A Family Practice

The Russell Doctors and the Evolving Business of Medicine, 1799–1989
William D. Lindsey, William L. Russell, and Mary L. Ryan

The essential history, newly revised, of one of the deadliest racial conflicts America has ever seen.

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Read Thomas A. DeBlack's essay about Arkansas and the Great Influenza Outbreak of 1918.

Named the best Arkansas history book for 2020.

Celebrating forty years of publishing great books.
NOW AVAILABLE: Artivate  Volume 9, Number 1

NOW AVAILABLE: Artivate Volume 9, Number 1

Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts issue 9.1 (Spring 2020) is now available. The newest issue of Artivate opens with thoughts, from editors Paul Bonin-Rodriguez and Neville Vakharia, on COVID-19 and the challenges facing artists and the arts community...

Announcing the forthcoming publication of Minuteman

Announcing the forthcoming publication of Minuteman

The University of Arkansas Press announces the forthcoming publication of Minuteman: A Technical History of the Missile That Defined American Nuclear Warfare, by David K. Stumpf. The book is a detailed history of the minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile...

The Taste of Art reviewed in Food and Foodways

The Taste of Art reviewed in Food and Foodways

Dr. Natalie Jovanovski has reviewed The Taste of Art: Cooking, Food, and Counterculture in Contemporary Practices, edited by Silvia Bottinelli and Margherita D’ayala Valva, in the January 2020 issue of  the journal Food and Foodways. Food and Foodways is an...

Zaina Alsous named winner of the 2020 Norma Farber Award

Zaina Alsous named winner of the 2020 Norma Farber Award

Zaina Alsous has won the 2020 Norma Farber Award for her collection A Theory of Birds. The Norma Farber Book Award honors a first book of original poetry written by a living author and is given by the Poetry Society of America. The Judge was Matthew Shenoda. "In Zaina...

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Arab American poets.

The submission deadline for the 2022 Etel Adnan Poetry Prize is 15 April 2021.

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The submission deadline for the 2022 Miller Williams Poetry Prize is 30 Sep 2020.
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