Dolph Briscoe

Dolph Briscoe

Lecturer of History
College Of Arts And Sciences
Department of Communication, History, and Philosophy
Central Academic Building, Room 347G

210-784-2211   |dolph.briscoe@tamusa.edu

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Dolph Briscoe IV is a Lecturer of History at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.  Born in San Antonio, Briscoe grew up in the small South Texas towns of Cotulla and Carrizo Springs.  He received his B.A. (2003) and M.A. (2006) in History from Baylor University.  Briscoe earned his Ph.D. in History from The University of Texas at Austin in 2014.

Briscoe teaches courses on United States, Texas, and Mexico history.  His research interests incude: Texas; Twentieth Century United States; Political History; Era of the 1960s in the United States; the Civil Rights Movement; the United States Presidency; Lyndon Baines Johnson and his times; and Mexico.  He serves as co-advisor for the History Club at Texas A&M University-San Antonio and as a member of the San Antonio Regional History Day Steering Committee.  

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
HIST 3336 1 America's Rise to World Power Spring 2022 Syllabi
HIST 1302 9 US History from 1865 Spring 2022 Syllabi
HIST 1302 901 US History from 1865 Spring 2022 Syllabi
HIST 1302 902 US History from 1865 Spring 2022 Syllabi