As the year is drawing to a close, we are looking back on some of the highlights we have published over the course of 2020. A big thank you to all of our authors, contributing editors, and readers!
What Is Continental Philosophy? An Interview with Edward Baring, by Jonathon Catlin
Renegade Gestation: Writing Against the Procedures of Intellectual History, by Felicia Denaud (from our Black Intellectual History Forum)
Can There Be a Global Intellectual History of Caste?, by Shuvatri Dasgupta
Marx and the Birth of Modern Society: An Interview with Michael Heinrich, by Kathrin Witter
Anthony Grafton on the Labor of Humanist Scholarship, by Simon Brown (from our In Theory Podcast)
Historicizing Foucault: Stuart Elden on Tracing Foucault’s Ideas from Discipline and Punish to the History of Sexuality, by Jonas Knatz and Anne Schult (see part II of the interview here)
Richard Rorty as a Post-Straussian, by David Kretz
The Problem of Authorship and Pseudepigraphy in Islamic Intellectual History, by W. Sasson Chahanovich
Featured Image: From Élisée Reclus, “La Terre: description des phénomènes de la vie du globe. I. Les Continents. II. L’Ocean, l’Atmosphere, la Vie” (Paris, 1868).