Oliver Letwin’s review appeared in The Spectator, 12 April, under the title
Why don’t we have statues of Michael Oakeshott?.
Jesse Norman’s review appeared in The New Statesman, 17 April, under the title
Michael Oakeshott, conservative thinker who went beyond politics.
Jesse Norman gave the Oakeshott Memorial Lecture at the LSE, in November, 2013.
Norman, currently a British MP, is a long-time Oakeshottian and more recently the author of a book on Edmund Burke.
Norman’s theme was “Burke, Oakeshott and the Intellectual Roots of Modern Conservatism”.
You can download the podcast of Jesse Norman’s lecture from the web site of the London School of Economics.
You can download a PDF of the lecture’s text from Norman’s web site.
If you are affiliated with an institution that has a subscription to Project Muse then you can download Paul Franco and Leslie Marsh’s Companion to Michael Oakeshott (Penn State University Press, © 2012) chapter by chapter in electronic form — specifically, as Adobe Acrobat PDF files.
Another review by Corey Abel of Gene Callahan’s Oakeshott on Rome and America.