Penn Press at AIA/SCS 2021

About Penn Press

Founded in 1890, the University of Pennsylvania Press is one of the oldest scholarly imprints in North America. Penn Press publishes rigorous and thought-provoking work in the humanities and social sciences designed to advance knowledge, dialogue, and understanding.


Our Acquisitions Editors

Walter Biggins, Editor-in-Chief
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Areas of acquisition: Cultural studies, intellectual and political history of the Americas, Atlantic World and postcolonial studies

Selected Series: Contemporary Ethnography, The Ethnography of Political Violence, Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights


Robert Lockhart, Senior Editor
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Areas of acquisition: Atlantic history, American history (colonial through the present), history of the African Diaspora and transnational history, urban studies


Jerome Singerman, Senior Editor
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Areas of acquisition: Medieval and Early Modern European history, Jewish history, literary criticism and cultural studies

Selected Series: Divinations: Rereading Late Ancient Religion (DIV), Empire and After (EAA)


Jenny Tan, Associate Editor
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Areas of acquisition: Ethnography, anthropology, political studies


Penn Museum Editorial Contact

Page Selinsky, Director, Penn Museum Publications
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Selected Series: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology


View all Penn Press series on our website.