Whiteness is the biggest single factor that emerges from the US presidential election. The majority of
In today’s installment of #WhiteHistoryMonth scholar and novelist Jacinda Townsend reviews William Maxwell’s new book, F.B.
We owe a great deal of gratitude to the students at the University of Cape Town
Last night, Twitter in the UK was all over a Channel 4 documentary, “Britain’s Racist Election.”
Miles Davis spent March and April of 1959 recording the astounding Kind of Blue. A few
How whites in South Africa, Rhodesia, Angola, and Mozambique acted in unison to thwart independence.
In the late nineteen-fifties, a brutal but secret war unfolded between French colonial authorities and the
Teaching a graduate seminar on South Africa this semester at The New School (to help prepare a
To kick off White History Month 2015, we have a special inaugural post from Wanlov the Kubolor! Most
Last March was the inaugural White History Month here on Africa is a Country, and without tooting
On one of the last days of AIAC’s first #WhiteHistoryMonth, I found myself getting increasingly annoyed
From this week’s Washington Post Travel Section–“How unexpected: There was more modernity than I expected, such
Today, the theft of Aboriginal children – including babies taken from the birth table – is
The covert nature of the apartheid regime’s “total strategy” to combat revolution rendered much of South
The real question is of course about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the Sherlock Holmes stories.
Frank’s Archive is a project that explores the different functions of books, power and knowledge. My
Time and again, somehow narratives of slavery miraculously seem to always absolve the northern states of
In 1786, François Malépart de Beaucourt, a painter in New France (later Quebec), completed a portrait
In March 1973, Marlon Brando won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in “The
For context: António Oliveira Salazar founded Portugal’s New State dictatorship in 1933. Some Portuguese remember him fondly.