What We're Reading This Week
Adam Tooze, 'Notes on the Global Condition,' Blog Adam Tooze.
Mike Beggs, 'The Keynesian Counterrevolution,' Jacobin.
Firat Haciahmetoglu, 'The "World-Jewry" as a Misnomer for "the Globalists": Heidegger and Anti-Semitism,' The Philosophical Salon.
Leon Aron, 'Kingdom Come: Millenarianism's Deadly Allure, from Lenin to ISIS,' NYR Daily.
Jabez T. Sutherland, 'The New Nationalist Movement in India,' The Atlantic.
Amrita Dutta, 'On a Wang and a Prayer: Tamil Dalit Writer Bama on 25 Years of Karukku,' The Indian Express.
University of Cambridge, 'Exploring a Global History of Science,' The Wire.
ZHIFU TIGER LI
Ashton Merck, 'Research-Oriented: Translating a History PhD into a Successful Career at a Think Tank,' AHA Today.
Alex Beattie, 'A History Lesson for Silicon Valley,' Scoop Review of Books.
Lucas Thompson, 'Mirror Sydney,' Australian Book Review.
Michael Walsh and Jason Fang, 'China Offers New Five-Year Visas to Foreigners of Chinese Ancestry,' ABC.