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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...

Mexican Women and the Other Side of Immigration: Engendering Transnational Ties

by Luz María| Gordillo

Weaving narratives with gendered analysis and historiography of Mexicans in the Midwest, Mexican Women and the Other Side of Immigration examines the unique transnational community created between San Ignacio...

Negotiating for the Past: Archaeology, Nationalism, and Diplomacy in the Middle East, 1919-1941

by James F. Goode

The discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922 was a landmark event in Egyptology that was celebrated around the world. Had Howard Carter found his prize a few years earlier, however, the treasures of Tut...

Border Renaissance: The Texas Centennial and the Emergence of Mexican American Literature

by John Morán| González

The Texas Centennial of 1936, commemorated by statewide celebrations of independence from Mexico, proved to be a powerful catalyst for the formation of a distinctly Mexican American identity. Confronted by a...

Culture of Empire: American Writers, Mexico, and Mexican Immigrants, 1880-1930

by Gilbert G. González

A history of the Chicano community cannot be complete without taking into account the United States' domination of the Mexican economy beginning in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, writes Gilbert...

Zapotec Science: Farming and Food in the Northern Sierra of Oaxaca

by Roberto J. González

Zapotec farmers in the northern sierra of Oaxaca, Mexico, are highly successful in providing their families with abundant, nutritious food in an ecologically sustainable fashion, although the premises that guide...

Woman with a Movie Camera: My Life as a Russian Filmmaker

by Marina Goldovskaya, Antonina W. Bouis & Robert Rosen

Marina Goldovskaya is one of Russia's best-known documentary filmmakers. The first woman in Russia (and possibly the world) to combine being a director, writer, cinematographer, and producer, Goldovskaya has...

School Choice Tradeoffs: Liberty, Equity, and Diversity

by R. Kenneth Godwin & Frank R. Kemerer

Educational policy in a democracy goes beyond teaching literacy and numeracy. It also supports teaching moral reasoning, political tolerance, respect for diversity, and citizenship. Education policy should encourage...

Surrender (But Don't Give Yourself Away): Old Cars, Found Hope, and Other Cheap Tricks

by Spike Gillespie

Spike Gillespie tells it like it is. Whether she's writing about men, mothering or money, she cuts to the chase, unabashedly recounting the exhilaration and uncertainty she is forever encountering along the...

Invisible City: Poverty, Housing, and New Urbanism

by John I. Gilderbloom

A legendary figure in the realms of public policy and academia, John Gilderbloom is one of the foremost urban-planning researchers of our time, producing groundbreaking studies on housing markets, design, location,...

Iranian Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century

by Ali Gheissari

Since the middle of the nineteenth century, Iranian intellectuals have been preoccupied by issues of political and social reform, Iran's relation with the modern West, and autocracy, or arbitrary rule. Drawing...

Jazz Mavericks of the Lone Star State

by Dave Oliphant

Jazz is one of America's greatest gifts to the arts, and native Texas musicians have played a major role in the development of jazz from its birth in ragtime, blues, and boogie-woogie to its most contemporary...

Oil in Texas: The Gusher Age, 1895-1945

by Diana Davids Hinton & Roger M. Olien

As the twentieth century began, oil in Texas was easy to find, but the quantities were too small to attract industrial capital and production. Then, on January 10, 1901, the Spindletop gusher blew in. Over the...

La Pinta: Chicana/o Prisoner Literature, Culture, and Politics

by B. V. Olguín

In this groundbreaking study based on archival research about Chicana and Chicano prisoners-known as Pintas and Pintos-as well as fresh interpretations of works by renowned Pinta and Pinto authors and activists,...

Conquistadores de la Calle: Child Street Labor in Guatemala City

by Thomas A. Offit

The first comprehensive, book-length study of its kind, Conquistadores de la Calle presents the findings of nearly two years of ethnographic research on the streets of Guatemala City, toppling conventional wisdom...

Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community: Power, Conflict, and Solidarity

by Gilda L. Ochoa

On the surface, Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants to the United States seem to share a common cultural identity but often make uneasy neighbors. Discrimination and assimilationist policies have influenced...

Greek and Roman Comedy: Translations and Interpretations of Four Representative Plays

by Timothy J. Moore, George Fredric Franko & Shawn O'Bryhim

Much of what we know of Greco-Roman comedy comes from the surviving works of just four playwrights-the Greeks Aristophanes and Menander and the Romans Plautus and Terence. To introduce these authors and their...

Social Stratification and Mobility in Central Veracruz

by Hugo G. Nutini

Since the Revolution of 1910, Mexican society has undergone a profound transformation, characterized by the disempowerment of the landed aristocracy and the rise of a new ruling class of plutocrats and politicians;...

Social Stratification in Central Mexico, 1500-2000

by Hugo G. Nutini & Barry L. Isaac

In Aztec and colonial Central Mexico, every individual was destined for lifelong placement in a legally defined social stratum or estate. Social mobility became possible after independence from Spain in 1821...