Here are a few interesting articles and pieces we found around the web this week. If you come across something that other intellectual historians might enjoy, please let us know in the comments section.
David Greenberg, “America’s 100 other Declarations of Independence”  (Politico)
Fred Dews, “A Primer on Gerrymandering and Political Polarization” (Brookings)
Matt Dellinger, “Michael Crawford’s Mixed-Up USA” (New Yorker)
WNYC (Podcast) “America’s Fourth: Beyond Pie and BBQs” (The United States of Anxiety)
Zoë Beery, “A Weekend of Nazi Dress-Up Fun” (Fusion)
L.D. Burnett, “Fugitive Materials” (USIH)
Moira Donegan, “Some Sort of Grace” (Paris Review)
Daniel Trilling, “Should we build a wall around North Wales?” (LRB)
Lavanya Ramanathan, “In a divided America, James Baldwin’s fiery critiques reverberate anew” (Washington Post)
David Mimics, “What Makes a Jew a Jew” (LARB)
Yo Zushi, “The Tale of a Stuffed Echidna” (New Statesman)
Jose Arnaud-Bello, “Think of the Lemur” (Triple Canopy)
Kate Wagner, “The Rise of the McMansion” (Curbed)
Kibum Kim, Natasha Degen, “The Kitsch Gazes Back: Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst Return” (LARB)
Hilton Als, “Irving Penn” (4 Columns)
Darren Campion, “The Morals of Vision: Susan Sontag’s ‘On Photography’ Revisited, Part 1” and “Part 2”
Amy Goodman and Arundhati Roy, Interview with Arundhati Roy (Democracy Now!)
Nadine El-Enany, “The Colonial Logic of Grenfell” (Verso Blog)
Wai Chee Dimock, “5000 Years of Climate Fiction” (Public Books)
Emily Wilson, “Found in translation: how women are making the classics their own” (The Guardian)
Adam Branch, “The ICC, Dominic Ongwen, and the Politics of Truth,” (Humanity)
Annette Joseph-Gabriel, “The Legacy of Martinican Women in French Politics,” (Black Perspectives)
Olivier Jutel, “The alt-right and the death of counterculture,” (overland)
Daniel Knorr, “A Conference on Chinese Cities in World History,” (Global Urban History)
Richard Marshall interviews William Lewis, “The Fall and Rise of Louis Althusser,” (3amMagazine)