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Jacques Schiffrin

by Jeff Fleischer

Jacques Schiffrin was an influential publisher in Paris at the outbreak of World War II, but soon he had to flee the life he’d built and begin again in the United States. The story of his impressive rise, and of his unexpected second... Read More

Book Review

Maverick Priest

by Jeremiah Rood

"Maverick Priest" is a soul-searching memoir that looks back on turbulent recent history through the lens of clerical work. Harry J. Bury’s memoir "Maverick Priest" explores the challenges of a clerical calling at the end of the... Read More

Book Review

Einstein's Wife

by Kristine Morris

Trained alongside Albert Einstein, Mileva Marić, the renowned physicist’s first wife, has been credited with being a brilliant mathematician, surpassing Einstein himself; it’s also been said that she coauthored his 1905 paper on... Read More

Book Review

Faces of Muhammad

by Kristine Morris

Passions flare over the founder of Islam. He is variously considered the supreme prophet, the “embodiment of Islam,” a visionary leader, a reformer come to offer an alternative to the corruption of the Christian church, and a genius... Read More

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Women Who Dared

by Kristine Morris

Women have always done courageous, daring, and creative things, but their contributions have too long remained hidden. Jeremy Scott’s "Women Who Dared" helps remedy this situation with brief biographies of six women who rebelled... Read More

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H. G. Adler

by Kristine Morris

This book is an intimate, detailed, and emotionally charged look at the life and times of Hans Günther Adler (1910–1988), a pioneer in the field of Holocaust studies who devoted himself to keeping alive the memory of those who lost... Read More

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