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Save 30% on all UW Press titles as a WAA member! Peruse more than 1,400 titles currently in print, including general interest books, books by scholars, and regional books about Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest. To redeem this exclusive offer, make your title selection(s), click on the shopping cart, choose among cloth, paper, or e-book formats and type “WAA” in the promo code box. Journals excluded.

The cover of Weber's book is tan, with a collage of Door County photos.

Cold War University

Madison and the New Left in the Sixties
Matthew Levin

“At last, a study that puts the saga of the 1960s New Left at the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus into proper context! Matthew Levin has done a marvelous job, and this book deserves the widest attention both to scholars and to veterans of the experience.” —Paul Buhle, editor of History and the New Left: Madison, Wisconsin, 1950-70

The cover of  this book is illustrated with a photo of a statue of a bound slave.

Alan Ameche
The Story of “The Horse”
Dan Manoyan

"With power, speed and heart, Alan Ameche carried Wisconsin football into the big time.” —Sports Illustrated

Cover of Flammable Cities is

Pioneers of Ecological Restoration
The People and the Legacy of the University of Wisconsin Arboretum
Franklin E. Court

"A very substantial overview of the history of the arboretum, with an emphasis on the people who conceived of it and worked to develop it. I learned a great deal." —Paul H. Zedler, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Cover of Flammable Cities is

Madison
The Illustrated Sesquicentennial History, Volume 1, 1856–1931
Stuart D. Levitan

“A fascinating ramble through the attic of Madison’s past.” —Isthmus

“More fun than a yearbook”
—The Capital Times

“It’s remarkable how hard Stuart worked. It’s great for the city, and it will be enduring for decades and decades to come.” —Dave Cieslewicz, former Mayor of Madison, Wisconsin