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.
Steve Kolowich, “What is a black professor in America allowed to say?” (Guardian)
Elaine Showalter, “The Austenista,” (New Republic)
Marina Warner, “Back from the Underworld,” (LRB)
Aaron Winter & Aurelien Mondon, “Normalized Hate,” (Jacobin)
Robert Wood, “On Australian poetry now: a response to David Campbell,” (overland)
Adrienne Lafrance  and Vann R. Newkirk II, “The Lost History of an American Coup d’Etat” (The Atlantic)
Gerald Shea, “Teaching Them to Speak: On Juan Pablo Bonet and the History of Oralism” (The Paris Review)
Jack Christian and Warren Christian “The Monuments Must Go: An open letter from the great-great-grandsons of Stonewall Jackson” (Slate)
Beverly Gage, “An Intellectual Historian Argues His Case Against Identity Politics” (New York Times) – on Mark Lilla, from whom see “The Liberal Crackup” (Wall Street Journal).
John Lanchester, “You Are the Product” (LRB).
Ellen J. Stockstill, “Rescuing England: The Rhetoric of Imperialism and the Salvation Army” (PDR).
Omnia El Shakry, “Psychoanalysis and Islam” (Princeton University Press).
Gil Anidjar, “Everything Burns: Derrida’s Holocaust” (LARB).
Lara Deeb and Jessica Winegar, “Middle East Politics in US Academia: The Case of Anthropology” (CSSAAME)
Larry Wolff, “Wagner on Trial” (NYRB)
James M. McPherson, “Southern Comfort” (NYRB)
Alev Scott, “Getting Close to Judgement Day” (TLS)