History Department

Abel Alves

Professor

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BB 216   Phone: 765-285-8729  

Department of History
Burkhardt Building (BB), room 200
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Teaching and Research Specialties
Colonial Latin America, Early Modern Europe, ethological approaches to history, animal studies 

Biography
Dr. Alves is the author of The Animals of Spain: An Introduction to Imperial Perceptions and Human Interaction with Other Animals, 1492-1826 (Brill, 2011), Brutality and Benevolence: Human Ethology, Culture, and the Birth of Mexico (Greenwood, 1996), and articles in The Sixteenth Century Journal and other publications. Abel Alves was the first recipient of the Miriam Chrisman Award of the Society for Reformation Research. In 1997, he received Ball State's Hurley Goodall Distinguished Faculty Award. In 2000, he was awarded BSU's Lawhead Award for teaching in the University Core Curriculum. 

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Course Schedule
  • Course
    Course
    No.
    No.
    Section
    Section
    Time
    Time
    Days
    Days
    Location
    Location
  • Course
    The West in the Worl
    No.
    150
    Section
    2
    Section
    0915-1050
    Days
    MTWRF
    Location
    BC 105
  • Course
    The West in the Worl
    No.
    150
    Section
    881
    Section
    0000-0000
    Days
    MTWRF
    Location
    OL ONLINE
  • Course
    History and Historia
    No.
    445
    Section
    1
    Section
    0000-0000
    Days
    Location
  • Course
    Special Studies
    No.
    650
    Section
    3
    Section
    0000-0000
    Days
    Location