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    Historical Association

    Post by kosovohp on Sat Oct 23, 2010 4:57 am

    In addition to Texas and the South, Buenger's research focuses on borderlands issues since 1820. His most recent book is The Path to a Modern South: Northeast Texas Between Reconstruction and the Great Depression, winner of the Coral H. Tullis Award for the best book on Texas published in 2001.[4][5]He is a fellow and past president (2009-2010) of the Texas State Historical Association.[6]
    Buenger has co-authored with Arnoldo De Leon the book Beyond Texas Through Time: Breaking Away From Past Interpretations, which will be published by the TAMU Press in 2011. In 1998, Buenger and his wife, Victoria L. Buenger (born ca. 1960), co-authored Texas Merchant: Marvin Leonard and Fort Worth. In 1991, he co-authored with his friend and TAMU colleague, Robert A. Calvert, the book entitled Texas Through Time: Evolving Interpretations. One of the chapters in Texas Through Time is oddly titled "The Shelf Life of Truth in Texas," also co-authored by Buenger and Calvert.[7]

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