University of Massachusetts Press
Founded in 1963, the University of Massachusetts Press is the book-publishing arm of the University of Massachusetts. Its mission is to publish first-rate books, edit them carefully, design them well, and market them vigorously. In so doing, it supports and enhances the University's role as a major research institution.
In recent years, the Press has focused primarily on books in the field of American studies broadly defined—books that explore the history, politics, literature, culture, and environment of the United States—as well as works with a transnational perspective. In addition to publishing works of scholarship, the Press produces books of more general interest for a wider readership.
Since all of our spring conference travel has now been canceled and we will not have the opportunity to connect in person over the next few months at NCPH, OAH, C19, ASEH, Veterans in Society, and the Big Berks, we would like to extend our conference discount to everyone. From now until May 15, you can save 30% and free shipping on all of UMass Press's paperbacks and hardcovers.
Just enter the promo code S770 at checkout to save.