What We’re Reading: May 21st-27th

JHI Blog

Here are a few interesting articles and pieces we found around the web this week. If you come across something that other intellectual historians might enjoy, please let us know in the comments section.


Richard Brody, “Albert Murray and the Limits of Critics with Theory” (New Yorker)

T.J. Clark, “Picasso and the Fall of Europe” (London Review of Books)

Massimo Gezi, “Sulle tracce di un poeta pazzo: Giovanni Antonelli” (Le parole e le cose)

Thomas Grillot and Pauline Peretz, « L’historien éclaire-t-il le présent ? Entretien avec Thomas J. Sugrue » (La vie des idées)

Jan-Werner Müller, “Europe’s Sullen Child” (London Review of Books)

Rebecca Onion, “Some Things are Worth Forgetting” (Slate)

Frances Richard, “The Afterlife of Polaroid” (The Nation)

Sébastien Rozeaux, “The Importance of Global History” (Books and Ideas)

Marie Schiele and Hélène Vuillermet, «

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