The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Trevor C. Merrill reviews Joseph Bottom’s history and assessment of the novel as a literary genre.
Pedro Blas González looks at the ways scientism can miss and misdirect our existential engagement with reality.
Eric Adler welcomes Claes Ryn’s demonstration of how we can find a common ground through our differences in politics and international relations.
Jason Morgan reviews an important new history focusing on the religious elements of the Pacific War.
Michael Toscano offers an appreciation for the life and work of Christopher Tolkien.
We interview Bria Sandford, editor for the Sentinel and Portfolio imprints, on the state of conservative publishing and related topics.
Casey Chalk welcomes a book on rhetoric and reasoning that could lead to more charity in our public discourse, not to mention more logical arguments.
Alberto M. Fernandez reviews a corrective history of the Spanish Empire.
William Anthony Hay reviews a promising new history of the American Revolution with a fresh British perspective.