Author Archives: Helena Juenger

John Zilcosky: Uncanny Encounters

Around 1900, when the last blank spaces on their maps were filled, Europeans traveled to far-flung places hoping to find traces of the spectacularly foreign... Read More »

John K. Noyes: Aesthetics against Imperialism

Among his generation of intellectuals, the eighteenth-century German philosopher Johann Gottfried Herder is recognized both for his innovative philosophy of language and history and for his passionate criticism of racism, colonialism, and imperialism... Read More »