We’re pleased to share our new Fall / Winter 2022 seasonal catalog! Browse the online version to see forthcoming titles from Nebraska, Bison Books, Potomac Books, the Jewish Publication Society, and Backwaters Press! Visit our NetGalley page for a select … Continue reading Introducing the Fall / Winter 2022 Seasonal Catalog!
John Goodwin received his PhD in History from Arizona State University. He is a Subject Expert Teacher at BASIS Phoenix in Arizona. He teaches U.S. history, Native American history, and an interdisciplinary research and writing course. His new book, Without … Continue reading From the Desk of John Goodwin: Leadership in Native Intellectual Activism
Save 50% off a selection of books during Women’s History Month! Enter the code 6WHM22 in the promotion code field of your shopping cart and click “Add Promotion Code.” Offer expires March 31, 2022 and is good on U.S. and … Continue reading Women’s History Month sale begins today
Our Holiday Sale begins today! Our entire backlist—a collection consisting of over 4,000 different books—is available for 50% OFF! From Native American History to Latin American Studies, from Military History to African Poetry, from books on the Great Plains to … Continue reading Holiday Sale!
This year the Western History Association annual conference is online! View the full conference program here and take a look at our virtual book exhibit. We are offering our conference discount of 50% off and free shipping until October 31 … Continue reading Western History Association Virtual Book Exhibit
The following books are now available in paperback editions. Winner of the James F. Sulzby Book Award from the Alabama Historical Association, Rivers of Sand by Christopher D. Haveman is a study of the Creek home front in Alabama during the removal … Continue reading New in Paperback this Month
The following books will be available this Fall from Bison Books—the herd grows larger! The Last Sovereigns: Sitting Bull and the Resistance of the Free Lakotas by Robert M. Utley The Heart of California: Exploring the San Joaquin Valley by … Continue reading Coming Soon from Bison Books
Chad L. Anderson is a visiting assistant professor of history at Hartwick College. His article “Rediscovering Native North America: Settlements, Maps, and Empires in the Eastern Woodlands” won the 2017 John Murrin Prize from the McNeil Center for Early American Studies … Continue reading From the Desk of Chad L. Anderson: A Storied Landscape
Siobhan Senier is a professor of English at the University of New Hampshire. She is the editor of Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England (Nebraska, 2014) and author of Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, … Continue reading From the Desk of Siobhan Senier: Showing Readers Indigenous Writers
Launched in 1961 as UNP’s first trade imprint, Bison Books reflects the Press’s commitment to general-interest books that appeal to the educated reader. Originally published as inexpensive paperbacks, Bisons (as they became known) quickly caught on, publishing well-known authors from … Continue reading The Bison Classic Editions