Museum of New Mexico Press


  • Dictators and the Disappeared

    Democracy Lost and Restored

    Dictators and the Disappeared is a timely look at a tumultuous period in Latin American history. Essays by Maryam Ahranjani, Francisco Letelier, Nancy Morris, Michael Nutkiewicz, Alicia Partnoy, and Natasha Zaretsky represent a range of topics and perspectives considering political events and what it means to live and struggle today with the ... more

  • Harwood Centennial

    100 Works for 100 Years

    The Harwood Museum of Art in Taos houses among the finest collections of New Mexican and Southwest art. In celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the museum, this publication highlights one hundred works drawn from more than 6,500 objects collected since its establishment. more

  • New Mexico Poetry Anthology 2023


    New Mexico Poetry Anthology 2023 is an "ode and homage to nuestra querencia, our beloved homeland." Two hundred original, previously unpublished poems explore themes such as community, culture, history, identity, landscape, and water. more

  • Here, Now and Always

    Voices of The First Peoples of The Southwest

    This revised and expanded 2nd edition of Here, Now & Always, is reissued as a companion to the recently renovated permanent exhibition at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture in Santa Fe. The book and exhibit draw from the museum's vast collections, including art, basketry, pottery, textiles and ancestral items, to illustrate Native narratives ... more

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