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Welcome to our virtual booth! We invite you to peruse materials on our website and make use of the OAH conference discount for 30% off all history books valid through June 30, 2020. US customers enter coupon code OAH20 at checkout to receive 30% off plus free shipping. International customers enter OHA20 to receive 30% off. We will be highlighting books on our social media channels during the virtual conference in June—please follow along with #OAH20.

Princeton University Press publishes innovative and field-defining books in American history. New titles include The Fire Is upon Us by Nicholas Buccola, In the Matter of Nat Turner by Christopher Tomlins, Racial Migrations by Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof, Brooklyn by Thomas J. Campanella and The Deportation Machine by Adam Goodman.

Explore these titles and more at https://press.princeton.edu/subjects/history

Browse books in our acclaimed Politics and Society in Modern America series, edited by William H. Chafe, Gary Gerstle, Linda Gordon, and Julian Zelizer.

And for the best works of transnational history have a look at our America in the World series edited by Sven Becker and Jeremi Suri.

Check out these articles of interest in the ideas section of our website:

Getting to Know Nat Turner

Nicholas Buccola on The Fire is Upon Us

History 2020 Catalog