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Bruce Andrews and Charles Bernstein's L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E

The Complete Facsimile
Edited by Matthew HoferMichael Golston

Bruce Andrews and Charles Bernstein’s L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E: The Complete Facsimile makes available in print all twelve of the newsletter’s original issues along with three supplementary issues.

Charlie Siringo's West

An Interpretive Biography
By Howard R. Lamar

The colorful life of Charlie Siringo and the image of the American West he helped to create.

The King of Taos

A Novel
By Max Evans

Max Evans, the beloved New Mexican writer of such enduring classics of Western fiction as The Rounders and The Hi-Lo Country, returns to form with The King of Taos.

A Black Physician's Struggle for Civil Rights

Edward C. Mazique, M.D.
By Florence Ridlon

Biography of Edward Mazique, respected physician, contemporary of Martin Luther King, Jr., and influential Civil Rights activist in Washington, D.C.

In the Bear's House

By N. Scott Momaday

In these engaging writings Momaday shares his personal quest to understand the spirit of wilderness embodied in the image of Bear.

Shakespeare in Montana

Big Sky Country’s Love Affair with the World’s Most Famous Writer
By Gretchen E. Minton

Tracing more than two centuries of history, Shakespeare in Montana uncovers a vast array of different voices that capture the state’s love affair with the world’s most famous writer.

With This Root about My Person

Charles H. Long and New Directions in the Study of Religion
Edited by Jennifer ReidDavíd Carrasco

Charles H. Long’s groundbreaking works on Africana religious studies serve as the backdrop to With This Root about My Person.

Subjects: ReligionHistory

Frontier Cavalry Trooper

The Letters of Private Eddie Matthews, 1869–1874
Edited by Douglas C. McChristian

Private William Edward Matthews's letters, published here for the first time, provide an unparalleled chronicle of one soldier’s experiences in the garrison and in the field in the post–Civil War Southwest.

Rethinking Mexican Indigenismo

The INI’s Coordinating Center in Highland Chiapas and the Fate of a Utopian Project
By Stephen E. Lewis

This book traces how indigenista innovation gave way to stagnation as local opposition, shifting national priorities, and waning financial support took their toll.

Ladina Social Activism in Guatemala City, 1871-1954

By Patricia Harms

In this groundbreaking new study on ladinas in Guatemala City, Patricia Harms contests the virtual erasure of women from the country’s national memory and its historical consciousness.

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