New Series Announcement: Latinx Histories

As a leading publisher of American and Latin American history, UNC Press is delighted to announce the launch of Latinx Histories, a book series premised on the view that understanding Latinx history is essential to a more complete and complex understanding of the history of the United States, the Americas, and the world. The series editors and advisory board welcome book proposals that examine and offer a historical framework for the experiences of Latinx people ranging from earliest indigenous settlement in what is now known as the United States through the present-day transnational U.S. and beyond, resulting in a collection of innovative historical works that push the boundaries of race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, migration, and nationalism within and around Latinx communities.


Lori Flores, Stony Brook University

Michael Innis-Jiménez, University of Alabama

Editorial Advisory Board:

Llana Barber, SUNY Old Westbury

Adrian Burgos, University of Illinois

Geraldo Cadava, Northwestern University

Julio Capó, Jr., Florida International University

Miroslava Chavez-Garcia, University of California, Santa Barbara

María Cristina García, Cornell University

Ramón Gutierréz, University of Chicago

Paul Oritz, University of Florida

Please submit proposals and inquiries to: 

Lori Flores, series co-editor:

Michael Innis-Jiménez, series co-editor:

Debbie Gershenowitz, executive editor, UNC Press: