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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | December 20, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

The New London Docks (1800-1830)Source: The British Library … Joseph Satish … Julia A. Dowd, "Another Ignatian History: Including Women in the Story of Jesuit Mission", Jesuit Higher Education … Anando Bhakto, "Jammu & Kashmir: Seething Valley", Frontline … Ben Knight, "Amitav Ghosh:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | December 12, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Student protesters in Ethiopia c. 1967-74(Source: Libcom.com) Liat SpiroNoah Zatz, "Care Work In & Beyond the Labor Market," LPE Blog … Eileen Boris, "Making Care Work Green," LPE Blog … "Worldmaking after Empire Roundtable," AAIHS … James Parker … Arundhati Roy, "India:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | December 3, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Bruce Pascoe, author of Dark EmuPhoto: Vicky Shukuroglou (The Guardian) Natalie Behrends Daniel Boguslaw, "Fighting Franco's Ghosts," Dissent … Reem Abou-el-Fadl, "Foreign Policy as Nation-Making:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | November 21, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Chinese Stamp in 1950Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons … Colin Bernard … Paul Hockenos, "Zero Hour: The First Days of new Berlin", The Boston Review. Dimitrina Petrova, "The 1989 Revolutions and the Roots of Illiberal Populism", Dissent … Ben Margulies, "Book Review:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | November 14, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Lawren Harris, Clyde River, Baffin Island, 1930Credit: National Gallery of Canada … Yehor Brailian … 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:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | November 7, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Romesh Chunder Dutt (1848-1909): An Indian historian of economics and civil servant, he pointed to liberalism's complicity with imperialism Image:
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CFP: Cambridge World History Workshop
The Blog | October 30, 2019

CFP: Cambridge World History Workshop

The Cambridge World History Workshop is now inviting submissions to deliver papers during Lent Term 2020 (January–March). The workshop welcomes contributions that give attention to global historical perspectives.
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