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.
Rudrapriya Rathore, “India’s Imagined Worlds” (Hazlitt)
Natalie Diaz, “A Native American Poet Excavates the Language of Occupation” (The New York Times)
Lauren Michele Jackson, “We Need To Talk About Digital Blackface in Reaction GIFs” (Teen Vogue)
Cyrus Schayegh, “Switch Cities, Decolonization, and Globalization: Singapore, Beirut, Dakar” (Medium)
Cord Aschenbrenner, “Albert Speer – Hitlers Architekt” (Neue Züricher Zeitung)
Elizabeth Bruenig, “Notes on Locke (against this critic)” (ESB).  
Anthony Madrid, “H.D. Notebook, Part 2” (The Paris Review).
Matthew J. Smith, “Overpowered: Control and Contingence in Haiti” (LARR).
“How The Kellogg Brothers Revolutionized Breakfast“ (Fresh Air, podcast)
Daniel Dreisbach, “Reading the Bible with the Founding Fathers” (New Books Network, Podcast)
Dan Chiasson, “Susan Howe’s Patchwork Poems” (The New Yorker)
Larissa Pham, “Agnes Martin Finds the Light that Gets Lost” (The Paris Review)
On passion, professionalization, and the disciplinary and economic structures that scaffold the production of art and knowledge: Molly Nesbit with Jarrett Earnest, “Close Encounters: A Conversation” (The Brooklyn Rail)
Susan Sidlauskas, “On Graduate Education: A Primer (with Memoir) For the Art History Graduate Student” (Rutgers Art Review)
Sharon Louden, “3 Examples of Proactive Artists Creating New Opportunities” (Creative Capital Blog)
Miya Tokumitsu, “Completely Unprofessional” (Frieze)
In Memoriam, Judith Jones: Julia Moskin, “An Editing Life, A Book of Her Own” (The New York Times)
Steven Salaita, “A Few Thoughts on Leaving Academe” (Jadaliyya)
Alex Mayassi, “Of Money and Morals” (Aeon)
Gayatri Spivak, “On Teaching Reading” (ICLS Columbia, lecture abstract)
Suzy Hansen, “James Baldwin’s Istanbul” (Public Books)
John Hutnyk, “Marx in Algeria 1882” (Trinketization)
Marina Warner, “Back from the Underworld” (LRB)
Ian Sansom, “Jane Austen, on the money” (TLS)
Ariel Sophia Bardi, “The Soft Nationalism of Amma, India’s Hugging Saint” (LARB)
Lewis Lapham, “Petrified Forest” (Lapham’s Quarterly)
Ron Charles, “Stop dissing romance novels already” (Washington Post)