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What We’re Reading This Week

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Hannah Arendt (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Matthew Bowser

Stephen Kinzer, “Inside Iran’s Fury”, Smithsonian Magazine

Soutik Biswas, “India election 2019: How sugar influences the world’s biggest vote”, BBC World News

Christopher Clark, “South Africa elections: What are the main issues?”, Al Jazeera

Mapping the Yemen Conflict”, European Council on Foreign Relations

Colin Bernard

Zach Messitte, “As nationalism surges, Italy must reckon with its fascist past“, The Washington Post

Paul Mason, “Reading Arendt Is Not Enough“, NY Books

Samuel Clowes Huneke, “Gay Liberation Beyond the Iron Curtain“, Boston Review

Shakar Rahav, “May Fourth for the World“, China Channel

Meghna Chaudhuri

Adam Shatz, “Trump’s America, Netanyahu’s Israel“, LRB

Nikhil Menon, “Jumbo Exports: India’s history of elephant diplomacy“, The Caravan

David Ciepley, “Wayward Leviathans: How America’s corporations lost their public purpose“, The Hedgehog Review

Sarah Franklin, “Nostalgic Nationalism: How a Discourse of Sacrificial Reproduction Helped Fuel Brexit Britain“, Cultural Anthropology

Rustam Khan

Michael Welton, “Navigating the Intricacies of Habermas“, Counter Punch

Prankaj Mishra, “The Mask It Wears“, LRB

Antonia Weiss and Tim Verlaan, “From Miers to Bjarke: Ten Moments in the Manly History of the Architect’s Model“, Failed Architecture

What We’re Reading This Week

Diego Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1931 (Source: MOMA)

Sean Phillips

David Edgerton, “A misremembered Empire“, Tortoise Media

Heidi Tworek, “Information Warfare is Here to Stay”, Foreign Affairs

Rob Gilhooly, “Defining the Heisei Era: Just how peaceful were the past 30 years?“, The Japan Times

Editorial Board, “In Paraguay, Long a Haven for Corruption, Popular Protests Get Results“, New York Times.

David Agren, “Mexico battles over legacy of revolutionary Emiliano Zapata“, The Guardian

Yehor Brailian

Alexander Lee, “Jerk, an Authentic Taste of Jamaican Liberty“, History Today

Madhuri Karak, “Mahatma Gandhi, Master Mediator“, JSTOR DAILY

Adam Higginbotham, “Chernobyl: 7 People Who Played a Crucial Role in the World’s Worst Nuclear Disaster“, History Today

Dexter Govan

Michael Sonenscher, “The Politics of Old Europe“, LBR Blog 

Zeinab Badawi, “Women, hopeful for change, are driving Sudan’s uprising”Financial Times 

Michael Prodger, “An act of faith: resurrecting Notre Dame“, New Statesman

Joan Redmond, “My London history students’ knowledge of Ireland is, at times, shocking“, Irish Times 

Anna Coote, “Universal basic income doesn’t work. Let’s boost the public realm instead“, The Guardian

What We’re Reading This Week

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Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Winter Scene with a Bird-trap, 1601
(Source: Wikipedia Commons)

Joshua Milstein

Susan Pedersen, “I Want to Love It[Review of Richard J. Evans, Eric Hobsbawm: A Life in History], LRB

Beda Magyar, “Hungary is Lost,Zeit Online

Yoav Di-Capua, “Making the Arab World: A Review [Di-Capua Reviews Fawaz Gerges],” LA Review of Books

James Parker

Mihir BoseAmritsar, 100 Years On, Remains an Atrocity Britain Cannot be Allowed to Forget,” The Guardian

Marwan Bishra, “The Art of Revolution: What Went Right in Sudan and Algeria,” Al Jazeera

Alyssa Battistoni, “States of Emergency: Imagining a Politics for an Age of Accelerated Climate Change,” The Nation

Ben Parker, “Rwanda: What Humanitarians Need to Remember 25 Years OnThe New Humanitarian

Liat Spiro

Darren Byler, “Ghost World,” Logic

Dagomar Degroot, “Did European colonisation precipitate the Little Ice Age?” Aeon 

Isra Syed, “Neoliberal Encasement Infrastructure: The Case of International Organization Sovereign Immunity,” LPE Blog

Adam Tooze, “Is this the end of the American century?” LRB

Fei-Hsien Wang, “Why the Chinese Government has blocked the nation’s most popular soap operas,” Washington Post

What We’re Reading This Week

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L’impératrice Joséphine (1805), Pierre-Paul Prud’hon, Musée du Louvres

Natalie Behrends

Nara Schoenberg, “‘It’s a woman. It’s not Pulaski,'” Chicago Tribune

Mark Ellis, “The Kaiser’s Trial,” LA Review of Books

Anne Thériault, “Queens of Infamy: Josephine Bonaparte,” Longread

David Marchese, “Robert A. Caro on the Means and Ends of Power,” NYT Magazine

Tiger Zhifu Li

Dennis Overbye, “Darkness Visible, Finally: Astronomers Capture First Ever Image of a Black Hole,” The New York Times

Kevin Pimbblet,“First black hole photo confirms Einstein’s theory of relativity,”The Conversation

Kate Bagnall,“‘A Chinese New Year’s Day’, Sydney, 1899,” Chinese Australia

“Week in pictures: 30 March – 5 April 2019,” BBC

Martin Crevier

Philippe Némé-Nombé, “«Sauvage», «esclave» et «Nègres blancs d’Amérique» : hypothèse sur le savoir onto-politique québécois,” Histoire Engagée

What We’re Reading This Week

John Gast:, American Progress, 1872 (Source: Wikipedia)

Collin Bernard

Christopher Clark, “Why should we think about the Revolutions of 1848 now?LRB

Jedediah Britton-Purdy, “Infinite Frontier: The Eternal Return of American Expansionism,” The Nation

Nan Enstad, “Debunking the Capitalist Cowboy,” The Boston Review

A. Dirk Moses, “‘White Genocide’ and the Ethics of Public Analysis,” Journal of Genocide Research

Martin Crevier

Samuel Moyn, “How to Be a Marxist,” Jacobin

Antoine Xavier-Fournier et Philippe Munch, “Robespierre, un gilet jaune?Le Devoir

Kit Gilet, “Maoism: A Global History – how China exported revolution around the world,” Post Magazine

Matthew Bowser

Erin Blakemore, “The Kashmir Conflict: How Did It Start?” National Geographic

How Has Immigration Changed Britain Since World War II?BBC iWonder

Sugam Pokharel, “60 Years After Exile, Tibetans Face a Fight for Survival in a Post-Dalai Lama World,CNN News

Sean Coughlan, “Last Survivor of US Slave Ships Discovered,BBC News

What We’re Reading This Week

JOSEPH SATISH Nazimuddin Siddiqui, “The Discourse of Doubt: Understanding the Crisis of Citizenship in Assam,” Economic & Political Weekly. Sagar Dhara, “Indian Environmental Movements: Why They Failed or Succeeded, and the Challenges Ahead,” Ecologise. Ramachandra Guha, “The Historian and Chauvinism,” The India Forum. CHRIS SZABLA Rudi Batzell, “Guns Made the State, and the State Made…

What We’re Reading This Week

MEGHNA CHAUDHURI

Daniel Immerwahr, “How the US Had Hidden its Empire,” The Guardian.

Greg Grandin, “What’s at Stake in Venezuela?,” London Review of Books.

Alexander Williams, “The Treason Trial of Netaji That Never Happened,” The Wire.

MARTIN CREVIER

Charlotte Lydia Riley, “The People’s University,” Tribune.

Pankaj Mishra, “See the Iranian Revolution as Iranians Do,” Bloomberg Opinion.

Eric Alterman, “The Decline of Historical Thinking,” The New Yorker.

DEXTER GOVAN

Joanna Fuertes-Knight, “Attacks on the Media Show Duterte’s Philippines is Heading for Despotism,” The Guardian.

Martin Fletcher, “The Stains of Bloody Sunday,” New Statesman.

Beth Bhargava, “Fossil Fuels and the Corporate Takeover of Higher Education,” New Socialist.

COLLIN BERNARD

Adam Tooze, “Everything You Know About Global Order is Wrong,” FP.

Adom Getachew, “When Jamaica Led the Postcolonial Fight Against Exploitation,” Boston Review.

Adam Waters & E.J. Dionne, “Is Anti-Intellectualism Ever Good for Democracy?,” Dissent.

What We’re Reading This Week

Dáil Éireann (1921), Blog Imperial & Global Forum.

SEAN PHILLIPS

Christian Mueller, “The Invention of the Silk Road,” Asia Dialogue.

Eric Alterman, “The Decline of Historical Thinking,” The New Yorker.

Jill Lepore, “A New Americanism: Why a Nation Needs a National Story,” Foreign Affairs.

Brahma Chellaney, “The Shackles of History in a Democracy,” The Japan Times.

NATALIE BEHRENDS

Bill McKibben, “The Making of Our Polluted Age,” The Nation.

Wilson Chacko Jacob, “Essential Readings: Gender and Empire,” Jadaliyya.

Colin Dickey, “Companion and Commodity: The Victorian Dog,” LA Review of Books.

Brian Boeck, “Stalin’s Scheherazade,” Longreads.

YEHOR BRAILIAN

Livia Gershon, “How Chocolate Came to Europe,” JSTOR Daily.

Esme Cleall, “Missing Links: The Victorian Freak Show,” History Today.

Darragh Gannon, “January 1919: The Irish Republic, the League of Nations, and a New World Order,” Blog Imperial & Global Forum.