University of Nevada Press


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A Spiritual Geography of the Great Basin
Believing in Place is the personal testimony of a scientist who discovers the divine in the land he has studied for decades.... more

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This is the second book in a series of detailed guidebooks covering all the best “life-list” backpacking vacations in the spectacular backcountry of the American West.... more

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A Cultural Ecological History of an Arizona Ranching Community
In The Blue and the Green, anthropologist Jack Stauder analyzes how large-scale political, social, and environmental processes have transformed ranching and rural life in the West.... more

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Italian Immigrants in Eureka, Nevada, and the Fish Creek Massacre
Charcoal and Blood is a detailed account of a heinous crime perpetrated on Italian immigrants engaged in the production of charcoal on Nevada’s mining frontier at the close of the nineteenth century.... more

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From Boys to Men
The Great Depression of the 1930s had a devastating impact on sparsely populated Nevada and its two major industries, mining and agriculture.... more

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Young Men and the Rise of Lifestyle
Class Acts explores the development of lifestyle marketing from the 1960s to the 1990s. During this time, young men began manipulating their identities by taking on the mannerisms, culture, and fashion of the working class and poor.... more

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The Gambler’s Apprentice tells the story of a teenage boy growing up in Texas during desperate times.... more

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The Market Day Massacre
On April 26, 1937, a massive aerial attack by German and Italian forces reduced the Basque city of Gernika to rubble and left more than sixteen hundred people dead.... more