We are proud to present our new titles scheduled to be published between September 2022 and February 2023.
Highlights from the forthcoming season include the origin story of a groundbreaking Allman Brothers Band album; the multilayered tale of the Cuban sandwich; profiles of influential Black women activists at a historic moment; essays on the intertwined history, literature, and culture of Cuba and Puerto Rico; reflections on how the writing of James Joyce crosses boundaries and borders; a close look at the cultural heritage of baseball; and case studies of how archaeology can shed light on foodways in the past.
Cover image: The tunnels in bark, called galleries, created by the European spruce bark beetle, scientifically called Ips typographus, a name which translates as “the worm of beautiful writing.” Photo by Jiri Hulcr, from The Surprising Lives of Bark Beetles by Jiri Hulcr and Marc Abrahams, available September 2022.
This catalog lists forthcoming titles scheduled to be published by the University Press of Florida and UF Press. Join our email list to receive news about more of our books.