The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations 2021 Annual Meeting
Welcome to our virtual exhibit! We are extremely excited to bring our International Relations and Foreign Policy lists directly to your screen! Enjoy browsing our books, and check out our selected blog posts and catalog to learn more. From an examination of American statesmanship to the memoirs of a former director of the Mossad, we have the book for you.
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From the desk of the Editor in Chief:
U.S. diplomatic history is relatively new territory for the University of Notre Dame Press, and yet our presence in the field makes absolute sense. For nearly two centuries, the University of Notre Dame has been a foremost representative of Catholic influence and evolution in the United States. Yet, the political power of Catholicism in general has been underexplored and unappreciated. Notre Dame Press has begun to change that trajectory, with two books in just the last two years from American diplomats and ambassadors to the Vatican discussing the inner workings of this crucial relationship.
Our focus on diplomatic and foreign relations now expands beyond this, with a new series edited by Philip Muehlenbeck at George Washington University titled The Human Cold War, which aims to explore the tensions and cultural trends at work between the United States and the world. The very first books in that series are now underway.
Separately, it is no exaggeration to say that three editors at Notre Dame Press work in the broader field of foreign relations. The Press Director, Stephen Wrinn, acquires in political theory and broader political history. Editor Rachel Kindler focuses primarily on contemporary global foreign relations with overlap in modern US political science. And Editor in Chief Eli Bortz is devoted especially to historical diplomatic and political history, from the colonial period through the Civil War era.
We hope you enjoy our current offerings. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any proposals or submissions.
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