What We're Reading This Week
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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.
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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.
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.