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Student Publications

Borger, Alex J. “Serendipity in Action: Hana Ginzbarg and the Crusade to Save Armand Bayou, 1970-1975,” East Texas Historical Journal, Vol. 54, No. 1 (2016).

Borger, Alex J. and Kelli Shapiro. “The Motel ‘at the foot of a Rainbow’: Rockdale’s Rainbow Courts, 1918-present,” Central Texas Studies, Vol. 1, December 2016.

Carpentier, Gaëtan. “Casualty of History: A WWII Prisoner of War Grave at the San Antonio National Cemetery,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

DeHart, Kendra. “Jury Hung, Clay Henry Not: Scandal and Judicial Intrigue in Lajitas, Texas,” Sound Historian, Vol. 15 (2013). Winner of the Kenneth E. Hendrickson, Jr. Award for best Sound Historian article, 2013.

Esquivel, Savanha, Maximilian Hall, and Lindsey Waldenberg. “The Music Behind the Markers,” Texas Heritage, Vol. 4 (2016).

Flack, Teri E. “Uncovering the Origins of Austin’s Exceptionalism,” Intersections: New Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2012).

Fox, Joseph R. “Lone Star Brewing: Beer, Progressive Country Music, and the ‘Texas Mystique,’” The Journal of Texas Music History, Vol. 17 (2017).

Fuller, Brett. “The Allen Cemetery: Exploring a Local Legend,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Haley, Heather M. “Ranch Hands and Orange Clouds: Herbicidal Warfare and Counterinsurgency Doctrine in the Vietnam War,” Sound Historian, Vol. 17 (2015).

Haley, Heather M., Elizabeth H. Moeller, Mary L. Murphy, and Jennifer E. Ruch, “Diverse Families Among the First Settlers in Bandera,” Texas Heritage, Vol. 2 (2016).

Henson, Ryan T. “Remembering a Forgotten Site from America’s Forgotten War: An Oral History Research Guide to the Largest U.S. Helicopter Training Facility, San Marcos Air Force Base, 1951-1953,” Sound Historian, Vol. 17 (2015).

Hill, Russell. “Preparing the Way and Opening the Door: Texas, Rube Foster, and the Integration of Baseball,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Hill, Sharon. “The Empty Stairs: The Lost History of East Austin,” Intersections: New Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2012).

Landeros, Ann. “The Soul of Patience: Spiritual Equality in the Trespalacios Baptist Church of Deming’s Bridge, Texas,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Landeros, Ann. “The Battle for Carroll Hall: Preservation Down the Rabbit Hole,” Sound Historian, Vol. 18 (2016).

Marshall, Sarah. “The Wake of Integration: Loss of a School and the Demise of a Community,” Intersections: New Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2012).

Marshall, Sarah. “The Wake of Integration in Austin: A Study in Community Identity,” Texas Heritage, Summer 2013.

McDonald, Cori, Ashley Stone, Caleigh Cassidy, Katie Cole, Darlene Ortega, and Maggie Salmon. “Pursued by Bad Luck: A Soldier’s Memories Preserved Through His Letters,” Texas Heritage, Vol. 3 (2017).

Moscardini-Hall, Christine. “Setting the Tone for Higher Education: The Blanco Star School of Hays County, Texas,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Paul, Jenny. “Fighting the Nashville Blues: The Outlaw Image in Texas Country Music,” Sound Historian, Vol. 14, 2012. Winner of the Kenneth E. Hendrickson, Jr. Award for best Sound Historian article, 2012.

Pickel, Virginia A. “’Don’t You See I Want a Home and Children?’: A Deaf Woman’s Experiences in Twentieth-Century Texas,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Richardson, Todd. “Muffled Voices of the Past: History, Mental Health, and HIPAA,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Rivera, Esther. “Ballet Folklórico: Celebrating Heritage and Creating Identity through Dance,” Intersections: New Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2012).

Ross, Jamie A., and Caitlin F. McColl. “Uncovering Austin’s Early Struggles with Marriage Equality, 1992-1998: An Oral History Perspective,” Sound Historian: Vol. 16 (2014).

Skaw, Christyjoy. “The Answer is Steam: The Defense Plan of Edmund Pendleton Gaines,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Stridde, William A. and Maximilian A. Hall, “Remembering Jack: San Marcos off the Beaten Trail,” Texas Heritage, Vol. 3 (2016).

Thompson, Wendy. “The Commissioner’s Cursed Treasure,” Intersections: New Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2012).

Waldenberg, Lindsey, Savanha Esquivel, and Maximilian Hall. “Giving Voice to Landmarks: Using Oral History to Document Official Texas Historical Markers, Sound Historian, Vol. 18 (2016).

Watson, Jonathan. “Cosmic Cowboys, Thunderbirds, and Punks: From Austin Countercultures to the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Journal of Texas Music History, Vol. 16 (2016).

Whitehurst, Katie. “A Step in a New Direction: Women in Austin Marching Bands,” Intersect: Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2015).

Wilson, Bonnie Tipton. “’Somebody Around Here Wants to Start a Fire’: The O.Henry Honeymoon Cottage Controversy,” Intersections: New Perspectives in Texas Public History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2012).

Wilson, Bonnie Tipton. “’Somebody Around Here Wants to Start a Fire’: Austin’s O.Henry Honeymoon Cottage Controversy,” Texas Heritage, Summer 2013.