The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Carl Lawrence Paulus looks at lessons for today from a new history of abolition as an organized movement of political protest.
Kyle Sammin reviews a book that makes a case for a common thread between Burke and Lincoln.
Trevor C. Merrill reviews the new play from Will Arbery.
John Tuttle discusses the first of C. S. Lewis’s science fiction novels in its publishing context.
Gerald J. Russello reviews a book on the cultivation of consumer desire and its discontents.
Matthew Loftus looks at a new biography of the sustainable radical, Jean Vanier.
J. L. Wall welcomes a book on theological work done through the poetry of Eliot, Jones, and Auden.
Henry George welcomes Anthony Esolen’s take on nostalgia. The longing to go home is also the longing to not find oneself alone.
Dan Hammond suggests that a rather gloomy book on economics and morality is still worth your time.