Featured Books, Journals and Other Publications

Ahsahta Press (Department of English)

Ahsahta Press, a not-for-profit literary publisher, was founded at Boise State University in 1974 to preserve the best works by early poets of the American West, including many underpublished women poets. Beginning with the works of "Objectivist" writer Norman Macleod in 1975, poetry by Peggy Pond Church, H.L. Davis, Hazel Hall, Gwendolen Haste, Haniel Long, Genevieve Taggard and others was restored to print. Ahsahta Press editors Dale Boyer, Orvis Burmaster, and Tom Trusky soon added works by contemporary Western poets to their list, including David Baker, Linda Bierds, Richard Blessing, Wyn Cooper, Gretel Ehrlich, Ken McCullough, and Carolyne Wright. The Modern and Contemporary Poets of the American West series was continued until 2002, when The New Series was established under the editorship of Janet Holmes. It comprised 56 titles, of which 45 are contained in ScholarWorks.

BOGA: Basque Studies Consortium Journal (Basque Studies)

ISSN 2325-7628

ONGI ETORRI—Welcome!

BOGA: Basque Studies Consortium Journal, published by Basque Studies at Boise State University, is a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed, open-access academic publication dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Basque culture. We hope to encourage interaction among academics from various learning traditions to forge "Learning Links" via collaboration with other institutions and individuals in a mutually supportive global network. ON EGIN—Enjoy!

Faculty Authored Books

The Faculty Authored Books collection is comprised of monographs written by members of the Boise State University Faculty on a variety of subjects. Some titles are available for download as a pdf and for others you will find a link to the library catalog where you can find a copy of the book. Most titles are also available in the Boise State Special Collections and Archives located on the 2nd floor of Albertsons Library.

FOCUS on Boise State (University Documents)

“FOCUS on Boise State” formerly FOCUS, the university’s alumni magazine, includes news about Boise State’s programs, events and people, as well as in-depth features that explore a broad range of issues and ideas. Traditionally published three times a year, this award-winning publication is mailed to 54,000 alumni and university friends and also distributed on campus and locally.

International Journal of Undergraduate Community Engagement

The International Journal of Undergraduate Community Engagement (IJUCE) is a multi-disciplinary Open Access journal published semiannually and is available online. This journal is committed to undergraduate students that are involved in undergraduate research and community engagement. Students are encouraged to submit scholarly writing and original artifacts that focus on community service, service-learning, and other community engaged activities and projects.

McNair Scholars Research Journal (Student Research)

Each Spring, the McNair Scholars Program publishes the Boise State McNair Scholars Research Journal, featuring articles reporting on research conducted during the McNair Summer Research Institute. The journal provides a unique opportunity for McNair Scholars to experience the publication process and develop important writing and revision skills.

University Books (University Documents)

The University Books collection contains over 10 works written about Boise State University, the Treasure Valley, or collections in the Boise State Special Collections and Archives. Some titles are available for download as a pdf and for others you will find a link to the library catalog where you can find a copy of the book.

Western Writers Online (Department of English)

Western Writers Online was a short-lived peer-reviewed journal and research hub devoted to authoritative, accessible scholarship on the writers of the North American West. Between 2013 and 2015 we published original, peer-reviewed articles and links to resources illuminating the lives and works of western authors. In 2015, we migrated our four scholarly articles here to Boise State University’s Scholarworks for archiving. Articles are available for free download by clicking on titles below. Western Writers Online was sponsored by Boise State University, a project of the Hemingway Western Studies Center and the BSU Digital Humanities initiative. WWO inherited the scholarly mission of the Boise State University Western Writers Series (1972-2006), a publisher of booklet-length introductions to western writers. WWO editors were Tara Penry (Boise State University), Donald Barclay (University of California, Merced), and Jennifer Adkison (Henderson State University).

Western Writers Series Digital Editions (Department of English)

The Boise State University Western Writers Series provides brief, authoritative introductions to writers and classic texts of the American west. The purpose of all the booklets in the Western Writers Series is to deepen the understanding and appreciation for the literature of the American west, in all its range and complexity. The Western Writers Series Digital Editions, produced in collaboration with Albertsons Library Special Collections, now allows readers to view all 23 of the out-of-print volumes, with subjects ranging from Vardis Fisher to N. Scott Momaday, from Jack Kerouac to Sam Shepard.

ZUBIA: Basque Studies Student Scholarship (Basque Studies)

ZUBIA (Basque for bridge) is a collection of Boise State University student scholarship from the Basque Studies program.