Author Archives: Charrice Jones

Welcome to the 2021 University of Illinois Press Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS) Virtual Exhibit! While we wish this could be an in-person event, we’re still excited to show you our Asian American scholarship collection. Enjoy books, journal articles, … Continue reading

  April’s free ebook has arrived! We’re giving away A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS RECONSIDERED: US SOCIETY IN AN AGE OF RESTRICTION, 1924-1965 edited by Maddalena Marinari, Madeline Y. Hsu, and Maria Cristina Garcia. In A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS RECONSIDERED, leading … Continue reading

From the beginnings of silent films to the talkies we have now, women have played a pivotal role in the development of film whether it be behind the scenes or on the screen. In early theater, women challenged gender roles … Continue reading

Welcome to the University of Illinois Press’s virtual exhibit for the 2021 African American Intellectual History Society! We hope you’ll step inside our virtual booth and browse new books, journal articles, author interviews, and more. Buy 3 books in order … Continue reading

Welcome to the University of Illinois Press’s virtual exhibit for the 2021 Appalachian Studies Association conference! We hope you’ll step inside our virtual booth and browse new books, journal articles, author interviews, and more. Be sure to use promo code … Continue reading

Welcome to the University of Illinois Press’s virtual exhibit for the 2021 Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference! We hope you’ll step inside our virtual booth and browse new books, journal articles, author interviews, and more. If you buy … Continue reading

In this volume of Bach Perspectives, Laura Buch edits essays that reconsider parody, transcription, and adaptation in the sphere of the composer J.S. Bach. In Bach Perspectives, Volume 13: Bach Reworked the contributors delve into works of eighteenth-century composers from … Continue reading

March’s free ebook has arrived! We’re giving away In Search of Belonging: Latinas, Media, and Citizenship by Jillian M. Báez. In Search of Belonging explores the ways Latina/o audiences in general, and women in particular, make sense of and engage … Continue reading

Dana M. Caldemeyer, author of Union Renegades: Miners, Capitalism, and Organizing in the Gilded Age answers questions about her influences, discoveries, and common misconceptions while writing her book. Q: Why did you decide to write this book? I started researching … Continue reading

Leta E. Miller and J. Michele Edwards are the authors of Chen Yi in our Women Composers series. Co-author, Leta E. Miller answers questions about her motivations for writing and their influences, and discoveries while writing the book. Q: Why … Continue reading

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