Conflict Archaeology, Historical Memory, and the Experience of War

“Critically engages with the many faceted legacies of conflict and its memorialization, exemplifying the value of multiple perspectives through an ethical commitment to inclusive practice.”—Audrey Horning, author of Ireland in the Virginian Sea: Colonialism in the British Atlantic   “Embraces archaeology’s most fundamental role: to expose the histories of those under-represented or invisible in history’s dominant narratives, … Continue reading Conflict Archaeology, Historical Memory, and the Experience of War

Announcing Our Spring 2023 Season

We are pleased to present our new titles scheduled to be published between March and August 2023. Highlights from the forthcoming season include the first full biography of former United States attorney general Janet Reno; an exploration of the musical and cultural impact of the Beatles in Florida; an insider’s account of a wrongful conviction and the fight … Continue reading Announcing Our Spring 2023 Season

Ancient Foodways

“Shows that integrating subsistence and foodways data is critical for a deeper understanding of the social, cultural, political, and religious implications of the plants and animals people ingest. An important volume.”—Tanya M. Peres, coeditor of Unearthing the Missions of Spanish Florida   Through various case studies, Ancient Foodways illustrates how archaeologists can use bioarchaeology, zooarchaeology, archaeobotany, architecture, and other evidence … Continue reading Ancient Foodways

Our 2023 AHA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

This year’s American Historical Association Annual Meeting was held in Philadelphia from January 5 through 8. Our virtual booth is open through February 28, 2023 and offers great deals on our history titles. Use code AHA23 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 2023 AHA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

All Things Beautiful

Lushly illustrated with over 300 color plates, this volume is a celebration of the beauty of natural history collections and the work of curators dedicated to understanding and conserving our natural world. Natural history museums are libraries of life. All Things Beautiful reveals some of the remarkable animals, plants, fossils, and cultural heritage materials that make up the … Continue reading All Things Beautiful

Q&A with the editors of It’s Our Movement Now

In It's Our Movement Now: Black Women’s Politics and the 1977 National Women’s Conference, editors Laura L. Lovett, Rachel Jessica Daniel, and Kelly N. Giles present a panoramic view of Black feminist politics through the stories of Black women who attended the 1977 National Women’s Conference, placing the diversity of Black women’s experiences and their … Continue reading Q&A with the editors of It’s Our Movement Now

Our 2023 CHUA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

This year’s Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology is being held in Lisbon, Portugal from January 4 through 7. Our virtual booth is open through February 28, 2023, and offers great deals on our archaeology titles. To order in the U.S.:upress.ufl.edu/CHUA23Use code CHUA23 for discounts and free deliveryTo order outside of the Americas:Eurospanbookstore.comUse code CHUA23 for discounts and free … Continue reading Our 2023 CHUA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

New Paperback Release: Cuban Cultural Heritage

“Fills a void by examining the politics of heritage from a geographic and postcolonial perspective, skillfully weaving materiality, ideology, and history together in a critique of nationalism during the republican and revolutionary periods. . . . Conceptually cohesive and rich in detail.”—Choice"Successful in bringing historic debates over Cuba’s cultural heritage into the present context, offering … Continue reading New Paperback Release: Cuban Cultural Heritage

Great Waves and Mountains

“This volume successfully brings the vibrant history of museum and individual collecting of Japanese art into a new focus. New readings of archival matter and past histories contribute to a deeper understanding of the continuity of interest in Japanese art and culture in North America.”—Amy G. Poster, curator emerita, Asian Art, Brooklyn Museum “Offers a roadmap … Continue reading Great Waves and Mountains