The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Grant Havers reviews a book critiquing conservative readings of the Greek tradition.
James Davenport welcomes James K. A. Smith’s new book on Augustine’s refugee spirituality.
Gerard T. Mundy reviews a book from the center-left that buttresses conservative concerns with communities, social order, and the American economy.
Joshua Hren reviews an Odyssean satirical novel.
Jacob A. Bruggeman reviews a new edition of an 1897 history of Ohio from “the dean of American literature.”
James E. Person Jr. reflects on the centennial of Sherwood Anderson’s evocative novel, Winesburg, Ohio.
Karl Schmude reviews an Austrialian journalist’s book on Christianity in public life and its lessons for Christians in becoming a self-confident minority.
Stephen B. Presser welcomes a book with guidance on rolling back the Administrative State.
Carl Lawrence Paulus looks at lessons for today from a new history of abolition as an organized movement of political protest.