Welcome to Penn Press's
AAIHS 2021 virtual store
The 2021 annual meeting of the African American Intellectual History Society has gone virtual, and Penn Press is offering discounts on relevant titles and journals here on our virtual exhibit store!
To purchase books:
Customers in the United States: Browse through titles throughout this AAIHS virtual store, and once you’re ready to check out, enter AAIHS40-FM in the promo code field on the shopping cart page for 40% off plus free shipping!
Customers in Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean: Please contact our Exhibit Coordinator, Erik Beranek ([email protected]), who will be happy to assist you with placing your order.
All other customers: Order online at combinedacademic.co.uk and use discount code CSPENN40 at checkout to receive a 40% discount.
Ebooks (customers in all territories): Order online at combinedacademic.co.uk and use discount code EBOOKPP40 at checkout to receive a 40% discount. (If you need assistance placing an ebook order, please contact our Exhibit Coordinator, Erik Beranek, at [email protected])
To purchase journal subscriptions:
Browse our selection of relevant journals, and use the provided discount codes for up to 25% off print subscriptions on each journal’s website.
Congratulations to our two Finalists
for the 2021 Pauli Murray Book Prize
in Black Intellectual History!
The Black Republic: African Americans and the Fate of Haiti
by Brandon Byrd
“In this extraordinary book, Brandon R. Byrd both rewrites the history of Black internationalism, locating Haiti firmly at its center, and offers a refreshingly nuanced reconsideration of the many ways that US African Americans engaged with the ‘Black Republic’ after the American Civil War.”—Marlene L. Daut, author of Baron de Vastey and the Origins of Black Atlantic Humanism
Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World
by Jessica Marie Johnson
Wicked Flesh is a powerful book that will set the standard for studies of gender and slavery to follow. It exemplifies the generative quality of a grounded engagement of the archives of slavery through contemporary theoretical work on race and the notion of Diaspora.”—Jennifer Morgan, author of Laboring Women: Gender and Reproduction in the Making of New World Slavery