New Books from the U of U Press
Gerald R. Clark
A historical and archaeological investigation of a field supply depot used to support Custer's cavalry.
An ecologist reveals the remarkable adaptations of Rocky Mountain plants and animals.
Considers the implications of criminalizing genocide denial.
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The August 4th training is hosted by the Utah State Library through their teleconference system, but anyone can attend as long as they register.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015, 12 – 1pm
Thursday, September 3, 2015, 2 – 10pm
News & Updates
Visit us at these upcoming conferences and events:
July 29-Aug. 1, 2015, Salt Lake City
Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference (RMAC)
September 24-27, 2015, Steamboat Springs, CO
Congratulations to our award-winning authors!
- Julie Neuffer won the Mormon History Association's Best Biography Award 2015 for her book Helen Andelin and the Fascinating Womanhood Movement.
- Jeff Metcalf, author of Requiem for the Living, received the Mayor’s Award in Literary Arts at the Utah Arts Festival in 2015.
- Lily Havey's book Gasa Gasa Girl Goes to Camp has been selected as part of AAUP's Best of the Best from University Presses. It was also a finalist in the Trade Book Illustrated category of the Southwest Book Design & Production Award.
- Gary and Rose Neeleman won First Place in the International Latino 2015 Book Awards for Best Book in Nonfiction, Originally in Portuguese for their book Tracks in the Amazon.
- Kim Young was a finalist for the Kate Tufts Discovery Award for her book Night Radio. Click here to see the award announcement.
- Kara Candito won a Pushcart award for her poem “Monologue during a Blackout,” which appears in her book
- Todd Compton has been awarded the MHA Best Biography Award and the Evans Biography Award for his book
A Frontier Life: Jacob Hamblin, Explorer and Indian Missionary.
- Choice Outstanding Academic Title award went to
Nine Mile Canyon: The Archaeological History of an American Treasure by Jerry D. Spangler.
15 bytes, Utah's art magazine, has named
Final Light: The Life and Art of V. Douglas Snow , edited by Frank McEntire as the most exceptional art book for 2014.