Author Archives: Brandon Morgan

About Brandon Morgan

I teach Latin American and Borderlands (New Mexico) History, and I'm interested in digital teaching and research

Tomochic Uprising, 1892

Originally posted at The Mexican Revolution: Myth (Memory), Gender, and Culture I wrote this little blurb on the Tomochic uprising for my Modern Latin American History class, and I thought I’d also post it here. My thoughts are based on Paul … Continue reading

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Mega Marcha, 22 July 2012: Pancho Villa, Santana Pérez, and the Anti-PRI Movement

I’m very excited to be joining Americas South and North, and, I have to admit, it has been a bit difficult to choose what I’d like to say first. Currently, I’m in Mexico City on a research trip where I’ve … Continue reading

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