Kellogg Institute Book Series on Democracy and Development
The Kellogg book series with the University of Notre Dame Press focuses on the Institute’s core expertise in democracy and human development. Launched in 1985 with an emphasis on Latin America, the interdisciplinary series now encompasses Africa, Asia, and other developing regions of the world. It includes nearly 75 titles.
We aim to publish high quality scholarship focused primarily on democracy and development. We are also open to publishing on other themes in international studies, such as religion or human rights.
We welcome inquiries from authors interested in publishing in the book series. If you have a manuscript you would like to submit, contact Kellogg Director Paolo Carozza, who serves as co-editor of the series with former Visiting Fellow Aníbal Pérez Liñán.
To order, click on books below or visit the University of Notre Dame Press website.
Activating Democracy in Brazil
Authoritarian El Salvador
The Success of the Left in Latin America
Metropolitan Governance in the Federalist Americas
The Formation of Souls
Problems Confronting Contemporary Democracies
The Right to the City
The Maryknoll Catholic Mission in Peru, 1943–1989
Political Careers, Corruption, and Impunity
Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America
Dictatorship and Politics
Governance in the Americas
Needs of the Heart
Eagles, Donkeys, and Butterflies
The Impact of Norms in International Society
Guardians of the Nation?
Llamas, Weavings, and Organic Chocolate
The Child in Latin America
(Un)Rule of Law and the Underprivileged in Latin America
Small Christian Communities: Imagining Future Church
Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law in New Democracies
Electoral Laws and the Survival of Presidential Democracies
Issues in Democratic Consolidation
The Dynamics of Inflation
The Progressive Church in Latin America
Profits, Progress, and Poverty
Contemporary European Politics and Society
The Contemporary European Politics and Society series focuses the lens of comparative social science research on Europe, showcasing outstanding research related to the continent. The series combines scholarship from the past (through reprints of seminal texts) and leading-edge research from young scholars.
We welcome inquiries from authors interested in publishing in the book series. If you have a manuscript you would like to submit, contact former Faculty Fellow Anthony M. Messina, who serves as series editor.