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Why I Stood Up: the Case against Summers
(Harvard Crimson, 2006)
A detailed description of why the majority of the Harvard University faculty rejected the presidency of Lawrence H. Summers, after which he resigned.
Stureplan People: Racial Fantasy and Human Reality in Today's Sweden
Immigrants and refugees, and especially those identified by their dark skin, are now the chief symbols of Swedes' disappointment with northern Europeans' gradual loss of economic security amid globalization. But the Stureplan ...
AFRICANISMS IN AMERICAN CULTURE - HOLLOWAY,JE
(AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1991-06)
Orwellian Uses of ‘Free Speech'
(The Harvard Crimson, 2007)
In recent debates at Harvard University, the discourse of "free speech" has been used to silence civil debate about Israel and its policies.
Reckoning With Apartheid: The Conundrum of Working Through the Past
(Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 2016)
From April 26-29, 1994, South Africa held its first universal, democratic elections. Witnessed by the world, South Africans of all races waited patiently in line to cast their ballots, signaling the official and symbolic ...