Reviews of Us and Them
From The New Yorker, March 6, 2006
From The Guardian (UK) Feb 4, 2006
``An eloquent effort,'' writes Laurence A. Marschall in the February-March issue of Natural History magazine, who praises the book's ``wealth of information'' from diverse disciplines. Click here for more.
Henry Gee, a senior editor at Nature, describes Us and Them as a ``brave book.'' Click this sentence for his full review in the December Scientific American.
Carlin Romano of the Philadelphia Inquirer calls the book ``an inspired mix of casual philosophy, applied science and acquired wisdom.'' To read his review, click on this sentence.
Vanessa Williams, the actor and singer, calls Us and Them ``a fascinating study of differences in our cultures and how our deep-rooted human nature deals with them.'' Clicking here takes you to the article quoting her. Full text will cost you, though.
Marta Salij of the Detroit Free Press, taking a less political approach, relates the book to the universal problem of deciding where you belong. Full text by clicking here.