Review of Persisting in Folly: Russian Writers in Search of Wisdom, 1963-2013

    Oliver Ready’s Persisting in Folly: Russian Writers in Search of Wisdom, 1963-2013 has been reviewed by Josh Billings in the Los Angeles Review of Books. Please click here to read the review.     The theme of foolishness has long occupied an unusually prominent place in Russian culture, touching on key questions of … Continue reading

Review of Christian Faith in English Church Schools

    Trevor Cooling’s Christian Faith in English Church Schools has been reviewed on the website of Theos, the UK’s leading think tank on religion and society. Please click here to read the review.   Church schools are booming, becoming increasingly popular with parents across the world. However, research shows that teachers face considerable challenges … Continue reading

Stereotypes, Ideology and Foreign Correspondents reviewed in the Irish Times

  Fergal Lenehan’s new book Stereotypes, Ideology and Foreign Correspondents: German Media Representations of Ireland, 1946-2010 was reviewed in the Irish Times on Saturday 1 October, by their Berlin correspondent Derek Scally. Please click here to read the review. This book examines German media representations of Ireland from 1946 to 2010, from the post-war period … Continue reading

The Vanished Musicians reviewed in Australia’s Limelight magazine

Limelight, Australia’s Classical Music and Arts Magazine, features an article by Clive Paget about The Vanished Musicians: Jewish Refugees in Australia by Albrecht Dümling. Read the article here. The book is being launched at multiple events in Australia in the next few days: SYDNEY TODAY: 23 August — 6 pm Goethe Institute ‘Book Launch: The … Continue reading

New Robert Briscoe biography reviewed in the Jewish Chronicle

Kevin McCarthy’s new book Robert Briscoe: Sinn Féin Revolutionary, Fianna Fáil Nationalist and Revisionist Zionist has been reviewed by Professor Colin Shindler in the Jewish Chronicle. To read the review, please click here.   This biography reveals the full significance of Robert Briscoe’s influence within the contentious political culture of the early Irish state, as … Continue reading

France and Ireland: Notes and Narratives reviewed in the Irish Times

France and Ireland: Notes and Narratives, edited by Una Hunt and Mary Pierse, was reviewed by Professor Harry White in the Irish Times on Friday 22 January. Click here to read the review.   The rich association between Ireland and France is embodied in music, art and creative writing from both countries and this collection … Continue reading

‘A nice addition to the linguistic studies of the Beijing Olympics’: Review of Mei Yang’s Carrying a Torch on Linguist List

Mei Yang’s Carrying a Torch: The Beijing Olympic Torch Relay in the British and Chinese Media, the second volume in Peter Lang Oxford’s New Approaches to Applied Linguistics series, has been reviewed on LINGUIST List. Please see the review here. The Olympic torch relay held before the 2008 Games was the moment when East met … Continue reading

The Poetics of Sight by John Harvey featured in Times Higher Education

The Poetics of Sight by John Harvey is featured in the ‘What are you reading?’ section of the Times Higher Education dated 16 July 2015. Read what Richard Howells of King’s College London had to say here. «Ut pictura poesis», Horace said, but through the two millennia in which «the sister arts» have been compared, … Continue reading

Mick Imlah: Selected Prose reviewed in Ambit

Mick Imlah: Selected Prose, edited by André Naffis-Sahely and Robert Selby, has been reviewed by Chris Larkin in Ambit. To read the review, please click here. As well as a highly respected poet and editor, Mick Imlah (1956–2009) was one of the finest literary critics of his generation. He spent most of his twenty-five-year career … Continue reading

Review of Mick Imlah: Selected Prose

Mick Imlah: Selected Prose, edited by André Naffis-Sahely and Robert Selby, has been reviewed by Theresa Muňoz in the Scottish Review of Books. To read the review, please click here. As well as a highly respected poet and editor, Mick Imlah (1956–2009) was one of the finest literary critics of his generation. He spent most … Continue reading

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