To help us tune into the atmosphere of his book, Charlie Hailey made a playlist that will musically transport you to his porch on Florida’s Homosassa River on a hazy, lazy summer’s day. Click through to listen.
To celebrate the release of our exciting new translation of Claude Lévi-Strauss’s iconic work, La Pensée sauvage, we’re sharing a sneak peek at the translators’ intro.
We’re excited to share the book trailer for historian Jaipreet Virdi’s new book, ‘Hearing Happiness: Deafness Cures in History’!
UChicago Press is now on Youtube!
This week on the blog, we’re highlighting one of our most timely and important new releases—The Torture Letters: Reckoning with Police Violence
To celebrate the release of Going All City, semi-retired graffiti writer Stefano Bloch’s debut memoir, we put together a playlist that captures its fierce, poignant essence.
It’s University Press Week! Today’s blog tour theme is ‘Speaking Up & Speaking Out’. Who better to reflect on the subject than activist and journalist
This October, we are incredibly excited to be publishing the landmark volume, The Atlas of Boston History. Get a sneak peak at some of the fascinating maps and part of the preface, including detailed info on the book’s content.
We had a fantastic time at Printers Row Lit Fest on June 8-9! Thanks to everyone who swung by the booth & attended our author events.
To study the disappearing past of Chicago’s Maxwell Street neighborhood and acquaint himself with its present, Tim Cresswell explored the area on foot, photographing everything he saw. Here are a few of our favorite photos, from Cresswell’s newly released book, Maxwell Street: Writing and Thinking Place.