The keys to surfing—wetsuits, surf forecasting, and surfboard manufacturing—emerged from Southern California’s military-industrial complex.
Tag: University of Illinois Press
How might we learn resilience, care and community in the face of crisis–climate, political, cultural, economic or otherwise?
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 ...