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Punishing Treason in 1866 and Today

Punishing Treason in 1866 and Today

by Mark A. Graber The petitioners who called on the Thirty-Ninth Congress to “punish treason with at least ineligibility to office and loss of power” would have been horribly disappointed… READ MORE

UPK Top Ten, #10

UPK Top Ten, #10

By Aubree Chavez We are excited to count down the ten best-selling books in the 78-year history of the University Press of Kansas. Check back each week as continue the… READ MORE

Paulson Takes Reins of UPK

By Brady Cullen The University Press of Kansas (UPK) board of trustees, composed of provosts from each of the six Kansas Regents institutions, has appointed Tim Paulson as the new… READ MORE

In Memory of David Wallace Adams

By Farina King with Tai S. Edwards David Wallace Adams’ landmark study Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding School Experience, 1875–1928 is foundational scholarship not just for Native… READ MORE

UPK Statement on APSA

American Political Science Association Annual MeetingLos Angeles, August 31-September 2 In early July, thousands of hotel workers in Los Angeles went on strike to demand higher wages and better benefits…. READ MORE