Politics

Edmund G. Ross

Soldier, Senator, Abolitionist
By Richard A. Ruddy

This first full-scale biography of Ross reveals his importance in the history of the United States.

The National Council on Indian Opportunity

Quiet Champion of Self-Determination
By Thomas A. Britten

In this book, the first study of the NCIO, historian Thomas A. Britten traces the workings of the council along with its enduring impact on the lives of indigenous people.

Inside the New Mexico Senate

Boots, Suits, and Citizens
By Dede Feldman

In this forthright account of the workings of New Mexico’s legislature, Dede Feldman reveals how the work of governing is actually accomplished.

New Mexico's Quest for Statehood, 1846-1912

2nd Edition
By Robert W. Larson

Combining extensive research and a clear and well-organized style, this book offers a thorough and comprehensive account of the territory’s extraordinary six-decade struggle for statehood.

Swear

By Hakim Bellamy

In his debut collection of hard-hitting poems, Albuquerque Poet Laureate Hakim Bellamy addresses the issues important to our day—politics, work, and art.

The Global Middle Classes

Theorizing through Ethnography
Edited by Rachel HeimanCarla FreemanMark Liechty

Surging middle-class aspirations and anxieties throughout the world have recently compelled anthropologists to pay serious attention to middle classes and middle-class spaces, sentiments, lifestyles, labors, and civic engagements.

Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island

By Lenore Weiss

In Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island, award-winning poet Lenore Weiss embodies the themes of loss, transformation and re-invention that are integral to life and to her work.

Nature, Science, and Religion

Intersections Shaping Society and the Environment
Edited by Catherine M. Tucker

This book is about the complicated and provocative ways nature, science, and religion intersect in real settings where people attempt to live in harmony with the physical environment. The contributors explore how scientific knowledge and spiritual beliefs are engaged to shape natural resource management, environmental activism, and political processes.

Nixon and the Environment

By J. Flippen

“(An) excellent and carefully-crafted study of environmental politics during the Nixon administration . . .”— Choice

A Woman in Both Houses

My Career in New Mexico Politics
By Pauline Eisenstadt

Pauline Eisenstadt's memoir takes readers to the floors of the House and Senate, offering an insider's view of how New Mexico's government operates-or doesn't.

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