The University of Alabama Press
As the scholarly publishing arm of the university, The University of Alabama Press serves as an agent in the advancement of learning and the dissemination of scholarship. The Press applies the highest standards to all phases of publishing including acquisitions, editorial, production, and marketing.

UAP has won numerous awards for its publications over the years and has developed a solid list of titles in archaeology, public administration, and several areas of literature and history. With a staff of 17, the Press publishes between 80 to 85 books a year and has a backlist of approximately 1,800 titles in print.
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Writing into the Future

New American Poetries from "The Dial" to the Digital

University of Alabama Press

A career-spanning collection of essays from a leading scholar of avant-garde poetry
 

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We Shall Build Anew

Stephen S. Wise, the Jewish Institute of Religion, and the Reinvention of American Liberal Judaism

University of Alabama Press

How Rabbi Stephen S. Wise changed the trajectory of American Reform Judaism over the course of the twentieth century and well into the twenty-first

 

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The American Southeast at the End of the Ice Age

University of Alabama Press

The definitive book on what is known about the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene archaeological record in the Southeast
 

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Bowed Some, Chanted a Little

Philip Whalen's Zen Journals and the San Francisco Renaissance

University of Alabama Press
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Jack London and the Sea

University of Alabama Press

The first book-length study of London as a maritime writer

 

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To Do Justice

The Civil Rights Ministry of Reverend Robert E. Hughes

University of Alabama Press

Biography of a civil rights activist who worked tirelessly at the heart of two social and political revolutions
 

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Haunting Realities

Naturalist Gothic and American Realism

Edited by Monika Elbert and Wendy Ryden; Introduction by Monika Elbert and Wendy Ryden
University of Alabama Press

An innovative collection of essays examining the sometimes paradoxical alignment of Realism and Naturalism with the Gothic in American literature to highlight their shared qualities

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The Rhetoric of Fascism

Edited by Nathan Crick
University of Alabama Press

Highlights the persuasive devices most common to fascist appeals
 

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An Archaeologist's Guide to Organic Residues in Pottery

University of Alabama Press

A guide for mastering the technical specialty of organic residue analysis of pottery
 

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Faithful Deliberation

Rhetorical Invention, Evangelicalism, and #MeToo Reckonings

University of Alabama Press

Investigates the rhetorical practices used by contemporary evangelical Christian women to confront theological and cultural issues that stymie deliberation within their communities
 

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