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Welcome to our virtual exhibit!

We are extremely excited to bring our political science and political theory lists directly to your screen! Enjoy browsing our recent titles, and peek into our Political Science and Theory catalog for a more complete list. From the mind of Pierre Manent to the memoirs of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, we have the book for you.

From the desk of Steve Wrinn, Director:

Greetings from Notre Dame,

I hope this message finds you, your family, and your loved ones healthy, safe, and comfortable during this time of unprecedented challenges and persistent uncertainty. Although I regularly attend several academic conferences each year, I’ve always particularly looked forward to the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. A time to share vital, new research that simultaneously has the feel of an intimate family reunion, the APSA meeting has always held a special place in my heart.

While the nature of scholarly communication may be changing in the face of this global pandemic, our commitment to publishing influential books remains as strong as ever, so it is with great enthusiasm that I present our new titles in political science and political theory. I hope many of you will appreciate the depth and breadth of our offerings, and find several titles that interest you. I have been acquiring books in political theory and political science since 1995, and since becoming director of the University of Notre Dame Press in 2015, I have set out to establish UNDP as one of the nation’s premier publishers of political science topics. We have attracted scholars and intellectuals from around the world to bring their research to bear on the most important and enduring questions that we face in this age, and in the years to come.

In my 25 years of experience, I’ve witnessed the numerous profound changes that have buffeted scholarly publishing. From the ways editors evaluate potential projects to the supply chains that serve our readers, I joke that publishing has evolved more in the past five years than in the previous five centuries. But some things never change. Certain principles are immutable. UNDP remains committed to identifying, peer reviewing, and disseminating the highest quality scholarship to the broadest possible audience. We view it as our mission to preserve for posterity influential books that advance our understanding of the world. Finally, we believe that our publications should expand the influence and impact of our host institution.

I invite you contact us with your book ideas. Feel free to reach out to our editor Rachel Kindler at rkindler@nd.edu.

Peruse our 2020 Political Science and Theory catalog HERE.

To receive your 40% discount, enter 14APSA20 at checkout and you’ll see the prices update.

In addition to the discount, you’ll receive free shipping in the domestic U.S.* This offer is only available through September 25, 2020, so be sure to take advantage of it while it lasts!

*Free shipping valid on US media mail rate. Expediated and international shipping available for an additional fee

Our Authors in Action

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Paleolithic Paths into the Present

Sat, September 12, 8:00 to 9:30am MDT

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A panel discussion of the major themes in Barry Cooper’s Paleolithic Politics.

Person and Polity

Thursday, September 10, 12:00-1:30 MDT

Description

David J. Walsh, author of The Priority of the Person, co-presents on various approaches to the political community grounded in an understanding of the person, especially in contrast to those that begin from nature or rights.

 



Is Progressivism Hostile to American Constitutionalism?

Sat, September 12, 10:00 to 11:30am MDT

Description
Bradley C. S. Watson, author of Progressivism, co-presents on whether or not Progressivism is hostile to American constitutionalism.

INTERVIEW:

Identity and Immigration in Argentina

Friday, September 11, 12:00-12:45 pm

Description

Julia Albarracín, author of Making Immigrants in Modern Argentina,  and Jeane DeLaney, author of Identity and Nationalism in Modern Argentina, discuss what citizenship and identity means to the Argentine people.

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This virtual exhibit is part of the Enriching Scholarly Communication and Connections through Notre Dame Press project and has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.

Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this post do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional information about the National Endowment for the Humanities and its grant programs is available at www.neh.gov.

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