Even though Cambria Press author and Slavery: Past and Present book series general editor Ana Lucia Araujo organized multiple slavery sessions at the #2014AHA annual meeting and was extremely busy, it was wonderful of her to make the time to come to the Cambria Press booth especially because her books, Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators in the South Atlantic and Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Interactions, Identities, and Images, caught much attention not only because of the quality and quantity of research they contained but also because of the overwhelmingly positive reviews they have received.
Dr. Araujo’s book will be on display again at the 2014 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) meeting in Chicago, but you don’t have to wait–read Public Memory of Slavery and Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade online now!
Cambria Press is offering a 40% discount on all hardcover titles for the AHA. Please use coupon code AHA2014; the offer is valid until Feb 14, 2014. Librarians can use this code too, so please pass this on to them! Download the Cambria Press history catalog and booklist.
Check out our e-book rentals too: Cambria monographs have excellent chapter readings for undergraduate and graduate classes–avoid the hassle of textbook orders and simply assign a book chapter (or more) to students for the week’s reading for only $8.99!
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