Category: 18th-Century History and Culture

Hot Off Penn Press: New for May

With the academic year winding down and summer break beginning, it’s a great time to dive into a new book! Our new releases this month include a century-spanning international history… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New for April

Our new releases this month include a sweeping cultural history of the politics of privacy in 20th-century America, a fascinating biography of a Reformation-era woman alchemist, an edited volume focusing… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: March releases

Don't miss our latest slate of titles, ranging from a compelling, novel history of black abolitionist violence in the lead-up to the Civil War to a cultural history of fruit… READ MORE

Announcing Penn Press’s Spring 2019 catalog!

Exciting new titles this season include: Force and Freedom by Kellie Carter Jackson, which provides the first historical analysis exclusively focused on the tactical use of violence among antebellum black… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New year, new books

We're starting off 2019 right with new titles in political science, American history, religious studies, literature, and more! Take a look below (and happy new year!). Jump to: Featured Titles… READ MORE

William Livingston, a Forgotten Founding Father

Today we have a guest post from James J. Gigantino II, Associate Professor of History at the University of Arkansas and author of the new book William Livingston's American Revolution. Gigantino's book explores… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: We’re back!

Hello all! After a delay due to a transition to a new book distributor, we're back with a fresh slate of newly released titles. Take a look at the latest… READ MORE