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Cecilia Sanchez Hill


Graduate Assistant

Rees-Jones Hall, Rm. 205

cecilia.hill@tcu.edu | 817-257-4144

 

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy, History, Texas Christian University, in progress
Master of Arts in History, University of Texas at Arlington, 2016
Bachelor of Science in History with Secondary Certification, Texas Wesleyan University, 2012

Teaching Experience

TCC South/FWISD Collegiate High School, AP World History (2016-2018)
Social Studies Network Specialists, Fort Worth ISD (2014-2016)
8th grade U.S. History Teacher, McLean Middle School, FWISD (2012-2014)

Areas of Focus

Latinx American History
Fort Worth Mexican American History
K-12 Social Studies Curriculum and Professional Development

“Fort Worth During the Chicano Movement,” presenting paper at the 2018 Texas State Historical Association Conference, Texas State University, San Marcos

“Fort Worth During the Chicano Movement,” Paper presented at the 2016 National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies, Texas A&M, College Station

Featured Speaker for Fort Worth ISD Social Studies Super Saturday October 2016, ¿Mi Tierra, También? Mexican American Civil Rights in Fort Worth, Texas, 1940-1990s

“When the Churches Failed the Nation Followed,” Paper presented at the 2011 Phi Alpha Theta Conference, Abilene Christian University, Abilene

“Spies and Little White Lies: George Washington and the American Revolution,” Paper presented at the 2010 University College Day and the 2010 Phi Alpha Theta Conference, Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth