You are here

Blog Posts

Sharon Aronofsky Weltman, whose book VICTORIANS ON BROADWAY: Literature, Adaptation, and the Modern American Musical was published this July, writes about what the hit Hamilton shares with the classic The King and I.

We are delighted to offer the fifth installment in our new podcast series, "UVA Press Presents," via this interview with Daniel Mendelsohn, Editor at Large at The New York Review of Books and author of Three Rings: A Tale of Exile, Narrative, and Fate and Jahan Ramazani, University Professor and Edgar F. Shannon Professor at the University of Virginia.

UVA Press is pleased to invite you to the launch event for BY BROAD POTOMAC'S SHORE: Great Poems from the Early Days of Our Nation's Capital with poet and literary historian Kim Roberts.

UVA Press author Adrian Brettle, whose book COLOSSAL AMBITIONS: Confederate Planning for a Post–Civil War World was published this July, writes about the history of globalization and the dangers of it being under attack. 

We Have Come to Praise Globalization, Not Bury It

We are delighted to announce dates for Daniel Mendelsohn's virtual book tour around THREE RINGS: A Tale of Exile, Narrative, and Fate (September 8).

We are delighted to offer the fourth installment in our new podcast series, "UVA Press Presents," via this interview with Eric Brandt, Assistant Director and Editor-in-Chief at UVA Press and Adrienne Munich, Professor of English, Art, Cultural Studies, and Gender Studies, Emerita, at Stony Brook University and author of the new book EMPIRE OF DIAMONDS: Victorian Gems in Imperial Settings. 

 

The pathbreaking multimodal digital book—Furnace and Fugue—was developed with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

The University of Virginia Press is pleased to announce “The Revolutionary Age,” a new series designed to bring a fresh and international perspective to the study of the American Revolution within the broader context of the Age of Revolution.

The University of Virginia Press is pleased to announce the new UVA Press Reading Club, which will feature themed books throughout the year at a 40% discounted rate. The 2020 theme, already underway, is Virginia Pathways and People and is geared towards all those interested in the flora, fauna, and people of Virginia. Selected by Press staff, these books are journeys through beautiful landscapes, remarkable and conflicting histories, and engaging ideas and perspectives through fiction, biography, and design.

We are delighted to offer the third installment in our new podcast series, "UVA Press Presents," via this interview with Howard Rambsy, Professor of English at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and author of the new book Bad Men: Creative Touchstones of Black Writers. Listen, and find out what inspired Rambsy to write the book.

Pages