Yale University Press has just published its catalogue for the Autumn and Winter publishing season. It contains every major book being published by Yale in the latter half of 2011. With new titles by Nigel Warburton, E. H. Gombrich and Eamon Duffy, as well as an impressive range of books on history, art, politics, philosophy, science, religion and architecture, it looks to be a very exciting season indeed.
The new catalogue is packed with information about our forthcoming books, including a new illustrated edition of A Little History of the World by the late E. H. Gombrich; Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan, our stunning new book that accompanies the National Gallery exhibition of the same name; Losing Small Wars, a thoughtful and compelling book about the conflict in Afghanistan; Ten Popes Who Shook the World by Eamon Duffy, our exceptional new portrait of the ten most influential Catholic leaders; A Little History of Philosophy by the contemporary philosopher Nigel Warburton; and 100 Shoes our follow up to 100 Dresses featuring an introduction by Sarah Jessica Parker! There really is something for everyone.