Paddler’s Guide to the Sunshine State, Second Edition

Praise for the first edition: “A great all-in-one paddling guide—with everything from the state’s best water trails to nitty-gritty advice about weather, equipment and supplies.”—Lonely Planet Miami & the Keys   “A colorful, comprehensive guide to paddling Florida’s extensive waterways.”—Gainesville Sun   “Whether you are a novice at the sport or experienced, this book should be required reading.”—Fish’n & … Continue reading Paddler’s Guide to the Sunshine State, Second Edition

Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the International Congress on Medieval Studies

This year’s International Congress on Medieval Studies is taking place virtually. Our virtual booth is open through May 28, 2022. On our website, use code ICMS22 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S. Gender and Voice in Medieval French Literature and Song Edited by Rachel May Golden and Katherine Kong “With its integration of … Continue reading Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the International Congress on Medieval Studies

Intern Guest Post: A Look Inside Book Acquisitions

Written by Murielle LeMaire, NEH SHARP student assistant, Spring 2022  My second semester in graduate school was enhanced greatly by the opportunity to work with the Acquisitions Department at the University Press of Florida. The second semester is when things begin to get on a bit of a roll, and having this internship structured my … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: A Look Inside Book Acquisitions

Adventures of a Transplanted Gardener

“Gardening in Florida is not like gardening elsewhere. This is a book that will surely prove useful to every other gardener ‘transplanted’ to Florida from somewhere else—and the rest of us who are still catching on despite years here in the Sunshine State.”—Craig N. Huegel, author of The Nature of Plants: An Introduction to How Plants … Continue reading Adventures of a Transplanted Gardener

Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the Florida Anthropological Society Conference

This year's FAS Conference was held last weekend in Miami. Our virtual booth is open through June 30, 2022 and offers great deals on our Florida anthropology and archaeology books. Use code FAS22 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S. Click Here to View All Titles in Our Virtual Booth Read on for highlights … Continue reading Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the Florida Anthropological Society Conference

Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the Latin American Studies Association

This year’s LASA Conference is taking place virtually. Our virtual booth is open through May 31, 2022. On our website, use code LASA22 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S. Click Here to View all Latin American and Caribbean Studies Titles Read on for highlights and bonus material from this year’s exhibit  Authors … Continue reading Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the Latin American Studies Association

New Paperback and Open Access Release: Archaeologies of Listening

Open Access Digital Version Available Here “Emphasizes the value of respectful engagement with local communities and the rewards that are to be reaped in return for patience and humility.”—Antiquity   “A critical and diverse range of essays. . . . This volume invites researchers to learn to listen, to rethink their scholarship and relationship with local … Continue reading New Paperback and Open Access Release: Archaeologies of Listening

Spectacle, from Panhandler Books

Spectacle by Lauren Goodwin Slaughter is the fourth publication from Panhandler Books, a series launched in 2015 by Panhandler Magazine and the Department of English and World Languages at the University of West Florida. Distributed by the University Press of Florida, Panhandler Books publishes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction consistent with Panhandler’s mission to champion underrepresented literary genres. “I love the poems … Continue reading Spectacle, from Panhandler Books

Identities, Experience, and Change in Early Mexican Villages

“An impressive volume that offers significant new data and fresh perspectives on changing practices, experiences, and identities in the early communities of ancient Mexico.”—Christopher A. Pool, University of Kentucky   “Engages in discussions of identity in the past, presenting new research that is transforming how we understand the Mesoamerican Formative period.”—Cynthia Robin, author of Everyday Life Matters: … Continue reading Identities, Experience, and Change in Early Mexican Villages

Joyce, Aristotle, and Aquinas

"Aristotle and Aquinas are ubiquitous ghostly presences in Joyce’s work. With meticulous and wide-ranging scholarship, O’Rourke provides readers with a treasure trove of insights into these appearances, touching on issues as diverse as identity, stability through change, the nature of beauty, and love. O’Rourke makes a powerful case that understanding these references is crucial to … Continue reading Joyce, Aristotle, and Aquinas