How might we learn resilience, care and community in the face of crisis–climate, political, cultural, economic or otherwise?
Tag: University of Illinois Press
White supremacy tells us we do not belong, but we do have a place in history.
Benzion Netanyahu—father of the former prime minister—is not the protagonist; rather, it is his scholarship and the practice of history itself.
The transnational struggles of Black women throughout history are different experiments in the practice of freedom.
A behind-the-scenes look at what Public Books editors and staff have been reading this month.
When I was in graduate school, whenever a black woman scholar presented her work a peculiar phenomenon emerged: peers always and only remarked on the speaker’s person, rather than on her ideas. At ...