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Eduardo Pagán

Eduardo Pagán is an expert in American social and cultural history, ethnic and Indigenous lives and American politics and law. He teaches courses on The Bill of Rights and the U.S. Supreme Court, the Hispanic southwest, American Indians and historical methods.

Pagán is as an associate professor at the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies.

Pagán was one of the hosts of History Detectives (PBS), a historical consultant with American Experience (PBS), and has appeared in national and international documentaries and television shows. He has also published in scholarly journals in the fields of history, archaeology, geography, and sociology, and in international journals.

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Everybody involved in this conflict — everybody I could trace — they were indelibly marked by the violence here in tragic ways. Suicides later on. Women took their lives, ended up in insane asylums. Many of the men became alcoholics and died because of that. We never talk about the aftermath of violence in the West, but everyone was affected, in very negative ways.

— Eduardo Pagán, ASU Now