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The Ancient Future of the Itza: The Book of Chilam Balam of Tizimin

by Munro S. Edmonson

The title of Edmonson's work refers to the Mayan custom of first predicting their history and then living it, and it may be that no other peoples have ever gone so far in this direction. The Book of Chilam Balam...

Heaven Born Merida and Its Destiny: The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel

by Munro S. Edmonson

When the Spaniards conquered the Yucatan Peninsula in the early 1500s, they made a great effort to destroy or Christianize the native cultures flourishing there. That they were in large part unsuccessful is...

Fear on Trial

by John Henry Faulk

John Henry Faulk was a popular radio and television personality during the McCarthy era. He was host of his own radio program on WCBS in New York when he publicly challenged AWARE, Inc., an ultrapatriotic group...

The Natural History of the Traditional Quilt

by John Forrest & Deborah Blincoe

Traditional quilts serve many purposes over the course of a useful life. Beginning as a beautiful bed covering, a quilt may later function as a ground cover at picnics until years of wear relegate it to someone's...

African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision

by Tamara Brown

The first African American fraternities and sororities were established at the turn of the twentieth century to encourage leadership, racial pride, and academic excellence among black college students confronting...

Sam Houston, the Great Designer

by Llerena Friend

This biography of Sam Houston goes beyond the romantic frontier life of the "buckskin hero from Tennessee" to examine seriously his role as an American statesman.

Indians Into Mexicans: History and Identity in a Mexican Town

by David Frye

The people of Mexquitic, a town in the state of San Luis Potosí in rural northeastern Mexico, have redefined their sense of identity from "Indian" to "Mexican" over the last two centuries. In this ethnographic...

Anson Jones: The Last President of Texas

by Herbert Gambrell

This is the story of a New Englander who came penniless to Mexican Texas in 1833 and within the next decade helped to bring his adopted country through the turbulent disorders of settlement, revolution, political...

From Sail to Steam: Four Centuries of Texas Maritime History, 1500-1900

by Richard V. Francaviglia

The Gulf Coast has been a principal place of entry into Texas ever since Alonso Alvarez de Pineda explored these shores in 1519. Yet, nearly five hundred years later, the maritime history of Texas remains largely...

The Life of Our Language: Kaqchikel Maya Maintenance, Shift, and Revitalization

by Susan Garzon, R. McKenna Brown & Julia Becker Richards

The native Maya peoples of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize have been remarkably successful in maintaining their cultural identity during centuries of contact with and domination by outside groups. Yet...

In a Persian Mirror: Images of the West and Westerners in Iranian Fiction

by M.R. Ghanoonparvar

The extreme anti-Western actions and attitudes of Iranians in the past decade have astonished and dismayed the West, which has characterized the Iranian positions as irrational and inexplicable. In this groundbreaking...

A Wetland Biography: Seasons on Louisiana's Chenier Plain

by Gay M. Gomez

Louisiana's Chenier Plain is a 2,200-square-mile region of marshes and oak-covered ridges (cheniers) that stretches along the Gulf of Mexico from Sabine Lake to Vermilion Bay. Its inhabitants, some 6,000 people...

The Voice of the Masters: Writing and Authority in Modern Latin American Literature

by Roberto González Echevarría

By one of the most original and learned critical voices in Hispanic studies- a timely and ambitious study of authority as theme and authority as authorial strategy in modern Latin American literature.An ideology...

LBJ and the Presidential Management of Foreign Relations

by Paul Y. Hammond

In this insightful study, Paul Y. Hammond, an experienced analyst of bureaucratic politics, adapts and extends that approach to explain and evaluate the Johnson administration's performance in foreign relations...

Maury Maverick: A Political Biography

by Richard B. Henderson

Maury Maverick was possibly the first liberal United States Congressman from Texas to achieve national and even international stature. A dedicated Democrat, he was ready to attack Franklin D. Roosevelt whenever...

The Philosophy of Film Noir

by Mark Conard

From The Maltese Falcon (1941) to Touch of Evil (1958), the classic film noir is easily recognizable for its unusual lighting, sinister plots, and feeling of paranoia. For critics and fans alike, these films...

Gente Decente: A Borderlands Response to the Rhetoric of Dominance

by Leticia Magda Garza-Falcón

In his books The Great Plains, The Great Frontier, and The Texas Rangers, historian Walter Prescott Webb created an enduring image of fearless, white, Anglo male settlers and lawmen bringing civilization to...

Samuel Bell Maxey: A Biography

by Louise Horton

Samuel Bell Maxey was an important political figure in nineteenth-century Texas, but no previous book-length study of his life and career has been published. Louise Horton has utilized his private papers as...

Islam's Political Culture: Religion and Politics in Predivided Pakistan

by Nasim Ahmad Jawed

This book examines the political dimension of Islam in predivided Pakistan (1947-1971), one of the first new Muslim nations to commit itself to an Islamic political order and one in which the national debate...

Earth, Water, and Sky: A Naturalist's Stories and Sketches

by Paul A. Johnsgard

"As I write this, I am sitting in a cabin at Cedar Point Biological Station in southwestern Nebraska.... The glorious elemental mixture of earth, water, and sky around me is the home of nearly three hundred...