UNC Press is excited to be exhibiting in-person at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting! We hope you’ll stop by our booth (#512) to say hello to editor María Isela García and to browse our new titles on display. If you can’t join us in-person, you can always visit our virtual booth!
And be sure to check out these great book series:
Series Editors: Ashanté Reese and Hanna Garth
The Black Food Justice series publishes new scholarship at the intersection of Black studies and critical food studies. While books may address any aspect of producing, distributing, or consuming food, the series features scholarship that explores how Blackness can be theorized and understood through the study of food and/or how the meaning of food itself is challenged and transformed when analyzed through theoretical frameworks grounded in Black thought and liberation. As ethnographers of everyday life who have been working as both food justice scholars and activists in the U.S. and beyond for over a decade each, the series editors shaped this series with the intention to name, define, and create future visions for Black food justice scholarship that can have material implications for protecting, nourishing, and cherishing Black life.
Series Editor: Kristy Nabhan-Warren
Where Religion Lives publishes ethnographies of religious life. The series features the methods of religious studies along with anthropological approaches to lived religion. The religious studies perspective encompasses attention to historical contingency, theory, religious doctrine and texts, and religious practitioners’ intimate, personal narratives. The series also highlights the critical realities of migration and transnationalism.
Stop by either our in-person booth or our virtual booth to browse our titles on display! Be sure to use promo code 01DAH40 at checkout to receive our 40% conference discount. And if you order totals over $75, domestic US shipping is FREE.