Notre Dame Press Presents Its Spring 2021 Catalog

Author: Kathryn Pitts

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The University of Notre Dame Press is proud to present its Spring 2021 Catalog of publications. Each season, Notre Dame Press plays a vital role in elevating authors, subjects, and whole disciplines that bring new perspectives, ideas, and voices to readers around the globe. Browse our newest offerings in African American studies, civil rights history, Middle East studies, fiction, theology, religion, philosophy, political science, political theory, medieval studies, and more.

Some highlights include:

• William C. Kashatus’s monumental biography of William Still presents the first full-length scholarly investigation of one of the most important leaders of the Underground Railroad.

• Howard Ball’s Taking the Fight South provides a timely and telling reminder of the vigilance democracy requires if racial justice is to be fully realized.

Stories from Palestine, by Marda Dunsky, profiles Palestinians engaged in creative and productive pursuits in their everyday lives in the West Bank, Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip.

• R. M. Kinder’s A Common Person and Other Stories is winner of the Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Creative Writing Program in the Department of English.

• A brilliant theological essay by Paul J. Griffiths takes the reader through all the stages of regret.

Global 1968, edited by A. James McAdams and Anthony P. Monta, is a unique study of the similarities and differences in the 1968 cultural revolutions in Europe and Latin America.

• The William and Katherine Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature series is bringing out two new studies by Brenda Deen Schildgen and Helena Phillips-Robins.

• There are two new paperbacks in the Catholic Ideas for a Secular World series by Rémi Brague and Pierre Manent.

We hope you enjoy browsing through the catalog. You can pre-order these titles and read more about other books from Notre Dame Press on our website. This catalog is also available in a pdf format or on Edelweiss+. For more information, or to request review copies of forthcoming titles, contact: Kathryn Pitts,, 574.631.3267.