We’re excited to connect with you at this year’s ASALH meeting in Jacksonville. If you have projects in process that you’d like to discuss, we’d encourage you to setup a meeting with UMass Press’s executive editor, Brian Halley ([email protected]) or swing by our booth in the exhibit hall.
We would also like to take this opportunity to introduce you to some of our recent titles in African-American history and culture, particularly the newest entries in our African American Intellectual History series, edited by Christopher Cameron. For a limited time, you can save 40% off the titles featured here with the promo code MAS087 (offer expires October 31, 2023).
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The Life of John Albion Andrew
Revised and Updated Edition
Black Women in the Ivory Tower
A Critical Biography of African American Writer Charles Wright
Resistance, Resilience, and Justice
African American Servicemen and the War in Vietnam
The 1939 Alexandria Library Sit-In Demonstration
The Work and Activism of Lerone Bennett Jr.
Maritime Dimensions of the Underground Railroad
Narrative Self-Invention from Bessie Smith to Jack White
Amiri Baraka, Black Music, Black Modernity
A History of Slavery in New England
William Hardin Burnley and the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World
Pan-African Activism and the Global Color Line
Black Attitudes, Activism, and Advancement in Obama's America
Essays and Sketches
Race and Politics from Boston to Brooklyn
Readings in Africana Philosophy
Selected Speeches and Writings of A. Philip Randolph
A Black Arts Movement Reader
Unpublished Essays, Papers, Addresses, 1887–1961