What We're Reading This Week
Matthew Willis "The East India Company Invented Corporate Lobbying," JSTOR Daily Mark Hampton, "Leaving Hong Kong" History Today.Marybeth Hamilton "Concentration camps and historical analogies: an interview with Dan Stone," History Workshop.Barbara J. Falk, "Legacies of 1989 for dissent today," Eurozine.
Dagomar Degroot, "Little Ice Age lessons," Aeon
Paul Kreitman, 'The Midway of our movie screens ignores its place within America's oceanic empire," New Statesman.
Dirk Kampling, "Warum ich mich nicht über den Mauerfall freuen konnte," Spiegel Online.
Jeffery C. J. Chen & Chase Caldwell Smith, "Sebastian Conrad on Approaches to Global History," The Global History Podcast.
Jean-François Nadeau, "Grandeur et misère des pêcheries gaspésiennes," Le Devoir
"AHR Conversation: Museums, History, and the Public in a Global Age," American Historical Review
Brooke Jarvis "Who Speaks for Crazy Horse?," New Yorker