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<Juneteenth: Authors Andrea Boyles and Orly Clerge on What the Day Represents

Juneteenth: Authors Andrea Boyles and Orly Clerge on What the Day Represents

This week, President Biden signed a bill to make Juneteenth an official federal holiday. The date commemorates the anniversary of Union army general Gordon Granger’s arrival in Texas to proclaim the end …

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<Interview with Jana Lipman, author of <i>In Camps</i>

Interview with Jana Lipman, author of In Camps

We’re proud to share that the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations has awarded Jana Lipman honorable mention, Ferrell Book Prize for In Camps: Vietnamese Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Repatriates! Learn …

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<A Q&A with J. Paul Goode, Editor-in-Chief of <i>Communist and Post-Communist Studies</i>

A Q&A with J. Paul Goode, Editor-in-Chief of Communist and Post-Communist Studies

Though we are well past the era of European transitions from communist rule, post-communist states and societies continue to react to the experience of rupture. In politics, these influences persist in the populist revolts against neoliberalism and globalization, or the manipulation of collective memory and myth-making of the communist era.

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