What We’re Reading: April 16

Emily:

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)

Brooke:

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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