A few things on-line that caught my attention this week:
Interview with Terry Eagleton: Religion for radicals.
Andrew Hartman on the fate of intellectual history.
Samuel Johnson was born 300 years ago.
Preview of the National Book Festival.
Are we in the midst of a Burkean revival?
Anthony Grafton on Google Books.
More by Rob Weir on classroom discussions.
Joanne Freeman offers historical perspective on the Joe Wilson affair.
Ira Berlin reviews Lacy K. Ford, Deliver Us From Evil: The Slavery Question in the Old South
Patrick Murray is visiting every American Revolutionary War battlefield in New Jersey.
Podcast: John Wilson and Stan Guthrie talk about Catcher: How the Man Behind the Plate Became an American Folk Hero.
Ron Briley on the ’69 Mets.
Early American pirates and today’s pirates.
Religious & Ethics News Weekly profile of Marilynne Robinson