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Red Letter Christianity: Liberation Theology and Trumpism Amongst Evangelicals
By Todd C. Couch Following the rise of the Religious Right during the 1980s, the term “evangelical” became synonymous in U.S. culture with conservative politics. U.S. Evangelicals came to be understood as right-wing theocratic ideologues, rather than a community with core theological convictions. Yet, Evangelicals are not a monolith. Progressive Evangelicals have begun to organize in harsh…See the Story
The Arab Uprisings and the Many Meanings of Revolution
By Mona El-Ghobashy When they unfolded over the winter of 2010-11, the Arab uprisings were jubilantly hailed as a region-wide freedom cascade that promised to end decades of predatory authoritarian…See the Story
Thoroughly Modern Maxie: Robespierre’s Relevance for Democracy Today
By Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall Maximilien Robespierre has gotten a bad rap in the last 228 years. In popular culture, he has become synonymous with the French Revolution’s “Reign of Terror,” a blood…See the Story
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Mediterranean Migrations to the French Atlantic
This article is a part of our series, entitled “Age of Slavery,” which explores the existence, persistence, and abolition of slavery in the revolutionary era. By Meredith Martin and Gil…See the Story
Before Silencing the Past: Michel-Rolph Trouillot’s Stirring the Pot of Haitian History
By Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall Review of: Trouillot, Michel-Rolph. Stirring the Pot of Haitian History [Ti difé boulé sou istoua Ayiti, 1977]. Trans. and edited by Mariana Past and Benjamin Hebbleth…See the Story
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On the Relationship between Journalism and History: Thoughts on the New York Times Haiti Ransom Project
By Paul Cohen Like many historians, I am of two minds about The New York Times’s “Haiti Ransom Project.” On the one hand, the in-depth piece on the massive “reparations” France imposed on…See the Story