Black History Month 

Texas A&M University Press is proud to observe Black History Month. This year we selected books that highlight distinct experiences, histories, and achievements of African Americans that have not only shaped Texas history and culture but have shaped the history and culture of America as well.

Now through March 1, 2022, get 40% off these specially selected books below using use code BH40 (offer good while supplies last).

To see a complete list of related titles from Texas A&M University Press and the Texas Book Consortium, click here.

(To learn more about Black History Month, also known as African American History Month, visit the African American History Month webpage at the Library of Congress.)

African Americans in Central Texas History

African Americans in Central Texas History

Bruce A. Glasrud, Deborah M. Liles, E. Joe Brackner Jr., Sherilyn Brandenstein, Donaly E. Brice, William Dean Carrigan, Karen Kossie-Chernyshev, Martin Kuhlmann, Billy Bob Lightfoot, Ronald E. Marcello, James T. Matthews, Donald G. Nieman, Neil G. Sapper, Rebecca Sharpless, James Sorelle, Keith J. Volanto

Black Man in the Huddle

Black Man in the Huddle

Robert D. Jacobus, Annette Gordon-Reed

Tales of the Sea Cloud

Tales of the Sea Cloud

Ken W. Sayers, Vincent W. Patton III

The Ground on Which I Stand

The Ground on Which I Stand

Marti Corn, Tracy Xavia Karner, Thad Sitton, Tacey A. Rosolowski, Wanda Horton-Woodworth

The Other Great Migration

The Other Great Migration

Bernadette Pruitt, M. Hunter Hayes

The African Texans

The African Texans

Alwyn Barr

Black Cowboys of Texas

Black Cowboys of Texas

Sara R. Massey

Blue & Gold and Black

Blue & Gold and Black

Robert J. Schneller Jr.

I've Been Out There

I've Been Out There

Grady Gaines

African Diaspora

African Diaspora

Alusine Jalloh, Stephen E. Maizlish

Black Women in Texas History

Black Women in Texas History

Bruce A. Glasrud, Merline Pitre

Recovering Five Generations Hence

Recovering Five Generations Hence

Karen Kossie-Chernyshev, Bruce A. Glasrud, Alisha Knight, M. Giulia Fabi, Angela Boswell, Brian M. Jack, Veronica Watson, Nikki Brown

Houston Cougars in the 1960s

Houston Cougars in the 1960s

Robert D. Jacobus

Styling Jim Crow

Styling Jim Crow

Julia Kirk Blackwelder

Buffalo Soldiers in the West

Buffalo Soldiers in the West

Bruce A. Glasrud, Michael N. Searles

The First Waco Horror

The First Waco Horror

Patricia Bernstein

One Woman's Army

One Woman's Army

Charity Adams Earley

Black Dixie

Black Dixie

Howard Beeth, Cary D. Wintz

Exploring the Afro-Texas Experience

Exploring the Afro-Texas Experience

Bruce A. Glasrud, Laurie Champion

Racial Borders

Racial Borders

James N. Leiker

The Folly of Jim Crow

The Folly of Jim Crow

Stephanie Cole, Natalie J. Ring, Natalie J. Ring, Melissa Stein, Theda Perdue, Peter Wallenstein, W. Fitzhugh Brundage, Mia Bay, Jane Dailey

Southern Black Women in the Modern Civil Rights Movement

Southern Black Women in the Modern Civil Rights Movement

Bruce A. Glasrud, Merline Pitre, Bruce A. Glasrud, Merline Pitre, Caroline Emmons, Dwonna Naomi Goldstone, Bobby L. Lovett, Maxine D. Jones, Stefanie Decker, Clarissa Myrick-Harris, Marvin W. Dulaney, Tiyi M. Morris, Jeannie M. Whayne, Shannon L. Frystak, Yvonne Davis Frear

Invisible Houston

Invisible Houston

Robert D. Bullard

Blacks in East Texas History

Blacks in East Texas History

Bruce A. Glasrud, Archie P McDonald

St. Philip's College

St. Philip's College

Marie Pannell Thurston, Maria Hernandez Ferrier, Adena Williams Loston

Fair Ways

Fair Ways

Robert J. Robertson

Ten Dollars to Hate

Ten Dollars to Hate

Patricia Bernstein