AAA 2021 Virtual Booth

Welcome to the University Press of Colorado
2021 American Anthropological Association virtual booth!

Below, you'll find links to the new and soon-to-be published titles that are debuting this year, and we are offering a special 50% discount with free domestic shipping* on all titles in Anthropology, Archaeology, Folklore and Indigenous Studies, so be sure to stock up! Just fill your shopping cart and use promo code AAA21 at checkout. *Discount expires Dec. 31st, 2021. (Please note books that are not-yet-published will backorder, with estimated publication dates subject to change.)

If you had a project you were hoping to talk to us about, connect with us during the conference through the virtual exhibit hall, or reach out to Allegra Martschenko at at your convenience. If you have questions about the discount offer, title availability, or the website, please email Beth Svinarich at .

New and forthcoming titles:

A Forest of History

The Maya after the Emergence of Divine Kingship

Akulmiut Neqait

Fish and Food of the Akulmiut

Chuj (Mayan) Narratives

Folklore, History, and Ethnography from Northwestern Guatemala

Fanning the Sacred Flame

Mesoamerican Studies in Honor of H. B. Nicholson

Historicizing Fear

Ignorance, Vilification, and Othering

Life at Swift Water Place

Northwest Alaska at the Threshold of European Contact

Nunakun-gguq Ciutengqertut

They Say They Have Ears Through the Ground: Animal Essays from Southwest Alaska

Reshaping the World

Debates on Mesoamerican Cosmologies

Return to Ixil

Maya Society in an Eighteenth-Century Yucatec Town

Rewriting Maya Religion

Domingo de Vico, K’iche’ Maya Intellectuals, and the Theologia Indorum

Rituals and Sisterhoods

Single Women’s Households in Mexico, 1560–1750

Thanks for Watching

An Anthropological Study of Video Sharing on YouTube

The Dawn of Industrial Agriculture in Iowa

Anthropology, Literature, and History

The Greater Chaco Landscape

Ancestors, Scholarship, and Advocacy

The Poetics of Processing

Memory Formation, Identity, and the Handling of the Dead

The Rain Gods’ Rebellion

The Cultural Basis of a Nahua Insurgency

Why Those Who Shovel Are Silent

A History of Local Archaeological Knowledge and Labor

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