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Publications of Juliana Barr    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Sleeper-Smith, S; Barr, J; O'Brien, JM; Shoemaker, N, Why You Can't Teach United States History without American Indians (April, 2015), pp. 352 pages, UNC Press Books, ISBN 1469621215  [abs]
  2. Barr, J; Countryman, E, Contested Spaces of Early America (March, 2014), pp. 426 pages, University of Pennsylvania Press, ISBN 0812245849  [abs]
  3. Barr, J, Peace Came in the Form of a Woman Indians and Spaniards in the Texas Borderlands (November, 2009), pp. 416 pages, Univ of North Carolina Press, ISBN 080786773X  [abs]

Journal Articles

  1. Barr, J, The Saltwater Frontier: Indians and the Contest for the American Coast, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 74 no. 2 (April, 2017), pp. 365-368
  2. Juliana Barr, , There's No Such Thing as “Prehistory”: What the Longue Durée of Caddo and Pueblo History Tells Us about Colonial America, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 74 no. 2 (2017), pp. 203-203 [doi]
  3. Barr, J, An Indian Language of Politics in the Land of the Tejas, in Major Problems in Texas History, edited by Haynes, SW; Wintz, CD (2015), Cengage Learning
  4. Barr, J, Borders and Borderlands, in Why You Can’t Teach U.S. History without American Indians, edited by Sleeper-Smith, S; O'Brien, JM; Shoemaker, N; Stevens, S; Barr, J (2015), University of North Carolina Press
  5. Barr, J, From Captives to Slaves: Commodifying Indian Women in the Borderlands, in Journal of American History AP U.S. History Anthology, edited by Stacy, J; Sabathne, J, vol. 2 (2015), Oxford University Press
  6. Barr, J, Indian Women Who ‘Carry Gallantry Still Further Than the Men’: A Barometer of Power in 18th-Century Texas, in Texas Women/American Women: Their Lives and Times, edited by Cole, S; Sharpless, R; Turner, E (2014), University of Georgia Press
  7. Barr, J, Captivity, Native Americans, in The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History, edited by Miller, JC; Brown, V; Cañizares-Esguerra, J; Dubois, L; Kupperman, KO (2014), Princeton University Press
  8. Barr, J, A Diplomacy of Gender: Rituals of First Contact in the “Land of the Tejas, in Early North America in Global Perspective, edited by Morgan, PD; Warsh, MA (2013), Routledge
  9. Juliana Barr, , The Red Continent and the Cant of the Coastline, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 69 no. 3 (2012), pp. 521-521, ISSN 0043-5597 [doi]
  10. Barr, J, Beyond the "Atlantic World": Early American History as Viewed from the West, Magazine of History: for teachers of history, vol. 25 no. 1 (January, 2011), pp. 13-18, ISSN 0882-228X [doi]
  11. Barr, J, Geographies of Power: Mapping Indian Borders in the “Borderlands” of the Early Southwest, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 68 no. 1 (January, 2011), pp. 5-46, ISSN 0043-5597 [doi]
  12. Barr, J, The Colonial Sun Belt: St. Augustine to Santa Fe, in Major Problems in American Colonial History, edited by Kupperman, KO (2011), Cengage Learming
  13. Barr, J, A Spectrum of Indian Bondage in Spanish Texas, in Indian Slavery in Colonial America, edited by Gallay, A (2009), pp. 277-318, University of Nebraska Press
  14. Barr, J, A Diplomacy of Gender: Rituals of First Contact in the 'Land of the Tejas', in American Encounters: Natives and Newcomers from European Contact to Indian Removal, 1500-1850, edited by Mancall, PC; Merrell, JH (2007), pp. 393-426, Routledge
  15. Barr, J, From Captives to Slaves: Commodifying Indian Women in the Borderlands, in The Best American History Essays 2007, edited by Jones, J (2007), pp. 13-46, Palgrave Macmillan
  16. Barr, J, How Do You Get from Jamestown to Santa Fe? A Colonial Sun Belt, The Journal of southern history, vol. 73 no. August (2007), pp. 553-566, ISSN 0022-4642
  17. Barr, J, From Captives to Slaves: Commodifying Indian Women in the Borderlands, Journal of American history (Bloomington, Ind.), vol. 92 no. 1 (June, 2005), pp. 19-19, ISSN 0021-8723 [doi]
  18. Barr, J, Beyond their Control: Spaniards in Native Texas, in Choice, Persuasion, and Coercion: Social Control on Spain’s North American Frontiers, edited by de la Teja, JF; Frank, R (2005), pp. 149-177, University of New Mexico Press
  19. Barr, J, A Diplomacy of Gender: Rituals of First Contact in the “Land of the Tejas, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 61 no. July (2004), pp. 393-434

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