Albert S. Broussard, Maria Raquel Casas, Dudley Gardner, and Margaret Jacobs, series editors
This series rethinks how the ethnic experiences of different groups and subsequent processes of interaction have created the West as a distinct region. The series bridges the gap between old and new western history, suggesting an alternative that examines the racial and ethnic experience as a primary factor in the establishment of the West as a region, thus nurturing a dynamic, holistic perception of western history. Books published in the series explore the dynamic interactions between groups over time, with comparative approaches that showcase this interaction as a primary factor in creating the West's unique regional identity. This is an aggressive new vision for western history that combines process with place.