University of Arizona Campus  •  March 10 - 11, 2018  •  9:30am to 5:30pm
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Flannery Burke

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Flannery Burke is an associate professor of history at St. Louis University, as well as the author of "A Land Apart: The Southwest and the Nation in the Twentieth Century."

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Flannery Burke
“A Land Apart: The Southwest and the Nation in the Twentieth Century” by Flannery Burke “A Land Apart” is not just a cultural history of the modern Southwest—it is a complete rethinking and recentering of the key players and primary events marking the Southwest in the twentieth century. Historian Flannery Burke emphasizes policy over politicians, communities over individuals, and stories over simple narratives.

University of Arizona Press (Seats 1)  View this venue on the Festival map
Sat, Mar 10, 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
History / Biography

Author: Flannery Burke
Bisbee Deportation
One hundred years ago, striking mine workers were illegally kidnapped and deported from Bisbee. Historian Flannery Burke and biographer Jane Little Botkin, along with moderator Robert Houston, discuss this historic moment and what it meant to labor and free-speech struggles.

UA Library - Special Collections (Seats 100)  View this venue on the Festival map
Sat, Mar 10, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
History / Biography
Signing area: Sales & Signing Area - Integrated Learning Center (following presentation)  View this venue on the Festival map

Panelists: Jane Botkin, Flannery Burke
Moderator: Robert Houston

A Land Apart
History / Biography
University of Arizona Press
May 2017
ISBN 9780816528417
424 pages
$30.00, INSTORE
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"A new kind of history of the Southwest (mainly New Mexico and Arizona) that foregrounds the stories of Latino and Indigenous peoples who made the Southwest matter to the nation in the twentieth century"--Provided by publisher.

From Greenwich Village to Taos: Primitivism and Place at Mabel Dodge Luhan's
History / Biography
University of Kansas Press
December 2016
ISBN 9780700622368
260 pages
$24.95, INSTOCK
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The story of art patron Mabel Dodge Luhan and the literary and artistic figures she attracted to northern New Mexico between 1917 and 1929.

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