The University of Georgia Press publishes scholarly and general-interest books in the following areas.
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Areas of interest
African American studies
Atlantic World studies
Regional trade (books about Georgia and the South)
Series and imprintsThe Press also publishes books in special series and imprints.
Areas of interest: American history, American studies, African American studies, southern history, civil rights, environmental history, geography, urban studies, legal history
Senior Acquisitions Editor
Areas of interest: American studies, Atlantic World studies, cultural studies, diaspora studies, history, international affairs and security studies, film studies, popular culture studies, southern studies
Early American Places
The New Southern Studies
Politics and Culture in the Twentieth-Century South
Race in the Atlantic World, 1700–1900
Studies in the Legal History of the South
The South on Screen
Studies in Security and International Affairs
The United States and the Americas
Areas of interest: General-interest books about Georgia and the South, natural history, food studies
Southern Foodways Alliance Studies in Culture, People, and Place
Areas of interest: women’s history, women’s studies, general trade
Assistant Acquisitions Editor
Areas of interest: environmental studies
Assistant to the Director and Development Coordinator
Areas of interest: American and southern literature, nature writing
Coordinates the Press’s literary competitions and series