Course Adoption

Top UT Press Titles for Course Adoption

Victims
A True Story of the Civil War

Philip Shaw Paludan
Paper, $17.95

The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Women Who Started It
The Memoir of Jo Ann Gibson Robinson

Jo Ann Gibson Robinson
Paper, $18.95

Appalachian Cultural Competency
A Guide for Medical, Mental Health, and Social Service Professionals
Edited by Susan E. Keefe
Cloth, $40

Invitation to Vernacular Architecture
A Guide to the Study of Ordinary Buildings and Landscapes
Thomas Carter and Elizabeth Collins Cromley
Paper, $19.95

A Handbook to Appalachia
An Introduction to the Region

Edited by Grace Toney Edwards, JoAnn Aust Asbury, and Ricky L. Cox
Paper, $19.95

At Work in the Atomic City
A Labor and Social History of Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Russell B. Olwell
Cloth, $29

To Lift Up My Race
The Essential Writings of Samuel Robert Cassius
Edited by Edward J. Robinson
Cloth, $46.95

A Godsend to His People
The Essential Writings and Speeches of Marshall Keeble
Edited by Edward J. Robinson
Cloth, $39.95

The Hippies and American Values
Timothy Miller
Paper, $22.50

Tennesseans and Their History
Paul H. Bergeron, Stephen V. Ash, and Jeanette Keith
Paper, $19.95
Cloth, $31.95

When Dempsey Fought Tunney
Heroes, Hokum, and Storytelling in the Jazz Age
Bruce J. Evensen
Paper, $17.95

Five Tragic Hours
The Battle of Franklin

James Lee McDonough and Thomas L. Connelly
Paper, $17.95

Examination Copy Policy

Examination copies of paperback books only will be sent to an instructor considering a book for classroom adoption. Requests may be faxed or mailed and must be on department letterhead and include the following information: title and author, course title and number, expected enrollment, semester the course will be taught, instructor’s name, and name and address of the institution.

An “approval invoice” will be included with the exam copy for the list press less a 10% discount. If the book is adopted as a text and an order is received for 10 or more copies within 90 days, it may be kept as a free desk copy. If it is not adopted, the book may be purchased at the discounted price or returned in saleable condition, without obligation, within the 90-day period. Books will be sent to the school address only. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. For more information, contact Tom Post.

Desk Copy Policy

Desk copies will be sent to an instructor who has placed an order for 10 or more copies with a bookstore. Each request must be made on a “Desk Copy Request Form” (provided by the bookstore) or on departmental letterhead. Include the following information: title and author, course title and number, name of bookstore where order was placed, and name and shipping address of instructor. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. For more information, contact Tom Post.