UPF Catalogs

Holiday Book Sale

Our holiday book sale is here! From our newest releases to bestselling classics, all University Press of Florida books are on sale. Explore our website, view our holiday catalog, or read our holiday gift guide to find the perfect gift for every reader.

Order with code XM20 to receive up to 40% off your order plus FREE shipping. Orders over $50 will receive a free UPF 75th anniversary tote bag while supplies last. You can also place your order by calling 800.226.3822.

Important Order Information

While most of our staff members are working remotely, we are still open and we are still shipping out books. Please note that orders may be delayed due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our processing times and on the operations of our partners. To contact us regarding an order, please email us at Orders@upress.ufl.edu or call 800-226-3822.

Fall 2020 Virtual Booths

Most of the conferences we had planned to attend this fall are taking place virtually. If you were hoping to meet with one of our editors at our booth to discuss a book project, please visit our staff page for information on our editors and the subject areas they acquire. They would love to hear from you. To browse our conference virtual booths, see below. We are offering deep discount prices and FREE SHIPPING.

ASALH | African American Studies Sale

DSA | Dance Studies Sale

MSA | Modernist Studies Sale

SEAC | Southeastern Archaeology Sale

SHA | Southern History Sale

SAMLA | Language and Literature Sale

Women's History: A Reading List

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Southern Association for Women Historians (SAWH). In recognition of this milestone we've curated a selection of our books focusing on women's history, including the new Sisterly Networks: Fifty Years of Southern Women's Histories, edited by Catherine Clinton. View the reading list here and use code SHA20 for discounts and free shipping.

AUPresses Statement on Equity and Anti-Racism

The University Press of Florida stands with the Association of University Presses in opposition to racism. We aspire to hold justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion as values that guide our policies, practices, and publications. Read full statement here.