Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading 2014

This past Saturday, we displayed lots of new and classic University Press of Florida titles at the Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading in St. Petersburg, Florida. Missed the festival? Until November 30, you can still get special discounts on all the books we brought! Visit our virtual booth to browse the books and enter discount code … Continue reading Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading 2014

Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists

A diverse parade of animals has probably traipsed past you at the park, on the road, and at state wildlife refuges. But would you be able to identify every creature in that wildlife line-up? Award-winning photographer Larry Allan wrote Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists to help Floridians identify and protect the species of mammals, birds … Continue reading Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists

Conservative Hurricane

Conservative Hurricane: How Jeb Bush Remade Florida Matthew T. Corrigan Few governors in modern history have altered the balance of power in their states as fundamentally as Jeb Bush did in Florida. Both hailed and reviled as the most consequential governor to be sworn into office in Tallahassee, Bush radically--and perhaps permanently--changed the dynamics of … Continue reading Conservative Hurricane

We Are Imazighen

Now available! We Are Imazighen: The Development of Algerian Berber Identity in Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture by Fazia Aïtel “A unique account of the rise of the Berber cultural identity, in particular of the Kabyles of Algeria, in modern times. Luminaries such as Amrouche, Feraoun, Matoub, and Farès are impressively brought back to life.”—Abdourahman A. … Continue reading We Are Imazighen

Q&A with Jen Karetnick, author of Mango

“Jen’s nickname, Mango Mama, could not be more appropriate! She uses mangos in the most unexpected ways, both in savory and sweet recipes. With this book in hand, you will never look at a mango the same way again.”—Ingrid Hoffman, host of the Food Network’s Simply Delicioso Want to meet the author of Mango? Jen … Continue reading Q&A with Jen Karetnick, author of Mango

Immigration and National Identities in Latin America

NEW! Immigration and National Identities in Latin America Edited by Nicola Foote and Michael Goebel “This groundbreaking study examines the connection between what are arguably the two most distinguishing phenomena of the modern world: the unprecedented surges in global mobility and in the creation of politically bounded spaces and identities.”—Jose C. Moya, author of Cousins … Continue reading Immigration and National Identities in Latin America