This course examines the US-Mexican borderlands from an interdisciplinary perspective. Through exposure to a range of methods and subjects, we will better understand the region’s history, politics, and culture. We will employ this interdisciplinary approach in order to analyze the formation, merging, and contestation of gendered, racialized, and national identities and how they intersect with issues of mobility and belonging, law and order, the local and the global.
[Source: Registrar, 03/30/2022]; Dist: SOC; WCult:CI
You can use one of these subject headings to start your research in the library's online catalog:
You can find articles about the U. S. - Mexico border region in various magazines and journals. We also have a title which looks specifically at border studies, Estudios Fronterizos. The journal began its life looking exclusively at the Mexican-American border area. To find other articles, you can use HAPI or use the search box at the top of the page.
Use this guide to help you learn how to correctly cite and keep track of the references you find for your research.
Want an easy way to keep up with the journal literature for all facets of Geography? And you use a mobile device? You can install the BrowZine app and create a custom Bookshelf of your favorite journal titles. Then you will get the Table of Contents (ToCs) of your favorite journals automatically delivered to you when they become available. Once you have the ToC's, you can download and read the articles you want from the journals for which we have subscriptions.
You can get the app from the App Store or Google Play.
Don't own or use a mobile device? You can still use BrowZine! It's also available in a web version. You can get to it here. The web version works the same way as the app version. Find the journals you like, create a custom Bookshelf, get ToCs and read the articles you want.