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.

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Radical Cartographies Participatory Mapmaking from Latin America Bjørn Sletto, Joe Bryan, Alfredo Wagner, Charles Hale
Jericho Charles Bowden, Charles D'Ambrosio
Reading, Writing, and Revolution Escuelitas and the Emergence of a Mexican American Identity in Texas Philis Barragán Goetz
The Swimming Holes of Texas Julie Wernersbach, Carolyn Tracy
Against Abstraction Notes from an Ex-Latin Americanist Alberto Moreiras
Donald Seldin The Maestro of Medicine Raymond S. Greenberg
Making It at Any Cost Aspirations and Politics in a Counterfeit Clothing Marketplace Matías Dewey
Texas Place Names Edward Callary, Jean K. Callary
Landed Internationals Planning Cultures, the Academy, and the Making of the Modern Middle East Burak Erdim
Border Policing A History of Enforcement and Evasion in North America Holly M. Karibo, George T. Díaz
Agent of Change Adela Sloss-Vento, Mexican American Civil Rights Activist and Texas Feminist Cynthia E. Orozco
Lightning through the Clouds ʿIzz al-Din al-Qassam and the Making of the Modern Middle East Mark Sanagan