The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Matthew Stokes reviews Daniel J. Flynn’s revealing history of the ideological and other connections between Jim Jones and Harvey Milk.
Chidike Okeem reviews a collection on the black intellectual tradition.
Richard Cocks reviews a new edition of Colin Wilson’s Age of Defeat and explores the ongoing production line of nihilistic fiction.
Chris R. Morgan reviews Michael Brendan Dougherty’s contribution to the genre of the “pop jeremiad.”
Eve Tushnet reviews two “institutional novels” as she reintroduces us to the poignant work of Antonia White.
Christopher Fisher reviews a collection of essays on the necessary connection between Shakespeare and statesmanship.
Bruce P. Frohnen welcomes Wilfred M. McClay’s major new book of American history.
William F. Meehan III reviews a thoroughly researched and accessible new collection of the personal writings of Ronald Reagan.
James Atkins Pritchard digs deeper into the reasons we should rebuild the Cathedral of Notre Dame.