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 P. Goldman, “A Sea of Blood at the Met: Race theory, Aryan purity, and a Jewish purge in Wagner’s ‘Parsifal’” (Tablet)
Jia Tolentino, “The Mesmerizing Spectacle of North Korea’s “Army of Beauties” at the Winter Olympics” (New Yorker)
Don Piepenbring, “The Enthralling, Anxious World of Vladimir Nabokov’s Dreams” (New Yorker)
Ian Bostridge, “God’s Own Music” (NYRB)
Jill Lepore, “The Strange and Twisted Life of “Frankenstein,” (New Yorker)
Josephine Livingstone, “Losing the Twentieth Century,” (New Republic)
Andrew Rice, “The Fight to be a Muslim in America,” (Guardian Longreads)
Robert Wood, “On Guilty Pleasure: A Response to Reading Joyce Carol Oates,” (overland)
Amanda Giracca, ““Consider the Rooster” (Aeon)
Shaan Amin, “The Dark Side of the Comics That Redefined Hinduism” (The Atlantic)
Laura Spinney, “How the 1918 Flu Pandemic Revolutionized Public Health” (Smithsonian)
Terence Tiller, “Political Prisoner(TLS)
Ian Bostrige, “God’s Own Music(NYRB)
Caroline Crampton, “Caroline of Ansbach(New Statesman)
Allison C. Meier, “Illustrating Carnival(Public Domain Review)
Robert Cremins, “Ishiguro’s Orphans” (LARB)