Browsing by Subject "Progressive Era"
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(2012-05)Human excrement is seldom considered to be an integral part of the human condition. Despite the relative silence regarding it, however, excrement has played a significant role in American history. Today the U.S. has more ...
John Barrett, Progressive Era Diplomat: A Study of a Commercial Expansionist, 1887-1920, by Salvatore Prisco III (Business History Review, 1974)
"Lizzie Crockett did have illicit intercourse with men other than her husband" : sexuality, race, and criminality in Austin at the turn of the twentieth century (2000-05)In this report, I investigate the formation of the stereotypes about sexually ready, available, and promiscuous Black and Mexican women in the history of the U.S. Southwest or Mexican Borderlands. Specifically, I argue ...
Modern displacements : urban injustice affecting working class communities of color in East Austin (2012-05)In this report I analyze both historical and contemporary urban planning policies enacted by the City of Austin, TX, through which I establish patterns of structural inequality affecting working class communities of color ...