Titles by Publisher

El Malpais, Mt. Taylor, and the Zuni Mountains

A Hiking Guide and History
Updated
By Sherry Robinson

A richly illustrated guide to the trails of this unique and varied western New Mexico area.

Breath on the Mirror

Mythic Voices and Visions of the Living Maya
By Dennis Tedlock

This book is a collection of Mayan myths that inhabit the landscape and language, the ruined citadels and living towns, of Mayan people in the highlands of Guatemala.

The Suppression of Salt of the Earth

How Hollywood, Big Labor, and Politicians Blacklisted a Movie in the American Cold War
By James Lorence

Examines the conception, production, distribution, and suppression of the pioneering labor-feminist film made during the virulently anti-communist era of the Cold War.

Yaxcabá and the Caste War of Yucatan

An Archaeological Perspective
By Rani T. Alexander

Rani Alexander's study of the Caste War of Yucatán (1847–1901) uses archaeological evidence, ethnography, and history to explore the region's processes of resistance.

The Will to Heal

Psychological Recovery in the Novels of Latina Writers
By Felicia Fahey

How six Latina authors, whose works combine autobiography and fiction, use this technique to heal from personal and political trauma.

Historia de la Nueva Mexico, 1610

A Critical and Annotated Spanish/English Edition
By Gaspar Villagrá
Edited and Translated by Miguel EnciniasAlfred RodriguezJoseph P. Sánchez

Villagra's epic poem of Oñate's entry into New Mexico in 1598 is available again in this beautiful bilingual edition.

Primitive Revolution

Restorationist Religion and the Idea of the Mexican Revolution, 1940-1968
By Jason Dormady

In this intriguing study, Jason Dormady examines the ways members of Mexico's urban and rural poor used religious community to mediate between themselves and the state through the practice of religious primitivism, the belief that they were restoring Christianity-and the practice of Mexican citizenship-to a more pure and essential state.

The Devil's Butcher Shop

The New Mexico Prison Uprising
By Roger Morris

"A modern horror story told in graphic detail. Morris's meticulous documentation traces prison corruption . . . proving the tragedy could have been avoided. I recommend this book without reservation."—Jack Anderson

Cannery Women, Cannery Lives

Mexican Women, Unionization, and the California Food Processing Industry, 1930-1950
By Vicki L. Ruiz

This dramatic and turbulent history of UCAPAWA is a major contribution to the new labor history in its carefully documented account of minority women controlling their union and regulating their working lives.

American Indians in World War I

At War and at Home
By Thomas A. Britten

Provides the first broad survey of Native American contributions during the war, examining how military service led to hightened expectations for changes in federal Indian policy and their standard of living.

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