Here are the Blogs in the NER
Thursday, 19 March 2020
The thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall presents us with a valuable opportunity. We can not only make a desperately-needed contribution to historical memory, but also develop and support an anti-totalitarian culture, broad-ranging and forward-looking. We take this opportunity to propose ...Read More...
Posted on 03/19/2020 12:22 PM by NER
Sunday, 12 January 2020
On the death of Roger Scruton we are posting this article by Douglas Murray in the Spectator:
Sir Roger Scruton has died. Diagnosed with cancer last summer, he passed away peacefully on Sunday surrounded by his family.
There will be a lot of things written and said in the coming days. But ...Read More...
Posted on 01/12/2020 2:43 PM by NER
Sunday, 29 December 2019
Is Geert Wilders really "far right"? Or just not far wrong? This is from Deutsche Welle, reporting on the result of the contest; most other newspapers are a few hours earlier reporting on the intention to hold the contest.
Geert Wilders revived a controversial Prophet Mohammad cartoon competition. ...Read More...
Posted on 12/29/2019 3:24 AM by NER
Friday, 5 July 2019
James Stevens Curl, NER Contributor and author of Making Dystopia, The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism, is sharing the following:
Posted on 07/05/2019 8:13 PM by James Stevens Curl
Sunday, 24 February 2019
James Stevens Curl (photo by Lara Platman)
Congratulations to James Stevens Curl, a frequent contributor to New English Review, and author of Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism. He has won The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art's 2019 Arthur ...Read More...
Posted on 02/24/2019 11:37 AM by New English Review
Tuesday, 19 February 2019
CNU (Congress for the New Urbanism) published a new review of Making Dystopia, contributor James Stevens Curl's new book.
The Emperor's New Buildings
A book review of Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism by James Stevens Curl.
MICHAEL ...Read More...
Posted on 02/19/2019 7:32 PM by New English Review
Friday, 15 February 2019
Esteemed architectural historian James Stevens Curl, a contributor at NER, has written a fascinating book on architecture, Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism. The site Architecture Here and There discusses a the book and a recent review here. Make sure not ...Read More...
Posted on 02/15/2019 10:32 PM by New English Review
Thursday, 17 January 2019
Joel D. Hirst has reviewed Theodore Dalrymple's and Ken Francis's book, The Terror of Existence: From Ecclesiastes to Theatre of the Absurd from on his own site, here. Reposted here in its entirety.
Those of us who write know that ...Read More...
Posted on 01/17/2019 10:11 AM by Joel Hirst
Saturday, 5 January 2019
Posted on 01/05/2019 10:01 AM by NER
Saturday, 29 December 2018
Narrated by the incomparable Jack Wynters. Listen to an excerpt here.
Posted on 12/29/2018 5:21 AM by NER
Sunday, 2 December 2018
Ida Lichter writes in MEF:
Chesler's feminist awakening followed marriage to an Afghan student in the 1960s. Living in his home country, she found charming individuals, but the patriarchal society embraced purdah, arranged marriage, polygamy, forced pregnancies, and veiling. These and other sexist ...Read More...
Posted on 12/02/2018 4:35 PM by NER
Thursday, 29 November 2018
Excellent narration by Shawn Milo. Makes a great Christmas gift. Available here.
Posted on 11/29/2018 5:18 AM by NER
Wednesday, 28 November 2018
NER Press has a wide variety to choose from. Give the gift of knowledge by buying a book published by NER Press-- from some of the most interesting authors writing today.
Posted on 11/28/2018 6:40 AM by NER
Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Posted on 11/27/2018 7:20 AM by NER
Monday, 19 November 2018
New English Review Press is pleased to announce the publication of our twenty eighth book, The Terror of Existence: From Ecclesiastes to Theatre of the Absurd by Theodore Dalrymple and Kenneth Francis.
The cultural death of God has created a conundrum for intellectuals. How could a life stripped ...Read More...
Posted on 11/19/2018 8:52 AM by NER