Year: 2022

The Fight for More Ethical Technology in “Future Peace,” by ND Professor Robert H. Latiff

In a world where complex technologies clash with escalating international tensions, how can artificial intelligence be trusted? Today, there are more than six hundred Department of Defense projects that are looking to incorporate artificial intelligence into warfighting. According to Sue Halperin in a recent article in The New Yorker, the rise of A.I. is rapidly changing how enemy intelligence […]

Notre Dame Press Director Stephen Wrinn Interviewed in NDWorks

University of Notre Dame Press Director Stephen Wrinn is interviewed in the latest issue of NDWorks. The piece, written by Natalie Davis Miller, captures how Notre Dame Press operates today. Miller describes how the editorial staff selects titles to be published among hundreds of submissions, outlines how the ND Press team guides a manuscript from submission to publication, and […]

A Celebration of Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, the University of Notre Dame Press has organized a page of some of our most indispensable books in African American studies and African American Intellectual history to amplify Black voices and their tremendous history, continued difficulties and triumphs of the present, and perseverance toward the future.  Described as a […]

Award-Winning Poet Sheryl Luna Publishes “Magnificent Errors”

The University of Notre Dame Press is proud to announce that Sheryl Luna is the winner of the 2022 Ernest Sandeen Prize in Poetry for her collection of visionary poems in Magnificent Errors. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Program in the Department of English at the University of Notre Dame, the prize is awarded to authors who have […]

An Interview with Justus D. Doenecke, Author of “More Precious than Peace”

Justus D. Doenecke is professor emeritus of history at New College of Florida. He is the author of numerous books including Storm on the Horizon: The Challenge to American Intervention, 1939–1941, winner of the Herbert Hoover Book Award, and Nothing Less Than War: A New History of America’s Entry into World War I. We were […]

Voices from “Black Domers”

Notre Dame Press Marketing Intern Sydni Brooks interviewed her godmother, Ramona Payne, one of the students in Black Domers: African-American Students at Notre Dame in Their Own Words. Ramona and her husband, Tony Fitts, share their experiences as Black students at Notre Dame and provide wisdom for future students. Sydni: So my first question is […]

An Interview with Robert H. Latiff, Author of “Future Peace”

Major General (Ret.) Robert H. Latiff is adjunct professor with the John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values at the University of Notre Dame and research professor at George Mason University. Future Peace is the eagerly awaited sequel to his critically acclaimed book Future War: Preparing for the New Global Battlefield. Here is […]

An Interview with Sheryl Luna, Author of “Magnificent Errors”

Sheryl Luna’s first collection, Pity the Drowned Horses, won the inaugural Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize for emerging Latino/a poets (University of Notre Dame Press, 2005). Her second book of poetry, Seven, was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. Now in her new collection, Magnificent Errors, she adds to her list of accolades, earning the […]

Darrel Alejandro Holnes Receives Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize for “Stepmotherland”

The University of Notre Dame Press is proud to announce that Darrel Alejandro Holnes received the 2022 Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize for his first full-length collection Stepmotherland. Named after the late California native and author of the award-winning book The Iceworker Sings, the prize supports the work of emerging Latino/a poets and has as its goal to nurture the various paths that Latino […]

The Honest Genius of George Eliot

Bernadette Waterman Ward shares a concise overview of George Eliot’s interaction with Girard’s mimetic desire and the honest realism within Eliot’s novels. George Eliot’s biographers and critics usually present her as a heroic champion of feminism and humanism, supported by her longtime lover in her radical lifestyle. Yet careful chronological reading of all her work, […]