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Katherine Weikert and Elena Woodacre

2015, https://bitchmedia.org/post/pushback-at-the-intersections-defining-and-critiquing-intersectionality . 17 For a limited number of examples, see M. Lindsay Kaplan, “Jessica’s Mother: Medieval Constructions of Jewish Race and Gender in ‘The Merchant

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From Exoticism to Authenticity

Textbooks during French Colonization and the Modern Literature of Global Tourism

Claudine Moïse

antinomic to the white, civilized race. Nowadays, individualism prevails: expressing both egotism and withdrawal, inwardly looking into a narcissistic EGO, as conceived in the 1980s, 5 but also meaning “individuation” 6 and construction of the self in the

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Nicole Abravanel

, polonais, hongrois … appartenant à l’élite de leur race” (expression d’un usage équivalent au terme “ethnique” précédemment employé). Crémieux met donc en évidence l’impact des courants migratoires consécutifs à la Première Guerre mondiale comme des

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Mark S. Micale

learning experience in which cooler heads prevailed; it taught the United States and the Soviet Union to avoid further brinksmanship. Pinker acknowledges that, by the 1980s, the nuclear “arms race” had peaked, obscenely, with some 70,000 weapons in global

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Joanna Bourke

“correctional supervision.” 3 Incarceration is not “race-blind”: African Americans are imprisoned at more than five times the rate of whites. 4 Given that sexually violent men are unlikely to give up their practices, as levels of incarceration have increased

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Michael B. Loughlin

attempt to be constructive, at least in his mind. More is to be gained from studying Hervé than simply documenting his evolving views about socialism. From the July Crisis to the First Battle of the Marne, from the “race to the sea” to the offensives of

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“Till I Have Done All That I Can”

An Auxiliary Nurse’s Memories of World War I

Michelle Moravec

Comité emphasized the resiliencies of the children, hoping to build on them a “new future for the French race.” 43 Her sentiments echoed the Red Cross Child Welfare Bureau stance that “children represent the second line of national defense.” 44 She

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African Dawn

Keïta Fodéba and the Imagining of National Culture in Guinea

Andrew W. M. Smith

congress had been held in Paris in 1949, attracting 2,005 people representing 72 countries to the self-same Salle Pleyel, only six months before Fodéba performed there himself. 52 In Warsaw, commentary on race and imperialism fell to a black American

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Whitewashing History

Pinker’s (Mis)Representation of the Enlightenment and Violence

Philip Dwyer

that scholars have dismissed it or “sneer” at it. In the last decade or two, the Enlightenment has been examined from all sorts of different perspectives—gender, the role of women, science, race, sexuality, as well as geographical foci—leaving us with a

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The “Moral Effect” of Legalized Lawlessness

Violence in Britain’s Twentieth-Century Empire

Caroline Elkins

.” 10 Still, al-Husayni persisted and appealed to the League of Nations. Gesturing to the situation’s gravity through historical analogy, he wrote: “Such atrocities of the dark ages, to which the human race, nowadays, look back with disgust and horror