J. C. Whitehouse

J. C. Whitehouse, visiting reader in comparative literature at the University of Bradford, has written several works on modern Catholic literature. He has also translated numerous works in the social sciences and philosophy field, including three of Georges Bernanos's novels and Emile Durkheim's Pragmatism and Sociology.


Volume 55

Guests on Volume 55: John Kelsay, on Islam, the West, and the threat of secularism; Robert George, on Oliver Wendell Holmes and the rise of legal realism; Michael McConnell, on Christian responses to the dominant theories of law in the 20th century; Mark Noll, on The Old Religion in a New World: The History of North American Christianity; J. C. Whitehouse, on Georges Bernanos and the mystery of the human person; and Paul Woodruff, on recovering the virtue of reverence.