Author: Notre Dame Press

Distinguished Scholars Publish New Titles in Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies Series

The University of Notre Dame Press is delighted to present two new titles in the Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies series. The series brings senior scholars of international distinction to Notre Dame each fall to speak on topics across a variety of disciplines. Notre Dame Press then publishes the lectures. These new titles are the eleventh and […]

An Excerpt from “Future Peace,” by Robert H. Latiff

Today’s militaries are increasingly reliant on highly networked autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, and advanced weapons that were previously the domain of science fiction writers. In a world where these complex technologies clash with escalating international tensions, what can we do to decrease the chances of war? In Future Peace, the eagerly awaited sequel to Future War, Robert […]

Award-Winning Short Story Collection is a Mother’s Day Gift

Mother’s Day is observed on May 8 this year. To celebrate our mothers, grandmothers, aunties, godmothers, sisters, and dads who perform both roles on this national holiday and indeed on every day, the University of Notre Dame Press is proud to announce the publication of Maya Sonenberg’s brilliant short story collection Bad Mothers, Bad Daughters (August 2022), winner […]

“What Solzhenitsyn Understood” Featured in “The New York Review of Books”

The first English translations of Nobel prize–winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s books, March 1917: The Red Wheel, Node III, Book 3 (2021) and Between Two Millstones, Book 2 (2020), have been widely discussed in the media, most recently in The New York Review of Books. Literary critic Gary Saul Morson, one of the foremost authorities on Russian literature in the United […]

A Celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month

For Mental Health Awareness Month, the University of Notre Dame Press is proud to feature eight works that bring light to mental illnesses and tangential ideas such as interpersonal relationships, generational trauma, and healing. In Disturbing Spirits, Beverly A. Tsacoyianis blends social, cultural, and medical history research methods with approaches in disability and trauma studies […]

Enter our Giveaway for a Chance to Win a Signed Galley of “Agrarian Spirit”!

The University of Notre Dame Press is thrilled to publish Agrarian Spirit: Cultivating Faith, Community, and the Land by Norman Wirzba. In celebration of its publication, we are giving away a limited number of SIGNED galleys! Enter to win by filling out the form at the bottom of this post. This offer expires May 30th and is […]

An Excerpt from “You Are Gods,” by David Bentley Hart

In recent years, the theological—and, more specifically, Roman Catholic—question of the supernatural has made an astonishing return from seeming oblivion. David Bentley Hart’s You Are Gods (April 2022) presents a series of meditations on the vexed theological question of the relation of nature and supernature. In recent years, the theological—and, more specifically, Roman Catholic—question of “the supernatural” […]

Our Fall 2022 Catalog Shows What’s Next from Notre Dame Press

The University of Notre Dame Press is excited to present its catalog of Fall 2022 titles. This collection promises to engage readers with a broad range of subjects, from environmental studies to U.S. politics to African American history. Some highlights and campus partnerships include: In An Inconvenient Apocalypse: Environmental Collapse, Climate Crisis, and the Fate of Humanity, Wes […]

Notre Dame Press Invests in Our Planet with Two New Books

Every year on April 22, governments, institutions, businesses, and people across the globe collectively honor planet Earth and recognize the ever-pressing necessity of transitioning to a more equitable green economy. This year’s National Earth Day theme, Invest in Our Planet, emphasizes the vitality of seizing the moment to change the business and political climate. The three […]