The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Scott Beauchamp reviews a new book on art and reality from sportswriter turned philosopher Graham Harman.
Titus Techera looks at Blade Runner and its warnings about the proclivities of technological elites.
Pedro L. Gonzalez reflects on a key aspect of the thinking of Xenophon in light of a new edition of his shorter writings.
Richard Cocks offers an appreciation for the life and thought of Sir Roger Scruton (1944–2020).
Gene Callahan reviews a book dedicated to addressing the failures of urban renewal.
Matthew Stewart reviews a well-done satire of the woke university.
Elizabeth Bittner welcomes an honest book on what we can become by engaging with the classics.
Daniel James Sundahl reviews an essay collection on First Amendment jurisprudence.
Michial Farmer welcomes the new memoir from biographer Deirdre Bair.