Category: Women’s Studies

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

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