Titles by Publisher

A Woman, a Man, a Nation

Mariquita Sánchez, Juan Manuel de Rosas, and the Beginnings of Argentina
By Jeffrey M. Shumway

Mariquita’s and Juan Manuel’s lives corresponded with the major events and processes that shaped the turbulent beginnings of the Argentine nation, many of which also shaped Latin America and the Atlantic World during the Age of Revolution (1750–1850).

Breath and Smoke

Tobacco Use among the Maya
Edited by Jennifer A. Loughmiller-CardinalKeith Eppich

Breath and Smoke explores the uses of tobacco among the Maya of Central America, revealing tobacco as a key topic in pre-Columbian art, iconography, and hieroglyphics.

El Camino Real de California

From Ancient Pathways to Modern Byways
By Joseph P. Sánchez

In an effort to establish the Camino Real de California as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Joseph P. Sánchez explores the rich history of the path running from San Diego to San Francisco in this significant study.

2020 New Mexico Magazine Artist Calendar

By brush and by pen, these New Mexico–based artists render the state’s people, pueblos, canyons, and mountains with exuberant palettes and intriguing points of view.

Subjects: Art

2020 Enchanting New Mexico Calendar

Images from the 18th Annual New Mexico Magazine Photo Contest

Each month you’ll be treated to award-winning images selected by the editors of New Mexico Magazine for its annual contest.

Subjects: Art

The Raptors of North America

A Coloring Book of Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, and Owls
By Anne Price
Illustrations by Donald Malick

The Raptors of North America provides a creative and educational overview of the majestic birds found throughout North America and encourages us to continue exploring the birds we find in our own backyards and beyond.

Subjects: ChildrenNature

To Serve the People

My Life Organizing with Cesar Chavez and the Poor
By LeRoy Chatfield

In this collection of what the author calls Easy Essays, Chatfield recounts his childhood, explains the social issues that have played a significant role in his life and work, and uncovers the lack of justice he saw all too frequently.

How Nature Works

Rethinking Labor on a Troubled Planet
Edited by Sarah BeskyAlex Blanchette

The authors of this volume push ethnographic inquiry beyond the anthropocentric documentation of human work on nature in order to develop a language for thinking about how all labor is a collective ecological act.

Subjects: Anthropology

Arizona State Parks

A Guide to Amazing Places in the Grand Canyon State
By Roger Naylor

In this guide we join travel writer Roger Naylor as he takes us through the state parks of this amazing region.

Swept Under the Rug

A Hidden History of Navajo Weaving
By Kathy M'Closkey

Debunks the romanticist stereotyping of Navajo weavers and Reservation traders and situates weavers within the economic history of the southwest.

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