Books

Arts & Culture Books
Charles C. Camosy February 23, 2017
Perhaps the most powerful pro-choice argument rests on the claim that restrictions on abortion do not actually stop abortion from happening—they only make said abortions safer. Biemans devastates the foundations of this argument.
Arts & Culture Books
Wyatt Massey February 22, 2017
Daphne Merkin presents a realistic but uncomfortable look into her struggle with depression.
Arts & Culture Books
Thomas P. Rausch February 16, 2017
The Islamic Jesus draws on the presentation of Christ in the Quran to find new common ground for the People of the Book. 
Arts & Culture Books
Jon M. Sweeney February 16, 2017
Very few professors become best-selling authors, but it happens.
Arts & Culture Books
Mark J. Davis February 15, 2017
Leading those who believed it was America’s destiny to acquire an empire were Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts and Theodore Roosevelt, a newly minted war hero.
Arts & Culture Books
Anna Brown February 10, 2017
In How Change Happens, Duncan Green lays out the intellectual groundwork necessary for social change.