Eric Frith | KCET
Eric Frith is a doctoral candidate in Latin American history at Columbia University, and a former intelligence officer in the US Air Force. He graduated from Baylor University and earned his MA at Old Dominion University. His research focuses on the history of political and economic thought in the Atlantic world, and the emergence of the economy as a distinct field of knowledge in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He also has written about religion and politics in the modern world, and has begun work on a history of suicide. He teaches at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
The Rebellion Against the Mission of the Saintly Prince the Archangel, San Gabriel of the Temblors, 1785Post date: 2014-05-09T06:00:53-07:00
The San Gabriel Mission has endured now for centuries. But in its first years it may not have seemed so fixed, so permanent, or so necessary.