The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: The Varieties of Mystical Islam; Names, Narratives, and Hidden Transcripts; and Memory Economies and Moral Economies.
Jean-Baptiste Pettier describes the central role of parents in the choosing of life partners in urban China, a surprising finding that altered his research trajectory.
CSSH congratulates Marc Baer for his recognition by the Wolfson History Prize and celebrates new works by our authors Julie Gibbings, A. Azfar Main and Alan Strathern, Liping Wang, and Sarah E. Vaughn.
Meet the authors of the 64-2 issue, April 2022.
Congratulations to CSSH author Harri Englund for the publication of his new book, Visions for Racial Equality: David Clement Scott and the Struggle for Justice in Nineteenth-Century Malawi.
Courtney Bender shares more about the childhood game and surrealists’ practice that provided analytic insight in her essay, “Mrs. Rockefeller’s Exquisite Corpse” (CSSH 63-4).
CSSH authors Danna Agmon and Zehra Hashmi tell us why certain kinds of evidence go missing and what the resulting gaps mean.
CSSH congratulates Geneviève Zubrzycki’s 2021 Bronislaw Malinowski Award and celebrates new works by Sarah Abel, Albert Schrauwers, Michael Lambek, Stuart Earle Strange, and Duncan Money.
The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Moral Exemplarity and the Icons of Fascism; Ordinary Fascism; Fascist Revivals, Neofascism, and the Youth; and Plague Narratives.
Meet the authors of the 64-1 issue, January 2022.
CSSH celebrates Amy Chazkel’s Berkshire Article Prize and Michael Christopher Low’s 2021 Albert Hourani Book Award. We also congratulate Niko Besnier on the publication of a new textbook and share a new book series to be edited by CSSH authors Jessica M. Marglin and Naor Ben-Yehoyada.