"A deeply researched book about a period of Mexican history that, while vital for understanding modern Mexico and its relations with the United States and Europe, is of perhaps unparalleled cultural, political, and military complexity for such a short period."
William H. Beezeley, coeditor of The Oxford History of Mexico says:
"A thorough, complete history of Mexico's second empire. The author leaves nothing untouched."
And Luis Alberto Urrea says:
"M.M. McAllen has written an important book that not only reads like a novel of fantastic inventions but is key to understanding the soul of Mexico today."
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I'll be posting a complete transcript shortly.
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Yes, I am still doing the Marfa Mondays Podcasting project, apropos of my book in-progress, World Waiting for a Dream: A Turn in Far West Texas. Stay tuned for podcast #21 in the 24 podcast series.
(includes a note on my panel with M.M. McAllen)
(books, podcasts and more)