Spring 2016 catalog cover

In addition to the new hardcover and ebook releases, the Penn Press spring 2016 list includes many first-time paperbacks, among them books by Paula Deitz, James J. Gigantino, Gregory L. Heller, Zachary Lesser, Patricia Cox Miller, Simon P. Newman, Jean R. Soderlund, and Timothy R. White.

Critical Authors & Issues

JosuŽ Harari, Series Editor

Bauerlein, Literary Criticism: An Autopsy (pb 1997, eb 2013)

Brown, Institutions of the English Novel: From Defoe to Scott (pb 1998, eb 2015)

Delage/Schoolcraft, Caught on Camera: Film in the Courtroom from the Nuremberg Trials to the Trials of the Khmer Rouge (hc 2013)

Goulet, Optiques: The Science of the Eye and the Birth of Modern French Fiction (hc 2006, eb 2013)

Goulet, Legacies of the Rue Morgue: Science, Space, and Crime Fiction in France (hc Dec 2015, eb 2015)

Huet, Mourning Glory: The Will of the French Revolution (pb 1997, eb 2015)

Kavanagh, Esthetics of the Moment: Literature and Art in the French Enlightenment (hc 1996)

Kavanagh, Dice, Cards, Wheels: A Different History of French Culture (hc 2005, eb 2013)

McLaughlin, Paperwork: Fiction and Mass Mediacy in the Paper Age (hc 2005, eb 2011)

Messaoudi/Schemla, Unbowed: An Algerian Woman Confronts Islamic Fundamentalism (pb 1998)

Riddel/Bauerlein, The Turning Word: American Literary Modernism and Continental Theory (pb 1996)

Rousso/Petit, The Haunting Past: History, Memory, and Justice in Contemporary France (hc 2002)

Roustang/Vila, How to Make a Paranoid Laugh: Or, What Is Psychoanalysis? (hc 1999, pb 1999)

Schoolcraft, Romain Gary: The Man Who Sold His Shadow (hc 2002, eb 2012)