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University of North Texas Press

The University of North Texas Press was founded in 1987 and published its first book in 1989. Though we are the newest university press in North Texas (following SMU Press and TCU Press), we have quickly become a leading press with the most titles in print (more than 300) and published (15 to 16 each year). We are fully accredited members of the Association of American University Presses. Our books are distributed and marketed nationally and internationally through the Texas A&M University Press Consortium.
 
The University of North Texas Press is dedicated to producing the highest quality scholarly, academic, and general interest books for the Dallas-Fort Worth-Denton metroplex, state, national, and international communities as part of an outreach activity. As a part of the largest and most comprehensive research university in North Texas, UNT Press holds to the philosophy that university presses should be on the cutting edge of publishing and thus is not adverse to the different and unusual in its publishing agenda. We are committed to serving all peoples by publishing stories of their cultures and their experiences that have been overlooked. We seek to nurture the development of writers by publishing first books and by publishing poetry and short story collections. We strive to advance understanding and appreciation of the historical, intellectual, scientific, and cultural milieu through our publications. Through sales, advertisements, and reviews of UNT Press books nationally and internationally, we strive to enhance and support the University of North Texas as an academic presence in education and community life.
 
Contact Information
 
Mailing Address:
UNT Press
1155 Union Circle #311336
Denton, TX 76203
 
Shipping Address:
1506 W. Highland St.
Willis Library 251P
Denton, TX 76203
 
Phone: 940-565-2142
 
Ron Chrisman, Director
 
Karen DeVinney, Managing Editor
 
Elizabeth Whitby, Marketing Manager
 
April Eubanks, Administrative Assistant

 

 
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Edited by Morgan Gieringer
 
cloth / 978-1-68040-004-5 / $29.95
 
Joshua C. Chilton first described UNT as “independent, original and progressive” in his inaugural speech opening the university in 1890. In the 125 years since then the university ... More
Edited by James Ward Lee, Carolyn N. Barnes, Kent A. Bowman and Laura Crow
 
paper / 978-0-929398-29-7 / $23.95 s
 
In 1941, when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States found itself in a total war, the people of Texas rallied to the war effort. Men ... More
By A. C. Greene
 
cloth / 978-1-57441-043-3 / $21.95 s
 
Undaunted by the furor caused by his first listing, A. C. Greene offers a new selective survey for anyone who wants to know more about Texas and Texas ... More
By Lawrence D. Collins M.D.
 
cloth / 978-0-929398-83-9 / $29.95 s
 
Collins chronicles his experiences from training in Texas to service in Italy at Paestum, Dragoni, and worst of all, the desperate “Hell's Half Acre” of Anzio Beach, where, ... More
By A. C. Greene
 
paper / 978-1-57441-213-0 / $27.95
 
Short as the life of the Southern Overland Mail turned out to be—less than three years in its span—the saga of the Butterfield Trail remains a romantic high ... More
David Collins
Foreword by Evan Wolfson and Julian Castro
 
cloth / 978-1-57441-692-3 / $29.95
 
In early 2013 same-sex marriage was legal in only ten states and the District of Columbia. That year the Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor appeared to open ... More
Meagan Cass
 
paper / 978-1-57441-694-7 / $14.95
 
Drawing from fairy tales, ghost stories, and science-fiction, the stories in ActivAmerica explore how we confront (and exert) power and re-imagine ourselves through sports and athletic activities. A group ... More
Edited by Chris Dubbs and John-Daniel Kelley
 
cloth / 978-1-57441-713-5 / $29.95
 
The AEF in Print is an anthology that tells the story of U.S. involvement in World War I through newspaper and magazine articles—precisely how the American public experienced ... More
Edited by Max Oelschlaeger
 
paper / 978-0-929398-40-2 / $17.95 s
cloth / 978-0-929398-44-0 / $27.95 s
 
After Earth Day celebrates the spirit of Earth Day as exemplifying the sustained commitments of many different people and organizations to a common cultural effort:conservation itself. As the ... More
James Carson
 
cloth / 978-1-57441-611-4 / $32.95
 
Henry Martyn Lazelle (1832–1917) was the only cadet in the history of the US Military Academy to be suspended and sent back a year (for poor grades and ... More