The New Directions in Tejano History Series will further a multiethnic, multiracial understanding of the unique identities formed on the Texas/Mexico border from the mixture of Native, Spanish, Mexican, and American cultures. The series will advance the history of this diverse and complex cultural identity beyond the traditional lens of migration, immigration, and labor. It will examine such topics as Tejano activism and accomplishment in higher education, business, politics, war, art, music, and literature. Works in the series will not be limited to academic monographs, and contributors are encouraged to submit innovative and original manuscripts and proposals involving individuals, families, organizations, and communities whose stories add insight and complexity to the narrative of Tejano history.
Texas A&M University Kingsville
West Texas A&M University