"Arid America: Henry C. Trost and the Revival of Spanish Renaissance” by Jerry Wallace at Branigan Cultural Center 2017
Wallace is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of New Mexico, focusing on environmental history and historic preservation - specifically on human/animal relationships and the built environment in the 20th century. His dissertation examines neighborhood identities in the early Cold War era in which he explores how class, gender, animals, age and the trans-local have shaped built communities in the American West, Southwest, and the borderlands. He currently teaches at New Mexico State University.
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