What We’re Reading This Week

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Romesh Chunder Dutt (1848-1909): An Indian historian of economics and civil servant, he pointed to liberalism’s complicity with imperialism
Image: Wikipedia Commons

Chris Szabla

Nanjala Nyabola, “The End of Asylum” (Foreign Affairs)

Pankaj Mishra, “Liberalism According to The Economist” (New Yorker)

Manu Saadia, “How ‘Blade Runner’ and Sci-Fi Made Everything Dystopian” (CityLab)

George Blaustein, “Portraits in Oil” (n+1)

Chloe Bordewhich

İrfan Aktan/Seda Altuğ, Türkiye, Hafız Esad’ın Arap kemerini genişletiyor (Gazete Duvar)

Emily Callaci, On Acknowledgments (American Historical Review)

Adel Hakim, في هذا البار يمكنكم أن تقودوا ثورة أو انقلابا … عن ‘ستيلا’ في القاهرة (Raseef 22)

Anna Della Subin, How Arabic Made It New (New York Review of Books)

Joseph Satish

Joseph Satish V, “An “East Asian” gaze upon a genealogical history of STS“, (Backchannels)

Editors, “Mahatma Gandhi and sustainable science” (Nature)

Ramya Raman and Anantanarayanan Raman, “Women doctors and women’s hospitals in Madras… in the late 19th and early 20th centuries“, (Current Science)
 
Beatrice Martini, “Decolonizing technology: A reading list“, (beatricemartini.it)

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