Modern American West
The goal of the Modern American West series is to advance scholarly and public understanding of the rich history of the twentieth-century American West by publishing creative works of research and synthesis. Volumes in the series are distinguished by both original research and careful analysis of existing secondary literature.
The series editors seek single- or co-authored works that identify new directions for scholarship and develop new interpretive frameworks, while also providing comprehensive introductions to particular topics. Possible subjects include cultural life, economic and social developments, the environment, natural resources, politics, urban development, gender and sexuality, and ethnic and racial groups of the American West in the twentieth century. The series also includes a set of works on western regions. The intended audience includes scholars and students across disciplines, as well as general history readers.
Please contact the series editors for a full description and submission guidelines.
Indian Resilience and Rebuilding
Indigenous Nations in the Modern American West
Rocky Mountain Heartland
Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming in the Twentieth Century
Mexican-Origin People in the United States
A Topical History
The Federal Landscape
An Economic History of the Twentieth-Century West
Re-imagining the Modern American West
A Century of Fiction, History, and Art