This page presents a selection of recent books. For more publications, please visit the personal pages of our staff.
10 May 2016
This volume studies the process of group formation through the production and appropriation of songs in various European regions.
9 May 2016
With this new book, Onno Kosters, Tim Conley and Peter de Voogd present a selection of papers from the Utrecht James Joyce Symposium.
15 April 2016
This volume focuses on the histories of chronicles composed in England, with a focus on texts belonging to the Prose 'Brut' tradition.
4 March 2016
Kári Driscoll (lecturer in Comparative Literature) translated Helle's novel 'Der beruhigende Klang von explodierendem Kerosin'.
9 February 2016
In 'Spiegelungen. Paradigmatisches Erzählen in Wolframs 'Parzival'', Julia Richter studies the narrative structure of Wolfram von Eschenbach's 'Parzival'.
8 February 2016
Michiel de Lange wrote an essay for the Ministry of the Interior about how citizens can identify with the 'smart city'.
4 February 2016
Sandra Ponzanesi edited a special issue of Interventions, an international journal of postcolonial studies.
28 January 2016
With this new book, Paul Franssen presents an analysis of Shakespeare's many appearances as a character in popular culture.
7 January 2016
This new book, edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Gianmaria Colpani, deals with issues surrounding Europe's colonial past, and postcolonial present.
10 December 2015
This book focuses on the background of the commissioner, the codicological aspects and the unfinished illumination programme of the manuscript from 1475.
8 December 2015
This book, edited by Gandolfo Cascio, offers a first critical overview of the poetic works of the Italian author Elsa Morante.
17 November 2015
In their new book, Marijke Meijer Drees and Sonja de Leeuw explore one of today's most controversial socio-cultural topics: satire.
2 November 2015
English translation of Geert Buelens' award-winning book about European poets during the First World War.
1 October 2015
The presentation and depiction of emotions in the Arthurian legend is the subject of this volume, edited by Frank Brandsma among others.
13 September 2015
Shakespeare's 'Englishness' as seen from a broader international and multilingual perspective.
7 September 2015
How might we reinvent the humanities? This is the central question in Conflicting Humanities by Rosi Braidotti and Paul Gilroy.
7 July 2015
Utrecht University is one of the partners in the Creative Territories network, the publisher of this guide.
27 May 2015
This book discusses the relations between two contested fields, performance and phenomenology, with international case studies.
7 May 2015
Reindert Dhondt wrote the first systematic study on the Mexican author Carlos Fuentes (1928-2012) as a follower of the baroque.
23 April 2015
A book on the entanglements of art, activism and ethics in the work of philosopher Gilles Deleuze.