Instructor Biography: Charles Truxillo
Dr. Charles Truxillo was born in 1953 in Albuquerque, of a Mexican and Chicano family. He attended grade school in the barrio of East San Jose in Albuquerque, and high school in Belen. Dr. Truxillo studied to be a Roman Catholic priest in California and in Rome. His doctoral degree was earned at UNM in Latin American and Asian history. For six years he taught at Highlands University, and for the past ten years he was faculty in the Chicano Studies Department at UNM. Currently he is a researcher at the university’s Center for Regional Studies. He has a loyal following of Osher members and teaches extensively through UNM Continuing Education, including courses for both Growth and Enrichment and the Story of New Mexico program. Dr. Truxillo has published three books – History of Islam – By the Sword and the Cross – Periods of World History: A Latin American Perspective ... And is currently working on a book about the Moro Wars in the Philippines.
Other classes taught
00003A Anglo American Westward Expansion
00003B Decline of Mexico
00003C Independence of Texas
00003D Mexican War (1846-1848)
00003E Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
A History of Russia and Eastern Europe
A Pragmatics of Place: The Architecture of Bart Prince
Ancient and Medieval Spain and Portugal
Castas, DNA, and Identity
Charles Truxillo Lecture
Chimayó Revolt of 1836
Geology of the Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains: Santa Fe to Las Vegas
History of Hispanic New Mexico, 1680-1848
History of the Catholic Church in New Mexico
History of the World in the Middle Ages 300 AD - 1492 AD
Japanese Imperialism
John Gaw Meem
Made in New Mexico: The Architecture of Antoine Predock
Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter (1869-1958): A Forgotten Star of Southwest Architecture
Memorable Journeys in Navajo History: Navajo Beginnings and the Navajo Long Walk