What We’re Reading This Week

Indian poetess Toru Dutt. Source: Harihar Das/Wikimedia Commons


Philip Kleinfeld, Inside Mission Impossible: Special Report on the Central African Republic, IRIN

Scott McLemee, Theory in Revolt Now Thunders, Inside Higher Ed

Afua Hirsch, Why the History of the Last Slave in America Has Finally Come to Life, The Guardian

Matina Stevis-Gridneff, Middle East Power Struggle Plays Out on New Stage, The Wall Street Journal

John Gendall, A Traveller’s Record of Syrian Monuments Before the War, The New Yorker


Blake Smith, “Why France fell in love with an Indian female author after her death in 19th century,” Scroll.in

Frank Beyer, “When Malaparte Met Mao: Anatomy of a fellow traveller,” Los Angeles Review of Books China Channel

Gloria Davies, “Jiang Shigong on ‘Philosophy and History: Interpreting the “Xi Jinping Era” through Xi’s Report to the Nineteenth National Congress of the CCP’,” The China Story 

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