Submissions from 2024


“No Matter How Hot It is, You Just Have to Do the Work”: Examining Farmworkers’ Experiences with Heat and Climate Change in Idaho, Carly Hyland, Delmy Flores, Grace Augusto, Irene Ruiz, Marielena Vega, and Rulon Wood

Submissions from 2023


Identifying Plan Perceptions: Higher Education Institutions as Arts and Cultural Anchors, Amanda Ashley, Carolyn G. Loh, Leslie Durham, Rose Kim, and Karen Bubb


Municipal Arts and Cultural Plans: Implementation and Impact, Carolyn G. Loh, Amanda Ashley, Leslie Durham, and Aaron Williams

Submissions from 2022


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Practices in Arts and Cultural Planning, Amanda J. Ashley, Carolyn G. Loh, Karen Bubb, and Leslie Durham


Our Diversity is Our Strength: Explaining Variation in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Emphasis in Municipal Arts and Cultural Plans, Carolyn G. Loh, Amanda J. Ashley, Leslie Durham, and Karen Bubb

Books from 2017

The Golden Age of Boise Theatre: 1900-1920, Charles E. Lauterbach

Books from 2016

Comedian of the Frontier: The Life of Actor/Manager Jack Langrishe, 1825-1895, Margaret McCutcheon Lauterbach and Charles E. Lauterbach

Books from 2015

Jolly Della Pringle: Star of the Western Stage, Charles E. Lauterbach

Books from 2013

Women's Voices on American Stages in the Early Twenty-First Century: Sarah Ruhl and Her Contemporaries, Leslie Atkins Durham

Pioneer Theatre in the Boise Basin: 1863-1899: Boise, Idaho Theatre from Gold Rush Days Through the Gilded Age, Charles E. Lauterbach

Submissions from 2009

Found Images and Networked Americas in the Builders Association’s Alladeen, Leslie Atkins Durham

Theatre Lives, Leslie Atkins Durham and Sally H. Shedd

Submissions from 2008

Lisa Kron: Facing and Placing Lesbian Identity on New York Stages, Leslie Atikins Durham

Submissions from 2005

Performing Gertrude Stein: Faith Ringgold’s Signification on Primitivism in The French Collection, Leslie Atkins Durham

Staging Gertrude Stein: Absence, Culture, and the Landscape of American Alternative Theatre, Leslie Atkins Durham

Submissions from 2002

A Pop Parade of American Fantasy: Staging National Identity in The Mother of Us All, Leslie Atkins Durham