Trinity University Press

Kathy Sosa

Kathy Sosa is an artist and educator from San Antonio. She received national recognition for her traveling exhibition Huipiles: A Celebration, which debuted at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., as part of the Smithsonian Latino Center’s 2007 summer season. Her work has been featured on CNN and in FiberArts Magazine, Skirt!, San Antonio Woman, Country Lifestyle, and Destinations. Sosa and her husband, Lionel Sosa, recently produced the documentary Children of the Revolución: How the Mexican Revolution Changed America’s Destiny, a twenty-part series chronicling the history of the Texas/Mexico borderland.

Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico

Much ink has been spilled over the men of the Mexican Revolution, but far less has been written about its women. Kathy Sosa, Ellen Riojas Clark, and Jennifer Speed set out to right this wrong in Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico, which celebrates the women of early Texas and Mexico who refused to walk a traditional path. The anthology embraces an expansive definition of the word...

Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico

Much ink has been spilled over the men of the Mexican Revolution, but far less has been written about its women. Kathy Sosa, Ellen Riojas Clark, and Jennifer Speed set out to right this wrong in Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico, which celebrates the women of early Texas and Mexico who refused to walk a traditional path. The anthology embraces an expansive definition of the word...

Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico

Much ink has been spilled over the men of the Mexican Revolution, but far less has been written about its women. Kathy Sosa, Ellen Riojas Clark, and Jennifer Speed set out to right this wrong in Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico, which celebrates the women of early Texas and Mexico who refused to walk a traditional path. The anthology embraces an expansive definition of the word...