Books for Hispanic Heritage Month

Use code HHM21 for discount prices and free shipping through October 15. Home in Florida: Latinx Writers and the Literature of UprootednessEdited by Anjanette Delgado This collection features fiction, essays, and poetry from some of the most talented contemporary Latinx writers who have called Florida home. Celebrated writers like Jaquira Díaz, Richard Blanco, and Patricia … Continue reading Books for Hispanic Heritage Month

Dictionary of Latin American Identities

“A most useful and timely reference tool for anyone interested in better understanding Latin American identities and how they have been perceived over time.”—Armin Schwegler, coauthor of Fonética y fonología españolasUnparalleled in its thoroughness, its accessibility, and its relevance to all areas of Latin American studies, this volume is a dictionary of 21,000 terms related to … Continue reading Dictionary of Latin American Identities

Picturing the Space Shuttle: The Early Years

Rare views of the beginnings of the historic space program, selected and presented by two leading space flight authorities“[An] excellent photographic history. . . . In its comprehensive approach and its introduction of images not often seen, Picturing the Space Shuttle is a collectible time capsule of the first decades of one of NASA’s crowning achievements.”—Foreword Reviews “A … Continue reading Picturing the Space Shuttle: The Early Years

Fall 2021 Virtual Booths

This fall, while some conferences are planning in person meetings, many are still offering online formats or hybrid options. We are hosting online virtual booths and book sales on our website in connection with the meetings below. Whether you are attending these meetings in person or virtually, visit our virtual booths for deep discounts on … Continue reading Fall 2021 Virtual Booths

Intersections

“This unique and splendid volume contains insights into cultural creativity stretching from Medieval Spain to Mughal India, from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean. It obliterates dichotomies of East-West, Christian-Muslim, and religious-secular, replacing them with Islamicate traces of dalliance and delight for all who explore these well-wrought essays. Magnificently illustrated.”—Bruce B. Lawrence, author of Who Is … Continue reading Intersections

Quilcapampa

“A comprehensive archaeological look at Quilcapampa, a Middle Horizon colony affiliated with the Wari state. This is a much-needed interpretive reconsideration of the Wari Empire’s impact in the Andes that will serve as a cornerstone for the next generation of Wari archaeology.”—R. Alan Covey, author of Inca Apocalypse: The Spanish Conquest and the Transformation of the … Continue reading Quilcapampa

Negotiating Heritage through Education and Archaeology

“A richly researched and intricately layered book that reframes our understanding of heritage as a product of larger cultural processes of education, the development of disciplines, and the articulation of identities both national and local.”—Denise D. Meringolo, author of Museums, Monuments, and National Parks: Toward a New Genealogy of Public History“In sparkling prose, McGill shows how … Continue reading Negotiating Heritage through Education and Archaeology

The Archaeology of New Netherland

“An in-depth and important new look at the rich culture of Dutch America as revealed through the practice of historical archaeology.”—Charles E. Orser Jr., author of The Archaeology of Race and Racialization in Historic America“Presenting wide-ranging overviews and case studies, this book fills a huge gap in the historical archaeology of early America and presents fascinating … Continue reading The Archaeology of New Netherland

The Citizenship Education Program and Black Women’s Political Culture

“Makes a major contribution to civil rights history by documenting the extensive political education work of the Black women-led Citizenship Education Program, an organization that promoted voter registration throughout the South. This book clearly shows that women were not only organizers but were the movement’s leaders, and their impact was tremendous.”—Rebecca Tuuri, author of Strategic Sisterhood: … Continue reading The Citizenship Education Program and Black Women’s Political Culture

Teaching Haiti

Author Event: August 21, 3:00 p.m. The editors and contributors of Teaching Haiti will discuss their new book in a virtual event hosted by the Haitian Studies Association. Discussants will share aspects of their teaching practice and how they educate the wider public about Haitian culture, history, and contemporary politics. To register, click here. “Critical, informative, and forward-looking. An important and … Continue reading Teaching Haiti