University of Nevada, Reno

Basque Diaspora and Migration Studies Series


This series was initiated in 2003 to investigate the historical and contemporary realities of the Basque migration experience. Themes include diaspora and transnational identity theories; Basque ethnicity maintenance abroad; development of Basque diaspora ethnic institutions; effects of migration on the homeland; and globalization and individual and group identity.


Published by the Center for Basque Studies. To order contact the Center for Basque Studies (775.784.4854) or you may request titles from any major book dealer, who will obtain them on order if they are not in stock.

BoiseBoise Basques: Dreamers and Doers
by Gloria Totoricagüena


This work illuminates the Basque migration and societal integration experience in Boise, Idaho. Personal testimonies enrich this historical chronicle from the nineteenth century immigrants to today’s professionals and business owners. [Originally published by the Basque Government as part of their Urazandi series.]

326 pages; photos, index. Cloth (1-877802-37-9),  $29.95.

New YorkThe Basques of New York: A Cosmopolitan Experience
by Gloria Totoricagüena


The history of Basque immigration to the East Coast and the city life experiences of early Basques are illustrated with stories from personal interviews. This work traces that development to today’s transnational community. [Originally published by the Basque Government as part of their Urazandi series.]

367 pages; photos. Cloth (ISBN 1-877802-39-5), $29.95.

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