West Virginia University Press Series

West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce In Place, a new book series to be published under Vandalia Press, its creative imprint.

In Place emerges from a desire to uncover more books about the complexity and richness of place. This series will publish literary nonfiction in various forms—narrative nonfiction, memoir, essay collections, cultural mediation, and others—focusing on books firmly rooted in place. In Place creates a space to explore lives, history, and landscapes.

West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Radical Natures, a new book series edited by David Correia, Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, Mazen Labban, and Judith Watson.

West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Sounding Appalachia, a new book series edited by Travis D. Stimeling

West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Energy and Society, a new book series edited by Brian Black.

West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Histories of Capitalism and the Environment, a new book series edited by Bart Elmore.

West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, a new series edited by James M. Lang.

Monongah

Monongah
Davitt McAteer
New PB Edition

Stretching from central Pennsylvania to southern Virginia, Central Appalachia’s linear ridges, valleys, and dissected plateaus produce a globally significant biodiversity and fascinating adaptations of the region’s plants and animals to their surroundings and to each other. The Central Appalachian Natural History series investigates the region in depth—the development of these natural processes and the myriad details of the resulting flora and fauna, geology, woodlands, and wetlands.

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History of the American Negro

History of the American Negro
A. B. Caldwell
Introduction by Joe Trotter

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