Charreada celebrates Mexican culture and heritage, but women encounter limitations.
Anne Hyde gives us a sweeping yet intimate narrative of the worlds that Euro-American traders and Native peoples built in the early-nineteenth-century West. It should also serve as a call to arms.
Editor's Note: This post is the first in a new series featuring abstracts for past and upcoming conference presentations. Publishing abstracts on this blog enables us to share ongoing research far beyond the boundaries of the conferences at which these presentations are given. If you find an abstract interesting, we encourage you to contact the … Continue reading The Charreada in the U.S.: A National Sport in Another Nation