University of Houston - Clear Lake
School of Human Sciences and Humanities

— Faculty Profile

Daniel S. Haworth
Assistant Professor of History

Email: haworth@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 1508
Phone: 281-283-
3322

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 140
2700 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston, TX 77058

Dr. Haworth has had a life-long interest in Latin America. En route to completing a double major in History and Spanish at the University of North Carolina, he became increasingly fascinated with Mexico, where he studied as a Fulbright-García Robles grantee in 1998-1999. He entered the professoriate in 2002, joining the faculty at UHCL in the fall of 2008.

Dr. Haworth’s research focuses on everyday life in nineteenth-century Mexico. He has published in both Mexico and the United States.  His current research concerns the intersection of family life and public authority in the lives of adolescents. In his teaching, by contrast, Dr. Haworth is a generalist, offering undergraduate and graduate courses on an array of Latin American topics. He is also active in promoting international studies at UHCL. He aims to advance awareness of the Latin American past and present.

Education
  • Ph.D. History, University of Texas at Austin
  • M.A. History, University of Texas at Austin
  • B.A.  History (with honors), University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

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Research Interests
  • Society and culture in nineteenth-century Mexico

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Teaching
  • Mexico
  • Modern Latin America
  • Colonial Latin America
  • Latin American Society and Culture

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Selected Publications
  • “Minors, Marriage, and the State:  Habilitación de Edad in Nineteenth-Century Mexico.” In Gender and Race, Empire and Nation: A Documentary History on the Making of Latin America, edited by Erin O’Connor and Leo Garofalo.  Upper Saddle River, N.J.:  Prentice Hall, forthcoming (2009).
  • “Civilians and Civil War in Nineteenth-Century Mexico: Mexico City and the War of the Reform, 1858-1861.” In Daily Lives of Civilians in Latin America from the Wars of Independence to the Drug Wars, edited by Pedro Santoni. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 2008.
  • “Insurgencia y contrainsurgencia en la Revolución de Ayutla, 1854-1855."  In Fuerzas Militares en Iberoamérica, Siglos XVIII y XIX, coordinated by Juan Ortiz Escamiila.  Mexico City: Colegio de México-Centro de Estudios Históricos/Colegio de Michoacán/Universidad Veracruzana, 2005.
  • "Desde los baluartes conservadores: la Ciudad de México y la Guerra de Reforma, 1857-1860." Relaciones 84, vol. XXI (fall 2000): 95-131.

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Affiliations
  • American Historical Association

  • Council on Latin American History

  • Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies

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Links

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