To mark Bowden’s passing, the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University has opened an archive of Bowden’s papers and published work for research. The collection stretches to 50 linear feet of boxes stuffed with correspondence, research materials, photographs and manuscripts that span Bowden’s career up to 2007.
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The Wittliff Collections at Texas State University has recently acquired Santiago Tafolla’s hand-written memoirs, along with an assortment of related maps and photographs, which offer a rare glimpse into the Tejano experience in 19th century Texas.
Writers address the state of Latino literature at Texas State University.
Dallas 1963 is devoid of conspiracy theories. It’s not a dry, brittle history text. And you won’t find any single person blamed for JFK’s assassination. […]