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The University of Texas Press is a book and journal publisher with a focal point where the life experiences, insights, and specialized knowledge of writers converge to be disseminated in both print and digital formats. By launching a scholarly press in 1950, the University of Texas at Austin made several important statements: books matter; books educate; and publishing good books is a public responsibility and an essential component of higher education. The press has published more than 3,000 print books and produces approximately 100 new scholarly, reference, trade books and 13 scholarly journals each year.

Cinema's Original Sin D.W. Griffith, American Racism, and the Rise of Film Culture Paul McEwan
Fatherhood in the Borderlands A Daughter's Slow Approach Domino Renee Perez
Visible Borders, Invisible Economies Living Death in Latinx Narratives Kristy L. Ulibarri
Siblings of Soil Dominicans and Haitians in the Age of Revolutions Charlton W. Yingling
Migrant Feelings, Migrant Knowledge Building a Community Archive Robert Irwin
You're with Stupid kranky, Chicago, and the Reinvention of Indie Music Bruce Adams
The Color Pynk Black Femme Art for Survival Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley
Only the Names Have Been Changed Dragnet, the Police Procedural, and Postwar Culture Claudia Calhoun
Undocumented Motherhood Conversations on Love, Trauma, and Border Crossing Elizabeth Farfán-Santos
Oaxaca in Motion An Ethnography of Internal, Transnational, and Return Migration Iván Sandoval-Cervantes
Black Country Music Listening for Revolutions Francesca T. Royster
I've Had to Think Up a Way to Survive On Trauma, Persistence, and Dolly Parton Lynn Melnick
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