In The Washington Post is a review of Korea: Where the American Century Began by Michael Pemboke.
In The New Yorker is a review of Julian Jackson's A Certain Idea of France: The Life of Charles de Gaulle.
At Dissent is an interview with anthropologist David Graeber on his Bullshit Jobs: A Theory
At The Nation, Kim Phillips-Fein reviews Mike Wallace's Greater Gotham: A History of New York City from 1898 to 1919. At the Baffler, Phillips-Fein reviews both Khiara M. Bridges' The Poverty of Privacy Rights and Peter Edelman's Not a Crime to Be Poor.
Finally, there is a wide-ranging array of interviews at the New Books Network. Gary Fields discusses his Enclosure: Palestinian Landscapes in a Historical Mirror. Heather Schoenfeld speaks about her Building the Prison State: Race and the Politics of Mass Incarceration. Judith Weisenfeld talks about her New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Migration. Olga Velikanova is interviewed about her Mass Political Culture Under Stalinism: Popular Discussion of the Soviet Constitution of 1936. Timothy J. Lombardo speaks about his Blue-Collar Conservatism Frank Rizzo's Philadelphia and Populist Politics. Christina Gish Hill discusses her Webs of Kinship: Family in Northern Cheyenne Nationhood. Kristen Epps is interviewed about her Slavery on the Periphery: The Kansas-Missouri Border in the Antebellum and Civil War Eras.