We had a great time selling books, meeting customers and authors, and celebrating award winners at the 2019 American Historical Association annual meeting last week in Chicago. Thank you to everyone who came by our booth to browse our stock or say hello.
- Mikael D. Wolfe’s book, Watering the Revolution won the Conference on Latin American History’s Elinor K. Melville Prize for Best Book in Latin American Environmental History.
- Zeb Tortorici’s book Sins against Nature won the John Boswell Prize for being an outstanding book on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, and/or queer history published in English.
Congratulations to the award winners! Check out some of the other authors and editors who stopped by.
If you were unable to make it out to AHA, or didn’t have enough room in your luggage to pack all the books you wanted, don’t worry—you can still take advantage of the conference discount by using coupon code AHA19 at dukeupress.edu.