Keywords: Borderlands, U.S.-Mexico Border
AbstractTaking up the perception of the U.S.-Mexico border region as a transnational social, cultural, and geographic space, the essays of this volume address transnational cultures of the borderlands from multiple perspectives, exploring cultural articulations from the entire border area as well as the complexity and intersectionality of ethnic, national, and class identities in the region.
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Haas, A., and M. Herrera-Sobek. “Introduction”. American Studies Journal, Vol. 57, Oct. 2011, doi:10.18422/57-01.