About the University of Nebraska Press

The University of Nebraska Press, founded in 1941, is the largest university press between Chicago and California. UNP publishes scholarly and general-interest books (with more than 6,000 titles in print and an additional 140 new titles released each year.) In addition to the Nebraska imprint, the Press also publishes books under Bison BooksThe Backwaters Press, and Potomac Books imprints and publishes the books of The Jewish Publication Society.

For over eighty years, the University of Nebraska Press has been the publishing home for some of the most important scholarship in Native and Indigenous studies, anthropology, history, sports and more.

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The University of Nebraska Press Journals Division delivers the work of editors and authors from around the world to libraries and individual readers through the publication of over thirty journals.

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