2007Book Reviews109 has accomplished a great deal and provides understanding to all of them. The anthropological and regional context of feminism makes for insightful reading for a broad audience. Congratulations to Catherine Lavender for a fine piece of scholarship and writing. Maya Research Program, Fort WorthThomas H. Guderjan Larger Than Life: New Mexico in the Twentieth Century. By Ferenc M. Szasz. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Pp. 316. Acknowledgments, illustrations, afterword, notes, index. ISBN 0826338836. $22.95, paper.) Ferenc Szasz's previous ten books have established him as a respected historian of the Atomic West and of religion in the West. With Larger Than Life, Szasz has again brought his lively writing to bear on an interesting subject in an innovative way. This book on the history of New Mexico in the twentieth century is split into four sections: People, Cultures, Atomic New Mexico, and Mysteries. Each section covers topics that at times can surprise one with details about unknown events or people and at other times brings new insight to often told stories. Despite whether a particular topic is well known or not, Larger Than Life expands the history of the Land of Enchantment beyond the boundaries
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Published: Jul 6, 2007
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