Bonnie Bates has published Responsibility to Protect? Libya and the Salvation of Europe with the History Watch Project blog the Politics of Memory … Launched in 2009 by the United Nations, the Responsibility to Protect […]
Audra A. Diptee has written an article for the Politics of Memory which is entitled “The Decivilized Academic.” In this piece, she explores the degree to which academics and other intellectuals have been implicated in […]
Bonnie Bates has just published a post on our blog Politics of Memory. In this piece she explores the role of contemporary Taureg music in shaping historical memory and national consciousness …. Tuareg oral […]
Along Panama’s Caribbean coast lies Portobelo, a small port city once the hub of Spanish commercial exports out of South America. Within this once heavily fortified colonial city is Iglesia San Felipe, a historic church […]
In her posting “Race Politics and the Debate Over Immigration in Bermuda,” Angela Wright explores the ways in different historical narratives inform the competing discourses around race and immigration in Bermuda in her recent posting […]
Bonnie Bates has just published an article entitled “LGBT Genocide in Contemporary Uganda” on the Politics of Memory blog. She discusses the impact of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act. See http://wp.me/p4eTTG-cR.