AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ETHNOHISTORY
Welcome to our ASE virtual book exhibit! We are offering our convention discount of 40% off and free shipping until December 15, 2020 with the code 6ASE2.
We welcome new submissions. To submit a proposal please contact:
Senior Acquisitions Editor
RECENT AWARD WINNERS
2018 Ray & Pat Browne Award for Best Edited Collection
2018 Choice Outstanding Academic Title
Winner of the James F. Sulzby Book Award from the Alabama Historical Association
2017 James Mooney Award
2016 Robert G. Athearn Award from the Western History Association
2019 Choice Outstanding Academic Title
2019 High Plains Book Award (Creative Nonfiction and Indigenous Writer categories)
2020 Gourmand World Cookbook Award
Winner, 2011 Southern California Independent Booksellers Association Award, nonfiction category
Winner, 2011 PEN Oakland–Josephine Miles Literary Award
Regna Darnell and Stephen O. Murray, series editors
This series consists of critical studies of key aspects of the history of anthropology. The series aims for a balance between the reflexivity of contemporary theory and the historicism which has long been the keynote of the history of anthropology.
Margaret Jacobs and Robert J. Miller, series editors
The University of Nebraska Press and the American Philosophical Society’s New Visions in Native American and Indigenous Studies proposes to publish first-rate research in Native American History and Native American Legal and Policy Studies, with an emphasis on the subject area in the disciplines of History, Anthropology, Law, Legal History, Religious Studies, Social Work, Health, and Public Policy.
The UNP-APS series offers opportunities for UNP to build on its already strong reputation in the field of Native American and Indigenous Studies by attracting the best new scholarship in the field and partnering with American Philosophical Society, the largest archive of Native American and Indigenous materials in North America and one of the Top 3 learned societies in the world. The series will cement the working relationship of UNP and APS, as well as draw on the resources of APS as a major, grant-funding institution in Native American and Indigenous Studies through its Phillips Fund Research Grants.
The partners envision the series as open to any high-quality scholarship in the field, but manuscripts will be solicited in broad thematic areas related to editors’ research interests and expertise: Domesticity, Intimacy, and the Family; Decolonization, Reparation, Redress, and other legal issues; and Comparative and Transnational Indigenous Studies. These areas represent some of the most important new directions in the field of American Indian and Indigenous Studies in the last decade.
Paul Spickard and Pekka Hämäläinen, series editors
A venue for the scholarly study of borderlands—of the encounters, intersections, and collisions between peoples and cultures—the books in this series focus on comparative borderlands, multiple identities (borderlands of race, culture, and identity), race in the American West, human migrations, and colonial encounters.
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