Winner of the 2016 West Texas A&M University Intellectual Contributions Award. Winner of the 2015 and 2016 Department of History Intellectual Contributions Award. In 2014 Dr. Bowman was the awarded the Department of History for Outstanding Contribution of Instructional Responsibilities.
Assistant Director of CSAW, Center for the Studies of the American West.
Dr. Bowman published Blood Oranges: Agriculture and Colonialism in the South Texas Borderlands with Texas A&M University Press (2016).
In 2015, he published an article in Western Historical Quarterly, 46 (3), 335-353, entitled Negotiating Conquest: Internal Colonialism and Shared Histories in the South Texas Borderlands. In 2015, he wrote the introduction to the revised publication of El informe de la comisiòn pesquisidora de la frontera del norte.
In 2016, he contributed the chapter entitled, Violence, Crime, and the Limitations of State Power in the U.S. - Mexico Borderlands, 1848-1875 for Andrew Torget and Gerardo Gurza. Dr. Bowman also wrote the Colonizing the Borderlands: Citruculture in Texas's Lower Rio Grande Valley, 1910-1930, in Sterling Evans (ED.) Farming Across Borders: Selections on Transnational Agricultural History in the North American West.
Dr. Bowman presented The Starr County Strike and the Birth of a Cynical Labor Leader: the Case of Antonio Orendain, at Texas State Historical Association in Las Colinas, Texas.
Winner of the 2016 of the Magister Optimus Award at West Texas A&M University, and award for teaching excellence given every year by the University. He was selected for this award by his peers.
Dr. Brasington published Order in the Court: Selected Twelfth-Century Treaties on Legal Procedure. in 2016 with Brill, in which he translates and comments upon the earliest medieval treatises on ecclesiastical legal procedure.
Dr. Brasington is a distinguished international guest lecturer, especially in the UK and in Poland. He has also guest lectured in the region on Medieval History and Latin.
Winner of the 2015 Department of History Teaching Award.
Dr. Clark contributed the article, Gdansk, Story of a City; When Diplomatic History and Personal Narrative Intersect in the Polish Review, a top tier journal in 2016.
She wrote the chapter, Teaching Harry Potter: How the Wizarding World has Transformed Higher Education in From Here to Hogwarts: Essays on Harry Potter Fandom and Fiction, Chris Bell, 2015 McFarland Press.
Dr. Clark had presented papers internationally, including, Poland's Cities: Scholarship and Polish Identity through Urban History and A Tribute to Anna M. Cienciala: When Diplomatic History and Personal Narrative Intersect. at the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America, Toronto, Canada in 2016.
Winner of the 2016 Department of History Teaching Award.
Dr. Clark received a grant to travel to Cuba in order to explore Study Abroad opportunities in the fall of 2015. He traveled as a Fulbright Scholar to Toykyo, Japan during the spring and summer of 2016.
He contributed the article "Non Traditional Education on Taisho Japan: Kindergarten, a Girl School and Parochial Education" in 2015 in The Journal of the Southwest Conference on Asian Studies. He also wrote Thoughts on Cuba from the Perspective of a Non-Specialist for the Institute for International Education Briefing Paper in 2015.
Dr. Clark wrote The Tabloid Press and the Creation of National Culture in 19th Century Japan for the Southwest Popular Culture Association in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2015.
Originally published in 2012, Dr. Ingrassia's The Rise of the Gridiron University: Higher Education's Uneasy Alliance with Big-Time Football published by University Press of Kansas, the paperback edition was released in 2016.
Dr Ingrassia submitted four articles to Jeffery A. Johnson's book, Reforming America: A Thematic Encyclopedia and Document Collection of the Progressive Era, published in 2015 by In Press. These chapters include: "Ely, Richard T.", "Grange, Harold 'Red'", "Rauschenbusch, Walter", and "Sullivan School, The". In 2015 he also submitted "Reforming the Big Game: The Bay Area Rugby Experiment of 1906-1919." to Sport Histories of the San Francisco Bay Area.
He presented' "Better than Indianapolis: Atlanta's New South Auto Racing Aspirations, 1909-1913" to the North American Society for Sport History, (NASSH) in Atlanta, Georgia in 2015. In 2016, Dr. Ingrassia presented Shattered Nerves and Broken Bodies: Violence in Intercollegiate Football and Auto Racing during America's Progressive Era to the Sports and Violence Conference in Ashland, Ohio.
Dr. Kuhlman presented locally in 2016 on Martin Luther King's, I Have a Dream presentation.
In 2015, Dr Kuhlman wrote Direct Action in Texas: Stand-In Campaign to the Journal of South Texas History.
Winner of the Outstanding Contributions to Professional Development Department of History Service Award in 2014.
Dr. Pearson wrote "An Organization of Splendid Efficiency, the Incredible Accomplishments of the 10th and 20th Engineers during World War One" for Forest History in 2015.
Winner of the 2016 Department of History Outstanding Contributions in Professional Service Award.
Dr. Stuntz wrote the article, Letters From the Dust Bowl: Caroline Henderson's Life in the Oklahoma Panhandle for the West Texas Historical Association Yearbook in 2015. She contributed Early Settlement of the Panhandle by Women to the Panhandle Plains Historical Review in 2015.
Texas Women: Their Lives and Times, is the winner of the Liz Carpenter Award for Best Book on Texas Women published in 2015. Dr Stuntz wrote the chapter entitled, “’I Wish to Make Use of All Laws in My Favor.’” It is about women in Spanish-era Texas. Dr. Stuntz wrote "Mary Jane Alexander: first Woman Rancher in the Panhandle in the book Texas Ranching Women.
She presented the paper H-Net Commons: Multi-Disciplinary Networks of Scholars and Educators from All over the World, and H-Net Commons: A General Overview and Call for New Participants to the American Historical Association in New York, New York in 2016. She also presented From San Antonio to the Panhandle: Texas Pioneer Women to Texas Talks sponsored by the Texas State Historical Association in Canyon, Texas.
Dr. Stuntz presented Women in the Civil War to the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Amarillo, Texas in 2015. She presented The Grapes of Wrath: The Movie. Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry in Canyon, Texas. To the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities, she presented Pioneer Women of the Panhandle, also in 2015.
Dr Stuntz presented How to find Women and Letters from the Dust Bowl: Carolina Henderson's Life in the Oklahoma Panhandle. West Texas Historical Association. In 2016, presented Hijinks on the High Plains in Abilene, Texas and Women in the Spanish Borderlands to Humanities Texas Institute for Texas Teachers, Fort Worth, Texas.
In 2015, Dr. Vizzini was awarded the Magister Optimus award in recognition of his teaching excellence.
Winner of the 2014 Award for Outstanding Contributions in Intellectual Contributions.
He was named the Director of the Teaching Excellence Center in 2015.
In 2015, Dr Vizzini wrote the chapter entitled "When (Comic) Art Imitates Life: American Exceptionalism and the Comic Book Industry in the Vietnam Era" for the book The Vietnam War in Popular Culture.