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History from the University of Chicago Press

The latest University of Chicago Press catalog in History is available on this page in PDF form and as a hyperlinked list. The list below includes new titles published or announced since the printed catalog appeared. Please note that some of these titles are scheduled for release more than six months in the future. Unpublished titles can be ordered now; your credit card will not be charged for those titles until the books actually ship.

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The acquiring editors at the University of Chicago Press for this subject are Timothy Mennel and Mary Al-Sayed.

Featured Books

City of Newsmen

Public Lies and Professional Secrets in Cold War Washington

Kathryn J. McGarr

When the News Broke

Chicago 1968 and the Polarizing of America

Heather Hendershot

Fit Nation

The Gains and Pains of America’s Exercise Obsession

Natalia Mehlman Petrzela

Everyone against Us

Public Defenders and the Making of American Justice

Allen Goodman

The Cult of Creativity

A Surprisingly Recent History

Samuel W. Franklin

Every Goddamn Day

A Highly Selective, Definitely Opinionated, and Alternatingly Humorous and Heartbreaking Historical Tour of Chicago

Neil Steinberg

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