Faculty Writing: On the History of Women and Alcohol; Violence and the “Crisis of Liberalism”; and Reporting on Religion in America

In the London Review of Books, Sophie Lewis reviews Mallory O’Meara’s Girly Drinks: A World History of Women and Alcohol. In the LA Review of Books, Suzanne Schneider, interviewed by Brad Evans, discusses the “crisis of liberalism” and its relationship to violence. And in The Revealer, Kali Handelman interviews New York Times religion reporter—”a too-rare thing these days”—Sam Kestenbaum.

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