The Plazas of New Mexico, edited by Chris Wilson and Stefanos Polyzoides, received the Southwest Book Award from the Border Regional Library Association. The book documents the rich heritage of New Mexico’s public plazas and the everyday life and community celebrations that help sustain them. It traces three distinct design traditions—the Native American center place with kiva and terraced residential blocks, the Hispanic plaza with church and courtyard houses, and the Anglo square with courthouse and business areas. Read more.
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