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The Center for Basque Studies Press is the world’s primary English-language source for publishing on topics related to the Basques, the Basque Country, and Basque culture, history, politics, diaspora issues, and classic texts.
The Classics Series is a collection of eleven books that look at the classic texts of Basque history, examining Basque society, culture, and language.
The Conference Papers Series gathers the intellectual output of the academic conferences hosted by the Center for Basque Studies.
The Current Research Series presents academic research done on issues facing the Basque Country through twelve books.
The Basques have a reputation for loving their homeland and also leaving it, from being some of the first naval explorers to the Americas to mass migrations, the Basque diaspora inspires various perspectives to tell their story. The Diaspora and Migration Series explores these stories through a combination of scholarly and trade books.
A miscellaneous collection of books covering a diversity of topics related to Basque studies.
From the 18th Century to present day, the Basque Politics Series looks at the unique political systems and history of the Basque Country from such differing perspectives as Idaho politician Pete T. Cenarrusa’s biography to the government-in-exile of Lehendakari Jose Antonio Agirre.
The Basque Textbook series takes an academic look at Basque culture, society, economics and much more through a collection of eleven scholarly-written books.
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