Bioarchaeology Journals and Book Series from UF Press

Today we are highlighting two journals and a book series published by the University of Florida Press: the journals Bioarchaeology International and Forensic Anthropology, and the book series Bioarchaeological Interpretations of the Human Past.  Bioarchaeology International Gwen Robbins Schug and Siân E. Halcrow, Editors-in-Chief Bioarchaeology International provides rigorous peer-reviewed publication of substantive articles in the … Continue reading Bioarchaeology Journals and Book Series from UF Press

Your Guide to Our 2019 Archaeology Sale

University Press of Florida's 2019 Archaeology Sale runs now through May 17. Want to shop the sale but need to know what's new this year? Below is a roundup of the 30+ new books in archaeology and anthropology we've published in the past 12 months. To receive discount prices and free shipping, use code SAA19 at … Continue reading Your Guide to Our 2019 Archaeology Sale

American Association of Physical Anthropologists 2019

Last month, we traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, for the American Association of Physical Anthropologists annual meeting. We brought some of our new and bestselling bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology books with us, and it was great to meet with our authors who visited our booth: Cheryl P. Anderson, coeditor of Massacres: Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Approaches … Continue reading American Association of Physical Anthropologists 2019

American Association of Physical Anthropologists 2018

Last week, we traveled to Austin, Texas, to attend the 2018 American Association of Physical Anthropologists annual conference. Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth to check out our bioarchaeology books! UPF author Julie J. Lesnik visited us in Austin. We are all looking forward to the publication of her book, Edible Insects and … Continue reading American Association of Physical Anthropologists 2018

Human Variation: More Than Skin Deep

Written by Elizabeth Weiss, author of Reading the Bones: Activity, Biology, and Culture. I love bones. My appreciation of the beauty of skeletal anatomy started at a very young age. As a child, my favorite toys were anatomical models that I had to build up like a 3-dimensional puzzle. One involved putting together an enlarged … Continue reading Human Variation: More Than Skin Deep

When Science Sheds Light on History

“Well written and hard to put down. For anyone with an interest in forensic science, this book is a must-read.”—Nigel McCrery, author of Silent Witnesses: The Often Gruesome but Always Fascinating History of Forensic Science   “This compilation is a fascinating read for the nonspecialist and will further serve as an inspirational set of recommended readings … Continue reading When Science Sheds Light on History