The University of Idaho Press was founded in 1972 as the scholarly publisher of the University of Idaho, a land-grant university located in Idaho's panhandle. The program has expanded over the years and today, the UI Press is the largest press in Idaho, publishing eight to ten new titles a year and some reprints. To date, the Press has approximately ninety titles in print. Major genre published by the Press include Idaho, northern Rocky Mountains, and regional history; natural history of that area; Native American culture & history; mining history; Hemingway studies; ecological literary criticism; resource & policy studies; and literature of the west. The Press also co-publishes The Hemingway Review, with the Hemingway Society, a biannual journal featuring articles on the life and work of Ernest Hemingway, and the Native Plants Journal in conjunction with the UI Forest Research Nursery.
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