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  • Kristen Buckles, Editor-in-Chief Read Bio
    Kristen Buckles is the University of Arizona Press’s editor-in-chief. In addition to managing the Acquisitions Department, Kristen acquires books in history, Indigenous studies, Latina/o studies, and Latin American studies.

  • Allyson Carter, Senior Editor Read Bio
    Allyson Carter serves as senior editor of the University of Arizona Press and acquires new manuscripts for specialists and general readers in anthropology, Indigenous studies, archaeology, environmental science, and space science. She has contributed to the Press’s Acquisitions team since 2003.

  • Scott De Herrera, Assistant Editor Read Bio
    Scott De Herrera is an assistant editor in the University of Arizona Press’s Acquisitions Department. He acquires poetry and fiction for the Press's two award-winning literary series, Camino del Sol and Sun Tracks.

  • Stacey Wujcik, Editorial Assistant Read Bio
    Stacey Wujcik is an editorial assistant in the Acquisitions Department at the University of Arizona Press. Prior to joining the Press in fall 2016, she worked in the publications and editorial services department at the Yale University Art Gallery.

  • Natasha Varner, Editor-at-Large Read Bio
    Natasha Varner is an Editor-at-Large for the University of Arizona Press. She acquires books in Indigenous Studies, history, and Latin American Studies.

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