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The University of Nebraska Press, founded in 1941, is the largest university press between Chicago and California. It publishes scholarly and general-interest books (with more than 5,000 titles in print and an additional 150 new titles released each year) and journals (with more than 30 different journals published each year) in topics ranging from anthropology and literary criticism to history and sports. In addition to the Nebraska imprint, the Press also publishes books under Bison Books,  The Backwaters Press, and Potomac Books imprints and publishes the books of The Jewish Publication Society. The Journals division produces the publications of Nebraska Extension, a division of the University of Nebraska’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

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Strength from the Waters
A History of Indigenous Mobilization in Northwest Mexico
Authors: James V. Mestaz
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The Grammar of Civil War
A Mexican Case Study, 1857-61
Authors: Will Fowler
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Cold War Paradise
Settlement, Culture, and Identity-Making among U.S. Americans in Costa Rica, 1945–1980
Authors: Atalia Shragai
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Bandits and Liberals, Rebels and Saints
Latin America since Independence
Authors: Alan Knight
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The Places of Modernity in Early Mexican American Literature, 1848–1948
Authors: José F. Aranda Jr.
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Poisoned Eden
Cholera Epidemics, State-Building, and the Problem of Public Health in Tucumán, Argentina, 1865-1908
Authors: Carlos S. Dimas
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A Hemisphere of Women
The Founding and Development of the Inter-American Commission, 1915–1939
Authors: E. Sue Wamsley
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Amazonian Cosmopolitans
Navigating a Shamanic Cosmos, Shifting Indigenous Policies, and Other Modern Projects
Authors: Suzanne Oakdale
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On the Other Shore
The Atlantic Worlds of Italians in South America during the Great War
Authors: John Starosta Galante
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Amazonian Kichwa of the Curaray River
Kinship and History in the Western Amazon
Authors: Mary-Elizabeth Reeve
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