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Thomas Sheridan | Global Change

Thomas Sheridan

Thomas Sheridan is the curator of ethnohistory at the Arizona State Museum. His research interests include contemporary ranching and rural development and the political ecology of ranching in the Southwest. His work involves documentary history and ethnographic studies, with projects focusing on a farming community in northwestern Mexico, Arizona history, the Mexican community in Tucson, the northern and southern frontiers of the Spanish empire in the Americas, and the Seri Indians.

Anthropology / The Southwest Center