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In This Issue
- Preface (James Chappel, Incoming Director of Undergraduate Studies)
- Letter from the Editors (Patrick Duan)
- A Culture of Cleansing: An Analysis of the Persistent Ubiquity of Limpieza Social in Colombia, Since 1990 (Benjamin Goodwin, University College London)
- ‘The Moment of Truth’: Cold War Civil Rights in Birmingham, Alabama, 1963 (William Johnson, University of Southampton)
- Black Intellectuality: Challenging Conventions of Belonging in STEM (Rebekah Kristal, Brandeis University)
- Writing Against the Decentralization Thesis: Towards a New Approach to the Study of Power in the Ottoman Long Eighteenth Century (Julian Polanski, Simon Fraser University)
- ‘Woe to the Coolie’: Conceptualising Relationality, Class Conflict, and Regimes of Control in Colonial Sumatra’s Plantation Belt (Kai Siallagan, Queen’s University)