The Interior Borderlands: Regional Identity in the Midwest and Great Plains (book)

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Where does the Midwest end and the Great Plains begin? And does it matter?

The authors of essays in this latest collection from the Center for Western Studies believe such questions are important to understanding how regional identity forms and persists--or erodes and even disappears.

Contributing authors: James S. Aber, Susan W. Aber, Julie Courtwright, James E. Davis, Anna Thompson Hajdik, Rachael Hanel, Debbie A. Hanson, Maria Howe, Mara W. Cohen Ioannides, Christopher R. Laingen, Jon K. Lauck, Matthew S. Luckett, Nathalie Massip, Michael J. Mullin, Paula M. Nelson, Lance Nixon, David Pichaske, Jay M. Price, Joseph D. Schiller, Brad Tennant, Harry F. Thompson, Will Weaver, and Gleaves Whitney.


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Jon K. Lauck
Book Details:
paperback, 327 pages, 2019