In Texas through Time, twelve eminent scholars contribute evaluations of the historical literature in their respective fields of expertise—from Texas-Mexican culture and African-American roles to agrarianism, progressivism, and the New Deal; from perspectives on women to the urban experience of the Sunbelt boom and near-bust. The cumulative effort describes and analyzes what Texas history is and how it got that way.
" Avowedly revisionist . . . a hard-hitting analysis of Texas historiography.” —East Texas Historical Association
" An absolute must for research library collections and scholars of Texas history.”—Books of the Southwest
" Should be well thumbed by any historian concerned with Texas topics."—Southern Historian
" A long-needed assessment of more than a century's worth of books, articles, masters theses, and doctoral dissertations on Texas history. . . . a well-conceived project that will prove to be a godsend for graduate students and their mentors, Texana' collectors, and journalists."—Journal of the West
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