ISSN 0022-3840 (Print); ISSN 1540-5931 (Online)
The Legacy of African Slavery in Colonial Mexico, 1519-1810
Champions of Mexico in Ante-Bellum America
Joaquin Murieta, Mexican History, and Popular Myths of Freedom
Mexico's Vision of Manifest Destiny during the 1847 War
Rosario Rodríguez Díaz, María
History, Culture, and the Mexican-American War: Robert Lewis Taylor's Two Roads to Guadalupé
Bratzel, John F.
The American Invasion of New Mexico and Mexican Merchants
Sandoval, David A.
Popular Fiction and the U.S.-Mexico War: Thomas Mayne Reid's The Rifle Rangers (1850) and John Ludlum McConnel's Talbot and Vernon (1850)
Noverr, Douglas A.
The Cross and the Compass: Manifest Destiny, Religious Aspects of the Mexican-American War
The Legacy of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo on Tejanos' Land
Manifest Destiny and the Trans-Mississippi South: Natural Laws and the Extension of Slavery into Mexico
“Extending the Light and Blessings of Our Purer Faith”: Anti-Catholic Sentiment among American Soldiers in the U.S.-Mexican War
Pinheiro, John C.
“The Precious, the Priceless Right of Way across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec” (1846-1849)
Suárez, Ana R.
The Regional Conflict, the Contractors, and the Construction Projects of a Road to the Pacific at the End of the War between Mexico and the United States
The Dialogic Genres of Oprah Winfrey's “Crying Shame”
The Battle for Local Identity: An Ethnographic Description of Local/Global Tensions in a New Zealand Advertisement
Literary Retailing and the (Re)making of Popular Reading
McGinley, William; Conley, Katanna