Enhancements    

Howard Campbell

 
111
Old Main
El Paso Texas, 79968
Homehcampbel@utep.edu
Phone Logo(915) 747-6525
HomeWeb Site
Curriculum Vitae

CENTERS AND COMMUNITIES

None

NETWORKS

Howard Campbell
Professor, Sociology and Anthropology - Center for Inter-American and Border Studies (CIBS - Chicano Studies
Department Chair, Sociology and Anthropology

Dr. Campbell is a cultural anthropologist with three decades of experience studying Mexico, Latin America, and the U.S.-Mexico border. His research has been concerned with many aspects of the culture of "Greater Mexico" including the indigenous societies of southern Mexico, the transnational people of the U.S.-Mexico border, and the indigenous peoples of borderlands. He has published studies focused on Zapotec political and cultural movements, Mexican politics, the Piro-Manso-Tiwa Indian Tribe (their official name), international drug trafficking, transnational homelessness, and many other topics.

KEYWORDS

  1. Mexican indigenous cultures.
  2. U.S.-Mexico border culture
  3. Greater Mexican culture
  4. Bohemian movements
  5. Political movements
  6. Drug trafficking
  7. Latin America
  8. U.S.-Mexico border
  9. Mexico
  10. Cultural anthropology

CUSTOMIZED LINKS

  1. ProQuest/Pivot Funding Opportunities