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On Disciplinary History and International Relations

On Disciplinary History and International Relations

"Scholars reliably produce unreliable accounts of the past of their own fields."
On Disciplinary History and International Relations
A Conversation with Katherine McKittrick and Nick Mitchell

A Conversation with Katherine McKittrick and Nick Mitchell

"To be in relation is to not have control of that which you are related to."
A Conversation with Katherine McKittrick and Nick Mitchell
Neither and Both: On Race, Racism, and the Liberal Arts

Neither and Both: On Race, Racism, and the Liberal Arts

The goal is not resolution or incorporation; it is the pursuit of new terms that emerge from often obscured, but vital genealogies.
Neither and Both: On Race, Racism, and the Liberal Arts
On an Interdisciplinary Story of the World

On an Interdisciplinary Story of the World

"Part of our intellectual task is to get in touch with the materiality of our analytical worlds."
On an Interdisciplinary Story of the World
Stuart Hall on What Constitutes a Crisis

Stuart Hall on What Constitutes a Crisis

Then there is crisis, a break, a ‘ruptural fusion.'
Stuart Hall on What Constitutes a Crisis
A Conversation with Jelani Favors, Part I

A Conversation with Jelani Favors, Part I

"HBCUs were radically different spaces. We’re not talking just about brick and mortar. HBCUs are about relationships."
A Conversation with Jelani Favors, Part I
An Election Recess in 1970

An Election Recess in 1970

Part of our cluster on elections and higher education.
An Election Recess in 1970
When Morgan State Went Public

When Morgan State Went Public

"The college must be vocational and liberal."
When Morgan State Went Public
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