Robert Ansiaux Ph.D., J.D.

Robert Ansiaux, Ph.D., J.D.

Adjunct Professor, History


Office: Braniff Graduate Building #230

Robert R. Ansiaux received his doctorate and masters degrees in history from the University of Texas at Arlington. He received his undergraduate degree in history from the University of Dallas and his Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist  

HIS 1311 American Civilization I

HIS 1312 American Civilization II
HIS 2301 Western Civilization I
HIS 2302 Western Civilization II
HIS 2357 ST/World Civilization I
HIS 2357 ST/World Civilization II
HIS 3368 Modern China & Japan
HIS 4357 History & Culture, Non West World I
HIS 4357 History & Culture, Non West World II 
HIS 4357 History of Africa

Ansiaux, R. R., "Harappan Empire", "Mauryan Empire", "Gupta Empire", "and "Belgian Empire", in World Empires, Facts on File (Anticipated 2012).

Ansiaux, R. R., "Usury" and "Bankruptcy" The First, Second, and Third Industrial Revolution, ME Sharp (2009).

"Colonial Cartography and the Republic of Texas", Guest Speaker at the Texas State Historical Society, Austin, Texas (March 2, 2006).

Ansiaux, R. R. and Reinhartz, D., "'The truth is ...maps are weapons!' Cartographic Impressions and the Doomed Belgian Colony of Santo Tomas" Festschrift in Honor of Lisette Danckaert, (Brussels, 2006).