Includes bibliographical references (p. -255) and index.
|LC Classifications||E169.12 .W52 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 260 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||95004043|
This book is a great introduction and reference for the subject, and it includes a decent variety of famous works by the "New York Intellectuals" ranging from the 's to the contemporary period. It has good author's notes and introduction, and also covers several different perspectives from leftist writers to more conservative writers who 5/5(2). William E. Sauro/The New York Times Regarding religion, Bacevich has assembled excellent samples of conservative reflection about, and resistance to, the disenchantment of . The Book That Scandalized the New York Intellectuals With “Making It,” Norman Podhoretz attempted to craft a sociology of his set—and ended up ostracized from it. By Louis Menan dAuthor: Louis Menand. The patina of scholarly civility that Bloom somehow manages to maintain is altogether absent from Alan Wald’s The New York Intellectuals: The Rise and Decline of the Anti-Stalinist Left From the ’s to the ’s. 3 Indeed, what one concludes from this book is that the battle Sidney Hook waged in the ’s against the entry of.
From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish History is the first comprehensive biography of Dawidowicz (–), a pioneer historian in the field that is now called Holocaust studies. Dawidowicz was a household name in the postwar years, not only because of her scholarship but also due to her political views. The New York intellectuals were the ﬁrst group of Jewish writers to come out of the immigrant milieu who did not deﬁne themselves through a relationship, nostalgic or hostile, to memories of Jewishness. They were the ﬁrst generation of Jewish writers for whom the recall of an immigrant childhood does not seem to have been completely. From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish History (Wayne State University Press, ) is the first comprehensive biography of Dawidowicz (), a pioneer historian in the field that is now called “Holocaust Studies.” Dawidowicz was a household name in the postwar years, not only because of her scholarship but also due to her. THE INEVITABILITY OF TRAGEDY Henry Kissinger and His World By Barry Gewen. When the nefarious Cardinal Richelieu died in , Pope Urban VIII is said to have declared: “If there is a .
News: Arguing the World, the book, will contain a much-expanded oral history of Irving Howe, Irving Kristol, Nathan Glazer and Daniel Bell and the New York Intellectuals along with an introductory. As Rojas puts it, a bit awkwardly but by all means memorably: “The socialist conga dance that these intellectuals of the New York Left joined in ended like the congas of the Havana carnival Author: Carlos Lozada. Saeed Jones’s Striking Memoir About Race, Sex, and Self-Invention. To be black, gay, and American, the book suggests, is to fight for one’s life. By Katy Waldman. Octo Can One. Drezner’s impulse is to be inclusive: if you’ve written a serious book that has attracted a modicum of general attention, you seem to qualify as a public intellectual. I would be more restrictive, and I’d go back to the original New York Intellectuals for guidance.