Department of History
Welcome to the History Department's homepage
We offer degrees at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels, and our students enjoy many opportunities for research and travel. Our faculty members are committed teachers and scholars, with substantial records of publication and national and international reputations. The faculty's particular areas of strength are the U.S.-Mexico border region and Latin America. We invite you to explore this page, and to contact us with any questions you might have.
Bienvenidos al Departamento de Historia. Nosotros ofrecemos grados de licenciatura, maestría y doctorado, y nuestros estudiantes disfrutan de muchas oportunidades de investigación y de viajes académicos. Nuestros profesores son reconocidos en la enseñanza y en investigación, quienes tienen un extenso número de publicaciones y poseen prestigio nacional e internacional. Las especialidades con más fortalezas de los profesores son la región fronteriza de los Estados Unidos de América y México, y Latinoamérica. Te invitamos a explorar esta página y a contactarnos con cualquiera de las preguntas que tú pudieras tener.
Información sobre el programa doctoral en el español.
The UTEP Land Acknowledgement Statement
As members of the University of Texas at El Paso community, we acknowledge that we are meeting on unceded Indigenous land. We would like to recognize and pay our respects to the Indigenous people with long ties to the immediate region: the Lipan, Mescalero, and Chiricahua Apache; Piro; Manso; Suma; Jumano; Ysleta del Sur Pueblo; Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan de Guadalupe; and Tortugas Pueblo. We also acknowledge the nations whose territories include present day Texas: the Carrizo & Comecrudo, Miakan-Garza Band, Caddo, Tonkawa, Comanche, Alabama-Coushatta, Kickapoo, and the peoples of Chihuahua and northern Mexico from whom many of our students descend, such as the Rarámuri, Tepehuan, Wixarrika and Nahuatlaca peoples. Finally, we recognize all of the Indigenous Peoples and communities who have been or have become a part of these lands and territories here in the Paso del Norte region. The University of Texas at El Paso honors your history and cultures and we seek greater awareness of the many ways in which your legacy can guide us in fruitful partnerships and mutually fulfilling relationships.
History Tutoring Center has a New Location
History Tutoring Center has a new location. Students can visit the History Department’s designated tutor to get help with their history course content, research, and writing assignments either in person in LART 334 or online. For more information, including the HTC’s hours for the fall of 2022 or to make an appointment for an online session, just go to HTC appointment