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Historicizing Libertarianism, or How to Write Intellectual History Without Intellectuals

by Dennis Kölling

Book Discussion: Auschwitz and Absolution

by Jacob Saliba

Toward a Queer Theory of the State: An Interview with Samuel Clowes Huneke

by Jonathon Catlin

The Making of an Anticolonial Culture: An Interview with Ismay Milford

by Jonas Bakkeli Eid

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Felix Schlichter

Nuala Caomhanach interviews Felix Schlichter about his recent JHI article, “Euhemerus and Euhemerism in the Seventeenth and Eighteeth Centuries” (volume 84, issue 4).

Future’s Past of Museums: Between “Brick-and-Mortar” and Virtuality

by Anna Bottesi

East European Intellectual History–Russian Nationalism: Virtual Issue 2.3

by Artur Banaszewski and Isabel Jacobs

The Scottish Enlightenment Presents: A Lesson in Moderate Radicalism

by Elad Carmel

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Ana Antić

Ana Antić in discussion with Tom Furse about her review essay, “Psychiatry and Decolonization: Histories of Transcultural Psychiatry in the Twentieth Century,” published in the January 2024 issue of the journal.

Plague and Contagion in Mughal South Asia

by Khushboo Rashid

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