The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota publishes high quality peer-reviewed and popular books. It uses digital and print-on-demand technologies to publish timely works in the digital humanities, broadly conceived. Whenever possible, we produce open access, digital publications, that can attract local and global audiences.

We're proud to collaborate with two innovative journals to bring their content to new audiences. In winter of 2018, we published the first volume of Epoiesen: A Journal of Creative Engagement in History and Archaeology, and the first volume in North Dakota Quarterly's Supplement Series titled, Snichimal Vayuchil or Flowery Dreams.

Check out our newest book, Chris Price's The Old Church on Walnut Street: A Story of Immigrants and Evangelicals. It offers an intriguing historical view of immigrants and evangelicals in Grand Forks, North Dakota through the lens of a single, now-destroyed church building.