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Penn Press @ C19: Teresa Goddu & Derrick Spires
Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 5:00 PM
Please join us for a conversation between Teresa Goddu (author of Selling Antislavery) and Derrick Spires (author of The Practice of Citizenship)!
Penn Press @ C19: Christopher Looby & Jerome Singerman discuss Q19
Thursday, October 22, 2020, 5:00 PM
Please join us for a conversation about Margaret J. M. Sweat’s “Ethel’s Love-Life” and Other Writings—the latest book in Penn Press’s Q19: The Queer American Nineteenth Century series—with Series Editor Christopher Looby and Penn Press Senior Editor Jerome Singerman!
Our Acquisitions Editors
Walter Biggins, Editor-in-Chief
Areas of acquisition: Cultural studies, intellectual and political history of the Americas, Atlantic World and postcolonial studies
Robert Lockhart, Senior Editor
Areas of acquisition: Atlantic history, American history (colonial through the present), history of the African Diaspora and transnational history, urban studies
Selected series: America in the Nineteenth Century
Jerome Singerman, Senior Editor
Areas of acquisition: Medieval and Early Modern European history, Jewish history, literary criticism and cultural studies
Selected series: Q19: The Queer American Nineteenth Century, Material Texts
Jenny Tan, Associate Editor
Areas of acquisition: Ethnography, anthropology, political studies