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February 12, 2019

The Conceptualization and Writing of Popol Wuj: Nueva Traducción y…

Other translations of the Popol Wuj had already been published, but upon examining a number…
Other translations of the Popol Wuj had already been published, but upon examining a number of these works, I was…
February 05, 2019

A Q&A with Scott Sundvall

Join us today as we talk with Scott Sundvall, assistant professor in the Department of English…
Join us today as we talk with Scott Sundvall, assistant professor in the Department of English and director of the Center…
January 29, 2019

A Q&A with Paul Butler

Join us today as we talk with Paul Butler, associate professor at the University of…
Join us today as we talk with Paul Butler, associate professor at the University of Houston and author of The Writer's…
January 22, 2019

Participatory Reading of Historical Texts in Nahuatl: A Tool of…

"Our language is like this, let it not end, let’s write in it. This writing…
"Our language is like this, let it not end, let’s write in it. This writing will be preserved."
December 11, 2018

On Narrative History

Narrative history is the form of history that the general public reads. Do academic historians…
Narrative history is the form of history that the general public reads. Do academic historians have a duty to convey…
December 04, 2018

The Wolf in Western Colorado

Wolves are coming. Are we ready for them spiritually or institutionally?
Wolves are coming. Are we ready for them spiritually or institutionally?
November 27, 2018

A Q&A with Elizabeth Tucker

Join us today as we talk with Elizabeth Tucker about her past, present, and future…
Join us today as we talk with Elizabeth Tucker about her past, present, and future in folklore.
November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving Turkey and Connections with the Past

While modern turkeys are enjoyed today across the world as a food source, they have…
While modern turkeys are enjoyed today across the world as a food source, they have diverse, and still not totally…
November 16, 2018

Hope and Environmental Justice

Imagination requires hope: at once a mode of survival and a form of resistance.
Imagination requires hope: at once a mode of survival and a form of resistance.
November 13, 2018

Remembering Barre Toelken

The University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press staff join with the family,…
The University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press staff join with the family, friends, colleagues, and scholarly community…
November 06, 2018

Tarascan/Purhépecha Monarchs as “Stranger Kings”

Two recent university press books in conversation: David Haskell examines his own The Two Taríacuris in context…
Two recent university press books in conversation: David Haskell examines his own The Two Taríacuris in context of On Kings by Marshall Sahlins…