2022: A Year of TAMU Press Books in Review

Texas A&M University Press published in a variety of subject areas in 2022: Military History, Nature (including bird books), Music, Texas History and Texana, Art and Photography, Anthropology, Civil Rights, Literature, Women’s Studies, and Western History. Browse through the categories below, and take 30% off with code SoLong2022 until January 20, 2023.



Military History

Black Dragon

Hispanic Medal of Honor Recipients

Jewish Medal of Honor Recipients

Victory through Influence

The Berlin Airlift and the Making of the Cold War

Mother of the Company

African American State Volunteers in the New South


Literature Studies

Animals in the American Classics



Book of Birds

Raptors of Texas

Native Host Plants for Texas Moths

Boggy Slough

Melville's Mistake

Viva Texas Rivers!




Fifth Ward to Fourth Quarter

Hole in the Roof




Corazón Abierto

Pickers and Poets

Across the Border and Back

Live Forever

Without Getting Killed or Caught

Thirty Years behind the Glass

Delbert McClinton

Texas Jazz Singer

Looks Like Rain

Americana Music

My Guitar Is a Camera

Live from Aggieland

I've Been Out There

The Roots of Texas Music


Art & Photography

The Story of the Rockport-Fulton Art Colony

Three Women Artists

The Art of Texas State Parks

Texas Dives

The Historic Fort Worth Stockyards

Historic Homes of Bastrop, Texas

A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Glen Rose, Texas



The Architecture of Hunting


Texas History & Texana

Barrier to the Bays

Grand Tours and the Great War

Texas and Texans in the Great War

Texas People's Court

We Dance for the Virgen

Texas Dives

Preston Morgan Bolton, Texas Architect and Civic Leader


Civil Rights

Phyllis Frye and the Fight for Transgender Rights


Women’s Studies

Making Space for Women

Women across Time / Mujeres a Través del Tiempo


Western History

Capitan Chiquito

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