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

Author: Theresa Tulsiak and Kathryn Pitts

"Bad Mothers, Bad Daughters" by Maya Sonenberg

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 on August 1, 2022, of Maya Sonenberg’s brilliant short story collection Bad Mothers, Bad Daughters

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

Author: Theresa Tulsiak and Kathryn Pitts

What Solzhenitsyn Understood Gary Saul Morson 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

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Justus Doenecke’s “More Precious Than Peace” Uncovers the American Experience in WWI

Author: Theresa Tulsiak and Kathryn Pitts

More Precious Than Peace by Justus D. Doenecke

In April 1917, the entry of America into World War I marks one of the major turning points in the nation's history. In the span of just nineteen months, the United States sent nearly two million troops overseas, established a robust propaganda apparatus, and created an unparalleled war machine that played a major role in securing Allied victory in the fall of 1918. At the helm of the nation, Woodrow Wilson and his administration battled against political dissidence, domestic and international controversies, and their own lack of experience leading a massive war effort.…

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