Office: 005C, Glasscock (History) Building
Statement of Research:
Tiffany was raised in North Richland Hills, Texas. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degree from Texas Tech University. Tiffany’s dissertation examines the impact Texas Chicanas made to local & state government and its larger implications to electoral party politics. Her research interests include Chicana/o-Latina/o history, women & gender, American political history, borderlands, and feminist theories.
- University of California, Berkeley Advanced Oral History Summer Institute
- Texas State Historical Association (Mary M. Hughes Research Fellowship in Texas History &
Catarino and Evangelina Hernández Research Fellowship in Texas Latino History); Western History Association
Aztlán: Journal of Chicano Studies, H-Net, West Texas Historical Review, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, and many more.
Handbook of Tejano History: “Eva Camunez Tucker,” “Elvira Cisneros,” “Adelfa Botello Callejo,”
Women in Texas History:
“Irma Rangel,” Women in Texas History: A Project of the Ruthe Winegarten Memorial Foundation for Texas Women’s History. Co-authored with Nancy Baker Jones.