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UNDPress 13h
“It is, considering the literary estates that granted permissions, an impressively authorized book, and it participates in a long line of criticism that claims O’Connor as a primarily Catholic writer.” —Flannery O’Connor Review
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UNDPress 20h
Have you checked out our new website sale?
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UNDPress Sep 23
We had a great time at the Front Porch Republic Conference, Check out the books!
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UNDPress Sep 21
Did you see our new website? We are thrilled with its new features.
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UNDPress Sep 21
The New Criterion released an excerpt from the first English translation of BETWEEN TWO MILLSTONES by Noble Prize Winner, Solzhenitsyn! Book coming in October!
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UNDPress Sep 20
BOOK SIGNING on Sept. 29, at 9:30am, in the Hammes Bookstore of SOLDIERS OF A DIFFERENT CLOTH by NYTimes Best Seller, John Wukovits, describing the "extraordinary feats of courage and persistence during World War II" of ND chaplains.
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UNDPress Sep 19
Learn more about the man who played such a pivotal role in Notre Dame history with FIFTY YEARS WITH FATHER HESBURGH by Robert Schmuhl. BOOK SIGNING on September 28, at 3:30pm in the Hammes Bookstore.
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UNDPress Sep 19
See what's new at the Front Porch Republic Conference
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UNDPress Sep 18
Feminae names VISIONS OF SAINTHOOD IN MEDIEVAL ROME translated by Larry Field as TRANSLATION OF THE MONTH!
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UNDPress Sep 17
Celebrate our new website with a huge discount!
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UNDPress Sep 17
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Solzhenitsyn's birth by reading BETWEEN TWO MILLSTONES coming in October! Acclaimed first English translation gets mentioned in recent article.
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UNDPress Sep 14
"[ICONS AND THE LITURGY, EAST AND WEST] is beautifully produced with vivid illustrations. It is a pleasure to read, and raises intriguing and important questions that will leave the reader thinking and reflecting." —Church Times
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UNDPress Sep 13
New article by author Caoimhín De Barra, “Our Celtic Identity Might Not be What We Think It Is,” based on the first chapter of his book: THE COMING OF THE CELTS, AD 1860: CELTIC NATIONALISM IN IRELAND AND WALES.
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UNDPress Sep 12
“Well-researched and rich in biographical detail, FLANNERY O'CONNOR AND GIROUX: A PUBLISHING PARTNERSHIP is...certain to be enjoyed by fans of O’Connor and students of Southern literature alike.” — The Literary South
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UNDPress Sep 11
Enjoy an excerpt from Commentary Magazine of Solzhenitsyn's upcoming memoir, BETWEEN TWO MILLSTONES!
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UNDPress Sep 10
"A ‘must’ read for anyone who admires Father Hesburgh.” - Midwest Book Review. FIFTY YEARS WITH FATHER HESBURGH by Robert Schmuhl is a warmhearted portrait of the 20th century's most influential priest in America.
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UNDPress Sep 7
Check out WNDU's article describing yesterday's highly anticipated book launch of THIS PLACE CALLED NOTRE DAME by Cashore and Temple!
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UNDPress Sep 7
“His is a prophetic voice, often almost alone in the wilderness of contemporary political affairs. Bacevich combines an historian's sensibility with the polemicist’s edge.” - Walter McDougall. Pre-order Bacevich’s book today!
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UNDPress Sep 7
A special offer on recent releases from Notre Dame Press
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UNDPress Sep 6
BOOK LAUNCH today, September 6th, for THIS PLACE CALLED NOTRE DAME by Cashore and Temple! Open to the public, Hammes Bookstore at 4:00.
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