How to Survive Death and Other Inceonveniences
Sue William Silverman
Praise from Lilith:
“It’s both ironic and not that the title of the book mentions death, since if there was ever a guide for how to live, this is it.”
The Biblical Hero: Portraits in Nobility and Fallibility
Review in Jewish Book Council:
“In The Biblical Hero: Portraits in Nobility and Fallibility Elliot Rabin offers an engaging analysis of the unique manner in which our tradition has thought about the champions of our history.”
Soldiers of the Nation: Military Service and Modern Puerto Rico, 1868–1952
Praise from Reviews from American History:
“Like Harry Franqui-Rivera, I cannot understand Puerto Rico without the signifier of war. His book, which is the result of rigorous archival research in Puerto Rico, Spain, and the United States, presents a new interpretation of the close relation between war and transformation in our island.”
Horrible Mothers: Representaitons Across Francophone North America
Review in French Studies:
“Overall, this timely volume invigorates scholarly attention to the role of the mother in culture and advocates for a reading of motherhood and maternity imbued with empowering potential for all women whose value is measured according to social expectations of mothers.”
Author interview in Chicago Now.
Mentioned in a Forward article.
Interview on New Books Network.
Featured by the Tahoe Daily Tribune.