Welcome to Penn Press's
OAH 2021 virtual store
The 2021 annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians 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 OAH virtual store, and once you’re ready to check out, enter OAH21-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.
OAH Award Winners!
Congratulations to Verónica Martínez-Matsuda, winner of the 2021 David Montgomery Award,
to Jessica Marie Johnson, who received honorable mention for the 2021 Frederick Jackson Turner Award,
and to Lauren Jae Gutterman, who was a finalist for the 2021 Lawrence W. Levine Award!
Migrant Citizenship: Race, Rights, and Reform in the U.S. Farm Labor Camp Program
by Verónica Martínez-Matsuda
Winner of the 2021 David Montgomery Award, given by the OAH and the Labor and Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA) for the best book on a topic in American labor and working-class history
Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World
by Jessica Marie Johnson
Honorable mention for the 2021 Frederick Jackson Turner Award, given by the OAH to the author of a first scholarly book in American history
Her Neighbor’s Wife: A History of Lesbian Desire Within Marriage
by Lauren Jae Gutterman
Finalist for the 2021 Lawrence W. Levine Award, given by the OAH to the author of the best book in American cultural history