Category: Ancient Studies

Archaeology and Ireland

Today we have a guest post from Peter Bogucki, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs at the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton University and co-editor with Pam J. Crabtree… READ MORE

Secular vs. Scientific Apocalypticism

Today we have a guest post from Lisa Vox, author of Existential Threats: American Apocalyptic Beliefs in the Technological Era. Seeking to address American's longstanding fascination with visions of the apocalypse,… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: A scholarly summer

It doesn't feel like summer here on the East Coast, but wherever you are, you're probably beginning to put together a summer reading list. Well, Penn Press humbly submits for… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: Spring reads

As the winter chill beings to thaw and spring weather moves in, what could be better than a new book about American history, Medieval literature, or art? For titles like… READ MORE

Excavating in the Galleries

Today we have an exciting guest post from Josef Wegner, Associate Curator in the Egyptian Section at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Associate Professor of… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New year, new books

Welcome to 2017! With the new year in full swing, we've begun releasing our Spring 2017 books (with a few late arrivals from Fall 2016 in the mix as well). Take a look below… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: Holiday reading

Seasons's greetings! With the holidays rapidly approach, and with academic semesters winding down, you may find yourself with some downtime to enjoy a few of our new titles—or maybe one… READ MORE