John Frederick Schwaller

EDUCATION: B.A., History – Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, 1969
M.A., Spanish – University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1971
Ph.D., History – Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 1978

CAREER:

ADMINISTRATION

2001 – Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean, University of Minnesota, Morris.
2002 – Fellow, Academy of American Franciscan History, Berkeley, CA
1995 – 2001 Associate Provost, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of Montana, Missoula, MT.
1993 – 2002 Director, Academy of American Franciscan History, Franciscan School of Theology, Berkeley, CA.
1990-93 Associate Dean of The Schmidt College of Arts and Humanities, Florida Atlantic University.
1989-90 Assistant Dean of the College of Humanities, Florida Atlantic University.
1979-93 Coordinator, Curriculum in Latin American Studies, Florida Atlantic University.
Summer, 1990, Summer 1992, Summer 1993. Acting Chairman, Department of Languages and Linguistics, Florida Atlantic University.
Fall 1984 and Fall 1988. Acting Chairman, Department of History, Florida Atlantic University.

TEACHING

2001 – Professor of History and Spanish, University of Minnesota, Morris
1995-2001 Professor of History, University of Montana, Missoula, MT,
1993-95 Visiting Scholar, Franciscan School of Theology, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA.
1986-93 Professor of History and Languages and Linguistics, Florida Atlantic University.
1990-93 Adjunct Professor of Church History, Regional Seminar of St. Vincent de Paul, Boynton Beach, FL.

1985-86Visiting Adjunct, Seminario de Historia Demográfica, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.
1982-86 Associate Professor of History and Languages and Linguistics, Florida Atlantic University.
1979-82 Assistant Professor of History and Languages and Linguistics, Florida Atlantic University.
1978-79 Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas.
Spring 1974, Fall 1977. Instructor of Nahuatl, Latin American Studies Department, Indiana University.
1973-74 Teaching Assistant in History, Department of History, Indiana University,.
1969-71 Associate Instructor of Spanish, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Kansas.

PUBLICATIONS: Books

(Pending)Original Documents of the Catholic Church in Colonial Latin America (submitted to Scholarly Resources) (editor)

(2003) Sahagún at 500: Essays on the Quincentenary of the Birth of Fr. Bernardino de Sahagún, OFM, Berkeley: Academy of American Franciscan History (editor and contributor).

2001 Nahuatl Manuscripts in Repositories in the United States Berkeley: Academy of American Franciscan History.

2000 The Church in Colonial Hispanic America: A Reader, Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources (editor).

1999 A Guide to Confession Large and Small in the Mexican Language (1634), Barry Sell and John F. Schwaller, editors. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

1987 The Church and Clergy in Sixteenth-Century Mexico, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

1985 Origins of Church Wealth in Mexico: Ecclesiastical Finances and Church Revenues, 1523-1600, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

1981 Partidos y párrocos bajo la real corona en la Nueva España, siglo XVI, Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia.

PUBLICATIONS: Translations and Re-editions:

1990 Los Orígenes de la Riqueza de la Iglesia en México en el siglo XVI, Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica; José Andrés Pérez Carballo, translator.

1987 Guías de Manuscritos en Náhuatl, Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

PUBLICATIONS: Articles and Pamphlets

(Pending) “The Structure and Power of the Church,” in UNESCO General History of Latin America, vol III, chapter 19 (Forthcoming)

(Pending) AJuan de Zumárraga@ and AInquisition: New World@ in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance (New York: Charles Scribner=s Sons), Paul F. Grendler, editor. (Forthcoming)

(Pending) ADon Luis de Velasco,@ in Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Art and Archeology (Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art), Joanne Pillsbury, editor. (Forthcoming)

(2003) “Tracing the Sahagún Legacy: Manuscripts and their Travels,” in Sahagún at 500: Essays on the Quincentenary of the Birth of Fr. Bernardino de Sahagún, OFM, John F. Schwaller, editor. Berkeley: Academy of American Franciscan History.

2002 “Inculturating the Gospel in the New World: The Colloquios of Fray Bernardino de Sahagún,” The Living Light, vol. 39, Num. 1, pp. 43-48.

2002“Nahuatl Contributions to English and Spanish,” FLARR Pages (The Journal of the Foreign Language Association of the Red River), numbers 23 & 24.

2002 “La política virreinal de don Luis de Velasco,” in Memorias del IV Simposio Panamericana de Historia (Mexico: Pan American Institute of Geography and History), 17-34.

2001 APriests: Catholic Priests,@ and AArchives and Libraries,@ in Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures (New York: Oxford University Press), David Carrasco, editor, vol. 1, 37-41, vol. 3, 27-28.

2000 ADirectorio para confesores: >Lords who hold temporal government over vassals= (Mexico, 1585)@ in R. Boyer and G. Spurling, eds., Colonial Lives: Documents on Latin American History, 1550-1850 (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 32-38.

1999AEncoded Behaviors: Society, the Church, and Cultural History in Early Colonial Latin America,@ Latin American Research Review, 246-270 (Review article)

1998″Los miembros fundadores de la Congregación de San Pedro, México, 1577,” in Gisela von Woebeser, María del Pilar Martínez, and Juan Guillermo Muñoz eds., Cofradías, Capellanías y Obras Pías en la América Colonial (Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), 109-117.

1998 ADon Bartolomé de Alva,@ Memorias del III Simposio Panamericano de Historia (Mexico: Pan American Institute of Geography and History), 125-141.

1997 A Family and Kinship: Hapsburg Colonial Period,@ AMendoza, Antonio de,@ ATorquemada, Juan de,@ A Velasco, Luis de, the elder,@ and AVelasco, Luis de, the younger,@ Encyclopedia of Mexico: History, Society, and Culture (Chicago, IL: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers).

1997 “A New Dawn of the Borderlands,” Latin American Research Review , vol. 31, No. 1, 160-70. (review article)

1996 “The Clergy,” in Louisa S. Hobermann and Susan M. Socolow, ed., The Countryside in Colonial Latin American (University of New Mexico Press), 123-46.

1995″La iglesia y el crédito comercial en Nueva España en el siglo XVI,” Iglesia, estado, y economía, siglos XVI a XIX, María del Pilar Martínez, ed. (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), 81-94.

1995 “Small Collections of Nahuatl Manuscripts in the United States,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 25, 377-416.

1995 “Don Bartolomé de Alva, Nahuatl Scholar of the Seventeenth Century,” Chipping Away on Earth (Labyrinthos), Susan Schroeder and Eloise Keber-Quiñones, ed., 95-103.

1995 “Nahuatl Studies and the ‘Circle’ of Horacio Carochi,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 24, 387-398.

1995 “Capellanía,” “Catholic Church,” “Cofradía,” “Congregación,” “Diezmo,” “Dominicans,” “Don Diego Fernández de Córdoba, Marqués de Guadalcazar,” “Patronato Real,” “Don Fernando de Torres y Portugal, Conde de Villardompardo,” “Don Luis de Velasco,” and others in Encyclopedia of Latin American History (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons)

1995 “Council of the Indies,” “Ft. Caroline,” “Ft. San Mateo,” “Pedro Menéndez de Avilés,” and “Phillip II” in Alan Gallay, ed., Encyclopedia of the Colonial Wars of America (New York: Garland Publishers, Inc.)

1994 “Natives and Spaniards in Early Colonial Mexico and Peru,” Latin American Research Review , vol. 29, 249-261. (review article)

1993 “Mexico and its Hinterland,” in Richard Herr, ed., Themes in the Rural History of the Western World (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press), 249-262.

1993 “Spanish Cities of the Golden Age,” Journal of Urban History , vol. 19, 104-114. (review article)

1992 “The Clash of Cultures,” Latin American Research Review, vol. 27, 227-243. (review article)

1992 “Nahuatl Manuscript Holdings of the John Carter Brown Library,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 21, 311-324.

1992 “Nahuatl Manuscript Holdings of the Benson Latin American Collection of the University of Texas,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 21, 325-337.

1992 “Nahuatl Holdings of the Benson Latin American Collection,” Library Chronicles, vol. 22, 41-53.

1992″Vasco Núñez de Balboa” and “Missionary Movement” in Silvio A. Bedini, ed., The Christopher Columbus Encyclopedia, 2 vols. (New York: Simon and Schuster), 60-61, 471-74.

1991 “La identidad sexual: familia y mentalidades a fines del siglo XVI,” in Familias Novohispanas, siglos XVI al XIX (Mexico: El Colegio de Mexico), 59-72.

1990 “A Trans-Atlantic Hispanic Family: The Mota Clan of Burgos and Mexico City,” with Constance Mathers, Sixteenth Century Journal, vol. 21, 411-435.

1989 “Constitution of the Cofradía del Santíssimo Sacramento of Tula, Hidalgo, 1570,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 19, 217-244.

1989 “Tithe Collection in Mexico and Peru circa 1600,” Jahrbuch für Geschichte von Staat, Wirstschaft und Gesellschaft Lateinamerikas, vol. 26, 1-18.

1988 Nahuatl Holdings of the Benson Latin American Collection of the University of Texas at Austin, Pre-Publication Working Papers of the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin.

1988 “Nobility Family and Service: Menéndez and His Men,” Florida Historical Quarterly, vol. 66, 298-310.

1987 “The Political Economy of Hispanic Cities,” Journal of Urban History, vol. 13, 451-59. (review article)

1987 “A Note on Some Historico-Legal Aspects of Bilingualism in Colonial Hispanic America,” in Studies in Caribbean Spanish Dialectology, (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press), 112-14.

1987 “Nahuatl Manuscripts in the Latin American Library of Tulane University,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 18, 344-360.

1987 “Nahuatl Manuscripts in The Bancroft Library of the University of California, Berkeley,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 18, 361-383.

1987 “Nahuatl Manuscripts in the Newberry Library,” Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, vol. 18, 317-343.

1987 “The Spanish and Portuguese Conquests,” in Latin America Perspectives on a Region (New York, Holmes & Meier), 57-70.

1986 “The Ordenanza del Patronazgo in New Spain, 1574-1600,” The Americas, 253-274.

1986 “Elites in New Spain,” Latin American Research Review, vol. 21, 189-196. (review article)

1985″The Cathedral Archive of Mexico,” The Americas, vol. 42, “Inter-American Notes. Archival Article,” 229-242.

1985 “Spanish Colonial Towns: From Aztec to Anglo,” Journal of Urban History, vol. 11, 245-251. (review article)

1984 “The Implementation of the Ordenanza del Patronazgo of 1574,” in Church and Society in Latin America (New Orleans, Tulane University), 39-50.

1983 “Heirs of the Conquerors,” South Eastern Latin Americanist, Vol. 27, No. 1, 1-9.

1982 “Cuernavaca in the Sixteenth Century,” The News (Mexico City), Vistas, April 25.

1981 “The Cathedral Chapter of Mexico in the Sixteenth Century,” Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 61, 651-74.

1981″Tres familias mexicanas del siglo XVI,” Historia Mexicana, vol. 30, 171-96.

1973 “A Catalogue of Pre-1840 Nahuatl Works Held by the Lilly Library,” The Indiana University Bookman, No. 11, pp. 69-88.

OTHER CREDITS:

1998 photograph for ‘Que Vivan los Tamales,’ Food and the Making of Mexican Identity by Jeffrey M. Pilcher, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

HONORS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS:

Administrative Service Award, The University of Montana, 1999-2000.
Distinguished Lecture Series, Spring 2000, University of Montana, Alumni Association.
Listed in 26th Edition of Who’s Who in the West.
Research Grant, Reference Materials / Access Program, Division of Research Programs, National Endowment for the Humanities, “Improving Access to Latin American and Hispanic Materials in the US,” Sponsored by the American Historical Association and Conference on Latin American History, 1993-1995.
Listed in 22nd Edition of Who’s Who in the South and Southwest.
Research Grant, Reference Materials / Access Program, Division of Research Programs, National Endowment for the Humanities, “Nahuatl Manuscripts in US Repositories,” 1989-90.
Internal Research Grant, Florida Atlantic University, Summer, 1988.
Tinker Postdoctoral Fellowship, Tinker Foundation, 1984-86.
Distinguished Teacher of the Year, College of Humanities, Florida Atlantic University, 1983-84.
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar at the University of California, Berkeley, 1984.
Library Development Award for Research, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 1984.
Faculty Equipment Grant, Florida Atlantic University, 1983.
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for Southern Scholars, Tulane University Library, 1983.
Fulbright-Hays Fellowship for Faculty Research Abroad, U.S. Department of Education, 1982-83.
American Philosophical Society Research Grant, 1982.
Newberry Library Associates’ Fellowship, 1982.
Florida Atlantic University Seed Grant, 1980-81 and 1982.
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar at Harvard University, 1980.
James A. Woodburn Fellowship, Indiana University, Department of History, Fall 1977.
Fulbright-Hays Training Fellowship for Research Abroad, U.S. Office of Education, 1976-77.
Organization of American States Research Fellowship, Organization of American States, 1975-76.
Benito Juárez – Abraham Lincoln Fellowship, Mexican Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, 1974-1975.
National Defense Education Act Title IV, National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship in Nahuatl, Indiana University, 1972-73.
Latin American Studies Fellowship, Latin American Studies Department, Indiana University, Spring 1972.
Research Fellowship, Mexican Highway Association and Mexican Secretaría de Obras Públicas, Summer 1971.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Associate Editor, The Americas, 2002 —
Director and Ex-Oficio Editor, The Americas, 1993 – 2002
Member, Editorial Board, Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl, 1989–
United States Delegate to the History Commission of the Pan American Institute of Geography and History, 1994 – 2002
President, Rocky Mountain Conference of Latin American Studies, 1997-98.
Member, Albert J. Beveridge Award in American History Committee, American Historical Association, 1996-1999, Chair 1997-98.
Vice President, Rocky Mountain Conference of Latin American Studies, 1996-97.
Member, Executive Council, American Catholic Historical Association, 1994-1998.
Chairman, Colonial Studies Committee, Conference on Latin American History, 1995-97
Secretary, Colonial Studies Committee, Conference on Latin American History, 1993-94
Project Director, Guide to Latin American Manuscript Collections in the United States, American Historical Association, 1990-95.
Alternate Delegate of the United States to the History Commission of the Pan American Institute of Geography and History, 1989-1993.
Member, Reunión de expertos para el lanzamiento de un plan decenal sobre el inventario, análisis y reproducción de manuscritos en lengua Nahuatl, UNESCO, 1988.
Chairman, 1988 Program Committee, Conference on Latin American History.
Editor, Latin American Historical Statistics Newsletter, 1982 – 1984.

COURSES TAUGHT:

History:
Colonial Latin American History
Independence in Latin America
Modern Latin America
Mexican History
Aztec Culture and History
Age of European Expansion
Caribbean History
African History
Seminar in Latin American History (graduate)
Reading Colloquium in Latin American History (graduate)
History of the Church in Latin America (graduate and undergraduate)

Latin American Studies:
Introduction to Latin American Studies
Seminar in Latin American Studies
Latin American Literature in Translation

Languages:
Nahuatl
Advanced Level Spanish
Colonial Latin American Literature (undergraduate and graduate)
Latin American Civilization and Literature 1700 to present
Latin American Literature to Modernism
Seminar in Latin American Literature (graduate)

PAPERS PRESENTED:

“Las capellanias en la catedral de México en el siglo XVI,” Coloquio Internacional “La iglesia y sus bienes en Hispanoamérica,” Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, DF, September, 2002.

“Los vireyes de la Nueva España en el siglo XVI,” Biennial meeting, Asociación de Historiadores de América Latina (AHILA), Ponta Delgada, Azores, September, 2002.

“Conversion and Creation: Two Events and One Model in the Works of Fr. Bernardino de Sahagún,” Annual Meeting Conference of Latin American History and the American Historical Association, San Francisco, January, 2002.

“Basque Franciscans in Early Colonial Latin America,” Keynote address, First International Congress ‘Arantzazu y los franciscanos vascos en América,’ Oñati, December, 2001

Conversion, Engagement, and Extirpation: Three Phases of the Evangelization of New Spain, 1524-1650.@ Center for Early Modern History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May, 2001.

La política virreinal de don Luis de Velasco,@ Biennial Meeting of the Associación de Historiadores de América Latina, Oporto, Portugal, September, 1999.

Don Luis de Velasco y la Imprenta de Lima en el siglo XVII,@ III Symposium on History, Pan American Institute of Geography and History, San Jose, CR, August, 1999.

Secular Priests before the Holy Office of the Inquisition in Sixteenth-Century Mexico,@ Rocky Mountain Renaissance and Mediaeval Association, Big Sky, MT, June, 1998.

Cofradías in Late Sixteenth-Century New Spain,@ State Religion and Folk Belief in the Early Modern World, Center for Early Modern History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May, 1998.

Don Luis de Velasco, Primer virrey del Perú en el siglo XVII,@ 49th International Congress of Americanists, Quito, Ecuador, July, 1997.

Family in Late Sixteenth-Century Mexico: The tarantella of parentela and clientela,@ Third International Carleton Conference on the History of the Family, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, May, 1997.

Los miembros fundadores de la congregación de San Pedro, 1570,@ Coloquio Internacional ALas cofradías, capellanías y obras pías en la Nueva España, siglos XVI hasta XIX,@ Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, February, 1997.

Don Bartolomé de Alva: Mestizo Priest of the Seventeenth Century,@ Pan American Institute of Geography and History, September, 1996.

“The Extirpation of Idolatry in New Spain, 1521-1665,” Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies and Pacific Coast Council for Latin American Studies, Joint Meeting, Las Vegas, March, 1995.

“La iglesia y el crédito comercial en Nueva España en el siglo XVI,” Coloquio Internacional “Iglesia, estado, y economía, siglos XVI a XIX,” Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, June, 1994.

“The Future of the Native Cultures of the Americas in the 21st Century,” Colloqui Internacional Amèrica al segle XXI, Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona, May 1993.

“Don Luis de Velasco, the Younger, and ‘La Florida,'” Florida Historical Society, Annual Meeting, St. Augustine, May, 1992.

“Nahuatl Studies and the ‘Circle’ of Horacio Carochi,” 47th International Conference of Americanists, Tulane University, New Orleans, July 1991.

“Don Luis de Velasco and the corregidores,” American Historical Association – Conference on Latin American History, Annual Meeting, New York, December, 1990.

“La identidad sexual: familia y mentalidades a fines del siglo XVI,” Coloquio de Historia de la Familia en México, El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico, October 1989.

“The Mota Clan of Mexico City in the Sixteenth Century,” Sixteenth Century Conference, Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Mo., October, 1988.

“La estructura parroquial de la Nueva España en 1600,” Simposio sobre la Economía y Sociedad en la Nueva España, siglo, XVII, Mexico City, February, 1988.

“Tithe Collection in Mexico and Peru circa 1600,” Sixteenth Century Conference, Annual Meeting, Tempe, Arizona, October 1987.

“Holdings of Nahuatl Manuscripts in United States’ Repositories,” Center for Latin American Studies, University of Texas, August, 1987.

“La estructura del clero secular mexicano al fin del siglo XVI,” Departamento de Historia de América, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, November 1986.

“Los virreinatos de la Nueva España y el Perú al fin del siglo XVI: La carrera de don Luis de Velasco,” Departamento de Historia de América, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, October 1986.

“Don Luis de Velasco and the Indians,” Seventh Symposium of the Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales, Lima, Peru, June 1986.

“Perfil de un virrey hispanoamericano, don Luis de Velasco,” Departamento de Humanidades, Universidad Católica del Peru, Lima, June 1986.

“Un virrey hispanoamericano en la época de los habsburgos: don Luis de Velasco, el joven,” Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires, May 1986.

“Aspectos de derecho en la implementación de la Ordenanza del Patronazgo en la Nueva España,” Instituto Hispano~-americano de Derecho, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 1986.

“The Social Structure of New Spain as Seen Through the Third Council Directorio,” American Historical Association, Annual Convention, New York, December 1985.

“Mexico City Market Structures and Rural Land Tenure: The Formation of the Hacienda,” VII Reunion of Mexican and U.S. Historians, Oaxaca, October 1985.

“Implicaciones imperiales de la implementación de la Ordenanza del Patronazgo,” Escuela de Estudios Hispano Americanos, Seville, February 1985.

“The Role of the Church in the Formation of the Colonial Mexican Hacienda,” First General Conference of the History of the Church in Latin America, Mexico City, October 1984.

“Don Luis de Velasco, el hijo,” Escuela de Estudios Hispano Americanos, Seville, May 1983.

“Los orígenes del poderío financiero de la iglesia en México, siglo XVI,” Escuela de Estudios Hispano Americanos, Seville, January 1983.

“Heirs of the Conquerors,” South Florida Faculty Seminar in Latin American History, Ethno-history, and Law, Miami, December 1982.

“Tithe Collection in Sixteenth-Century Mexico,” Southern Historical Association Convention, Memphis, November 1982.

“The Implementation of the Ordenanza del Patronazgo, 1574,” Tulane University Conference on Church and Society in Latin America, New Orleans, April 1982.

“Alcaldes mayores y corregidores en la Nueva España en el siglo XVI,” Mesa Redonda, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Departamento de Investigaciones Históricas, Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City, March 1982.

“The Legacy of the Conquerors: Elites in Late Sixteenth-Century Mexico,” Latin American Studies Association, National Convention, Washington, D.C., March 1982.

“Los ingresos de la iglesia y la depresión económica de 1576 en México,” Universidad de Costa Rica, Centro de Investigaciones Históricas, San José, June 1981.

“The Economic Impact of the Epidemic of 1576 on the Archdiocese of Mexico,” Latin American Studies Association, National Meeting, Bloomington, Indiana, October 1980.

“Three Sixteenth-Century Mexican Families,” Florida College Teachers of History, Annual Session, Tampa, Florida, April 1980.

“Colonial Mexican society: Parish priests and corregidores in the sixteenth century,” Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies Annual Meeting, El Paso, Texas, May 1979.

“Royal policy and the social composition of the secular clergy in sixteenth century Mexico,” American Historical Association, Annual Convention, Dallas, Texas, December 1977.

“Los Hijos de los conquistadores en el clero secular mexicana del siglo XVI,” Escuela de Estudios Hispano Americanos, Seville, Spain, December 1976.

BOOKS REVIEWED:

Reviewed books for the American Historical Review, the Hispanic American Historical Review, The Americas, the Latin American Research Review, the Journal of Urban History, the Sixteenth Century Journal, the Catholic Historical Review, Ethnohistory, and the Revista Interamericana / Interamerican Review, among others.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Referee of book manuscripts for the University Presses of Duke, Utah, Arizona, Alabama, Stanford, New Mexico and Oklahoma, and as a reader for manuscripts presented to the following journals: The Americas, Hispanic American Historical Review, Estudios Mexicanos – Mexican Studies, the Catholic Historical Review, Ethnohistory, Sixteenth Century Journal, and the American Historical Review, and others.

I am the “owner” of the electronic discussion list, Nahuat-l@mrs.umn.edu, for the study of Nahuatl, the Aztec language, and Nahua culture; and own and manage the Nahuatl web site:
http://www.mrs.umn.edu/academic/history/Nahuatl/index.htm and http://www.Nahuatl.org/

ACCREDITATION EXPERIENCE;

Consultant – evaluator for the Northwestern Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Colleges
Consultant – evaluator for the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

American Association of Higher Education
Latin American Studies Association
Conference on Latin American History
American Historical Association
Rocky Mountain Council of Latin American Studies
Historians of Early Modern Europe
American Catholic Historical Association
Fulbright Association
Florida Historical Society (1981-1994)
Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (1989-1993, 2001-)
South Eastern Council of Latin American Studies (1979-1993)
Phi Alpha Theta (History honor society)
Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish honor society)
Phi Kappa Phi (National honor society)