Category: Announcements

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 2021 Media Report is Available

2021 was a remarkable year for the University of Notre Dame Press. Book sales increased 20% over the previous year with nearly 60,000 print books sold in the U.S. and more than 6,000 books sold internationally. E-book sales also experienced a strong uptick, including the sale of digital backlist titles, many of which were originally […]

Notre Dame Press Celebrates National Library Week

During National Library Week, the University of Notre Dame Press wants to elevate its valued partnership with Notre Dame’s Theodore Hesburgh Library. The Hesburgh Library has helped Notre Dame Press continue its mission to engage readers in the most pressing and intriguing questions of our time. Projects such as CurateND and the Notre Dame Press […]

James R. Langford, Retired Director of Notre Dame Press, Passes Away

James R. Langford, director of Notre Dame Press for 25 years and a longtime community leader in service to inner-city children, died March 3 in South Bend. He was 84. Raised in South Bend, Langford overcame a stroke at birth to become a state tennis champion at St. Joseph High School, followed by enrollment in […]

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 […]

Notre Dame Press Editors Attending AHA

Notre Dame Press is pleased to have two editors attending the American Historical Association 2022 Annual Meeting in New Orleans from January 6-9. Director Stephen Wrinn and Acquisitions Fellow Dr. Christopher Rios-Sueverkruebbe will be taking meetings and are excited to discuss Notre Dame Press’s history lists. Wrinn will also participate in a panel sponsored by […]

Support Notre Dame Press this Holiday Season

The University of Notre Dame Press believes in the power of books to change the world by advancing knowledge and impacting lives. This holiday season, we encourage you to support Notre Dame Press in this mission. When you support Notre Dame Press, you help connect the research, insights, and expertise of university faculty and independent scholars […]

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 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 […]

Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale Coming in November

The University of Notre Dame Press is pleased to announce our annual Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale will take place on November 9–10, 2021, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm EST, in the Hesburgh Library Concourse. For decades, graduate and undergraduate students have flocked to our Book Festival and Book Sale. The Book Festival will feature […]