Year: 2021

Notre Dame Press Seeks Religion Editor and Promotes Two Staff Members

The University of Notre Dame Press is accepting applications for Senior Acquisitions Editor. The Press seeks an innovative and experienced editor to acquire and develop 20–25 new scholarly and trade book projects each year in the areas of theology, philosophy, and religious studies. Here is the position description. In addition to the new position, two of […]

Notre Dame Press’s “Plus One”

To #KeepUP up with the highest standards of scholarship, an academic press must be committed both to the power of ideas and to forming the next generation of publishers. Christopher C. Rios-Sueverkruebbe, University of Notre Dame Press’s 5+1 postdoctoral fellow, represents its commitment to both. He looks forward to carrying on the Press’s forward-looking dedication […]

Notre Dame Press’s Year at a Glance

Each year, Notre Dame Press connects the ideas of leading scholars and experts with new readers. In celebration of University Press Week, we’re pleased to share the Notre Dame Press 2020–2021 Year at a Glance, which showcases how we #KeepUP with the changing needs and expectations of scholarship and press impact. Notre Dame Press maintained […]

Notre Dame Press is Awarded an NEH Grant

In 2020, Notre Dame Press received an NEH CARES grant, allowing us to expand our channels to communicate with and connect scholars. We’re thrilled to highlight the new projects we explored to #KeepUP and adapt to a new era with an increased need for virtual interaction. Thanks to the support of the NEH CARES grant, […]

The Notre Dame Press Book Club

A year like 2020 reveals the need to #KeepUP with conversations and voices about diversity and inclusion more than ever. As academic publishers, we especially need to make efforts to understand and be allies. So our Assistant Production Editor, David Juarez, decided to start a book club at Notre Dame Press. These are his thoughts: […]

Why Do University Presses Matter?

Notre Dame Press is proud to kick off our University Press Week blog tour with an interview with Greg Bourke, author of Gay, Catholic, and American: My Legal Battle for Marriage Equality and Inclusion. Bourke and his husband, Michael De Leon, were named plaintiffs in the landmark United States Supreme Court decision Obergefell vs. Hodges, […]

Notre Dame Press celebrates University Press Week with Book Festival, Author Events, Sale, and Blog Tour

This year, University Press Week is November 8–12, 2021. “Keep UP,” this year’s theme, marks the tenth anniversary of University Press Week and celebrates how university presses have evolved over the past decade. The inaugural UP Week theme in 2012 was “Contributing to an Informed Society.” During the ten years since, the university press community has stayed […]

An Interview with Angela McKay Knobel, author of “Aquinas and the Infused Moral Virtues”

Angela McKay Knobel is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Dallas. This October, the University of Notre Dame Press published her newest book, Aquinas and the Infused Moral Virtues, which William C. Mattison III has called, “what is now likely the best book available on virtue in Aquinas’s thought.” Professor Knobel recently answered […]