Sister María Eva Flores, CDP, PhD Professor of History and Mexican American Studies
Office: Fine Arts Building, 108
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 2209
- 2000: Ph.D. History, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Dissertation: The Good Life the Hard Way: The Mexican American Community of Fort Stockton, Texas, 1930-1945.
- 1995: MLIS, Library Science and Archival Enterprise, University of Texas-Austin
- 1990: Sabbatical, Research in Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla, Spain
- Independent Study with Armindo Trevisan, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
- Seminar in History of the Church in Latin America with CEHILA (Commission for the History of the Church in Latin America) Mexico City, Mexico, August –December 1990.
Sister Flores has served as the director of OLLU's Center for Mexican American Studies and Research since 2001. She has served on the faculty of OLLU's history department since 1978.
Her previous experience includes serving as the archivist for the Mexican American Cultural Center and as OLLU's special collections librarian and University archivist.
“What a Difference a War Makes,” in Mexican Americans and WWII. University of Texas Press, Austin, 2005
“St. Joseph’s Parish, Fort Stockton, Texas, 1875-1945: The Forging of Identity and Community,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 21 (Winter 2003), 13-31.
Las Hermanas,” “P.A.D.R.E.S.” “Missions at la Junta de los Rios,” State Handbook of Texas. Barnhardt, editor. State Historical Research Library, Austin, Texas.