1. 16th-Century Slave Routes: Zapes and Magarabomba in the Early Iberian Atlantic
  2. 20th-Century Missions in Deaf Asian Culture
  3. A Bequest in the Time of Cholera: Epidemics, Education, and Free Orphans of Color in Antebellum New Orleans
  4. A “Big Business Built for Little Customers,” 1948–73
  5. Abolitionist and Anti-Abolitionist Publics in Gradual Emancipation Colombia
  6. “Above the Age of 21 Years”: Age, Dependency, and Parental Assertions of Control in the Early Republic
  7. Academic Research Is Now Almost Always Digital
  8. Accountability, Supervision, and Penalty: Yuan Shikai as a Watchdog in Managing Government Officials
  9. Accounting for History, in the Classroom and Beyond
  10. A Changing America: Exploring Black Power Histories at the National Museum of African American History and Culture
  11. A City of “Familiar Strangers”: Spaces of Legibility, Surveillance, and Queer Pleasure in Late Imperial St. Petersburg
  12. A Clash of Cultures or Different Temperaments: Othering in Russo-Ottoman Diplomatic Contacts in the 18th Century
  13. A Comparative Advantage in Labor Exports? Liberia, Fernando Po, and the League of Nations
  14. A Critical Decade: The 1960s and the Tamiment Library
  15. Actor-Networks and the Possible Ends of Human Historical Agency
  16. A Dead Priest: Violence and the Multilingual State in the China-Vietnam Borderlands
  17. A Digital History of the Sister/Outsiders of US Women’s Activism
  18. A Diplomatic Rendezvous: Ghanaian and Soviet Relations, 1957–66
  19. Advertising Modern Mexico: Beer, Race, and Economic Development in Mid-20th-Century Mexico
  20. “A Eugenic Endeavor”: African American Physicians and the Medicalization of the Negro Problem, 1900–40
  21. A Fragile Authority: Black Mothers and Domestic Partners in Colonial Minas Gerais
  22. African American Business Abroad: John Hervey Wheeler, Diplomacy, and Global Civil Rights, 1959–69
  23. African Independence with French Diplomas? The 1968 Dakar Student Strike and the Question of Sovereignty
  24. African Muslims in the Americas
  25. After the Deluge: The Aircraft Industry, the Cold War, and the Making of Rustbelt Politics
  26. Agency and Activism of Women of Color in Texas
  27. Agency of Drug Users after the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937
  28. Agency Revisited: Business, Class, and Gender in the 19th-Century Agency Economy
  29. Agents, Fraudsters, Subscribers, and Borrowers: Buying and Selling Godey’s Lady’s Book, 1830s–70s
  30. Agents of Change: Education and Creole Children of Color in Post-Civil War New Orleans
  31. “Agents of Disruption and Social Dissolution”: Oppositional Activism in Guerrero, Mexico
  32. Aging in an Ethnic Enclave: Barriers and Opportunities for Older Polish Migrants in Greenpoint
  33. A Hierarchy of Shrines: Creating an Ecclesiastical Model for New Religious Movements, 1400–60
  34. Akwesasne, a Nation Divided by More Than the St. Lawrence River
  35. Albertus’s “Pygmies”
  36. Alfred-Louis Delattre and the Quest for Christian Martyrs: The Politics of Christian Archaeology in the Late 19th Century
  37. “Allying with Heretics”: An Entangled History of Spain and England from European and Transatlantic Perspectives, 1665–80
  38. Alt-ered Histories: Building a Far-Right Movement in the Digital Age
  39. Alternative Visions: Official Masculine Mexicanidad vs. Unofficial Feminine Ambiente in Mexican Nation-Building, 1925–45
  40. Alvin Weinberg’s Promotion of Techno-Fixes in Cold War America
  41. A Martyr for His Season, and Thus All Seasons: Henry Walpole, SJ; Richard Verstegan; and the Elizabethan Catholic Martyr Discourse
  42. American Fossils: Exhibiting Nature and Nation in New York’s Great Dinosaur Hall
  43. American Muslims and “the New World Order”
  44. America’s Chinatowns: Immigrant Segregation in the 19th Century
  45. A Model for an Alternate High School: Sr. Mary Pacis as a Case Study of Catholic Educational Innovation in the 1960s and 70s
  46. Amy Denniston and Women’s Progress Work in Interwar Panama
  47. An All-Consuming Nationalism: Winemaking, Consumer Culture, and National Identity in Mussolini's Italy
  48. An American in Rome: Henry Cabot Lodge’s Service as US Ambassador to the Vatican, 1970–74
  49. “An Amiable and Familiar Affair": Selling Pills, Toiletries, and Foreign Medicines to the Colombian Market, 1860–1920
  50. Anarchist Responses to the Rise of the Welfare State
  51. Anatomy, Anima, and Imago Dei in Early Modern Discussions of Adam and Eve
  52. “An Aversion to Instruction from Book, or Tract, or Bible?” Recovering the Place of Print in Antebellum American Catholicism
  53. Ancestral Offering Rites, Catholicism, and Paradigmatic Mediation: Chinese Catholic and Confucian Intellectual Xia Da-chang's Treatises on the Chinese Rites Controversy
  54. An Emperor on Trial: Colonialism and International Law in 19th-Century India
  55. A New El Dorado: Watering a Transborder Boom Town, 1920–40
  56. A New National Lynching Data Set and New Explanations for Lynching Behavior in the United States, 1684–1983
  57. “An Experiment in Human Slavage”: Utopian Politics and Recovery Counterculture in Postwar Los Angeles, 1958–65
  58. Animals and Critiques of Capitalism in Early Antislavery Writings
  59. Animals, Plants, and Ruins: Colonial Articulations of the Museo Nacional de México
  60. An Inter-American New Deal? The Global Depression and Latin American Economic Diplomacy
  61. An Island of Antifascism: Cubans and the Transnational Struggle against Caribbean Basin Dictatorships, 1944–58
  62. An Ocean Apart: Chinese American Segregated Burials
  63. An Ocean Deep: Labor, Capital, and the Pearling Networks of the Indian Ocean
  64. A Northern Playground: National Park Creation and the Logics of (Dis)Possession in Ontario, 1928–40
  65. Anti-Communism, Gender, and Race in the Depression Era South
  66. Anticorruption in the Late Qing Dynasty, 1840–1912
  67. Anticorruption Policy and Corruption Tolerance: The Lost Political Battle and the Fate of the GMD in the Chinese Civil War, 1946–49
  68. Antiquities: Paper Collections and the Making of Mexico’s Ancient Past
  69. Anti-Tocqueville Counterpoints: The Brazilian Empire Ponders Population Controls in the United States
  70. An Underappreciated Working-Class Vector of Early Modern Globalization: Sailors’ and Maritime Predators’ Information Highways
  71. An Undergraduate Perspective on Ethics
  72. An Updated History Curriculum: If We Build It, Will They Come?
  73. An Urban Benedictine Parish Responds to the Times: St. Mary’s, Newark, NJ
  74. Apartheid and Anti-Apartheid in the 1960s and 1970s
  75. Apartheid’s Wages of Whiteness
  76. A Protestant Threat? The Holy See and the YMCA in the 1920s: American and Global Dimensions
  77. A Quarter-Century Exploration on the Atlantic Slave Trade and Digital History
  78. Archives and Sources on UNESCO, Race, and the United States
  79. Artifacts and Anecdotes: The Role of Antiquarian Culture in Constructing National Identity in Antebellum America
  80. “As Fair and as Objective as Possible”: Choosing Mexican Candidates for US Scholarships in the 1970s–80s
  81. “A Shiftless, Undesirable Class”: The Sexual Policing of Miami’s Bahamian Migrant Communities in the Early 20th Century
  82. Asian Wives and the Emergence of Race in Early Modern Batavia
  83. A South American Pacific: Maritime Workers and Radical Solidarity in Peru and Chile
  84. A Spanish Dreyfus Affair: The Anarchist Human Rights Campaign to Save Francisco Ferrer
  85. Assembling the Diaspora: Black Arts and International Vision
  86. Atlantic Mayas: Yucatan in Transatlantic Perspective
  87. Automobiles, Global Warming, and the Triumph of Liberal Individualism: A Bright Future for Automotive Historians
  88. A View from the Sidelines: Black Women Sportswriters in the Interwar Era
  89. A Waterborne Frontier: Survival, Mobility, and Power on the Hydroscapes of Colonial Brazil, 1750–1835
  90. A Witches’ Sabbath, Gossip, and Transatlantic Communications in New Granada, c. 1715
  91. A ‘Yellow Peril’ and a Nuclear Pariah: The Cold War and China’s Nuclear Program
  92. Bandit or Hero: The Tale of Lu Dingkun on the Yunnan Frontier
  93. Bandits, Rock Fights, and Dan Boat People in the Pearl River Delta
  94. Barbarians by Profession: Ethnically Defined Law and Collision Rules in the Early Medieval West
  95. Bar Brawls: Clergy, Their Superiors, and Tavern-Keeping in the Later Middle Ages
  96. Beauty That Matters: White Gaze and Black Female Bodies in the Italian Cinema of the 1970s
  97. Becoming Polish: Growing Nationalism of Polish Migrants in the United States, 1870–1940
  98. Before Charcas: The Limits of European Authority in the Diego de Almagro Expedition
  99. Before Race Mattered: Ethnic Prejudice in the French Empire, 1635–1767
  100. Before the Human: Africans, Sovereigns, and Slaves
  101. Beilby Porteus: Bishop of London and Abolitionist in the Late 18th to Early 19th Century
  102. Being Black and Ivy: Student Organizing and Activism in the Ivy League, 1945–68
  103. Being Black and Performing German Identity: Black Concert Singers and the German Lied in Interwar Europe
  104. Bernath Lecture: “Pax Americana: Sketches for an Undiplomatic History”
  105. Be the Historian You Want to See in the World: Building a Historian Persona
  106. Between Evangelical Theology and the Liberal Rule of Law: The Confessing Church and the Origins of German Protestant Constitutionalism, 1933–49
  107. Between Friends and Enemies: Women’s Same Gender Relationships in Recent Polish American Fiction
  108. Between Now and Then: Contemporary Processes of European Migration to the United States
  109. Between Past and Present: Allied Sexual Violence as a “Usable Past” in Contemporary Italy
  110. Between the Lof and the Libertadores: The Mapuche and Chilean Independence
  111. Beyond Industrial Policy: Patents, Invention, and Citizenship in the Early Republic
  112. Beyond the Atlantic Crossing: Reckoning with Captives' Multi-Staged Journeys through the Slave Trade
  113. Beyond the Barricades: The Possibilities and Pitfalls of the Campus-Based New Left in Japan
  114. Beyond the Black Jacobins: Reconsidering 19th-Century Haitian Historians
  115. Beyond the Woodblock: State Periodicals and Print Innovation in Late Imperial China
  116. Big Biology, Infrastructures, Algorithms, and Race: How Genomics Became Imbricated in Representations of Race
  117. Big Brother Where Art Thou: The Telephone Tap and the Invention of the American Surveillance State, 1965–78
  118. Big Questions, Many Answers: A Thematic, Document-Based Approach to Teaching US History
  119. Bishop John Timon, Sisters of Charity Hospital, and the Cholera Epidemic of 1849
  120. Bishops, Beaterios, and Girls’ Education: Conflicts between Institutional Identity and Episcopal Policy, 1750–1860
  121. Black Autobiography and Imperial Disruption in Post-emancipation Jamaica
  122. Black Auxiliaries beyond Saint-Domingue: Critiques of the French Nation in the Revolutionary Atlantic
  123. Black Burial Rights and Racialized Burial Borders: A Critique of American Identity at the Burial Ground
  124. Black Deportees and the Surveillance State: Migration Control, Race, and Institutional Tracking in the Early 20th Century
  125. “Black in the Flogging Tree”: Landscape Change and Racial Identities in Amazonia, 1850–2005
  126. Black Léonore of Aquitaine
  127. Black Messiah: Reverend Albert B. Cleage, the Shrine of the Black Madonna, and the Capitalization of Diaspora
  128. Black Missions in Cuba: Tracing Diaspora and Nation through Biography and Religious History
  129. Black Pageants and Public Health in the Era of Jim Crow
  130. Blood Rubber: The Effects of Labor Coercion on Institutions and Coercion in the DRC
  131. Blowin’ in the Dust: The Ephemeral Urban History of Black Rock City
  132. Bodies on Fire: Self-Immolation, Communicative Suffering, and the Limits of Sacramental Imagination
  133. Bones: Pelvises, Skulls, and Measurement Remains at the National Museum
  134. Born in the USA (Made in the GDR): Anglo-American Music in a Communist Record Market
  135. Borrowing from Mussolini: Nazi Germany’s Colonial Aspirations in the Shadow of Italian Colonialism
  136. Bounding Iroquoia: Early Modern Cartography and Indigenous Nationhood
  137. Breaking Codes: Local Enactment of Civil and Commercial Codes in Mexico
  138. Bridging the Historical Thinking Gap: High School History Teachers and Their Methods, Communities, and Identities
  139. “Brothers in Arms” or “Beastly Set of Men”: Poles on the US Colored Troops during the Civil War
  140. Building Bentham’s Panopticon
  141. Building Digital Rubrics for Infinite Literacies
  142. Building Empires on the Backs of Whales: 19th-Century Japanese Whaling and Territorial Expansion
  143. Building Muslim Publics in the United States, 1900–60
  144. Building the State from the Outside: The 1868 Cholera Epidemic and Health Networks in Northwestern Argentina
  145. Burial Rights: Death, Family, and Feminist Revival in Haiti, 1925–38
  146. “But My Babcia Says”
  147. Call to Colors: United States Military Women in the Great War
  148. Calvin’s Unmarked Grave: Marking Ground Beyond the Sacred and Profane
  149. Calvin’s Vision of Reform
  150. Can a Turk Be Gay? Gay Activism and the Politics of Migration, 1969–81
  151. Capital, Letter, Empire: The Alphabet Event in Global History
  152. Care Work, Labor Rights, and Domestic Worker Organizing
  153. Caring Slaves and Precarious Masters: Codependence, Generational Contracts, and Inheritance in 19th-Century Brazil
  154. Carlos Fuentes, Richard Goodwin, and the Alliance for Progress Debate That Never Happened
  155. Carved in Stone: Teaching World War II through Monuments and Memorials
  156. Caste, Class, Hinduism, and Hindutva: Engaging Cox to Understand Modi’s India
  157. Categories and Constructions of Race in 18th-Century Oaxaca, 1750–1800
  158. Catholic College Students and the American Catholic Church: Young Christian Students and the National Federation of Catholic College Students
  159. Catholic Expansion in the 20th-Century West: The Cases of California and Texas
  160. Catholicism, Ethno-Nationalism, and the Making of War Culture in Fascist Italy
  161. Catholics and the Constitutions: A Comparison between J.C. Murray and Giuseppe Dossetti in Postwar Catholicism
  162. Catholics in America and Germany, 1870–1914: Empire and National Identity
  163. Catholics on the Barricades: Poland, France, and “Revolution,” 1939–56
  164. Catholics on the Barricades: Poland, France, and “Revolution,” 1939–56
  165. “Cd’a Indian Tribe Wants Heyburn State Park Back”: An Examination of Federal, State, and Indigenous Environmental Conflict
  166. Challenges and Opportunities for Sustaining Digital Editions
  167. Challenging the Empires from Within: Black Power and the Japanese Anti-Vietnam War Movement
  168. Challenging the Image of the Villain: Catherine De Medici's Politics for Peace
  169. Changes in the Land, Changes in the Body: Labor, Nature, and Belonging in Mauritius, 1940s–50s
  170. Che in New Mexico: Third World Anticolonial Nationalism, Las Gorras Negras, and the Chicana/o Insurgency, 1969–74
  171. Children and Uncle Ho: Ho Chi Minh and His Image as a Propaganda Tool to Fasten New Generations to the Party and the State
  172. Chinese Oil and American Money: Local Economy and International Aid in Chongqing
  173. Christian Democracy and the Sacralization of Politics in Republican Italy
  174. Christian Missions in the Borderlands: New Perspectives from Tierradentro, Colombia, 1900–50
  175. Christian or Family Symbols? The Drawings on the Ceiling of Las Trampas Chapel, New Mexico
  176. Christians Becoming Jews in Muslim Lands: Jewish Perceptions of Race, Nation, and Communal Boundaries in the Late Medieval Mediterranean
  177. Cigalazade Yusuf Sinan Paşa, Clement VIII, and the Question of Conversion in the Early Modern Mediterranean
  178. Circulation of Popular Normative Literature in Spanish America, c. 1650–1750
  179. Circumscribing China with Insects: Rendering Sinophone Natural Sciences Irrelevant in James G. Needham’s Dragonflies of China (1930)
  180. Citadels of Modernity: Exhibiting Castles in Imperial Japan
  181. Citizenship and Nationalism
  182. Citizenship at the Border: Stowaways, State Power, and the Making of Immigration Policy
  183. Civil Rights, Black Power, and the Origins of the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Neighborhood Museum
  184. Claiming Family Benefits across Borders: Race and Algerian Migrants in Post-World War II Morocco
  185. Class, Classes, and Classes of Classes: Where Do History Students Come from, and Where Do They Want to Go?
  186. Classrooms, Clinics, and Civil War Governors: Public History’s Role in Graduate Training
  187. Cloud Beauties and Flower Sisters: The Role of Female Friendship in the Emerging Identity of Chinese-American Women
  188. C.L.R. James and the Future of the Haitian Revolution
  189. Cold War Black Internationalism and the Translation of African Culture
  190. Cold War, Rockefeller Philanthropy, and Medical Education in Brazil during the 1950s
  191. Cold War, Socialist Revolution, and Ethnic Minorities at the Guangxi-Northeastern Vietnam Border, 1954–65
  192. Collaborative Writing with Google Docs
  193. Colonists or Immigrants? Imperialist Themes in American Eugenics in the Early 20th Century
  194. Comics and Global Competence
  195. Comments with Personal Insights into Paradiplomacy in the US and French Caribbean
  196. Comments with Personal Insights into Puerto Rican Paradiplomacy in the UN Circuit
  197. Comments with Personal Paradiplomatic Insights into Puerto Rico’s Caribbean Development Program in the ’90s
  198. Common Ground: Caciques, Artisans, and Radical Intellectuals and the 1927 Chayanta Rebellion
  199. Communicating Competencies to Students
  200. Comparative Perspectives on Patriotism under Occupation in the Second World War
  201. Comparing Governance of Diversity in the Dutch, English, and Portuguese Empires
  202. Computer Vision and Federal Census Data
  203. “Concentration Camps” in French Algeria? Political Internment and the Perils of Memory, 1954–62
  204. Constant and Variable: Chicago’s Experimental 1962 Parish
  205. Constructing an American Mythology: The Boston Tea Party in High School Textbooks
  206. Constructing a Rurality: Valencia, 1750–1920
  207. Constructing the Citizen: The Public Uses of History and Civics in Cuban Schools, 1899–1920
  208. Constructing the Leuser Reserves: Violence, Science, and Indigenous Erasure in Aceh, Indonesia, 1904–30
  209. Consumption and Luxury Goods in the Venetian State, 16th–18th Centuries
  210. Contested Bodies: Relic Veneration in Counter-Reformation Bavaria
  211. Contesting Harriet Beecher Stowe: Morality, Proslavery Southern Women, and Uncle Tom's Cabin
  212. Contesting the Colonial Analogy: Violence, Pluralism, and Political Economy in US Black Politics, 1965–73
  213. Continental Shelf Expansion: The US Interior Department’s Quest for Oil, 1945–69
  214. Continuity in the Connecticut Native American Population
  215. Co-opting the Border: The Dream of African American Integration via Baja California
  216. Creating and Recreating Community in the Gray Zones of Empires
  217. Criminality and Conscience in the First Wave of American Abolition
  218. Criminal Servitude, Authority, and Morality in the Anglo-American World
  219. Crisis of Historical Legitimacy at the Académie des Inscriptions
  220. Crossing Communist Borders: The Impacts of Global Protests and Liberalization Movements on North Vietnam
  221. Crude Geographies and Slippery Borders: Mexican Oil Workers in Texas
  222. Cuba’s Transnational Left-Feminist Networks from Postwar to Cold War
  223. Dance Not Like Herodias, but as David Did: Dance and Gendered Transgression in 16th- and 17th-Century English Sermons
  224. DC 1968
  225. Dealing with Digital Overload: Teaching with Primary Sources in an Age of Databases, Digitization, and Abundance
  226. Death and Burial among Arab and Chaldean Americans
  227. Death Control in the West: New Research on Routine Infanticide in Northern Italy, 16th–18th Centuries
  228. Death of the Object; or, The “Inherent Corruption” of a Peruvian Mummy and the Microhistory of Things
  229. Debt, Development, and Human Rights: The North-South Dialogue in Latin America, 1974–82
  230. Deceivingly Sweet: Sugar, Slavery, and Slave Resistance in Early Colonial Cuba
  231. Decolonizing Violence in Indonesia, 1945–49: Death Trains, Liberators, and (Dutch) Nazis
  232. Defining Boundaries of Communal Behavior: Unruly Women in 18th-Century Mexico
  233. Defining Cuban Antifascism, 1925–41
  234. “Degenerate Spaces and Giddy Girls”: Women, Dancing, and National Identity in the Irish Free State
  235. Demarcating Ritual and Transgressive Intoxication: Magic Mushrooms, Marijuana, and Tourism in Huautla de Jimenez
  236. De Puerto Rico para el Mundo: Preparing for the Quincentenary Celebrations, 1985–92
  237. Desertion and Resistance among Slave Soldiers of the Union Army
  238. Designing a Digital Archive for Access and Inquiry
  239. Designing a Primary Source-Based Teaching Tool for Educators
  240. Despotic Monopoly in Trade
  241. Developing and Implementing the Reconstruction Interpretive Plan
  242. Developing Women, Developing the Nation: Public Health and Human Capital in Postrevolutionary Bolivia
  243. Deviance, Race, and Childhood in Early Criminal Justice Reform
  244. Diaspora, Culture, or Territory: The Idea of India in the 21st Century
  245. Diego Rivera’s Trotskyist Sojourn
  246. Difficult Beginnings in a New Land: Social and Ethnic Relations in the Americas in the Memoirs of Polish Immigrants
  247. Digging through the Archives Together: Collaborative Research in Medieval Gender and Jewish History
  248. Digitally Analyzing the Uneven Ground: Language Borrowing among Indian Treaties
  249. Diocesan Priesthood Formation Goes West: Sulpician and Vincentian Contributions to Seminary Education
  250. Discriminating Sex: White Leisure and the Making of the American “Oriental”
  251. Disease and Local Identity Construction in Early 19th-Century Spain
  252. Disenfranchising Arizonenses: Citizenship and Defining the Body Politic in the Early 20th-Century US-Mexico Borderlands
  253. “Dishonest Words, Noises, and Extraordinary Shouting”: Mapping Sound in Early Modern Florence
  254. Distinctive and Connecting Identifications: Regionality, In-migration, Emigration
  255. Django in the Classroom: Quentin Tarantino’s Intervention in the Discussion about Slavery and Its Aftermath; or, How to Span the Divide between US History 1 and 2
  256. Do Black Politicians Matter?
  257. Doing It in Public: Presenting Historical Sources on LGBT History in a Public Exhibition
  258. Dominga de la Cruz Becerril and Trina Padilla de Sanz: “Race” and Class among Nacionalista Women in Late 1920s and 1930s Puerto Rico
  259. Don’t Fear the Gutter: Platforms, Formats, and Comics in Postwar and Postmodern Japan
  260. “Don’t Look at Me!” Reframing the Lens of Black Queer Life and Sociality
  261. “Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You”: Historiography and Active Learning Assignments in the Introductory History Classroom
  262. Doubly Non-absent: The Jewish Male Body during the Holocaust
  263. “Down Go the Mean Old Germs!” Creating Antiseptic Havens in Cold War America
  264. Drafting Protection for Immaterial Property in the Age of Heavy Industry
  265. Driving the Neoliberal Surround
  266. Drug Smuggling, the Singularity, and Automated Borders
  267. “Dude, Where’s My Slave?” Roman Slavery at Night
  268. Duke University
  269. Dutch Nurses and World War I: From Militarisation to Pacifism
  270. Dynamics of the Stepping-Stone Theory in Devising Public Policies in the War on Drugs
  271. “Each Following His Own Destiny”: The Formation of the “African Battalion” in Unification-Era Santo Domingo
  272. Echoes of the Haitian Revolution: Entangled Soundscapes in Jefferson’s World
  273. Economy and Rebellion between Argentina and Chile, 1850s–60s
  274. Embodying Indecency: Policing Acts and Identities in 19th-Century Paris
  275. Emiliano Mundrucu and the Sinews of Inter-American Abolitionism
  276. Empire and Ethnicity in the Early Medieval West
  277. Empire’s Double Edge: Coercion and Care in British Imperial Camps, 1876–1903
  278. Emplacing Nature: Human Territoriality and Leaf-Cutting Ants in Preindustrial Brazil
  279. Ending the Disappearances: Analyzing US Diplomacy in Argentina, 1976–83
  280. En Esta Quieta y Pacífica Posesión: Preserving Pardo Community and Autonomy in the Eastern Andes
  281. Engaging Students in the Survey Course: Practical Tips for Incorporating Online Resources in the Classroom
  282. Erasmus’s Vision of Reform
  283. Erosion and Erasure: Race and Landscape in South Carolina’s Cotton-to-Pine Transition
  284. “E Tanti Son Li Zenoesi - e per Lo Mundo Si Destexi...”: The Importance of Hometown Identity in the Medieval Mediterranean World.
  285. Ethical Dilemmas and the Dean’s Office
  286. Ethics and the Public Historian
  287. Ethics and the Rhetoric of Friendship in the Yale Peruvian Expedition
  288. Ethics Training and the Graduate Student
  289. Ethnē at the Limits: Collectivities and Change in the China-Southeast Asia Borderlands
  290. Ethnic and National(ist) Visions in the 18th Century
  291. Eunuchs in Life, Death, and Freak Shows: The Visuality of Race and Gender in Iran, 1860–1900
  292. Evading the Inquisition and Feasting the Ancestors in the Colonial Spanish Philippines
  293. E Wehe Ae: Telephone Technology in Kalākaua’s Hawai'i
  294. Examining Black Narratives through Film: The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Center for African American Media Arts
  295. Excavating the Infirm: Miracle Stories as Disability History
  296. Excited State: How the Nuclear Sector Disciplined the Argentine Military Government, 1976–83
  297. Executive Orders in Wartime: Civil Liberties and Executive Power from Truman to Trump
  298. Exile and Honey: The Eschatological Message of Casiodoro De Reina’s Biblia Del Oso
  299. Experiencing the Eastern Front
  300. Experiencing World History in the Classroom: Videos, Music, and Podcasts
  301. Experimenting with Sentiment Analysis and User Interfaces on the Digital Austin Papers
  302. Externalization and Its Limits: The Concentric Rings around the United States
  303. Facing the Atlantic: Autonomous Indians in Colonial Brazil
  304. Faith and Doubt in the French Clergy—Letters to Renan
  305. Faith and Family: Reconstructing the Jesuit Enslaved Community in Southern Maryland, 1717–1838
  306. Faithful Citizenship: The Politics of American Catholics in the Civil War Era
  307. Fallen Heroes: Bringing the Story of Wartime into the Classroom
  308. False Sanctity and Discipleship in Early Modern Italy: Women and Their Claims to Spiritual Authority
  309. Famine, Nutrition, and Race in the French Empire
  310. Fashioning and Performing Martial Femininities: Military Uniforms, Modernity, and Gender Identities in the British Women’s Corps, 1914-20
  311. Fat Shaming as Race Shaming
  312. Fear and Loathing: Ethnic German Attitudes to the Slavs of Southeast Europe in the Light of Nazi Anti-Slavism, Anti-Communism, and Anti-Semitism
  313. Female Friendship in Homosocial Context: Sociological and Historical Perspective
  314. Feminine Aesthetics and Identities in Women’s Neo-Pagan Spiritual Communities on the American West Coast
  315. Fighting Moros, Forging Empire: Catholic Anti-piracy in Spain’s Asian Empire, 1749–62
  316. Fighting the War on Poverty in Mississippi
  317. Final Passages: The Intra-American Slave Trade Database
  318. Financial Management in the Cold War US Military
  319. Financing the African Colonial State: The Revenue Imperative and Forced Labor
  320. Finding Ancient Immigrant Lives
  321. Flowers, Ballots, and Bullets: The Brazilian Abolitionist Movement
  322. For a More Just City: The Santiago Metro in Allende’s Chile
  323. Forced Agriculture after Abolition: Vagrancy Laws in Liberia of the 1960s
  324. Forced Military Recruitment and Legal Strategies of Resistance at the Turn of the 20th Century
  325. Forgotten Figures: Indigenous Contributions to Nation-State Formation in the Río de la Plata
  326. Forgotten Histories: Recuperating Queer Femme Identities through Life Writing
  327. Forgotten: The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918
  328. “For the Dignification of Women”: Cuba and the 1959 Congress of Latin American Women in Santiago de Chile
  329. Founding Air Jamaica: Postcolonial Aspirations for, and American Resistance to, Freedom of the Skies
  330. Fracturing the Antipoverty Coalition: Race, Religion, and Opposition to the War on Poverty
  331. Framing Chaos: Contingency, Community, and American Missionary Visual Practices in Wartime China
  332. Framing Deep Pasts: Atavisms, Retrogressions, and Race Science in the Making of Neuroscientific and Genetic Medicine, c. 1880–1980
  333. Francisco de Vitoria on the Charcas Frontier: The Juridical Basis for the Conquest and Enslavement of “the Chiriguanaes,” 1568–74
  334. Francis Knight and Niuzhuang: Treaty Ports and Sino-American Relations in the Early and Mid-19th Century
  335. Francoist Spain's Spiritual Quest and Argentine Authoritarianism during the Cold War
  336. Freedom Sounds: Framing the Story of African American Music in a National Museum
  337. Free People of Color as Counterrevolutionaries: Power Struggles in Saint-Domingue and the Twists of Racial Thinking in Republican France, 1794–99
  338. French Geodesic Science, the Liberal Revolution, and Indigenous Resistance in Ecuador: The Shuyu Incident
  339. Friends from Nowolipki: Female Friendship among Working-Class Women in Warsaw, 1905–35
  340. “Fritz Ritz”: The Experience of German Prisoners of War in World War II Alabama
  341. From 1960s Indigenism to 1970s Marxist Leninism: Argentina's Frente Indoamericano Revolucianrio Popular and Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo
  342. From Arthur O’Leary to John England: The Intellectual Influence of an Irish Capuchin Friar on the First Bishop of Charleston, South Carolina
  343. From Berea to Junaluska: Challenges to the Appalachian War on Poverty
  344. From Berlin to Saigon and Back: The Transnational Imagination of West German Center-Right Activists
  345. From Chad to Libya to Paris: Colonial Violence and the Rise of Fascism in France
  346. From Christendom to Europe: Nation, Identity, and Authority in the Jagiellonian Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Habsburg Spanish Empire
  347. From Classroom to Confiscation: The Mandate to “Collect Everything” in 1930s Brazilian Ethnography
  348. From Curaçao to Veracruz: Slavery, Commerce, and Controversy in the 1680s
  349. From Embodied Republicanism to Empowered Bodies: Physiology and Political Thought in the Antebellum North
  350. From Empire to International Development: Fascism, Italian Colonialism, and the International Institute of Agriculture
  351. From Fascism to Liberation Theology: Catholic Nationalism in Peru, 1930–80
  352. From Guarapiranga to Billings: Changes in São Paulo’s Urban Water Supply, 1940–60
  353. From Havana to Belgrade and Back Again: Revolutionary Cuba Joins the Third World
  354. From Hiroshima to Dresden: Recasting National Histories of Wartime Suffering
  355. From Historian of 17th-Century Mexico to Cyber Security Expert: A Tale of Two Careers
  356. From Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo to Norman Asing: Incorporating the “Pacific World” into the Early US History Survey
  357. From “Low Polish” to “Proud Kashubian”: The Case Study of David Shulist
  358. From “Rechtsleben” to “Lebensrecht”: On Life's Victory over Law in the Pages of the Archive for Legal and Economic Philosophy, 1907–33
  359. From Scarification to “Country Marks”: Individual, Ethnic, and Racial Marking in the Early Modern Atlantic
  360. From the Jewish Merchants of Oran to Indigènes Israélites: Emancipation and Exclusion in Colonial Algeria
  361. From the Kinsey Scale to Homosexualities: Studies of Same Sex Desiring Persons at the Institute for Sex Research, 1955–81
  362. From the Unbelievable to the Impossible: The 1971 World Championships of Women’s Football
  363. “From Washington Boulevard to Easy Street”: State Lotteries and Black Social Mobility in the 1980s
  364. Gambling and Male Sociability in the Streets of Early Modern Rome
  365. Gender and Sexuality in Our Understanding of the Holocaust
  366. Gendered Power: Hydroelectric and Nuclear Energy Transitions in the Tennessee River Valley
  367. Gender Trouble in Guatemalan Student Movement Memories
  368. Generalizing Caste: Activist and Scholarly Challenges to the Geographic Specificity of Caste
  369. Geneticism and the Ongoing Search for Jewish Identity
  370. Genetics, Politics, and Dangerous Essentialism
  371. Genomics and Identity in History and in Historical Analysis: Can Genetics “Tell Us Who We Really Are”?
  372. “Germanness” in the Ghetto: German-Polish Police in Lodz/Litzmannstadt, 1940–44
  373. Giving Voice to the Presidential Title Controversy of 1789
  374. Globalizing the Heartland: Bringing a Transnational Focus to Midwestern History in the US Survey Classroom
  375. Global Respectability in the Emerging Women’s Press of 1940s Algeria
  376. “Good Enough to Suckle the Child”: Partus Sequitur Ventrem and the 1783 New Jersey Case of the Negro Philip
  377. Good Neighbor Cultural Diplomacy in World War II: The Art of Making Friends
  378. Good Neighbors, Family, or Business Partners in a Time of War? An Analysis of Good Neighbor Diplomacy through Short Films Produced by the Office of the Coordinator of the Inter-American Affairs in the 1940s
  379. Go West, Young Muslim: Frontier Nation-Building and the Infrastructures of Chinese Muslim Identity Construction, 1927–49
  380. Graduate Experience Working with Undergraduates
  381. Greenpoint, Brooklyn Then and Now: A View from the Street
  382. Grounding Gender and Race Self-Determination in Global Anticolonialism: Tejanas and the Third World in the 1970s
  383. Gusts of Popular Feeling: The Other Volatile State on the Korean Peninsula
  384. Half-Breeds, Mongrels, and Mules: Half-Tibetans at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism, 1900–60
  385. Harlem, Slavery, and Mexico’s Radical Tradition in the 1930s
  386. Have an Erotic Day: Producing Sex-Positive Feminism at the Lusty Lady Theater
  387. Hearing Echoes: Reception History and the Musical Memorial
  388. Hemispheric Connections: The American Civil War and Afro-Brazilian Geopolitical Imagination
  389. He Pointed Them North: Frank Reaugh and the Creation of the Texas Cowboy as Culture Bearer
  390. “He Seemed Like a Slave”: Kidnapping and Labor Coercion in the Early 17th-Century Caribbean
  391. Hints and Blueprints: Paperwork and Political Economy between Empires
  392. Hiroshima Tourism and the Long Shadow of Militarism in Postwar Japan
  393. Historians, Archivists, and Librarians: The Challenges, Opportunities, and Necessities for Collaboration
  394. Historical Inquiry as Library Staff Development
  395. Historical Narratives, the “Dying Race,” and US Colonialism in Hawai'i, 1880–1920
  396. History by the Numbers: Some Basic Quantitative Approaches to Teaching History
  397. History, Fiction, and the Space in Between: Writing Histories of the Self
  398. History Is Not a Box—You Can't Think Outside It
  399. Home Alone in Pinochet’s Chile: Memories of Adolescence under Authoritarianism
  400. Horses, Slaves, and Sugar: New England and the 18th-Century Atlantic World
  401. How 19th-Century Americans Quoted Their Bibles
  402. How a High School Spanish Teacher Became a Historian of the Llanos Orientales of Colombia
  403. How Brazil’s 1970s–80s Biofuel Program Turned Rural Workers into a Cold Lunch
  404. “How Could I Not Love You?” American Women and US-Chinese Detente
  405. How Global Was Early Modern Iberian Imperium?
  406. How States See Household Workers: The Politics of Regulating Domestic Service in 20th-Century Latin America
  407. How Texas Discovered Columbus: The Columbia Legacy in Texas Textbooks, 1919–2017
  408. How to Fit into the Third World? New Left Culture and Politics in 1960s Argentina
  409. How Web Crawlers Help Shape the Vocabulary of Job Skills
  410. How, When, and Why Did Jews Become Semites and Blacks Hamites?
  411. Humane Detention: Care and Displacement at the End of Empire
  412. Humanizing Capital and Capitalizing Humans: A Gilded Age History
  413. Human-Object Relations and the Invention of the Noble Savage
  414. Hunters, Rangers, Cougars, and Jaguars: Human and Nonhuman Territories at the Argentine-Brazilian Border, 1960s–80s
  415. “I Became a Nomad in the Land of Nomadic Tribes”: Polish Jewish Refugees in Central Asia during the Shoah
  416. Ibérico: Cured Meats and Discourses of Rurality in Late 20th-Century Marketing of the Global Gastronomic “Brand Spain”
  417. Identity, Trauma, and Iconography: German Women’s War Art, 1914–24
  418. I Fall to Pieces: Leprosy, Marriage, and Rights in Medieval Canon Law
  419. “I Just Had a Fight with My Girlfriend”: Silent-Era Screen Star Ramón Novarro’s Performance of the Closet
  420. Illicit Border-Crossings in Mandate Palestine: Undermining and Transforming Categories of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality through Subversive Movement
  421. Illnesses Known and Hidden: Health Status and Slaves’ Legal Agency in 18th-Century Colombia
  422. Imagining an Imperial Future: Partition Planning in British Mandate Palestine
  423. Immigrant Aid Agencies in the United States and Europe on the Eve of World War II
  424. Imperial Cohesion and Ethnic Difference: Basques in the Early Modern Spanish Atlantic
  425. Imperial Performances: Public Circumcisions of Ottoman Princes, 1457–1582
  426. “In Africa, in Days Gone By…”: Gender, Intellectualism, and the Philosophizing of Cameroonian History
  427. “In America è Vietato Essere Brutte”: Advertising American Beauty in the Italian Women’s Magazine Annabella, 1945–65
  428. In Between the First and the Third World: Japanese Perception of Third Worldism in the Global Sixties
  429. Inca Princesses with Tanned Skin: Constructing the New Bolivian Entrepreneurs
  430. Indian Trust Funds and Compensatory Justice: A Long View
  431. Indigenous Beverage, Mainstay of the Gaucho Diet, and Hip Social Activity: Yerba Mate, a Racialized Commodity in Argentina
  432. Indigenous Movements in the Eye of the Hurricane
  433. Indigenous Natural History in the “Aztec Encyclopedia”
  434. Indigenous Oral Histories in Dallas Inspired by #NoDAPL and Water Is Life Coalition Building
  435. Indigenous Slavery from Out on the Edge
  436. Indulgences and the World’s Oldest Profession
  437. Industrial Manifest Destiny? American Manufacturers and Territorial Expansion, 1838–50
  438. Infanticide and Emigration: Honor and the Women Who Remained Behind
  439. Infinite Indenture: 19th-Century Chinese Coolie Labor across Empires
  440. Informal but Legal: Military-Labor Networks in the Arabian Sea
  441. Infrastructure, Regional Development, and Internal Displacement in Mexico
  442. Infrastructures of Desire: Transport Mobilities and Immobilities in the Mexican Drug Trade during the 20th Century
  443. Inserting Native Peoples in the Atlantic/Pacific Narrative
  444. Integrating and Preserving Digital Texts and Images
  445. Inter-American Connections: Commercial Strategies in the Age of Atlantic Revolutions, 1790–1822
  446. International Law and the Politics of Neutrality in the Sino-French War, 1884–85
  447. Interpreting Reconstruction for Diverse Audiences
  448. Intimate Secretes: Stasi Observation of Gay and Lesbian Activism in the GDR Recorded in the Stasi File of Eduard “Eddy” Stapel, 1982–89
  449. Intimate Servants and Political Power: Tracking Two Eunuch Lives in the Late Mughal World
  450. In Word and Image: The Promise of Haitian Culture and Politics in 19th-Century Philadelphia
  451. Irish Migrants, Antebellum American Slavery, and Southern Nationalism
  452. Irish Women, Poor Law Guardians, and the Challenges of State-Sponsored Migration
  453. Irrigating the Revolution: The Politics of Water in Bolivia’s National Revolution, 1952–64
  454. ISIS, Monuments, and History
  455. “I Still Have Questions”: The Limits of the Historical Record
  456. Italian Catholics Confront Divorce, 1954–74
  457. Italian Women in Uniform during World War I
  458. Italy’s Odd Couple: Alcide De Gasperi, Pietro Nenni, and the Founding of the Italian Republic
  459. It’s Based on a True Story, Every Module, Every Week: Teaching World Civ since 1500 through Popular Culture Analysis
  460. Je Brûle Ma Nation: Royalism and Rayanos in the Borderlands of Hispaniola
  461. Jewish-Catholic Relations in the United States: Transnationalism, American Jews, and Catholic Politics in the 1930s
  462. Jewish Rural Cemeteries and Local Constructions of Citizenship in 19th-Century New York City
  463. Jihad between Taipei and Mecca: A Liberating Force for Racialized ”Ethnic Minority”
  464. Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, El Bogotazo, and the Development of the Organization of American States, 1946–48
  465. Joseph Banks and the Skull Trade
  466. Journey into Being: Africanist, Gender and Oral Historian
  467. Juggling Breadth and Depth: Teaching Queer History in World History Surveys
  468. Julie Billiart, the Sisters of Notre Dame De Namur, and the Crisis in the Diocese of Ghent, 1811–15
  469. Justice by Artifacts and Transparencies: Scribes and Their Material Culture in 17th- and 18th-Century Peru and Chile
  470. Policing Jewish Holocaust Survivors in Postwar Germany
  471. K-12 Curriculum Building for Reconstruction History
  472. Kabul Cosmopolitan: Radio Afghanistan and the Politics of Popular Culture, 1960–79
  473. Kinship, Ethnicity, and the Development of Many Indio Categories in Spanish Legal Practice
  474. Knabenliebe: Youth Protection and the Decriminalization of Male Homosexuality in Weimar Germany
  475. Korczak Ziółkowski’s Crazy Horse Memorial as a Phantasmagoria
  476. Labor, Kinship, and the 19th-Century Worlds of Asa Valentine
  477. Law and Sanctity in the Cults of 13th-Century Siena
  478. Law of Nations Theory and the Native Sovereignty Debates: The Mysore Restoration
  479. Learned Diversity: Late Medieval and Early 16th-Century Cracow
  480. Learning from “La Revolución”: The Cuban Ten Years’ War and Debates over International Recognition in the United States, 1868–78
  481. Learning to Be a Citizen: Literacy Campaigns in the Argentine Army, 1910–30
  482. Leaving for Lands Unknown: The 1820s African American Emigration to Haiti
  483. Legacy and Legitimacy: Race, Sexuality, and the Cowboy in 20th-Century American History
  484. Lessons under the Bridge: Chicano Park as Critical Spatial History
  485. Liberalism and German Nationalism in Post-Nazi Carinthia
  486. Liberation: Nursing the Starved Body and Understanding Sexual Identity
  487. Liberators or Dissidents? Barbados I, Anthropologists, and Indigenous Rights
  488. Liberta by Trade? Entanglements of Inheritance, Kinship, and Unfree Labor in Gradual Abolition Buenos Aires, 1820s–30s
  489. Liberty and Justice for All? German Women and African American Men during Germany’s Hunger Years
  490. Listening to the World: Reconstructing Audience Experiences of International Broadcasting, 1927–39
  491. Literacy, Rumors, and the Public Sphere in Venezuela during the Age of Revolutions
  492. Literary Periodicals and the Politics of Genre Creation in Restoration Paris
  493. “Little More Room Than a Drawing”: Flattening Animals and Reconstructing Craft Practice in the British Atlantic, 1740–1820
  494. “Little Things Are Big”: Jesus Colon, Race, and the Transnational Ghosts of the Puerto Rican Left
  495. Lived Catholicism and Working-Class Consciousness: The Case of Grace Holmes Carlson, 1906–92
  496. “Living Is Simply Different Here”: The American Dream in Greenpoint
  497. Local and National Partnerships
  498. Local History in Action
  499. Local Organizing through a Global Lens: Muriel Snowden, Boston, and the Pan-African Movement
  500. Locusts Made Simple: Holding Humans Responsible for Insect Behavior in China in the 18th and 19th Centuries
  501. Lo Extrajudicial: The Space between Court and Casa in the Spanish Empire
  502. Long Live African Women Wherever They Are! Black Women, Pan-Africanism, and Black Power’s Global Reach
  503. “Los Dibujos de Psicópatas”: Honorio Delgado and the Reception of Psychoanalysis in Lima, Peru, 1915–40
  504. Losing Laroche: The Story of the Titanic’s Only Black Passenger
  505. Louisiana’s Anti-Confederate Slaves versus Basilicata’s Anti-Italian Peasants: Race, Class, and Nation in Comparative Perspective, 1862–65
  506. Love Thy Neighbor and Dance: Dance as an Expression of Neighborly Love in France, 16th and 17th Centuries
  507. Loyal Royal Vassals: Black Vecinos and the Castilian Crown in the Early Hispanic Atlantic
  508. Luther’s Vision of Reform
  509. Ma'i Ma Ka 'Oihana Mauli Ola: Understanding the Ancient Hawaiian Health System and Indigenous Perceptions of Disease through a Sociocultural History
  510. Major Powell Turns 150: A Sesquicentennial Interdisciplinary Reassessment of the Expeditions of John Wesley Powell between 1867–75
  511. Making a Middle Class: African American Women and the Emergence of the Liberian Nation
  512. Making a Migrant Ministry in Michigan, 1950–64
  513. Making an American Tragedy: MOVE, the Philadelphia Police, and the Politics of Urban Law Enforcement
  514. Making Better Neighbors: Serafino Romualdi’s Quest for Transnational Anti-Fascist Networks in South America during World War II
  515. Managing Diversity: Supervising Functions in Managing Colonial Workplaces
  516. Manliness and Mestizo Nationalism in the Forging of a Charro-Mexican State Relationship, 1920–50
  517. Mannequins, Dancers, and Relics: Differentiation and Racism in the Ethnographic Exhibition Halls of the Museo Nacional de Antropología of Mexico
  518. Manufacturing Diplomacy: Preprinted Treaties in the “Scramble” for Africa
  519. Mapping Disease, Race, and Class in New Orleans, 1877–1915: The Effects of Mortality Terrains on Socioeconomic Development
  520. Mapping the General Strike: The Political and Economic Impact of African American Self-Emancipation under Reconstruction
  521. Mapping the Invisible Intermediaries: Historians’ Craft and Digital Search
  522. Mapping the Social Diversity of a Progressive-Era City from 300,000 Names
  523. March and the “Nine Word Problem”
  524. Market-Women and the Military: The West Indies Regiments and the Informal Economy in 18th-Century Jamaica
  525. Markup for Ancient Japanese Transactions through Engi-Shiki
  526. Mary Church Terrell: Race Relations in International Perspective
  527. Masculinities: Honor and Sexual Status in Homosexual Sex Work
  528. Master of All They Survey? Historiography and Research Methods as “Content” in High School History
  529. Materializing the Spiritual Core: Italo-Greek Hagiography and the Construction of Sainthood
  530. Mayas in Revolution
  531. MEDEA Bookkeeping Ontology for Interoperability of Scholarly Editions of Accounts
  532. Meeting the China Threat: The Bandung Conference and US Policy toward Asian Nationalism
  533. Melanesia’s Mau-Maus? Black Power in Papua New Guinea
  534. Memories of Immigration: Rearticulation of Ethnoreligious Identity in the South Texas Polish Community
  535. Memory and the Contentious Politics of Urban Development in Bogotá, Colombia
  536. Mestizos, Moriscos, and the 16th-Century Dialogue around Christian Subjecthood in the Spanish Empire
  537. Mexican by Any Other Name: The Hispano Homeland Debate and the Racial Currents of Hispanidad
  538. Migrants Mobilizing for the Homeland: The Relation between Political Activism in Poland and the United States in the 1980s
  539. Migrant Women and the Chinese Protectorate: Gender, Labor, and the Politics of Border Control in British Malaya, 1877–1939
  540. Migration and the Limits of Transnationalism
  541. Militarizing the Empire: The 18th-Century Spanish Convict Labor System in the Circum-Caribbean
  542. Military Land Withdrawals and the President’s “So-Called Inherent Authority to Do Many Things in the Public Interest”
  543. Military Mobilization Movements in Exile: From the Hungarian Legion to the Löveszek Movement, 1942–70
  544. Minding the Standard: Global Studies, Queer History, and the New York State Regents Exams
  545. Mining the ICC: Macroanalysis of the Indian Claims Commission Decisions
  546. Miscegenation in the Medieval European Imagination
  547. Mobilizing Metal for Total War: The Paradoxical Role of Jewish Scrap Metal Traders
  548. Modeling Memories of Conflict: Understanding Memory and Space in Medieval Biography Using Corpus Linguistics and Network Analysis
  549. Modern DNA and the Peopling of the British Isles
  550. Modernizing Malindi: State Capitalism and Fishing on the Coast of East Africa
  551. Molding and Modeling Italianità: Teaching National Identity in Italy’s South Tyrol, 1923–34
  552. Monks and Revolutionaries: Right-Wing Youth in Mexico and Argentina during the 1960s
  553. “More Discrimination Is Necessary": Race, Risk, and Investment in the 1920s
  554. More Than a Tacit Alliance: Trade, Soft Power, and US-Chinese Rapprochement Reconsidered
  555. More Than Auxiliary: Caribbean Women and Social Organizations in the Interwar Period
  556. Mozart and the Moravians: A Transatlantic History
  557. Multiple “Yekkish” Masculinities: A Transnational Comparison between Canada and Palestine after 1933
  558. Murder, Museums, and Memory Holes: Cold War Public History in Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City, and Phnom Penh
  559. Muslim Bans Past: Immobilizing Ottoman Migrants in Wartime America, 1917–20
  560. “My Body Is My Patria”: Dancing Community and Nationhood in the 1960s Cuban Diaspora
  561. “My Skin Has an Accent”: Immigrants’ Children as Germans and Not
  562. Mystical Suffering in Medieval Beguine Lives and Encounters
  563. Myths of American Indifference: The St. Louis, Anne Frank, and the War Refugee Board
  564. Narrating Histories of Wealth and Poverty in America’s Second Gilded Age
  565. Narrating the Living Conditions and Life Experiences of Toronto’s Irish Poor in the 1850s and 1860s
  566. National Defense and the “Indian Problem”: Examining US Involvement in the Inter-American Indian Institute, 1940–55
  567. National History Day Senior Individual Exhibit Winner: The Safekeepers of History: A Monumental Stand for Cultural Preservation during the Second World War
  568. Nationalism, Ethnic Cleansing, and Genocide
  569. Nationalities of Nomads and Locusts in the Jazira, 1920–40
  570. National Water Control and Supply Sustainability in Postrevolutionary Mexico, 1920–46
  571. Native Life on Native Terms: Wilderness, Oil Development, and Indigenous Self-Determination in the Battle for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
  572. Nativism Reconsidered: Chinese Rice Networks, Commercial Crisis, and Cosmopolitics in Colonial Saigon, 1918–23
  573. Nazi Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective before and during the Holocaust
  574. Negotiating East Germany: Angolan Student Migration during the Cold War, 1976–90
  575. Negros e Indios: The Intersection of Ethnohistory and Atlantic History
  576. Neoliberal Regimes of Knowledge: The 1980s and 1990s Phenomenon of Establishing Universities within the Corporation
  577. Networking as a Research Skill
  578. Network Mapping: French Print in Exile
  579. New Communities and Fraught Encounters: Jewish Refugees on the Soviet Home Front
  580. Newsreeling the Empire: Fascist Mass Cinematography and the Ethiopian War, 1935–41
  581. News, War, and a Contested Succession: Official and Extra-Official Sources of Information in New Spain, 1701–14
  582. New Year's Day Ceremony and the Construction of Political Order in Qing China
  583. Nguyen-Catholic Alliance in the Late 18th and Early 19th Century
  584. “No Barbarian Dared to Break His Proper Bounds”: Fleeting Roman Power and the Pursuit of Glory in Late Antiquity
  585. No Longer a Laughing Matter: The Police, the Public, and the Tupamaros during the Uruguayan Dictatorship
  586. “Nominally” the Boss: The Rise and Fall of Carol Ferris in Silver Age Green Lantern Comics
  587. North of Reconstruction: Black Yankees Confront the 13th Amendment
  588. No Sellout in ’64: Black Nationalism, Western Marxism, and the Contested Third World Politics of the Freedom Now Party
  589. Not All in the Family: American Polonia in the Decade of the 1970s
  590. Notes from an Exodusters Archive
  591. “Not Just a Maid in a White Man’s House”: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women in the Australian Defense Services in WWII
  592. Not Multicultural in Theory but Multicultural in Reality: Texas Art to 1876
  593. November 11, 1918, Viewed from Tehran: Iranian Responses to the Armistice
  594. Objectivity, Race, and Cold War Social Science: Race Relations in World Perspective
  595. Oil Sovereignty, American Foreign Policy, and the 1968 Coup in Iraq
  596. Old Christian Moriscos in Early Modern Castile
  597. Old World Roots, New World Shoots: A Transatlantic Understanding of Indigenous Religion in Colonial Mexico
  598. On Apples and Anarchy: Diet and Politics at Fruitlands
  599. Oninomauhtiaya (I Was Afraid): Hernando Ruiz De Alarcón’s Campaign against Nahua Healing and Ritual Knowledge, 1612–29
  600. Online Teaching Tools: A Crash Course in Collaborative Learning
  601. “Only Your White-Faced, Sunken-Chested, Curved-Backed Little Christians”: Immigration, Race, and the Nationalization of the Child Labor Problem in the United States, 1904–16
  602. “On Not Becoming Cuban”: “African” Immigrants in Early 20th-Century Cuba
  603. On “Smoking Guns”: The Curious Case of the Israeli State Archives
  604. On the Fringes of Empire: The Religio-political Scope of Christianity in the Early Modern Caucasus
  605. On the History of the Relations between Brazilian and American Physics
  606. On the Minority Question: Constituent Assembly Debates on Secularism and National Others in Bangladesh
  607. On the Voyage to California: Using Literature to Interpret the Gold Rush
  608. Oral History and Lesbian Subjects
  609. Organizing for Social Services: Puerto Rican Women and the Migration Division in New York, 1948–70
  610. “Our Archaic System”: Attempts to Reform the Military Justice System in Argentina, 1905–35
  611. “Our Brothers, the Berbers”: Amazighité, Arab Identity, and the Moroccan Nationalist Movement, 1930–56
  612. Outcast Officers: Political Persecution in the Brazilian Armed Forces in the Wake of the Military Coup, 1964–66
  613. Outsourcing an Empire? Habsburg Colonialism and Discourses of Difference in 18th-Century Hungary
  614. Owning Freedom: State Recordkeeping and the Politics of Historical Representation in 19th-Century Haiti
  615. Padre Pio: Catholicism, Miracles, and Re-Enchantment in a Disenchanted World
  616. Paint and Politics: Analyzing the 2011 Egyptian Revolution through Graffiti
  617. Paleogenomics and the Migration of Lombards
  618. Papers, Property, and Posterity: The Estate Records of Nahua Noblewomen in Coyoacan and Xochimilco, New Spain
  619. Partnering Institutions: BBC Arabic and Palestine Broadcasting Service Cooperation
  620. Passports for Refugees: Algerians in Palestine in the 1890s
  621. Patria Potestad in Transit: Legal Power and Family Mobility in 16th-Century Peru
  622. Peace for Our Time? The 1937 Nagoya Pan-Pacific Peace Exhibition
  623. Perceptions of the 1967 Detroit Disorders: The Riot and the Rebellion
  624. Performance-Based Shape Shifters: Underground Resistance Theater in Argentina during the Cold War
  625. Performing “Germanness”: Laughter and Violence in National Socialism
  626. Philatelic Iconography of Poland and America
  627. Picture Postcards of Imperial Japan’s Peoples and Places, 1903–45
  628. Picturing History: Photography Exhibitions at the National Museum of African American History and Culture
  629. Planes, Trains, Automobiles (and a Canal): Dreaming of Mobility in the Borderlands of Amazonia and the Gran Chaco
  630. Playing Surgeon: Children’s Toys and Games Involving Surgical Procedures
  631. PLEA for a “Sick” Lake: Studying, Catching, and Eating Nile Perch on Lake Victoria, 1988–94
  632. Plural Identities in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Crown of Aragon’s Nation-Building Process, 13th and 14th Centuries
  633. Poland Is Europe, Poland Is the World
  634. Policing “Violence” in the Aftermath of Japan’s 1968
  635. Polish Greenpoint and New York City: Gentrification, Ethnoracial Relations, and Immigrant Labor Market at the Turn of the 21st Century
  636. Political Arguments with a Margin of Error: A Minority Report
  637. Political Exiles from East Central Europe in American Cold War Politics, 1948–54
  638. Political Technology: Air Raid Shelters, Treason, and Transnational Legal Discourses in Wartime China
  639. Politicization, Repression, and National Health: The Brazilian Military Regime and the Medical Sector, 1964–85
  640. Pondering Truth and Public Opinion in a Representative Republic
  641. Poor Millie! Violence against Women, Poverty, and Migration in the West Indies
  642. Pope Martin I: Catholics and the Making of the Democratic Party, 1815–41
  643. Popular Song across the World in World War I: Beyond the Question of Morale
  644. Populist Politics and Automobility: Policy Activist Michael Parkhurst and the Use of Film to Advance Neoliberal Ideology
  645. Pork-Eating Muslims and Agile Swimmers: Qing Views of the Russians and the Emergence of a Borderland Culture, 1720–1800
  646. “Por los Derechos de Su Persona y Sangre”: Cacicas in Colonial Peru
  647. Port of Liberty, Port of Pestilence: Yellow Fever in the Imagination and Development of an American New Orleans, 1793–1813
  648. “Positive” Propaganda: Socialist Realism and the Affect Gap in 1930s Uzbekistan
  649. Post-Second World War Migration from Ireland and the Caribbean: A Comparative Perspective
  650. “Prayerless Mother! Spare, Oh Spare Your Child”: Missionaries, Heathens, and the Maternal Ideal in the Early American Republic
  651. Prelude to the Axis: Chinese Pilgrims on a Japanese-Sponsored Hajj in 1938
  652. Preparedness, Relief, and Welfare: Civilian American Women in Uniform
  653. “Preserving and Improving the Breeds”: Colonial Cow Protection and the Prehistory of a Constitutional Directive
  654. Preventing Future Misconduct: The Public Disorder Intelligence Division, Surveillance, and the Containment of Anti-police Abuse Movements in 1970s Los Angeles
  655. Prince Faisal’s Message to Syrians at Aleppo, November 11, 1918
  656. Prisons, Borders, and the US Third World Left in the 1970s
  657. Privatizing Prisoner Management: The British Garrison of Fort Ticonderoga in American Captivity, 1775–77
  658. Privilege without Purity? Family Ties across Time, Region, and Race in the Global Spanish Empire
  659. Professionalism, Patriotism, and Purity of Purpose: Symbolism and Identity in First World War Nurses’ Uniforms
  660. Professionalization in Graduate Training: Ethics at Emory
  661. Progressive Nativism? Mobilizing Secularism, Gender, and Sexuality against Muslims in Postwar Europe
  662. Progressive Wests in 19th-Century Brazil and the US: Tavares Bastos’s O Vale do Amazonas and Powell’s Report on the Lands of the Arid Region
  663. Promises of Love and Money: Occult Forecasting in Early 20th-Century New York City
  664. Provincial Lawyers in Northern 16th-Century Peru
  665. Public Security after the Nazis: Police Culture in Postwar Vienna
  666. Puerto Rican Paradiplomacy during the New Deal: The Information and Research Division of the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
  667. Puerto Rico’s Paradiplomacy at the End of the 20th Century: Between Pragmatism and Identity Showcasing
  668. Pushing the Boundaries While Easing the Boring: How to Assess Higher-Ordered Thinking in a US History Survey
  669. Race and National Identity
  670. Race and Nation in 20th-Century Argentina: Past, Present, and Future Research Directions
  671. Race and the Medicalization of Intersex in 20th-Century America
  672. Race and the Romances of Reunion: African American Animal Advocates in the New South
  673. Race around the World: Conceiving Human Difference from the Global South
  674. Race, Cafés-Concerts, and the Improbable Career of Edmond Dédé
  675. Race, Coercive Complicity, and Political Nobodies in the Cuban Revolution, 1971–81
  676. Race, Culture, and “Pigmentocracy”: Relating 18th-Century Race to Present Historical Studies in the Classroom
  677. Race, Gender, and Socially Appropriate Education in US-Occupied Cuba
  678. Race, Identity, and Imperial Communications: Slave Couriers and the Postal System in the French Atlantic World, 1794–1802
  679. Race in the Raga? Musical Reflections on Tribal Peoples in Early Modern India
  680. Race, Law, and the Colonial Lobby during the Pre-revolution: The Case of Julien Baudelle
  681. Race, Nation, and Self-Determination in Poland and Germany, 1918–39: The Case of Danzig
  682. Race, “Nation,” and Identity among the Portuguese Jews
  683. Race, Refuge, and Rescue: US Immigration Policy Reconsidered
  684. Racial Capitalism and the 18th-Century Black Atlantic
  685. Racial Mixing in a Racial Regime: Japanese Nativism during and after the Pacific War
  686. Racial Thought and Mendelian Genetics in Germany and the United States, 1900–50
  687. Radicalization and the Politics of the African National Congress in South Africa’s Liberation Struggle
  688. Raining Enrollments in History Courses
  689. “Rational, Progressive, Intelligent, Sanitary, Economical”: Marketing the Community Mausoleum in Progressive America
  690. Reading Cox with Ambedkar: Untouchability’s Place in the Debate over Race and Caste
  691. Reassessing the Failure of China’s Ethnic and Religious Policy in the Late 1950s
  692. Rebel Coolies, Citizen Warriors, and Sworn Brothers: The Chinese Loyalty Oath and Alliance with Chile in the War of the Pacific
  693. Rebuilding and Renewing Viennese Jewish Identity after the Holocaust
  694. Recent History Graduates in the DC Area and Their Experiences in Job Interviews
  695. Reconsidering EO 11246: Executive Orders and Enforcement of Civil Rights since LBJ
  696. Reconstructing and Preserving Latin America’s Radio History
  697. Reconstructing the Network of Annual Fairs in Medieval Poland
  698. Recording Studios on Tour: Victor’s Expeditions through Latin America, 1905–28
  699. Recruitment, Retention, and Filling the Seats
  700. Recycling and the Ontology of the Object in Late Medieval Europe
  701. Recycling in War and Peace: Continuities and Discontinuities of Recycling Practices from the 1930s until the 1960s in Britain and West Germany
  702. Redeeming Pardos and Pretos: Constructing Race through Devotion to Saint Benedict and Saint Gonçalo Garcia in 18th-Century Brazil
  703. Redefining the “Indian Question”: Transnational Indigenismo in Guatemala, 1940–60
  704. Rediscovering Native North America: “Forgotten” Settlements and 18th-Century Cartography
  705. Red, White, and Gray: Modern Polish History
  706. Reeducating Italians: The War Department and the Public Debates about Race and Backwardness Surrounding the Employment of Italian Prisoners of War in the United States during WWII
  707. Refining Rookwood: Shirayamadani and Sympathetic Appropriation in Cincinnati, 1887–1915
  708. Reforming across Divergent Loyalties: The Challenges of Upholding Catholicism in Royal Prussia and Warmia, 1538–48
  709. Refracted Processes of Ethnogenesis: Identity Formation in the Imperial Borderlands of the Greater Paraguayan River Basin
  710. Reframing African American Consciousness in the Soviet World
  711. Reframing China: Kodak and the Growth of Amateur Photography, 1920–45
  712. Reframing the Colonial Dead: Resistance in Photographs of the Philippine-American War, 1899–1913
  713. Reframing the Conversation on African American Muslims
  714. Reimagined Middle-Aged Men: Japanese Salaryman Masculinities in Conservative Weekly Magazines in the 1960s
  715. Rejecting Partition: The Imported Lessons of Palestine’s Binational Zionists
  716. “Relations Are Not Good”: Gender, Colonialism, and the Anglo-American Encounter in Wartime India
  717. Religion, Community, and Politics during Guatemala’s Cold War
  718. Religious Freedom and the Catholic Church: A Fruit of Americanization?
  719. Remembering 1798: Nationalist Memory and Social Movements in Bahia, Brazil
  720. Reparations for Slavery and the Slave Trade in Brazil from a Transnational and Comparative Perspective
  721. Reproducing Alterity: Photography, Illustration, and the Maintenance of Ainu Stereotypes in Meiji and Taisho Japan
  722. Reproducing Privilege in the Collaboration for Digital Primary Sources for Historical Research
  723. Resisting Decolonization: Italian Imperialism in the Second World War
  724. Resisting Revanchism—Comics and the Limits of the Archive of Civil Rights
  725. Rethinking Abolition Strategies in West Africa in the Early 18th Century
  726. Rethinking Accessibility: Developing, Editing, and Publishing Digital Editions
  727. Rethinking Christian Democracy: Transcendence as Transformation—Italian Politics, 1930–50
  728. Rethinking Race through the Alaska Example: Pseudo-speciation, Dehumanization, and Erasure
  729. Rethinking Social Science under Digital Conditions
  730. Rethinking the Archives: Literature as an Other-Archive
  731. Revisiting “Boserup Revisited”: The International Labor Organization and the Construction of Social Knowledge on Rural Women in the Global South
  732. Revolutionary Children; or, What Can a Failed Mozambican Ballerina Tell Us about International Socialism?
  733. Revolution, Oil, NAFTA, and “El Chapo”: A History of US-Mexico Relations in the 20th and 21st Centuries
  734. Rickshaws and Rockets: Exhibiting Japan at the 1964 World's Fair
  735. Ripple Effects: The Freedmen and Southern Society Project and the Field of African American History
  736. Risks in Representing a West African City: Mapping 19th-Century Lagos
  737. “Rito Greco, Lingua Dalmatica”: Greek Catholic Ruthenians in Early Modern Rome
  738. Robert Williams in China: From a Promoter for Armed Revolution to a Nonviolence Activist, 1963–69
  739. Roman Baroni, Religion, and Power in Late Medieval Italy
  740. Roots and Routes: Panama’s Role in the History of Caribbean Tourism
  741. Ruling Overseas: Connected Practices of Governance and Law
  742. Rumors of a Cult: Black Radicalism, Violence, and Policing in 1970s San Francisco
  743. Rupert Hughes’s Ode to Poland
  744. Russian Passports to Persian Merchants: Subject Status in the Caspian, 1738–82
  745. Russian Serfdom and American Slavery in Popular Fiction, 1870–1900
  746. Sacred Ground: The Vatican, American Catholics, and the Struggle for Palestine
  747. Sacrifice and the Limits of Citizenship: China’s Anti-Drug Campaigns of the 1950's
  748. Sandinista Ghosts on Two Coasts: State Formation, Memory, and Oral History in Two Nicaraguan Cities, 1979–2015
  749. Savage Royalism: Chilean Depictions of Mapuche, Spaniards, and Women during the Wars of Independence
  750. Saved by Stalin? Polish Jews in the Soviet Second World War
  751. Scenarios of the Future
  752. School Segregation in 19th-Century Cuba
  753. Scottish and Dutch Prisoners of War in the English Fen Drainage Project, 1651–53
  754. Scribal Seductions: Streetwalkers and Nightwatchman in 1790s Mexico City
  755. Searching for the Araxes River in Herodotus, Strabo, and Callisthenes
  756. Securing the Border and Expanding the Empire: How Fears of Slave Revolt and Spanish Subversion Influenced US Diplomacy in the Southwest Borderlands, 1790–1820
  757. Seeing Greenpoint Change: Polish Americans and Gentrification in Brooklyn
  758. Seeing the Realities of the Landscape: Mapping the Industry of the Antebellum Gulf South
  759. Segregation, City Size, and Public Health in the United States, 1900–40
  760. Self-Service Modernity: Shopping Practices and Cultural Politics in Cold War Medellín
  761. Selling Empire: Colonial Propaganda and Global Politics in the Era of Decolonization
  762. Selling Insecurity: Saudi Arabia's Investment in the American Military Industrial Complex
  763. Selling Mexico: Tourism, Law, and the Pullman Sleeping Car Company, 1920–41
  764. Sex and the Colonial City: Mapping Masculinity, Whiteness, and Desire in French Hanoi
  765. Sex, Catholic Style: The Sexual Revolution, Women’s Liberation, and Marriage Magazine, 1960–75
  766. Sexual Coercion, Religion, and Slavery in Later Medieval Europe
  767. Sexual Health Surveillance: Homosexuality Investigations and HIV/AIDS in the US Military, 1981-93
  768. Shackles of Royalty: Monarchies, Republics, and Free Trade in the Age of Revolution
  769. Shaking the Invisible Hand: Oil Nationalization and Mexico’s “United Front” before the Cold War
  770. Siamese Twins: The Intimate World of James Buchanan and William Rufus King
  771. Siberia, Space, and Ssylka: Visualizing Exile in Late Imperial Russia
  772. Siege, Sovereignty, and the State: The Golden Hill Paugussetts and the Summer of 1993
  773. Six Dishonorable Deaths: US Military Executions, Rape, and Silence in World War II's Southwest Pacific Theater
  774. Sixty-Eight Publishers: A Czechoslovak Exile Publishing House in Toronto
  775. Skimming off the Fat: Industrial-Scale Recycling in Nazi-Occupied Europe
  776. Slavery and the Slave Trade in the Western Indian Ocean, c.1770–1890
  777. Slavery, Family, and Intimacy on New England Smallholdings
  778. “Slavery Is Not an Issue of Concern in the Press”: An Early Brazilian Adaptation of Uncle Tom’s Cabin and the Literary Turn in the Slavery Debates
  779. Slavery, Race, Nation, and Prison-Building in Postcolonial Brazil
  780. Slaves’ Inheritance
  781. “Smaller Lung Capacity of the Colored Race”: The Debate on Asthma and Hay Fever Susceptibility, 1874–1922
  782. Soaking Ecologies: Swamps, Law, and the East India Company in Bengal
  783. Social Formation and Political Identity in the Neo-Liberal Age
  784. Social Mendelism: Genetics and the Politics of Racial Exclusion in Germany, 1900-48
  785. Social Science and Single Mothers: Decolonizing the Dutch Welfare State, 1970s–90s
  786. “Something Came into Our Love”: Harriet Hosmer, Ellen Tucker Emerson, and Female Subjects’ Sexuality in Their Own Words
  787. Source Criticism and Digitized Visual Culture: Tales from Digital Islamic Art History
  788. South Africa, Race, and UNESCO in Its Early Years
  789. Southern Encounters: Ethnic Nationalism and Okinawa Military Migration to Latin America
  790. Southern Solidarity: The Southern Left and Internationalism, 1960–90
  791. Spain in West Africa after the Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1860s–90s
  792. Speaking Truth to Power: The Role of Chicana/o Historians
  793. Spinning Race: African American Music and the Transatlantic Record Industry
  794. Standardizing the Brazilian Nation in the 19th Century
  795. Starting from Scratch: Learning to Think Digitally
  796. St. Augustine’s Paradox: The Rhetoric of Piracy in Critiques of Anglophone Encroachment in Spanish Territories, 1700–1900
  797. Stealing the Archives and Suspending the State in the 19th-Century Chiapas-Guatemala Borderlands
  798. Stills in the Hills: Moonshine Memories from Canada’s First Polish Community
  799. Stranded on a Strange Shore: Moments in the Formation of Racial Subjectivity in the Pacific
  800. Strategic Solidarities: Cuban Feminist Activism and Racial Politics, 1920s–40s
  801. Strategies for Success: A Notary and His Social Network in Colonial Lima, 1569–1619
  802. Struggle, Failure, and Delusions of Grandeur: Lortzing, Virchow, and Fontane as Avatars of Berlin, 1906–10
  803. Student Activism as Contentious Politics: Repertoire of Collective Actions at Beijing University, 1957
  804. Subjecthood on Trial in Colonial Spanish America
  805. Subscribers, Lithographers, and “Chiefs”: Reading Mckenney and Hall’s History of the Indian Tribes of North America in the Plantation South, 1836–44
  806. “Such Strange and Incoherent Elements”: Early Mexican Immigration Policy and the Challenge of National Consolidation in the Borderlands, 1824–33
  807. Suffering in Silence: The Voice and Representation of Slaves in 1950s American History Textbooks
  808. “Suffer Little Children”: Rememorializing Child Rescue
  809. Suffrage, Scholars, and Sentinels: University Women in the 19th Amendment Campaign
  810. Sultans and Messiahs in the Frontiers of Turkish Regionalism
  811. Surveying Polish History
  812. Swamps and Maritime Piracy: Environmental Law in the Straits of Malacca
  813. Symbol, Ritual, and Dynastic Legitimacy in the Weddings of the First Romanov Tsars
  814. Tadeusz Chabrowski and Greenpoint: The History of Polish Neighborhood Seen through the Biography of Its Prominent Resident
  815. Taking the Scholarship and the Student Quest to the Public
  816. Taming Contested Memories: Interpretation and Commemoration of Ethnic Korean History in Modern China
  817. Tav Marks the Spot: How the Jewish Pirates of the Barbary Coast Made Their Mark on History
  818. Teaching and Archiving Lesbian Histories and Subjects
  819. Teaching Decolonization and the Cold War
  820. Teaching Fear and Anxiety in Reagan’s Cold War America
  821. Teaching Global Intimacies
  822. Teaching Nuclear Issues and the Cold War
  823. Teaching Popular Culture and the Cold War
  824. Teaching Scale and Historical Empathy through Graphic Histories
  825. Teaching the Future of Technology
  826. Teaching the Medieval and Early Modern History of China and Iran
  827. Teaching the Origins of the Cold War
  828. Technological Innovations in US Periodical Printing and the British Printing Trade Reaction, 1875–90
  829. Teuzo of Florence, Urban Hermit
  830. Texas History and the Pan-American Child: The Spanish-Language Textbooks of Jovita González
  831. “That She Shall Be Forever Banished from This Country”: Women, Alcohol, and Elite Enforcement of Native-Dutch Social Distance in New Netherland
  832. The African Revolution: C.L.R. James’s Black Jacobins and the Haitian Revolution
  833. The African Slave Trade, American Slaves, and the Migration of Black Mythology
  834. The Agency Dilemma: From Revisionist Accommodations to a Theory of Agency
  835. The AHA and Advocacy within the Recent Texas Textbook Fight
  836. The Alternative Historiography of the Alt-Right
  837. The American Influence on Nazi Race Law
  838. The Anatomy of Antisemitism: Jews, Cadavers, and the Politics of Medical Discourse in East Central Europe
  839. The Antiparliamentary Origins of Modern Presidentialism: Losing Faith in Representative Assemblies in the Interwar Atlantic
  840. The Arab Perspective
  841. The Armistice of 1918: A Study in Defeat and Victory
  842. The Atlantic and Colonial Mexico City
  843. “The Better Government of Slaves”: Amelioration and the Trials of Planters for Abuse in Jamaica, 1788–1834
  844. The Biggest Little School in the World: Liming Advanced Middle School (Liming Gaozhong, 1928–34) and Anarchist Education in East Asia
  845. The Black Church: A Place and Space for 19th-Century Black Political Activism
  846. The Blondes of Aituha and Other Stories: The Racialization of Indigenous Traditions in Colonial East Timor
  847. “The Blood of Thousands”: Fighting Disease on Factories and Barracoons in the Illegal Slave Trade, 1820–67
  848. The British Perspective
  849. The Business of Black Internationalism: Opportunities Industrialization Centers International (OICI) and American Capitalism in Africa, 1969–80
  850. “The Butcher of Hindustan”: Ahmad Shah Abdali in 18th-Century Punjab
  851. The Cacicas of Mexico City: Indigenous Leadership under Bourbon Rule
  852. The Cacicas of Teotihuacan: Early Colonial Changes to Local Rule
  853. The Calculus of Child Welfare in the “Lone Island”
  854. The Californias: Rethinking Indigenous Trade Networks along the Pacific Coast
  855. The Calorie and the Making and Unmaking of Racial Bodies
  856. The Categories of Bondage: Indian Women in the Conquest of 16th-Century São Vicente, Brazil
  857. The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe: Water, Land, and #NoDAPL
  858. The Chilean Exception: Racial Homogeneity, Mestizaje, and Nationalism
  859. The Church and the Suburbs: Andrew Greeley and the American Catholic Response to Suburbia
  860. “The Coast Swarms with Slave Ships”: Slave Trading and Captives after Abolition
  861. The Confederate Commemorative Landscape: Its Establishment, Revisions, and Future
  862. The Contested Maritime Mosquitia: Nicaragua, Great Britain, and the Caribbean Turtle Fishery, 1894–1905
  863. The Contradictory Nature of “Centralization” in the Bourbon Patrimonial State
  864. The Convenient Martyrdom of St. Boniface
  865. The Copernicus Paradox: A “Common Sense” Approach to Early Modern Nations
  866. The Cornice and the Arcade: Re-viewing an 18th-Century Institution through Virtual 3-D Reconstruction
  867. The Cult of Guofu and Revolutionary State-Building in Nationalist China
  868. The Cultural Margin of Faith: Ingrid Bergman, Anna Magnani, and Alternative Portraits of Catholic Women in Postwar Film
  869. The Day the Emperor Became Podestà: Power and Authority in a 14th-Century Italian Commune
  870. The Demographic Defense of the White Nation: Entwined Histories of Race and Immigration in South Africa and the United Kingdom in the 1960s and 1970s
  871. The Destruction of Art and Memory in Ancient Egypt: The Case of Hatshepsut’s Monuments
  872. The Dutch in the Atlantic: The View from the Rio de la Plata, 1648–78
  873. The Effects of the Green Revolution on Food Deficit Nations
  874. The Egyptian Armistice: From Autonomy to Independence
  875. The End Is in the Beginning: What Students Need to Do the First Week of a Course
  876. The End? The Ottoman Day of Armistice
  877. The Experts’ Apocalypse: Peak Oil and Phantasm on the Road to the Middle East
  878. The Fascist Era Strikes Back: Mussolini’s Ministers in Postwar Politics
  879. The Fat American in European Eyes: Feeding, Fattening, and Animality
  880. The Figure of the Native American in East-Central European Literature
  881. The First Haitian Intellectuals and the Construction of the National Historical Period, 1801–43
  882. The First Whistleblower? Acting on Conscience in 18th-Century France
  883. The Foundation of Slave-Trading Networks between Cuba and Upper Guinea, 1808–20
  884. The French on Crusade: A Digital Look at a Medieval Narrative
  885. The Gail Project: An Okinawan-American Dialogue
  886. The Gaullist Memorial at Mont-Valérien: Army, Empire, and Faith
  887. The Geography of Privilege: The History of the National Mall and Its Excluded Stories
  888. The Geography of Race in 19th-Century Mexico: Capitalism, Culture, and Language
  889. The Geology in Geopolitics: Archipelagic Studies and Subterranean Territorial Claims in Argentine and Chilean Antarctica
  890. The “German Moment” of 1918
  891. The Girl in Development Discourse
  892. The Global Expansion of Catholic Charismatic Renewal: The Case of Australasia in the Early 1970s
  893. The Great Chernobyl Acceleration: How Writing European History Has Changed in the Age of the Anthropocene
  894. The “Greatest Mother” in Uniform: How American Red Cross Nurses and Volunteers Shaped America’s Great War
  895. The Highlandization of Scotland, 1688–1783: War, Ethnicity, and the French Connection
  896. The Historical Backdrop of the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
  897. The History Harvest: Concept and Practice at the University of Nebraska
  898. The History Harvest Is Step One
  899. The History of Crime in Three Dimensions
  900. The History of Latinx Students at Duke University
  901. The Holler House: Beer, Bowling, and Bras on Milwaukee’s Polish South Side
  902. The Holy See, American Catholics, and the Anti-Protestant Campaigns in Latin America during the Early 1920s
  903. The Holy See’s First Transnational Mobilization against the Left: Papal Anti-Anarchism Measures, 1881–1927
  904. The Honor of the Southern Woman: Il Mezzogiorno, 1945 to the Present
  905. The Human Consequences of the Illegal Slave Trade in Western Cuba, 1835–50
  906. The Indian Letrados, the Cabildo, and the Defense of Communal Lands at the Sunset of Colonialism in the Andes
  907. The Infrastructure of Empire: Great Britain and the United States in Comparative Perspective
  908. The Interprovincial Slave Trade from Rio De Janeiro, 1809–33: An Analysis of the IPEA Database
  909. The Intra-American Slave Trade to Cuba, 1790–1808
  910. The (In)Visibility of Sexual Violence in the Archives of Slavery
  911. The Islamic School of Jingxue: Chinese Muslim Intellectuals and the Study of Islamic Scriptures through Evidentiary Scholarship in Late Imperial China
  912. The Jeep Girl Crisis: Sexual Fear and Racism in Wartime China
  913. The Laity Empowered, the Church Militant: Quadragesimo Anno and Dorothy Day as the Foundation for an American Reconstruction of the Social Order
  914. The “Liberal Moment” of the Revolution Early Educational Reforms in Revolutionary Cuba
  915. The Liberation of the Negro Nation: The Negro Question and World Revolution
  916. The Limits of a Proposed Chinese Solution to the United States' North Korea Problem
  917. The Lost Cause in California: The Continental Struggle against Reconstruction
  918. The Magic of Concepts: Thinking History and China in the World
  919. The Marketplace of Ideas: The Business of Knowing in 19th-Century America
  920. The Materiality of Social Stratification: Caste, Class, and Housing in Bombay
  921. The Mecca for the Negro, Native, and Indian": Racial Formation in the “All-Black” Town of Boley, Indian Territory
  922. The Mechanics of Service
  923. The Medieval Priest at the Sickbed
  924. The Menace of Youth: Colonial Hegemony and Contestation during the Swadeshi Movement in Bengal
  925. The Messiness of the Past: Archives and the New Social History
  926. The Military and the Welfare State
  927. The Monument Culture of the Federal Republic: An Inverted Mirror of Old Germany?
  928. The Motif of the Levitating Head: Reconfigurations of Genius, c. 1900
  929. The Muddle in the Middle Passage: Intra-American Slave Routes of the Early South Atlantic
  930. The Nahuas and New Mexico
  931. The Narrative of Commemoration: Historical Preservation at Veterans Cemeteries
  932. The Nation and Plantation Labor in the 1960s: Women and Economic Development on the Market Periphery
  933. The Negro Question in Cuba
  934. The Networks of Patronage in the Global Spanish Empire
  935. The New Social History after the Digital Turn
  936. The North Texas History Harvest: Using Harvest Methods for Graduate Education
  937. The Objectives Resolution and the Enduring Question of Minority Rights in Pakistan
  938. The Origins of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the United States: The Experience at the University of Notre Dame and the Reaction of the Ecclesiastical Authority
  939. The Other Fall of Rome: Piety and Governance in the Late 14th Century
  940. The Other Persian Letters: Marie Petit and Franco-Iranian Diplomacy on the Iranian Frontier, 1704–15
  941. The Papers of Martin Luther King Jr.: Illuminating and Preserving King’s Legacy
  942. The Paperwork of Empires in the French and British Atlantic
  943. The Persistence of Race Concepts in Biology and Genetics
  944. “The Peruvian Revolution”: History and Memory of Túpac Amaru in the Construction of a National Discourse: A View from Cuzco, 1837–39
  945. The Photography of George Collins Cox and Societal Mobility in New York City, 1880–1900
  946. The “Picture Window of the Pacific”: Hawaiʻi Statehood and Global Decolonization
  947. The Pine Nut Trade in 17th-Century Mexico
  948. The Pneuma Network: Charting the Global Pentecostal Press in the Early 20th Century
  949. The Poet Maurice Kenny in Prague
  950. The Politics behind the 1640s Trials Leading to the Gran Auto De Fé in 1649: Heterodoxy or Political Persecution?
  951. The Politics of Distortion in Texas K–12 History
  952. The Politics of Images: Cartoons in the Late Ottoman Empire
  953. The Politics of Memory in 20th-Century Saigon
  954. The Politics of Racial Integration in the Cold War US Marine Corps
  955. The Politics of Rape in Colonial South Africa
  956. The Politics of the Welfare State and Adoptions in Civil War Era Guatemala
  957. The Politics of Warren Hastings’ Scholarly Patronage
  958. The Porfirian Mexican Military and National Hegemony
  959. The Portuguese African Slave Trade and the Making of the Atlantic, 1450–1650
  960. The Postwar Mission of Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum to Poland
  961. The President’s Office: How George Washington and Thomas Jefferson Used Private Space to Shape the Cabinet
  962. The Problem of Prejudice: Confronting Slavery’s Bulwark in Early United States Emancipation
  963. The Promise and Peril of Collaboration
  964. The Promise of Patriarchy
  965. The Racial Politics of Genetic Genealogy and the Case of the GU 272
  966. There is the Sea, Vast and Spacious: Slavery, Natural History, and Collections of Marine Life in the 18th-Century British Atlantic
  967. The Religious Imperative to Do Good: Refugees in Britain in the 1930s
  968. The Revolutionary Landscape: Creating the Conditions for Revolution in the American South and Constructing Citizenship in Its Aftermath
  969. “There Will be a Toussaint Louverture Here among Them”: Race and Rumor in France’s Indian Ocean Colonies in the Era of the Haitian Revolution
  970. The Rhetoric and Reality of Race: Representations of African Descendants in 19th-Century Mexican National Discourse
  971. The Rise of Ranchurbia: Visualizing Landscapes of a New West
  972. The Role of Afro-Brazilian Mobilization in Rio de Janeiro’s Abolitionist Movement
  973. The Rose Hall Plantation: The Legend of the White Witch and the (Ghost) Site/Sightings of Slavery in Jamaica
  974. The Scholarship That Informed the Student Quest: Lincoln, Californio Miners, and Tejano Students
  975. The Science of Care: The Domestic Worker Labor Market and the Limits of Reform in Boston, 1880–1940
  976. The Shadow of Slavery and Racial Discrimination in the Experience of African American Soldiers
  977. The Shanghai Trials: Military Commissions, Torture, and the Surprising Origins of the 1949 Geneva Conventions
  978. The Shifts in China’s Interpretation of and Policy toward the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1949–92
  979. The Sicilian Vespers: Was There a Sicilian Nationalism in the Late Middle Ages?
  980. The Sociopolitical Impact of UNESCO’s Race Program
  981. The Spanish Monarchy in an Age of Commercial Globalization, 1765–96
  982. The Specter of Compensation: Mexican Claims against the US Government, 1868–1941
  983. The Spirit of Conquest and the Spanish Commercial Empire
  984. The Spiritual Side of the Gay Rights Struggle: The Case of Dignity/New York
  985. The Spread of Kant and Hegel’s Philosophy in 1920s–30s China: Newspaper, Traveling Theory, and China’s Media Milieu in the Early 20th Century
  986. The “Springtime of Nations” Comes to America
  987. The Street Children of Puerto Rico, 1940–65
  988. The Struggles of Apprenticeship and Poverty: Free Children of Color and Their Families in Early North Carolina
  989. The Student Quest and the Media Blitz
  990. The Suffragist Biography Project and Our Pedagogical Goals
  991. The Texas Scene Is the American Scene
  992. The Thin Red Line between Privacy and Secrecy: Criminal Sodomy, Homosexuality, and the Cold War in El Paso, Texas
  993. The Transatlantic Making of Rubén Darío as the Embodiment of Franco’s Hispanidad: Commemorating October 12 in Spain and Nicaragua, 1939–55
  994. The Transnational History of Brazilian Feminism
  995. The Uncertainty of Empire: Polish, American, and Polish-American Responses to the Austrian Pavilion at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
  996. The United States Supreme Court and the Politics of Being Catholic in 19th- and Early 20th-Century America
  997. The United States, the Holy See, and the League of Nations in the Postwar International Scenario
  998. The Unredressed and the Unforgiven: American Atomic Bomb Survivors and the Politics of Reparations in the Cold War Pacific
  999. The Uses of Energy Independence
  1000. The US Perspective
  1001. The VHS Medium in 1980s Revolutionary Iran: A Window onto the World Outside
  1002. The “Victim Soul” in American Political Theater: War Widow Carryn Owens as a Suffering Saint
  1003. “The War and the Rights of Humanity”: Refugee Camps as Sites of Surveillance, Discipline, and Containment in the War of the Rebellion
  1004. The Yang Naiwu Case in Shanghai Newspapers: Discourses on Legal Reforms during the Self-Strengthening Movement
  1005. The Yankees and the Fazendeiros: The Role of American Technology and Applied Sciences in the Process of Slave Emancipation in São Paulo, Brazil
  1006. “They Have Never Told You the Truth”: Radio Propaganda to the Middle East and the Fight for Historical Legitimacy in the 1940s
  1007. The Yup'ik Country: Imperialism and the Invention of the Bering Strait
  1008. “They Wanted Indians Out of Sight”: Native Segregation and the Urban Environment in Rapid City
  1009. “They Were Seen by Our Vessel to Throw Their Slaves Overboard”: Antislavery Myth and Death in the Middle Passage
  1010. The Zionist Perspective
  1011. Thin and Wistful: James Fugate and the Logic of White Male Frailty in the American Colonial Philippines, 1900–38
  1012. “Things to be Forgotten”: Reflections on African American Family History, Memory, and Migration
  1013. Third Europe: Polish Federalist Thought in the United States, 1940s–70s
  1014. Third-Worldism and 1968 in the Former French Empire
  1015. This Is What a Feminist Looks Like! Photography and American Feminism, 1968–87
  1016. “This Plagariasm Was Falsely Sold”: Lies, Libels, and Copies in the Late 18th Century
  1017. Three Andean Cities and Their Representatives in Late 18th-Century Spain
  1018. Through the Digital Looking-Glass: Digital Humanities and “Vast Early America”
  1019. Tibetan Buddhist Monastics and the Problem of Itinerancy in Indian Citizenship Laws, 1940s–60s
  1020. To Authorize the Extension of Slavery Where It Has Previously Been Totally Abolished: The Significance of Abolition in Mexico to Sectional Controversy in the United States, 1846–50
  1021. To Educate and Evangelize: Laywomen, Clergy, and Late Colonial Girls’ Schools in Guatemala
  1022. To Join the Concert of Advanced Nations: The Global Aspirations of Puerto Rico’s Obreros Ilustrados, 1897–1915
  1023. Toleration without Tolerance: Negotiating Illicit Sex in Bourbon Quito
  1024. Too Much Information: Transparency, Metadata, and Search in the Age of Web Archives
  1025. To Save the Island or to Ruin It: Revisiting the Depopulation of Hispaniola, 1605
  1026. To Think and Operate as “Third World”: Puerto Rico, Palestine, and the Politics of Resistance
  1027. Touring the Islands: 19th-Century American Sailors and the Environment of the Indian Ocean
  1028. Toward a Black University: Student Activists at Howard University in the Black Power Era
  1029. Toward a Zero Waste Economy: Scope and Impact of the Nazi “Recycling Regime”
  1030. Towards a Global Ummah and Indonesia’s Contentious Nationalism
  1031. Traditionalism and Wartime Education: The New Life Movement, 1934–45
  1032. Trains, Planes, Automobiles: Transnational Drug Distribution Networks in the Americas
  1033. Transforming the Nation: A Critique of the Olympic Games in 21st-Century Japan
  1034. Transgressive Marijuana Cultivation in the 1980s and the Movement It Created
  1035. Translating Black Power in Postcolonial Accra
  1036. Translating Religion: Evidential Scholarship, Han Learning, and the Production of a Global Concept, 1864–1902
  1037. Transmitting and Receiving Renewal: The Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Uganda, 1973–79
  1038. Transnational Advocate: Jovita Idar and the Quest to Redeem La Raza
  1039. Transnational Dimensions of American Xenophobia
  1040. Transnational Effeminacies: Femmephobia, Gay Effeminacies, and the Biopolitics of Gay Imperialism
  1041. Transnational or Transcultural? Migrant Decision Making
  1042. Traveling Sounds, Caribbean Archives, and the Challenges of Listening for History
  1043. Travel Sickness: Pan-Africanism, Medicine, and Misogynoir in Caribbean Harlem
  1044. Tricontinental Solidarity during the Cold War
  1045. “Triple V” and the Struggle for Racial Justice: Intimate Encounters between Indigenous Australian Women and American Servicemen on the World War II Homefront
  1046. Tropical Heiresses: Property, Tragedy, and Gender in the Francophone Indian Ocean
  1047. Trotsky in Mexico: Artists United, Artists Divided, 1930–40
  1048. Trouble the Water: The Baltimore to New Orleans Coastal Slave Trade
  1049. Tupi or Not Tupi? The Indian Par Excellence in Early Modern Eastern South America
  1050. Two Heads Are Better Than One: Collaborative Writing in Early Modern Women’s History
  1051. UCLA
  1052. Unanticipated Indigenista Legacies: Bilingual Teachers and the Rise of Dissident Trade Unionism in Southern Mexico, 1975–80
  1053. (Un)Cooperative Labor? Women’s Work, Cooperatives, and the Foundations of Austerity in Bolivia
  1054. Understanding Sacrifice: An Interdisciplinary Approach
  1055. Understanding the Historical Relationship between Tourism and Nationalism
  1056. Under the Shield of Saint Michael: Catholics, Cops, and the Urban Crisis
  1057. UNESCO and the Statements on Race in the Making
  1058. “Une Veritable Question d’État”: Controversies over Ceremonial Robes and Corporate Citizenship at the University of Paris
  1059. Unfulfilled Empire: Habsburg Global Ambitions in the 18th Century
  1060. Unintended Consequences: Imperial Federalism, Colonial Self-Government, and the Convoluted Histories of Britain’s Partition
  1061. United in Blood: Cuban Influence in the Ethiopian Empire, 1969–78
  1062. University of Delaware
  1063. Unlikely Advocates: The Vicar of Bisley and Other Clerical Defenders of Dancing in 17th-Century England
  1064. Unnamed Identity Systems at the Margins of Empire
  1065. Urban Geographies of Transnational Activism: Solidarity with Chile in Cold War Mexico City
  1066. “Us” and “Them” in Credit’s Classroom: Training the First Wave of US International Bankers in the Early 20th Century
  1067. US Third Army and the Displaced Persons: The G-5 Reports to the Headquarters, European Theater of Operations, 1945–47
  1068. Variations on Blackness: Black Concert Music in Early 20th-Century Britain
  1069. “Vast Good for Righteousness”: Animal Welfare, Human Rights, and the Work of Frederick Rivers Barnwell in Texas, 1914–45
  1070. Verification of Freedom and the Fear of Re-enslavement in Martinique and Guadeloupe, 1799–1810
  1071. Vernacular Caliphate: Khilafat Movement and the Politics of Islamic Sovereignty across the Globe
  1072. Veterans and Florida Society: During War and Afterwards
  1073. Veterans History for Floridians: A Practicum in Public History Research and Programming
  1074. Virtuous Capital: Mechanization and Economic Independence in the Early Republic
  1075. Visualizing Race and Gender in Historic Site Interpretation
  1076. Visualizing the Mobility of Population in Harrisburg, 1900–30
  1077. Visualizing the Past
  1078. Vulgarizing Sounds: Tapes, Taste, and the End of High Culture in Modern Egypt
  1079. War and Reducción in Colonial Mexico’s Chichimecatlalli, 1590–1610
  1080. War as Masculine Action
  1081. Warfare State in the Pacific: Hawaiʻi and Martial Law during the Second World War
  1082. War in the Postwar: West Germany and Japan Protest the War in Indochina
  1083. War, Science, and Cultural Diplomacy in the Americas: Frank Wilson and Brazilian Cardiology
  1084. Wartime Corruption and Financial Coordination in the Late Qing Dynasty, 1851–1908
  1085. “We Had Two Religions at My House—the Catholic Church and the USWA”: Polish American Catholic Workers and Union Consciousness at Wheeling Steel in the 1930s and 1940s
  1086. “We Have a Country There”: US Diplomacy and Black Travel in Africa, 1877–1900
  1087. “We Have This Space Problem”: Quantifying Kissinger
  1088. “We Jews Are Also Men and Not Cowards”: Jewish Frontkämpfer and the Masculine Habitus
  1089. “We Leave You Our Deaths, Give Them Their Meaning”: The Mission of the American Battle Monuments Commission
  1090. We Struggled for a Common Good: Urban-Rural Alliances on the Salvadoran Left, 1970–80
  1091. We’ve Had Anuff: Black Gay and Lesbian Antipoverty Activism during the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Atlanta, 1985–96
  1092. We Want Our Country Back: Land, Sea, and National History in the Far-Right Greek Imaginary
  1093. What Difference Did a Revolution Make? Conscription in the MNR’s Bolivia, 1952–58
  1094. What Do We Want Digital History to Look Like Now?
  1095. What Employers Tell Us about Their Needs, Faculty Work, and Student Skills
  1096. What Lies Beneath: The Alliance of Indians and Socialists in Early 20th-Century Oklahoma
  1097. What’s Her/Story? History and Living Herstory
  1098. “What That Meant to Me”: SNCC Women, the 1964 Guinea Trip, and Black Internationalism
  1099. What the Seligmans Saw: Funerary Rites and Slave Rights in Sudan
  1100. When Boundaries Are Relative(s): Conversion, Intermarriage, and the Amorphous Boundaries of the Zionist Movement
  1101. When Photos Lie to You: Visual Depictions of Needs-Based Aid among the Displaced in Postcolonial Vietnam.
  1102. Where Did All the Radicals Go? Examing the Evolution of Anti-Drug Activism in the South Bronx, 1965–85
  1103. Where Trains Stop: Promiscuous Stations and the Railway Panopticon
  1104. Which Religion Shaped European and German Culture? Constructing the Oriental Other in Contemporary Germany
  1105. White, Black, Brown: Racial Formation in the Puerto Rican Diaspora, 1950–80
  1106. White Freedom and the Lady of Liberty
  1107. Whitish-Brown, Reddish-White, or Medium Color: Race, Slavery, and Complexion in Late Medieval Genoa
  1108. Who Chose the Weapons? Congress versus the US Military, 1950s–80s
  1109. “Why Is Catholicity so Generally Hated by Protestants?” Two Years of Defense and Dialogue in the Pittsburgh Catholic
  1110. “Why” and “Whither”: The Challenges of Teaching the Future in a History Department
  1111. “Wicked Books, Full of Lies, Trickery, and Heresy”: Pietro Paolo Vergerio’s Attack on Marian Devotional Books and the Struggle for Religious Authority in Early Modern Italy
  1112. William George Emanuel and the Politics of Belonging in the Atlantic World
  1113. Wine and Plagues in 19th-Century Rural Spain
  1114. Winston Churchill, British-Chinese Relations, and the Influence of America, 1930–45
  1115. Within and Outside the Nation: Former Colonial Subjects in Postwar Italy
  1116. Wives, Nuns, or Servants? Colegios in Mexico City from the 16th to the 19th Century
  1117. Women in War in Belgium: Uniformed or Not?
  1118. Women Loan Makers in Early 20th-Century Bolivia: Capital, Gender, and Ethnicity in the Liberal Marketplace of La Paz
  1119. Women of African Descent and Their Global Quest for Financial Security and Respectability
  1120. Women Writers and the Resistance Discourse in Prewar Shanghai, 1931–37
  1121. Words of Color in Other Languages: Constructing and Confronting Race in the Vocabularies of the Nile Valley and the Late Ottoman Empire
  1122. Work-Discipline and Proto-Factories: Orphanages and the Textile Industry in Early Modern Padua, 17th–18th Centuries
  1123. Working for a Nickel or Nothing: Black Women and Prison Labor in the Era(s) of Mass Incarceration
  1124. Working Together for “The Redemption of Mankind”: Mexico, the Americas, and the World in the Postwar Moment
  1125. Work, Play, and Violence in the Streets of Early Modern Bologna
  1126. World War I through Florida Veterans
  1127. Writing the First Congress
  1128. Writing Women Back into History
  1129. Yo Sí Puedo’s Prologue: Reconsidering Narratives of the Cuban Literacy Campaign of 1961
  1130. You Are What You Eat: The Gendered Politics of Francoist Nutrition
  1131. Young People’s Experiences of Reconstruction and the Legacies of the Civil War
  1132. ”You're Fired!” The Dismissal of Abolitionist Minister Samuel Joseph May, 1820–42
  1133. Youth, Race, and Immigration Control in 1960s Britain