The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Sovereign Aesthetics; War and Labor During and After Slavery; State-Corporation Alliances; On Archival Lacunae and Genealogical Gaps
CSSH celebrates new works by Samuel Fury Childs Daly and Wei-Ping Lin.
Meet the authors of the 63-4 issue, October 2021.
CSSH congratulates Marc David Baer on the publication of his new book.
Christine Folch compares the trajectories of yerba mate and yaupon, stimulants she explores in her 2009 and 2021 CSSH essays, to understand why yaupon never took off.
CSSH speaks with Tom Trautmann about his lifelong interest in elephants, the subject of his 2015 book Elephants and Kings and 2021 CSSH article, “Megasthenes on the Military Livestock of Chandragupta and the Making of the First Indian Empire.”
CSSH interviews author David Mosse about his 2021 Goody Award winning article, “Outside Caste? The Enclosure of Caste and Claims to Castelessness in India and the United Kingdom.”
CSSH celebrates new books by Miles Larmer and Jon Piccini.
For more nuanced analysis of Afghan society, politics, and culture than you will find in the news, please explore CSSH’s collection of essays exploring Afghanistan in transregional, diversely historical contexts.
CSSH celebrates the essays of Jack Goody Award winner David Mosse and Honorable Mention recipient Amy Chazkel.
The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Islam and Masculinity; Hijacking the Human; Sentimental States; Inequality in Piketty