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EDITORIAL PROGRAM
The University of Nebraska Press publishes books in six broad areas:
Native American and Indigenous Studies
History
Sports
Anthropology and Geography
American Studies and Cultural Criticism
Creative Works

The press has several areas of particular strength within and across these core disciplines, including the history and cultures of the North American West and the study of food and environment. Our general-interest publishing program is especially strong in literary nonfiction, sports, and Western Americana.

The press also has a journals program and a number of special imprints, including Bison Books.

The University of Nebraska Press editors are:

Derek Krissoff
dkrissoff2@unl.edu
402-472-4311
Derek is editor in chief and acquires primarily in anthropology and geography. His series include:
Anthropology of Contemporary North America
Critical Environments: Nature, Science, and Politics
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education


Bridget Barry
bbarry2@unl.edu
Bridget acquires primarily in Western history and military history. Her series include:
Women in the West
The Mexican Experience
The Papers of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody
Early American Places
France Overseas


Matt Bokovoy
mbokovoy2@unl.edu
402-472-4452
Matt acquires primarily in Native American and indigenous studies and borderlands history. His series include:
Borderlands and Transcultural Studies
Indigenous Education
Indigenous Film
The Iroquoians and Their World
Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology
Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians
Studies in the Native Languages of the Americas


Alicia Christensen
achristensen6@unl.edu
Alicia acquires primarily in American studies. Her series include:
At Table
Expanding Frontiers
Our Sustainable Future

 

Kristen Elias Rowley
keliasrowley2@unl.edu
Kristen primarily acquires cultural criticism and American Studies. Her series include:
Postwestern Horizons
Provocations
Early Modern Cultural Studies
American Lives
Flyover Fiction

Rob Taylor
rtaylor6@unl.edu
Rob acquires primarily in sports. His series include:
Outdoor Lives
Politics and Government of the American States