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Reverberations of racial violence critical reflections on the history of the border

Foreword / Antonia I. Castañeda -- Introduction: Memory, violence, and history in the 1919 Canales investigation / Sonia Hernández and John Morán González -- Poem 1. Yo soy de Frank Rabbaté / Diana Noreen Rivera -- Section I. La Matanza and the Canales investigation in context -- Refusing to forget: a brief history / Trinidad Gonzales, Benjamin Heber Johnson, and Monica Muñoz Martinez -- Anglos, Mexicans, and Rangers in Texas, 1850-1900 / Andrew R. Graybill -- Texas in four parts: the bordered world of 1919 / Walter L. Buenger -- La Matanza and the Canales investigation in comparative perspective / William D. Carrigan and Clive Webb -- Representation, refusal, and remembrance: lynching and extralegal violence in Mexico and the United States, 1890s-1930s / Gema Kloppe-Santamaría -- Section II. J. T. Canales, resistance, and resilience -- The world of education among ethnic Mexicans in J. T. Canales's South Texas / Philis M. Barragán Goetz and Carlos K. Blanton -- Humanizing La Raza: the activist journalism of the Idar family in early twentieth-century Texas / Gabriela González -- José Tomás Canales and the paradox of power / Richard Ribb -- J. T. Canales's contributions in law, civil rights, and education, 1920-1976 / Cynthia E. Orozco -- Section III. Reflections on recovering a history of state violence and its reverberations -- Hidden history: a journey through the past, with hard lessons for the present / Kirby F. Warnock -- Recovering the 1919 Canales investigation of the Texas Ranger Force: archival investigation and its consequences, 1975-2010 / James A. Sandos -- The legacy of La Matanza, intergenerational trauma, and the writing of El Rinche / Christopher Carmona -- Stewarding the personal narratives of painful history / Margaret Koch -- Reckoning with the past toward the here and now / Katherine Hite -- Poem 2. Living witness / Nati Román -- Epilogue / John Phillip Santos
Print Book, English, 2021
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University of Texas Press, Austin, 2021
History
x, 310 Seiten Illustrationen, Karten 24 cm
9781477322680, 147732268X
1264293311
Foreword (Antonia I. Castañeda) Acknowledgments Introduction: Memory, Violence, and History in the 1919 Canales Investigation (Sonia Hernández and John Morán González) Poem 1. Yo Soy de Frank Rabbaté (Diana Noreen Rivera) Section I. La Matanza and the Canales Investigation in Context Chapter 1. Refusing to Forget: A Brief History (Trinidad Gonzales, Benjamin Heber Johnson, and Monica Muñoz Martinez) Chapter 2. Anglos, Mexicans, and Rangers in Texas, 1850–1900 (Andrew R. Graybill) Chapter 3. Texas in Four Parts: The Bordered World of 1919 (Walter L. Buenger) Chapter 4. La Matanza and the Canales Investigation in Comparative Perspective (William D. Carrigan and Clive Webb) Chapter 5. Representation, Refusal, and Remembrance: Lynching and Extralegal Violence in Mexico and the United States, 1890s–1930s (Gema Kloppe-Santamaría) Section II. J. T. Canales, Resistance, and Resilience Chapter 6. The World of Education among Ethnic Mexicans in J. T. Canales’s South Texas (Philis M. Barragán Goetz and Carlos K. Blanton) Chapter 7. Humanizing La Raza: The Activist Journalism of the Idar Family in Early Twentieth-Century Texas (Gabriela González) Chapter 8. José Tomás Canales and the Paradox of Power (Richard Ribb) Chapter 9. J. T. Canales’s Contributions in Law, Civil Rights, and Education, 1920–1976 (Cynthia E. Orozco) Section III. Reflections on Recovering a History of State Violence and Its Reverberations Chapter 10. Hidden History: A Journey through the Past, with Hard Lessons for the Present (Kirby F. Warnock) Chapter 11. Recovering the 1919 Canales Investigation of the Texas Ranger Force: Archival Investigation and Its Consequences, 1975–2010 (James A. Sandos) Chapter 12. The Legacy of La Matanza, Intergenerational Trauma, and the Writing of El Rinche (Christopher Carmona) Chapter 13. Stewarding the Personal Narratives of Painful History (Margaret Koch) Chapter 14. Reckoning with the Past toward the Here and Now (Katherine Hite) Poem 2. Living Witness (Nati Román) Epilogue (John Phillip Santos) Contributors Index
Includes bibliographical references and index