Originally published in 1991, this pioneering work in Texas historiography, edited by Walter H. Buenger and the late Robert A. Calvert, placed the intellectual development of Texas History within the framework of current trends in the study of U.S. history.

In Texas through Time, twelve eminent scholars contribute evaluations of the historical literature in their respective fields of expertise—from Texas-Mexican culture and African-American roles to agrarianism, progressivism, and the New Deal; from perspectives on women to the urban experience of the Sunbelt boom and near-bust. The cumulative effort describes and analyzes what Texas history is and how it got that way.

 " Avowedly revisionist . . . a hard-hitting analysis of Texas historiography.” —East Texas Historical Association

 " An absolute must for research library collections and scholars of Texas history.”—Books of the Southwest

 " Should be well thumbed by any historian concerned with Texas topics."—Southern Historian
" A long-needed assessment of more than a century's worth of books, articles, masters theses, and doctoral dissertations on Texas history. . . . a well-conceived project that will prove to be a godsend for graduate students and their mentors, Texana' collectors, and journalists."—Journal of the West