Miami Architecture FLASH SALE

Celebrate the 100th birthday of Alfred Browning Parker! A principal leader of the “Coconut Grove School” of tropical organic architecture, and attaining an almost rock star-like status in his home city of ...

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Announcing the First Book from UF Press

UF Press publishes its first book, Cuban Archaeology in the Caribbean, edited by Ivan Roksandic.

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Digging Up a Desert Civilization

Written by Christina A. Conlee, author of Beyond the Nasca Lines: Ancient Life at La Tiza in the Peruvian Desert “How do you know where to dig?” This is the ...

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Miami Architecture FLASH SALE

Celebrate the 100th birthday of Alfred Browning Parker! A principal leader of the “Coconut Grove School” of tropical organic architecture, and attaining an almost rock star-like status in his home city of Miami, Parker’s influence has been felt throughout the United States and the Caribbean. Drawing on local materials and the environment, his goal was utility and […]

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Announcing the First Book from UF Press

UF Press publishes its first book, Cuban Archaeology in the Caribbean, edited by Ivan Roksandic.

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Digging Up a Desert Civilization

Written by Christina A. Conlee, author of Beyond the Nasca Lines: Ancient Life at La Tiza in the Peruvian Desert “How do you know where to dig?” This is the most common question people ask me when they find out I am an archaeologist. People often think archaeological work is very mysterious. In reality, archaeologists […]

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Waiting for Contact

“A cogent, engaging history of humanity’s most ambitious quest–seeking outward for other minds.”–David Brin, author of Existence  “A fascinating perspective on humankind’s obsession for knowing if there is anyone else out there.”–Gerrit L. Verschuur, author of The Invisible Universe: The Story of Radio Astronomy “Squeri has written what will likely be the definitive history of […]

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Beyond the Nasca Lines

“Excellent. This is the first comprehensive cultural history for the Nasca Drainage from the first settlers to the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors.”–Donald A. Proulx, author of A Sourcebook of Nasca Ceramic Iconography: Reading a Culture through Its Art Inhabited for over 5,000 years before European colonization, the site of La Tiza provides an unprecedented […]

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Pro Ballet Couple Reveals Best Teams on “Dancing with the Stars”

Professional dance couple Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Miguel Guerra knows all about partnering. Their book Experiencing the Art of Pas De Deux, which just released on Tuesday, uncovers the key components to dance coupling often overlooked in classes and textbooks, such as how to build and maintain the connections necessary for a trusting and successful team. Below, they weigh in on the season premiere […]

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September 2016 Paperback Releases

“A wonderful scholarly book that even has a little “what the hell” in it. This collection belongs in all libraries, from the academic to the public. It’s that important, and that readable.” —The Hemingway Review                 “Authors John and Mary Lou Missall have approached these wars in a […]

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Edith Wharton and Cosmopolitanism

“These energizing, excellent essays address the international scope of Wharton’s writing and contribute to the growing fields of transatlantic, hemispheric, and global studies.”–Carol J. Singley, author of A Historical Guide to Edith Wharton “Readers will emerge with a new respect for Wharton’s engagement with the world around her and for her ability to convey her […]

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Experiencing the Art of Pas de Deux

In Experiencing the Art of Pas de Deux, professional dance couple Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Miguel Guerra demystify the physical, emotional, and artistic intricacies behind the art of two dancing as one. “An insightful read from one of the ballet world’s most beloved married couples!”–Melinda Roy, former principal dancer, New York City Ballet “Wonderfully complete […]

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Who Said It? Famous Words by Key West Greats

Did you know that many great American writers and artists called Key West home? These #KeyWestGreats are featured in Mile Marker Zero: The Moveable Feast of Key West by William McKeen, now in paperback. From Ernest Hemingway to Tennessee Williams to Jimmy Buffett, Mile Marker Zero tells the story of how a league of creative […]

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