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The following three of our books are finalists in the Foreword Reviews INDIES book awards!

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Congratulations Dr. Gregory Kneidel, recipient of the John Donne Society Award for Distinguished Publication in Donne Studies for his book,  John Donne and Early Modern Legal Culture: The End of Equity in the Satyres. Dr. Kneidel was presented the award at the John Donne Society 32nd Annual Conference. “Kneidel . . . has with this book filled a significant gap in Donne scholarship. In an original reading of these five largely neglected poems, Kneidel reveals how much a student of the law Donne was . . . [and] argues that the Satyres are themselves a form of early modern law...

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 Reading the Torah: Beyond the Fundamentalist and Scientific Approaches, has been selected for the French Voices Award presented by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the PEN American Center. The book, by Catherine Chalier and translated by Michael B. Smith, will be published in April 2017. The French Voices awards are supported by the FACE Foundation, the Florence Gould Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy to support the highest quality translations from French into English of "books representing the very best of contemporary French writing in every field." The 11 books..

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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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