University of Nevada Press


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The late Corbin Harney (1920-2007) was a member of the Western Shoshone Tribe of Duck Valley, Nevada. He was a healer and spiritual leader, defender of Native American culture and rights, and an internationally known antinuclear activist.... more
Francis X. Hartigan is a professor of history at the University of Nevada, Reno, and is the former Director of the university's honors program, which he established in the late 1980s.... more
Elizabeth Safford Harvey teaches history at Merced College. She has worked on Nevada listings for the National Register of Historic Places, conducted interviews for the Comstock Oral History Project, and served as a research consultant for the Nevada Historic Preservation Office.... more
Gerald W. Haslam, the author of Straight White Male and other award-winning titles, is professor emeritus of English at Sonoma State University. He lives in Northern California.... more
Alexandra R. Haslam received her BA from San Francisco State University. Where Coyotes Howl and Wind Blows Free is the first book-length collaboration with her father, Gerald W.... more
Acclaimed nature writer Linda Hasselstrom sees herself as a rancher who writes. Now owner of the South Dakota cattle ranch where she grew up, she lives in daily intimate contact with the natural world.... more
Tim Hauserman is a professional wilderness guide and outdoors writer. He is the author of The Tahoe Rim Trail: A Complete Guide for Hikers, Mountain Bikers, and Equestrians and of many articles for outdoors and travel magazines.... more
Gary Hausladen received his PhD from Syracuse University and is professor of geography at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is also the author of Places for Dead Bodies.... more