We are excited to announce our first four books of 2013! Click on any title for more information.

Your_Florida_Guide_to_Shrubs_Second_Edition_RGBYour Florida Guide to Shrubs, second edition: Selection, Establishment, and Maintenance 

by Edward F. Gilman, Robert J. Black, and Sydney Park Brown

Pubdate: 1/1/2013

Make a new year’s resolution to revamp your yard with plants that will thrive. Updated with valuable new information and full of photos, let Gilman & Black help you design your own beautiful Florida landscape.


Shaw and Feminisms: On Stage and Off

Edited by D. A. Hadfield & Jean Reynolds

Pubdate: 1/8/2013
The philosophies of George Bernard Shaw were an inspiration to first-wave feminism. But what did the famous playwright really think about liberated women? Shaw’s private letters and personal relationships hint that sometimes actions do speak louder than words.



Thompson Waggoner case.inddThe Archaeology and Historical Ecology of Small Scale Economies

Edited by Victor D. Thompson & James C. Waggoner Jr.

Pubdate: 1/8/2013

Sustainable living is not just a challenge for sprawling cities. Incredibly, even hunter-gatherer societies leave behind an ecological footprint. Discover the positive and negative ways our prehistoric ancestors across the globe shaped their environment.



Ancient_Maya_Pottery_RGBAncient Maya Pottery: Classification, Analysis, and Interpretation

Edited by James John Aimers

Pubdate: 1/8/2013

How do archaeologists classify and interpret the fragments of ceramics they uncover while digging? This book shows that pottery shards can help piece together a wealth of fascinating details about daily life in ancient Maya society.

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Teal Amthor-Shaffer
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University Press of Florida
15 NW 15th Street
Gainesville, FL 32603
Phone: (352) 392-1351 x 209
Fax: (352) 392-0590
Email: TAS@upf.com

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