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In Theory co-host Disha Karnad Jani speaks with Priyamvada Gopal (Reader in Anglophone and Related Literature, University of Cambridge) ..read more
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Over ten years ago, Michal Kopeček, Balázs Trencsényi, and colleagues decided to embark on an ambitious intellectual history of modern ..read more
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By Contributing Writer Antoine Pageau-St-Hilaire In an interview with Günther Gaus in 1964, Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) recalls that ..read more
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This month, we asked our editorial team to reflect on books they wished they had read earlier in their academic careers. David Kretz: ..read more
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By Contributing Editor Luna Sarti In doing research on rivers, one starts to wonder what fish live in the river waters and what role ..read more
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The Journal of the History of Ideas, the JHI Blog,and the University of Pennsylvania invite graduate students from all institutions, ..read more
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By Contributing Writer Thomas Furse In a letter to a fellow republican during ..read more
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Volume 80, No. 4 of the Journal of the History of Ideas ..read more
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In Theory co-host Simon Brown interviews Professor Michael Carhart on his recent book Leibniz Discovers Asia: Social Networking in the ..read more
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by guest contributor Dr. Thomas Moynihan The idea of human extinction first appeared in the eighteenth century. A perennial tradition ..read more

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