Utah State University Press

What's True in Mormon Folklore?

The Contribution of Folklore to Mormon Studies

When Our Words Return

Writing, Hearing, and Remembering Oral Traditions of Alaska and the Yukon

Who Owns This Text?

Plagiarism, Authorship, and Disciplinary Cultures

Whose Goals? Whose Aspirations?

Learning to Teach Underprepared Writers across the Curriculum

Wildlife on the Wind

A Field Biologist's Journey and an Indian Reservation's Renewal

Winter Carnival in a Western Town

Identity, Change, and the Good of the Community

Winter Quarters

The 1846-1848 Life Writings of Mary Haskin Parker Richards

Woman of the River

Georgie White Clark, White Water Pioneer

Women in Utah History

Paradigm or Paradox?

Woody Plants of Utah

A Field Guide with Identification Keys to Native and Naturalized Trees, Shrubs, Cacti, and Vines

Working on the Railroad, Walking in Beauty

Navajos, Hózhó, and Track Work

Worldviews and the American West

The Life of the Place Itself

Worth Their Salt

Notable but Often Unnoted Women of Utah

Worth Their Salt, Too

More Notable but Often Unnoted Women of Utah

WPAs in Transition

Navigating Educational Leadership Positions

Writing across Contexts

Transfer, Composition, and Sites of Writing

Writing at the State U

Instruction and Administration at 106 Comprehensive Universities

Writing Centers and the New Racism

A Call for Sustainable Dialogue and Change

Writing Majors

Eighteen Program Profiles

Writing New Media

Theory and Applications for Expanding the Teaching of Composition

Writing Program Architecture

Thirty Cases for Reference and Research

Writing-Intensive

Becoming W-Faculty in a New Writing Curriculum