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Individual Bookbuyers

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From each book page you can add items to the shopping cart by clicking the “Add to Cart” button. View items in the cart by clicking “Shopping Cart” to add, remove or change quantities of books you order. Proceed to the secure check out. Shipping to foreign countries is $9.50 per book for the first book and $6 for each additional book.

Shopping Cart Help

Our shopping cart is operated by the University of Chicago Press’s Chicago Distribution Center (CDC). For questions about technical problems while placing an order, please email CDC’s Karen Hyzy <khyzy@press.uchicago.edu>. For CDC to better assist you, please provide, if you can, the ISBN of the book you are trying to purchase, the approximate time and date of your attempt, and a brief description of the problem(s) you encountered.

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Librarians

We accept library purchase orders. Standing orders for volumes in numbered series may be established with the Press at a 20% discount. Write or phone the Press to arrange a standing order:

Ohio University Press
30 Park Place,
Suite 101 Athens, OH 45701-2909
+1 740 593 1156
kallet@ohio.edu

Teaching Faculty

Instructions and forms for requesting examination copies and desk copies are posted with our “Resources for Instructors.”

Booksellers

Please contact:

Ohio University Press
UC Distribution Center
11030 S. Langley Ave.
Chicago, IL 60628

Phone orders and customer service: +1 800 621 2736
Fax orders:
• Local: +1 773 702 7212
• Toll free: +1 800 621 8476
Credit and Collections: +1 800 521 8412

New Accounts

In order to set up a new account with our warehouse facility in Chicago, we need a copy of your resale certificate or tax-exempt certificate which can be faxed to us at: 740-593-4536. Prepayment will be required on your initial order. After placing your initial order, prepayment will not be necessary; our warehouse will bill you at Net 30 Days. For assistance with establishing new accounts, please contact Jeff Kallet at 740-593-1158 or email kallet@ohio.edu.

Returns

Returns will be accepted from 90 days to one year from the date of invoice. Invoice number must be provided. Credit will be issues for books in resaleable condition. Permission is not required. The address for returns is:

Ohio University Press/Returns
UC Distribution Center
11030 S. Langley Ave.
Chicago, IL 60628

Sales Representatives

Domestic

Metropolitan New York, Texas, Oklahoma

Gary Hart
413 S. Central Ave. #A-135, Glendale, CA 91204
+1 818 956 0527, Phone
+1 818 243 4676, Fax
ghart@press.uchicago.edu

Connecticut, Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, D.C.

Blake Delodder
3401 Cheverly, Cheverly, MD 20785
+1 301 322 4509, Phone
+1 301 583 0376, Fax
bdelodder@press.uchicago.edu

Upstate New York, Western Pennsylvania, Louisiana

Bailey Walsh
348 S Lexington Street
Spring Green, WI 53588
608-588-0199 Phone
608-588-0192 Fax
608-345-4306 Cell
bwalsh @ press.uchicago.edu

Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin

Abraham Associates, Inc.
5120-A Cedar Lake Rd
St. Louis Park MN 55416
952-927-7920 Phone
800-701-2489 Toll free
952-927-8089 Fax
www.aabookreps.com
Stu Abraham stu@abrahamassociatesinc.com
John Mesjak john@abrahamasociatesinc.com
Roy Schonfeld roy@abrahamassociatesinc.com

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia

Southern Territory Associates
1393 SE Legacy Cove Circle
Stuart, FL 34997
772-708-5788 Phone

Florida (except Panhandle), Southern Georgia
Geoff Rizzo rizzosta@gmail.com
772-708-5788

North and South Carolina, Virginia, East Tennessee
Angie Smits hasmits@aol.com
336-574-1879

Georgia, Chattanooga, TN, Florida Panhandle
Teresa Rolfe Kravtin trkravtin@charter.net
706-882-9014

Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, West Tennessee
Tom Caldwell tomcaldwell79@gmail.com
773-450-2695

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

Wilcher Associates
26652 Merienda #7
Laguna Hills, CA 92656
949-362-0597 Phone
949-643-2330 Fax

Alaska, Arizona, Southern California, Hawaii, Nevada
Tom McCorkell tmccork@sbcglobal.net

Northern California, Oregon
Bob Rosenberg bob@bobrosenberggroup.com
415-564-1248

Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Jim Sena sena.wilcher@gmail.com
719-210-5222

International

United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific

Combined Academic Publishers Ltd.
Windsor House
Cornwall Road
Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 2PW
United Kingdom
+44 (0)1423 562232, Phone
orders@combinedacademic.co.uk
www.combinedacademic.co.uk

Canada

Laura J. Rust
Scholarly Book Services Inc.
289 Bridgeland Ave., Unit 105
Toronto, On. M6A 1Z6
+1 800 847 9736, Phone
+1 800 220 9895, Fax
www.sbookscan.com

All Other Areas

Ohio University Press
30 Park Place,
Suite 101 Athens, OH 45701-2909
+1 740 593 1158 or +1 740 593 1160, Phone
+1 740 593 4536, Fax
kallet@ohio.edu

New Titles

A Taste of the Hocking Hills
A Taste of the Hocking Hills intermingles delicious recipes with striking photographs of the Appalachian region. Chef Matt Rapposelli presents dishes by the season, noting the specialties appearing on his menus that time of year. Whether enjoying a winter evening or a summer morning, cooks will be able to bring a bit of the Hocking Hills home.


Peoples of the Inland Sea
Native Americans and Newcomers in the Great Lakes Region, 1600–1870
David Andrew Nichols offers a fresh history of the Lakes peoples over nearly three centuries of rapid change. As the people themselves persisted, so did their customs, religions, and control over their destinies. Accessible and creative, this book is destined to become a classroom staple for Native American history.


Amy Biehl’s Last Home
A Bright Life, a Tragic Death, and a Journey of Reconciliation in South Africa
In 1993, white American Fulbright scholar Amy Biehl was killed in a racially motivated attack near Cape Town after working to promote democracy and women’s rights in South Africa. The ironic circumstances of her death generated enormous international publicity and yielded one of South Africa’s most heralded stories of postapartheid reconciliation.


Literature and Resistance in Guatemala
Textual Modes and Cultural Politics from El Señor Presidente to Rigoberta Menchú
What circumstances lead writers in a poor, multi-ethnic and largely illiterate country to produce a literature that both expresses and affects opposition to the regime? Who are these writers?


Connecting Continents
Archaeology and History in the Indian Ocean World
Connecting Continents addresses two issues: how to promote collaborative research, and how to shape the research agenda for a region only recently attracting serious interest from historical archaeologists exploring the dynamics of migration, colonization, and cultural syncretism central to understanding human experience in the Indian Ocean basin.