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Put Down Roots
Austin woman among those to be featured on PBS' 'Genealogy Roadshow'
"...that the research is now one of Serna's case studies. She found out what ties she has to the..."

Oct. 11, 2013 Screens Feature by R.U. Steinberg

Event Menu
Green living, whiskey drinking, and artsy eating
"...series sponsored by the Long Institute of Latin American Studies at UT. It's free and will be followed by..."

April 23, 2010 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Do the Tighten Up
'Texas Funk' Spreads the Little-known Gospel
"...Texas Funk, the album also highlights the contributions of Mexican-American acts that dabbled in funk at the time, including..."

May 16, 2003 Music Feature by Greg Beets

Mixed Up Signals
"...the pollution from badly planned developments. According to city studies, it will cost over $70 million to try and..."

April 24, 1998 Column

Naked City
"...Mayor Pro Tem Domingo Garcia carried the two predominately Mexican-American districts, finishing third with 13%. According to the Dallas..."

May 12, 1995 News Feature

New Documentary Shows the Beauty of the Border, and the Perils of a Barrier
The River and the Wall captures a wilderness without divisions
"...Ben Masters, UT professor of Mexican American & Latina/o Studies C.J. Alvarez, and Defenders of Wildlife Senior Representative Paul..."

May 3, 2019 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Public Citizen Tom “Smitty” Smith Looks Back on a Life Well Lived
The man in the white hat's relentless hard work and willed optimism
"...In 1974, he received his B.A. there in urban studies, and had already begun what became his life's work..."

Dec. 16, 2016 News Feature by Michael King

The Ghost of Developers Past
Rainey Street's struggle to retain its historic integrity has opened up some gems
"...northern half of the subdivision's Block 7 (now the Mexican-American Cultural Cen­ter). The regular passage of supply laden mule..."

May 25, 2012 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

On the Lege: A $156 Million Disaster
The Accenture scheme blows up in the state's face
"...facts of their own. Van de Putte said academic studies have shown that photo ID requirements will negatively impact..."

March 23, 2007 News Column

Ellis: Voter ID Bills Are Dead
Houston lawmaker says he can kill any bills that would require a photo ID to vote.
"...of their own. Van de Putte said that academic studies have shown that photo-ID requirements will negatively impact 6..."

March 16, 2007 News Post by Lee Nichols

Speaking Out From the Border
A new play by Gregory Ramos, Border Voices: An Intimate Theatrical Montage about Sex, Fear, and Love on the U.S.-Mexico Border revisits the complex symbolism of the border in the personal stories of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals living in El Paso, Texas; Juarez, Mexico; and Las Cruces, New Mexico.
"...have often used the U.S.-Mexico border to explain the Mexican-American experience in a well-established body of scholarship now known..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Where Are They Now?
"...Barrera is currently a research fellow at UT's American Studies Department and is working on a new manuscript...."

July 4, 2003 Screens Feature

Conventional Thinking
Supporters Say Prop. 1 Is Key to Downtown's Future
"...owners, developers, bicycle advocates, homeless advocates, supporters of a Mexican-American Cultural Center, and more. Their input is now being..."

April 10, 1998 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Take Three
Local Drought Doesn't Apply to Filmmaking
"...handful of attorneys. Bill Stott, a professor of American studies and English at the University of Texas and one..."

Aug. 16, 1996 Screens Feature by Karl Pallmeyer

Cinema of the Americas
A Festival of Latino Films Showcases New Visions of an Old and Resurging Culture
"...amazing degree of honesty and creativity. Ranging from documentary studies of classical dancers and metal rockers in Havana to..."

April 13, 2001 Screens Feature by David Garza

TFN's 'Briefing Paper' on ACC Board Candidate Marc Levin
"...Texas. When UT Professor Lino Graglia said "Blacks and Mexican-Americans are not academically competitive with whites in selective institutions,"..."

June 4, 2004 News Feature

As Much Magic as Fact
In the month since the much-hyped publication of Stephen Harrigan's historical novel The Gates of the Alamo, a visible restructuring of the public notion of the fort has seized the imagination of Texas. Chronicle writer David Garza explains why.
"...existed at the time of the siege required extended studies of period politics, clothing, agriculture, family tales, nuanced fables..."

March 24, 2000 Books Feature by David Garza

Naked City
" a flop.) Read the entire report online at; for more reefer-related news, see Reefer Madness. – J.S...."

March 30, 2007 News Feature

Our readers talk back.
"...script of our civic life, with dubious outcomes. Empirical studies at Harvard University and others have questioned the cost/benefit..."

Oct. 25, 2002 Column

Devil in the Details
Why Is 'Talented Amateur Historian' Leon Day Obsessed With the Death of Ambrose Bierce?
"...only a small piece in a tiny journal called Studies in Weird Fiction in 1999, and pecking away at..."

May 17, 2002 Books Feature by James McWilliams

Postmarks Web Extra
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
"...everyone is pulling together as Americans, not "African-Americans" or "Mexican-Americans" or "Native Americans."..."

Oct. 19, 2001 Column

Postmarks Web Extra
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
"...everyone is pulling together as Americans, not "African-Americans" or "Mexican-Americans" or "Native Americans."..."

Oct. 12, 2001 Column

Every Woman Everywhere
UT, ALLGO, and Resistencia honor the life and work of the late Gloria Anzaldúa
"...difference. For a group of students taking a gender studies course at Qinghai Normal University in Xihing City, China,..."

Oct. 15, 2004 Books Feature by Belinda Acosta

Our readers talk back.
"...everyone is pulling together as Americans, not "African-Americans" or "Mexican-Americans" or "Native Americans."..."

Oct. 5, 2001 Column

Postmarks Web Extra
Our readers' letters regarding the September 11 terrorist attacks
"...everyone is pulling together as Americans, not "African-Americans" or "Mexican-Americans" or "Native Americans."..."

Sept. 28, 2001 Column

Standing Rock Pipeline Protests Bring New Life to Old Struggles
“It’s about all of us”
"...Navajo post-doc fellow at the Clem­ents Center for Southwest Studies at South­ern Methodist University, encountered a sense of "revivalism"..."

Sept. 30, 2016 News Feature by Greg Harman

Our readers talk back.
"...also beyond doubt -- thanks to a panoply of studies -- that urbanization in the Barton Springs Watershed continues..."

April 4, 2003 Column

Our readers talk back.
"...The Consumers Union Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs,"

Nov. 16, 2001 Column

sxsw: Daily Texan Reunion
Another year older, another year wiser
"...(And Why We Should Worry) and professor of media studies and law at the University of Virginia; and •..."

March 16, 2011 SXSW Post by R.U. Steinberg

Our readers talk back.
" very important to people living with HIV as studies show that ETHA could reduce the AIDS death rate..."

April 16, 2004 Column

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