We are pleased to announce the release of Volume 8 of Past Tense Graduate Review of History.
This past year has produced unprecedented changes and challenges, which significantly impacted the publication of this issue. However, thanks to the hard work and patience of our authors and editorial team, we are thrilled to be able to share three incredible articles by graduate students.
Billy Sawyers’ article examines Japanese colonial power in Taiwan through a study a collection of commemorative postcards from the Truku-Japanese war of 1914.
Laura Tibi’s award-winning article explores ideas of memory, nationhood, and identity in works by Palestinian artists of the twentieth century.
Anna Wenzel’s article brings attention to how Cuban exile political extremism was portrayed in American Cuban exile newspapers of the 1970s.
Thank you for supporting graduate research in history, and please enjoy the latest issue of Past Tense!