What We’re Reading This Week

FATMA ALADAĞ Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, “Do Secularism and Gender Equality Really Go Hand in Hand?,” The Guardian. Matthew Hedstrom, “Comparison and Classification in American Religious History,” The Immanent Frame. Emile Chabal, “Les Anglo-Saxons,” Aeon. Minayo Nasiali, “Building Social Space in Marseille,” Global Urban History Blog. CHRIS SZABLA Ralph Jennings, “Taiwan Has Statues of Him Everywhere. Now Many Want … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week

What We’re Reading This Week

MARTIN CREVIER Simon Han, “The Impossible Task of Remembering the Nanking Massacre”, The Atlantic. Daniel T. Willingham, “How to Get Your Mind to Read”, New York Times. Serge Gruzinski, “Tristes Tropiques,” [“Sad Tropics”] Libération. Faisal Devji, “C.A. Bayly (Obituary),” Past & Present. MEGHNA CHAUDHURI James Davison Hunter, “Liberal Democracy and the Unraveling of the Enlightenment … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week

What We’re Reading This Week

SEAN PHILLIPS Rogers Brubaker, “The New Language of European Populism,” Foreign Affairs. Alexandra Förderl-Schmidt, “Ein Quadratkilometer Weltgeschichte” [“One Square Kilometer of World History”], Süddeutsche Zeitung Erik Linstrum, “The Empire Dreamt Back,” Aeon. Abhishek Mehrotra, “The Real History of Hindu-Muslim Relations Under Akbar,” The Diplomat. FATMA ALADAĞ Erik Moshe,  “What I’m Reading: An Interview with Historian Michael Goebel”, History News … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week