Deep Ellum Blues
Pask explores the relationship between Dallas's Sunbelt sprawl and the fate of historical African American neighborhoods, particularly Deep Ellum and North Dallas's Freedmantown. Deep Ellum, along with its legendary music scene built by the likes of Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Willie Johnson, Lead Belly, and Bill Neely, all but disappeared with the construction of Central Expressway in the 1950s.
Nowhere [yet Everywhere] in the World: Cuban History and Sexuality in the Dramas of Abel González Melo
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Spectacles of American Nationalism: The Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama Painting and The Birth of a Nation