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Publisher Transition: New ISBNs for Published Books

April 07, 2022 1:00 PM | Anonymous

We want to keep you updated throughout our transition to our new publishers, UNC-Press (read more about that here and here).

Here is a spreadsheet with all our published titles and their new ISBN numbers. Details are also copied below.  You can preorder these titles NOW, and they will be available in July! 

Title Authors Paperback ISBN Ebook ISBN
Building the Italian Renaissance Brunelleschi's Dome and the Florence Cathedral Paula Kay Lazrus 978-1-4696-5339-6 978-1-4696-5340-2
Changing the Game
Title IX, Gender, and College Athletics
Kelly McFall, Abigail Perkiss 978-1-4696-7066-9  
Charles Darwin, the Copley Medal, and the Rise of Naturalism, 1862-1864 Marsha Driscoll, Elizabeth E. Dunn, Dann Siems, B. Kamran Swanson 978-1-4696-7077-5  
Chicago, 1968
Policy and Protest at the Democratic National Convention
Nicolas W. Proctor 978-1-4696-7070-6  
The Collapse of Apartheid and the Dawn of Democracy in South Africa, 1993 John C. Eby, Fred Morton 978-1-4696-3316-9 978-1-4696-3317-6
Confucianism and the Succession Crisis of the Wanli Emperor, 1587 Daniel K. Gardner, Mark C. Carnes 978-1-4696-7080-5  
Constantine and the Council of Nicaea Defining Orthodoxy and Heresy in Christianity, 325 CE David E. Henderson, Frank Kirkpatrick 978-1-4696-3141-7 978-1-4696-3142-4
The Constitutional Convention of 1787 Constructing the American Republic John Patrick Coby 978-1-4696-7088-1  
Defining a Nation
India on the Eve of Independence, 1945
Ainslie T. Embree, Mark C. Carnes 978-1-4696-7079-9  
Environmental Science and International Politics
Acid Rain in Europe, 1979-1989, and Climate Change in Copenhagen, 2009
David E. Henderson, Susan K. Henderson 978-1-4696-4029-7 978-1-4696-4030-3
Europe on the Brink, 1914 The July Crisis John E. Moser 978-1-4696-5986-2  
Food Fight
Challenging the USDA Food Pyramid, 1991
Susan K. Henderson, David E. Henderson 978-1-4696-6174-2  
Forest Diplomacy
Cultures in Conflict on the Pennsylvania Frontier, 175
Nicolas W. Proctor 978-1-4696-7073-7  
Greenwich Village, 1913
Suffrage, Labor, and the New Woman
Mary Jane Treacy 978-1-4696-7069-0  
Henry VIII and the Reformation Parliament John Patrick Coby 978-1-4696-4755-5 978-1-4696-4756-2
Japan, 1941
Between Pan-Asianism and the West
John E. Moser 978-1-4696-7065-2  
Kentucky, 1861
Loyalty, State, and Nation
Nicolas W. Proctor, Margaret Storey 978-1-4696-7071-3  
Mexico in Revolution, 1912-1920 Jonathan Truitt, Stephany Slaughter 978-1-4696-7072-0  
Modernism versus Traditionalism Art in Paris, 1888-1889 Gretchen K. McKay, Nicolas W. Proctor, Michael A. Marlais 978-1-4696-4126-3 978-1-4696-4127-0
The Needs of Others Human Rights, International
Organizations, and Intervention in Rwanda, 1994
Kelly McFall 978-1-4696-7068-3  
Patriots, Loyalists, and Revolution in New York City, 1775-1776 Bill Offutt 978-1-4696-7067-6  
Red Clay, 1835
Cherokee Removal and the Meaning of Sovereignty
Jace Weaver, Laura Adams Weaver 978-1-4696-7064-5  
The Remaking of the Medieval World, 1204
The Fourth Crusade
John J. Giebfried, Kyle C. Lincoln 978-1-4696-6411-8 978-1-4696-6412-5
Restoring the World, 1945 Security and Empire at Yalta Nicolas W. Proctor, John E. Moser 978-1-4696-5984-8 978-1-4696-5985-5
Rousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791 Jennifer J. Popiel, Mark C. Carnes 978-1-4696-7074-4  
Stages of Power
Marlowe and Shakespeare, 1592
Eric S. Mallin, Paul V. Sullivan 978-1-4696-3144-8 978-1-4696-3145-5
The Threshold of Democracy Athens in 403 B.C.E. Josiah Ober, Naomi J. Norman, Mark C. Carnes 978-1-4696-7075-1  
The Trial of Anne Hutchinson: Liberty, Law, and Intolerance in Puritan New England Michael P. Winship, Mark C. Carnes 978-1-4696-7078-2  
The Trial of Galileo
Aristotelianism, the "New Cosmology," and the Catholic Church, 1616-1633
Michael S. Pettersen, Frederick Purnell, Jr., Mark C. Carnes 978-1-4696-7081-2  



BONUS: note the uniform, lower price point for paperbacks ($30), and the availability of e-books for a portion of the games, as well.

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