ASA 2023 Virtual Sale

We look forward to connecting with you at the 2023 American Studies Association conference in Montreal this November and would like to invite you to save 40% off selected titles with promo code MAS085. We are proud to publish a range of book series, including African American Intellectual HistoryAmerican Popular MusicNative Americans of the NortheastVeteransCulture and Politics in the Cold War and Beyond, and Environmental History of the Northeast.  

If you have projects underway that seem like a good match for our list, we’d encourage you to email Executive Editor, Brian Halley ([email protected]) to arrange a meeting.

Fine print: MAS085 expires on December 31, 2023.


Ordinary Lives

Recovering Deaf Social History through the American Census

Eric C. Nystrom, R.A.R. Edwards

Prisoners after War

Veterans in the Age of Mass Incarceration

Jason A. Higgins

Making the Radical University

Identity and Politics on the American College Campus, 1966–1991

Elizabeth M. Kalbfleisch

The Moiseyev Dance Company Tours America

"Wholesome" Comfort during a Cold War

Victoria Hallinan

Book Anatomy

Body Politics and the Materiality of Indigenous Book History

Amy Gore

When Will the Joy Come?

Black Women in the Ivory Tower

Robin Phylisia Chapdelaine, Abena Ampofoa Asare, Michelle Dionne Thompson

"This World Is Not My Home"

A Critical Biography of African American Writer Charles Wright

W. Lawrence Hogue

Fighting Over There

U.S. War Making and Contemporary Refugee Literature

Alaina Kaus

The New Civil Rights Movement Reader

Resistance, Resilience, and Justice

Traci Parker, Marcia Walker-McWilliams

Staged News

The Federal Theatre Project’s Living Newspapers in New York

Jordana Cox

Race in the Crucible of War

African American Servicemen and the War in Vietnam

Gerald F. Goodwin

"Fame Is Not Just for the Fellas"

Female Renown and the Childhood of Famous Americans Series

Gregory M. Pfitzer

Bob Dylan in the Attic

The Artist as Historian

Freddy Cristóbal Domínguez

Rewriting America

New Essays on the Federal Writers' Project

Sara Rutkowski

Organizing Women

Home, Work, and the Institutional Infrastructure of Print in Twentieth-Century America

Christine Pawley

Our Kind of Historian

The Work and Activism of Lerone Bennett Jr.

E. James West

Service Denied

Marginalized Veterans in Modern American History

John M. Kinder, Jason A. Higgins

Exhibiting Evangelicalism

Commemoration and Religion’s Presence of the Past

Devin C Manzullo-Thomas

This Brain Had a Mouth

Lucy Gwin and the Voice of Disability Nation

James M. Odato

"Still They Remember Me"

Penobscot Transformer Tales, Volume 1

Carol A. Dana, Margo Lukens, Conor M. Quinn

A Prison in the Woods

Environment and Incarceration in New York's North Country

Clarence Jefferson Hall

The Lexington Six

Lesbian and Gay Resistance in 1970s America

Josephine Donovan