Veiled Colonialism Cover photo
Veiled Colonialism, Book Review: Kristof and WuDunn's Half the Sky by Sophia Chong
Genocide Cover Photo
Defining Genocide: The Challenge of Assigning Order to Chaos by Elsa Madeiros
Photography, Racism Cover photo
Photography, Colonialism and Racism by Hannah Mabry
Saving Muslim Women cover photo
"Saving" Muslim Women: Feminism, U.S Policy and the War on Terror by Janine Rich
Arrupe Immersion
Photo Essay: Arrupe Immersion in Colombia by Paige Isaacson

This Issue

'Saving' Muslim Women 120

"Saving" Muslim Women

by Janine Rich

The West has long used the specter of oppressed Muslim women as a political tool to justify an aggressive foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa, and never more so than in the post-September 11th world.

Photography, Colonialism, and Racism 120

Photography, Colonialism, and Racism

by Hannah Mabry

A picture is worth a thousand words. But what happens when pictures only show people what they want to see? Images of Africans have always perpetuated a particular vision of the "dark" continent, a trend that continues today and colors our understanding of current issues like Ebola.

Defining Genocide

Defining Genocide

by Elsa Madeiros

Stopping genocide is a global responsibility. Yet, too often, genocide is not addresses until it is too late. Part of the problem lies in the definition of genocide, a contested issue that leads to confusion and delay, just when they are needed least.

Veiled Colonialism 120

Veiled Colonialism, Book Review: Kristof and WuDunn's Half the Sky

by Sophia Chong

Celebrated for its goal of alleviating the plight of women in Cambodia and elsewhere, Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's Half the Sky is also a tour de force in perpetuating stereotypes of the women and men of the Developing World.

Arrupe Immersion 120

Photo Essay: Arrupe Immersion in Colombia

by Paige Isaacson

A USF student's experience on an Arrupe Immersion trip to Colombia, captured in photos.