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Kristina Boylan


Class
  • Faculty
Position
  • Associate Professor
Office
  • 2263 Donovan Hall
Location
  • Utica
Phone Number
  • (315) 792-7325
Fax Number
  • (315) 792-7503
Groups
Email
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Research:

  • Revolutionary Mexico, Latin America, Gender, spirituality, and civic engagement, World history, Interdisciplinary studies

  • Publications:

  • �Revolutionary and Not-So-Revolutionary Negotiations in Catholic Annulment, Bigamy, and Divorce Trials: The Archdiocese of Mexico, 1929-40,� chapter in Faith and Impiety in Revolutionary Mexico, ed. Matthew Budler (London: Palgrave, forthcoming 2007).
  • �Gendering the Faith and Altering the Nation: The Uni�n Femenina Cat�lica Mexicana and Women�s Revolutionary and Religious Experiences (1917-1940),� chapter in Sex in Revolution: Gender, Politics, and Power in Modern Mexico, eds. Gabriela Cano, Jocelyn Olcott, and Mary Kay Vaughan (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2006).
  • �Acci�n Cat�lica Mexicana,� �Confederaci�n Nacional Cat�lica del Trabajo,� �Partido Cat�lica Nacional,� and �Secretariado Social Mexicano,� entries for the Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Politics, eds. Roy Domenico and Mark Hanley, (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006).
  • �The Feminine �Apostolate in Society� versus the Mexican State: The Uni�n Femenina Cat�lica Mexicana, 1929-1940,� chapter contributed to Right Wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists around the Globe, eds. Margaret Power and Paola Bacchetta (NY: Routledge, 2002).

  • Projects:

  • Tepoztlan Institute for the Study of Transnational History in the Americas (Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico), Coordinating Collective Member
  • Member: MVCC Social Sciences Advisory Board
  • Member: Colloquium for the Study of the History of Women and Gender in Mexico
  • Book project: They Were Always Doing Something: Mexican Catholic Women�s Activism, 1929-1940 (ms in development).

  • Presentations:

  • Mexican history and culture (Audience: elementary school through adult)
  • Latin American history and culture (Audience: elementary school through adult)
  • Historical research and historiographical issues (Audience: high school through adult)
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