In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

  • Volume Contents

Number 1, Spring 2014

The Ocotillo Water War and the U.S.-Mexico “Salinity Crisis”: An Examination of Transitivity and Scale in Environmental Justice  
    Stephen Mumme and Peter Leigh Taylor 1
Making the Desert Blossom: Spreading the Gospel of Irrigation  
    Katherine Heslop 29
Ethnic Militias and Insurgency in the Arizpe Intendancy  
    José Marcos Medina Bustos 53
“Certain Flies in the Ointment”: Mulford Winsor and the Development of Arizona’s Archives  
    John Irwin 83
Sonoran Adventure: A 1981 Journey  
    Bernard L. Fontana 183

Number 2, Summer 2014

O’odham and the Pimería Alta

Bringing O’odham into the “Pimería Alta”: Introduction  
    Dale S. Brenneman 205
Establishing Connections to Place: Identifying O’odham Place Names in Early Spanish Documents  
    Ronald Geronimo 219
Torture in Colonial Spain’s Northwestern Frontier: The Case of Joseph Romero “Canito,” 1686  
    Anton Daughters 233
The Mototícachi Massacre: Authorized Pimas and the Specter of the Insurrectionary Indian  
    Lucero Radonic 253
Learning the Landscape: The O’odham Acclimation of Father Agustín de Campos  
    Dale S. Brenneman 269
Healing on the Edge: The Construction of Medicine on the Jesuit Frontier of Northern New Spain  
    Rebecca Crocker 293
The Paradox of Friendship: Loyalty and Betrayal on the Sonoran Frontier  
    Ignacio Martínez 319
Colonial Tensions in the Governance of Indigenous Authorities and the Pima Uprising of 1751  
    Rodrigo F. Rentería-Valencia 345

[End Page 771]

Number 3, Autumn 2014

Publishing the Southwest  
    Jeffrey M. Banister 365
Between Yoris and Guarijíos: Chronicles of Anthropology  
    María Teresa Valdivia Dounce 370
  The Diffuse Line: Ethnography and Literature in Mexican Anthropology  
    Andrés Medina Hernández 377
  Sierra de Nadie  
    María Teresa Valdivia Dounce 402
  Like a Painted Footprint  
    Cipriano Buitimea Romero María Teresa Valdivia Dounce 481
  Portfolio of Photographs by David Burckhalter 529
  Acknowledgments 548
  Notes 548
  Bibliography 551

[End Page 772]

Number 4, Winter 2014

Racial Fluidity in the Borderlands: Intermarriages between Blacks and Mexicans in Southern Arizona, 1860–1930  
    Sal Acosta 555
The Genizaro Land Grant Settlements of New Mexico  
    Moises Gonzales 583
The Eclipse of the Century: A Story of Science, Money, and Culture in Saharan Africa and the American Southwest  
    David A. Conrad 603
Forging a National Park Service: “The Necessity for Cooperation  
    Dietmar Schneider - Hector 643

Mata Ortiz : Critique and Response

Editorial Introduction  
    Joseph Wilder 683
“Reconstructing a Miracle,” by Jim Hills: Analysis and Response  
    Richard D. O’Connor 687
Heresy or History? In Defense of the Forgotten Voices  
    Jim Hills 721
Volume Contents 771

[End Page 773]



Additional Information

Print ISSN
pp. 771-773
Launched on MUSE
Open Access
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.