“To read Remote Sympathy in 2020 is to read it within the context of the rise of powerful white supremacists around the world, made more dangerous by the global crisis of Covid [ . . . ] Remote Sympathy is beautifully written and much easier to read [given] its subject matter. [The] historical context of Remote Sympathy feels real, and wears the weight of Chidgey’s years of detailed research lightly.”
Read the full review in The Spinoff NZ.