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Throughout the twentieth century, bipartisan consensus was that black youth were latent criminals in need of abundant policing.
The idea that Putin is driven by the philosophy of Eurasianism obscures the pragmatism of Russia's foreign policy.
The 1850s were a turning point for globalization, from telegraphs to colonization.
Lampooned as a dangerous import from Paris, deconstruction is in fact a distinctively American phenomenon.
Many see gayness as inseparable from city life. But many LGBT Americans—particularly queer black folks—live in rural places. Their invisibility to the gay rights movement is a problem.
A new series explores how reading works by global women of color is generative.
Brexit is an episode in the long contest between rulers and the working class.
When your father is trans, memoir is both personal and political.
Yuri Herrera's first two novels explore Mexican border identity.
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