A series which documents happenings of a community from the early 1520s to the twenty-first century through monographs, biographies, and textbooks that explore how African Americans fit, challenged, and expanded historical narratives concerning the general interpretation of Texan identity.
Series Editors: Will Guzmán, Kimberly D. Hill, William T. Hoston
A book series aiming to map desert multitudes—geographies, histories, cultures, and ecologies—through engagement with scholars and practitioners across humanities disciplines in order to expand static notions of desert places.
Series Editors: Ron Broglio, Celina Osuna
A series which publishes Vietnamese and Southeast Asian American memoirs, novels, poetry, graphic novels, and experimental works, seeking to foster dialogue and understanding by supporting contemporary authors whose rich and complex stories need to be championed and heard.
DVAN Executive Editor: Isabelle Pelaud
From the vantage point of the U.S.-Mexico border, this series will promote a global approach to borderlands history, publishing works on zones of cultural interaction and contestation globally, as well as theoretical or thematic works that transcend geographical regions.
Series editors: Ignacio Martinez, Leslie Waters, Samuel Brunk
Iron Horse Prize for a First Book of Collected Prose
A yearly prize for a first book of short stories and essays. Submissions are open in summer from June 15-August 15 through the Iron Horse Literary Review.
Series Editor: Katie Cortese
Grover E. Murray Studies in the American Southwest
The Grover E. Murray Studies in the American Southwest is a book series devoted to all aspects of culture, history, natural history, and the sciences as they serve to define the Southwest and to engage and enlighten its broadest constituency.
Judith Keeling Books
Established in recognition of a lifetime of achievement in and dedication to scholarly publishing, Judith Keeling Books honor works undertaken through careful research and assiduous attention to detail that make a valuable, perhaps otherwise unnoticed, contribution to the scholarly community and to the literary culture of Texas and the American West.
The Rodenberger Prize provides for a $1,000 award and publication of the manuscript best illuminating women’s roles in the history, culture, and letters of Texas and the American West, especially in West Texas and the Texas Border Region.
Modern Jewish History
From the Haskalah to the present, the series brings to life works of Modern Jewish History, with a special emphasis on the American West. Modern Jewish History also works to professionalize amateur archiving and history writing in the field.
Series Editors: Bryan Edward Stone and Jonathan Friedmann
Peace and Conflict Series
A book series that, although examining the interrelationship of culture and environment, seeks to illuminate and define the Great Plains, its peoples, and its landscape through original monographs, edited collections, biographies, memoir, and comparative studies.
Series Editor: John Wunder
Politics of the Modern Southwest
A series which will explore the regional dynamics shaping modern American politics both within and beyond the stereotypical discourse of “red versus blue.”
Series Editor: Sean Cunningham
Texas Sports Heroes
A book series that profiles Texas sporting legends, particularly spotlighting those who do not always get their due recognition. These books are written with the general reader in mind, young and old.
Series Editor: Jorge Iber
Voice in the American West
It is the confluence of differences, in its lands and peoples, that forms the American West. The book series Voice in the American West seeks the headwaters from which the West arises, its stories in first person and in every iteration of voice, in images as well as words, in line and color as well as sound and speech.
Series Editor: Andy Wilkinson
Walt McDonald First Book Prize in Poetry
Named for its first poetry editor, TTU Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of English Walter Robert (Walt) McDonald, this annual invitation-only first-book prize awards publication annually to exceptional previously unpublished poets.
Series Editor: Rachel Mennies
Women, Gender, and the West
A scholarly book series that seeks to interrogate and expand the boundaries between gendered constructions of self, space, identity, and place, particularly as related to the American West.