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I. Educational Background

Ph.D.: 1988, University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA 94720
Dissertation Title: \"Liberal Land and Economic Policy and the Transformation of the Rural Sector of the Bolivian Economy: The Case of Cochabamba, 1860-1929.\"

M.A., University of Arizona (1982): Tucson, AZ 85721.
Title of Master\'s Thesis: \"Demographic and Social Change in Northwestern New Spain: A Comparative Analysis of the Pimeria Alta and Baja California
Missions.\"

B.A. with a major in history and honors in the major, University of California, Santa Cruz (1980): Santa Cruz, CA 95064.
Title of senior thesis:\"An introduction to the Historical Demography of Santa Cruz Mission and the Villa de Branciforte.\" sources.

II. Fellowships/Awards

1.President\'s Undergraduate Fellowship, University of California, Santa Cruz (1978).
2.President\'s Undergraduate Fellowship, University of California, Santa Cruz (1979).
3.Center For Latin American Studies, University of California, Berkeley Travel Grant (1985).
4.Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowship (July 1986-July 1987).
5.Texas Committee for the Humanities Grant to organize a symposium entitled \"Different Lives: Ethnic Experiences in Texas From the Eighteenth to Twentieth
Centuries.\"
6.NEH Summer Seminar Fellowship, Southern Methodist University, June-August, 1993.
7.American Council of Learned Scholars Fellowship for summer of 1994.
8.Richard Siegfried Junior Faculty Prize for Academic Excellence, State University College at Oneonta, December 3, 1998. Title of Richard Siegfried Lecture: \"The
Fallacy of the War on Drugs.\"
9. Susan Sutton Smith Award for Academic Excellence, State University College at Oneonta, April 27, 2001.

III. Historical Fields of Interest

1.Colonial and modern Latin America.
2.Comparative European Colonialism/Imperialism.
3.United States history.
4.Native American History.

IV. Languages

1.Spanish.
2.Portuguese.
3.French.

V. Books

1.The Spanish Missions of Baja California. New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1991.
2.Indian Demographic Decline :the Missions of Northwestern New Spain, 1687-1840. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994.
3.Regional Markets and Agrarian Transformation in Bolivia: Cochabamba, 1539-1960. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994.
4.Robert H. Jackson and Edward Castillo, Indians, Franciscans, and Spanish Colonization: The Impact of the Mission System on California Indians. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995.
5.Erick Langer and Robert Jackson, editors, The New Latin American Mission History. University of Nebraska Press, 1995.
6.Robert H. Jackson, ed.,Liberals, The Church, and Indian Peasants: Corporate Lands and the Challenge of Reform in Nineteenth-Century Spanish America. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997.
7.Race, Caste, and Status: Indians in Colonial Spanish America. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Cited as an outstanding academic book for 1999 by Choice Magazine.
8.Robert H. Jackson, ed., New Views of Borderlands History. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998.
9.Robert H. Jackson, From Savages to Subjects: Missions in the History of the American Southwest. M.E. Sharpe, 2000.

VI. Articles

1.\"Epidemic Disease and Indian Depopulation in the Baja California Missions, 1697-1834,\" Southern California Quarterly 63 (1981), Pp. 308-346.
2.\"The Last Jesuit Censuses of the Pimeria Alta Missions, 1761 and 1766,\" The Kiva 46 (1981), Pp. 243-272.
3.\"The 1845 Villa de Branciforte Census,\" Antepasados 4 (1981), Pp. 45-57.
4.\"Causes of Indian Depopulation in the Pimeria Alta Missions of Northern Sonora,\" Journal of Arizona History 24 (1983), Pp. 405-429.
5.\"Demographic Patterns in the Missions of Northern Baja California,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 5 (1983), Pp. 130-139.
6.\"Disease and Demographic Patterns at Santa Cruz Mission, Alta California,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 5 (1983), Pp. 33-57.
7.\"Demographic Patterns in the Missions of Central Baja California,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 6 (1984), Pp. 91-112.
8.\"Demographic Change in Northwestern New Spain,\" The Americas 41 (1985), Pp. 462-479. Reproduced in Antonine Tibesar, O.F.M., editor, Junipero Serra and the
Northwestern Mexican Frontier, 1750-1825 (Washington, D.C., 1985).
9.\"Gentile Recruitment and Population Movements in the San Francisco Bay Area Missions,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 6 (1984), Pp.
225-239.
10.Robert H. Jackson and Peter Stern, \"Vagabundaje and Settlement Patterns in Colonial Northern Sonora,\" The Americas 44 (1988), Pp. 461-481.
11.Robert Jackson and Erick Langer, \"Colonial and Republican Missions Compared: The Cases of Alta California and Southeastern Bolivia, Comparative Studies in
Society and History 30 (1988), Pp. 286-311.
12.\"Patterns of Demographic Change in the Missions of Southern Baja California,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 8 (1986), Pp. 273-279.
13.\"Patterns of Demographic Change in the Missions of Central Alta California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 9 (1987), Pp. 251-272.
14.Robert Jackson and Jose Gordillo Claure, \"Mestizaje y proceso de parcelizacion en la estructura agraria de Cochabamba (El caso de SipeSipe en los siglos XVlll-XlX),\" HISLA 10 (1987), Pp. 15-37.
15.\"Evolucion y persistencia del colonaje en las haciendas de Cochabamba,\" Siglo XlX 3 (1988), Pp. 145-162.
16.\"Estructura agraria y mestizaje en el Canton Paredon a principios del siglo XX,\" Estudios-UMSS 2 (1988), 2-27.
17.\"Aportes para el estudio de la crisis regional a fines del siglo XlX,\" Estudios-UMSS 2 (1988), Pp. 110-118.
18.\"Markets, Peasantry, and the Formation and Fragmentation of the Cochabamba Hacienda. A Review of Larson, Brooke, Colonialism and Agrarian Transformation in
Bolivia: Cochabamba, 1550-1900,\" a review published in Peasant Studies 16 (1988), 39-52.
19.\"The Decline of the Hacienda in Cochabamba, Bolivia: The Case of the Sacaba Valley, 1870-1929,\" The Hispanic American Historical Review 69 (1989), 259-281.
20.\"The 1781-1782 Smallpox Epidemic in the Baja California Missions,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 3 (1981), Pp. 138-143.
21.\"Intermarriage at Fort Ross: A Case From San Rafael Mission,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 5 (1983), Pp. 240-241.
22.\"La metodologia historica,\" Estudios-UMSS 1 (1987), Pp. 2-8.
23.\"The Justiniano Roxas Hoax: The Story of the Oldest Man on Earth,\" The Californians 4:6 (1986), Pp. 44, 54.
24.\"La dinamica del desastre demografico de la poblacion india en las misiones de la bahia de San Francisco, Alta California,\" Historia Mexicana 40 (1990), Pp. 187-215.
25) An English language version of this article was published in American Indian Quarterly 17 (Spring 1992), 141-156.
25.\"La colonizacion de la Alta California: Un analisis del desarrollo de dos comunidades misionales,\" Historia Mexicana 41 (1991), Pp. 83-110.
26.\"Population and the Economic Dimension of Colonization in Alta California: Four Mission Communities,\" Journal of the Southwest 33 (1991), Pp. 387-439.
27. Co-editor of the Fall 1991 issue of Journal of the Southwest, a special edition with a collection of six essays on the history of northern colonial Mexico written by
younger scholars. My co-editor and I selected and edited the essays presented in the issue.
28.\"Repeopling The Land: The Spanish Borderlands,\" and 30) \"Relations With the Mother Country: The Spanish Borderlands,\" in The Encyclopedia of Colonial American History (New York, 1993).
29.With Erick Langer, \"El liberalismo y el problema de la tierra en Bolivia (1825-1920),\" Siglo XlX 5:10 (1990), Pp. 9-32.
30.\"The Dynamics of Indian Demographic Collapse in the Mission Communities of Northwestern New Spain: A Comparative Approach With Implications for Popular Interpretations of Mission History,\" in Virginia Guedea and Jaime Rodriguez O., editors, Five Centuries of Mexican History/Cinco Siglos de Historia de Mexico, 2 volumes (Mexico D.F., 1992), volume 1, pp. 139-156.
31.\"Cambios en la tenencia de la tierra en la provincia de Cliza (1860-1930) y origenes de los sindicatos campesinos bolivianos,\" Historia Y Cultura [La Paz, Bolivia] 18
(1990), Pp. 99-110.
32.\"The Treatment or Mistreatment of Disease? Comments on Ronn Pineo\'s \"Misery and Death in the Pearl of the Pacific: Health Care in Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1870-1925,\" Hispanic American Historical Review 71 (1991), Pp. 365-368.
33.\"The Changing Economic Structure of the Alta California Missions: A Reinterpretation,\" Pacific Historical Review 61:3 (1992), Pp. 387-415.
34.\"The Population of the Santa Barbara Channel Missions (Alta California), 1813-1832,\" Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 12:2 (1990).
35.\"Patterns of Demographic Change in the Alta California Missions: The Case of Santa Ines,\" California History 71:3 (Fall, 1992), pp. 362-369.
36.Robert H. Jackson and Gregory Maddox, \"The Creation of Identity: Colonial Society in Bolivia and Tanzania,\" Comparative Studies in Society and History 35:2
(1993), 263-284.
37.\"The Impact of Liberal Policy on Mexico\'s Northern Frontier: Mission Secularization and the Development of Alta California, 1812-1846,\" Colonial Latin American
Historical Review 2:2 (1993), 195-225.
38.with Jose Gordillo Claure, \"Formacion, crisis y transformacion de la estructura agraria de Cochabamba. El caso de la hacienda de Paucarpata y de la comunidad del Passo, 1538-1645 y 1872-1929,\" Revista de Indias 53, # 199 (Sept.-Dec., 1993), 723-760.
39.\"Congregation and Population Change in the Mission Communities of Northern New Spain: Cases From the Californias and Texas,\" New Mexico Historical Review (April, 1994), 163-183.
40.\"Race/Caste and the Creation and Meaning of Identity in Colonial Spanish America,\" Revista de Indias 55, #203 (1995), 149-173.
41.\"Grain Supply, Congregation, and Demographic Patterns in the Missions of Northwestern New Spain: Case Studies from Baja and Alta California,\" Journal of the West 34:1 (1997), 19-25.
42.\"Naissance Et Metamorphoses Du Savoir Demographique: Le Mestizaje Des Communates Indigenes de la Valle Bajo de Cochabamba, En Bolivie,\" Cahiers Quebecois De Demographie 25:1 (1996).
43.\"Agriculture, Drought, and Chumash Congregation in the California Missions (1782-1834),\" California Mission Studies Association Newsletter 16:1 (May, 1999),
3-10.
44.\"Agriculture, Drought, and Chumash Congregation in the California Missions (1782-1834),\" Estudios de Historia Novohispana 19 (1999), 69-90.
45. ?The 1824 Chumash Uprising Reconsidered,? California Mission Studies Association Newsletter 17 (Fall 2000), 8-16.
46. ?Labor Rights and the Restructuring of Major League Baseball, 1969-1992: A Case Study of Franchise Performance and the Myth of Baseball Management,? in William Simons, ed., The Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, 2001 (McFarland & Co., Jefferson, North Carolina, 2002), 336-352.
47. ?Una frustrada evangelizaci?n: las limitaciones del cambio social, cultural y religioso en los ?Pueblos Errantes? de las misiones del Desierto Central de Baja California y la regi?n de la costa del Golfo de Texas/A Frustrated Evangelization: The Limitations to Social, Cultural and Religious Change Among the ?Wandering Peoples? of the Missions of the Central Desert of Baja California and the Texas Gulf Coast ? Fronteras de la Historia (Bogota, Colombia) 6 (2001), 7-40.
48. ? Demographic Patterns at Santa Clara Mission, 1777-1840,? in Russell Skowronenk, ed., Telling the Santa Clara Story (Santa Clara, 2002), 84-92.
49. \"Wandering Peoples?: Seasonal Migration and Settlement Patterns in the Missions on the Northern Fringe of New Spain,? California Mission Studies Association Boletin 19:2 (Fall, 2002), 19-34.
50. ?Han ignorado la amrosa voz del Padre?: Reconsiderando los origenes del levantamiento de los chumash en 1824 en la California mexicana,? Descatos 10 (Otono-Invierno 2002), 77-93.
51.? ?lites ind?genas y pol?tica espa?ola en Cochabamba durante la colonia,? in Blanca Tovias and David Cahill, eds., Elites indigenas en los Andes: Nobles, Caciques, y Cabildantes bajo el Yugo Colonial (Quito, 2003), 243-247.


VII. Book Reviews

Book reviews published in Hispanic American Historical Review, The Americas, American Indian Quarterly, HISLA, Journal of California and Great BasinAnthropology, The Californians, Agricultural History, The Journal of Social History, Hemisphere, Ethnohistory, and Historia Y Cultura.

VIII. Conference Presentations

1.\"Indian Demographic Patterns in Colonial New Spain: The Case of Baja California,\" presented at the 28th annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin
American Studies, San Diego, October 14-16, 1982. Paper published in Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies 12 (1985-1986), Pp. 37-46.
2.\"Population, and the Economic Dimension of Colonization in Alta California: A Study of Four Mission Communities,\" and 3) \"Patterns of Gentile Recruitment at
Selected Missions,\" presented at the 1983 meeting of the Society of California Archaeology/Southwestern Anthropological Association, San Diego, March 23-26.
3.\"Disease in Nineteenth Century Sonora: A Study of Three Epidemic Episodes,\" presented at the Native American Historic Epidemiology Conference sponsored by
the D\'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian of the Newberry Library, December 19-20, 1983.
4.\"Demographic Change at Guevavi and Tumacacori Missions: A Case Study of Demographic Change in Colonial Sonora,\" presented at the October 1984 meeting of
the Western Historical Association, St. Paul, Minnesota.
5.\"Demographic Change in Northwestern New Spain,\" presented at the Serra Symposium at the December 1984 convention of the American Historical Association in
a session co-sponsored by the Academy of American Franciscan History.
6.\"Patterns of Demographic Change in the Missions of Central Alta California,\" presented at the 1986 annual meeting of the Society For Historical Archaeology,
Sacramento, January 10. 1986.
7.\"The M.N.R. Party and Bolivian Coca Politics,\" talk given at the University of California, Santa Cruz, February 3, 1988. Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program, University of California, Santa Cruz.
8.\"Land Tenure Change in Cochabamba, 1882-1930: The Origins of the Bolivian Peasant Leagues. Talk given at the University of California, Santa Cruz, May 19, 1988.
Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program, University of California, Santa Cruz.
9.\"The Decline of the Hacienda in Cochabamba: The Case of the Sacaba Valley, 1870-1929,\" talk given for the Center for Latin American Studies, University of
Pittsburgh, November 9, 1988.
10.\"The Alienation of the Lands of the Regular Clergy in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1826-1929,\" talk given at Gettysburg College for the History and Spanish Departments,
November 3, 1988.
11.\"Regional Trade and the War of the Pacific: Chile and the Opening of the Bolivian National Economy,\" talk given at the University of Minnesota for the history
department, April 5, 1989.
12.\"The Demographic Consequences of Spanish Policy in Baja California, 1768-1782,\" talk given at the University of Minnesota for the Center for Early Modern History, April 6, 1989.
13.\"A Utopian Paradise? The Dynamic of Indian Demographic Collapse in the California Missions, 1697-1840;\" and 15) \"The Northern Pima Mission Frontier,\"
presented at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association, San Francisco, California, December. 27-30, 1989.
14.\"The Dynamic of Demographic Change in the Mission Communities of Northwestern New Spain: Northern Sonora and the Californias,\" presented at the 8th Conference of Mexican and North American Historians, San Diego, California., October. 18-20.
15.\"The Dynamics of Indian Demographic Collapse in the San Francisco Bay Area Missions,\" presented at the \"Spanish Missions and the California Indians\" symposium, Davis, California, March 2-4, 1990.
16.\"Economic Modernization and the Transformation of Land Tenure in Cochabamba, Bolivia;\" and 19) \"The Post-Secularization Dispersion of the Alta California Mission Populations, 1834-1846,\" presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Council For Latin American Studies, Flagstaff, Az., February 21-23, 1991.
17.\"The Golden Era of the Missions? An Evaluation of the Economy and Demography of the Alta California Missions,\" presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 27-30, 1991.
18.\"The Economy and Demography of San Gabriel Mission, 1771-1840: A Structural Analysis,\" presented at the symposium \"The Spanish Beginnings in California 1542-1822,\" Santa Barbara, California., July 15-19, 1991.
19.\"Prices and Agricultural Production in the Alta California Missions,\" presented at the symposium \"The Community Heritage in the Spanish Americas,\" San Antonio, Texas, November 7-9, 1991.
20.\"Indian Demographic Collapse in the Alta California Missions: The Case of Santa Ines;\" and 24) \"Recreating the Community in Cochabamba, Bolivia in the Mid-Nineteenth Century,\" presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies, El Paso, Texas, February. 19-22, 1992.
21.\"Liberal Policy in Bolivia in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century: The Case of Church and Corporate Community Lands in Cochabamba Department,\" presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Austin, Texas, March 18-21, 1992.
22.\"The Impact of Liberal Policy on Mexico\'s Northern Frontier: Mission Secularization and the Development of Alta California in the 1830s and 1840s;\" 23. \"The Creation of Identity in Indigenous Colonial Villages: The Case of Cochabamba, Bolivia;\"
24. \"Economic Modernization and the Transformation of Land Tenure inthe Valle Alto of Cochabamba, Bolivia;\" presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Sciences Association, New Orleans, March 17-20, 1993.
25.\"Changing Ethnic Classification of the Rural Population of Cochabamba: The Case of Tarata,\" Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 17, 1994.
26.\"Race, Caste, and Identity in Colonial Sonora: A Reconsideration of the Evidence,\" Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southwest Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 30-April 2, 1994.
27.\"Famine and Famine Relief in Cochabamba, Bolivia.\" Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference of Latin American Historians, Atlanta, Georgia, Jan. 4-7,1996.
28.\"Liberal Economic and Land Reform, the Demise of the Tribute System, and Shifts in Racial Identification and Status in the Communities of the Valle Bajo of Cochabamba, Bolivia,\" presented at the 49th Internation Conference of Americanistas, Quito, Ecuador, July 7-11, 1997.
29.\"Eighteenth-Century Supply System in Texas and California: The Development of Mission Economics,\" presented at the annual meeting of the Conference of Latin
American History, Seattle, Washington, Jan. 8-11, 1998.
30.\"Frontier Missions in California and Texas in the Late Eighteenth Century,\" Paper presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of SECOLAS, Lafayette, Louisiana, March 21, 1999.
31.\"Indians Outside of the Missions: Indigenous Migration and Settlement in Spanish and Mexican California, 1769-1846,\" presented at the 10th Conference of North
American and Mexican Historians, Forth Worth, November 19-21, 1999.
32.\"Frontier Mission Economics, the Mission Supply System, and Local and Regional Markets,\" presented at the 10th Conference of North American and Mexican
Historians, Fort Worth, Nov. 19-21, 1999.
33.\"Doubting Thomas (Actually Dave) and Other Stories: Archaeological and Historical Evidence in the Study of the California Missions,\" presented at the 33rd
Annual Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Quebec, Canada, January 4-9, 2000.
34. ?The Supply of the Texas and California Missions and the Evolution of Mission Economics,? presented at the International Conference ?The Franciscan Experience in the Americas, Oakland, California, Nov. 3-4, 2000.
35. ?Forced Indian Labor in Northern New Spain: Texas and California Missions in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries,? presented at the annual meeting of the Conference of Latin American History, Boston, Massachusetts, Jan. 5, 2001.
36. ?An Earthly Paradise?: Demographic Patterns at San Carlos Mission, 1770-1840,? Annual Meeting of the California Mission Studies Association, Monterey, California, February 16, 2001.
37. ?Missions on the Fringe of Spanish America: A Comparative Analysis,? presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Historical Association, New Orleans, March 29, 2002.
38. ?Demographic Patterns in the Colonial Americas: Cases from the Fringes of Empire,? presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Historical Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 18, 2003.

IX. Teaching Experience/Professional Work Experience

1.Two research seminars (1986-1987 academic year) on historical methods and regional history taught in Spanish at the Universidad Mayor de San Simon,
Cochabamba, Bolivia.
2.Adjunct Instructor, Gettysburg College (Fall semester 1988).
3.Lecturer at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (Jan.-August. 1989).
4.Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Miami (August. 1989-July 1990). Served on dissertation committee for Tom Pearcy-degree awarded 1994.
5.Assistant Professor of History and Graduate Faculty Member at Texas Southern University, 1990-1998.
6.Adjunct Instructor at Houston Community College, 1991-1998.
7.Assistant Professor of History, State University College at Oneonta, 1998-2001.

X. Internet Sites

http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/~latam/powerpoints/
PowerPoint Slide Presentations.

http://www.timsbaja.com/rjackson.html
Several unpublished papers.






Xl.Professional References

Prof. Erick Langer
History Department
Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057
(202) 687-6061
langere@georgetown.edu

Prof. Eric Van Young
Dept. of History
Univ. of California, San Diego
La Jolla, CA 92093-0104
(619) 534-3612
evanyoung@ucsd.edu

Prof. Thomas Pearcy
History Department
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057-1326
(724) 738-2407
thomas.pearcy@sru.edu

William Simons
History Department
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 436-3364
simonswm@oneonta.edu

Prof. Howard Beeth
History Department
Texas Southern University
3100 Cleburne Ave
Houston, TX 77004
713-313-7323

Prof. Gregory Maddox
History Department
Texas Southern University
3100 Cleburne Ave
Houston, TX 77004
713-313-7889
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