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Texas Takes Wing: A Century of Flight in the Lone Star State

by Barbara Ganson

Tracing the hundred-year history of aviation in Texas, aviator and historian Barbara Ganson brings to life the colorful personalities that shaped the phenomenally successful development of this industry in the...


Mexican Americans and the Question of Race

by Julie A. Dowling

With Mexican Americans constituting a large and growing segment of U.S. society, their assimilation trajectory has become a constant source of debate. Some believe Mexican Americans are following the path of...


When Mexicans Could Play Ball: Basketball, Race, and Identity in San Antonio, 1928-1945

by Ignacio M. García

In 1939, a team of short, scrappy kids from a vocational school established specifically for Mexican Americans became the high school basketball champions of San Antonio, Texas. Their win, and the ensuing riot...


Latina/OS and World War II: Mobility, Agency, and Ideology

by Maggie Rivas-Rodríguez & B. V. Olguín

The first book-length study of Latina/o experiences in World War II over a wide spectrum of identities and ancestries-from Cuban American, Spanish American, and Mexican American segments to the under-studied...


American Christianity: The Continuing Revolution

by Stephen Cox

Christianity takes an astonishing variety of forms in America, from churches that cherish traditional modes of worship to evangelical churches and fellowships, Pentecostal churches, social-action churches, megachurches,...


Red Scare: Right-Wing Hysteria, Fifties Fanaticism, and Their Legacy in Texas

by Don E. Carleton & John Henry Faulk

Winner of the Texas State Historical Association Coral Horton Tullis Memorial Prize for Best Book on Texas History, this authoritative study of red-baiting in Texas reveals that what began as a coalition against...


Oveta Culp Hobby: Colonel, Cabinet Member, Philanthropist

by Debra L. Winegarten

Oveta Culp Hobby (1905-1995) had a lifetime of stellar achievement. During World War II, she was asked to build a women's army from scratch-and did. Hobby became Director of the Women's Army Corps and the first...


The Crabby Cook Cookbook: Recipes and Rants

by Jessica Harper

Introducing a very funny, slightly edgy, winning new kind of cookbook Jessica Harper-that Jessica Harper, star of Minority Report, Stardust Memories, Love and Death, Pennies from Heaven, and more-is a working...


Qué Puedes Esperar Cuando Estás Esperando: 4th Edition

by Arlene Eisenberg & Heidi Murkoff

Announcing the new Spanish-language translation of What to Expect When You're Expecting: 4th Edition, America's pregnancy bible with over 16 million copies in print. Originally published as Que se Puede Esperar...


Can I Wear My Nose Ring to the Interview?: A Crash Course in Finding, Landing, and Keeping Your First Real Job

by Ellen Reeves

A witty, friendly, unexpected job hunter's bible that finally answers the real questions. Yes, if you're wedded to your nose ring, wear it to the interview. No, you shouldn't be e-mailing out hundreds of résumés....


Today I Will Nourish My Inner Martyr: Affirmations for Cynics

by Sarah Wells & Ann Thornhill

Tonight, by moonlight, I will rake my

leaves into my neighbor's yard.

Had it up to here with sugary-sweet affirmation books that ignore the pleasures of resentment and mean-spiritedness? Tired of the self-helpaholics...


Authentic Texas: People of the Big Bend

by Marcia Hatfield Daudistel & Bill Wright

The Texas of vast open spaces inhabited by independent, self-reliant men and women may be more of a dream than a reality for the state's largely urban population, but it still exists in the Big Bend. One of...


Jose Limon and La Malinche: The Dancer and the Dance

by Patricia Seed

José Limón (1908-1972) was one of the leading figures of modern dance in the twentieth century. Hailed by the New York Times as "the finest male dancer of his time" when the José Limón Dance Company debuted...


The Art of Professing in Bourbon Mexico: Crowned-Nun Portraits and Reform in the Convent

by James M. Córdova

In the eighteenth century, New Spaniards (colonial Mexicans) so lauded their nuns that they developed a local tradition of visually opulent portraits, called monjas coronadas or "crowned nuns," that picture...


Mexican Revolution: Genesis Under Madero

by Charles C. Cumberland

The Mexican Revolution is one of the most important and ambitious sociopolitical experiments in modem times. The Revolution developed in three distinct stages: the overthrow of the Díaz dictatorship, the subsequent...


Ruben Dario and the Romantic Search for Unity: The Modernist Recourse to Esoteric Tradition

by Cathy Login Jrade

Modernism was the major Spanish American literary movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Leader of that influential movement was Rubén Darío, the Nicaraguan now recognized as one of...


Guy of Warwick

by William B. Todd

The story of Sir Guy, once as familiar as the tales of King Arthur, is now largely forgotten. Originally composed about 1240 A.D., this heroic romance early circulated in countless manuscripts, first in poetic,...


Folklore Methodology: Formulated by Julius Krohn and Expanded by Nordic Researchers

by Kaarle Krohn & Roger L. Welsch

Kaarle Krohn's Folklore Methodology was the first systematic attempt to state a method of studying folkloristic materials. For centuries scholars had collected folkloristic texts and had commented on them, but...


Americo Paredes: Culture and Critique

by José E. Limón

Several biographies of Américo Paredes have been published over the last decade, yet they generally overlook the paradoxical nature of his life's work. Embarking on an in-depth, critical exploration of the...


Poor Pearl, Poor Girl!: The Murdered-Girl Stereotype in Ballad and Newspaper

by Anne B. Cohen

The year was 1896, and nineteenth-century journalists called the murder of Pearl Bryan the "Crime of the Century." From the day Pearl's headless body was found to the execution of her murderers on the gallows,...