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Rich Schultz

 

Adjunct Professor
Social Sciences
MA, Latin American Studies
University of California, San Diego, 2004

Contact:
Email: rschultz@csusm.edu

Rich
 

Teaching:

Interdisciplinary studies, diversity and discrimination, US-Mexico border, US history, Latin American history, world history.

Courses:

  • ID 340: Diversity and Discrimination in the United States
  • ID 460: Dilemmas of Modern Mexico
  • GEOG 305: The United States-Mexico Border
  • BRS 300: Borders: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
  • BRS 330: Introduction to Migration Studies
  • BRS 453: Border Water Conflicts
  • LBST 100/300: Introduction to Critical Education

Research Interests:

Mexico in the global baseball industry, history of baseball in northwestern Mexico, indigenous resistance in Porfirian Mexico.

Theses and other publications:

Schultz, Rich. 2009. Bodies, Business, and Border Identities in Mexican Baseball. In Nauright, John Nauright and Steven Pope, eds., The New Sport Management Reader.  Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology.

Schultz, Rich. 2004. El Rey de los Deportes: A History of Baseball in Northwestern Mexico. MA in Latin American Studies, University of California, San Diego.

Schultz, Rich. 2002. Surviving Civilization: Tarahumara Resistance in Porfirian Mexico, 1876-1910. BA in History (Magna Cum Laude), University of California, San Diego.