Images from Tossed to the Wind

Tossed to the Wind: Stories of Hurricane Maria Survivors By María T. Padilla and Nancy Rosado From author María T. Padilla: In October 2017, a month after Maria ripped through Puerto Rico as a high Category 4 hurricane, Nancy Rosado visited the island to take supplies of solar light bulbs and other material to the … Continue reading Images from Tossed to the Wind

Q&A with Charles A. Flink, author of The Greenway Imperative

The Greenway Imperative is an eye-opening journey through some of America’s most innovative landscape architecture projects, presenting inspiring examples of communities that have come together to build permanent spaces for the life-sustaining power of nature. We hope you enjoy this Q&A and extended preview of the book with author Charles A. Flink. An award-winning  author, … Continue reading Q&A with Charles A. Flink, author of The Greenway Imperative

The New Brazilian Mediascape

“A detailed, cogent analysis of how the Brazilian audiovisual sector is surpassing traditional barriers to expression, attracting more projects of various formats and media such as the Globoplay series and Porta dos Fundos’ work, both eloquently discussed in this book.”—Cacilda Rêgo, coeditor of New Trends in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema “A far-reaching and well-researched book that … Continue reading The New Brazilian Mediascape

Bioarchaeology and Identity Revisited

“Demonstrates the continuing efficacy of an identity-oriented approach to exploring past lives and lifeways via human skeletal remains and their archaeological settings.”—Alexis T. Boutin, coeditor of Remembering the Dead in the Ancient Near East: Recent Contributions from Bioarchaeology and Mortuary Archaeology “Breaks new ground. This thought-provoking collection of case studies from around the world engages multiple … Continue reading Bioarchaeology and Identity Revisited

Handmade in Cuba

“A masterful integration of word and image that is a feast for the senses.”—Richard Blanco, presidential inaugural poet and author of How to Love a Country “Handmade in Cuba transmits the generosity of the Vigía project and Rolando Estévez’s spirit through its contributors’ critical desire to explore the strategies that make Vigía’s books so appealing. It … Continue reading Handmade in Cuba

Announcing Our Fall 2020 Season

We are proud to present our new titles scheduled to be published between September 2020 and February 2021. Highlights from the forthcoming season include the inside story of an astronaut crime that shocked the world, photography documenting everyday life in contemporary Cuba, a biography of a fearless writer and free thinker who shattered barriers during the early years of Miami, … Continue reading Announcing Our Fall 2020 Season

Book Launch Video: Geopolitics, Culture, and the Scientific Imaginary in Latin America

Challenging the common view that Latin America has lagged behind Europe and North America in the global history of science, this new volume reveals that the region has long been a center for scientific innovation and imagination. It highlights the important relationship among science, politics, and culture in Latin American history. Due to COVID-19, volume … Continue reading Book Launch Video: Geopolitics, Culture, and the Scientific Imaginary in Latin America

Virtual Booth Sales Extended

Since conferences we usually attend in the spring have been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, we are hosting virtual booths with deep discounts on our books and free shipping. All discounts have been extended through June 30. OAH History Sale Visit Our Virtual Booth Use code OAH20 at checkout. SAA and AAPA Archaeology Sale Visit … Continue reading Virtual Booth Sales Extended

Quarantine Reads: Black Voices

Yesterday, the Association of University Presses (AUPresses) released a Statement on Equity and Anti-Racism in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the countless other individuals who have been victims of the systemic racism at work in the United States. The University Press of Florida joins with AUPresses in condemning … Continue reading Quarantine Reads: Black Voices

Reckoning with Rebellion

“A truly innovative work that makes the United States Civil War newly comprehensible. For decades scholars have been saying that we need to place the Civil War in a global context, and at last Sheehan-Dean gets about the work of doing it.”—Gregory P. Downs, author of After Appomattox: Military Occupation and the Ends of War “Sheehan-Dean … Continue reading Reckoning with Rebellion