BIOGRAPHY:

Dr. Gilberto M. Hinojosa

Dr. Gilberto M. Hinojosa

Education

Dr. Gilberto M. Hinojosa is Professor of History at the University of the Incarnate Word. Prior to returning to the faculty three years ago, he served as an administrator for twelve years as Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Previously, he was at the University of Texas at San Antonio for eighteen years where he taught history and held several administrative positions.

Dr. Hinojosa has his undergraduate degree from Our Lady of the Snows, his M. A. in History from St. Mary’s University, and his Ph. D. from The University of Texas at Austin.

In his research, Dr. Hinojosa has examined the social, economic, and cultural dynamics of the formation of Mexican American communities. Among Dr. Hinojosa’s scholarly publications are three books and several articles and book reviews. Dr. Hinojosa is currently curator of the archives of Francisco Yturria, a prominent South Texan and is collaborating on an oral history project on the role of priests, nuns, and laity in the Chicano Movement.

Dr. Hinojosa is a member of several scholarly and community associations. For several years, he wrote a column on history and culture in the San Antonio Express-News.

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