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The first English trans. of Solzhenitsyn's memoir of the West is a great holiday read!
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UNDPress 45m
Sending Warm Wishes and Holiday Cheer
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Roundtable Discussion of JEAN BETHKE ELSHTAIN edited by Erickson and Le Chevallier on Nov 19th, 2018, 9:00 am in Denver, Colorado during the annual AAR/SBL conference.
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UNDPress Nov 19
In case you missed it. UNDP's Spring 2019 catalog is available online.
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UNDPress Nov 19
Center for Ethics and Culture's Fall Conference, Keynote Event: "Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: Art and Truth in a Fearsome Century." Daniel Mahoney, Assistant Professor of Politics at Assumption College interviews Ignat Solzhenitsyn
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UNDPress Nov 16
It's University Press Week (Nov. 12–17)! "Celebrate the work that university presses are doing to seek out niche subjects, overlooked authors, and under-appreciated fields of inquiry... to help shine a light on new or different ideas."
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UNDPress Nov 15
Last night, John Mort captivated those who attended his reading from DOWN ALONG THE PINEY at the Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore.
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UNDPress Nov 15
Williams College President Emeritus Francis Oakley, author of the new book From the Cast-Iron Shore, presents a free book talk and signing on Dec 2 2018. 
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UNDPress Nov 14
TWILIGHT OF THE AMERICAN CENTURY by Andrew Bacevich is now available. This great new book explores the international role and responses of the U.S. after 9/11. Bacevich's voice and views are distinctive, provocative, and refreshing.
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UNDPress Nov 13
UNDP's Spring 2019 catalog is available online
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UNDPress Nov 13
Stephen Wrinn, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, and Matthew Rojansky, Director of the Kennan Institute at the Wilson Center, launching the first English translation of BETWEEN TWO MILLSTONES, Book 1 at the Library of Congress.
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UNDPress Nov 12
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with The Identitarians: The Movement against Globalism and Islam in Europe from ! See more about this University of Notre Dame Press project:
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UNDPress Nov 8
Daniel Mahoney interviewed Ignat Solzhenitsyn on 11/1, at the University of Notre Dame, launching first English trans. of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's BETWEEN TWO MILLSTONES, Book 1.
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UNDPress Nov 8
See what's new at the American Catholic Philosophical Association Conference
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UNDPress Nov 8
Óscar Romero’s Theological Vision by Edgardo Colón-Emeric is "one of the first full-length investigations into Romero’s theology, Colón-Emeric explores how the mystery of transfiguration was the focus of the saint’s life and theological work."
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UNDPress Nov 7
A special discount on new titles from Notre Dame Press -Emeric
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UNDPress Nov 7
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Nobel Prizing Winner spent 18 of his 20 years in exile in Cavendish, VT. With the publication of Between Two Millstones, now there is more than a glimpse of what those first two years in Vermont were like for him.
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UNDPress Nov 6
John Mort, winner of the Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, book reading from Down Along the Piney, a "gritty, gorgeous collection... exquisite and lush in the desert of America’s failed attempts at intimacy." November 14, Hammes Bookstore
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UNDPress Nov 5
Forthcoming book by UND Press in annual Conway Lecture Series. This year, Professor Niklaus Largier explored how Christian mystics engaged with rhetorical methods, theological concepts, and prayer practices through their writings.
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