Women’s Western Voices
This series offers books on the experiences of women in the American West, including their writings, movements, creative work, institutional influence, activism, and labor, between 1700 and 1990. The series includes, but is not limited to, historical monographs, biographies, annotated diaries or memoirs, and women’s narratives. Series books maintain a high level of scholarship and accessibility.
This series features an examination of women in North America west of the Mississippi River, including the borderland regions of Mexico and Canada. The series seeks interdisciplinary, multicultural, and comparative scholarship, and diverse narratives to provide new interpretations of events, personalities, and patterns in western American history. By placing women’s voices at the center of the western experience, the series seeks to challenge the periodization of western history and contribute new insights to a complex and diverse western past.
Rethinking Western Women's History and the North American West
Pregnancy, Motherhood, and Choice in Twentieth-Century Arizona
Across the Plains
Sarah Royce’s Western Narrative
Gender and Generation on the Far Western Frontier