Fall 2015 catalog cover

In addition to the new hardcover and ebook releases, the Penn Press fall 2015 list includes many first-time paperbacks, among them: Topographical Stories; The Birth of Orientalism; The Mixed Multitude; The Death of a Prophet; Afghanistan Declassified; 1812; Shame and Honor; and Sunbelt Capitalism.

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)

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

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)