Sonia Hernandez, PhD
Historian of the U.S.-Mexican Borderlands, Modern Mexico, Chicana/o History
Dr. Sonia Hernandez is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of History at Texas A&M University. She is also a faculty affiliate and former coordinator of the Latino/a & Mexican American Studies Program. Hernandez received her PhD in Latin American History from the University of Houston in 2006; she worked as as Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Texas-Pan American and was co-director of the Center for Mexican American Studies from 2007-2014. She joined the History Department faculty at Texas A&M in the fall of 2014.
"For a Just and Better World": Engendering Anarchism in the Mexican Borderlands, 1900-1938 ( University of Illinois Press, Forthcoming) [see, "Revisiting Mexican(a) Labor History," published article based on this book research.
Refusing to Forget, Founding Member [History of anti-Mexican Violence, 1910-1920]
Book Project, "Por un Compatriota: State Violence, Gender, and (Un) Likely Transnational Alliances in the Cortez Incident"
Higher Education Committee for Mexican American Studies NACCS Tejas Foco
Media stories on recent projects: