Fall 2014 Office Hours (Suite 1424): Mon & Wed, 8:00 to 8:30 AM

Wed, 5:00 t0 6:50 PM




I teach Latin American and World History
courses at Fullerton College.

Prior to joining Fullerton College in 2005,  I served as the editor of the Middle East and South Asia Folklore Bulletin at The Ohio State University and managing editor of the Hispanic American Historical Review (HAHR), the flagship journal of Latin American history in the United States, at Yale University.


Education
1999: Ph.D, The Ohio State University
1994: M.A., The Ohio State University


ONLINE & CAMPUS COURSES

World Civilizations I: Hist 112
This course is a survey of the civilizations of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, China, Japan, and the Americas from the earliest times to 1550 CE. This course fulfills the Multicultural Education requirement for graduation.

Required Textbook
World Civilizations I: Panorama: A World History, Vol. 1

World Civilizations II: Hist 113
This course is a survey of the civilizations of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, China, Japan and the Americas from 1550 CE to the present. This course fulfills the Multicultural Education requirement for graduation.

Required Textbook
World Civilizations II: Heritage of World Civ, Vol. 2




WHAT IS MY HISTORY LAB?

The course management system for the online sections of the world civilizations courses is called My History Lab. Students will have access to the syllabus, test guides, notes, assignments, and all other course materials through My History Lab. 

How Can I Register on My History Lab?
A few days before the semester begins all students enrolled in online courses will receive an email from me that includes the syllabus, course ID number, and MHL registration information.

E-Text Option
For all online courses students may purchase the e-text and access codes directly from Pearson Publishers.

Used Textbooks for World Civ Courses
If you choose to buy a USED textbook, you will still need to purchase the access code that comes packaged with the e-text. The e-text option might be the cheapest option.

Resources for Students

Chicago Manual of Style

National Archives

History Channel

Best of History Websites

World History Matters

World History Timeline

Resources for Student Writers

Latin America: Primary & Seccondary Sources

LANIC: UT, Austin

Online Courses


History of the Americas 


BLACKBOARD is the course management system for these online courses. Please log into Blackboard to access all course materials and assignments.
History of the Americas I: Hist 162A

This course is a comparative study of the western hemisphere from the first Amerindian civilizations and European discoveries to the Wars of Independence and nationhood. 

Required Textbook 

Latin America and Its Peoples, Vol. 1

History of the Americas II: Hist 162B
This course is a comparative study of the western hemisphere from Wars of Independence and nationhood to the present time. The focus is on the present international relations of these nations. 

Required Textbook

Latin America and Its Peoples, Vol. 2

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