19 August 2018
09 June 2018
04 May 2018
On May 4th The Weekly Standard published a review of The Pope Who Would Be King. From the review: "Kertzer deftly sets the Roman scene and extracts a captivating narrative from the standard 1848 labyrinth of conspiracy, illusion, heroism, and ineptitiude. This is a book not only for Italophiles but for anyone interested in the way Europe backed into modernity." For the entire review, click here.
25 April 2018
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15 April 2018
On Sunday, April 15th, The Atlantic published "The Doctored 'Memoir' of a Jewish Boy Kidnapped by the Vatican." The article, in which Kertzer questions the accuracy of the text and translations of Edgardo Mortara's autobiography, can be found here.
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