The Blog January 17, 2018

What We're Reading This Week

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei.

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 Chiang Kai-shek's Image Removed," Los Angeles Times.

Henning Melber and Reinhart Kössler, "Germany is Backpedaling on Calling its Century-old Namibian Genocide a Genocide," Quartz Africa.

François-René de Chateaubriand, "Chateaubriand on life in a society dissolving," The Paris Review.

Matthew Keegan, "Lost Language: How Macau Gambled Away its Past," The Guardian.

JOSEPH SATISH

Arundhati Virmani, "Social Responsibility of the Historian," Economic and Political Weekly.

Laurent Dubois, "Atlantic Freedoms," Aeon.

Johanna Mayer, "The History of Science History," Science Friday.

 

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