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Excerpt from Unruly Domestication by Kristin Skrabut

Excerpt from Unruly Domestication by Kristin Skrabut

Unruly Domestication investigates how Peru’s ongoing, internationally endorsed “war on poverty” shapes politics, intimate identities, and urban space in Lima. Drawing on a decade of embedded, ethnographic research in Lima’s largest… READ MORE

Lisa Keefauver at P&T Knitwear

Lisa Keefauver at P&T Knitwear

Lisa Keefauver at P&T Knitwear Bookstore P&T Knitwear Bookstore in New York, NY, hosts a Grief Is a Sneaky Bitch book conversation and signing with author Lisa Keefauver and Cyndie… READ MORE

Q&A with Mónica M. Salas Landa on Visible Ruins

Q&A with Mónica M. Salas Landa on Visible Ruins

The Mexican Revolution (1910–1920) introduced a series of state-led initiatives promising modernity, progress, national grandeur, and stability. Far from accomplishing their stated goals, however, these initiatives concealed violence, and permitted… READ MORE

The Alliance for Texas History

We are pleased to exhibit at the inaugural Texas History in the 21st Century symposium hosted by the Alliance for Texas History in Fort Worth from April 26 – April… READ MORE

Graduation Flash Sale

50% off Conditionally Accepted with code UTXGRAD This graduation season, we’re offering a flash sale on Conditionally Accepted: Navigating Higher Education from the Margins edited by Eric Joy Denise and… READ MORE

Q&A with Oil Cities author Henry Wiencek

Q&A with Oil Cities author Henry Wiencek

In 1904, prospectors discovered oil in the rural parishes of North Louisiana just outside Shreveport. As rural cotton fields gave way to dense, industrial centers of energy extraction, migrants from… READ MORE