British historian Christopher Dawson possessed one of the 20th century's sharpest minds and was the first Catholic Studies professor at Harvard University. He made unique contributions to the field of historiography while presciently analyzing the dangers of the post-World War I political movements. Please join the editors of The University Bookman as we discuss Dawson's legacy with Joseph T. Stuart, whose new book Christopher Dawson: A Cultural Mind in the Age of the Great War examines how Dawson established the necessary connection between religion and culture and identified the threat posed by political religions to Christian civilization. Dr. Stuart first began researching and writing this book during his time as a Wilbur Fellow at the Kirk Center. He is Associate Professor of History at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota.