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Contributors comment on this trend and its results in 13 essays here, in such topics as steps toward a counterhistory of the Spanish transition from democracy to dictatorship, the intellectual weight of a failed social movement group, liberation in Yucatan, varied pasts on the Mina coast, popular justice in the American west (a consideration of arson and social control), small paradoxes in the Lost Colony, photographer Dorothy Lange as subject and agent, microhistory in two New England merchants, official information and the Catasto of 1427, clues and neglect in representations of the Cuban sugar frontier, predicaments of hybridity, and the interplay of oral traditions and material things.
Together, they went to the library to analyze a photograph by Dorothy Lange, which depicted a Depression-era woman and her children.