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    As feminists rise up and flood the streets in the years since Trump’s election, the movement has simultaneously strengthened its own internal critique.
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    by Jamie Meltzer and Chris Filippone
    Every weekday, inmates are released from Huntsville State Penitentiary, taking in their first moments of freedom with phone calls, cigarettes, and quiet reflection...
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    Michael B. Kahan and Janet Delaney discuss the history of San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood from 1970 to the present.


Recent Blogs

Thinking identity politics, Marxism, and the neoliberal university together, Rey Chow reflects on her new book.
As readers of the previous reports on the HumCore workshop series will have noted, the first quarter of discussions started with a bang. We discussed questions relating to the global humanities at an...
In the past three HumCore workshops, we have not shied away from asking big questions. What are the global humanities? How does a new institution teach them? What kinds of students do we attract,...
Ever since the publication of Paul Gilroy’s The Black Atlantic almost thirty years ago in 1993, C.L.R. James has been seen as a paradigmatic black Atlantic intellectual, and his work – including his...
As long as these debates about the value of humanistic teaching continue to be held within an U.S. frame, we will necessarily privilege certain arguments, certain narratives.