Midwestern History Association 2024 Virtual Exhibit

Welcome to the University of Illinois Press virtual exhibit for the 2024 Midwestern History Association conference! Explore our extensive collection of books, journals, blog posts, and more. Use the promo code MIDWEST24 for 50% off of all books when ordering from our website, May 30 – June 7, 2024. Buy 3 books and receive a free issue of the Journal of Illinois State Historical Society.

Featured Books

Featured Journals

Delia Fernández-Jones, author of Making the MexiRican City: Migration, Placemaking, and Activism in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is this year’s plenary speaker. Don’t miss her presentation on Thursday, May 30 at 1:15pm ET at the Teleconference Auditorium at the Eberhard Center.

Special Journals Promo

Let’s Talk

Alison Syring is an acquisitions editor at the University of Illinois Press.

Click here to read an interview with her on the UIP blog.

Click here to contact Alison by email.

Connect with Alison on Bluesky: @alisonsyring.bsky.social

Martha Bayne is a senior acquisitions editor at the University of Illinois Press. She handles a variety of fields related to Chicago, Illinois, and the greater Midwest.

Click here to listen to an interview with her on the UIP podcast.

Click here to contact Martha by email.

Connect with Martha on Bluesky: @marthabayne.bsky.social


Don’t miss Martha at the State of the Field: Midwestern Studies Roundtable

Thursday, May 30, 8:30-10am ET

Room A

Chair: Jon Lauck, Middle West Review
Katherine Jellison, Ohio University
Anna T. Hajdika, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Josh Leventhal, Wisconsin Historical Society Press
Kristy Nabhan-Warren, University of Iowa
Patricia Oman, Hastings College Press
Martha Bayne, University of Illinois Press

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