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    The Colorado Trail in crisis: a naturalist's field report on climate change in mountain ecosystems
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2024) Ford, Karl, author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    This book uses the author's hike on the Colorado Trail to frame a conservation-themed and scientific synthesis work about the sweeping transformation of Colorado's mountain ecosystems and associated wilderness impacted by climate change.--Provided by publisher.
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    The sheep industry of territorial New Mexico: livestock, land, and dollars
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2024) Wallace, Jon M., author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    Account of the New Mexico sheep industry during the territorial period (1846-1912), including expansion into Southern Colorado and provision of meat and wool to US East and Midwest. Considers consequences of open range grazing and Hispanic, Anglo, Indigenous relationships.--Provided by publisher.
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    Voices of indigenuity
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Montgomery, Michelle R., editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    A collection of Indigenous authors discuss the ways they have utilized Traditional Ecological Knowledge for inclusive teaching practices and in environmental justice efforts.--Provided by publisher.
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    Last paper standing: a century of competition between the the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Ward, Ken J., author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    History of competition between the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News, 1859-2009. Details founding of both papers, including key figures and strategies, and their competition for Denver's newspaper market until the News' closing in 2009.--Provided by publisher.
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    Violence and inequality: an archaeological history
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Leppard, Thomas P., editor; Murray, Sarah C., editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    A multi-authored investigation of the relationship between violence and social inequalities in the archaeology of social complexity, exploring how different modes of social violence can militate different types of social constitution.--Provided by publisher.
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    Maya-British conflict at the edge of the Yucatecan caste war
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Kray, Christine A., author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    An examination of the land and labor questions at the heart of the Social War of Yucatán, focusing on interactions among Maya groups, Yucatecans of Spanish descent, and British settlers in what is now Belize between 1847-72.--Provided by publisher.
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    Francisco López de Gómara's General history of the Indies
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Lehmann, Clayton Miles, translator; Helmer, Ángela, translator; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    This work is the first English translation of the entire text of part one of sixteenth-century Spanish historian Francisco López de Gómara's The General History of the Indies. This translation expands the archive of texts available to English-speakers reconsidering the various aspects of the European invasion of America.--Provided by publisher.
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    Birds and beasts of ancient Mesoamerica: animal symbolism in the Postclassic period
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Milbrath, Susan, editor; Baquedano, Elizabeth, editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    Birds and Beasts of Ancient Mesoamerica explores animal symbolism in the Postclassic era, deconstructing the placement and use of animal symbolism in material practices and indigenous cosmology.--Provided by publisher.
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    The friar and the Maya: Diego de Landa and the account of the things of Yucatan
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Restall, Matthew, author; Solari, Amara, author; Chuchiak, John, F., IV, author; Ardren, Traci, author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    The Friar and the Maya offers a new translation of Relación de las Cosas de Yucatán (Account of the Things of Yucatan), created over more than a decade from the original manuscript held by the Academia Real in Madrid.--Provided by publisher.
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    Research, education, and American Indian partnerships at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Ryan, Susan C., editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    This volume celebrates and examines the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's past, present, and future by providing a backdrop for the not-for-profit's beginnings and highlighting key accomplishments in research, education, and American Indian initiatives over the past four decades.--Provided by publisher.
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    Ritual and economy in a pre-Columbian chiefdom: the El Cajón region of Honduras
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Hirth, Kenneth, author; Hirth, Susan, author; Hassemann, George, author; Lara-Pinto, Gloria, author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    An archaeological examination of the organization and ritual economy of a pre-Columbian chiefdom that developed in the El Cajón Region of central Honduras from 400 BC-AD 1000. Special attention is paid to jade and marble artifacts.--Provided by publisher.
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    Power and identity at the margins of the ancient Near East
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Mohr, Sara, editor; Thompson, Shane M., editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    Power and Identity at the Margins of the Ancient Near East rethinks the dichotomy between antiquated terms such as "core" and "periphery," explores lived realities in the margins of central authority and centers those margins as places of resistance and power in their own right.--Provided by publisher.
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    Brooke at the bar: inside our legal system
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Wunnicke, Brooke, author; Wunnicke, Diane B., compiler; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    Brooke Wunnicke was the first woman to be a trial and appellate attorney in Wyoming, laying the foundation for future generations of female attorneys. Brooke at the Bar is a lively, personal and humorous autobiography including reflections on the legal system and what it means in the United States.--Provided by publisher.
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    PMP certification: a beginner's guide
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2022) Angel, George C., author; Drager, Becky, artist; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    This fourth edition provides up-to-date information on how to effectively manage projects, programs, and portfolios. It includes new content at the end of each chapter and a mock exam to help prepare readers for the PMI certification exams to prepare the reader to become a certified PMP or CAPM. --Provided by publisher.
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    The legacies of the Basin of Mexico
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Cordova, Carlos E., editor; Morehart, Christopher T., editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    This volume celebrates the contributions from The Basin of Mexico: The Ecological Processes in the Evolution of a Civilization by William T. Sanders, Jeffrey R. Parsons, and Robert S. Santley. This influential work synthesized the results of the Basin of Mexico survey projects, while providing lines of research in Mesoamerica.--Provided by publisher.
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    Building an archaeology of Maya urbanism: planning and flexibility in the American tropics
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Marken, Damien B., editor; Arnauld, M. Charlotte, editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    Building an Archaeology of Maya Urbanism tears down misconceptions of Maya cities, building a new archaeology of Maya urbanism, highlighting the dynamics of an ancient civilization of the Americas. Exploring agents and processes that modified Maya urban landscapes, this volume highlights the flexibility of urbanization in the Maya lowlands.--Provided by publisher.
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    Society and natural resources: a summary of knowledge
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Manfredo, Michael J., editor; Vaske, Jerry J., editor; Bruyere, Brett L., editor; Field, Donald R., editor; Brown, Perry J., editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    This book is a reprint of the original edited volume first published in 2004. In thirty-one chapters, the edited volume documents the exciting period of the emerging interdisciplinary field of society and natural resource scholarship from 1986 to 2004.--Provided by publisher.
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    Staging Christ's passion in eighteenth-century Nahua Mexico
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Burkhart, Louise M., author; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    Staging Christ's Passion in Eighteenth-Century Nahua Mexico explores the Passion plays performed in Nahuatl (Aztec) by Indigenous Mexicans living under Spanish colonial occupation, a unique manifestation of the theatrical performances of Christ's final travails that arose in twelfth-century Europe.--Provided by publisher.
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    The transnational construction of Mayanness: reading modern Mesoamerica through US archives
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Armstrong-Fumero, Fernando, editor; Fallaw, Ben, editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    The Transnational Construction of Mayanness explores how people from the US contributed to the construction of the Maya as an area of academic knowledge and affected the lives of the Maya peoples subject to anthropological research from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Provided by publisher.
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    From ancient Rome to colonial Mexico: religious globalization in the context of empire
    (Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Wright-Carr, David Charles, editor; Simón, Francisco Marco, editor; University Press of Colorado, publisher
    From Ancient Rome to Colonial Mexico compares the Christianization of the Roman Empire with the evangelization of Mesoamerica. With the analysis of empire and globalization and a postcolonial perspective on religion, the book proposes the method of "analytical comparison" to conceptualize affinities and differences between geographies.--Provided by publisher.