Hinojosa, Felipe individual record
Associate Professor

Dr. Hinojosa's teaching and research interests include Latina/o and Mexican American Studies, American Religion, Social Movements, Gender, and Comparative Race and Ethnicity. He serves as Director of Undergraduate Studies in the History Department and is the co-founder and co-coordinator for the Latina/o Studies Working Group, which is sponsored by the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research at Texas A&M University. Professor Hinojosa has published articles on Latina/o Religion, the Chicano movement, and the War on Poverty in Texas in the Western Historical Quarterly and Mennonite Quarterly Review. Professor Hinojosa's book, Latino Mennonites: Civil Rights, Faith, and Evangelical Culture, was published in 2014 by Johns Hopkins University Press. The book was awarded the 2015 Am?rico Paredes Book Award for the best book in Mexican American and Latina/o Studies given every year by the Center for Mexican American Studies at South Texas College.

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Academic Articles5
  • Hinojosa, F (2021). Saving the Barrio: Immigration and Social Movements in Latino Urban History. Journal of Urban History. 009614422110287-009614422110287.
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  • Hinojosa, F (2015). Aztlan Arizona: Mexican American Educational Empowerment, 1968-1978. Journal of American History. 102(1), 309-309.
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  • Hinojosa, F (2015). Steel Barrio: The Great Mexican Migration to South Chicago, 1915-1940. LABOUR-LE TRAVAIL. (75), 293-295.
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  • Hinojosa, F (2017). Religious migrants: The Latina/o mennonite quest for community and civil rights. Latina/o Midwest Reader. 213-228.
  • Hinojosa, F (2016). Sacred Spaces: Race, Resistance, and the Politics of Chicana/o and Latina/o Religious History. Blanton, C. K. (Eds.), A Promising Problem The New Chicana/o History. University of Texas Press.
  • Hinojosa, F (2012). "Pool Tables are the Devil's Playground": Forging an Evangelico-Anabautista Identity in South Texas. Burkholder, J. S., & Cramer, D. C. (Eds.), The Activist Impulse: Essays on the Intersection of Evangelicalism and Anabaptism. 237-261. Pickwick Publishers.
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Texas A&M University; History; 4236 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4236