Bridging cultures : reflections on the heritage identity of the Texas-Mexico borderlands /
Borderlands. They stretch across national boundaries. They encompass many shared interests, relationships and histories. They create a unique space that extends beyond the international boundary. They extend north and south of what we think of as the actual "border," encompassing even the...
College Station :
Texas A&M University Press,
|Series:||Summerfield G. Roberts Texas history series.
- Section 1: Chronology in Context : 1. The Spanish Borderlands: An Overview / by Jesús F. de la Teja
- 2. The Indigenous Borderlands: Cultures without Boundaries / by Daniel J. Gelo
- Section 2: Defining Heritage Continuity and Contemporary Values in the Built Environment : 3. The Architecture of the Twentieth Century: Management of a Cultural Tradition of Modernity / by Enrique X. de Anda Alanis
- 4. The Many Values of Cultural Heritage / by William A. Dupont
- 5. The Question of Modern Heritage: Mid-Twentieth Century Architecture of the Texas-Tamaulipas Border / by Stephen Fox
- 6. Picturing Reynosa: Visualizing the Past of a Río Bravo Mexican Border Town / by Daniel D. Arreola
- Section 3: Continuity of Cultural Heritage : 7. Extended Borders and Cultural Citizenship / by Harriett D. Romo and Gabriel Aguilar
- 8. The Enduring Practice of Quinceañeras in the Borderlands: How a Timeless Ritual Maintains Culture, Language, and Latinx Identities / by Patricia Sánchez and Melinda Vargas
- 9. Texas Borderlands Artists: A Modern Perspective / by Ricardo Romo
- 10. Traversing Beloved Topographies of Immanence: Storying the Borderlands Imaginary / by John Phillip Santos
- Section 4: Discontinuity of Cultural Heritage : 11. Militarized Borders and Digital Bridges: Ethnography, Art Exhibitions, and Archives / by Margaret E. Dorsey and Miguel Díaz-Barriga
- 12. A History of Conflict and Resilience: Borderlands Transformations / by Harriett d. Romo and William A. Dupont.