Daniel S. Haworth, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Daniel Haworth, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of History at UHCL. His research
focuses on everyday life in nineteenth-century Mexico and he has published in both
Mexico and the United States. He is a Fulbright-García Robles grantee (1998-1999).
His current research concerns the intersection of family life and public authority in the lives of adolescents. In his teaching, Dr. Haworth is a generalist, offering undergraduate and graduate courses on an array of Latin American topics. He is also active in promoting international studies at UHCL. He aims to advance awareness of the Latin American past and present.
Dr. Haworth is the founding director of the Latina/o and Latin American Studies (LLAS) program, and in that capacity oversaw the creation and implementation of the LLAS minor. He is currently involved in establishing Spanish language classes at UHCL and enhancing partnerships with Sueño Latino student organizations at area high schools.
LLAS related classes: HIST 3317, Introduction to Latin American History; HIST 3319, Colonial Latin America; HIST 4327, Latin America and the U.S.; and HIST 5434, Colonial Latin America