Edited by Lise Funderburg
Starred review in Publishers Weekly:
“The old adage, ‘The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,’ encouraged Funderburg, a University of Pennsylvania lecturer, to explore its truth in this sparkling anthology of essays on the contributors’ parents. . . . These essays, in addition to being resonant in their own right, will also move readers to recollect stories of their own parents.”
Review in World Literature Today:
“With distilled clarity and surprising ease, Shiferraw turns her considerable poetic gifts to the forbidden topics of gendered violence and the trauma of war.”
Edward McLean Test
Review in Restoration:
“Test creates a lively story about the connection between botanical history and literary legacy that ensures this monograph will be of interest to historians of science and literary scholars alike.”
Review in Providence Magazine:
“More Than a Doctrine is an excellent study of the effects and impact of presidential rhetoric. It uses Eisenhower’s presidency to demonstrate the value of truthfulness in international affairs, and the necessity of not being swept away by an orator.”
Jeffrey D. Simon
Author interview on Fox News.
Author interview on American Microreviews & Interviews.
Author interview on Cold War Conversations Podcast.