The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
John Ehrett reviews Mark Mitchell’s argument explaning our present political climate.
Titus Techera looks at implications of the shift in home theater from Game of Thrones to The Mandalorian.
Karl Schaffenburg welcomes Micah Mattix’s new collection of poetry criticism.
Nicholas Meverel invites readers to discover the timely thought of Charles Péguy.
Joseph Barnas reviews a new historical biography of a twentieth century Polish hero.
Bill Meehan looks at the role of a place and a sport in the life of William F. Buckley Jr.
Emina Melonic reviews Fukuyama’s take on identity and identity politics.
Andrew R. Kloster reviews an illuminating—or perhaps revealing—history of American anti-monopoly politics.
Matt Miller looks at a new book from Australia on the promise of regenerative agriculture for responding to ecological pressures.