CATEGORY: Volume 47.01 Spring 2018
We spoke to three leading authors – David Olusoga, Juan Gabriel Vásquez and Javier Cercas – about taboos in their own countries, the issues that people are not talking enough about and the stories that might be currently manipulated
Manipulating history is part of the political playbook right now, Rachael Jolley argues
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The spring 2018 issue of Index on...
The spring 2018 issue of Index on Censorship magazine takes a special look at how governments and other powers across the globe are manipulating history for their own ends
he spring 2018 issue of Index on Censorship magazine explores how across the globe, governments and various groups are using their powers to change their narratives – and manipulate history. Lucy Worsley talks about the Tudor Court and Margaret MacMillan discusses how Germany rewrote its past in the interwar period. Louisa Lim says she wouldn’t be able to write her critically acclaimed book on the Tiananmen Square Massacre today. And Irene Caselli meets the duo behind a museum in Cuba seeking to readdress the country’s dissident past. Elsewhere in the magazine bestselling Palestinian author Abbad Yahya talks to Index about the threats against his life, Laura Silvia Battaglia examines how refugees in Italy are self-censoring themselves in order to fit into their new society and ahead of the release of her new book, award-winning author Christie Watson writes an exclusive short story for Index.
Women of the Wild West have been omitted from popular history and culture, but they’re finally receiving airtime, writes Jan Fox