Shruti Devgan reviews Partition: The Long Shadow edited by Urvashi Butalia. Continue Reading →
Anthropologist Julio Glockner on the history of traditional rituals in Guerrero, Mexico and Yael Martinez and Orlando Velazquez‘s work representing them. Continue Reading →
A conversation with photographer Oscar B. Castillo about photographing subjects on France’s margins. Continue Reading →
The first of two articles by Sarah Dees about the Standing Rock water protectors: How history does and doesn’t help us understand the present moment. Continue Reading →
“The Legend of Tarzan,” a much-hyped reboot of the popular relic of Western colonialism, suffers from its attempt to build a conscience into a character who never had one, argues Geoffrey Pollick.
Anand Venkatkrishnan reviews Religion, Science, and Empire by Peter Gottschalk. Continue Reading →
Patrick Blanchfield tracks the long-standing entanglement of guns and religion in the United States. Part 1 of 2. Continue Reading →
Abby Ohlheiser: In the collective gasp that followed the shooting in Tucson on Saturday, the story of the ongoing voting on a referendum for southern independence in Sudan was all but lost. We’re still catching up at The Revealer secret headquarters ourselves. Consensus in the coverage seems to be that the southern third of Sudan, which is mostly Christian and Animist, will vote for secession from the northern part of the country, which has a Muslim majority. Continue Reading →