The de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture
2020 Virtual Exhibit
Welcome to our virtual exhibit! Until the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture can bring us together again for their conference, we wanted to highlight just a few of the many books they have sponsored. Enjoy works from The Center for Ethics and Culture Solzhenitsyn Series, the Catholic Ideas for a Secular World series, and the Notre Dame Studies in Medical Ethics and Bioethics series, and be sure to check out our catalogs for additional information. We are proud to partner with the dCEC and look forward to the many books to come.
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. Shortly after starting as director of the University of Notre Dame Press in 2015, I attended my first de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture Fall Conference. I was enormously impressed and profoundly moved by the vibrancy, creativity, and passion of both the speakers and the attendees. As a result of what I witnessed at my first conference, I set out to establish a close partnership with the dCEC, which, five years later, has been a most rewarding collaboration. I will definitely miss seeing you at the annual gathering, which feels more like a family reunion than an academic conference, but I know the spirit of the conference and its participants will retain its vitality and exuberance even though we cannot be together physically.
It is my sincere pleasure to present this selection of new and recent titles that demonstrates the fruits of the partnership between the dCEC and UNDP. I hope these books and series will be of interest to all members of the dCEC family, and I also hope you will appreciate the overall depth and breadth of our offerings. Mostly, I hope you will recognize our commitment to publishing on topics that are central to the dCEC’s mission. It is our shared goal to publish 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 publishing 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 changed 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.
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In addition to the discount, you’ll receive free shipping in the domestic U.S.* This offer is only available through January 31, 2021, so be sure to take advantage of it while it lasts!
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An Interview with Clare Kitson and Melanie Moore, translators of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Between Two Millstones, Book 2
Between Two Millstones, Book 2 with Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Daniel Mahoney, and Carter Sneed
Description: Join Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Daniel Mahoney, and Carter Sneed as they discuss the second part of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s memoirs of exile in the West, Between Two Millstones, Book 2
Description: Watch the book launch for Solzhenitsyn and American Culture, sponsored by the Murphy Institute at the University of St. Thomas