The Hedgehog Review

The Hedgehog Review

Parenting in America

The Hedgehog ReviewVol. 15, No. 3 (Fall 2013)

From the Editors


Holding Them Closer

Carl Desportes Bowman

The Family That Shoulds Together

Wilfred McClay

Raising the Awesome Child

Diane M. Hoffman

Picturing Childhood: What Images Tell Us About the Modern History of Parenting

Gary Cross

The Cultural Contours of Parenthood:
A Bibliographic Review

Stephanie Muravchik


Sprawl Is Not All

Not Quite the Heart of the Matter

The Art of Living Together


Terror and Art: A Meditation

Geoffrey Hartman

Return of Spain's Sephardim

Steven Philip Kramer

The Nagel Flap: Mind and Cosmos

John H. Zammito

Robert Bellah in Memoriam

Richard Madsen


Jeremy Waldron's The Harm in Hate Speech

Reviewed by Peter Berkowitz

Kathryn Lofton's Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon

Reviewed by Philip Lorish

Jeffrey Frank’s Ike and Dick: Portrait of a Strange Political Marriage

Reviewed by David T. Courtwright

Brian Leiter's Why Tolerate Religion?

Reviewed by Kathleen A. Brady

Anthony Elliott’s Reinvention

Reviewed by John P. Hewitt



Seamus Heaney

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