American Historical Association 2019

Acquisitions editor Sian Hunter traveled to Chicago, Illinois, last weekend for the American Historical Association (AHA) annual meeting. It was great to meet with historians and other scholars attending the conference, and we brought some of our new and bestselling history books with us. Thanks to everyone who visited us at our booth! Here are … Continue reading American Historical Association 2019

Flora of Florida, Volume VI

Praise for earlier volumes:   “An invaluable source. . . . Wunderlin’s guide brings together his years of work with the flora of Florida.”—Choice “An extremely valuable reference for professional biologists, naturalists, natural resource managers, and plant lovers.”—Economic Botany   “This series will surely be the standard reference for the unique and threatened flora of … Continue reading Flora of Florida, Volume VI

Grasses of Florida

“A lasting, monumental, and invaluable work. There is no other treatment that focuses on the grasses of Florida. Provides descriptions and keys that comprehensively cover native and naturalized taxa, waifs, cultivated taxa, and other rarities. Any attempt to understand the grasses of the southeastern U.S. should start here.”—Alan R. Franck, herbarium curator, University of South … Continue reading Grasses of Florida

Happy New Year from University Press of Florida

Happy New Year! As our thank you for your support over the past year, we're discounting all books through January 31. You've helped in our mission to publish works of global significance, regional importance, and lasting value. For every book you've purchased, every post you've liked on Facebook and Twitter, and every UPF exhibit booth … Continue reading Happy New Year from University Press of Florida

Massacres

“A book of great scope. Researchers of different disciplinary backgrounds problematize a simple question: what constitutes a massacre? Is it the number buried, their demographics, the cause of death, or the treatment of remains? This book represents a new foundation for the study of massacres.”—R. Brian Ferguson, editor of The State, Identity and Violence: Political Disintegration … Continue reading Massacres