Category: Caribbean Studies

Hot Off Penn Press: End of summer picks

Summer's winding down, but it's not quite back-to-school season yet. So if you're still looking to squeeze in a few fascinating reads on Human Rights, American History, Religious Studies, and more,… READ MORE

Bananas, Blight, and Biotechnology

Today, we have an exciting guest post from Douglas Southgate, Professor Emeritus at Ohio State University and coauthor with Lois Roberts of  Globalized Fruit, Local Entrepreneurs, which challenges the perception that multinational… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: Summer reading

May and June have seen an array of new Penn Press titles on topics ranging from the history of workplace feminism to Islamic architecture and beyond—just in time for summer!… READ MORE

Penn Press Spring 2016 Catalog

As 2015 draws to a close, we look ahead to the springtime, in more ways than one.  We are pleased to share our Spring 2016 catalog. Spring brings the first… READ MORE