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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | January 11, 2018

What We're Reading This Week

JOSHUA MILSTEIN … Victoria Pashentseva, "Tough Lessons in Transnistria," openDemocracy. Rebeka Foley, "Azerbaijan's Pre-Soviet Independence Embroiled in Post-Soviet Polemics," Eurasianet. Francis P. Sempa, "Surviving the Future: Looking Back at the Toynbee-Wakaizumi Dialogue of 1970," The Diplomat.
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Fifth Conference of the Association for African Studies in Italy (ASAI): Plural Africa - Politics, Knowledge and Social Dynamics in Time and Space
The Blog | January 3, 2018

Fifth Conference of the Association for African Studies in Italy (ASAI): Plural Africa - Politics, Knowledge and Social Dynamics in Time and Space

ASAI has issued a call for panels at the Fifth Conference of the Association for African Studies in Italy (ASAI) to be held in Bologna, 5-7 September 2018. The Fifth Conference of ASAI aims, first of all, to analyse the 'Africas', that is…
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CFP: Entangled Others – Other Entanglements: Critical Perspectives on the Relationship of Racism and Antisemitism (Berlin, June 2019)
The Blog | December 22, 2017

CFP: Entangled Others – Other Entanglements: Critical Perspectives on the Relationship of Racism and Antisemitism (Berlin, June 2019)

At least since the end of the Second World War - and Hannah Arendt's suggestion in her 1951 Origins of Totalitarianism that the Holocaust was an outgrowth of attitudes developed in the context of European colonialism - historians and other scholars have been preoccupied with the links between…
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | December 21, 2017

What We're Reading This Week

MARTIN CREVIER … Simon Han, "The Impossible Task of Remembering the Nanking Massacre", The Atlantic. Daniel T. Willingham, "How to Get Your Mind to Read", New York Times. Serge Gruzinski, "Tristes Tropiques," ["Sad Tropics"] Libération. Faisal Devji, "C.A. Bayly (Obituary)," Past & Present.
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | December 13, 2017

What We're Reading This Week

SEAN PHILLIPS … Rogers Brubaker, "The New Language of European Populism," Foreign Affairs. Alexandra Förderl-Schmidt, "Ein Quadratkilometer Weltgeschichte" ["One Square Kilometer of World History"], Süddeutsche Zeitung … Erik Linstrum, "The Empire Dreamt Back," Aeon.
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CFP: Challenging the Liberal World Order: The History of the Global South, Decolonization and the United Nations, 1955-2000 (Leiden, Netherlands 8-9 May 2018)
The Blog | December 5, 2017

CFP: Challenging the Liberal World Order: The History of the Global South, Decolonization and the United Nations, 1955-2000 (Leiden, Netherlands 8-9 May 2018)

For those interested in the Global South, here's a recent call for papers for a conference to be announced by Alanna O'Malley (Leiden University, The Netherlands) titled "Challenging the Liberal World Order:
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