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Founded in 1965, the University Press of Colorado is a nonprofit cooperative publishing enterprise supported, in part, by Adams State University, Colorado State University, Fort Lewis College, Metropolitan State University of Denver, University of Colorado, University of Northern Colorado, University of Wyoming, Utah State University, and Western Colorado University.

In 2012, University Press of Colorado merged with Utah State University Press, which was established in 1972. USU Press titles are managed as an active imprint of University Press of Colorado, and they maintain offices in both Louisville, Colorado, and Logan, Utah.

The University Press of Colorado, including the Utah State University Press imprint, publishes forty to forty-five new titles each year, with the goal of facilitating communication among scholars and providing the peoples of the state and region with a fair assessment of their histories, cultures, and resources.

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The Geology, Ecology, and Human History of the San Luis Valley

University Press of Colorado

The Geology, Ecology, and Human History of the San Luis Valley explores the rich landscapes and diverse social histories of the San Luis Valley, an impressive mountain valley spanning over 9,000 square miles that crosses the border of south-central Colorado and north-central New Mexico and includes many cultural traditions.

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Colorado Women in World War II

University Press of Colorado

In Colorado Women in World War II Gail M. Beaton interweaves nearly eighty oral histories—including interviews, historical studies, newspaper accounts, and organizational records—and historical photographs (many from the interviewees themselves) to shed light on women’s participation in the war, exploring the dangers and triumphs they felt, the nature of their work, and the lasting ways in which the war influenced their lives.

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Indigenous Dance and Dancing Indian

Contested Representation in the Global Era

University Press of Colorado

Focusing on the enactment of identity in dance, Indigenous Dance and Dancing Indian is a cross-cultural, cross-ethnic, and cross-national comparison of indigenous dance practices.

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Olmec Lithic Economy at San Lorenzo

University Press of Colorado

Olmec Lithic Economy at San Lorenzo examines the specialized craft production, manufacturing, adoption, and spread of obsidian cutting tools at San Lorenzo, Mexico, the first major Olmec center to develop in the southern Gulf Coast region of Mesoamerica.

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An Inconstant Landscape

The Maya Kingdom of El Zotz, Guatemala

University Press of Colorado

An Inconstant Landscape paints a complex picture of a dynamic landscape over the course of almost 2,000 years of occupation.

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The Rain Gods' Rebellion

The Cultural Basis of a Nahua Insurgency

University Press of Colorado

 Providing a rare longitudinal look at the cultural basis of this grassroots insurgency, The Rain Gods’ Rebellion offers rare insight into the significance of oral history in forming Nahua collective memory and, by extension, culture.

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Spirit Lands of the Eagle and Bear

Numic Archaeology and Ethnohistory in the Rocky Mountains and Borderlands

University Press of Colorado

Spirit Lands of the Eagle and Bear explores advances in the prehistory and early history of Numic hunter-gatherers in the Rocky Mountain West through the presentation and analysis of archaeological and historic research on the period from the earliest established presence in the Rockies and its borderlands more than a thousand years ago to the forced removal of Ute, Shoshone, and other tribes to reservations in the mid-nineteenth century.
 

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Ancient Southwestern Mortuary Practices

University Press of Colorado

Chronicles the modal patterns, diversity, and change of ancient mortuary practices from across the US Southwest and northwest Mexico over four thousand years of Prehispanic occupation.

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A Forest of History

The Maya after the Emergence of Divine Kingship

University Press of Colorado

Travis Stanton and Kathryn Brown’s A Forest of History: The Maya after the Emergence of Divine Kingship presents acollection of essays that critically engage with and build upon the lasting contributions A Forest of Kings made to Maya epigraphy, iconography, material culture, and history.

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Peter Fidler

From York Factory to the Rocky Mountains

Edited by Barbara Belyea
University Press of Colorado

This book presents Hudson’s Bay Company surveyor Peter Fidler’s journals, edited and extensively annotated by historian Barbara Belyea.

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