Archive for May 2016

Koloze writes on feminist misinterpretation of American novels

Jeff Koloze’s article, “Challenging Feminist Literary Criticism’s Misreading of Specific American Novels From the First Half of the Twentieth Century,” was published in Humanities and Social Science Review 5:2 . This paper responds to specific questions raised in the author’s previous research on five American novels from the first half of the twentieth century which concern sexuality, […]

Harvard Law Students for Life

Students at Harvard University Law School have organized into Law Students for Life. Their first event was a talk by Robert George on the humanity and personhood of the embryo. The discussion was respectful, displaying a diversity of opinions. This, the willingness to engage a difficult and controversial subject or at least to engage an uncomfortable […]

“The Ideological Diversity of the Pro-Life Movement”

Here is a link to a book review by Michael New. New is reviewing a recent book by Daniel Williams entitled “Defenders of the Unborn: The Pro-Life Movement Before Roe v. Wade.” A link to the book is below.   http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2016/04/16736/ http://www.amazon.com/Defenders-Unborn-Pro-Life-Movement-before/dp/0199391645/