Shelley Angelie Saggar reviews an account of the Standing Rock event which makes clear the connection between the voices of ancestral resistance and those of contemporary struggle.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a work of poetry that sees the world in powerful detail(s).
As the UK government signals a potential ‘path to citizenship’ to nearly 3 million potential Hong Kong BNOs, and Trump starts the process of revoking Hong Kong’s special treatment, journalist and cultural historian Stuart Walton reflects on public and private histories.
Darren Huang reviews the first English translation of Sanmao’s classic travelogue of love and loss in the Sahara.
Liz Wan reviews a recent addition to an award-winning noir series: an anthology of fourteen deliciously dark tales from Hong Kong.
Historian Jeff Wasserstrom shares with Daniel C. Tsang his historically tempered observations about Hong Kong.
Chris Maden reviews Paul Pickowicz’s account of a unique moment in modern China’s history.
Gerard Delanty surveys recent contentions in political philosophy during the global health crisis.