June 29, 2020
"Questioning Racism in the India Diaspora: Cultural Perspectives" was a panel convened by the Swedish South Asian Studies Network (SASNET)...
Opinion
June 21, 2020
The astonishing events of May-June 2020 have drastically changed our social circumstances and the terms of political discourse. Mass...
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March 2, 2020
Don’t. Not if you’re a Black person who has an entire life of lived experience, studied expertise, scholarly credentials or activist...
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December 21, 2017
In early December, I was in Morocco’s charming capital city, Rabat, which rests along the shores of the Bouregrer River and the Atlantic...
Reviews
September 29, 2017
Every morning on my walk to work, I lift my eyes at the top of a long, sloping hill, and check the flagpole. Since I got back to work this...
Opinion
May 1, 2017
We are days away from the second round of the French presidential elections between a banker candidate, Emmanuel Macron, who wants to rule...
Reviews
February 24, 2017
The only prospect more enthralling than a last stand is a Hollywoodized version of it. Zulu (1964) portrayed the 1879 battle at Rourke’s...
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Opinion
November 16, 2016
I. Why does the election of Donald Trump feel so different, given that in political history there is always continuity as well as...