Book mentioned in the New York Times:
“Gallegos provides crucial background for the country’s present situation, and also offers a solution for fixing the country’s economy and helping it re-enter the global energy industry.”
Translated by Sarah Gendron and Jennifer Vanderheyden
Review from Publishers Weekly:
“…there is an appealing quality to the narrator’s quest to seek out truth and beauty even as he reckons with historical horror.”
Violence in Capitalism
James A. Tyner
Praise from Social and Cultural Geography:
“A strength of the book is how thoroughly Tyner’s arguments are constructed and presented; he leaves very few stones unturned along the way.”
The French Army and Its African Soliders
Review in Journal of Social History:
“My sense is that this critical dialogue will continue for years to come and from a variety of global perspectives.”
Modern Orthodox Judaism
Edited by Zev Eleff
Review from American Jewish History:
“…a superb volume.”
Mention on BookRiot.
Jerri Bell and Tracy Crow
Event at Politics & Prose broadcast on C-SPAN’s Book-TV.
Author interviewed for Pamplin Media Group.
Gregory D. Smithers
Author article on Charlottesville in New Matilda.
Book events listed in Lincoln Journal Star.