American Association of Physical Anthropologists 2015

Last week our director, Meredith Morris-Babb, traveled to St. Louis to take part in the 84th Annual AAPA meeting, connect with scholars, and display UPF's wide collection of physical anthropology books! Our booth featured over 30 different titles from a varied group of archaeologists and anthropologists. If you missed the booth in person, you can see … Continue reading American Association of Physical Anthropologists 2015

Happy National Anthropology Day!

We're wishing all of the anthropologists and anthropology enthusiasts out there a Happy National Anthropology Day! In celebration, we're discounting our recent and bestselling anthropology titles up to 60%. Check out all of the discounted titles at http://www.upf.com/anth15 and use code ANTH15 at checkout for one week only. Praise for Recent Anthropology Titles Negotiated Settlements: Andean … Continue reading Happy National Anthropology Day!

Southeastern Archaeological Conference 2014

Last weekend, UPF director Meredith Babb and editor-at-large Judith Knight traveled up to Greenville, South Carolina for the 2014 meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference (SEAC). This year’s meeting had record-breaking attendance—and we took record numbers of UPF books with us to display! Between panel sessions and meetings with scholars, we were very busy selling books … Continue reading Southeastern Archaeological Conference 2014

Tracing Childhood

New! Tracing Childhood: Bioarchaeological Investigations of Early Lives in Antiquity Edited by Jennifer L. Thompson, Marta P. Alfonso-Durruty, and John J. Crandall Bioarchaeology, the study of human remains from archaeological sites, is a fascinating field that explores the link between biology and culture and tells us about the different factors that have shaped the human … Continue reading Tracing Childhood