Clements Center Research Fellows 2021-2022

Clements Center Research Fellowships provide senior or junior scholars with an essential element for producing successful books, and that is time.

MAGGIE ELMORE
Clements Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America
Ph.D., History, University of California-Berkeley, 2017
Assistant Professor of History, Sam Houston State University
“In the Name of the Father: Catholic Bureaucrats, Latino/a Immigrants, and the Fight for Human Rights in Twentieth-Century America”

ADAM JOHNSON
David J. Weber Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America
Ph.D., History, University of Michigan, 2019
Assistant Professor of History, Michigan State University
“Secretsharers: Indigenous Knowledge and the Politics of Ethnographic Documentation, 1880-1930”


CHRISTINA VILLARREAL

Summerfield G. Roberts Fellow for the Study of Texas History
Ph.D., Latin American History, University of Texas-Austin, 2020
Assistant Professor of History, University of Texas-El Paso
“Resisting Colonial Subjugation: Sanctuary, Asylum, and Refuge in the Texas-Louisiana Borderlands, 1714-1803”

PRISCILLA YBARRA
Clements Senior Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America
Ph.D., English, Rice University, 2007
Associate Professor of Latinx Literature, University of North Texas
“In the Light of Los Lunas: The Mexican American Leopolds, Reckoning with Environmentalism’s White Supremacy, and Settler Colonial Violence”