Like so many books today, it seems aimed at convincing an audience that will never read it.
When seismic shifts unseat us, it’s the ordinary that puts us back together again.
by Brian Bantum
His ongoing exploration of political instability feels excruciatingly relevant.
It’s getting harder to believe in the vindication of history.
Yair Mintzker doesn't know. He's more interested in why other historians keep trying to write a 19th-century novel about the 18th-century case.
by Amy Frykholm
“White privilege is your history being taught as a core class and mine being taught as an elective,” wrote a tumblr user in February of 2014. This claim illustrates how education sins in its ignorance.
Latin American liberation theologians taught that sin consists not only of personal misdeeds—it is also embedded in social structures that promote harm and inequity.
Many will look at the tribal and ethnic tensions that exist all around the world as a problem as old as human civilization. Isn’t this a strong argument for the reality that the racism that was practiced by white/western Europe is indeed just a reflection of what has always been?