Dr. Carlos Kevin Blanton is currently a Professor of History. He joined the Aggie community in 2001 from teaching at Portland State University and a PhD at Rice University. His authored books are The Strange Career of Bilingual Education in Texas, 1836-1981 (TAMU, 2004) and George I. S?nchez: The Long Fight for Mexican American Integration (Yale, 2014) and he has recently edited A Promising Problem: The New Chicana/o History (Texas, 2016). Blanton's work has been honored with the Coral Horton Tullis Award for best book in Texas history (2005), the Bolton Cutter Award for best article in Borderlands history (2010) and the National Association of Chicana-Chicano Studies best book award (2016). He has also published in the Journal of Southern History, the Pacific Historical Review, the Western Historical Quarterly, the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, the Teachers College Record, and in other history and interdisciplinary journals. In the spring of 2017 Blanton will serve as a Glasscock Center for Humanities Research Faculty Fellow as he works on his next book project, Between Black and White: The Chicana/o in the American Mind. He enjoys teaching 20th Century U.S, Texas, and Chicana/o history.
- Ph.D. in History, Rice University - (Houston, Texas, United States) 1999
- M.A. in History, Texas State University - (San Marcos, Texas, United States) 1995
- B.A. in History, Texas A&M University - Kingsville - (Kingsville, Texas, United States) 1993
- Blanton, C. K. (2009). The Citizenship Sacrifice: Mexican Americans, the Saunders-Leonard Report, and the Politics of Immigration, 1951–1952. Western Historical Quarterly. 40(3), 299-320.
- Blanton, C. K. (2006). George I. Sánchez, ideology, and whiteness in the making of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, 1930-1960. Journal of Southern History. 72(3), 569-604.
- Blanton, C. K. (2004). The campus and the capitol: John B. Connally and the struggle over Texas Higher Education Policy, 1950-1970. Southwestern Historical Quarterly. 108(4), 469-497.
- Blanton, C. K. (2003). From Intellectual Deficiency to Cultural Deficiency: Mexican Americans, Testing, and Public School Policy in the American Southwest, 1920––1940. Pacific Historical Review. 72(1), 39-62.
- Delear, Stephen Denis (2018-05). Death of a Multi-Ethnic Society: Populism, Disfranchisement and the Conservative Coup in Texas, 1880-1904. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Kitchens, Joel Daniel (2016-12). San Antonio's Spanish Missions and the Persistence of Memory, 1718-2015. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Roe, Robin L (2015-08). On a Flood of Words: Race and Ethnicity in the Language of Disaster in Early Twentieth-Century Texas. (Master's Thesis)
- Morales, Ralph Edward (2015-05). Hijos de la Gran Guerra: The Creation of the Mexican American Identity in Texas, 1836-1929. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Rincones, Cassandra (2015-05). Confronting the Unknown: Tejanas in the Transformation of Spanish and Mexican Texas, 1735-1836. (Doctoral Dissertation)