The University Bookman

 
 

Volume 44, Number 3 (Summer 2006)

Contents

Editor’s Note: Permanent Things Here and Abroad

Editorial 18 March 2007
Permanent Things Here and Abroad
by Gerald J. Russello
Review 20 March 2007
Faith-based Initiatives in Action
a review by James E. Person, Jr.
Street Saints: Renewing America’s Cities by Barbara J. Elliott (Templeton Foundation Press, 2004), 320 pages
Review 20 March 2007
Faith and the Marketplace
a review by Kevin P. Shields
Business and Religion: A Clash of Civilizations? edited by Nicholas Capaldi (M&M Scrivener Press, 2005), 442 pages
Review 20 March 2007
Historical Consciousness and Its Enemies
a review by Mark G. Malvasi
The Landscape of History: How Historians Map the Past, by John Lewis Gaddis (Oxford 2004) The Limits of History, by Constantin Fasolt (Chicago 2003)
Essay 20 March 2007
Old China
by James V. Schall, S.J.
On Essays and Letters
Review 20 March 2007
Books in Little
a review by Gerald J. Russello
Review 20 March 2007
Liberalism and the Family Romance
a review by Thomas F. Bertonneau
John Stuart Mill, by Nicholas Capaldi (Cambridge 2004)
Review 20 March 2007
Reconstructing Rights
a review by Joseph S. Devaney
The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction by Akhil Reed Amar (Yale University Press, 1998, 2005), 430 pages
Review 20 March 2007
Revisiting Viereck
a review by Michael Federici
Conservatism Revisited: The Revolt Against Ideology, by Peter Viereck. With a major new study of Peter Viereck and Conservatism by Claes G. Ryn (Transaction Publishers, 2005, 205 pages)
Essay 20 March 2007
The Rarity of the God-fearing Man
by Russell Kirk
Review 20 March 2007
The Autumn of the Autocrat
a review by Michael J. Ard
After Fidel: The Inside Story of Castro’s Regime and Cuba’s Next Leader, by Brian Latell (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, 288 pages) Fidel: Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant, by Humberto E. Fontova (Regnery, 2005, 256 pages)
Review 20 March 2007
No Samson?
a review by Charles W. Dunn
Thinking about the Presidency: Documents and Essays from the Founding to the Present, edited by Gary L. Gregg (Rowman & Littlefield 2005)
Review 20 March 2007
Marx of the Master Class
a review by Paul Gottfried
Calhoun and Popular Rule: The Political Theory of the Disquisition and Discourse by H. Lee Cheek (University of Missouri Press, 2001), 202 pages
Essay 20 March 2007
Letter from Italy
by Flavio Felice
Debate on Relativism

Only a man who remembers his debt to his ancestors is likely to plant for posterity.

Russell Kirk

Share

Subscribe & Follow

RSS

More from the Bookman!

book cover book cover book cover


Put In This World to Do Battle
Nicholas Kennicott

Philanthropy Is Not Charity
Brad Langhoff

Cracking Jokes at the Crack of Doom
Timothy D. Lusch

The Cycles of Networked History?
Matthew M. Robare

From Hope to Hope: On the Mind of Man
James V. Schall, S. J.

The Questions Behind Populism
Marlo Safi


book cover book cover book cover

Bookman Contributors Elsewhere

Dan McCarthy has a review-essay on Patrick Deneen’s Why Liberalism Failed and William Galston’s Anti-Pluralism, newly published at The National Interest.

Titus Techera and Terry Teachout discuss Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.

Allen Mendenhall in the Los Angeles Review of Books on slavery and the Supreme Court.

Crony capitalism: Our friends at The American Conservative are hosting a conference on this topic on June 21, 2018.

Gerald Russello reviews Roger Scruton’s new Conservatism: An Invitation to the Great Tradition for National Review.

George Nash gave a lecture on World War I and its legacy.

More …

News

We are pleased to announce the release of The University Bookman on Edmund Burke, now available for Kindle. Collecting 21 reviews, essays, and interviews from the Bookman on the life and thought of Edmund Burke, this book is only $2.99, and purchases support our ongoing work to provide an imaginative defense of the Permanent Things. (3 Mar 2015)

Other Sites of Interest

Publisher Sites

 

Copyright © 2007–2018 The Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal