Gibson, Charles

Gibson, Charles

(1920–85) historian; born in Buffalo, N.Y. A Yale Ph.D., he ended his teaching career at the University of Michigan (1965–85). His groundbreaking ethnohistorical studies of the colonial period greatly broadened the scope of Latin American historical studies. His books include The Colonial Period in Latin American History (1958) and The Aztecs under Spanish Rule (1964).
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The photo essay of Clinton included work by Roberto Borea, Khue Bui, Robert Bukaly, Ruth Fremson, Ron Heflin, Greg Gibson, Charles Krupa, Wilfredo Lee, Pablo Martinez Monsivais, Doug Mills, Stephan Savoia, and Susan Walsh.