Racism against people of Arab and African descent in France has become almost banal – something that takes place and no longer raises an eyebrow.
Through its 300 pages, Kuang exposes the performative nature of anti-racism in publishing: showcasing the boxes that people of colour get put in and how difficult it is for them to be heard.
In this posthumous effort, 'Pirate Enlightenment, or the Real Libertalia' (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2023), Graeber posits, in characteristic fashion, that the Enlightenment would not have happened if not for the pirates around the Malagasy coast.
Will the new king finally apologise for the atrocities committed in the name of the crown?
The book traces the transformative impact that the opium trade had on India, China, Britain and the United States, with profound long-term consequences for the birth of the modern world, and of contemporary globalism.
Every culture has its own identity, sometimes through a craft or uniqueness that it is known for. In the late 18th century,
To remember and to be informed are the most important duties that the colonised bear.
The reality of the communities that are yet to recover from the trauma of Partition.
The longest-serving monarch of the British Empire, Queen Elizabeth II, has passed away at the age of 96, putting an end to a reign that lasted seven decades.