As part of the University of Nebraska’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, the University of Nebraska Press office is currently closed. Our employees are, however, still hard at work producing the books and journals you depend on, but now they are doing it from their homes.
We strongly urge our valued customers to place orders through this website rather than by mail or phone. We are able to process online orders as quickly and efficiently from our temporary work sites as from our regular office. Ordering via mail, in particular, is likely to result in delayed processing.
Our journals printing and warehousing partner is still printing and sending out new issues of our journals and fulfilling back issue orders. If you are looking for stimulating reading material, this might be a good time to browse our available back issues.
For over two decades, the University of Nebraska Press has been the publishing home for some of the most important scholarly journals in the fields of Native American studies, women’s studies, literature, regional studies, and more. The Journals: Management and Publishing Solutions (J:MaPS) division delivers the work of editors and authors from around the world to libraries and individual readers through the publication of approximately thirty journals.
In addition to serving as the Press’s journals publishing arm, J:MaPS serves the academic community through its management of special publishing projects for a number of clients and its ongoing arrangement to produce the educational publications of Nebraska Extension.
The University of Nebraska Press is the largest university press located between Chicago and California with more than 6,000 titles in print and an additional 150 new titles published each year under the Nebraska, Bison Books, and Potomac Books, and The Backwaters Press imprints. It also produces and distributes the books of The Jewish Publication Society under a special arrangement.
Most journals published by the University of Nebraska Press are available electronically through Project MUSE, a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community around the world. Founded in 1995, Project MUSE is a trusted and reliable source of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals from many of the world’s leading universities and scholarly societies.
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Many of the University of Nebraska Press’s journals have been selected for electronic archival preservation and ongoing library access through JSTOR. Content becomes available on JSTOR three years after publication.