Category: Economics

Hot Off Penn Press: An end-of-year bonanza

For our year-end post, we have a double-sized delivery of new books. Nearly thirty new releases dropped in November and the first part of December, in American History, Literature, Politics,… 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

Hot Off Penn Press: October’s New Books

This month brings a variety of books in the social sciences and humanities. Read about archaeological excavations, African America literature, counterterrorism in the West, and more. Jump to: Anthropology |… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: July’s New Books

Don't look now, but fall is just a few short weeks away. Distract yourself with the latest books from Penn Press. To receive subject-specific email announcements about new books, sign… READ MORE

Announcing our Fall 2015 catalog

Penn Press is pleased to announce the release of our Fall 2015 catalog. This season's offerings include Margaret O'Mara's Pivotal Tuesdays: Four Elections That Shaped the Twentieth Century; the fourth… READ MORE

What is the philanthropic revolution?

Today we have a guest post from Jeremy Beer, author of The Philanthropic Revolution: An Alternative History of American Charity. Few people, it seems, give much thought to the differences… READ MORE