Recent graduate Sam Gee (B.A. in History and Religious Studies, 2017) has published a review essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books. The essay covers a recent biography of the prominent twentieth-century Austrian philosopher Martin Buber, as well as the republication of one of Buber’s well-known works. Gee is currently a doctoral student in the University of Chicago’s Committee on Social Thought. To read the essay, see Los Angeles Review of Books.