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.
A collection of essays on protest, revolution, policing, and resistance.
As coronavirus (COVID-19) commands attention worldwide, CSSH turns to its archives to gain insight. Here we have collected decades of excellent scholarship on disease and epidemics.
Since its inception, CSSH has published groundbreaking essays on slavery, enslaved persons, and (forced) labor across different time periods and geographic locations. Inspired by The New York Times’s “The 1619 Project,” we’ve put together a selection of these essays going back almost sixty years.
Jieun Kim, Japanese Studies, University of Leeds
Daniel Andrew Birchok, Anthropology, University of Michigan-Flint
Karen Hébert, Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
Geoffrey Hughes, Anthropology, London School of Economics