The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Lateral Archivalities; Spiritual Wares, Retro Kitsch, and Theoretical Things; Labor in the World-System; and Sovereignties Compared.
Congratulations to CSSH authors Wale Adebanwi and Graham Denyer Willis, who have new books out!
CSSH asks Pooyan Tamimi Arab, Konstantinos Kalantzis, and Rihan Yeh: What is humor doing for you, and what are you doing with it?
Meet the authors of the 64-3 issue, July 2022.
CSSH congratulates its authors on their July 2022 publications, including works by David Henig, Joel Robbins, Britt Halvorson, Joshua Reno, and H. Glenn Penny.
On the 101st anniversary of Soghomon Tehlirian’s trial for the assassination of Talat Pasha, Alp Yenen calls for a post-heroic rethinking of history and memory to overcome the “martyr-avenger complex.”
CSSH discusses the death and resurrection of fascist leaders in Spain and Italy with Francisco Ferrándiz, Paolo Heywood, and Nitzan Shoshan.
CSSH celebrates exciting new works by David I. Kertzer and Aaron Rock-Singer.
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.