Category: Now in Paperback

Hot Off Penn Press: New for May

Our latest batch of titles includes a sweeping illustrated history of U.S. business, an exploration of the role of wood in the early modern world, an analysis of an early… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: Spring paperbacks!

Don't miss this latest round-up of new releases, featuring all of our Spring 2021 paperbacks, covering everything from medieval English literature to the history of early Hawaiian encounters with colonialism… READ MORE

Announcing Penn Press’s Spring 2021 catalog!

Exciting new titles this season include: • An Illustrated Business History of the United States by Richard Vague, a sweeping, lively, and highly approachable history of American business from the nation’s… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: Happy New Year!

Check out our first batch of new releases for 2021, including an engrossing story of early modern maritime disaster, an anthology of pre-1700 nature writing, a volume exploring a range… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New for November

Check out our latest batch of new titles below, including a new edition of a classic of medieval history, an exploration of the value of populism in American politics, a… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New for September

Check out our latest batch of new titles below, including a crucial new study of gender and slavery, an exploration of how voting rights figure into Native Americans’ fight for… READ MORE

Announcing Penn Press’s Fall 2020 catalog!

Exciting new titles this season include: • In Defense of Populism by Donald T. Critchlow, which argues, contrary to contemporary warnings about the dangers of populism, that grassroots activism is essential… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New for July

Don’t miss our latest batch of new titles, including a fascinating history of paper money in the U.S., an exploration of indigenous rights in the Americas, a study of seventeenth-century… READ MORE

Hot Off Penn Press: New for May

Our latest titles span from an analysis of the cultural politics of cookbooks to an exploration of Jewish-Christian relations in nineteenth-century Europe, with much more in between. Browse through them… READ MORE