Evolution: What Do The Kids Think? Guest post by Brandon Haught, author of Going Ape: Florida’s Battles over Evolution in the Classroom . My work on Going Ape was a thrilling ...
“A first-rate update on the state of the long-fought hemispheric ‘war on drugs.’ It is particularly timely, as the perception that the war is lost and needs to be changed has never been stronger in Latin and North America.”—Paul Gootenberg, author of Andean Cocaine: The Making of a Global Drug “A must-read volume for policy […]
Today we are pleased to announce the publication of Fifty Years of Justice: A History of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida by James Michael Denham, professor of history at Florida Southern College and the director of the Lawton M. Chiles Center for Florida History. The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of […]
They Dared to Dream: Florida Women Who Shaped History by Doris Weatherford with the Florida Commission on the Status of Women Foundation, Inc. . From prehistoric times to the space age, the female half of the population has made giant, but too often unacknowledged, contributions to Florida history. Countless women have overcome great obstacles and […]
Last month, our Director of Sales and Marketing, Romi Gutierrez, traveled to Sarasota to exhibit our Florida archaeology and anthropology books at the annual meeting of the Florida Anthropological Society. The meeting’s theme was “The Many Faces of Florida, Past and Present,” and keynote speaker Jerry Milanich—author of various books including his most recent work with co-author […]
In April, the University of Florida and the University Press of Florida launched Gatorbytes, a digital book series following the innovative research taking place at UF. Intended to pique the interests of the intellectually curious and to share the stories behind the discoveries being made at UF, the books are written by professional journalists. “They know how to […]