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Title The U.S.-Mexico border : transcending divisions, contesting identities / edited by David Spener and Kathleen Staudt.
Published Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998.
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 Floor2  F787 .U66 1998    IN LIBRARY
Description viii, 264 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The view from the frontier: theoretical perspectives undisciplined / Kathleen Staudt and David Spener -- Nations and borders: romantic nationalism and the project of modernity / Víctor Zúñiga -- Re-presenting the public interest on the U.S.-Mexico border / Michelle A. Saint-Germain -- Small business, social capital, and economic integration on the Texas-Mexico border / David Spener and Bryan R. Roberts -- Visiting the mother country: border-crossing as a cultural practice / Olivia Ruiz -- Mexico reflects on the United States: colonias, politics, and public services in fragmented federalism / Kathleen Staudt, with Angélica Holguín and Magda Alarcón -- Globalizing Tenochtitlán? Feminist geo-politics: Mexico City as borderland / Julie A. Murphy Erfani -- Border signs: graffiti, contested identities, and everyday resistance in Los Angeles / Bradley J. Macdonald -- The competing meanings of the label "Chicano" in El Paso / Pablo Vila -- New relationships between territory and state: the U.S.-Mexico border in perspective / Mathias Albert and Lothar Brock -- Conclusion: rebordering / David Spener and Kathleen Staudt.
Note Errata page inserted following T.P.
Subject Mexican-American Border Region.
United States -- Relations -- Mexico.
Mexico -- Relations -- United States.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Economic conditions.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Politics and government.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Ethnic relations.
Related Names Spener, David, 1961-
Staudt, Kathleen A.
Alternate Title United States-Mexico border
ISBN 1555877966 (alk. paper)
OCLC number 39381278