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The Bakken Goes Boom

William Caraher is an Associate Professor in History. His Ph.D. from Ohio State University is in ancient history. He has directed archaeological projects in Cyprus and worked extensively in Greece. Check out his online The Bakken guide.

This book captures a fascinating moment in the history of North Dakota and sheds light on the impact of oil on local communities, illustrating how North Dakotans have found ways to address the challenges they face in a turbulent, changing environment.

The Bakken Goes Boom: Oil and the Changing Geographies of Western North Dakota is also available on The Digital Press.

Haunted by Waters

David Haeselin is an English Lecturer/Instructor at UND.

This twentieth anniversary of the Red River Flood of 1997, which devastated the town of Grand Forks, North Dakota and surrounding areas, gives a new generation of Grand Forksers and Red River valley citizens the occasion to look backward so that they can look forward. Taking stock of how the city and its people have changed in these last twenty years offers us a new chance to envision the future of Grand Forks and the Red River Valley. What’s more, we hope that this book can extend the lessons learned through the recovery to others coping with their own unique disasters.

Haunted by Waters can also be found on The Digital Press.

North Dakota Legal Research

North Dakota Legal Research

Anne Mullins is an Associate Professor at the School of Law. Mullins' scholarship focuses on judicial writing and judicial decision-making, topics that she presents on nationwide. Mullins earned her J.D., with honors, from the University of Chicago Law School, and practiced law at Susman Godfrey LLP, a national trial boutique where she represented clients in complex commercial cases.

Tammy R. P. Oltz is an Assistant Professor at the School of Law. Oltz earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her research is broadly focused on issues of racial, sexual, and socio-economic equality.

North Dakota Legal Research is accessible to practitioners and students alike, a definitive 'how to' manual on finding cases, statutes, administrative regulations, court rules, and legislative history in North Dakota. It also includes a general overview of the research process and valuable tips on how to approach a new research question. Specific topics include Oil & Gas Law, Indian Law, federal law, and secondary sources.