What We’re Reading This Week

Topkapi Palace, Istanbul. INTERFOTO / Alamy Stock Photo

LOTTE HOUWINK TEN CATE

Jenna Tonn, “White Feminism and Eugenics: The Case of Gertrude Davenport,” The New Inquiry.

Colin Koopman, “The Power Thinker,” Aeon.

Sadia Shephard, “Foreign-Returned,” The New Yorker.

Thijs Kleinpaste, “Botsende vocabulaires,” [“Clashing Vocabularies”] De Groene Amsterdammer.

NAGOTHUA NARESH KUMAR

Michael Auslin, “Japan’s Endless Search for Modernity,” The Atlantic.

Tobias P. Graf, “Best of Enemies: Europeans in the Ottoman Elite,” History Today.

Mukul Kesavan, “Murderous Majorities,” The New York Review of Books.

Chi Luu, “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Words,” JSTOR Daily.

HAYLEY KEON

Yi-Zheng Lian, “Is Hong Kong Really Part of China?” The New York Times.

Joe Renouard, “Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory,” The Diplomat.

Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, “‘If Universities Are Harassed, Culture Erodes and Tyranny Will Prevail,'” Times Higher Education Magazine.

“‘Look at Indian history from a global perspective, says Upinder Singh,'” The Hindu

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