University of Notre Dame Press

Collection Details Full Record

Description

Established in 1949, the University of Notre Dame Press is the largest Catholic university press in the world, and a scholarly publisher of distinguished books in a number of academic disciplines. The Press publishes approximately fifty books annually and maintains a robust backlist in print. Located on the University of Notre Dame campus, the Press is a publishing partner with numerous university departments, programs, centers, and institutes. Through these collaborations, the Press extends the reach and reputation of the University while fulfilling its mission to advance intellectual exploration and knowledge. The Press’s publications are overseen by an editorial board comprised of scholars from a variety of university departments. New titles are approved by the board after a rigorous process of peer review.

The Notre Dame Press Collection is a collaboration with the University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries to make UNDP backlist titles available through CurateND, the Libraries’ institutional repository. The Notre Dame Press Collection will allow members of the broader Notre Dame community to have free access to all the books available in the collection. The collection will continue to expand as more backlist titles are digitized and through the publication of new books. This collection demonstrates the mutual commitment of UNDP and the Hesburgh Libraries to disseminate innovative, influential, and enduring scholarship to the broadest possible audience.

Source
Purchase through the University of Notre Dame Press
Search CurateND

Search criteria:

Collection: University of Notre Dame Press remove ×
Clear all

List of files deposited in CurateND that match your search criteria

  • Author(s):
    H. J. Mozans (John Augustine Zahm, C.S.C.), John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., Santiago Schnell
    Abstract:

    First published in 1913, John A. Zahm’s book—written using the pseudonym (and anagram) H.J. Mozans—is an account of women’s achievements in science from ancient Greece to the early twentieth century. It highlights the cultural arguments of the time about a woman’s “place” in science, and refutes those arguments by sharing examples of exceptional female scientists and describing the science of intellect. Though Zahm frequently frames women’s successes through the lens of early twentieth centur…

    Date Published:
    2022-10-15
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Roger Louis Martínez-Dávila
    Abstract:

    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 and Bolivia during the conquest of the Americas, and assumed prominent church and government positions. Rather than acting as alienated and marginalized subjects, the conversos were able to craft new identities and strategies not just for survival but for prospering in the most adverse…

    Date Published:
    2018--04-30
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Tracy Beck Fenwick
    Abstract:

    With the goal of showing the effect of domestic factors on the performance of poverty alleviation strategies in Latin America, Tracy Beck Fenwick explores the origins and rise of conditional cash transfer programs (CCTs) in the region, and then traces the politics and evolution of specific programs in Brazil and Argentina. Utilizing extensive field research and empirical analysis, Fenwick analyzes how federalism affects the ability of a national government to deliver CCTs.One of Fenwick’s key…

    Date Published:
    2015-12-20
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Farrell O'Gorman
    Abstract:

    In Catholicism and American Borders in the Gothic Literary Imagination, Farrell O'Gorman presents the first study of the recurrent role of Catholicism in a Gothic tradition that is essential to the literature of the United States. In this tradition, Catholicism is depicted as threatening to break down borders separating American citizens—or some representative American—from a larger world beyond. While earlier studies of Catholicism in the American literary imagination have tended to high…

    Date Published:
    2017-11-15
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Jay Zysk
    Abstract:

    Shadow and Substance is the first book to present a sustained examination of the relationship between Eucharistic controversy and English drama across the Reformation divide. In this compelling interdisciplinary study, Jay Zysk contends that the Eucharist is not just a devotional object or doctrinal crux, it also shapes a way of thinking about physical embodiment and textual interpretation in theological and dramatic contexts.Regardless of one’s specific religious identity, to speak of the Eu…

    Date Published:
    2017-09-30
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Matteo Binasco
    Editor(s):
    Kathleen Sprows Cummings
    Abstract:

    Roman Sources for the History of American Catholicism, 1763–1939 is a comprehensive reference volume, researched and compiled by Matteo Binasco, that introduces readers to the rich content of Roman archives and their vast potential for U.S. Catholic history in particular. In 2014, the University of Notre Dame’s Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism hosted a seminar in Rome that examined transatlantic approaches to U.S. Catholic history and encouraged the use of the Vatican Secre…

    Date Published:
    2018-05-15
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Kenneth M. Sayre
    Abstract:

    Adventures in Philosophy at Notre Dame recounts the fascinating history of the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Philosophy, chronicling the challenges, difficulties, and tensions that accompanied its transition from an obscure outpost of scholasticism in the 1940s into one of the more distinguished philosophy departments in the world today. Its author, Kenneth Sayre, who has been a faculty member for over five decades, focuses on the people of the department, describing what they …

    Date Published:
    2014-04-30
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Editor(s):
    Nicholas Denysenko
    Abstract:

    Icons and the Liturgy, East and West: History, Theology, and Culture is a collection of nine essays developed from papers presented at the 2013 Huffington Ecumenical Institute’s symposium “Icons and Images,” the first of a three-part series on the history and future of liturgical arts in Catholic and Orthodox churches. Catholic and Orthodox scholars and practitioners gathered at Loyola Marymount University to present papers discussing the history, theology, ecclesiology, and hermeneutics of i…

    Date Published:
    2017-11-15
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Richard S. Park
    Abstract:

    In Constructing Civility, Richard Park bridges Christian and Islamic political theologies on the basis of an Aristotelian ethics. He argues that modern secularism entails ideological commitments that can work against the promotion of public civility in pluralistic societies. A corrective outlook on public life and the public sphere is necessary, an outlook that aligns with and recovers the notion of the human good. Park develops a framework for a universally applicable public civility in mult…

    Date Published:
    2017-10-30
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Anna M. Nogar
    Abstract:

    Quill and Cross in the Borderlands examines nearly four hundred years of history, folklore, literature, and art concerning the seventeenth-century Spanish nun and writer Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda, identified as the legendary “Lady in Blue” who miraculously appeared to tribes in colonial-era New Mexico and taught them the rudiments of the Catholic faith. Sor María, an author of mystical Marian works, became renowned not only for her alleged spiritual travel from her cloister in Spain to the…

    Date Published:
    2018-06-25
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • 11

    Book

    Editor(s):
    Orlando Ricardo Menes
    Abstract:

    The Open Light: Poets from Notre Dame, 1991–2008 celebrates the distinction and diversity of poets associated with the university during these nearly two decades. This anthology is a companion volume to James Walton’s earlier collection, The Space Between: Poets from Notre Dame, 1950–1990. The twenty-four poets represented in The Open Light range from National Endowment for the Arts Award–winner Beth Ann Fennelly, who received her undergraduate degree from Notre Dame, to the Nobel Prize n…

    Date Published:
    2022-08-01
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Theodore Ziolkowski
    Abstract:

    In Uses and Abuses of Moses, Theodore Ziolkowski surveys the major literary treatments of the biblical figure of Moses since the Enlightenment. Beginning with the influential treatments by Schiller and Goethe, for whom Moses was, respectively, a member of a mystery cult and a violent murderer, Ziolkowski examines an impressive array of dramas, poems, operas, novels, and films to show the many ways in which the charismatic figure of Moses has been exploited—the “uses and abuses” of the title—t…

    Date Published:
    2016-03-15
    Record Visibility:
    Public
    Resource Type
    Book