Tribune-Review Features Coloring the Biblia Pauperum

by Lori Crosby on January 05, 2017

"While coloring books can range from the profound to the profane, there's nothing quite like Coloring the Biblia Pauperum: Medieval Woodcuts to Illuminate and Inspire (Duquesne University Press)." - Tribune-Review Read More  

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New releases, forthcoming, and select backlist titles, plus a full list of books in print in the Medieval and Renaissance Literary Studies series is available in the 2017 MRLS catalog.

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2016-17 New Books Catalog Available

by Lori Crosby on October 24, 2016

Take a look at our new, forthcoming, and select backlist titles here.

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June 1, 2016—Lebanon, New Hampshire—University Press of New England (UPNE) is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Duquesne University Press effective July 1, 2016.    Founded in 1927 and based in Pittsburgh, Duquesne’s publishing program includes award-winning titles in medieval and Renaissance literary studies, continental philosophy, humanistic psychology, ethics, and religious studies; its early entry into fields such as existentialism and phenomenology long ago cemented its reputation for books that shape and influence serious thought.   Duquesne University Press is also the publisher of the annual volumes Milton Studies and Levinas Studies: An Annual Review.   “We very much..

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Reginald A. Wilburn wins Creative Scholarship Award

by Lori Crosby on April 11, 2016

Congratulations Reggie Wilburn, recipient of the College Language Association Award for Creative Scholarship for his book,  Preaching the Gospel of Black Revolt: Appropriating Milton in the Early African American Literature. Reggie was presented the award at the CLA Conference banquet on April 8, 2016. "In Preaching the Gospel of Black Revolt, Reginald A. Wilburn illuminates early African American writers’ bold and ingenious interpretations of one of western literature’s epic poets, John Milton. In doing so, Wilburn, like the authors he has so lucidly researched, renders 'darkness visible' for a new generation of literary scholars."— Henry Louis Gates Jr., Alphonse Fletcher..

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