University of Virginia Press

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ISBN 978-0-8139-0022-3 to 978-0-8139-1803-7 << ISBN 978-0-8139-3609-3 to 978-0-8139-4300-8 < ISBN 978-0-8139-4303-9 to end of this ISBN range

year of pub­li­ca­ti­onISBNauthor(s)title
2019978-0-8139-4303-9George WashingtonThe Papers of George Washington: 5 July-27 August 1780 (Revolutionary War Series)
  ''978-0-8139-4304-6George WashingtonThe Papers of George Washington: 1 April-21 September 1796 (Presidential Series)
  ''978-0-8139-4305-3Joanne B. Freeman · Johann N. Neem · James E. Lewis Jr.Jeffersonians in Power: The Rhetoric of Opposition Meets the Realities of Governing (Jeffersonian America)
  ''978-0-8139-4307-7Megan J. MyersMapping Hispaniola: Third Space in Dominican and Haitian Literature (New World Studies)
  ''978-0-8139-4308-4   ''Mapping Hispaniola: Third Space in Dominican and Haitian Literature (New World Studies)
2019978-0-8139-4311-4Francis X. ClooneyReading the Hindu and Christian Classics: Why and How Deep Learning Still Matters (Richard Lectures)
  ''978-0-8139-4313-8Ann Louise KibbieTransfusion: Blood and Sympathy in the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination
  ''978-0-8139-4315-2Juan Carlos González EspitiaSifilografía: A History of the Writerly Pox in the Eighteenth-Century Hispanic World (Writing the Early Americas)
  ''978-0-8139-4317-6Alex John CataneseBuddha in the Marketplace: The Commodification of Buddhist Objects in Tibet (Traditions and Transformations in Tibetan Buddhism)
  ''978-0-8139-4318-3   ''Buddha in the Marketplace: The Commodification of Buddhist Objects in Tibet (Traditions and Transformations in Tibetan Buddhism)
2019978-0-8139-4320-6Brent TarterGerrymanders: How Redistricting Has Protected Slavery, White Supremacy, and Partisan Minorities in Virginia
  ''978-0-8139-4322-0John A. Ragosta · Peter S. Onuf · Andrew J. O'ShaughnessyThe Founding of Thomas Jefferson's University (Jeffersonian America)
  ''978-0-8139-4324-4Amitai EtzioniIn Defense of Patriotism
  ''978-0-8139-4326-8Charles J. Holden · Zach Messitte · Jerald PodairRepublican Populist: Spiro Agnew and the Origins of Donald Trump’s America
  ''978-0-8139-4328-2Sarah Phillips Casteel · Heidi KaufmanCaribbean Jewish Crossings: Literary History and Creative Practice (New World Studies)
2019978-0-8139-4329-9Sarah Phillips Casteel · Heidi KaufmanCaribbean Jewish Crossings: Literary History and Creative Practice (New World Studies)
  ''978-0-8139-4331-2Chris MounseySight Correction: Vision and Blindness in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Peculiar Bodies: Stories and Histories)
  ''978-0-8139-4332-9Chris MounseySight Correction: Vision and Blindness in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Peculiar Bodies: Stories and Histories)
  ''978-0-8139-4334-3Helen L. HorowitzTraces of J. B. Jackson: The Man Who Taught Us to See Everyday America (Midcentury: Architecture, Landscape, Urbanism, and Design)
  ''978-0-8139-4337-4Elizabeth DillErotic Citizens: Sex and the Embodied Subject in the Antebellum Novel
2019978-0-8139-4339-8Elizabeth DillErotic Citizens: Sex and the Embodied Subject in the Antebellum Novel
  ''978-0-8139-4340-4Christopher HerbertEvangelical Gothic: The English Novel and the Religious War on Virtue from Wesley to Dracula (Victorian Literature and Culture)
  ''978-0-8139-4342-8David Sweeney CoombsReading with the Senses in Victorian Literature and Science (Victorian Literature and Culture)
2020978-0-8139-4344-2Anne Margaret CastroThe Sacred Act of Reading: Spirituality, Performance, and Power in Afro-Diasporic Literature (New World Studies)
  ''978-0-8139-4345-9   ''The Sacred Act of Reading: Spirituality, Performance, and Power in Afro-Diasporic Literature (New World Studies)
2019978-0-8139-4350-3Devin P. ZuberA Language of Things: Emanuel Swedenborg and the American Environmental Imagination (Studies in Religion and Culture)
  ''978-0-8139-4351-0   ''A Language of Things: Emanuel Swedenborg and the American Environmental Imagination (Studies in Religion and Culture)
2020978-0-8139-4354-1Rodrigo LazoLetters from Filadelfia: Early Latino Literature and the Trans-American Elite (Writing the Early Americas)
2020978-0-8139-4355-8Rodrigo LazoLetters from Filadelfia: Early Latino Literature and the Trans-American Elite (Writing the Early Americas)
2019978-0-8139-4357-2Daniel B. ThorpFacing Freedom: An African American Community in Virginia from Reconstruction to Jim Crow (The American South Series)
  ''978-0-8139-4358-9Thomas E. BuckleyEstablishing Religious Freedom: Jefferson's Statute in Virginia
  ''978-0-8139-4359-6Caroline Chamberlin HellmanChildren of the Raven and the Whale: Visions and Revisions in American Literature
2019978-0-8139-4360-2Caroline Chamberlin HellmanChildren of the Raven and the Whale: Visions and Revisions in American Literature
  ''978-0-8139-4362-6Toni MorrisonGoodness and the Literary Imagination: Harvard's 95th Ingersoll Lecture with Essays on Morrison's Moral and Religious Vision
  ''978-0-8139-4364-0Michael B. PrinceThe Shortest Way with Defoe: Robinson Crusoe, Deism, and the Novel
  ''978-0-8139-4365-7   ''The Shortest Way with Defoe: Robinson Crusoe, Deism, and the Novel
  ''978-0-8139-4368-8Hawes SpencerSummer of Hate: Charlottesville, USA
2020978-0-8139-4369-5Vitor IzecksohnSlavery and War in the Americas: Race, Citizenship, and State Building in the United States and Brazil, 1861-1870 (A Nation Divided: Studies in the Civil War Era)
2019978-0-8139-4372-5Ann Louise KibbieTransfusion: Blood and Sympathy in the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination
2019978-0-8139-4373-2Juan Carlos González EspitiaSifilografía: A History of the Writerly Pox in the Eighteenth-Century Hispanic World (Writing the Early Americas)
2001978-0-8139-4898-0Simon ClarkDarkness Demands