University Press of Florida

The scholarly publishing arm of the State University System of Florida, the University Press of Florida (UPF) was founded in 1945. UPF has published more than 3,000 volumes to date. One of the largest university presses in the South, UPF has earned a prominent reputation for publishing distinguished works by important global and local voices. UPF is proud to serve the State University System of Florida, its universities, and the diverse communities of our state.

The UPF faculty advisory board, composed of faculty members from each of the 11 universities in the State University System, assesses and approves all books that have passed peer review and are slated for publication, ensuring that the peer review process is thorough.

UPF Advisory Board

Sally McRorie (Chair)
Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Florida State University

Uzi Baram (2019–2021)
Professor of Anthropology
Division of Social Sciences
New College of Florida

Thomas Pluckhahn (2019–2021)
Professor of Anthropology
Department of Anthropology
University of South Florida

Melody Bowdon (2020–2022)
Associate Vice Provost, Division of Student Learning and Academic Success
Associate Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies
Professor of Writing and Rhetoric
University of Central Florida

John Kantner (2019–2021)
Dean of the Graduate School
Associate Vice President for Research
University of North Florida

Andrew Frank (2020–2022)
Allen Morris Professor of History
Department of History
Florida State University

Darius Young (2021–2023)
Associate Professor of History
Department of History and Political Science
Florida A & M University

Allen Josephs (2020–2022)
Department of English and Foreign Language
University of West Florida

Bill Link (2019–2021)
Richard J. Milbaur Professor of History
Department of History
University of Florida

Sika Dagbovie-Mullins (2021–2023)
Associate Professor of English
Department of English
Florida Atlantic University

Kevin A. Evans (2019–2021)
Associate Professor and Graduate Program Interim Director for Political Science
Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs
Director of Politics and International Relations
Florida International University

Fiona Tolhurst (2018–2023)
Associate Professor and Program Coordinator
Literature and Culture of Medieval Europe
Florida Gulf Coast University