Welcome to the UNC Press Virtual Exhibit for the Southern Association for Women Historians.
Scroll through our newest releases!
We’re looking forward to getting together at the conference. But in case you won’t be traveling this year, we’re bringing our book exhibit to you.
From virtually anywhere, you can browse our list of new and recent titles, chat with one of our acquisitions editors, check out new titles in our Gender and American Culture series, and more.
And check out this post on the UNC Press Blog, celebrating the SAWH’s 50th Anniversary.
Recent events continue to bring new attention to subjects like police brutality, institutionalized racism, protests and activism, and more. These subjects are among the pillars of the UNC Press publishing program, and have cast new light on some of our newest books, and some of our classic bestselling titles.
Some of these books are highlighted in our Justice, Power, and Politics series.
You can also check out our full listing of new and classic books in African American Studies.
Click here for our full list of books in Women’s Studies.
All of our books (in fact, our entire site) are available now at our 40 percent SAWH conference discount. Plus if your order totals $75, domestic U.S. shipping is FREE! Just use promo code 01DAH40 at checkout.
Follow the links at the left for information on submitting a book proposal, ordering desk or examination copies (even free digital exam copies), classroom permissions, disability resources, and more. We’ve even created a handy FAQ document, with answers to the most-asked questions we get at exhibit booths.
Click on any book below to learn more. And, using our View Inside feature, you can leaf through the pages for a preview of each new book, just as if you were standing at our booth. Check it out on each book page.
A History of Baking in the American South
Romare Bearden in the Homeland of His Imagination
An Artist's Reckoning with the South
Confederate Widows and the Emotional Politics of Loss
Public Funerals and Memory in the Civil War Era
The American Civil War in Indian Country
The Unfinished Fight of Lee's Army after Appomattox
The Religious Cultures of Enslaved Women in the Lower South
How a New Orleans DA Prosecuted the Kennedy Assassination as a Sex Crime
How Women of Color Transformed the Suffrage Movement
Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492-1700
Native American Life in Carolina's Sound Country before and after the Lost Colony
Confederate Monuments and the Ongoing Fight for Racial Justice
Women, Slavery, and Shifting Identities in Washington, D.C.
How Athens, Georgia, Launched Alternative Music and Changed American Culture
West Charlotte High and the American Struggle over Educational Equality
Smuggling Alcohol from Cuba to the South during Prohibition
The Life of Mary Church Terrell
Reading the Bible in Black and White in the Postemancipation South
Slavery, Fatherhood, and Paternal Duty in African American Communities over the Long Nineteenth Century
Enslaved Women, Work, and America's Domestic Slave Trade
Journeys through the Civil War’s Slave Refugee Camps
Fighting the Civil War in New Deal America
Asian American Civil Rights in the South
A True Story of Murder, Race, and the Gothic South
A History of the Public Defender in Twentieth-Century America
Between Remembrance and Repair
Commemorating Racial Violence in Philadelphia, Mississippi
Redefining the Immigrant South
Indian and Pakistani Immigration to Houston during the Cold War
Pursuing Democracy from Maryland to Carolina, 1640–1700
The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia
The Civil War's Battles for Home, Freedom, and Nation
One Man's Travels through a Changing America in the 1930s
Indigenous Prosperity and American Conquest
Indian Women of the Ohio River Valley, 1690-1792
Monied Women, Philanthropy, and the Women’s Movement, 1870–1967
The Life and Legacy of a Cuban Revolutionary
Love, Labor, and Longing in French Louisiana
The Culture of Calamity from the Jamestown Colony to the Johnstown Flood
Today's Activists on the Past, Present, and Future of the U.S. Women's Movement
Southerners and Social Justice after the Civil Rights Movement
Empire, Race, and the Making of a Slave Society
Department Stores and the Black Freedom Movement
Workers, Consumers, and Civil Rights from the 1930s to the 1980s
Gender, Punishment, and the Making of Jim Crow Modernity
The Birth of the Klan during Reconstruction
Soldiers, Pornography, and the Making of American Morality
Lived Theology and the Freedom Struggle in Americus, Georgia, 1942–1976
Women and Black Freedom Struggles in Washington, D.C., 1920–1945
Southern Feminists, the Women in Print Movement, and the Queer Literary Canon
Material Culture in the Civil War Era
Suicide and Suffering in the Civil War–Era South
Black Students and the Desegregation of Private Schools
An American Struggle
A History of Minors and Marriage in the United States
Sherman's March and American Memory