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Body My House

May Swenson's Work and Life

Comb Ridge and Its People

The Ethnohistory of a Rock

Facebook Pedagogy: Humans of UW-Stout, Digital Literacies, and Diversity

Every student has a story. And everywhere our students go, their stories follow.

First Time Up

An Insider's Guide for New Composition Teachers

Folklore Rules

A Fun, Quick, and Useful Introduction to the Field of Academic Folklore Studies

Haunting Experiences

Ghosts in Contemporary Folklore

Landscaping on the New Frontier

Waterwise Design for the Intermountain West

Leave the Dishes in the Sink

Adventures of an Activist in Conservative Utah

Native American Oral Traditions

Collaboration and Interpretation

Out of the Ordinary

Folklore and the Supernatural

Placing the Academy

Essays on Landscape, Work, and Identity

Researching Writing

An Introduction to Research Methods

River Flowing from the Sunrise

An Environmental History of the Lower San Juan

Sacred Land, Sacred View

Navajo Perceptions of the Four Corners Region

The Anguish of Snails

Native American Folklore in the West

The Center Will Hold

Critical Perspectives on Writing Center Scholarship

The Dynamics of Folklore

Revised and Expanded Edition

The Northern Navajo Frontier, 1860-1900

Expansion through Adversity

The Problem with the Phrases “Women and Minorities” and “Women and People of Color”

The phrases “women and minorities” and “women and people of color” can be seen and heard daily in newspaper articles, statistical reports, political rhetoric, and organizational statements in support of diversity. Yet the use of these phrases is highly problematic. 

The River Knows Everything

Desolation Canyon and the Green

The Search for a Common Language

Environmental Writing and Education

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