Since its founding in 1907, the School for Advanced Research (SAR) has been sharing exceptional scholarship on the human experience with scholars, artists, educators, and the world community.
Our scholarly and general-interest titles span anthropology and related fields, the arts and aesthetics of indigenous peoples, and the peoples and cultures of the American Southwest, past and present. We feature engaging books on various aspects of the culture of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the Southwest. We deliver keen analysis and thought-provoking research in high quality print and e-book editions at great prices.
In addition to SAR Press print publications, the School offers Southwest Crossroads, a Web-based interactive resource that makes knowledge of human culture, society, evolution, history, and Native art in the American Southwest accessible to a global audience.
To celebrate its 100th Birthday, the School produced three short videos that document the School’s rich history and describe its influential programs in the humanities, social sciences, and Indian arts.
The Annual Review is not the average institutional report. It employs beautiful images and lively text that illuminate the prior year’s myriad activities at the School.