historical Association is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1884 and incorporated by Congress in 1889 for the promotion of historical studies. The AHA provides leadership for the discipline, protects academic freedom, develops professional standards, aids in the pursuit and publication of scholarship, generates innovative teaching, and supplies various services to sustain and enhance the work of its members
    • May 2015 to Present Clements Center for Southwestern Studies, SMU
      Fellow
      Established in fall 1996, the Clements Center promotes research, publishing, teaching, and public programming in a variety of fields of inquiry related to Texas, the American Southwest, and the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
    • Sept 2000 to Present Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
      Established in 1977, the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR) is an association of scholars dedicated to exploring the events and the meaning of United States history between 1776 and 1861. SHEAR’s mission is to foster the study of the early republican period among professional historians, students, and the general public.
    • Sept 1998 to Present Texas Institute of Letters
      The Texas Institute of Letters is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Honor Society founded in 1936 to celebrate Texas literature and to recognize distinctive literary achievement. The TIL’s elected membership consists of the state’s most respected writers of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, journalism, and scholarship. Induction into the TIL is based on literary accomplishments. Application for membership is not accepted.
    • Sept 1990 to Present Texas State Historical Association
      Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. Its mission is to “foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the rich and unique history of Texas and, by example and through programs and activities, encourage and promote research, preservation, and publication of historical material affecting the state of Texas.”
    • Jan 2003 to May 2009 UTA Center for Southwestern Studies
      Fellow
      The Center for Greater Southwestern Studies strives to expand educational horizons within and beyond the University including:• Supporting faculty and student interest in the Southwest • Fostering interdisciplinary study of the Southwest • Public education programs and special lectures

Awards and Honors

    • Dec  2019 Bill and Rita Clements Senior Research Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America sponsored by Southern Methodist University
    • Dec  2017 Fellow sponsored by Texas State Historical Association
    • May  2017 Nominee, Presidents Award for Transformative Online Education sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  2015 Endowment Award for Research and Creative Activity sponsored by College of Liberal Arts, UT Arlington
    • Dec  2014 Faculty Development Leave sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  2012 Creative and Research Excellence Award, for Unfinished Revolution: The Early American Republic in a British World. sponsored by College of Liberal Arts, UT Arlington
    • Dec  2009 Excellence Fund Award for Research and Creative Activity sponsored by State of Texas
    • Dec  2008 Alicia Wilkerson Smotherman Faculty Award sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington, College of Liberal Arts
    • Dec  2008 Kalpana Chawla STAR Faculty Award sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  2006 Excellence Fund Award for Research and Creative Activity sponsored by State of Texas
    • Dec  2005 Excellence Fund Award for Research and Creative Activity sponsored by State of Texas
    • Dec  2005 Nominee, Academy of Distinguished Teachers sponsored by University of Texas System
    • Dec  2005 Nominee, Golladay Award sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington, College of Liberal Arts
    • Nov  2005 "Favorite Professor" sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington, Maverick Orientation Leaders
    • Dec  2004 Excellence Fund Award for Research and Creative Activity sponsored by State of Texas
    • Dec  2002 William Gilmore Simms Visiting Research Professorship sponsored by University of South Carolina
    • Dec  2000 Library Company Research Fellowship sponsored by Library Company of Philadelphia
    • Dec  1998 Elected Member sponsored by Texas Institute of Letters
    • Dec  1997 Beinecke Visiting Research Fellowship sponsored by Yale University
    • Dec  1997 Faculty Development Leave sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  1997 Research and Enhancement Program Grant sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  1996 College of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  1996 Recognized Mentor sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
    • Dec  1993 Dobie-Paisano Writers' Fellowship sponsored by Texas Institute of Letters

Other Activities

Other Activities

      • Dec 2016
        Textbook Consultant
        Oxford University Press
      • Dec 2016
        Manuscript Reviewer
        Stanford University Press; Texas A&M University Press; University of Texas Press; KQED Books & Video; University of North Texas Press
      • Dec 2016
        Article Manuscript Reviewer
        Southwestern Historical Quarterly
      • Dec 1997
        Faculty Consultant, advance Placement Exam
        Educational Testing Service

Support & Funding

Support & Funding

This data is entered manually by the author of the profile and may duplicate data in the Sponsored Projects section.
    • Sept 2019 to May 2021 Border Land: The Struggle for Texas sponsored by  -  $65000
      Sam Haynes (Funded)
    • Jan 2017 to Mar 2020 Border Land: The Struggle for Texas, Phase Two sponsored by  -  $20000
      Sam Haynes (Funded)
    • July 2016 to July 2017 Border Land: The Struggle for Texas, 1821-1846 sponsored by  -  $1500
      (Funded)
    • June 2009 to Aug 2013 Remembering the Mexican Revolution sponsored by  -  $15000
      Sam Haynes (Funded)
    • June 2009 to Aug 2010 Expenses Thecb Vertical Teams Conference sponsored by  -  $3000
      Sam Haynes (Funded)
    • July 2009 to Apr 2010 Mexican Revolution: conflict to Consolidation, 1910-1940 sponsored by  -  $3500
      Sam Haynes (Funded)
    • Oct 2011 to May 2013 U.S.- Mexican War Website Project sponsored by  -  $30000
      Sam Haynes (Funded)
    • Sept 2011 to Oct 2011 Lecture by John Burnett sponsored by  -  $1500
      Sam Haynes (Funded)

Publications


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      • Book
        Border Land: The Struggle for Texas
        [Haynes, SamW]. In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted.

      2020
      • A Continent Divided: The U.S.-Mexico War
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2018
      • Interviewed. “What Does It Mean To Remember The Alamo, And What Should We Teach Our Kids?” National Public Radio, The Texas Standard
        [Haynes, SamW]. "National Public Radio".
      • Rethinking the Narrative of Early Nineteenth Century Texas, Fronteras
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Interviewed. “The Frontiersmen: The Men Who Built America,” The History Channel
        [Haynes, SamW]. "The History Channel".
      • “Communities of Historians: Academic Centers and their Roles in Texas History,” Texas State Historical Association
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2017
      • Principal Investigator, Border Land, The Struggle for Texas, Humanities Texas, $1,500
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Texas Labor Conference
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Manuel Gonzalez Oropeza and Jesus F. de la Teja, eds., Actas del Congreso Constituyente de Coahuila y Texas de 1824 a 1827. 2 vols. Mexico City: Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación, 2016, in Southwestern Historical Quarterly
        [Haynes, SamW]. vol. 120, no. 4, 508-09..
      • Interviewed. “A UT Arlington Project is Busting the Narrative of Anglo-centric History,” KERA, Dallas
        [Haynes, SamW]. Dallas, Texas: "KERA- Radio".
      • Co-Organizer, “Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers: Expansive Thinking and Global Solutions, Festival of Ideas
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Indians at the Center: Rethinking Native Americans in U.S. History and Geography,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Principal Investigator, $20,000 Summerlee Foundation grant for Border Land digitization project
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2016
      • The Impact of the American Revolution on the Texas Revolution, Major Problems in Texas History
        [Haynes, SamW, Haynes, Sam, Wintz, Cary]. "Cengage Publishing ".
      • Major Problems in Texas History (with Cary Wintz)
        [Haynes, SamW]. Boston, MA: "Houghton-Mifflin".
      • "Wars of Mexico and the U.S., 1836-1848," Oxford Online Bibliographies
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Border Land: The Srruggle for Texas, 1820-1879
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • "Wars of Mexico and the U.S., 1836-1848," Oxford Online Bibliographies
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Interviewed. “What a 1950s Textbook Can Tell Us About Today’s Textbook Fight,” KUT, Austin
        [Haynes, SamW]. Austin, TX: "KUT -Radio".
      • “Sunbelt Politics and the Rise of the New Right,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Major Problems in Texas History
        [Haynes, SamW, Wintz, Cary]. Boston : "Houghton - Mifflin".

      2015
      • Heirs to a Revolution: Looking for the Spirit of ‘76 in the Anglo - Texan Struggle Against Mexico, Contested Empire: Rethinking the Texas Revolution
        Contested Empire: Rethinking the Texas Revolution
        [Haynes, SamW]. "Texas A & M University Press".
      • Contested Empire: Essays on the Texas Revolution (with Gerald Saxon)
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Principal Investigator,$10,000, Border Land, The Struggle for Texas, Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative, College of Liberal Arts
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Anglophobia,” “U.S.-Mexico War,” Dictionary of American History, Supplement: America in the World, 1776 to the Present
        [Haynes, SamW]. New York, New York: "Macmillan Reference".
      • Jennifer Clark, The American Idea of England, 1776-1840, Transatlantic Writing. Ashgate, 2013, American Studies
        [Haynes, SamW]. 49, no. 2, 232.
      • “Big Tent Triumphalism and the Search for a Texas Meta-Narrative,” University of Texas at Austin
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Contested Empire: Essays on the Texas Revolution
        [Haynes, SamW, Saxon, Gerald]. "Texas A & M University Press".

      2014
      • Mark Cheathem, Andrew Jackson, Southerner. Southwestern Historical Quarterly
        [Haynes, SamW]. (Oct. 2014), 220-21.
      • “John Slidell and the Outbreak of the War with Mexico,” Texas Insights
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2013
      • Imitating the Example of Our Forefather, Fronteras
        Fronteras
        [Haynes, SamW]. 6-8.
      • Remembering the Mexican Revolution: Conflict and Consolidation, 1910-1940 (with Douglas Richmond)
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Principal Investigator, National Endowment for the Humanities, Humanities Collections and Reference Resources grant, $350,000. A Continent Divided: The U.S.-Mexico War”
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Amy Greenberg, A Wicked War: Polk, Clay Lincoln, and the 1846 Invasion of Mexico, Presidential Studies Quarterly
        [Haynes, SamW]. 43, no. 3 (September) 2013.
      • Comment, “Rumor and Intrigue in the Atlantic World,” Society for the History of the Early American Republic
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Principal Investigator, “A Continent Divided: the U.S.-Mexico War,” $23,000, Internal Funding
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Imitating the Example of our Forefathers: The Texas Revolution as Historical Re-enactment,” 48th Annual Webb Lectures
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Conference Coordinator, “A Frontier Odyssey: The Lives and Legacy of Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker,” Photo Exhibit and Symposium, $8,000, Internal funding
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “A Frontier Odyssey: The Lives and Legacy of Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Contested Empire: Rethinking the Texas Revolution,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2012
      • Manifest Destiny and the American Southwest,” A Companion to the Era of Andrew Jackson
        Blackwell Companions to American History series
        [Haynes, SamW, Adams, SeanPatrick ]. "Wiley - Blackwell Publishers". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118290767.ch27
      • Principal Investigator, “A Continent Divided: the U.S.-Mexico War,” Summerlee Foundation, $30,000
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “John Slidell’s Mission to Texas,” A Continent Divided: The U.S.-Mexico War, 2012 http://library.uta.edu/usmexicowar/index.php
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “The Fall of the Herrera Government,” A Continent Divided: The U.S.-Mexico War, 2012 http://library.uta.edu/usmexicowar/essaysresult.php?content_id=179
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “The Texas Question,” A Continent Divided: The U.S.-Mexico War
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “’The Man in the White Hat’: Charles Elliot, the Annexation of Texas and the U.S. war with Mexico,” Teaching of History Conference, University of North Texas
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2011
      • Principal Investigator, Mexican War Broadsides Digitization Project, College of Liberal Arts Seed grant, $10,000, Internal funding
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Principal Investigator, “Crossroads of Empire: Teaching the American Southwest,” National Endowment for the Humanities, $116,000 (unfunded), 2011 Principal Investigator, “Covering the War Next Door,” Humanities Texas $1,500, funded
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Co-Organizer, “The War Next Door: Narco-Violence and the U.S.-Mexico Border,”
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2010
      • “Heirs to a Revolution: Looking for the Spirit of ’76 in the Anglo-Texan Struggle Against Mexico, 1835-1836,” European Early American Studies Association
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Unfinished Revolution: The Early American Republic in a British World
        [Haynes, SamW]. Charlottesville: "University of Virginia Press".
      • Unfinished Revolution: The Early American Republic in a British World
        [Haynes, SamW]. Charlottesville, VA: "University of Virginia Press ".
      • Walter C. Borneman, Polk: The Man Who Transformed The Presidency and America, Random House, 2009, Southern Historical Review
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Sean M. Kelley, Los Brazos de Dios, A Plantation Society in the Texas Borderlands, Louisiana State University Press, 2010, Agricultural History
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Anglophobia in the Early American Republic,” Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Images of Conflict: 1910-1920, Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, Mexican Revolution centennial program, UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • La Tierra y sy Gente: The Rio Grande Photographs of Robert Runyon, Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, Mexican revolution centennial program, UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Mexico, The Revolution and Beyond, The Photographs of Agustin Victor Casasola, 1900-1940, Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, Mexican Revolution centennial program, UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “The Revolution will be Photographed, Images of Conflict, 1910-20,” Remembering the Mexican Revolution Symposium
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Remembering the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2009
      • John C. Pinheiro, Manifest Ambition: James K. Polk and Civil-Military Relations, Westport, CT, 2007, The Historian
        [Haynes, SamW].(2009 vol71 no. 3),
      • Principal Investigator, “Remembering the Mexican Revolution, 1910-20” Centennial Program, Humanities Texas, $3,000, funded
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Principal Investigator, “Remembering the Mexican Revolution, 1910-20” Centennial Program, Summerlee Foundation, $15,000, funded
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Polk, James K.,” “Spot Resolution,” The Essential Lincoln: A Political Encyclopedia
        [Haynes, SamW]. "Congressional Quarterly Press".
      • “The Continentalist Vision of James K. Polk,” Paul Boller Memorial Lectures
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “‘Imitating the Example of Our Forefathers:’ the Texas Revolution as Historical Re-Enactment,” Society for the History of the Early American Republic
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Timothy Henderson, A Glorious Defeat: Mexico and its War with the United States, 2007, Hispanic American Historical Review (May, 2009)
        [Haynes, SamW]. May 386-87,

      2008
      • “‘Brother Jonathan is Somebody:’ U.S.-British Relations and the American Self-Image in the Mid-Nineteenth Century,” European Group in Early American History
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Edward P. Crapol, John Tyler: Accidental President, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006), North Carolina Historical Review
        [Haynes, SamW]. 84(April 2007), 226-27.
      • Stuart Reid, The Secret War for Texas, Texas A&M University Press, 2007, Western Historical Quarterly (Autumn, 2008),
        [Haynes, SamW]. (Autumn, 2008), 360-61.
      • “Slavery in the Transatlantic World,” 9th Annual Transatlantic Graduate Research Symposium, University of Texas at Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Beyond the Alamo: Rethinking the Texas Revolution,” Texas State Historical Association
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2007
      • Gary Clayton Anderson, The Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing in the Promised Land, 1820-1875 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2005), Great Plains Quarterly
        [Haynes, SamW]. 27 no. 1, 57.
      • Introduction to Texas History, State of Texas Dictionary of United States History
        State of Texas Dictionary of United States History
        [Haynes, SamW]. "New Library Press ".
      • “‘Red Lions Everywhere’: The Politics of Anglophobia in Jacksonian America,” Western Conference on British Studies
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2006
      • James K. Polk and the Expansionist Impulse
        Library of American Biography Series
        [Haynes, SamW]. New York : "Addison, Wesley, Longman".
      • “Manifest Destiny” Americans at War: Society, Culture, and the Homefront
        [Haynes, SamW]. New York, New York: "Macmillan Reference".
      • To Colonize 500 Families... Catholics, and of Good Morals: Stephen Austin and the Anglo - American Immigration to Texas, June 4, 1825, Magazine of History
        Teaching American History With Documents from the Gilder Lehrman Collection
        [Haynes, SamW]. 57-59. "Organization of American Historians". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/maghis/19.6.57
      • “Their Ways are not our Ways:’ British Travel Literature and the American Sense of Self,” Western Conference for British Studies
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Venting the National Spleen: British Censure and Jackson’s America,” Dallas Area Social History Group
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Script Advisor and Chief Research Consultant, History Channel, “The Mexican-American War”
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “‘Conflicting Sensations’ and the National Sense of Self: Anti-British Sentiment and the Early Republic,” Globalization, Empire, and Imperialism Conference
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Scott A. Silverstone, Divided Union: The Politics of War in the Early American Republic (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004), American Historical Review
        [Haynes, SamW]. (February 2006), , 159-60.

      2005
      • Benjamin Heber Johnson, Revolution in Texas: How a Forgotten Rebellion and its Bloody Suppression Turned Mexicans into Americans (Yale University Press, 2003) Pacific Historical Review
        [Haynes, SamW].(November), 633-34.
      • Jimmy L. Bryan Jr. More Zeal Than Discretion: The Westward Adventures of Walter P. Lane, College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2008, Fronteras
        [Haynes, SamW]. 5.
      • Wayne Cutler, ed., Correspondence of James K. Polk, vol. 10 (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004) Southwestern Historical Quarterly
        [Haynes, SamW].(July), 154-55.
      • Advisor, “The Presidents,” The History Channel
        [Haynes, SamW]. "The History Channel".

      2004
      • ‘“Looking John Bull Straight in the Eye,” Defensive Imperialism and the American Postcolonial Identity,” Atlantic World Conference
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Charles Elliot and the Myth of an American “Manifest Destiny,” Society for the History of American Foreign Relations
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Charles Elliot and the Myth of an American “Manifest Destiny,” Society for the History of American Foreign Relations
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Works of Art as Modes of Knowledge: an Exploration of the Concept of Manifest Destiny,” North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Paul Foos, A Short, Offhand, Killing Affair: Soldiers and Social Conflict During The Mexican-American War (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002), Journal of Southern History
        [Haynes, SamW].(February), 143-44.

      2003
      • Roundtable Discussant, “Sectionalism, Nationalism, and Filibustering Before the Civil War,” (with Samuel A. Watson, David E. Narrett, Robert E. May, and Joseph A. Stout) Southern Historical Association
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Robert E. May, Manifest Destiny’s Underworld (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001), Military History of the West 33
        [Haynes, SamW].(Fall),
      • “Colonialism and Imperialism in Texas,” 4th Annual Transatlantic Graduate Research Symposium, University of Texas at Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “‘An Ally in the Centre of the American Line:’ Anglophobia and the Nullification Crisis,” British Association of Nineteenth Century Historians
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • James L. Haley, Sam Houston (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2001), Western Historical Quarterly
        [Haynes, SamW].(Summer),

      2002
      • Polk, James Knox, World Book
        [Haynes, SamW]. Chicago, Illinois: "World Book Publishing".
      • “Filibustering and the Early National Period,” Gulf Coast South Historical Association, Galveston
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Entrepreneurship vs. Adventurism: Anglo Male Stereotypes and the Texas Republic,” Teaching of History Conference, University of North Texas
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Ugly Americans in an Age of Postcolonial Anxiety: James Fenimore Cooper and Edwin Forrest in England,” British Association for American Studies, St. Anne’s College, Oxford University
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “John Tyler and the Rhetoric of the Accidental Presidency,” Conference on Presidential Rhetoric, George Bush Presidential Library, Texas A&M University
        [Haynes, SamW].

      2001
      • Sam Houston and His Antagonists, Major Problems in Texas History
        Major Problems in Texas History
        [Haynes, SamW, Haynes, SamW, Wintz, Cary]. Major Problems in Texas History. Boston: "Houghton - Mifflin".

      2000
      • But What Will England Say?’ The United States and Great Britain in the U.S. - Mexican War, Dueling Eagles: Reinterpreting the U.S. - Mexican War
        Dueling Eagles: Reinterpreting the U.S. - Mexican War
        [Haynes, SamW]. Fort Worth< Texas: "TCU Press ".
      • John S. D. Eisenhower, Winfield Scott: Agent of Destiny (New York: Free Press), 1997; Timothy Johnson, The Life and Times of Winfield Scott (Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1998), Southwestern Historical Quarterly (July, 2000),
        [Haynes, SamW].(july), 128-29.
      • “America Rules England Tonight, by Jesus!” Anti-British Attitudes and the Jacksonian Stage,” Society for the History of the Early American Republic
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Texas in the U.S.-Mexican War,” Texas State Historical Association
        [Haynes, SamW].

      1999
      • Breaking the Iron Hoop: U.S. Fears of British Encirclement and the War Against Mexico, La Destinee Manifeste des Etats - Unis au XIXe Siecle: Aspects Politiques et Ideologiques
        La Destinee Manifeste des Etats - Unis au XIXe Siecle: Aspects Politiques et Ideologiques
        [Haynes, SamW, Lagayette, Pierre ]. Paris, France: "Ellipses Publications".
      • Joseph C. Dawson III, Doniphan’s Epic March (Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1999), Military History of the West 29(Spring, 1999).
        [Haynes, SamW]. 29,
      • “New Perspectives on the U.S.-Mexican War,” Texas Commission for the Humanities, Southern Methodist University
        [Haynes, SamW].

      1998
      • The United States and Mexico at War: Expansion and Conflict (with Donald Frazier, Paul Lack, Pedro Santoni and Bruce Winders)
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “James K. Polk: Bluffs and Boundaries,” http://www/pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/dialogues/prelude/polk/introeng.html
        [Haynes, SamW]. "Dallas: KERA-TV".
      • “Manifest Destiny,” http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/dialogues/prelude/manifest/manifestdestiny.html
        [Haynes, SamW]. "Dallas: KERA-TV".
      • “Black Bean Episode,” “Cabinet, U.S.,” “Cameron, Ewen,” and other entries for The United States and Mexico at War: Nineteenth Century Expansionism and Conflict
        [Haynes, SamW]. New York, New York: "Macmillan Reference".
      • Richard Bruce Winders, Mr. Polk’s Army: The American Military Experience in the Mexican War (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1997), Journal of Southern History (Fall, 1998)
        [Haynes, SamW].(Fall),
      • Advisor and Research consultant, "The U.S.-Mexican War," KERA-TV, Dallas
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Gene Smith and Frank Owlsey. Filibusters and Expansionists: Jeffersonian Manifest Destiny, 1800-1828, (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama, 1997), Georgia Historical Quarterly 82(Summer, 1998)
        [Haynes, SamW].(Summer), 420-21.
      • Associate Editor, The United States and Mexico at War: Expansion and Conflict
        [Haynes, SamW, Frazier, Donald, Lack, Paul, Santoni, Pedro, Winders, Bruce]. New York: "Macmillan ".

      1997
      • Anglophobia and the Annexation of Texas: The Quest for National Security, Manifest Destiny and Empire
        Manifest Destiny and Empire
        [Haynes, SamW]. College Station: "Texas A & M University Press ".
      • Ty Cashion, A Texas Frontier: The Clear Fork Country and Fort Griffin, 1849-1887 (Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1996), Terra Incognitae 29(1997)
        [Haynes, SamW]. 29, 1997, 95-96.
      • “‘Breaking the Iron Hoop:’ U.S. Fears of Great Britain in the U.S.- Mexican War,” 1846-1848: La Guerra Entre los Estados Unidos y Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • “Manifest Destiny and Empire,” UT Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Manifest Destiny and Empire (with Christopher Morris)
        [Haynes, SamW, Morris, Christopher]. College Station: "Texas A & M University Press".

      1996
      • "'But What Will England Say?' The United States, Great Britain, and the War with Mexico," U.S.-Mexican War Symposium, Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, University of Texas at Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].
      • Kenneth Hafertepe, Abner Cook, Master Builder on the Texas Frontier (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1992), Journal of the West 35(April, 1996)
        [Haynes, SamW]. 35(April 1996), 120-21.
      • "Anglophobia and the Annexation of Texas: The Quest for National Security," Webb Memorial Lectures, University of Texas at Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].

      1995
      • A Concise History of America and Its People
        [Haynes, SamW, Martin, JamesK, Mintz, Steven, Roberts, Randy, McMurry, Linda, Jones, James]. New York, NY: "HarperCollins Publishers ".
      • "'The Man in the White Hat,' Charles Elliot and the Annexation of Texas," Texas Statehood Symposium, Center for Southwestern Studies, University of Texas at Arlington
        [Haynes, SamW].

      1994
      • Jim Corder, Hunting Lieutenant Chadbourne (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993), Locus, Regional and Local History of the Americas 6(Spring, 1994)
        [Haynes, SamW]. 6(Spring 1994), 168-69.
      • "Sam Houston and His Antagonists," Texas State Historical Association
        [Haynes, SamW].

      1993
      • Research consultant, “The Real West,” The Mexican-American War, A&E Network
        [Haynes, SamW]. "A&E Network".

      1990
      • Soldiers of Misfortune: The Somervell and Mier Expeditions
        [Haynes, SamW]. Austin, TX : "University of Texas Press".

      1985
      • Research consultant, James Michener's Texas, ABC miniseries
        [Haynes, SamW]. "American Broadcasting Corporation".

Presentations

    • November  2017
      Haynes, SamW, "Monuments and the Memory of the Texas Revolution". (November 1, 2017).
    • August  2017
      Haynes, SamW, "Inter - Ethnic Violence in Early Nineteenth Century Texas", Region 10, Richardson, TX. (August 1, 2017).
    • June  2017
      Haynes, SamW, "Teaching Native Americans in Texas: The Border Land Project", Bullock Library. (June 1, 2017).
    • April  2017
      Haynes, SamW, "Mapping Violence in 19th Century Texas", College Station. (April 1, 2017).
    • February  2017
      Haynes, SamW, "Digital Humanities in the Texas History Classroom", UT, Arlington, TX. (February 1, 2017).
    • January  2017
      Haynes, SamW, "The Border Land Digital Humanities Project", UT Arlington, Arlington, TX. (January 1, 2017).
    • September  2016
      Haynes, SamW, "Myth, Memory, and Monument: The Texas Revolution", Dallas, TX. (September 1, 2016).
    • April  2016
      Haynes, SamW, "Clara Driscoll, Adina de Zavala, and Alamo Memory", Trinity University. (April 1, 2016).
    • April  2016
      Haynes, SamW, "Myths, Monuments, and the Re - Gendering of Texas History". (April 1, 2016).
    • March  2016
      Haynes, SamW, "Why They Fought: Nationalism, Honor and Military Service in the US - Mexico War", UT El Paso, El Paso, TX. (March 1, 2016).
    • July  2013
      Haynes, SamW, "The U.S. - Mexico War", AISD. (July 1, 2013).
    • February  2013
      Haynes, SamW, "The Travis Letter and its Significance in Texas History", Honors College /Friends of the Library, San Antonio, TX. (February 1, 2013).
    • September  2012
      Haynes, SamW, "New Perspectives on the Texas Revolution", Sons of the Republic of Texas, Dallas Chapter, Dallas, TX. (September 1, 2012).
    • June  2012
      Haynes, SamW, "Guest Lecture, Using Primary Sources from the U.S. - Mexico War", University of Texas, Arlington, Arlington, TX. (June 1, 2012).
    • June  2012
      Haynes, SamW, "Using Primary Sources from the U.S. - Mexico War", Mexican American Studies 2300 , University of Texas Arlington . (June 1, 2012).
    • September  2011
      Haynes, SamW, "Anglo - Texans and the Meaning of Honor During the Texas Republi", Monument Hill State Park, La Grange, TX. (September 1, 2011).
    • March  2011
      Haynes, SamW, "The Texas Revolution and the Spirit of ’76", Thomas Jefferson Rusk Chapter, Dallas, TX. (March 1, 2011).
    • February  2011
      Haynes, SamW, "James L. Polk, Agent of Manifest Destiny", Minneapolis, MN. (February 1, 2011).
    • August  2010
      Haynes, SamW, "The Consequences of Industrialization", Plano Independent School District, Plano, TX. (August 1, 2010).
    • June  2010
      Haynes, SamW, "Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles", Dallas Independent School District , Dallas, TX . (June 1, 2010).
    • May  2010
      Haynes, SamW, "Those Who Remember the Past are Condemned to Misinterpret It,", Arlington, TX. (May 1, 2010).
    • April  2010
      Haynes, SamW, "The Revolution will be Photographed: Images of Conflict, 1910 - 20", Fort Worth, TX. (April 1, 2010).
    • November  2009
      Haynes, SamW, "The Manifest Destiny of James K. Polk", Fort Worth Independent School District , Fort Worth, TX. (November 1, 2009).
    • April  2009
      Haynes, SamW, "In His Example There is Safety: The American Revolution and the Texas Revolution", Houston, TX. (April 1, 2009).
    • October  2008
      Haynes, SamW, "Republican Ideology in Early America,” INSIGHT program", Fort Worth Independent School District, Fort Worth, TX. (October 1, 2008).
    • June  2008
      Haynes, SamW, "The Political Culture of Jacksonian America", Nashville TN. (June 1, 2008).
    • January  2008
      Haynes, SamW, "Evaluating the Presidents: Valuable Tool or Useless Exercise", Lamar University, Beaumont, TX . (January 1, 2008).
    •  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "Popular Culture and The New Western History", Dickson, Tennessee. ( , 2007).
    • July  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "Finding Contemporary Relevance in American History", Texas Christian University , Fort Worth, TX. (July , 2007).
    • June  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "Hollywood and the American West", University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX. (June 1, 2007).
    • June  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "The Tennessee Frontier from Jackson to Polk", The Hermitage, TN, Tennessee. (June 1, 2007).
    • April  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "A Lesson They Will Long Remember. English Actors, American Crowds, and the Politics of Commercial Entertainment in the Jacksonian Age", Stephenville, TX. (April 1, 2007).
    • January  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "Manifest Destiny and the Meaning of Freedom", Capitol Region Educational Council, Hartford, CT. (January , 2007).
    • January  2007
      Haynes, SamW, "The Mier Expedition and the Annexation of Texas", Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX. (January 1, 2007).
    • November  2006
      Haynes, SamW, "Making Sense of the Sixties", Richardson, TX. (November 1, 2006).
    • October  2006
      Haynes, SamW, "American Individualism in the Twentieth Century", Houston, TX. (October 1, 2006).
    • July  2006
      Haynes, SamW, "Gender and the Jacksonians", The Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee. (July , 2006).
    • June  2006
      Haynes, SamW, "The Great Depression", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (June , 2006).
    • June  2006
      Haynes, SamW, "Woodrow Wilson and the Versailles Treaty", AISD. (June , 2006).
    • June  2006
      Haynes, SamW, "Polk’s America ", Polk House, Colombia, TN. (June 1, 2006).
    • June  2005
      Haynes, SamW, "Abolitionism and Causes of the Civil War", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (June , 2005).
    • June  2005
      Haynes, SamW, "Jacksonian Democracy", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (June , 2005).
    • June  2005
      Haynes, SamW, "Presidential Power and the Mexican War", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (June , 2005).
    • June  2005
      Haynes, SamW, "The Constitution in American History", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (June , 2005).
    • June  2005
      Haynes, SamW, "The Early Republic and the Transmontane West", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (June , 2005).
    • October  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Founding Fathers and the Evolving Constitution", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (October , 2004).
    • October  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Hollywood and the American West", Phi Alpha Theta. (October , 2004).
    • October  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Slavery and the Founding Fathers", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (October , 2004).
    • October  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Conference Paper Techniques", Transatlantic History Student Organization, University of Texas Arlington. (October 1, 2004).
    • September  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Making Sense of the Market Revolution", The College Board, Houston, Texas. (September , 2004).
    • September  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Giving an Academic Paper", Transatlantic History Student Organization, Arlington, TX. (September 1, 2004).
    • August  2004
      Haynes, SamW, "Jacksonian Democracy and the Market Revolution", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (August , 2004).
    • October  2003
      Haynes, SamW, "Conference Paper Techniques", University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX. (October 1, 2003).
    • September  2003
      Haynes, SamW, "Anglophobia in Jacksonian America", The College Board, Dallas, Texas. (September , 2003).
    • July  2003
      Haynes, SamW, "Manifest Destiny and the Sectional Crisis", Educational Testing Service/Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. (July , 2003).
    • October  2002
      Haynes, SamW, "From Rudeness to Refinement: Urban Manners in Jacksonian America", Educational Testing Service/University of Texas at San Antonio Downtown Campus, San Antonio, Texas. (October , 2002).
    • July  2002
      Haynes, SamW, "Consolidation v. Expansion in the Age of Manifest Destiny", College Board, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. (July , 2002).
    • June  2002
      Haynes, SamW, "Jacksonian Culture", The College Board/Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. (June , 2002).
    • October  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "Teaching Methods in U.S. History", College Board, Norman, OK. (October , 2001).
    • August  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "The Texas Revolution in Myth and Legend", AISD, Arlington, Texas. (August , 2001).
    • July  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "From Populism to Progressivism", Educational Testing Service/Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. (July , 2001).
    • July  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "History and Memory", The College Board/University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. (July , 2001).
    • July  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "Teaching Methodologies in AP U.S. History", Educational Testing Service/Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. (July , 2001).
    • June  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "Teaching the New Deal", Educational Testing Service/University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, Texas. (June , 2001).
    • May  2001
      Haynes, SamW, "Frontier Adventurism in the Texas Republic", Fort Worth chapter, Fort Worth, TX. (May 1, 2001).
    • May  2000
      Haynes, SamW, "The United States, Great Britain, and the Culture of Colonial Vassalage", Library Company , Philadelphia. (May 1, 2000).
    • March  2000
      Haynes, SamW, "Deconstructing Texas Myths", Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. (March 1, 2000).
    • November  1999
      Haynes, SamW, "Theatrical Disturbances and British Actors in the American Republic ", Dallas, TX. (November 1, 1999).
    • November  1999
      Haynes, SamW, "Theatrical Disturbances and British Actors in the American Republic", Dallas, TX. (November 1, 1999).
    • June  1999
      Haynes, SamW, "The Somervell and Mier Expeditions", Sons of the Republic of Texas, Mesquite, Texas. (June , 1999).
    • June  1999
      Haynes, SamW, "The Somervell and Mier Expeditions". (June 1, 1999).
    •  1998
      Haynes, SamW, "Anglocentrism and the Teaching of Texas History", The Kinkaid School, Houston, Texas. ( , 1998).
    • October  1998
      Haynes, SamW, "James K. Polk and the Diplomacy of Brinksmanship", Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX. (October 1, 1998).
    • October  1998
      Haynes, SamW, "The Mier Expedition and the Consequences of Frontier Adventurism in the Texas Republic ", Fort Bend County Museum. (October 1, 1998).
    • November  1997
      Haynes, SamW, "Anglophobia and the American Postcolonial Identity", Dallas, TX. (November 1, 1997).
    • November  1997
      Haynes, SamW, "Deconstructing Texas Myths", Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. (November 1, 1997).
    • February  1997
      Haynes, SamW, "Great Britain and the Annexation of Texas", College Station , College Station . (February 1, 1997).
    • February  1997
      Haynes, SamW, "James K. Polk, Expansionist President", Kingsville A&M University. (February 1, 1997).
    • February  1997
      Haynes, SamW, "Manifest Destiny and the Expansionist Impulse", Delmar College, Corpus Christi. (February 1, 1997).
    • December  1996
      Haynes, SamW, "James K. Polk and the Limits of Executive Leadership", University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington,. (December 6, 1996).
    • August  1996
      Haynes, SamW, "The Texas Republic and American Expansionism", North Richland Hills, Texas. (August , 1996).
    • June  1994
      Haynes, SamW, "Research Techniques for High School History Students", Oak Ridge School, Arlington, Texas. (June , 1994).
    • March  1994
      Haynes, SamW, "The Texas Revolution", South Arlington Rotary Club, Arlington, Texas. (March , 1994).
    • March  1994
      Haynes, SamW, "Sam Houston, Hero or Fraud", University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX. (March 1, 1994).
    • January  1994
      Haynes, SamW, "The Texas Revolution", South Arlington Rotary Club, Arlington, TX. (January 1, 1994).
    •  1992
      Haynes, SamW, "Historiography of the American West", College Board, Houston, Texas. ( , 1992).
    •  1990
      Haynes, SamW, "Sam Houston and the Annexation of Texas", Phi Alpha Theta Historical Society, University of Houston, Houston, Texas. ( , 1990).
    • January  1990
      Haynes, SamW, "Sam Houston and the Annexation of Texas", University of Houston, Houston, TX. (January 1, 1990).
    • January  1986
      Haynes, SamW, "Celebrating the Sesquicentennia", B'nai B'rith, Houston, TX. (January 1, 1986).

Students Supervised

    • Present
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Dan Degges,
    • Present
      Master's Thesis Committee Member
      Wesley Allen Wettengel,
    • 2016
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Steven Butler,
    • June 2016
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Karen Beasley,
    • Apr 2015
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Robert Caldwell,
    • 2013
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Pawel Goral,
    • 2011
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Greg Kosc,
    • June 2010
      Dissertation Committee Chair
      Julie Holcomb,
    • 2005
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Jimmy Bryan,

Courses

      • HIST 6390-008 DIRECTED STUDIES: PhD STUDENTS
        (Course Id: 110964)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020
      • HIST 3345-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020
      • HIST 4390-008 HISTORY INTERNSHIP
        (Course Id: 113430)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020
      • HIST 4390-008 HISTORY INTERNSHIP
        (Course Id: 113430)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019
      • HIST 5390-008 DIRECTED STUDIES FOR MASTERS
        (Course Id: 105237)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019
      • HIST 5363-001 COLLOQUIUM NATIONAL HISTORIES
        (Topic: Texas & SW Borderlands | Course Id: 112336)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019
      • HIST 4391-008 UNDERGRADUATE CONF COURSE
        (Course Id: 105190)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019
      • HIST 6391-008 INDEPENDENT STUDY
        (Course Id: 105255)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • HIST 6391-008 INDEPENDENT STUDY
        (Course Id: 105255)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2018
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2018
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2018
      • HIST 3370-001 AMERICAN WEST
        (Course Id: 105079)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • HIST 5340-001 ISSUES/INTERPRETATIONS US HIST
        (Course Id: 105228)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Summer - Five Week - Second - 2017
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017
      • HIST 3359-001 PRES PERSNLTY
        (Course Id: 105068)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016
      • HIST 3344-001 HISTORY & FILM
        (Course Id: 105053)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • HIST 5698-008 THESIS
        (Course Id: 105245)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • HIST 6304-001 IDENTITIES & ENCOUNTERS
        (Topic: Transatlantic Encounters | Course Id: 111180)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • HIST 5691-008 INDEPENDENT STUDY
        (Course Id: 105244)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • HIST 5340-001 ISSUES/INTERPRETATIONS US HIST
        (Course Id: 105228)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • HIST 5698-008 THESIS
        (Course Id: 105245)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • HIST 3344-001 HISTORY & FILM
        (Course Id: 105053)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • HIST 5698-008 THESIS
        (Course Id: 105245)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • HIST 4394-008 HON THESIS/PROJ
        (Course Id: 105191)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • HIST 3359-001 PRES PERSNLTY
        (Course Id: 105068)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • HIST 3363-002 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • HIST 5698-008 THESIS
        (Course Id: 105245)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • HIST 3344-001 HISTORY & FILM
        (Course Id: 105053)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • HIST 5391-008 INDEPENDENT STUDY
        (Course Id: 105238)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • HIST 3370-001 AMERICAN WEST
        (Course Id: 105079)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2012
      • HIST 5321-001 SEMINAR 19TH CENTURY US HIST
        (Course Id: 105211)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • HIST 3323-001 THE NEW NATION
        (Course Id: 105032)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • HIST 5301-001 19TH CENTURY US HISTORY
        (Course Id: 105195)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 6399-008 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105257)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 5340-001 ISSUES/INTERPRETATIONS US HIST
        (Course Id: 105228)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 5390-008 DIRECTED STUDIES FOR MASTERS
        (Course Id: 105237)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6399-008 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105257)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 3344-001 HISTORY & FILM
        (Course Id: 105053)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6999-008 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105261)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2010
      • HIST 6190-008 DIRECTED STUDIES: PhD STUDENTS
        (Course Id: 110963)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6699-008 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 5340-001 ISSUES/INTERPRETATIONS US HIST
        (Course Id: 105228)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6399-008 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105257)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • HIST 6699-008 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • HIST 3359-001 PRES PERSNLTY
        (Course Id: 105068)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • HIST 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • MAS 3363-001 TEXAS TO 1850
        (Course Id: 105072)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009

Service to the University

    • 2016 to  2019 Committee Member
      Research Enhancement Committee
    • Sept 2015 to  May 2017 Committee Member
      Tenure & Promotion Committee
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Curriculum
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Education
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Garrett Endowed Chair
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Jenkins Garrett Southwestern History award
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Ph.D. Review
    • 2015 to  2015 Faculty Advisor
      Phi Alpha Theta
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Research Enhancement
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Tenure and Promotions
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Virginia Garrett Cartography Award
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Webb Lectures
    • 2015 to  2015 Committee Member
      Women’s History Search
    • 2013 to  2013 Committee Member
      Center for Mexican American Studies Search Committee
    • Sept 2012 to  May 2013 Committee Member
      Center for Mexican American Studies Review Committee
    • 2010 to  2011 Committee Member
      Dean of Library Search Committee
    • 2008 to  2009 Committee Member
      College of Liberal Arts representative, Phase II/III, Vertical Teams Social Studies conference, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
    • 2008 to  2009 Committee Member
      Library Committee
    • 1994 to  1995 Committee Member
      Jenkins and Virginia Garrett Chair in the History of Cartography Search Committee

Service to the Profession

    • 2010 to  Present
      Member (Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, United States)
      Mexican Bicentennial Committee,
    • 2012 to  2013
      Member
      Program Committee/Texas State Historical Association
    • 2011 to  2013
      Member
      Handbook of Texas Committee/Texas States Historical Association
    • Oct 2010 to  Oct 2012
      Chairperson (Arlington, Texas, United States)
      Texas Map Society Program Committee
    • 2009 to  2010
      Member
      Program Committee/Texas Map Society
    • 2008 to  2009
      Member
      Local Arrangements Committee, Texas State Historical Association
    • 2007 to  2008
      Member
      Program Committee/Texas State Historical Association
    • Past to  Dec 2007
      Book review for a journal
      Great Plains Quarterly
      Gary Clayton Anderson, The Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing in the Promised Land, 1820-1875 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2005), Great Plains Quarterly, forthcoming.
    • May 2007 to  2007
      Panelist (Washington, D.C, United States)
      Cultural Landmarks Committee/ National Endowment for the Humanities
    • 2007 to  2007
      Member
      Tenure Review Committee - Raul Ramos/University of Houston
    • 2004 to  2005
      Member
      H. Bailey Carroll Award Committee/Texas State Historical Association
    • Past to  June 2004
      Program Coordinator (Albuquerque, New Mexico,
      Week-long Advanced Placement U.S. History Teacher Workshop/The College Board
    • Past to  2003
      Program Coordinator (Albuquerque, New Mexico,
      Week-long Advanced Placement U.S. History Teacher Workshop,/College Board
    • 2001 to  2002
      Member
      H. Bailey Carroll Award Committee/Texas State Historical Association
    • 2000 to  2000
      Member
      Carr P. Collins Award Committee/Texas Institute of Letters
    • 1998 to  1999
      Member
      Program Committee,/Texas State Historical Association