Examines a major photography exhibit and its connections with the politics and culture of the 1950s, and how the U.S.I.A. used it to project a view of American culture abroad.
Subjects: American StudiesPhotography
Reyes and Waldman tell the stories of Chicano rock music in Southern California and the musicians who continue to make pop music with a Latin beat.
Subjects: American StudiesChicana and ChicanoMusic
Loeffler has recorded interviews with representatives of the diverse cultures of New Mexico, revealing the cultural mosaic of the people along the Continental Divide.
Subjects: American StudiesSouthwestSociology
The story of Charley Pyle's 3,400-mile cross country race and extravaganza and the men who endured 84 days of mountains, deserts, mud, and sandstorms to compete for a $25,000 grand prize.
Subjects: American StudiesHistorySports
Dedek paints a complex portrait of America's most famous highway.
Subjects: American StudiesHistory
In this updated study, Polly Kaufman discovers that staff are no longer able to fulfill the National Park Service mission without outside support.
Subjects: American StudiesHistoryWomen
Indian Country analyzes the works of Anglo writers and artists who encountered American Indians in the course of their travels in the Southwest during the one hundred-year period beginning in 1840.
Subjects: American IndiansAmerican StudiesSouthwest
This vastly expanded edition presents a lively interdisciplinary history of the first century of urban photography in America.
Subjects: American StudiesHistoryPhotography
A broad study of the Chicano/a movement in the Viet Nam War era.
Subjects: American StudiesChicana and Chicano
Bokovoy peels back the rhetoric of romance and reveals the legacies of the San Diego World's Fairs to reimagine the Indian and Hispanic Southwest.
Subjects: American StudiesAmerican WestHistory