James Bowman Publications

Casualties of War

The Weekly Standard | Published on February 3, 2014

By James Bowman

A new book on World War I offers a fascinating view of the war informed by the experiences of those on the ground and in the trenches.

Who’s The Hippest of Them All?

The American Spectator | Published on November 1, 2013

By James Bowman

A new book by Tevi Troy chronicles the ever-evolving relationship between American presidents and popular culture.

Movie Review: Gravity

JamesBowman.net | Published on October 25, 2013

By James Bowman

EPPC Resident Scholar James Bowman reviews Gravity, a visually delightful film that is “well-worth seeing.”

True Moral Dilemmas Must Connect to Reality

The New York Times | Published on September 29, 2013

By James Bowman

Breaking Bad presented an intriguing diversion, but the tragic tale’s impact was limited by its obvious disconnection from reality.

Bases Loaded: The Smooth Moves, and Rough Edges, of Baseball’s Infancy

National Review Online | Published on July 29, 2013

By James Bowman

The last quarter of the 19th century is a largely overlooked period in baseball history, and Edward Achorn’s The Summer of Beer and Whiskey entertainingly helps to fill in the gap.