Janet McIntosh's fascinating book, Unsettled: Denial and Belonging Among White Kenyans, forces an interrogation of the past.
Judi Rever's account of the Rwandan genocide and its aftermath challenges the official narrative.
The tendency of science and research in the Western world to treat issues in isolation, as if one part has no relationship to larger webs of complex interconnection.
That's not a compliment. It is about how development institutions are financing land grabs in the Democratic Republic of Congo.