Zahra Moss

Dr. Zahra M. Moss

Social Science - Arts Instructor
Bottineau Faculty
HLC Highly Qualified
TH 2209

About Zahra

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  • PhD History, Minors: Women and Gender Studies and Art History
    University of Arizona
    Certificate in Museum Studies December 2009
    Degree Conferred 08/2012
  • MA History, Minor: Women and Gender Studies
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    Degree Conferred 08/2007
  • BA Secondary Education, Minor: History
    University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras
    Degree Conferred 02/2005
Classes Taught On Campus & Online
  • HIST 103: US History to 1867
  • HIST 104: US History from 1867
  • HIST 220: History of North Dakota
  • HIST 224: American Studies
  • ART 210: Art History I
  • ART 211: Art History II
Previous Courses Offered
  • U.S. History 1865-Present
  • U.S. History Between the Wars
  • Latin American History Through American Film
  • The Latino Image in American Film
  • U.S. Foreign Relations 1914-Present
  • History of Modern Mexico through Film
  • “David Tineo as Cultural Activist.” Essay on the artists involvement in local Chicano politics. Exhibition catalogue in artist’s retrospective. Tucson Museum of Art. Tucson, AZ.
  • “¡Viva Mexico! World’s Fair Exhibits, Souvenirs and the Shaping of Collective Consciousness.” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture Ed. Vol. 28 (2010) University of Texas Press.
Curriculum Vitae