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The University of Arizona Press is the premier publisher of academic, regional, and literary works in the state of Arizona. They disseminate ideas and knowledge of lasting value that enrich understanding, inspire curiosity, and enlighten readers. They advance the University of Arizona’s mission by connecting scholarship and creative expression to readers worldwide.

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Latino Placemaking and Planning

Cultural Resilience and Strategies for Reurbanization

The University of Arizona Press

Latino Placemaking and Planning offers a pathway to define, analyze, and evaluate the role that placemaking can have with respect to Latino communities in the context of contemporary urban planning, policy, and design practices. The book illustrates the importance of placemaking as a pathway to sustainable urban revitalization.

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Landscapes of Freedom

Building a Postemancipation Society in the Rainforests of Western Colombia

The University of Arizona Press

Landscapes of Freedom reconstructs the unusual postemancipation trajectory of African descendants on Colombia’s Pacific coast, who attained high levels of autonomy by controlling rainforests for subsistence and procuring natural resources for export.

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Ciudad Juárez

Saga of a Legendary Border City

The University of Arizona Press

Oscar J. Martínez offers a comprehensive history of Ciudad Juárez from its beginnings as a Spanish frontier outpost to the present. In this singular history, Martinez brings Juárez’s U.S. ties to the forefront, providing a rich and nuanced portrait of a complex border city.

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Between the Andes and the Amazon

Language and Social Meaning in Bolivia

The University of Arizona Press

Why can’t a Quechua speaker wear pants? Anna M. Babel uses this question to open an analysis of language and social structure at the border of eastern and western, highland and lowland Bolivia. Between the Andes and the Amazon opens new ways of thinking about what it means to be a speaker of an indigenous or colonial language—or a mix of both.

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The Interior West

A Fire Survey

The University of Arizona Press

America is a confederation of regions as well as a federation of states. Its fire scene is best understood in terms of those regions, of which the Interior West is one. This book surveys the fire scene characteristic of Nevada, Utah, and western Colorado through a mixture of journalism, history, and literary imagination that moves the topic beyond the usual science and policy formulations and places it within the national narrative.

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Pushing Our Limits

Insights from Biosphere 2

The University of Arizona Press

A fresh look at one of the most important experiments of the twentieth century and what it continues to teach us.

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The Real Horse

Poems

The University of Arizona Press

Grounded by a rigorously innovative attention to form, The Real Horse offers a testament to and reminder of a daughter’s disobedience to cultural patrimony.

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Discovering Pluto

Exploration at the Edge of the Solar System

The University of Arizona Press

In Discovering Pluto, Dale P. Cruikshank and William Sheehan recount the grand story of our unfolding knowledge and exploration of Pluto, its moons, and the outer Solar System. They explain the efforts of scientists, mathematicians, and researchers over the centuries to understand the outer Solar System, leading to the discovery and detailed exploration of Pluto as the premier body in the Kuiper Belt, the so-called third zone of our Solar System.

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Betrayal at the Buffalo Ranch

The University of Arizona Press

A Sadie Walela Mystery

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Connected Communities

Networks, Identity, and Social Change in the Ancient Cibola World

The University of Arizona Press

Connected Communities provides new insights into how social identities formed and changed in the ancient past via a strikingly original approach: methods and models from the comparative social sciences focused on contemporary social movements. The book has applications for archaeologists working in the Southwest, as well as anyone interested in broad topics such as identity, social transformation, and regional processes.

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