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In Forging Arizona Anita Huizar-Hernández looks back at a bizarre nineteenth-century land grant scheme that tests the limits of how ideas about race, citizenship, and national expansion are forged.  An important addition to extant scholarship on the U.S. Southwest,  this book recovers a forgotten case that reminds readers that the borders that divide  are only as stable as the narratives that define them. 

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In Forging Arizona Anita Huizar-Hernández looks back at a bizarre nineteenth-century land grant scheme that tests the limits of how ideas about race, citizenship, and national expansion are forged.  An important addition to extant scholarship on the U.S. Southwest,  this book recovers a forgotten case that reminds readers that the borders that divide  are only as stable as the narratives that define them. 
Autorenporträt
ANITA HUIZAR-HERNÁNDEZ is an assistant professor of border studies in the department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona in Tucson.