Schulze, Jeffrey

Senior Lecturer

Office:  JO 3.512

Areas of Specialization:  American Indian, environmental, and borderlands history, with a focus on the U.S.-Mexico border region

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


“The Chamizal Blues: El Paso, the Wayward River, and the Peoples in Between,” Western
Historical Quarterly, 2012

“‘The Year of the Yaqui’: Texas Tech University’s Sonoran Expeditions, 1934-1984,” Journal of
the West, 2010

“Native American Women,” chapter for Women’s Rights, a volume of the Perspectives on
American Social History (ABC-CLIO) series, 2009

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

In-Progress Manuscript:

“Are We Not Foreigners Here?”: Indigenous Nationalism in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands