Sunday, September 30, 2018

Sunday Book Review Roundup

In The Times Literary Supplement is a review of What is the History of the Book? by James Raven.

Sara Egge's Woman Suffrage and Citizenship in the Midwest, 1870-1920 is reviewed at H-Net.  Also reviewed at H-Net is Dirty Hands and Vicious Deeds: The US Government's Complicity in Crimes against Humanity and Genocide, edited by Samuel Totten.

At NPR is a review of Between Hope and Fear: A History of Vaccines and Human Immunity by Michael Kinch.  Also at NPR is a interview with Merve Emre (you can also read Emre's interview with the Boston Review).

In The New Republic, Michael Kazin reviews Jill Lepore's These Truths: A History of the United States.

Objects of War: The Material Culture of Conflict and Displacement, edited by Leora Auslander and Tara Zahra, is reviewed at the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Kathleen Belew speaks about her Bring the War Home The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America with the New Books Network.  Also on the site, Sarah E. Holcomb discusses her Remote Freedoms: Politics, Personhood and Human Rights in Aboriginal Central Australia

Finally, Joanne B. Freeman's The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War is reviewed in The New York Times.