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Return to the Center: Culture, Public Space, and City-Building in a Global Era

by Lawrence A. Herzog

The redesign and revitalization of traditional urban centers is the cutting edge of contemporary urban planning, as evidenced by the intense public and professional attention to the rebuilding of city cores...


Postnationalism in Chicana/o Literature and Culture

by Ellie D. Hernández

In recent decades, Chicana/o literary and cultural productions have dramatically shifted from a nationalist movement that emphasized unity to one that openly celebrates diverse experiences. Charting this transformation,...


Delirio-The Fantastic, the Demonic, and the Réel: The Buried History of Nuevo León

by Marie Theresa Hernández

Striking, inexplicable stories circulate among the people of Nuevo León in northern Mexico. Stories of conversos (converted Jews) who fled the Inquisition in Spain and became fabulously wealthy in Mexico. Stories...


Profiles in Power: Twentieth-Century Texans in Washington, New Edition

by Kenneth E., Jr. Hendrickson, Michael L. Collins & Patrick Cox

Profiles in Power offers concise biographies of fourteen twentieth-century Texans who wielded significant political power and influence in Washington, D.C. First published in 1993 by Harlan Davidson, it has...


The Wanano Indians of the Brazilian Amazon: A Sense of Space

by Janet M. Chernela

The Wanano Indians of the northwest Amazon have a social system that differs from those of most tropical forest tribes. Neither stratified by wealth nor strictly egalitarian, Wanano society is "ranked" according...


History and Silence: Purge and Rehabilitation of Memory in Late Antiquity

by Charles W., Jr. Hedrick

"It is so rare and refreshing to read a Roman history book which recognizes and celebrates the sheer difficulty of writing history, and the vulnerability of each solution." -Times Literary Supplement "This is...


Places for Dead Bodies

by Gary J. Hausladen

From Tony Hillerman's Navajo Southwest to Martin Cruz Smith's Moscow, an exotic, vividly described locale is one of the great pleasures of many murder mysteries. Indeed, the sense of place, no less than the...


Aztecs, Moors, and Christians: Festivals of Reconquest in Mexico and Spain

by Max Harris

In villages and towns across Spain and its former New World colonies, local performers stage mock battles between Spanish Christians and Moors or Aztecs that range from brief sword dances to massive street theatre...


The First New Chronicle and Good Government: On the History of the World and the Incas up to 1615

by Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala & Roland Hamilton

One of the most fascinating books on pre-Columbian and early colonial Peru was written by a Peruvian Indian named Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala. This book, The First New Chronicle and Good Government, covers pre-Inca...


Whose School Is It?: Women, Children, Memory, and Practice in the City

by Rhoda H. Halperin

Whose School Is It?: Women, Children, Memory, and Practice in the City is a success story with roadblocks, crashes, and detours. Rhoda Halperin uses feminist theorist and activist Gloria Anzaldúa's ideas about...


Baetica Felix: People and Prosperity in Southern Spain from Caesar to Septimius Severus

by Evan W. Haley

Baetica, the present-day region of Andalusia in southern Spain, was the wealthiest province of the Roman Empire. Its society was dynamic and marked by upward social and economic mobility, as the imperial peace...


Popular Cinema of the Third Reich

by Sabine Hake

Too often dismissed as escapist entertainment or vilified as mass manipulation, popular cinema in the Third Reich was in fact sustained by well-established generic conventions, cultural traditions, aesthetic...


Ritual and Power in Stone: The Performance of Rulership in Mesoamerican Izapan Style Art

by Julia Guernsey

The ancient Mesoamerican city of Izapa in Chiapas, Mexico, is renowned for its extensive collection of elaborate stone stelae and altars, which were carved during the Late Preclassic period (300 BC-AD 250)....


The Seasons of the Robin

by Don Grussing

In a small nest in a large oak tree, the drama begins. A young American Robin breaks open his shell and emerges into a world that will provide the warmth of sunny days and the life-threatening chill of cold,...


Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark: A Life of Service

by Mimi Clark Gronlund & Ramsey Clark

An associate justice on the renowned Warren Court whose landmark ruling in Brown v. Board of Education overturned racial segregation in schools and other public facilities, Tom C. Clark was a crusader for justice...


Art and Archaeology of Challuabamba, Ecuador

by Terence Grieder, James D. Farmer & David V. Hill

Challuabamba (chī-wa-bamba)-now a developing suburb of Cuenca, the principal city in the southern highlands of Ecuador-has been known for a century as an ancient site that produced exceptionally fine pottery...


Harry Huntt Ransom: Intellect in Motion

by Alan Gribben

Both a life story and a portrait of public higher education during the twentieth century, Harry Huntt Ransom captures the spirit of a dynamic individual who dedicated his talents to nurturing intellectual life...


Diodorus Siculus, the Persian Wars to the Fall of Athens: Books 11-14.34 (480-401 Bce)

by Peter Green

Only one surviving source provides a continuous narrative of Greek history from Xerxes' invasion to the Wars of the Successors following the death of Alexander the Great-the Bibliotheke, or "Library," produced...


Diodorus Siculus, Books 11-12.37.1: Greek History, 480-431 BC--The Alternative Version

by Peter Green

Sicilian historian Diodorus Siculus (ca. 100-30 BCE) is our only surviving source for a continuous narrative of Greek history from Xerxes' invasion to the Wars of the Successors following the death of Alexander...


Alexander Watkins Terrell: Civil War Soldier, Texas Lawmaker, American Diplomat

by Lewis L. Gould

Alexander Terrell's career placed him at the center of some of the most pivotal events in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century history, ranging from the Civil War to Emperor Maximilian's reign over Mexico...