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About The University of Nebraska Press Collection

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As part of the Nebraska Publications Clearinghouse, the Library Commission also collects selected titles from the University of Nebraska Press, adding approximately 75 items per year in American Studies, Natural History in Nebraska, Nebraska Authors, Western History, and Native American Studies.  The Clearinghouse also receives Scholarly journals from the University of Nebraska Press, including Prairie Schooner, Great Plains Quarterly, Great Plains Research, and Middle West Review.

The University of Nebraska Press, founded in 1941, is a nonprofit academic publisher of scholarly and general-interest books. The Press is under the auspices of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, the main campus of the University of Nebraska system.  The Press publishes approximately 170 new and reprint titles annually, and has more than 3,000 titles in print. It publishes primarily non-fiction books and scholarly journals, in both print and electronic editions, and is considered one of the most prestigious academic presses in the country.  It is best known for its works in Native Studies, Western History, Sports, Anthropology, Geography, American History and Studies, American Cultural Studies, Creative Works and Military History, and publishes under Nebraska Press, Bison Books, Potomac Books, and the Jewish Publication Society imprints.

University of Nebraska Press titles can be found by searching the Online Catalog, with all call numbers beginning with U5000, U5001, or U5002.

Items may be checked out from this collection by searching the Online Catalog, clicking the Details icon (magnifying glass at the bottom of the record), then clicking the Request This Item button.  Once you fill in your contact information, click Send Request. Your request will be answered by a member of the Reference Services team at the Library Commission.