Luis E. Coronado Guel

Adjunct Instructor, Department of History
Director, SBS Mexico Initiatives

Luis E. Coronado Guel is an Adjunct Instructor of History & Director of SBS Mexico Initiatives. His research examines the cultural and intellectual history of nineteenth and twentieth-century Mexico, specifically the ways the nation-state is strengthened through patriotic celebrations, public rituals, mass media, cultural heritage, and expressions of popular culture. His first book, La Alameda Potosina ante la llegada del Ferrocarril (2009, 2015) is an intellectual and cultural history on the impact the railway had in the region of San Luis Potosí. Coronado’s teaches a variety of survey, upper-level, and graduate courses in Mexico and the United States in the fields of history, law, popular culture, and cultural heritage, both in English and Spanish.