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Colonialism news and analysis from The Nation
September 29, 2022
Queen Elizabeth Was No Mere Symbol
But after her death, fury erupted at those who refused to whitewash her legacy.
September 14, 2022
How the Authoritarian Right Is Weaponizing the Queen’s Death
On this week’s episode of
The Time of Monsters
, a discussion about the monarchy and right-wing sentiment.
September 12, 2022
God Save Us From the King
The British monarchy is nothing if not adaptable—but for how long?
July 4, 2022
The Tricky Politics of Ecological Restoration
A conversation with Laura J. Martin about the Cold War origins of environmental management and her book
Wild by Design: The Rise of Ecological Restoration
June 9, 2022
The Gods of Gala Porras-Kim
Her work reframes the way we might understand the seemingly intractable tensions between curating, colonialism, and cultural exchange.
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May 25, 2022
How the Western Media Missed the Story of Shireen Abu Akleh’s Death
From the fact of Abu Akleh’s murder to the true, liberatory meaning of her funeral, the media proved yet again that it’s not equipped to cover Palestine.
May 16, 2022
The British Empire’s Worldwide Devastation
Caroline Elkins’s new history of the British Empire is a damning account of its violent crimes against its subjects.
Howard W. French
May 9, 2022
When Did the Ruling Class Get Woke?
A conversation with Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò on his new book
, which investigates the co-option of identity politics and the importance of coalitional organizing.
May 3, 2022
Angela Garbes on Mothering for the World We Want
Garbes’s new book looks at what it means to be a parent when we are “caught between the way we were raised and the way we want to live.”
April 6, 2022
How Can Puerto Rico Escape the Debt Trap?
When it comes to Puerto Rico, the questions of debt haunt everyday life and shape the colonial reality of the island.