History

Roadside New Mexico

A Guide to Historic Markers
Revised and Expanded Edition
By David Pike

This revised and expanded edition of Roadside New Mexico provides additional information about these sites and includes approximately one hundred new markers, sixty-five of which document the contribution of women to the history of New Mexico.

The Allure of Nezahualcoyotl

Pre-Hispanic History, Religion, and Nahua Poetics
By Jongsoo Lee

Lee offers a more realistic portrait of the legendary Aztec ruler Nezahualcoyotl, derived from examination of original Nahuatl codices and poetry, as well as Spanish chronicles.

Religion in New Spain

Edited by Susan SchroederStafford Poole

This extensive study examines the variety of religious practice and tradition that developed from the confluence of the numerous beliefs and cultures in the northern colonies of New Spain.

Chasing the Santa Fe Ring

Power and Privilege in Territorial New Mexico
By David L. Caffey

David L. Caffey’s book tells the story of the rise and fall of the Santa Fe Ring, looking beyond myth and symbol to explore the history of this remarkably durable alliance.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Of Love and Other Passions

Elites, Politics, and Family in Bogotá, Colombia, 1778–1870
By Guiomar Dueñas-Vargas

In Of Love and Other Passions Guiomar Dueñas-Vargas delves into the world of emotions among the bourgeois elite in Bogotá from the end of the colonial period to 1870.

All Trails Lead to Santa Fe

Guide and Map for Three National Historic Trails Connecting Santa Fe to the Rest of the World
By Kathryn HuelsterDick Huelster

This guide, created for the Three Trails Conference of 2015, tells the history of the El Camino Real, the Santa Fe Trail, and the Old Spanish Trail as they traced their paths across the state of New Mexico.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Spaceshots and Snapshots of Projects Mercury and Gemini

A Rare Photographic History
By John BisneyJ. L. Pickering

“A wonderful collection of rarely seen photographs that true space buffs will enjoy. The captions are worth their weight in space-fact gold.”—Richard W. Orloff, coauthor of Apollo: The Definitive Sourcebook

Maya Imagery, Architecture, and Activity

Space and Spatial Analysis in Art History
Edited by Maline D. Werness-RudeKaylee R. Spencer

Maya Imagery, Architecture, and Activity privileges art historical perspectives in addressing the ways the ancient Maya organized, manipulated, created, interacted with, and conceived of the world around them.

Workers Go Shopping in Argentina

The Rise of Popular Consumer Culture
By Natalia Milanesio

Combining theories from the anthropology of consumption, cultural studies, and gender studies with the methodologies of social, cultural, and oral histories, Milanesio shows the exceptional cultural and social visibility of low-income consumers in postwar Argentina along with their unprecedented economic and political influence.

The Women's National Indian Association

A History
Edited by Valerie Sherer Mathes

Mathes’s edited volume, the first book to address the history of the WNIA, comprises essays by eight authors on the work of this important reform group.

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