Deborah Baldwin, a faculty member since 1980, is a specialist in Modern Mexican History with a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. She has published a book on the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and a variety of articles, primarily on Mexican social history topic. In addition, she regularly teaches a seminar in group research methods in the Public History Program. Her classes have completed the histories of many Little Rock institutions, including the Arkansas Art Center, the Museum of Discovery, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Her current projects focus on modern Mexican issues and potential exchange programs with that country.
She is a former chair of the department and currently serves as Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. She is the former program chair of the Arkansas Women’s Leadership Forum and current president of the group. She has served on the Board of the Arkansas Humanities Council and is a Commissioner for the MacArthur Museum of Military History.
Protestants and the Mexican Revolution
U.S. Mexican Energy Relationships (Co-editor)
“Diplomacia cultural: Escuelas misionales protestantes en Mexico”