Schulze, Jeffrey

Senior Lecturer

Office:  JO 3.512

Areas of Specialization:  The U.S.-Mexican Borderlands, Native America, Environmental History, and Twentieth-Century U.S. History.

Education: PhD, Southern Methodist University
MA, University of Texas at El Paso
BA, University of Texas at Austin


"The Rediscovery of the Tiguas: Indianness and Federal Recognition in the Twentieth Century," Southwestern Historical Quarterly, July 2001

"Review of Searching for Chipeta: The Story of a Ute and Her People for Journal of the West," Summer 2005

"Review of Border Citizens: The Making of Indians, Mexicans, and Anglos in Arizona," American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 2008


Native American Women, chapter for Women's Rights, a forthcoming volume of the Perspectives on American Social History (ABC-CLIO) series

Works in Progress

"The Chamizal Blues: U.S.-Mexican Diplomacy, the Restless River, and the Peoples in Between," article

"The Kickapoo Trans-Nation: Indians and Borders in the Twentieth Century," article