The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
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.
John P. McCarthy remembers the life and legacy of one of the great educators, John L. Connelly.
Titus Techera reviews the final book of Tom Wolfe, an American hero.
Carl Rollyson reviews Adina Hoffman’s biography of filmmaker and agitator Ben Hecht.
Nick Burns welcomes a new edition of Thucydides focused on the question of persuasion.
Tom Johnson writes an appreciation and farewell to Fr. James V. Schall.
Jeffrey Folks reviews the ironically radical third book of Yuval Noah Harari.