Dr. Christoph Rosenmuller

 Christoph RosenmuellerAssociate Professor

CONTACT:
E-mail: Christoph.Rosenmueller at mtsu.edu 
Phone: (615) 898-2638
Office Location: Peck Hall, Room 277
MTSU Box 23Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Web: www.mtsu.edu/~rosenmul

TEACHING FIELDS:
Latin American, U.S., and World History

COURSES:
History 2010: Survey of United States History I
History 1110: World Civilization I
History 1120: World Civilization II
History 4490: Mexico and the Caribbean
History 4520: Modern Latin America
History 4480: South America
History 4510: Colonial Latin America
History 6304: Topics in Global History (Graduate Seminar on Latin America)

Professional Experience:
Associate Professor (Assistant 2004-2008) of Latin American History. Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 2004-

Visiting Assistant Professor, Latin American History. Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York. 2003-2004

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Latin America with an emphasis on colonial Mexico and Argentina. Political, Social, and Legal History.

SELECT PUBLICATIONS:
Patrons, Partisans, and Palace Intrigues: The Court Society of Colonial Mexico, 1702-1710. Latin American and Caribbean Series, No. 6. Christon Archer, series editor. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2008.

"The Power of Transatlantic Ties: A Game-Theoretical Analysis of Mexico's Social Networks, 1700-1755." Latin American Research Review, 44:2 (2009): 8-36."Friends, Followers, Countrymen: Viceregal Patronage in Mid-Eighteenth Century New Spain." Estudios de Historia Novohispana (Mexico City). 34 (2006): 47-72.

"Assayers and Silver Merchants: The visita of 1729/1730 and the Reform of Mexican Coinage." The American Journal of Numismatics. Second Series 16-17 (2005): 179-193.

"La Sociedad Cortesana y los Precursores de las Reformas Borbónicas, 1700-1755: Estudio Preliminar" (A Preliminary Study on the Court Society and the Precursors of the Bourbon Reforms, 1700-1755). XIV Congreso Internacional de AHILA, Castellón, Spain, 20-24 Septiembre 2006 (Proceedings of the XIV Congress of the Association of European Historians of Latin America). Simposio 1: Los Borbones en las rocas: la construcción y el naufragio de las reformas borbónicas. Manuel Chust and Ivana Frasquet Miguel, eds. Madrid: Fundación Mapfre, 2008. 1-8.

WORK IN PROGRESS:
"The Indians long for change": The Secularization of Regular Parishes in New Spain, 1749-1755."Empire, Nation, and Corporations in Mid-Eighteenth Century New Spain.

EDUCATION:
Ph.D., Tulane University
M.A., Universität Hamburg, Germany
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain