The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
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Daniel N. Gullotta reviews a new study on honor during the time of the American Revolution.
Anthony M. Barr reviews philosopher Martha Nussbaum’s foray into the angry seas of American politics.
Stephen Schmalhofer reviews the first collection of Russell Kirk’s ghostly tales, The Princess of All Lands.
Gracy Olmstead welcomes Leah Libresco’s practical and inviting new book on living the Benedict Option.
Ryan Shinkel highlights hopeful signs in the summer’s hit horror film, A Quiet Place.
Jacob Bruggeman makes the case for cinema as America’s religion.
Adam Schwartz welcomes Alan Jacobs’s new book on the great World War II Christian humanists.
Casey Chalk reviews a new collection of the political writings of Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI
Father Schall explores an essay of Robert Louis Stevenson on courage and death, and the need to love living, rather than mere life.