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The Inheritance of Haunting

by Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes University of Notre Dame Press (March 30, 2019)

Winner of the 2018 Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize, The Inheritance of Haunting, by Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, is a collection of poems contending with historical memory and its losses and gains carried within...


Unstoppable Irish

by Dan Milner University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2019)

The Unstoppable Irish follows the changing fortunes of New York's Irish Catholics, commencing with the evacuation of British military forces in late 1783 and concluding one hundred years later with the completion...


Boccaccian Renaissance

by Martin Eisner & David Lummus University of Notre Dame Press (June 25, 2019)

A Boccaccian Renaissance brings together essays written by internationally recognized scholars in diverse national traditions to respond to the largely unaddressed question of Boccaccio’s impact on early modern...


From Revolution to Power in Brazil

by Kenneth P. Serbin University of Notre Dame Press (June 25, 2019)

From Revolution to Power in Brazil: How Radical Leftists Embraced Capitalism and Struggled with Leadership examines terrorism from a new angle. Kenneth Serbin portrays a generation of Brazilian resistance fighters...


Chaucer and Religious Controversies in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras

by Nancy Bradley Warren University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2019)

Chaucer and Religious Controversies in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras adopts a comparative, boundary-crossing approach to consider one of the most canonical of literary figures, Geoffrey Chaucer. The idea...


Curing Mad Truths

by Rémi Brague University of Notre Dame Press (June 25, 2019)

In his first book composed in English, Rémi Brague maintains that there is a fundamental problem with modernity: we no longer consider the created world and humanity as intrinsically valuable. Curing Mad Truths...


Miracle of Amsterdam

by Charles Caspers & Peter Jan Margry University of Notre Dame Press (May 31, 2019)

The Miracle of Amsterdam presents a “cultural biography” of a Dutch devotional manifestation. According to tradition, on the night of March 15, 1345, a Eucharistic host thrown into a burning fireplace was...


Varieties of Monastic Experience in Byzantium, 800-1453

by Alice-Mary Talbot University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2019)

In this unprecedented introduction to Byzantine monasticism, based on the Conway Lectures she delivered at the University of Notre Dame in 2014, Alice-Mary Talbot surveys the various forms of monastic life in...


Rivalrous Masculinities

by Ann Marie Rasmussen University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2019)

Bringing together the work of both leading and emerging scholars in the field of medieval gender studies, the essays in Rivalrous Masculinities advance our understanding of medieval masculinity as a pluralized...


Soldiers of the Cross, the Authoritative Text

by David Power Conyngham, David J. Endres & William B. Kurtz University of Notre Dame Press (May 30, 2019)

Shortly after the Civil War ended, David Power Conyngham, an Irish Catholic journalist and war veteran, began compiling the stories of Catholic chaplains and nuns who served during the war. His manuscript, Soldiers...


The Other Pascals

by John J. Conley, S.J. University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2019)

There have been many studies analyzing the philosophy of Blaise Pascal, but this book is the first full-length study of the philosophies of his sisters, Jacqueline Pascal and Gilberte Pascal Périer, and his...


The Framers' Intentions

by Robert E. Ross University of Notre Dame Press (May 31, 2019)

Robert Ross addresses a fascinating and unresolved constitutional question: why did political parties emerge so quickly after the framers designed the Constitution to prevent them? The text of the Constitution...


Theater of the Word

by Julie Paulson University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2019)

In Theater of the Word:Selfhood in the English Morality Play, Julie Paulson sheds new light on medieval constructions of the self as they emerge from within a deeply sacramental culture. The book examines the...


Ireland's Revolutionary Diplomat

by Barry Whelan University of Notre Dame Press (February 28, 2019)

Leopold Kerney was one of the most influential diplomats of twentieth-century Irish history. This book presents the first comprehensive biography of Kerney's career in its entirety from his recruitment to the...


God and the Teaching of Theology

by Steven Edward Harris University of Notre Dame Press (May 31, 2019)

Theologians today are facing a crisis of identity. Are they members of the academy or the church? Is it still possible to be members of both? In God and the Teaching of Theology, Steven Harris argues a way through...


Nannie Helen Burroughs

by Nannie Helen Burroughs & Kelisha B. Graves University of Notre Dame Press (May 31, 2019)

Nannie Helen Burroughs (1879–1961) is just one of the many African American intellectuals whose work has been long excluded from the literary canon. In her time, Burroughs was a celebrated African American...


America and the Just War Tradition

by Mark David Hall & J. Daryl Charles University of Notre Dame Press (March 30, 2019)

America and the Just War Tradition examines and evaluates each of America’s major wars from a just war perspective. Using moral analysis that is anchored in the just war tradition, the contributors provide...


Statehood and Union

by Peter S. Onuf University of Notre Dame Press (February 28, 2019)

This new edition of Statehood and Union: A History of the Northwest Ordinance, originally published in 1987, is an authoritative account of the origins and early history of American policy for territorial government,...


Portrait of Beatrice

by Fabio Camilletti University of Notre Dame Press (March 30, 2019)

The Portrait of Beatrice examines both Dante's and D. G. Rossetti's intellectual experiences in the light of a common concern about visuality. Both render, in different times and contexts, something that resists...


Divine Scripture in Human Understanding

by Joseph K. Gordon University of Notre Dame Press (March 15, 2019)

Divine Scripture in Human Understanding addresses the confusing plurality of contemporary approaches to Christian Scripture—both within and outside the academy—by articulating a traditionally grounded, constructive...


Culture of Enlightening

by Jeffrey D. Burson University of Notre Dame Press (May 31, 2019)

Recent scholarly and popular attempts to define the Enlightenment, account for its diversity, and evaluate its historical significance suffer from a surprising lack of consensus at a time when the social and...


Colin Powell

by Jeffrey J. Matthews University of Notre Dame Press (March 15, 2019)

For the past three decades, Colin Powell has been among America’s most trusted and admired leaders. This biography demonstrates that Powell’s decades-long development as an exemplary subordinate is crucial...


Long Road from Quito

by Tony Hiss University of Notre Dame Press (March 30, 2019)

Long Road from Quito presents a fascinating portrait of David Gaus, an unlikely hero with deep ties to the University of Notre Dame and an even more compelling postgraduate life. Gaus is co-founder, with his...


Performance and Religion in Early Modern England

by Matthew J. Smith University of Notre Dame Press (December 15, 2018)

In Performance and Religion in Early Modern England, Matthew J. Smith seeks to expand our view of “the theatrical.” By revealing the creative and phenomenal ways that performances reshaped religious material...


Boccaccio’s Corpus

by James C. Kriesel University of Notre Dame Press (December 15, 2018)

In Boccaccio’s Corpus, James C. Kriesel explores how medieval ideas about the body and gender inspired Boccaccio’s vernacular and Latin writings. Scholars have observed that Boccaccio distinguished himself...


Paisanos

by Tim Fanning University of Notre Dame Press (September 30, 2018)

In the early nineteenth century, thousands of volunteers left Ireland behind to join the fight for South American independence. Lured by the promise of adventure, fortune, and the opportunity to take a stand...


Guatemala's Catholic Revolution

by Bonar L. Hernández Sandoval University of Notre Dame Press (November 30, 2018)

Guatemala’s Catholic Revolution is an account of the resurgence of Guatemalan Catholicism during the twentieth century. By the late 1960s, an increasing number of Mayan peasants had emerged as religious and...


Intention, Character, and Double Effect

by Lawrence Masek University of Notre Dame Press (October 30, 2018)

The principle of double effect has a long history, from scholastic disputations about self-defense and scandal to current debates about terrorism, torture, euthanasia, and abortion. Despite being widely debated,...


Maurice Blondel

by Robert C. Koerpel University of Notre Dame Press (November 30, 2018)

During the past few decades there has been renewed interest in the twentieth-century French Catholic philosopher Maurice Blondel (1861–1949) and his influence on modern and contemporary theology, but little...


God’s Patients

by John Bugbee University of Notre Dame Press (December 15, 2018)

God’s Patients approaches some of Chaucer’s most challenging poems with two philosophical questions in mind: How does action relate to passion, to being-acted-on? And what does it mean to submit one’s...


Rituals for the Dead

by William J. Courtenay University of Notre Dame Press (December 15, 2018)

In his fascinating new book, based on the Conway Lectures he delivered at Notre Dame in 2016, William Courtenay examines aspects of the religious life of one medieval institution, the University of Paris, in...


Migrant Integration in a Changing Europe

by Roxana Barbulescu University of Notre Dame Press (December 15, 2018)

In this rich study, Roxana Barbulescu examines the transformation of state-led immigrant integration in two relatively new immigration countries in Western Europe: Italy and Spain. The book is comparative in...


The Catholic Writings of Orestes Brownson

by Michael P. Federici University of Notre Dame Press (November 30, 2018)

This collection of thirteen original essays by Orestes Augustus Brownson (1803–1876), a major political and philosophical figure in the American Catholic intellectual tradition, presents his developed political...


René Girard and the Nonviolent God

by Scott Cowdell University of Notre Dame Press (November 30, 2018)

In his latest book on the ground-breaking work of René Girard (1923–2015), Scott Cowdell sets out a new perspective on mimetic theory and theology: he develops the proposed connection between Girardian thought...


Queen of Heaven

by Lilla Grindlay University of Notre Dame Press (September 30, 2018)

The belief that the Virgin Mary was bodily assumed to be crowned as heaven’s Queen has been celebrated in the liturgy and literature of England since the fifth century. The upheaval of the Reformation brought...


The Kingdom of Man

by Rémi Brague & Paul Seaton University of Notre Dame Press (October 30, 2018)

Was humanity created, or do humans create themselves? In this eagerly awaited English translation of Le Règne de l’homme, the last volume of Rémi Brague's trilogy on the philosophical development of anthropology...


The Infinity of God

by Benedikt Paul Göcke & Christian Tapp University of Notre Dame Press (November 30, 2018)

Two questions regarding contemporary theological and philosophical studies are often overlooked: “Is God infinite or finite?” and, “What does it mean to say that God is infinite?” In The Infinity of...


Catholics' Lost Cause

by Adam L. Tate University of Notre Dame Press (September 30, 2018)

In the fascinating Catholics’ Lost Cause, Adam Tate argues that the primary goal of clerical leaders in antebellum South Carolina was to build a rapprochement between Catholicism and southern culture that...


The Limits of Liberalism

by Mark T. Mitchell University of Notre Dame Press (November 30, 2018)

In The Limits of Liberalism, Mark T. Mitchell argues that a rejection of tradition is both philosophically incoherent and politically harmful. This false conception of tradition helps to facilitate both liberal...


From the Cast-Iron Shore

by Francis Oakley University of Notre Dame Press (November 15, 2018)

From the Cast-Iron Shore is part personal memoir and part participant-observer’s educational history. As president emeritus at Williams College in Massachusetts, Francis Oakley details its progression from...


Óscar Romero’s Theological Vision

by Edgardo Colón-Emeric University of Notre Dame Press (October 30, 2018)

On March 24, 1980, Archbishop Óscar Romero was assassinated as he celebrated mass in El Salvador. As the Catholic Church prepares to declare Romero a saint, Colón-Emeric explores the life and thought of Romero...


Twilight of the American Century

by Andrew J. Bacevich University of Notre Dame Press (November 15, 2018)

Andrew Bacevich is a leading American public intellectual, writing in the fields of culture and politics with particular attention to war and America’s role in the world. Twilight of the American Century is...


Down Along the Piney

by John Mort University of Notre Dame Press (September 30, 2018)

Down Along the Piney is John Mort’s fourth short-story collection and winner of the Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction. With settings in Florida, California, Mexico, Chicago, the Texas Panhandle, and,...


Soldiers of a Different Cloth

by John F. Wukovits University of Notre Dame Press (August 15, 2018)

In Soldiers of a Different Cloth, New York Times best-selling author and military historian John Wukovits tells the inspiring story of thirty-five chaplains and missionaries who, while garnering little acclaim,...


The Identitarians

by José Pedro Zúquete University of Notre Dame Press (October 30, 2018)

The Identitarians are a quickly growing ethnocultural transnational movement that, in diverse forms, originated in France and Italy and has spread into southern, central, and northern Europe. This timely and...


Political Philosophy and the Republican Future

by Gregory Bruce Smith University of Notre Dame Press (July 25, 2018)

Are we moving inevitably into an irreversible era of postnationalism and globalism? In Political Philosophy and the Republican Future, Gregory Bruce Smith asks, if participation in self-government is not central...


After Insurgency

by Ralph Sprenkels University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2018)

El Salvador’s 2009 presidential elections marked a historical feat: Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN) became the first former Latin American guerrilla movement to win the ballot after...


Before the Dawn

by Gerry Adams University of Notre Dame Press (February 28, 2018)

In this fascinating memoir of his early life, Gerry Adams, the president of Sinn Féin, the political wing of the Irish Republican Army, describes the development of the modern "Troubles'' in Northern Ireland...


Creating Conversos

by Roger Louis Martínez-Dávila University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2018)

In Creating Conversos, Roger Louis Martínez-Dávila skillfully unravels the complex story of Jews who converted to Catholicism in Spain between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, migrated to colonial Mexico...


Can Different Cultures Think the Same Thoughts?

by Kenneth Dorter University of Notre Dame Press (April 30, 2018)

Kenneth Dorter’s Can Different Cultures Think the Same Thoughts? is a study of fundamental issues in metaphysics and ethics across major philosophical traditions of the world, including the way in which metaphysics...