Bryson Kisner

Academic History: 

B.A., History, The University of Texas at Austin, 2017         
B.A., Plan II Honors The University of Texas at Austin, 2017

 

Fields of Study:
    •    United States South and the Borderlands of North America
    •    Latin America and the Caribbean (particularly Mexico)
    •    Transatlantic History

 

My primary scholarly interest lies in how preexisting communities changed – and how new communities developed – in what is now the Southern and Southwestern United States during the 18th and 19th centuries.

 

Publications:
    •    “Tejanos and Anglos in Nacogdoches: Coexistence on Texas’ Eastern Frontier Under the Mexican and Texan Republics, 1821-1846.” This paper can be found in the Plan II theses digital repository at Texas ScholarWorks (the repository is under construction as of fall 2018, URL forthcoming).
    •    “Religion and the Restructuring of Guatemala Under Ríos Montt: Catholicism, Costumbre, Protestantism, and the State’s War for Guatemala’s Souls,” University of Texas Undergraduate Research Journal, forthcoming Spring 2019 issue.

 

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