Category: Non-fiction

25 November, 2015

Joel Krupa

Climbing Mt. Thesis: A how-to guide

Joel Krupa shares Umberto Eco's invaluable advice to young academics


5 November, 2015

Callum Seddon

Nein zum Englischen Modell



26 October, 2015

Ryan Azad

Sisters in Law

Ryan Azad reflects on the struggle for women's rights in the Supreme Court


2 March, 2015

Edward Hicks

The Other Home Front

Edward Hicks explores life in Britain during the Napoleonic Wars


Kanta Dihal

Must Everything Really Die?

Kanta Dihal enjoys an anthology of bad ideas


19 January, 2015

Hugh Burling

A Knack for Profundity?

Hugh Burling has little faith in a study of belief that is beset by ambiguity


Emily Anderson

The Meaning Of War

Emily Anderson considers an ambitious but problematic account of the literary representation of war


8 July, 2014

Rosie Lavan

Dangerous To Put Into Words



30 June, 2014

Daveen Koh

On Going for a Walk

Daveen Koh finds Frederic Gros' book to be limited in scope but nevertheless a commendable achievement and a delightful read.


16 June, 2014

John Ritzema

A Light to Lighten the Gentiles

Timothy Michael Law calls for a return to the study of the Septuagint as the great document of the rise of Christianity.