The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Henry George welcomes Anthony Esolen’s take on nostalgia. The longing to go home is also the longing to not find oneself alone.
Dan Hammond suggests that a rather gloomy book on economics and morality is still worth your time.
John Byron Kuhner says farewell to the late professor of history at Princeton.
Joseph S. Laughon reviews a book on the history and unaddressed obligations of the American Empire.
Daniel James Sundahl reviews Cass Sunstein’s claim that you (but not people like Sunstein) need a nudge to choose freedom.
Adam Schwartz welcomes a new edition of poetry from David Jones that reveals his innovative critique of imperialist technocracy.
Ben Sixsmith reviews Tom Holland’s new reminder to secularists of the Christian roots of their own values and assumptions.
Titus Techera looks at the real horror of the third season of the Netflix series Stranger Things—the mall.
Rebekah Curtis invites a fresh rediscovery of the stories of Edith Nesbit.