project collections

As we move forward from the cancellation of the book fair at this year’s ASA meeting, we would like to invite you to explore sample content, interviews, and features tied to our new releases in American studies. In particular, we are pleased to showcase works from our series, including African American Intellectual History, American Popular Music, Native Americans of the Northeast, Veterans, Culture and Politics in the Cold War and Beyond, and Environmental History of the Northeast.

Attendees can save 30% off and free shipping on the titles featured here with the promo code MAS030. You may visit our website to place an order.

Code expires December 1, 2021.
On the occasion of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations’s 2021 virtual meeting, UMass Press is sharing sample content and bonus features from the most recent books in our Culture and Politics in the Cold War and Beyond series, coedited by Scott Laderman (University of Minnesota, Duluth) and Edwin A. Martini (Western Michigan University).

We’re particularly excited to celebrate the release of Making the Forever War: Marilyn B. Young on the Culture and Politics of American Militarism, which comes out this June. This essential volume of Young’s writings was edited by Mark Philip Bradley and Mary L. Dudziak and features an afterword from Andrew Bacevich.

You can receive 30% off all of the titles featured here and free shipping when you use promo code MAS024 on our website.

Sale expires August 1, 2021.
UMass Press is excited to introduce new scholarship on African American history, literature, and culture on the occasion of the 2021 AAIHS annual conference. We invite you to browse the projects below to access sample chapters, videos, and bonus materials, including new releases from our African American Intellectual History series, edited by Christopher Cameron.

You can receive 30% off the titles featured here and free shipping when you use promo code MAS020 on our website.

Sale expires May 15, 2021.
On the occasion of the National Council on Public History’s 2021 virtual meeting, we’ve brought together sample chapters and supplemental materials from our newest books in the Public History in Historical Perspective series, edited by Marla R. Miller.

You can receive 30% off and free shipping on selected series titles when you use promo code MAS019 on our website.

Sale expires May 15, 2021.
UMass Press is pleased to present a collection of newly published books in literary, music, and print culture studies on the occasion of the virtual 2021 MLA Convention. The projects below feature sample chapters to scroll through and supplementary materials to explore.

For a limited time, you can receive 30% off the titles featured here and free shipping when you use promo code MAS011 on our website.

Sale expires February 28, 2021.