What We’re Reading: April 16

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Matthew Pratt Guterl, The Irish Rebellion that Resonated in Harlem (TNR)

Anne Boyd Rioux, Women Writers You Should Know: Constance Fenimore Woolson (The Toast)

Rohan Maitzen, What We’re (Really) Talking About When We Talk About “Time to Read” (Novel Readings)

Ian Johnson, A Revolutionary Discovery in China (NYRB)

Susan McKay, Diary: Soldier Dolls in Belfast (note: graphic description of rape and violence against women) (LRB)

Daphna Oren-Magidor, “Weepeth and sorroweth without comparison”: Historical Fertility Problems (The Toast)

Samuel Freeman, The Enemies of Roger Scruton (NYRB)

Brian Lewis, Wolfenden, Paederasty and Paedophilia (Notches)


Rob Myers, Accelerationist Art (furtherfield)

S. Williams, Implications of Archival Labor (On Archivy)

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Decolonising Science Reading List (Medium)

Raphael Cormack, The Legendary Bookseller of Cairo (Apollo)

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