Southern Historical Association

Welcome to the SHA 2022 Virtual Exhibit

Southern History Association logoBelow you’ll find the same kind of information we would make available at our in-person exhibit at the SHA 2022 Annual Meeting: featured books, a conference discount, and a chance to meet with an editor.

From November 10th thru December 13th we are offering a 30% SHA discount  AND free shipping on the titles below. Use code 08SHA22 at checkout.


Meet Our Southern History Editors

Studio portrait of editor Mick Gusinde-DuffyMick Gusinde-Duffy
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Work that tests assumptions and explores the intersections of race, class, and gender in interesting ways is always welcome, as is work that takes a (well-grounded) stand. I encourage books that meld empirical research with theoretical insight, and strive to share that evidence and thought in clear, compelling prose. In academic publishing, we often speak of scholarship for the public square. It’s a worthy goal, even when we can’t predict how many readers will show up at that square. I try to help authors prepare themselves and their writing for smart, engaged readers.

Beyond the book, I have a long-standing commitment to digital scholarship and remain deeply engaged in seeking the best ways to truly publish (not post) that scholarship. Most recently that includes digital “supplements” for books in the New Perspectives on the Civil War Era series, as well as serving on the University of Georgia’s Digital Humanities Steering Committee, part of a broader DIGI collaboration with UGA Libraries, faculty, and the Willson Center.

So, I seek fresh ideas in books and digital scholarship that bring lucid but constructive complexity to our established stories. Books that make me go “hmmm?” That’s what I seek. Surprise me.

Studio Portrait of Nathaniel HollyNathaniel Holly
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I am the editor for the following series: Early American Places, Gender and Slavery, The Morehouse College King Collection Series on Civil and Human Rights, Politics and Culture in the Twentieth-Century South, and Race in the Atlantic World, 1700-1900.

I’d be happy to talk to you about your work. Please get in touch and let me know how you’d like to connect: phone, email, or Zoom meeting.

Although not necessary before we meet, if you’d like to submit a full book proposal, please click here for general guidelines.

SHA 2022 Books on Display

Our Current Catalog

UGA Press Fall and Winter 2022 Catalog

Books for Fall-Winter 2022




Exam Copies: Use our online order form for exam copies.

Desk Copies: If you have adopted one of our books for course use, and your school’s bookstore has ordered at least ten copies, you are entitled to one free copy of the book for your own use. Use our online order form for desk copies.


Go here, then follow the instructions under the “Permission to Photocopy” heading.

Sale Details and Ordering Information

  • Sale ends December 13, 2022.
  • Order online or by phone (1-800-848-6224).
  • To receive your 30% discount, use the code 08SHA22 during online checkout (see below for details), or be sure to mention 08SHA22 if ordering by phone.
  • Your discount is taken off of the list price.
  • The 30% discount does not combine with any other UGA Press discount offers currently in effect.
  • Discount applies to currently available books only.
  • Ebooks are excluded from the sale.

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