UPF on the Road: A Look at Our 2016–2017 Exhibit Season

Last year, we traveled across the U.S. and Canada to display our books at conferences and book fairs. Join us in looking back over this past year of exhibits!

We started off the 2016–2017 exhibit season with the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance at Savannah, Georgia in September 2016.

In October we went to the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History in Richmond, Virginia and showed off lots of books in African American studies. These were some of the books on display:

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We brought lots of our archaeology titles to the Southeastern Archaeological Conference in Athens, Georgia.

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Southeastern Archaeological Conference

November was our busiest month on the road! We saw many of our authors at the Southern Historical Association meeting in St. Pete Beach, Florida.

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Southern Historical Association

 

And even more of our authors visited us at the Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading in St. Petersburg, Florida!

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Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading

We had a great time at the Modernist Studies Association Conference in Pasadena, California, where we showcased our books on modernist studies.

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Modernist Studies Association

We always love showing off our books at the Miami Book Fair International in Miami, Florida!

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Miami Book Fair International

In January, we went to the Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology in Fort Worth, Texas, and displayed our books on anthropology and archaeology.

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Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology

In March, we took our books to Nashville, Tennessee for the African American Intellectual History Society conference. Here are a few of our most popular titles from the meeting:

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We brought new archaeology books to one of our largest meetings of the year, the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. These were some of our bestsellers:

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At the University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies annual conference in Gainesville, Florida we displayed many of our Latin American studies titles.

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University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies

In April, we attended the American Association of Physical Anthropologists annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. Here are some of the books we brought with us:

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And we had a great time in Tallahassee, Florida at the Word of South Festival.

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Word of South Festival

 

In May, we went to the Florida Anthropological Society meeting in Jacksonville, Florida. Here were some of our bestsellers:

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We brought our fantastic books in gardening and the environment to our last meeting of the year, the Florida Native Plant Society conference in River Ranch, Florida.

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Florida Native Plant Society

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