Published as part of the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, Improvising Reconciliation turns to the cultural sphere in South Africa in order to rethink reconciliation. In this blog post, author Ed Charlton discusses the hopeful visions and the sense of doubt in South Africa's reconciliation. Thirty years after apartheid’s end, much has changed in South Africa. But … Continue reading
Call for Papers! Global Nineteenth-Century Studies: submissions invited to all standing sections.
The latest issue of Theory and Struggle includes articles with a focus on COVID-19 and we asked the journal's editor Marjorie Mayo about the ways in which Marxist analysis can help examine the impact of the pandemic and its implications for the longer term.
To celebrate the launch of the new journal archives from Liverpool University Press, we hear from several journal editors on what they like best about looking back and reflecting on past journal issues, and why it’s great news for readers seeking historical research in the fields of Modern Languages and Political History. Political History Archive … Continue reading
For many informed readers or simple enthusiasts the presence of erotic literature in the western or eastern medieval world (the poems of the Carmina Burana, for example, or various tales in The Thousand and One Nights) does not come as a surprise. For the most of us, however, the very existence of erotic literature in … Continue reading