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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | June 4, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Jean-Pascal Sébah, Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, 1890s (Source: Wikipedia Commons) James Parker … Kapil Komireddi, "Five More Years of Narendra Modi Will Take India to a Dark Place," The GuardianLauren MacIvor Thompson, "Abortion:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | May 17, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Hannah Arendt (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Matthew Bowser … Stephen Kinzer, "Inside Iran's Fury", Smithsonian Magazine … Soutik Biswas, "India election 2019: How sugar influences the world's biggest vote", BBC World News … Christopher Clark, "South Africa elections:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | May 10, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Diego Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1931 (Source: MOMA) Sean Phillips … David Edgerton, "A misremembered Empire", Tortoise Media … Heidi Tworek, "Information Warfare is Here to Stay", Foreign Affairs … Rob Gilhooly, "Defining the Heisei Era:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | April 26, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Winter Scene with a Bird-trap, 1601 (Source: Wikipedia Commons) Joshua Milstein … Susan Pedersen, "I Want to Love It" [Review of Richard J. Evans,  Eric Hobsbawm:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | April 17, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

L'impératrice Joséphine (1805), Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, Musée du Louvres … Natalie Behrends … Nara Schoenberg, "'It's a woman. It's not Pulaski,'" Chicago Tribune … Mark Ellis, "The Kaiser's Trial," LA Review of Books … Anne Thériault, "Queens of Infamy:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | April 8, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

John Gast:, American Progress, 1872 (Source: Wikipedia) Collin Bernard … Christopher Clark, "Why should we think about the Revolutions of 1848 now?" LRB … Jedediah Britton-Purdy, "Infinite Frontier:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | March 22, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht … YEHOR BRAILIAN … Lynn Meskell, "What's the Point of UNESCO?," History Today. Stephen Bush, "Dreams of Leaving and Remaining by James Meek; A Short History of Brexit by Kevin O'Rourke," The Guardian. Marcus Colla, "Condemned to Become:
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | March 11, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

JOSEPH SATISH … Nazimuddin Siddiqui, "The Discourse of Doubt: Understanding the Crisis of Citizenship in Assam," Economic & Political Weekly. Sagar Dhara, "Indian Environmental Movements: Why They Failed or Succeeded, and the Challenges Ahead," Ecologise.
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | February 18, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

MEGHNA CHAUDHURI … Daniel Immerwahr, "How the US Had Hidden its Empire," The Guardian. Greg Grandin, "What's at Stake in Venezuela?," London Review of Books. Alexander Williams, "The Treason Trial of Netaji That Never Happened," The Wire.
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | February 8, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

SEAN PHILLIPS … Christian Mueller, "The Invention of the Silk Road," Asia Dialogue. Eric Alterman, "The Decline of Historical Thinking," The New Yorker. Jill Lepore, "A New Americanism: Why a Nation Needs a National Story," Foreign Affairs.
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What We're Reading This Week
The Blog | January 29, 2019

What We're Reading This Week

JOSHUA MILSTEIN … Bart Zantvoort, "On Hartmut Rosa and the Acceleration of Social Change in Modernity," JHIBlog. Ahmed Elsayed, "The Battle over the Memory of Egypt's Revolution," OpenDemocracy.
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