Affordable Learning Solutions at CSUDH

Doris Namala, Ph.D.

Title: Adjunct Faculty, History & Liberal Studies

Department: History
Office: LCH A-340
Phone Extension: x1049
Email Username: dnamala@csudh.edu

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Affordable Learning Initiatives



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HIS 300: Research and Writing Skills (Spring 2014)

HIS 301: Individual, Family, and Community in Historic Perspective (Spring 2014)

HIS 301: Individual, Family, and Community in Historic Perspective (Fall 2013)

HIS 366: Latin America: Colonial Period (Fall 2013)

HIS 366: Latin America: Colonial Period (Fall 2012)

HIS 368: Mexico: Colonial Period (Spring 2013)

HIS 369: Mexico: National Period (Fall 2013)

LBS 375: California Experience (Fall 2011)


HIS 369: Mexico: National Period

Fall 2013.

Student enrollment data not available for this course.


Textbooks/Resources Used

Mexican History: A Primary Source Reader. available to students free of charge.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS via ebrary.

La Revolución: Mexico's Great Revolution As Memory, Myth & History available to students free of charge.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS via EBSCOhost.

Journey of a Tzotzil-Maya Woman of Chiapas, Mexico available to students free of charge.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS via ebrary.


Student Savings

Mexican History: A Primary Source Reader.
Savings per student for this resource: $43.78
List Price: $43.78
Price through ebrary: $0.00

La Revolución: Mexico's Great Revolution As Memory, Myth & History
Savings per student for this resource: $26.95
List Price: $26.95
Price through EBSCOhost: $0.00

Journey of a Tzotzil-Maya Woman of Chiapas, Mexico
Savings per student for this resource: $27.50
List Price: $27.50
Price through ebrary: $0.00


Savings per student for this course: $98.23

Full Citations for Course Resources

Jaffary, Nora E, Edward W. Osowski, and Susie S. Porter. Mexican History: A Primary Source Reader. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2010. ISBN: 9780813391687.

Benjamin, Thomas. La Revolución: Mexico's Great Revolution As Memory, Myth & History. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2000.

Eber, Christine E, and Antonia. The Journey of a Tzotzil-Maya Woman of Chiapas, Mexico: Pass Well Over the Earth. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011.