New Paperback Release: Race, Place, and Memory

“Simply put, in cultural, political, and social environments rife with debates and disputes regarding Confederate-themed commemorative and celebratory statues and monuments in public venues, Mulrooney’s book deserves wide attention. . . . Essential.”—Choice   “Race, Place, and Memory should push more historians to think about the locales in which public memory is contested ground.”—H-Net   “A well-researched and well-documented … Continue reading New Paperback Release: Race, Place, and Memory

Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the National Council for Black Studies

This year's NCBS conference is being held virtually. Our virtual booth is open through May 31, 2022 and offers great deals on our Black studies titles. Use code NCBS22 for discount prices and free shipping. Click Here to View all Titles in Our Virtual Booth Read on for highlights from this year's exhibit  Want to use … Continue reading Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the National Council for Black Studies

Books for Black History Month: Historical Black Communities

Throughout Black History Month 2022, we've highlighted books on a different Black history topic each week. For our last Black History Month post in 2022, we're focusing on the communities that African Americans fought to create for themselves.Use code BHM22 for discount prices on these books and others before February 28. The Archaeology of Race … Continue reading Books for Black History Month: Historical Black Communities

Race, Place, and Memory

"An immensely welcome longitudinal study of the intersection of race, place, and historical memory in Wilmington, North Carolina. Richly researched, beautifully written, and deeply analytical, Mulrooney’s study is a tour de force."—John David Smith, editor of Interpreting American History: Reconstruction   "With clear and compelling prose, Mulrooney dives beneath the seemingly calm waters of a ‘progressive … Continue reading Race, Place, and Memory