Co-Publications


University of Florida Press Co-sponsored Publications

The SHA has an agreement with the University Press of Florida for a co-publication series, and UPF offers SHA members a 40% discount on these titles.  Call 1-800-226-3822 to order, and be sure to mention the SHA discount!

Potential authors for additions of volumes to the series should keep in mind the following:

  • Authors receive “SHA stamp of approval” and exceptional peer review;
  • Copyright is assigned to the SHA;
  • SHA members get a 40% discount on purchase of the volumes; and
  • Royalties go to the SHA for future publication fund projects.

If you are interested in contributing a volume to this series, please contact Annalies Corbin, SHA Co-Publications editor, at annalies@pastfoundation.org.

Visit the University Press of Florida’s booth at the 2010 meeting in Amelia Island, FL for exciting new titles in the SHA-UPF co-publication series. Browse a selection including the recent and notable volume from Michael S. Nassaney and Mary Ann Levine, Archaeology and Community Service Learning; Kurt Jordan’s The Seneca Restoration, 1715-1754; Nathan Richard’s Ships Graveyards; and much more.


Seneca Restoration Kurt Jordan The Seneca Restoration
by Kurt A. Jordan
Archaeology and Community Service Learning Archaeology and Community Service Learning
Edited by Michael S. Nassaney and Mary Ann Levine
Ships' Graveyards Ships' Graveyards: Abandoned Watercraft and the Archaeological Site Formation Processes
by Nathan Richards
Interpretations of Native North American Life cover Interpretations of Native North American Life:Material Contributions to Ethnohistory
by Michael S. Nassaney and Eric S. Johnson
Indians of the Greater Southeast cover Indians of the Greater Southeast: Historical Archaeology and Ethnohistory
by Bonnie G. McEwan
Unlocking the Past cover Unlocking the Past: Historical Archaeology in North America
by Lu Ann De Cunzo and John H. Jameson
Indian and European Contact in Context Indian and European Contact in Context: The Mid-Atlantic Region
by Dennis B. Blanton and Julia A. King
The Jewish Community of Early Colonial Nevis The Jewish Community of Early Colonial Nevis: A Historical Archaeological Study
by Michelle M. Terrell

University of Nebraska Press

New SHA-UNP publications coming soon!


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