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.
Patrick Cabanel (interview par Bernadette Sauvaget), “A partir du XVIe siècle…” (Libé)
Luca Provenzano, “Street Fighting Men” (LARB)
Regina Hansen, “Tricking and treating has a history” (The Conversation)
Rebecca Bengal, “Alec Soth’s Mississippi Dreamers in a Nightmare America” (The Paris Review)
Zachary Jonathan Jacobson, “Trump Is the New ________” (Chronicle of Higher Education)
Susan Dunn, “An Icy Conquest” (NYRB)
Seamus Perry, “The Rhymes are Sometimes Poor” (TLS)
Jack Miles, “A Roadmap to Qur’ans in English” (LARB)”
Aisha Harris, “How Movie Theaters, TV Networks, and Classrooms Are Changing the Way They Show Gone With the Wind” (Slate)