Books published by University of Georgia Press

Party Out of Bounds

University of Georgia Press | September 1, 2016 | 264 pages
"Published originally by Plume in 1991, Rodger L. Brown's Party Out of Bounds is a cult classic. This twenty-fifth anniversary edition includes new photographs, a foreword by Charles Aaron, former editor and writer at SPIN magazine, and an essay on Athens, GA since the 'golden age' of Brown's... More Info

The Vegan Studies Project

University of Georgia Press | October 1, 2015 | 232 pages
This inescapably controversial study envisions, defines, and theorizes an area that Laura Wright calls vegan studies. We have an abundance of texts on vegans and veganism including works of advocacy, literary and popular fiction, film and television, and cookbooks, yet until now, there has been no... More Info

Social Justice and the City

University of Georgia Press | September 21, 2017 | 354 pages
Throughout his distinguished and influential career, David Harvey has defined and redefined the relationship between politics, capitalism, and the social aspects of geographical theory. Laying out Harvey's position that geography could not remain objective in the face of urban poverty and... More Info

The Empires’ Edge

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Rethinking the South African Crisis

University of Georgia Press | September 21, 2017 | 268 pages
"Published outside South Africa in 2014 by the University of Georgia Press [...] by arrangement with University of KwaZulu-Natal Press"--Title page verso.  More Info

State Behavior and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime

University of Georgia Press | October 15, 2014 | 256 pages
"This is an edited collection of essays that asks--and attempts to answer--a series of questions about global efforts of nuclear nonproliferation.  More Info

American Afterlife

University of Georgia Press | September 21, 2017 | 216 pages
An exploration of American mourning customs examines such topics as the rise of the modern cemetery, the green funeral movement, and obituary writing, and draws on personal stories to provide insight into America's relationship with death today.  More Info

Slavery and Freedom in Savannah

University of Georgia Press | February 1, 2014 | 262 pages
Slavery and Freedom in Savannah is a richly illustrated, accessibly written book modeled on the very successful Slavery in New York, a volume Leslie M. Harris coedited with Ira Berlin. Here Harris and Daina Ramey Berry have collected a variety of perspectives on slavery, emancipation, and black... More Info

Visible Man

University of Georgia Press | September 21, 2017 | 195 pages
Henry Dumas (1934–1968) was a writer who did not live to see most of his fiction and poetry in print. A son of Sweet Home, Arkansas, and Harlem, he devoted himself to the creation of a black literary cosmos, one in which black literature and culture were windows into the human condition. While he... More Info