Calvin historian and director of the African and African Diaspora Studies program Professor Eric M. Washington joined this book discussion on Caribbean tv this week. Tune in to hear more about This One Sky Day.
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Book discussion: The Mermaid of Black Conch, featuring Prof. Eric Washington (video)
Calvin historian and director of the African and African Diaspora Studies program Professor Eric Washington appeared as part of a book discussion on Caribbean tv this week. Tune in to hear more about The Mermaid of Black Conch.
“Betrayed by History?” Book Review of Judas by Amos Oz
by Bert de Vries. It is 70 years since the state of Israel was born out of the first Arab-Israeli War under the leadership of the much-revered founding father, David Ben Gurion. Thinking Israelis must wonder how political life degenerated from that heroic beginning to the corrupt and racist prime ministry of Mr. Netanyahu. Amos …
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Thinking About History as a Christian: Jay Green’s Outstanding Work
by Ron Wells. I am a member of the founding generation of the Conference on Faith and History (CFH). It was exciting when, as a very junior scholar, I was able to be present when the CFH was launched. Back then, no one in the American Historical Association (AHA) or elsewhere was talking much about …
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Book Note: A Brief History of Neoliberalism by David Harvey
by Dan Miller. The roots of the anti-establishment mood that was so visible this year in the US presidential primaries and the Brexit vote in the UK are no doubt many and complex. But a key element is surely the rise of a political economy that allows a tiny international elite to garner unimaginable wealth …
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Book Note: Bad Religion by Ross Douthat
by Dan Miller. In the current (and seemingly eternal) political season in the United States, it can be hard to gain perspective on how we got to be such a deeply divided nation. It’s also hard to discern just how Christians should respond to the situation. Those two issues are at the heart of a …