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Commentary: FERGUSON, USA: A HISTORIAN’S COLLISION WITH HISTORY, PART ONE by Stefan M. Bradley

THE FOLLOWING ESSAY WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED JUNE 23, 2015 AND APPEARS IN FULL AT PROCESS: A BLOG FOR AMERICAN HISTORY: FERGUSON, USA: A HISTORIAN’S COLLISION WITH HISTORY, PART ONE Stefan M. Bradley is the director of African American Studies Program and an associate professor of history at Saint Louis University. He is the author of Harlem … Continue reading

Book Review—ISLAM IS A FOREIGN COUNTRY: American Muslims and the Global Crisis of Authority by Zareena Grewal (2014)

“For one thing, Grewal’s book mines the genre of autoethnography more successfully than any I have read in years, and bears comparison to gold standards such as The Woman Warrior and Borderlands/La Frontera…” Continue reading

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