News Releases

News releases on the Center's publications can found on the Office of University Communications webpage. Current news releases are listed below.

Summer 2015
Newspaper coverage of missile project featured in Great Plains Quarterly

Spring 2015
Great Plains Quarterly examines tough questions on Native genocide

Winter 2015
Hitler's impact on Great Plains examined in new Great Plains Quarterly

Fall 2014
History of race, regional prejudices highlighted in Great Plains Quarterly

Summer 2014
Religious causes of Sand Creek Massacre

Spring 2014
Criminal justice in Montana Blackfoot tribes, historian David Danbom

Winter 2014
Keystone XL, Populist Party

Fall 2013
Rainmaking, eastern beads, Great Sioux Reservation

Summer 2013
Blackfeet Indian Reservation farm project, Council Bluffs newspaper editor, Lebanese of Kansas

Summer 2012
Emigrants' livestock; populism; Omaha, Pawnee history

Spring 2012
Northern Cheyenne ag, Nebraska suffrage, beekeeping

Winter 2012
Tribes, small towns

Fall 2011
'Home on the Range,' anti-Semitism, vigilantism

Summer 2011
Immigration, Yankton Sioux, time zones

Spring 2011
Kiowa photographer Poolaw

Winter 2011
Cheyenne sewing circles, beet workers, Alberta politics

Fall 2010
Flood control, tuberculosis, Black Hills

Summer 2010
Texas folk songs, WWII in Saskatoon, farm women

Spring 2010
Sandoz, Cather, campus scandal
Great Plains Quarterly celebrates 30 years of publication

Fall 2009
Canadian women homesteaders, newspapers/railroads in NE settlement, 19th century fur trade travel accounts

Spring 2008
Rangeland insurance, homemaking, post office communities

Winter 2008
Community pageants, Eastmans, Nicodemus, Kansas

Fall 2007

Summer 2007
Buffalo Bill, artists, poets

Spring 2007
WWII scrap drives, Cather's immigrants, Racial Violence

Winter 2007
Plains artists, Treaty Six, Crazy Horse

Spring 2006
Art, Ecology, Expeditions, Wind Machines

Winter 2006
Heritage, Culture, Migration Studies

Summer 2005
Buffalo Commons, Cather, 1837 Treaty

Winter 2005
25th Anniversary Issue

Summer 2004
New Negro Movement in Midwest, 1914-1940
Entering Sacred Landscape

Fall 2004
Lewis & Clark Trail Sites Portray American Indians