Francie R. Chassen-López



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March 2017

Francie R. Chassen-López


Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences

Department of History

1771Patterson Office Tower

University of Kentucky

Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0027
(859) 257-4344 (office), 257-6861 (messages) email: frclopz@email.uky.edu

(859) 489-7975 (cell) fax: (859) 323-3885



Education


Ph.D. Latin American Studies (History), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,

with Honorable Mention (1986)

M.A. Latin American Studies (History), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

with Honorable Mention

Vassar College, B.A., cum laude

Professional Background


2014-2015 University Research Professor

2012-2015 Provost’s Distinguished Service Professor

July 2008- Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences

2007- 2011 Chair, Dept. of History, University of Kentucky

2004- Professor of History, University of Kentucky

2005-2007 Hallam Professor of History, University of Kentucky

1991-2004 Associate Professor of History with Tenure, University of Kentucky

1988-91 Assistant Professor of History, University of Kentucky

1986-88 Visiting Instructor of History, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

1986-87 Visiting Instructor of History, Florida International University, Miami, FL

1981-86 Associate Professor of History with Tenure, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana,

Iztapalapa Campus, Mexico City

1976-81 Associate Professor of History, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City

1980-81, 1977-78 Part-time Professor, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Toluca, México




Prizes and Awards


May 9, 2017 Award of Doctor Honoris Causa, National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece.

Fall Semester course release 2012 –as University Research Professor

July 2012 - June 2015 Provost’s Distinguished Service Professor Research Award

July 2008-2009 Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences Research Semester and Travel Award


April 22, 2009 Hallam Article Prize, Tau Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, Dept. of History, University of Kentucky for the article “Patron of Progress: Juana Catarina Romero, Cacica of Tehuantepec” Hispanic American Historical Review 88:3 (August 2008): 393-426.


April 1, 2005 - Thomas McGann Prize for the Best Book published on Latin America with a 2004 Copyright awarded by the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies for From Liberal to Revolutionary Oaxaca: The View from the South, Mexico 1867 -1911

Jan. 7, 2000 – Tibesar Article Prize, Council on Latin American History, for “Maderismo or

Mixtec Empire? Class and Ethnicity in the Mexican Revolution (Costa Chica of Oaxaca, 1911)” The Americas 55:1 (1998)

April 13, 1999 Hallam Article Prize, Tau Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, Dept. of History, University of Kentucky for the article “Maderismo or Mixtec Empire?” (Same as above)

November 2000 Teachers Who Make a Difference Honored by College of Education, University of Kentucky

1999 Finalist for Chancellor’s Outstanding Teaching Award

June 17, 1988 Gabino Barreda Medal for Academic Excellence in Ph.D. Program,

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


Books:

From Liberal to Revolutionary Oaxaca: The View from the South, Mexico 1867-1911.

(University Park: Penn State Press, 2004), 608 p.

translation: Oaxaca entre el Liberalismo y la Revolución: La perspectiva del sur, México 1867 -1911 (Oaxaca: Universidad “Benito Juárez” de Oaxaca, Comisión Centenaria del Gobierno del estado de Oaxaca, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa Campus, Mexico City, 2010)



Diccionario histórico de la Revolución en Oaxaca


co-authored with Anselmo Arellanes, Héctor Martínez Medina, Víctor Raul Martínez Vásquez, Francisco José Ruiz Cervantes and Carlos Sánchez Silva. Oaxaca: Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca and Instituto Estatal de Educación Pública de Oaxaca, 1997, 240 p. reedición of Diccionario Histórico y Biográfico de la Revolución Mexicana Tomo V - Estado de Oaxaca (Mexico City: Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de la Revolución Mexicana, 1992), p. 311-568; third edition, Mexico City: INEHRM, 2000.

La Revolución en Oaxaca 1900-1930


co-authored with Héctor Martínez, Carlos Sánchez, Francisco José Ruiz Cervantes, Víctor Raúl Martínez Vásquez, and Anselmo Arellanes. Mexico City: Instituto de Administración Pública de Oaxaca, 1985, 414 p. Second edition: Mexico City: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1993.

Third Edition: Oaxaca: Carteles Editores, 2010.



Lombardo Toledano y el movimiento obrero mexicano, 1917-1940. Mexico City: Editorial Extemporáneos, l977, 285p.
Short Books:

La oposición a Porfirio Díaz


co-authored with Leticia Reina and Guadalupe Zárate. Oaxaca: Cuadernos de Investigación No. 13, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociológicas, Universidad Autonoma "Benito Juárez" de Oaxaca, 1991, 68 p.

Regiones y ferrocarriles en la Oaxaca Porfirista


Oaxaca: Obra Negra, Carteles Editores, 1990, 47 p.
Café y capitalismo: el proceso de transición en Colombia, 1880-1930. Toluca: Universidad del Estado de México, l982, Colección de Lecturas Críticas, #3, 72 p.
Short Anthologies:

Testimonios de la Revolución Maderista en el Estado de Oaxaca Oaxaca: Colección Agua Quemada, Casa de la Cultura, Instituto de Investigaciones en Humanidades, Universidad Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, 1987,

38 p. Compiled with Héctor G. Martínez.



Los precursores de la Revolución en Oaxaca


México City: Instituto de Administración Pública de Oaxaca, l985, 45 p.
El primer gobierno revolucionario en Oaxaca: El régimen de Heliodoro Díaz Quintas México City: Instituto de Administración Pública de Oaxaca, l985, 42 p. compiled in collaboration with Héctor G. Martínez.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters (published or in press):

“Biografiando mujeres” (Writing Women’s Biography) for the journal Secuencia, Instituto Mora, Mexico City, in process.


“’No podemos ni debemos permanecer impasibles’: Las oaxaqueñas en la Revolución de 1910” (‘We Cannot Remain Passive:’ The Women of Oaxaca in the 1910 Revolution) in Francisco José Ruiz Cervantes and Carlos Sánchez, eds. La Revolución en Oaxaca: Nuevos aportes (Oaxaca: Universidad Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, forthcoming), 29 p. in manuscript.
“The Extraordinary Career of Juana C. Romero, Cacica of Tehuantepec” for Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History, at

http://latinamericanhistory.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199366439.001.0001/acrefore-9780199366439-e-366
“Las hijas de Oaxaca: Las mujeres liberales en las guerras de Reforma y de Intervención Francesa, 1857-1867” (The Daughters of Oaxaca: Liberal Women in the War of Reform and the War of French Intervention in Mexico) in Carlos Sánchez Silva, coord. La ciudad de Oaxaca: Pasado, Presente y Futuro (Mexico: Universidad Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, 2016), 265-295.
“El istmo de Tehuantepec en la mira extranjera y nacional” (Tehuantepec in the foreign and national gaze) in Pablo Serrano, coord. Inmigrantes y diversidad cultural en México, siglos XIX y XX, Homenaje al doctor Carlos Martínez Assad (Immigrants and Cultural Diversity in Mexico, In Honor of Dr. Carlos Martínez Assad) (Pachuca: Consejo Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes de Hidalgo y el Colegio de Hidalgo, 2016), pp. 179-200.
“Porfirio Díaz y Oaxaca durante el Porfiriato” Carlos Sánchez Silva and Francisco José Ruiz Cervantes, coords. Porfirio Díaz: de soldado de la patria a estadista 1830-1915 (Oaxaca: Carteles Editores and Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, 2015), pp. 104-135.
“The Traje de Tehuana as National Icon: Gender, Ethnicity, and Fashion in Mexico” The Americas 71 No. 2 (October 2014), pp. 281-314.
“Mitos, Mentiras y Estereotipos: El reto de la biografía feminista” (Myth, Lies, and Stereotypes: The Challenge of Feminist Biography) in Mílada Bazant, coord. Biografía: Modelos, metodologías y enfoques (Zinacantepec, Estado de Mexico: El Colegio Mexiquense, 2013), 149- 178.
“Modernidad y género en el Tehuantepec porfiriano” (Modernity and Gender in Porfirian Tehuantepec) in María Leticia Briseño Maas and Francisco José Ruiz Cervantes, eds. Género y cultura (Oaxaca, Oaxaca: Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, 2012), 63-89.
“Guerra, nación y género: las oaxaqueñas en la Guerra de los Tres Años,”(War, Nation, and Gender in the Three Years War) in Celia del Palacio, Ed. México durante la guerra de reforma Tomo II: Contextos, prácticas culturales, imaginarios y representaciones. (Xalapa, Veracruz: Universidad Veracruzana, 2011), 97-137.
“La transformación del cacicazgo: Juana Cata Romero, la cacica modernizadora de Tehuantepec” (The Transformation of Political Bossism: JCR Modernizing Political boss of Tehuantepec) in Nelly Robles García, Ed. Bases de la complejidad social en Oaxaca: Memoria de la Cuarta Mesa Redonda de Monte Albán (Mexico City: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2009), 221-232.
“Benito Juárez Maza of Oaxaca: Revolutionary Governor?” in Jurgen Burchenau and William Beezley, eds. Revolutionary Governors of the Mexican Revolution (Lanham, Md.: Rowman Littlefield, 2009), 19-42.
“Distorting the Picture: Gender, Ethnicity, and Desire in a Mexican Telenovela (El Vuelo del Aguila),” Journal of Women’s History, 20: 2 (June 2008): 106-29.



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