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Welcome to our virtual exhibit for the Organization of American Historians! All of the books listed here are available to you at the meeting discount of 30% off list price plus free domestic shipping. Click on the buy buttons below and use the promotional code EX57392 in the shopping cart to get 30% off physical books.*

Books in this field are acquired by Tim Mennel.

Ebook discount: Most of the books published by the University of Chicago Press are also available in e-book form from our website. To get a 20% discount on e-books published by the University of Chicago Press, use promotional code UCPXEB during checkout. (UCPXEB only applies to full-priced e-books published by the University of Chicago Press.)

We also welcome you to browse our Journals Division’s virtual exhibit for OAH 2023. Enjoy a selection of free articles and a 20% discount on most subscriptions with code UCPJ20.** Our journals include American Political Thought, Environmental HistoryThe Journal of African American History, and Winterthur Portfolio.

*This offer is valid until June 2, 2023. For titles where paperback and cloth versions are available, the discount only applies to the paperback.

**Discounts may not apply to all membership journals. Postage may apply to journal subscriptions with a print component. Taxes apply. Visit the journal home pages for more information.

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Featured Books

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

City of Dignity

Christianity, Liberalism, and the Making of Global Los Angeles

Sean T. Dempsey

Banking on Slavery

Financing Southern Expansion in the Antebellum United States

Sharon Ann Murphy

The Great American Transit Disaster

A Century of Austerity, Auto-Centric Planning, and White Flight

Nicholas Dagen Bloom

The Floating University

Experience, Empire, and the Politics of Knowledge

Tamson Pietsch

The Cult of Creativity

A Surprisingly Recent History

Samuel W. Franklin

Popularizing the Past

Historians, Publishers, and Readers in Postwar America

Nick Witham

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