The University of Notre Dame Press is delighted to present its Spring 2022 Catalog of forthcoming titles. With works ranging from philosophy and theology to national security and Latin American history, this collection will inspire and engage readers in a variety of subjects.
Some highlights include:
- Future Peace: Technology, Aggression, and the Rush to War, by Major General (Ret.) Robert H. Latiff, urges extreme caution in the adoption of new weapons technology and is an impassioned plea for peace from an individual who spent decades preparing for war.
- Justus Doenecke’s monumental study More Precious than Peace: A New History of America in World War I covers diplomatic, military, and ideological aspects of U.S. involvement as a full-scale participant in World War I.
- In the new paperback edition of Monk’s Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame President Emeritus Edward A. Monk Malloy, C.S.C., provides readers with the unique and incredible experience of life at Notre Dame.
- Winner of the Ernest Sandeen Prize in Poetry, Magnificent Errors by Sheryl Luna is a collection of poems that shows mental health challenges can elicit beauty, resiliency, and hope.
- Darrel Alejandro Holnes’s first full-length collection of poems and winner of the Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize, Stepmotherland is a tour-de-force debut collection about coming of age, coming out, and coming to America.
- In You Are Gods: On Nature and Supernature, David Bentley Hart, author of the award-winning Theological Territories, offers an intense and thorough reflection upon the issue of the supernatural in Christian theology and doctrine.
- Who Are My People? by Emmanuel Katongole, the newest book in the Contending Modernities series, explores the complex relationship between identity, violence, and Christianity in Africa.
- The History and Culture of Iran and Central Asia, edited by D. G. Tor and Minoru Inaba, examines the major cultural, religious, political, and urban changes that took place in the Iranian world of Inner and Central Asia in the transition from the pre-Islamic to the Islamic periods.
- Two new books in the Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies series include The Etiquette of Early Northern Verse by Roberta Frank and Visual Translation: Illuminated Manuscripts and the First French Humanists by Anne D. Hedeman.
- Dante’s “Other Works,” edited by Zygmunt G. Baranski, and Theodore J. Cachey, Jr., is a new volume in the William and Katherine Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature.
- Rémi Brague’s Curing Mad Truths: Medieval Wisdom for the Modern Age, part of the Catholic Ideas for a Secular World series, will be released in paperback.
We hope you enjoy these books and more as you browse through our catalog. You can pre-order these titles and read more about other books from Notre Dame Press on our website. This catalog is also available in a pdf format or on Edelweiss+.
For more information, or to request review copies of forthcoming titles, contact: Kathryn Pitts, email@example.com, 574.631.3267.
This piece first appeared at undpressnews.nd.edu.