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University of New Mexico Press

With over 1,200 titles currently in print and as a distributor for local and regional publishers, the University of New Mexico Press has been an important element in enhancing the scholarly reputation and worldwide visibility of the university. The press produces scholarly books in the arts, humanities, and natural and social sciences - more specifically, in the areas of fine arts, Western history, Latin American studies, literature, poetry, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology, and natural history.


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  1. Lines in the Sand

    Explores the processes of nationalism and national identity formation in the half century that followed the War of the Pacific. This book considers the national projects of Peru and Chile in the disputed territories and shows how these efforts were received among the diverse social strata of the region. Learn More
    £32.50

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  2. Swept Under the Rug

    Grounded in archival research and cultural and economic approaches, this new book situates Navajo weavers within the economic history of the Southwest and debunks the romantic stereotypes of weavers and traders that have dominated the literature. Learn More
    £32.95

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  4. Spaceshots & Snapshots of Projects Mercury & Gemini

    The race to space between the US and the Soviet Union captured the popular imagination. This book tells the story of the people and events of Projects Mercury and Gemini with hundreds of unpublished and rare photographs. Unlike other publications, which illustrate the space race with well-known and easily accessible images, this history draws from the authors’ private library of over one hundred thousand high-quality photos of the early US manned-space programme. Learn More
    £48.50

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  5. New Mexico

    Internationally renowned photographer Lucian Niemeyer and National Park Service historian Art Gómez have combined talents in this stunning presentation of the Land of Enchantment. Niemeyer’s more than 150 colour photographs and Gómez’s sweeping history encompass the entire state throughout the seasons, presenting the region’s people, cultures, and magnificent scenery. Learn More
    £32.50

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  6. New Mexico

    Photographer Lucian Niemeyer and National Park Service historian Art Gomez have combined talents in a new presentation on New Mexico. Over 150 colour photographs encompass the entire state throughout the seasons presenting New Mexico's people, cultures, and magnificent scenery at the millennium. Gomez's sweeping history views the state in terms of corridors, geographic as well as cultural. Learn More
    £48.50

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  7. Try to Get Lost

    Through the author's travels, Try to Get Lost explores the quest for place that compels and defines us: the things we carry, how politics infuse geography, media's depictions of an idea of home, the reverberations of the word "hotel", and the ceaseless discovery generated by encounters with self and others on familiar and foreign ground. Learn More
    £21.50

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  8. Salud

    A comprehensive guide to improving communication with Spanish-speaking patients and their families, and English-speaking medical personnel, Salud is an invaluable reference tool. It provides information to enable effective communication that will result in thorough patient interviews, identification of existing conditions, and a more comfortable relationship between healthcare provider and patient. Learn More
    £42.95

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  9. The Spanish Colonial Settlement Landscapes of New Mexico, 1598-1680

    The Spanish began to settle New Mexico in the sixteenth century, and although scholars have long known the names of those settlers, this is the first book to place the colonists on the map. Using documentary, genealogical, and archaeological sources, Elinore M. Barrett depicts the settlement patterns of Spaniards in New Mexico from 1598 up to 1680, when the Pueblo Revolt forced the colonists to retreat. Learn More
    £32.50

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  10. Pablita Velarde

    This beautiful art book combines the historical memoir of a beloved artist with her art, featuring 28 paintings in full colour, some previously unpublished and rarely seen. The author spent many hours with Pablita Velarde recording her stories as first person reminiscences, which the artist has fully endorsed. Each story is illustrated with one of Pablita's paintings of Pueblo life. Learn More
    £37.50

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  11. Santa Fe

    Offers a fresh and nostalgic look at the streamliners of the Santa Fe railroad from the late thirties to the early seventies. They're all here: the Super Chief, the Chief, El Capitan, and the San Francisco Chief. The book includes many photographs never before seen in other Santa Fe railroad books. Numerous interior pictures of the various cars remind us how wonderful train travel used to be. Learn More
    £21.50

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  12. 3-D Art/Teche

    The fourth title in the innovative New Mexico Artist Series, 3-D art/techne spotlights once again the extraordinary art and artistic life in New Mexico today. 3-D art/techne explores the work of more than thirty artists based in New Mexico who use traditional skills in non-traditional ways or who use non-traditional materials in traditional ways. Learn More
    £48.50

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  13. Calunga and the Legacy of an African Language in Brazil

    Steven Byrd’s study provides a comprehensive linguistic description of Calunga based on two years of interviews with speakers of the language. He examines its history and historical context as well as its linguistic context, its sociolinguistic profile, and its lexical and grammatical outlines. Learn More
    £58.95

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