Here's a look at ten new books from authors with University of Montana connections.
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Alumni across the globe share updates and photos about what they’re up to since graduating from UM.
Delve into the fascinating history of UM.
The Montanan welcomes letters to the editor. Read what others have to say about the magazine.
Chief Dewey Beard or Iron Hail (1965) by Elizabeth Tangye Lochrie, oil on canvas, Montana Institute of the Arts Collection.
MMAC celebrates 120th anniversary with 120 pieces from the Permanent Collection
Scooter Christensen dribbles, drives, and dishes his way to stardom with the Harlem Globetrotters
In his new book, UM Professor Doug Emlen explains that from beetles to humans, animals develop weapons for similar reasons, with similar consequences
Although women represent about half the population, we are severely underrepresented in many of your recent issues.
Two rather negative comments belittling First Americans/Native Americans is below the standards I expect from the Montanan.
How excited I was to see the article on the UM Griz hurlers and their national collegiate hurling championship!
By Greg Gordon
University of Oklahoma Press, 2014, 504 pages,
By Bryce Andrews
Simon & Schuster, Inc. Atria paperback,
2014, 238 pages, $15
By Ken Egan Jr.
2014, 223 pages, $19.95
By Kate Davis, with photographs by Kate Davis and Rob Palmer
Mountain Press, 2014, 104 pages, $18
By Murray Carpenter
Hudson Street Press, 2014, 270 pages, $25.95
By David Allan Cates
Bangtail Press, 2014, 350 pages, $19.75
By Lisa D. Simon and Brady Harrison
The University of Montana Press, 2014, 300 pages, $26.99
By Pete Fromm
Red Hen Press, 2014, 240 pages, $15.95
By Bruce L. Smith
University Press of Colorado, 2014, 192 pages, $34.95
By Kim Zupan
Henry Holt and Company, 2014, 256 pages, $26