USU Titles

May Swenson's Work and Life

The Ethnohistory of a Rock

An Insider's Guide for New Composition Teachers

A Fun, Quick, and Useful Introduction to the Field of Academic Folklore Studies

Ghosts in Contemporary Folklore

Waterwise Design for the Intermountain West

Adventures of an Activist in Conservative Utah

Collaboration and Interpretation

Grants and Donations

The University Press of Colorado is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that relies on the ongoing support of its members, as well as funds from other institutions, granting agencies, and individuals, to fulfill our mandate as a scholarly publisher. We thank the following institutions and individuals for their generous contributions to our publishing program this year.

 

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Member Institutions

Ongoing support for the publishing program at the University Press of Colorado is provided by the following sustaining members:

Grants and Donations

The University Press of Colorado is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that relies on the ongoing support of its members, as well as funds from other institutions, granting agencies, and individuals, to fulfill our mandate as a scholarly publisher. We thank the following institutions and individuals for their generous contributions to our publishing program this year.

 

Contributions toward the General Operating Fund: 

Director's Circle 2015–2016 ($500+ annually)

 John F. Freeman
 Joyce Kinkead
 Darrin Pratt

2015–2016 Donors

Aaron Abeyta Lane R. Hirabayashi
George Bilgere Joyce Kinkead
Bob Broad Holley Moyes
Richmond Clow Heather Orr
Sue Doe Enrique Rodriguez-Alegria
John Douglass Patricia Urban
Alexander Drummond Edward Schortman
E Paul Durrenberger John A Straayer
Larry Evers Patricia Urban
Jacques Galinier Kathryn R Venzor
Pauline Greenhill Laurie D Webster
Marilyn Haberstroh  

2015–2016 Corporate Sponsors

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Member Institutions

Ongoing support for the publishing program at the University Press of Colorado is provided by the following sustaining members:

Folklore and the Supernatural

Essays on Landscape, Work, and Identity

An Environmental History of the Lower San Juan

Navajo Perceptions of the Four Corners Region

Native American Folklore in the West

Critical Perspectives on Writing Center Scholarship

Revised and Expanded Edition

The phrases “women and minorities” and “women and people of color” can be seen and heard daily in newspaper articles, statistical reports, political rhetoric, and organizational statements in support of diversity. Yet the use of these phrases is highly problematic. 

Desolation Canyon and the Green

Environmental Writing and Education

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