“Virtually Bison Books” Tours Encourage Readership of Iconic Works

The following is from the University of Nebraska Press Fall 2020 Newsletter, i.e. Can’t travel because of the pandemic? Tour the American and Canadian Wests and the Mexico borderlands from anywhere with Virtually Bison Books. UNP has developed an electronic portal … Continue reading “Virtually Bison Books” Tours Encourage Readership of Iconic Works

News and Reviews

Books Better Times: Short Stories Sara Batkie Starred review from Publishers Weekly:  “In this remarkable collection, Batkie creates strong, evocative imagery with economy and precision. She elevates both the common and uncommon experiences of her characters, resulting in something quite extraordinary.” … Continue reading News and Reviews

From the Desk of Jeffrey Anderson: Wind River and Cultural Representations

Jeffrey D. Anderson (PhD, University of Chicago) is Professor of Anthropology at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. For the past thirty years he has conducted or collaborated fieldwork, archival studies, and applied research on the language, culture, and history of … Continue reading From the Desk of Jeffrey Anderson: Wind River and Cultural Representations