1. "As Few Able Bodied Men as Possible Will be Allowed to Gather on the Place": Emancipation, Disability, and Dependence in Union-Occupied Louisiana
  2. "Civilizing the People”: Primary Teachers and the State in Lima, 1860–1921
  3. "I Shall Try and Be a Man": Institutionalized Union Veterans in the Civil War North
  4. "La Conciencia del Gran Miami": Monsignor Bryan Walsh, Cold War Catholicism, and the Making of a Multiethnic City
  5. "To Save Our Children”: The Politics of Childhood in the Anti-Castro Struggle, 1959–62
  6. "Was It Hatched in Syracuse?” Engineers, Agronomists, and the Making of a Transnational Brazilian Elite, 1868–90
  7. "We Could No Longer Do This Work as Separate Entities”: Transnational Solidarity in the Puerto Rican Diaspora, 1975–85
  8. (Dis)covering Race: Legal Records and the Fragmentary Histories of American Families
  9. (Dis)establishments and the Paradoxes of American Judaism
  10. (Moral) Philosophy and Its Use of Emotions: From Smith to Nussbaum
  11. A Border Policy? Louis IX and the Spanish Connection
  12. A Broken Silence: Remembrance of the War Dead in Interwar and Second World War Britain.
  13. A Catalyst for Change—the Shirley Chisolm Project of Brooklyn Women’s Activism: Social Justice In and Outside the Academy
  14. A Civilized Diversion in an Industrial City: Movie-Going and International Prestige in São Paulo, Brazil, in the 1940s
  15. A Conquistador’s Resume: Pedro de Ursúa in New Granada and Panama
  16. A Contested Vision: California Lesbian Feminisms and Telling Queer Stories through Oral Histories
  17. A Digital Reading of Twentieth-Century Demography
  18. A Good Darwinian? Winwood Reade, Charles Darwin, and the Making of a Late Victorian Evolutionary Epic
  19. A Green Revolution for France?
  20. A Musical Survey of the Song Output of Karol Szymanowski
  21. A New Cultural History of the Soviet Century?
  22. A New Database of the Moneyers from Late Anglo-Saxon and Early Anglo-Norman England
  23. A New Kind of Woman Is Following the Army: Women’s Work with the American Expeditionary Forces
  24. A New Poland in South America? The Establishment of the First Polish Colony in Paraná, Brazil, 1860s–70s
  25. A New Polonia? The Recreation of Polish American Identity, 1918–45
  26. A Political Economy of the Hajj, 1925–39
  27. A Quest for Authenticity: Science and Religion in the Medieval and Modern Middle East
  28. A Quiet Exercise of Power: Quantification and the Global Circulation of Expertise
  29. A Satisfactory Satisfaction? The Importance of Satisfactory Works in Medieval Penance
  30. A Shared History Pedagogy: Undergraduate Researchers and Indigenous Communities
  31. A Sign of Things to Come: How the Church of South India Succeeded and Failed
  32. A Symbol to the Resistance to Integration: Loewen v. Turnipseed and Guarding Historical Knowledge in Mississippi, 1963–81
  33. A Tale of Failing Institutions and Firm Renewal—Cunertorf, Snel, Janssen & Co., 1570–95
  34. A Talented Tenth; or, A Functional Majority: Education and African Descendants in Cordoba, Argentina 1810–53
  35. A Time of Cleansing or a Place of Cleansing? Bernard of Clairvaux on Purgatory
  36. A “New China” in Brazil: The Chinese Imperial Court’s Shifting Attitudes on Immigration during the Late Nineteenth Century
  37. A “Public for Export”: Staging the Nation at Argentina’s 1978 World Cup
  38. Long before Their Diaspora: Palestinian Mobility in the Early Modern Era
  39. Abduction, Adultery, and Sexual Violence: The Plight of Portuguese Cristãs Novas after the Jewish Expulsion of 1496–97
  40. Abundance Won't Return This Year: Argentine and Bolivian Workers, Nationalist Revolutions, and the Muddy Grounds of Perón's Ambitions of Regional Leadership
  41. Academic Freedom under Fire: The American Association of University Professors from McCarthyism to the 1970s
  42. Academic Journals
  43. Action Française Catholicism and Opposition to Vatican II’s Dignitatis Humanae
  44. Addressing New York City’s Postwar Heroin Boom
  45. Adele Brise: Belgian Catholic Pioneer, Visionary, and Priest
  46. Africa through the Windshield: Seeing Like a Motorist in the Age of Empire
  47. African American Women and Racial Uplift in U.S.-Occupied Haiti, 1915–34
  48. African Diaspora, Ph.D. and Radical Black History Online
  49. Against White Supremacy: Blacks and People of Color in the Making of a New Citizenry
  50. Agricultural Slight of Hand: Cuban Plantations as Fronts for the Illegal Trade in African Slaves
  51. Aiding Former Enemies: Humanitarian Efforts of U.S. Quakers in Allied Occupied Japan, 1945–52
  52. Alfred Jurzykowski and his Foundation: A Brief Outline
  53. Alien Atmospheres and the Making of Earth’s Environmental Sciences
  54. Alimjan Idris and Islam in Four Germanys, 1916–59
  55. All Politics Is Local: National Architecture and Urban Identity in Bonn in the 1960s
  56. All the World’s a Stage: The Life and Poems of Jacob Steendam, Seventeenth-Century Dutch Traveler
  57. Alumbradismo across the Atlantic
  58. America and the Making of Baldomero Espartero
  59. American Debates over the Meaning of Labor Unionism Examined with Digital Humanities Tools
  60. American Expansion in the Atlantic and the Pacific
  61. An Americanist in Paris: The Early Career of the Abbé Félix Klein
  62. An End to Conquests: Military Debates and Political Culture in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Spain
  63. An Itinerant Liberal: Almeida Garrett’s Exilic Itineraries and the Evolution of His Political Thought
  64. Ancient Paragons and Contemporary Corruptions: Depictions of Female Aggression in Late Anglo-Saxon England
  65. Andrzej Wajda’s Solidarity Trilogy
  66. Animal Miracles
  67. Anti-Chinese Violence and the National Significance of Local Vigilantism
  68. Anti-Christian Blasphemy Among Jews and Conversos in the Records of the Medieval Inquisition
  69. Anti-Fascist Intellectuals at the Nexus of Cultural Crisis and Regime Change
  70. Anxieties and Identity Formation among People of African Descent in the Province of Caracas by the End of the Eighteenth Century
  71. Anxiety and Approbation in Twelfth-Century Chronicler’s Writings on Queenly Leadership and Aggression
  72. Apology in the Form of Autohagiography: Angélique Arnauld’s Defense of Her Reform of Port Royal
  73. Approaches to Emotion: Experimentation in Neuroscience and Historical Interpretation
  74. Archbishop Marcos McGrath of Panama: A Window on Vatican II, Medellín, and Puebla
  75. Archipelagos of Insurrection: Slave Revolt and the Geographic Imagination
  76. Architects of the State: The Rebuilding of Lisbon and the Portuguese Public Sphere, 1755–77
  77. Archives, History, Theory, and the Study of Nuclear Politics
  78. Argentina: Cuba and the Rise of Armed Revolution
  79. Argumentative Writing: An Eleventh-Grade U.S. History Lesson on the Vietnam War
  80. Argumentative Writing: Bridging the Gap from Elementary to Middle School with a Lesson on the Boston Massacre
  81. Art and the Creation of Mexico’s Communist Party
  82. Assassination, National Trauma, and Television: Historicizing the Death of JFK through a Media Studies Lens
  83. Negotiating Crisis and Opportunity: Women, Sex Reform, and the First World War
  84. Assessing Historical Thinking
  85. Assessing the Common Core
  86. Assessment
  87. At-Risk Adolescents: Using the Past to Help Find a Future
  88. Atlantic History and the Slave Trade to Spanish America
  89. Atlantic Slavery and the Hidden Atlantic: Slaves Trades and the Smuggling of Human Bodies (Negreros, Captains, Crews, and Personnel) in the Nineteenth Century
  90. Attacking Power in Peru: Blackouts, Technology, and Shining Path Violence
  91. Attending to Ghosts: Some Reflections on the Disavowals of Great War Historiography
  92. Autobiographical Narrative, Conversion, and Confessional Boundaries in the Reformation: Caspar Gűttel (1471–1542) and George Witzel (1501–73)
  93. Azuza's "Poor, Rough Indian from Central Mexico": Missing Data and Theoretical Lacunae in Pentecostal Historiography
  94. Babies Having Babies: The National Epidemic of Teenage Pregnancy and the Case for Federal Intervention
  95. Backstories of Global and Local Food
  96. Bathing Susanna: The Gender of Baptism in Later Anglo-Saxon England
  97. Bears in Boxes: Community, Bodily Byproducts, and the Bareness of the Porn Archive
  98. Beating to Learn: Theory, Practice, and Resistance
  99. Becoming a Nazi Town: How Culture Shaped Politics in Göttingen during the 1920s and 1930s
  100. Before and beyond 1965: South Asian American History as Cross-Racial and Working Class
  101. Being Hubert Howe Bancroft: Bancroft's History Company and the Scandal of Collaboration
  102. Bernard Pares, Robert W. Seton-Watson, and the Making of Regional Studies in Britain, 1905–22
  103. Between Past and Presence: Settler Masculine Imaginings and Settler and Indigenous Encounters in Detroit, 1871–1922
  104. Between Port Cities: Women Travelling Alone around the Mediterranean
  105. Between Preservation and Reform: Challenging U.S. Constructions of Race and Nation in the Work of the Hampton Folklore Society, 1893–1900
  106. Between Reform and Reification: The Moroccan Legal System under the French Protectorate
  107. Between Text, Argument, and Data: Interpreting New Visualizations in History
  108. Between the Dead Body and the Body Politic: Compulsory Exhumation in Singapore
  109. Beyond a Boundary: Thinking Koselleck outside Europe
  110. Beyond Citation: Critical Thinking about Academic Databases
  111. Beyond Dominance and Resistance: Charrúas, Minuanes, and the Making of a Borderline between Brazil and La Plata, 1750–1805
  112. Beyond the Academy: History Employment and Scholarly Professionalism
  113. Beyond the Bubble
  114. Beyond the Cartesian Pale: Digital De-territorializations of History
  115. Beyond the Islands: Caribbean Education in Public and Catholic Schools in Post-Civil Rights Era New York City
  116. Bible and Empire: The Old Testament in the Spanish American Wars of Independence
  117. Bible Wars: Catholics, Immigrants, and the Public School Controversy in the Antebellum West
  118. Biblical Exegesis as Hagiography in Christine de Pizan’s Cité des Dames
  119. Bibliographic Database
  120. Biomedical Opposition to Skin Lighteners
  121. Black America, Black France: The 1980s, Hip Hop, and Colorblindness across the Atlantic
  122. Black Flag and Caribbean Red: Anarchist Antiauthoritarian Networks in the Caribbean, 1890s–1930s
  123. Black Freedom and the Metageography of North America, 1850–65
  124. Black Freedom in the Urban Americas: Free People of Color, Organizational Membership, and Social Distinction in Charleston and Cartagena
  125. Black Ivy Rage and Reform: Activism on the 1980s Harvard Campus
  126. Black Market Priests: Church Law and Parish Religion in the Archdeaconry of Paris, 1483–1505
  127. Black Panther Women in the Third World
  128. Black Politics and School Reform in Harold Washington’s Chicago
  129. Black Press Research Collective
  130. Black Soldiers, Arab Civilians, and the Everyday Violence of French Colonial Rule in 1930s Tunisia
  131. Black Women and Politics in New York City: The Early Years
  132. Blending the American Taste into the Dutch Cigarette
  133. Blessing the Animals: The Emergence and Meaning of a Popular Practice
  134. Bodies Borne Home: The Kinship of the Dead in a World of Nation States
  135. Bolivia: A Splintering Left and the Failure of Armed Struggle, 1963–65
  136. Bombs Away: Combating Dangerous World War II Trophies in the Early Postwar Era
  137. Book Publishing
  138. Bookshops and Urban Political Culture in Germany, 1800–70
  139. Born in Columbia: The Birth of a Nation and Nationalizing a City’s Reconstruction Memory
  140. Boundaries of Belief: Remapping Heaven and Earth in Reformation Europe
  141. Boy-ology and Boxing: Catholicism and the “Boy Crisis,” 1910–50
  142. Brain Circulation? Émigré Networks, Knowledge Transfers, and Transatlantic Commercial Ties
  143. Brazilian Desenvolvimentismo and Women: Insights from Gender Analysis
  144. Brickmakers and Architects: Mapmaking and the Presentation of History
  145. Brigid Pasulka’s A Long, Long Time Ago and Essentially True and the Work of Ethnic Fiction
  146. Bringing Development Back Home: The United States and the Global War on Poverty
  147. Bringing Global History to the American History Survey: Rock Springs, 1885, the Meeting of Pacific and Atlantic Worlds in the Wyoming Desert
  148. Britain’s Black Liberation Front: Transnational Feminisms from Black Power to Self-Help
  149. Britain’s Muslim Empire
  150. Brooklyn in Love and at War: Making Private Correspondence Public Online
  151. Building a Duchy to the Greater Glory of God: The Jesuits and the Farnesian Policy in Parma, 1539–1604
  152. Building Respectability: Globalizing Christian Science Architecture
  153. Built Environment and Caste: Producing Dalits in Bombay, 1900–39
  154. Burying the Hatchet: The Boy Scouts and the Infantilization of Peace, 1920–37
  155. Calling the Midwife during the Blitz: Mothers and Midwives Laboring in Wartime Britain, 1939–45
  156. Can Food Be Disciplined?
  157. Capital Changes: Reexamining the Last Two Decades of the Soviet Union
  158. Capitalist Republicanism: Vicente Rocafuerte and the Colombian System
  159. Carbon Fibers: Coal and the Materiality of the Transnational
  160. Carolingian Religion
  161. Carousing and Trade: Early American Merchants in Surinam
  162. Catalan Spiritism and the Paradoxes of Modernity
  163. Catholic Hospitals in the Age of Medicare: The Brooklyn Experience
  164. Catholic Political Thought, Modernity, and the Italian Constitution
  165. Catholics as Citizens: Navigating Loyalties to the Church and to the Nation in Latin America
  166. Cause Celebre and “Sexual Deviant”: Pere Hyacinte Loyson, a Married Priest
  167. Celebration versus Commemoration: What Mounting a Public History Exhibit is Teaching Me about the ADA
  168. Celluloid Gauchos and Tangos: Buenos Aires as the Cultural Capital of South America in the 1930s and 1940s
  169. Cementing Mexico’s Globalization: Cemex, a Regional Cement Company That Became a Global Power House
  170. Central Europe in the Twentieth Century: The Vortex of New Technologies for Living and Dying
  171. Change and Cultural Continuity as Object and Method of Study in Colonial Indigenous Documents
  172. Changes in the Market for History
  173. Changing Tides: The Exclusion of Educated Africans from Colonial Service in Lagos, Nigeria, 1890–1930
  174. Chapinismos: Producing the Local and Everyday Life in Late Capitalist Latin America
  175. Chief William H. Parker, Drug-Law Enforcement, and Defendants’ Rights in California, 1955–63
  176. Children and Other Civilians: Photography and Humanitarian Image-Making
  177. Chile and Peru: Universities and the Cold War, Peace Corps Volunteers, and Their Transnational Experiences in South America
  178. China Traveler: The Tourism Industry, Print Culture, and Travel Narratives in Republican China
  179. Chinggis Khan in Eurasian Intellectual History, 1650–1850
  180. Chop Suey for Two: The Role of Chinese Restaurants in the Leisure Industry, 1900–30
  181. Christ the King Seminary and the Very Last Crusade: The Knights of Malta and the Greek War of Independence
  182. Christian LaTrobe, Moravian Missions, and the Slave Economy in the British West Indies, 1780s–1830s
  183. Christian Women and the Rise of the Popular Resistance Culture in Shanghai, 1931–37
  184. Christianity and the Transformation of Medicine in Early Twentieth-Century China
  185. Christianization, Colonialism, and the Secular
  186. Christoph Brunchorst (1604–64): A Thuringian Court Preacher and His Times
  187. Cinema: Femminile, Plurale—Italian Women Filmmakers through the Great War
  188. Citing Evidence in Elementary School History with the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution
  189. Citing Evidence on Cold War Perspectives for High School Students
  190. Citizens of Two Empires: Ottoman and Habsburg Muslims’ Allegiances
  191. Citizenship Practices during the Cold War: A Polish American Model?
  192. Classical Scholars and Modern Political Scientists: French Archeologists in Nineteenth-Century Greece and the Question of Statehood
  193. Clean Claws, Kosher Beavers, and New French Jews: Class, Ethnicity, and the Eclaireurs Israélites de France between the World Wars
  194. Climate, Crops, and Capital: The U.S. Weather Bureau and Predictive Data in the West Indies, 1898–1902
  195. Clothed in Conflict: Clothing and Racial Violence in the Post-Civil War American South
  196. Clues, Evidence, Detection: Law Stories
  197. Coffee, Sugar, and Chocolate: Commodities and Unfree Labor in the Americas across the Atlantic and Pacific
  198. Cold War Émigrés: Looking for Patterns in Exile Political Activism
  199. Cold War in Classical Rome: The Parthian Pretenders in Tacitus’s Annals
  200. Cold War, Warm Embrace: The United States and the Ultimate Admission of Europe’s Displaced Orphans, 1945–52
  201. Collaboration among Communities of Religious and Historians
  202. Collaboration among Individuals, Groups, and Institutions to Provide Enduring Access to Catholic Research Resources
  203. Collaboration between Student Information Professionals and Archives
  204. Collaboration with Scholars to Create Catholic History Educational Materials
  205. Collaboration, Ethics, and Costs: A Brief History
  206. Colonial Lawyers and Their Books: Connecting Legal History to the History of the Book
  207. Colonization and State Formation in the Frontier Provinces of Cauca and Antioquía, Colombia, 1825–70
  208. Coloring Natural History Illustrations
  209. Coloring the Roman Mind
  210. Comfortably Compound, Dangerously Middle: Nascence and Change in the Andes (and Beyond)
  211. Coming from the Outside: Why Did Uganda Want to “Kill the Gays”?
  212. Commanders in the Diaspora: West African Warfare in Colonial Cuba and the Issue of Leadership
  213. Commerce, Church-Building, and Citizenry: Atlantic Convergences in New York Catholicism, 1785–1815
  214. Commercializing Revolution and Patriotism: The Leftist Repackaging of the PRC Opera Film in 1950s–60s Hong Kong
  215. Community, Culture, Text: The Social Development of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health
  216. Comparing Accounts: Using Popular Culture in History Pedagogy
  217. Competing Claims of Authority? The Rise and Fall of Catherine de Hueck’s Friendship House in the Archdiocese of Toronto
  218. Competing Conceptions of Hell in the Gilded Age
  219. Comprehending O Bom Combate: Gender, Sexuality, and Reaction in Twentieth-Century Brazil
  220. Conceptualizing U.S. History within the Wider Context of the Pacific
  221. Condemning Crack, Condemning Crime, Condemning Ourselves: Crack Era Reform from the Grassroots to Washington
  222. Conflicts of Interests and Strategic Alliances between Brazilians and American Trade Unionists during the Civil-Military Dictatorship in Brazil
  223. Confronting the Impossibility of Representation: Literary Responses to the Armenian Genocide
  224. Confucian Academies: Reading the Procedures
  225. Confucius in the Sooner State: How the Oklahoma University Confucius Institute Survived and Succeeds
  226. Connecting History: Our Discipline’s Role in an Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Core
  227. Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific World in the U.S. History Surveys
  228. Conservative, Traditionalists, and Reactionaries: The Mexican Reception of European Anti-liberal Thought, 1821–67
  229. Conservatives beyond Borders, the American-Israeli Case: An Exploratory Study of Transnational Conservative Networks
  230. Constructing an Official Memory of Colombia’s Civil War: An Analysis of the Centro Nacional De Memoria Historica
  231. Constructing the Murderous Harlot in Tudor London
  232. Contested Subjects: Ottoman and British Jurisdictional Quarrels over Afghans and Indians Abroad, 1878–1914
  233. Contesting the City on a Hill: Puritans, Catholics, and the Visible Church
  234. Contextualizing Creole Cuisine: Reading Ethnicity, Race, and Gender in New Orleans Menus and Community Cookbooks, 1930–65
  235. Contradictions within Mass Society: Civil Conflict in Shanghai, 1956–58
  236. Convenient Optimists? U.S. Transnational Actors in the Eyes of the PRC Foreign Policy Establishment, 1949–66
  237. Convergence or Coevolution? Ishikawa Chiyomatsu and the Problem of Japanese Modernization
  238. Converting the Christian Faith into the City’s Modern Landmarks: The Beijing Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) and Its Public Establishments, 1920s–30s
  239. Coping with Socialism: The Shanghai Way under Mao
  240. Corpus Mysterium Regni and the Execution of Louis XVI
  241. Corresponding Sanctity: Extending Presence and Negotiating Distance in a Nineteenth-Century Saintly Epistle
  242. Corridors: Pathologies of Mixed-Use Space in Socialist Chinese Architecture
  243. Cosas que no se Mencionan: Poetics and Politics of Spectrality in Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rico
  244. Cosmopolitan Minstrelsy: Race, Gender, and Transatlantic Theatre
  245. Costume Communities: The Flattening Field of Clothing Scholars, Living Historians, Entrepreneurs, and Bloggers
  246. Countering the “Communist Menace”: Transnational and Inter-imperial Responses to International Communism in 1920s Southeast Asia
  247. Counting Bodies: The Tokyo Air Raids and the Politics of Memory
  248. Crafting Indigenous Oral Histories: Social Scientists and Non-government Organizations in the Production of Oral Archives and Sources in Chile, 1990–2011
  249. Creating and Archiving Regional South Asian Community Histories: Insider/Outsider Dilemmas
  250. Crime in the City: The Gendered Geography of Bologna, 1600–1900
  251. Critical Insights on a Precarious Time: Shellmounds and Colonialism in the San Francisco Bay, California
  252. Crossing Boundaries in Buenos Aires: René Padilla, José Miguez Bonino, and Theological Exchange within Latin American Protestantism
  253. Cruising the Archives: The Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals and Sexual Desire
  254. Cuba and the United States in the Atlantic Slave Trade
  255. Cuban Doctors without Borders: Family Planning Networks in the 1930s and 1960s
  256. Cultivating Racial Democracy: Latin American History from a Tropical Agriculture Institute
  257. Cultural Ambassadorship: The Pan-American Games, 1929–79
  258. Cultural Revolution in the U.S. Media
  259. Culture and Capital in the Classroom: Lessons from Teaching Pacific Northwest History of the United States
  260. Culture in Flight: Refugees and the Politics of Music in Latin America, 1933–60
  261. Culture Wars in the Trenches: Secular Education versus Catholic Education in the Archbishopric of Mexico in 1885
  262. Curating History’s Silences
  263. Curry Stuff: Comparing the History of Curry Consumption in Early Australia and Colonial Asia, c. 1900–65
  264. Cybernetic Archives
  265. Dalit Women’s Education in Modern India: Double Discrimination
  266. Daughters of Reconstruction: Women and Catholic Revival in Republican Beijing
  267. De Colonos “Prósperos” a Extranjeros “Reticentes”: Rusos Molokanes en Baja California
  268. De Erroribus Sarracenorum: Islam through Inquisitorial Lenses
  269. Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Franciscan Habits: The Art of Dying in Late Sixteenth-Century Spanish-Indigenous Cholula
  270. Debating Dependency at the United Nations: The Belgian Thesis and Europe’s Critique of Informal Empires in a Decolonizing World
  271. Debts and Dowries: The Challenges Facing Mallorcan Conversas in the Aftermath of 1391
  272. Decline and Revival of an Ethnic Space: Havana’s Chinatown since the 1959 Cuban Revolution
  273. Decolonization and the Arid World
  274. Deconstructing the Fascination of the Middle East with Europe from Europe
  275. Defending the Remnants: American Jews Respond to Poland’s 1968 Anti-Zionist Campaign
  276. Defining Catholic Manhood at Boston College, 1940–70
  277. Defining Equal Work for Equal Pay: Trade Unions, the Post Office, and the Battle for Wage Equity in World War II
  278. Demagoguery in the United Nations: The New International Economic Order, 1973–75
  279. Democratization through the Press: Hildegard Hamm-Brücher, the “Neue Zeitung,” and Politics in Postwar Munich
  280. Democratizing the Archives: An Aggregation of Diverse Histories in Queens
  281. Depicting Mexican Nature: Science, Visuality, and the Natural World in the Construction of Indigeneity
  282. Designing and Building the 1717 Princess Carolina, an American Colonial Merchant Ship
  283. Designing the Tool
  284. Designing the Tool, Part II
  285. Development and the Rule of Law: Global Scripts, Vernacular Worlds
  286. Did Muhammad Write by Hand? A Live Debate in Eleventh-Century Andalusia
  287. Different Semester, Different Format: Flexibility in Teaching the World History Survey While Maintaining Academic Integrity
  288. Digging for Democracy in Greece: Civilizing and De-civilizing Processes during the “American Century”
  289. Digital Approaches to Nineteenth-Century Catholic Print Culture
  290. Digitizing “Chinese Englishmen”: Empire, Whiteness, and the Digital Nineteenth-Century Archive
  291. Diplomacy of Quiet Candor: John Sherman Cooper’s Tenure as Ambassador to India, 1955–56
  292. Disability Rights Activisms in Eastern and Southern Africa: Lessons from the ADA and Lessons for the ADA
  293. Disasters Fast and Slow: The View from Disaster Anthropology
  294. Disasters Fast and Slow: The View from Environmental Studies
  295. Disasters Fast and Slow: The View from Policy History
  296. Disasters Fast and Slow: The View from Sociology
  297. Disasters Fast and Slow: The View from the History of Technology and Science
  298. Disconnecting the Undersea Cable Network, 1850–2015
  299. Discourse of the Dum-Dum: Imperialism and British and American Counterinsurgency, 1890–1914
  300. Discourses of Gender, Childhood, and Delinquency: A Look at Childhood and Citizenship in Industrial Schools in Colonial Jamaica, 1918–38
  301. Discovering the Ancient South: Methodological Considerations
  302. Discovering the Final Frontier: The Seventeenth-Century Encounter with the Lunar Environment
  303. Discussing History in a Massive, Open, Online Environment
  304. Dismantling Hell in the Fourth Century: The Egyptian Revival of Origen
  305. Dissenting Sons and the Construction of Female Authority in Fontevraud, 1627–43
  306. Documenting and Explaining Displacement by Paramilitaries
  307. Does the Great Divergence Matter?
  308. Doing Disability History in Non-Western Societies: A Perspective from the Arab World
  309. Doing History
  310. Domesticating the International: Los Angeles as Case Study
  311. Don't Sit Back: Organizing for Change
  312. Doomsday Preppers: Signs, Warnings, and Descriptions of the Apocalypse in Nahuatl and Maya Texts
  313. Doubt and Certitude: The Epistemology of Angélique de Saint-Jean Arnauld d’Andilly
  314. Drawing Liberalism: A Macroanalysis of Herblock’s Political Cartoons, 1946–76
  315. Dreaming of Sports City: Stadium Construction, Urban Transformation, and Soccer Clubs in Buenos Aires 1955–73
  316. Dual Passions: A History of Fútbol Films in Argentina, 1933–90
  317. Dutch Converts to Islam and the Construction of Mosques in the Interwar Netherlands
  318. Dutch Medical Actors and American Morphine Users in the Dutch Public Discourse, c. 1890–1920
  319. E-Journals
  320. Early Internationalization of the Mexican Financial System, 1960–90
  321. Early Modern Dutch Women’s Engagement in Political Disputes
  322. Early Modern Ground Zeros: Big City Fires in Central Europe
  323. Early Modern Social Networks: The Vallgornera Family across the Mediterranean Sea
  324. Earthquakes, Typhus, and the Cultural Construction of Colonial Medicine in Late Colonial Central America
  325. East Meets West and West Meets East: Immigrant and Ethnic History in the U.S. Survey
  326. Eastern Europe as an Economic World Region: Landau, Kalecki, and International Statistics in the Mid-Twentieth Century
  327. Ebbets Field, Race, and Racism
  328. Economic Effects of Runs on Early Shadow Banks: Trust Companies and the Panic of 1907
  329. Ecumenism as a Renewed Platform in a Post-Apartheid South Africa
  330. Educating through Travel: Xin’an Children Travel Group and the Life Education Movement in 1930s China
  331. Electric Home Sewing: Singer Electric Sewing Machines in Transnational Perspective
  332. Emergence of Geography as Race in a Multi-religious Country: Tolerance and Conflict in Colonial and Post-Colonial Modern India
  333. Emerson and Thoreau: Diverging Transcendentalist Views
  334. Empathy and the Telling of History: Forced Migration and Memory in Israel after 1948
  335. Empire’s Sex Work: Gender and Race Privilege in Colonial Peru's Inquisition
  336. Encircling Value: Historical Linguistics and Documenting Precolonial Inland African Trade
  337. England’s Conversation: Ethnic, National, and Religious Discourse in Robert Parsons’s Three Conversions
  338. English Catholic Historiography at Home and Abroad: The Writings of Harpsfield and Stapleton
  339. Enlightened Agriculture: International Science and Agricultural Modernization in the Revista Agrícola de Instituto Fluminense de Agricultura, 1869–89
  340. Enslaved Africans in the Province of Guatemala, 1600–50
  341. Enslaved Women and African Marketing Practices in Antebellum Charleston
  342. Entre Enfermedad y Pecado: Idolatry and Disease in Colonial Yucatán
  343. Envisioning Latin America: Intellectual Practices of Difference in America’s Fin de Siècle
  344. Estado y Administración de la Naturaleza: Formas Emergentes de Agencia Indígena en la Reserva de la Biosfera Pantanos de Centla
  345. Ethnicity, Intelligence, and the Russo-Qing Cold War, 1674–1818
  346. Ethnohistory and Encounter Theory
  347. Ethnopolitics: The Making of Scientific Knowledge and Utopian Projects in Interwar Poland
  348. European and Native American Encounters
  349. Europe’s Borderland: The Balkans, the Nineteenth Century, and French Influence
  350. Exceptionalism and the “Phantom Heresy”: Antecendents to a Contemporary American Catholic Church
  351. Exchanges of Women: Gift Giving and Donation in Early Medieval Women’s Letters and Charters
  352. Exile in the Eye of the Beholder: Jews, Christians, and the Embrace of Exile in Medieval Europe
  353. Exotic Whiteness: History, Ethnography, and Gay Sexual Tourism in Reverse
  354. Experts and Democracy: Political Science and Urban Reform in the Early Twentieth Century
  355. Exploring the Price of Freedom Collection from the Smithsonian Museum of American History
  356. Extending a Hand: Teaching History at Community Colleges
  357. Externalization and Encryption: Female Exemplarity in Thomas of Cantimpré and Johannes Nider
  358. Extreme Exploration—Interdisciplinarity at MIT
  359. Fables of the Reconstruction
  360. Facing Scientific Savagery: Gas Masks and the Materiality of Modern War in Britain’s Domestic Front, c. 1915–45
  361. Facts and Fictions
  362. Family Unity, Child Refugees, and the American Catholic Bishops’ Response to the Wagner-Rogers Bill, 1939
  363. Family, Law, and Justice in Creole Malay Translations of the Confucian Four Books in Dutch Colonial Java
  364. Fascists in a Post-Fascist World: Ex-elites Negotiate Belonging in Democratic Italy, 1945–60
  365. Father Theodore Suk: A Man of Faith
  366. Fear and Orphanages in Spanish Film: A Gendered Memory of the Franco Regime
  367. Feeding War: Mobilizing the Kitchen in World War I Germany
  368. Female Gossip and Political Engagement in Early Modern Italy
  369. Feminism and Revolution: Angela Davis in Cuba
  370. Fields of Plenty and Lives of Want: Pan-American Food Production during the Great War
  371. Finding Allies and Building Alliances in Support of Adjunct Faculty
  372. Firing Line, William F. Buckley Jr., and the American Conservative Movement
  373. Foe or Friend? Catholics and the Specter of Islam at the End of French Empire in West Africa
  374. Food Safety and Global Comestibles
  375. Food Will Win the War: Approaches for Teaching World War I
  376. Food Will Win the World: An International History of World War I through the Lens of Food
  377. For Allah, Mammon, and Empire: Islamic Law and Capitalism in Oman and the Indian Ocean, c. 1880–1915
  378. Foreign Policy and Slave Trade: The Courts of Mixed Commission and Their Role in Implementing Abolition in Havana and Rio de Janeiro
  379. Forging Transnational Ties: Afro-German Women and the Cross-Cultural Black Women’s Studies Summer Institute
  380. Fossil Fuels and Industrialization in the Basin of Mexico, 1870–1915
  381. Founding Fathers of a Contested Nation: Chinese Collaborators and the Founding Myth of Manchukuo, 1932–37
  382. Foxe’s Children: Rereading the “Book of Martyrs” in Nineteenth-Century American Children’s Literature
  383. Fracture or Continuum?
  384. Francis I, Evangelical Catholicism, and the Global Struggle over Sexual Ethics
  385. Franciscans and the Natural World in the Thirteenth Century
  386. Franciscans in Puerto Rico
  387. Franco’s “Liberal” Colonialism: Fascist Spain, the Moroccan Nationalist Movement, and al-Umma Newspaper
  388. FRANKLIN—Access to the FDR Library’s Digital Collections
  389. Freda Kirchwey’s Nation: The War in Europe and Its Aftermath, 1937–55
  390. Freedom of Organization: The Dissolution and Merger of Southern Black Teacher Associations
  391. Freedom on the Move: A Database of Fugitives from North American Slavery
  392. French Concerts in Berlin: Religious Music between the Cosmopolitan and National
  393. French-Trained Naturalists Map out an Early Colombian Republic’s Interiors, 1820s–40s
  394. Freud, the Global Sexual Scientist
  395. Frida Kahlo’s Self-Fashioning in Art and Life: Making Trouble, Third Gender, Third Space
  396. From a Mulato Caribbean to a Black Pacific: Changing Locations of Racialization in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Colombia
  397. From a Society Free of Religion to Freedom of Conscience: How Toleration Emerged from within Totalitarianism
  398. From Calcutta to the Caribbean: Indian Women and the Journey of Indenture
  399. From Christ to the Crusades
  400. From Civil Death to Genocide in Napoleonic Europe: The Erasure of “Noirs, Mulâtres et Autre Gens de Couleur”
  401. From Colonial Diseases to Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs): Historicizing the Current Moment in Global Health
  402. From Courtly Pleasure to Unseemly Passion: The Mastani Scandal at the Peshwa’s Court in Mid-Eighteenth-Century India
  403. From Geneva to Lahore: Calvinist Psalmody and Church Growth among Low-Caste Christians in Colonial India
  404. From Globalization to Global Warming: A Historiographical Transition
  405. From Graduate Student to Junior Faculty Status: Some Connections and Issues
  406. From Humanae Vitae to Three Mile Island: Catholic Technocrats and American Culture in the 1970s
  407. From Minecraft to Mindcraft: Integrating Digital Humanities into History Courses
  408. From New Rome to Old: Andrew’s Head and the Circulation of Sanctity
  409. From Patriotic Youth to Bogus Students and Back Again: The Politics of Wartime History in Postwar China
  410. From Pioneers to Young Communists: Constructing Childhood in Revolutionary Cuba
  411. From Plaçage to Sugar Babies: Contracts for Intimate Attachment from the Nineteenth Century to Today
  412. From Plato to NATO and Then Some: Compressing Time and Space in the AP World History Survey
  413. From Producing to Consuming: The End of the Volunteer Work Ethic in American Hiking Culture
  414. From Public Sphere to Public Arena: Boycotts and Narratives of Urban Space in Late Ottoman Salonica
  415. From Representation to Experience: Women's Reproductive Practices in Rio de Janeiro, 1850–1930
  416. From Salem to Sri Lanka: Learning to Follow a Lead
  417. From the Academy to a Learned Society: Reflections of an Executive Director
  418. From the Disaster of War to a War on Disasters: The First World War and the Origins of an International Natural Disaster Assistance Régime
  419. From the Lecture Hall to Live TV
  420. From Vagrants to Referents of Cultural Change: Colombian Professional Footballers in Medellín, 1960s–70s
  421. From Witches to Whales; or, The Prescient Professor and the Unlikely Undergraduate
  422. From “Christian Nation” to a Multi-faith Society: Reimagining Religion in Multicultural Britain
  423. From “Purifying” the Body Politic to Remembering the Hero: The Killing of Augusto Sandino and Its Memorialization in Exile, 1934–56
  424. Fugitive Modernities, Spirit Biographies, and the Transatlantic Politics of Reputation: Angola and the Americas in the Seventeenth Century
  425. Funding the Birth Control Movement: Margaret Sanger’s New York Network of Wealthy Feminists
  426. Future War of John Bloch versus Norman Angell’s Great Illusion
  427. Futures Past in Santiago: Religion, American Neocolonialism, and the Remaking of Eastern Cuba
  428. Futurism from Foundation to World War: The Art and Politics of an Avant-Garde Movement
  429. Gaining Access through Protest Politics: The Black and Puerto Rican Construction Workers Coalition
  430. Gary Wills and the American Catholic Public Intellectual as Critic
  431. Gender: A History of the Category, 1980s to the Present
  432. Gendered Thievery: Women, Shoplifting, Petty Theft, and Money Forgery in Interwar Egypt
  433. Gendering Gullah Makers: Recovering the Intellectual Motives of the Women Who Researched and Imagined the Gullah, 1915–91
  434. Gendering World History: Laura White and the History of Woman’s Social Progress
  435. Genocide and Resistance: The Northern Paiutes and Oregon’s “Exterminator” Governor George L. Woods during the “Snake War” of 1855–68
  436. Geographies of Conquest: A Maghrebi Chart of the Western Mediterranean, c. 1350
  437. Geographies of Toxic War
  438. George C. Marshall and the “Europe First” Strategy, 1939–51: A Study in Diplomatic as Well as Military History
  439. German American Capital, Communication, and Transport Networks in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century
  440. German Capital Cities: Empowerment and State Construction, 1815–66
  441. German Jews, Orientalism, and Islam
  442. Germany’s Catholic Fraternities and Their Confrontation with National Socialism on a Volatile University Landscape
  443. Germany’s Preferred Fremdenstadt: Cosmopolitan Dresden before World War I
  444. Germany’s Urban Frontier: Urbanization and Germanization in the Late Nineteenth Century
  445. Getting Real with Grant Wacker
  446. Gokaldas Khimji: A Twentieth-Century Banyan Merchant in Muscat
  447. Good Seed, High Yield: The Industrial Discourse of Megachurches and Agribusiness in the Late Twentieth-Century American South
  448. Graduate Student to Junior Faculty: Connections and Issues
  449. Graphic and Narrative Depictions of the Equatorial Andes in Geodesic Science and Landscape Art in the Eighteenth through Twentieth Centuries
  450. Gravel Pitches and Borrowed Balls: Gender and Women’s Soccer in Mexico City
  451. Greeks, Germans, and the Origins of the Idea of Cultural Patrimony
  452. Guest Workers and City Policy in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1955–73
  453. Haiti’s History Embedded in Amber: Historians and Artists
  454. Hand of Man or Hand of Fate? The Role of Environment in the Lebanese Famine of World War I
  455. Harlem Is Heaven: Utopic Space in the Kingdom of Father Divine
  456. Hawking or Street Walking? Petites Vendeuses and Sexual Assault in French West Africa, 1920s–40s
  457. Health Nursing or Health Visiting: An American Debate over Public Health Care in Europe, 1918–25
  458. Healthy Desires: AIDS Activism and the Queer Transgressions of Safer Sex Videos
  459. Hearing Difference
  460. Heavenly Bodies: The Intimate History of the Space Race and Second Wave Feminism
  461. Hell on Earth: The Perspective of the “Medieval Manichees”
  462. Helping Mexico Smoke: British American Tobacco, Phillip Morris, and Their Mexican Partners, 1974–93
  463. Helping the Holy Souls in Purgatory: The Dynamic Relationship between the Living and the Dead in the American Catholic Church
  464. Henry Clay’s Coffin: The Politics of Death and Material Culture
  465. Her Hat Was in the Ring: Women, History, Politics, and Digital Humanities in the Twenty-First Century
  466. Herbert Hoover, Poles, and Poland: An Inquiry into a Dynamic Relationship
  467. Here Come the Cubans: The American Catholic Church and Their Cold War Refugee Resettlement Efforts, 1960–80
  468. High School Student Activism, a Legal Lynching, and the New Jim Crow
  469. Hindustani News Bulletins, the Second World War, and the “Indian Masses”
  470. Historians and Archivists in the Shadow of “Never Again”: The Challenges and Complexities of Documenting Genocide in Rwanda, 1994 to the Present
  471. Historical Approach in Sociology of Immigration: Some Lessons Sinking In?
  472. Historical Diagnosis of the Catholic Medical School in Cold War America: The Seton Hall Medical School Story, 1954–65
  473. Historical Sociology: Questions of Access and Limits of Digitized Newspaper Databases
  474. Historicism and Materiality in Legal Theory
  475. Historicizing the Here and Now: Science and Religion in Modern America
  476. Historicizing the Subject: Foucault after Liberalism and Eurocentrism
  477. Historiographical Approaches of Greece’s Great War: Between National Narrative and the Global Context
  478. History across the Market Spectrum
  479. History and Materiality of Dispensational Charts
  480. History and the Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences: Toward a Model of Interdisciplinary Collaboration
  481. History and the Other Disciplines: History of Costume, Aesthetics, and Appearance
  482. History and the Social Sciences: Interdisciplinary Exchange in Migration Studies
  483. History As a Field of Struggle: The Making of Black Archives, 1915–50
  484. History as the Link between Theory and Policy in Nuclear Proliferation Studies
  485. History at Play
  486. History for STEM Majors: Pitfalls, Opportunities, and Rewards
  487. History in the Background
  488. History’s Interdisciplinarity
  489. Hong Kong/China/Hollywood: Colonial Censorship and the Cultural Politics of Cinema in the Cold War
  490. Honor and Crisis: The Chivalric Assumptions of Italian Intervention in 1915
  491. Honor, Civility, and Authority among English Merchants in the Ottoman Empire: The Case of Sackville Crowe and Thomas Bendish, 1645–66
  492. Household Worship of Confucian Sages and Worthies by Ming-Qing Confucians
  493. Houses of Worship in the Twin Cities: Using Spatial Mapping to Gauge Interaction among Immigrant Religious Groups, 1849–1924
  494. How Corona Became King: Mexican Beer in the Late Twentieth Century
  495. How the Socialites of Edith Wharton's New York Took Woman's Suffrage from Frumpy to Fashionable
  496. How the “Merely Material” Matters: Jewish Possessions during and after the Second World War
  497. How to Build a Sound Empire: The Contested Techno-Aesthetics of Pre-World War II U.S.-French Broadcasting
  498. How to Fight Like an Indian
  499. Humanitarian Aid as Procurement: The American Relief Administration in Postwar Europe
  500. Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation: United Bronx Parents and New York City’s First-Ever Citywide Free Summer Meals Program
  501. Hurricanes, Public Health, and Citizenship under Empire and Dictatorship: A Comparative Analysis of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic during the Great Depression
  502. I Will Return and I Will Be Millions: Vernacular and State-Sponsored Memorials to Argentina’s Desaparecidos
  503. Identity and Activism: The Effort to Repeal the Sodomy Laws in 1820s Britain
  504. Identity, Mobility, and the Risks of Illegal Enslavement: Africans in the Old South
  505. Ignaz von Dȍllinger Prior to the First Vatican Council
  506. Illegal Enslavement and International Law in the Southern Borders of South America in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
  507. Illegal Slave Trade, Individual Identification, and Rights in Nineteenth-Century Brazil
  508. Imagery of “Indian” Architecture, Exoticism, and Print Culture in Nineteenth-Century France
  509. Images of Guldara Stupa: Politics and Portrayal of Buddhist Aesthetics in Afghanistan
  510. Imaging Infrastructures and Global Environments
  511. Immigration and Entrepreneurship in the Postwar United States: Contextualizing the German Immigrant Entrepreneurship Biographies
  512. Immigration Reform Advocates and the Passage of the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act
  513. Imperial and Ancestral Sage
  514. Imperial/Post-imperial London and Black Atlantic Intellectual Histories
  515. Impossible Promises: Ephemeral Objects in New Orleans’ Antebellum Sex Trade
  516. Improving “The Plight of the Free World”: China and the Rise of Evangelical Internationalism in Christianity Today
  517. In Not-So-Small Things Forgotten: Archaeologies of Colonialism and Racialization in the Northeast
  518. In Search of Peasant Communities in Byzantine Greece
  519. In Search of Robert Charles: Race and Violence in Jim Crow New Orleans
  520. In the Heart of Europe: Danubian Studies and American Schemes for Economic Reconstruction after World War I
  521. In the Shadow of the Double: Psychiatry and Popular Religion in Cuba
  522. In the Shadow of the Eiffel Tower: Advocating for Moroccan Independence in Post-World War II France
  523. Incorporating the LGBT Past in High School History
  524. Indian Pilgrims and the Hajj “Bazaar” Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1707–1810
  525. Indians, Epidemics, and Colonial Mexico’s Theater of Death
  526. Indigenous Constituents in the White Republic: Costa Rica, 1910–40
  527. Indigenous Politics in Northern Patagonia: Reciprocity, Kinship, and Territorial Networks of Power, 1850–80
  528. Individualism, Professionalism, and Economic Security: Academic Freedom, Collective Bargaining, and the American Association of University Professors
  529. Individuating War Dead: Scientific Intervention into Post-conflict Societies
  530. Industry and Reflection: Engineers’ Class Struggle and Philosophy of Technology around 1900
  531. Information Revolutions Past and Present: How Digital Humanities Can and Can’t Transform Scholarship on the History of Christianity in Late Antiquity
  532. Innovation and Entrepreneurship as Strategies for Success among Havana-Based Slave Trading Firms after 1820
  533. Inserting the Visible Hand: Government in Chinese Students’ Migration and Transformation in the Cold War
  534. Institutionalizing Peace: Rethinking John Foster Dulles, International Law, and the Origins of a Cold War
  535. Integrating a Video “Narrative Lab” in the History Survey Course
  536. Integrating History, Memory, and Intimate Ethnography: A Polish Biography-Memoir of World War II, Immigration, and a Life Remade
  537. Integrating Pacific and Atlantic Histories into the U.S. History Survey
  538. Integrating the Discipline of History into the New Southern Studies
  539. Integrating U.S. Regionalism into “Americanization” Narratives in the Era of Development
  540. Integrating Writing Skills into History Lesson Plans
  541. Intercept: The United States, Mexico, and Nixon’s First Battle in the War on Drugs, 1969–70
  542. International Marriage in Meiji/Taisho Japan: Inazo and Mary Elkinton Nitobe
  543. International Networks across the Atlantic: Latin Eugenics and Sexual Knowledge in Italy and Argentina, 1916–46
  544. International Society by Law: Mandates, Minorities, and Non-States in Interwar International Law
  545. Internationalism alongside Ethnic Exclusivity: The Girl Guides in Egypt in the Years Surrounding the First World War
  546. Intersectional and Decolonial Feminisms: Toward a Conversation
  547. Intersectionality in a Multiracial Feminist Framework: Bridging Intersectionality and Empirical Social Science Research
  548. Intersectionality: A Concept of Liberation or Oppression?
  549. Invisible Parteras: Midwives Surviving Colonization in New Mexico
  550. Irrigating Nazareth, Leveraging U.S. Aid: Water and Point Four Local Politics in the Middle East
  551. Is Our Constitution Undemocratic? What Changes Would Make It More Democratic?
  552. Islam and Tsarist Russia: The Imperial Logic behind Confrontation and Cultivation
  553. Islamic Law and the Humanities: Reflections on Egypt
  554. Island Borderlands: Agents of Change in the Mediterranean during the Nineteenth Century
  555. It’s Complicated: Republicans’ Relationship with Talk Radio
  556. Jan Brożek’s Contribution to Copernican Studies Originating from His Queries in Warmia in 1618
  557. Japanese Immigration to Brazil: Historical Memory, Representation, and Japanese Brazilian Identity in São Paulo
  558. Japanese Imperialism and the Colonial Precariat: Imperialist Distortions of Marx’s “Absolute, General Law of Capitalist Accumulation”
  559. Jesuit Bibliographic Database
  560. Jesuit Studies Bibliographic Database
  561. Jewish History and Culture in the BIA Digital Archive: Problems and Solutions
  562. Jewish Memory and the Human Right to Petition, 1933–50
  563. Jewish Subtexts in Two Early Nahuatle/Spanish Plays of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
  564. Junkies and Jim Crow: The Integration of the NOPD Narcotics Squad
  565. Just the Facts: The Fantasy of a Historical Science
  566. Justifying Just Deserts: Carolingian Exile as Imperfect Imperial Ideal
  567. Kare'e and Kari'i: Indian Cuisine and Pan-Asianism in Interwar Japan
  568. Kidnapping, Slavery, and the Politics of Interregional Cooperation in the Early United States
  569. KNAPP: The National Committee of Americans of Polish Descent
  570. Koselleck’s Times: Saddles, Layers, and Non-synchronicities
  571. Labor, Literature, and Love: The Making of a Chinese Celebrity Intellectual in Interwar Europe
  572. Lallemant, Surin, and Bergoglio: Pope Francis and the “Mystical Movement” in Jesuit History
  573. Land for Those Who Work It? Or Land for Its Original Owners?
  574. Landscapes in Orbit: The Material and Political Topography of Near-Earth Space
  575. Latina/o Anticolonial Struggles and the Commission on Hispanic Affairs of the Episcopal Church
  576. Lavinia Dock, International Nurse: Transnational Approaches to Feminism, Social Justice, and Global Public Health
  577. Law and the Study of Migration
  578. Law, Hegemony, Competition, and Hierarchy: Historical Context of Law and Globalization
  579. Lay Religious Women, University Clerics, and the Trial of Marguerite of Porete (d.1310)
  580. League of Empires: Interwar Internationalism, European Colonialism, and the Problem of “Native Labor”
  581. Learning—and Not Learning—from Nazi Urban Planning
  582. Leaving Bayreuth: Reflections on the Local Appropriation of Richard Wagner's Parsifal
  583. Leaving the Cuckoo’s Nest: Challenging Incarceration in Psychiatric Hospitals
  584. Left Out: Situating Stigma in U.S. Radical and Left Social Movement History
  585. Legal Orientalism: Locating China in Law’s World
  586. Lessons in Loyalty: The Contradictory Path of Japanese Language Schools during World War II
  587. Liberty and Identity: Faith and Art in the Italian American Colonies in the Years of Mass Migration
  588. Life of a Triple Border: Methodological Considerations on the Function of Borders during Times of Crisis
  589. Linked Open Data and the Promise of Syriac Prosopography
  590. Lipsiae Contra Omnes: Local Culture and Transregional Competition in Nineteenth-Century Leipzig
  591. Locating the Past: The Case of Takht-i Sulaiman
  592. Location, Location, Location: Explaining the Vicissitudes of Early Modern Andernach
  593. Lonrho and the Decolonization of Southern Africa in the 1970s
  594. Looking Past the Written Word: Digital Authoring and the Representation of Knowledge
  595. Louisiana Purchases: The Acquisition of the Indian Estate
  596. Lowly Laborers: Labor on Colonial Monserrat at the Culture Construction of Identity
  597. Lumina Tuning
  598. Maciste Goes to War: Maciste Alpino, 1916
  599. Mad around the Edges: Psychiatric Enclaves in British India
  600. Madness and Freedom; or, Color-Coding Insanity in Post-emancipation Brazil
  601. Magic (Wu), Medicine (Yi), Religion (Jiao), and the Scope of Rationality (Li) in Imperial China
  602. Magna Carta for the World? The Constitutional Protection of Foreign Subjects in the Age of Revolutions
  603. Making a Responsible Autonomy: American Catholics and the Turn to Conscience, 1968–80
  604. Making Sense of the Passions: A Tribute to Mary Beth Norton
  605. Making Space for Pauli Murray: Transformations in a Queer Politics and a Queer Life
  606. Managing Gendered Marginality in Colonial Cairo, 1920–39
  607. Maneuvering between the Lines: Conversa Widows after the Violence of 1391 in Girona
  608. Mapping a Slave Revolt: Digital Tools and the Historian’s Craft
  609. Mapping Boston’s Religions from the Revolution to 1800
  610. Mapping Dissent in the Civil War North: Digital History’s Potential to Recast Political History
  611. Mapping Imagined Germany, 1660–1870
  612. Mapping Micro-relations between the Omani Interior and Coast in the Nineteenth Century
  613. Mapping the Community: ArchGIS and the History of Religious Experience
  614. Mapping the Creek Indian World of Spirits in the Long Nineteenth Century
  615. Mapping the Medieval Bishop: Sacral Landscape and Episcopal Activity in Thirteenth-Century Avignon
  616. Mapping the Savings and Loan Crisis of the 1980s through Text Mining and Social Network Analysis
  617. Mapuche Soundscapes in the Argentine Folklore Movement: From Winka Ventriloquism to Neo-Liberal Multiculturalism
  618. Margaret Walker Personal Papers Digital Archives Project
  619. Maria Monk, “Bridget,” or Just Plain Invisible? Catholic Lay and Religious Women in the Era of the American Civil War
  620. Mariquita Sanchez’s Salon in Exile
  621. Martial Student Nationalisms: Writings from the Guatemalan Anti-Communist Student Committee, 1950–54
  622. Mas Então Ela é Escrava? Projections of Brazilian History and Fiction in the Soap Opera Escrava Isaura, 1976
  623. Mass Violence against Communists and Others for a “New Order” in Indonesia, 1965–68
  624. Material Culture without the Material: Combining Sources to Study Slave Clothing
  625. Material Politics: World War I, a Silver Inkstand and Object-Based U.S. Cultural Nationalism
  626. Math in/as History
  627. Medici Grand Duchesses and their Pharmacies
  628. Mediterranean Vistas, Local Experiences: A Historical Archaeology and Social History of Everyday Life on a Greek Island: Andros in the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries
  629. Merida’s Maya Cabildos in the Age of Independence: Language, Landholding, and the Law, 1790–1830
  630. Middle Eastern Routes to the Global
  631. Mier and Freedom of Thought in the Late New Spain and Early Mexico
  632. Migration Patterns of Asians into the Americas
  633. Migration, Solidarity, and the Italian Church’s Response to the 1991 Albanian Refugee Crisis
  634. Migration: An Interdisciplinary Natural?
  635. Militarizing Childhoods, Infantilizing Wars in the Visual Culture of Twentieth-Century Japan
  636. Military Recruitment and Legal Sovereignty in Early Republican Mexico, 1820s–40s
  637. Minerals, Nation, and Resistance in Peru
  638. Mingako Kultural: Harvesting Music, Poetry, and Autonomy
  639. Mining Exploration and the Limits of Empire in Colonial Brazil
  640. Minor Characters: Childhood in Pinochet’s Chile in Fiction and Film
  641. Minority Protection versus Population Exchange: The League of Nations Redefines Rights
  642. Missing Links: Embodiments of Evolution in Late Nineteenth-Century American Culture
  643. Mission US: Reanimating Social History for the Twenty-First Century
  644. Missionary Activities and American Nationalism
  645. Mistresses in the Making: White Girls, Mastery, and the Practice of Slave Ownership in the Nineteenth-Century South
  646. Mixed-Caste, Illegitimate Interloper, or Virtuous King? A Case for a Vernacular History of State-Making in Colonial Banaras, Northern India, 1770–81
  647. Mixtec Youth in Oaxaca: Indigenous Rebels of the Global 1960s
  648. Modernity’s Enchantments: Science and Religion in Japan and Western Europe
  649. Modernization or Modernity? Conflicting Visions of the Soviet Experience
  650. Moneylending Maggots: Foreign Usurers and the Rhetoric of Expulsion in the Late Middle Ages
  651. Moral Contagions and “Foreign Emissaries”: Negotiating Race, Status, and Rights beyond the Antebellum Courtroom
  652. More Than a Pretty Picture: The Function of Art in the Plague Years
  653. More Than a Soundbite: What Academics Can Bring to News Coverage
  654. Moved by Example: The Affective Pedagogy of The Life of St. Francis
  655. Multi-religious Societies in World History: Comparative/Conceptual Approaches to Peace
  656. Multiple Mobilities: Controlling Movement in the Middle East
  657. Municipal Order and Imperial Disorder: Policing Tangier in Interwar Morocco, 1925–39
  658. Museums: Making the Multiple Strands of History Accessible and Meaningful
  659. Music, Bürgerlichkeit, and the Social Hierarchies of the Theresienstadt Ghetto
  660. Musical Time, Social Time, and the Bourgeois Habitus: Concert-Going as an Urban Social Practice in Nazi Germany
  661. Must Every People Have an Archive? Jewish Archives, Self-Definition, and State Power
  662. My Way of Resistance: Middle-Class Women under Japanese Occupation in China’s War of Resistance against Japan, 1937–45
  663. Mystical Body Theology Crosses the Atlantic: The Case of Virgil Michel, OSB
  664. Nahua Cultural History Studied across Disciplinary Boundaries
  665. Narrating Decline: Critiquing “Custom” at Aligarh and Deoband
  666. Narratives of Marginalization: The Emigration of Poor Children in Late Nineteenth-Century England
  667. Narratives of Moral Decline and the Civil Religion of Moral Education
  668. Narratives of the “Good Master” and the Origins of Black Communities in Brazil, 1870–1920
  669. Nathaniel Lord Britton and the Making of the Scientific Survey of Puerto Rico
  670. National History Day Senior Individual Exhibit Winner: "Malaga Island: The Community That Maine Erased"
  671. National Magazines
  672. National Review and the Idea of a Liberal Media Bias
  673. National Rhetoric, Local Concerns: The Mexico-Guatemala Border as Seen from the Soconusco
  674. Natives, Legal Culture, and Gender: Mexico City’s Institutions of Authority in the Late Eighteenth through Nineteenth Centuries
  675. Naturally Unsuited or Appropriately Virile: Thirteenth-Century Francophone Views of Violent Women
  676. Nature and the Nation: Hydropower, Political Economy, and the Post-World War II U.S. South
  677. Nature, Economy, and Medieval Environmental History
  678. Negotiating Development in Ethiopa
  679. Negotiating the Law of War in the Ottoman Empire: Neutrality, Subjecthood, and Prisoners of War, 1787–92
  680. Neither Colombian nor Jamaican: A Perspective from the Caribbean Islands of San Andrés and Providencia
  681. New Amsterdam or New Gdańsk? Polish Settlers in New Amsterdam, 1624–64
  682. New Directions in Borderlands History; or, Strategies for Transgressing the Nation-State
  683. New Directions in the Study of Unfree American Indian Labor: Geography, Law, and Methodology
  684. New England–Rio de la Plata Connections: Trans-imperial Networks in the Age of Atlantic Revolutions
  685. New Homes to Raise a Nation: The United Nations, American Cooperativists, and the “Master Plan” to Renovate Haiti’s Capital City, Port-au-Prince
  686. No Pastor but the Word: Mary Baker Eddy’s Reformation of Protestant Textualism
  687. Noble Ghosts, Empty Graves, and National Trauma: The Tale of Taiyuan’s “Five Hundred Martyrs” in the Chinese Civil War
  688. Non/referential
  689. Normalizing the Deviant: Mexican Sexology and Homosexuality, 1860–1960
  690. Not Mobilizing the Masses: French Radio and the People, 1936–40
  691. Not Quite Foreign, Not Quite Ottoman: Central Asian Muslims and Imperial Citizenship in the Late Ottoman Empire
  692. Nurturing the Nation: Normal Schools and the Professionalization of Teaching in Nineteenth-Century Boston and Buenos Aires
  693. Octopuses and Ottonians: The Possibilities of Biological Systems Theories for Historical Inquiry
  694. Of Cannons and Canons: Imperial Expansion and Islamic Literacy in the Ottoman Empire
  695. Of Filth, Lucre, and Faith: Converting the Wandering Oklahoman in New Deal California
  696. Oil Futures: Petrochemical Services and the Culture of U.S. Global Power after 1973
  697. Old Allies, New Problems: Civil Rights Activists and New York’s Drug War
  698. On Re-institutionalizing Women's Rights of Succeeding and Inheriting Family Property in Pre-Modern Korea
  699. On the History and Politics of Political Economy in Japan: The Debate on Capitalism in Prewar Japan and Uno Kozo’s Theory of Capitalist Crisis
  700. On the Road to Justice: Indigenous Communities and the Colonial Legal System in Late Eighteenth-Century Altiplano
  701. On the Use and Abuse of Neuroscience for History
  702. On Writing in Public
  703. One Hundred Years of the Good Book as Textbook in American Public Schools
  704. One Paycheck Away from Becoming Homeless: The Plight of the Adjunct
  705. Online Activities to Explain Migration and Trade in the Atlantic World
  706. Online to Brick and Mortar, and College to Middle School: Teaching World History across Boundaries
  707. Ontologies of Waste
  708. Onward to Tashkent: Indian Revolutionary Exiles in 1920s Central Asia
  709. Open Sources: Realizing the Potential of Hypertext for History
  710. Oral History Project, Latin America
  711. Oral Pleasures, Neighbors’ Tongues: Stories of Transgendering Avant la Lettre in Buenos Aires, 1902–30
  712. Oregon Apocalypse: The Hidden History of the Northern Paiute
  713. Organized Sound Studies: Notating the Ambiguous Interval between Sound and Music Scholarship
  714. Orientalism in American Legal Thought
  715. Orthodox Rights in the U.S. Context: Religious Freedom, Public Accommodation, and Marriage
  716. Orthodox Theology in Dialogue with Human Rights: Themes, Problems, and Perspectives
  717. Other (Environmental) Middle Ages
  718. Ottoman Legal Challenges to the Scramble for Africa
  719. Our Empire: Habsburg Central Europe, 1780–1948
  720. Outlaw Franciscans on the Chesapeake
  721. Outpost of Freedom: Remigrés’ Reappropriation of Berlin as a Cosmopolitan Metropolis and its Political Potency in the Early Cold War
  722. Pairing History with the Other Disciplines: Linked Courses and Learning Communities in History Education
  723. Palmer Park: A Digital and Micro-history
  724. Papal Approval of the Holy Roman Empire in the Later Middle Ages
  725. Paralyzing the Polonia from Within: Communist Secret Police Infiltration of the Polish American Community
  726. Paramilitarism and the Politics of Responsibility in Colombia
  727. Past and Present: The Flourishing Chinese American Community in San Diego
  728. Patterns of Ethnicity in Polish American, Polish Canadian, and Anglo-Polish Fiction after 1989
  729. Paying Damages: Financial Settlement for Rape in Catalonia
  730. Pedagogy and Punishment: Distinguishing between Erudire and Inuria in Roman Education and Law
  731. Pentecostal Missions and the Global Expansion of Spirit-Filled Christianity
  732. Performing National Identity on the Town Square: Germans, Poles, and Jews in Poznań/Posen, 1886–1914
  733. Periodizing the “Long Nineteenth Century” in the AP World History Survey
  734. Perquenco’s Traveling Guitarists: Music and Mapuche Cultural Revival under the Pinochet Dictatorship, 1980–88
  735. Personal Politics and the Politics of the Personal: Innuendo, Gossip, and Networking in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Beijing
  736. Pertinents, Residents, and Citizens: Fiume’s Three-Way Post-imperial Policy to Count Everyone and Exclude Almost Everyone, 1918–21
  737. Petroleum Laborers, Rural Land, and the Rhetoric of Resource Nationalism in 1930s Mexico
  738. Philanthropy, Politics, and the White Slave Trade in Belle Époque France
  739. Photographs of Russia’s Past
  740. Picturing Regional Modernity in Brazil: Silent Cinema outside Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, 1923–30
  741. Piracy and the Evolution of Ottoman-Venetian Maritime Law, 1482–1670
  742. Pirates in the College Classroom
  743. Pirates, Collaborators, or Patriots? The Loyal and Patriotic Army and Chinese Coastal Guerrillas during the Second Sino-Japanese War, 1937–45
  744. Places of Public Resort: The Transatlantic Resonances of Desegregating Public Space in Britain
  745. Placing Partition: Alternative Histories of 1947 in India
  746. Placing Pluralism: Digital Scholarship, Public History, and the Mapping of Chicago’s Religious Diversity
  747. Plagued Memory: AIDS and the Telling of the 1970s
  748. Planning around Queer Time: The District of Columbia’s African American Heritage Trails and the Maturation of Black Urbanity
  749. Planning from the Past: The Historical Legacy of Waterfront Planning in a Southeast Asia Megacity, Jakarta
  750. Playing Games with Your Life: Halle Pietism and the Worship of Wealth
  751. Playing with Fire: Volcanoes, Voyages, and the Environmental Impact of White Missionary Children in the Pacific during the Nineteenth Century
  752. Pluralism, Secularism, and Religious Freedom in the Southern Baptist Convention
  753. Poetry’s Struggle with “Judaism” in Thirteenth-Century Castile
  754. Polish Refugees from Siberia in the United States, 1945–2014
  755. Polybius’s Animal House: Platonic Influence on Polybius’s Histories
  756. Poor Colors, Rich Colors: Spanish Clothing in the Early Sixteenth Century
  757. Pope Francis and the People of God: Reinterpreting the Second Vatican Council in the Francis Papacy
  758. Popular Front, Part Two: Youth and the Origins of the Cold War
  759. Portrait of a Recovering Catholic: Dante in Nineteenth-Century German Catholic Scholarship
  760. Postcolonial Technoscience: GIS for Indigenous History
  761. Poverty and Authority in Late Medieval Castile
  762. Power on the Border: Dams, Water, and Development along the Guatemalan-Mexican Border
  763. Powering Mexico: Hydroelectricity, Foreign Interests, and the Modernizing State, 1900–20
  764. Practicing, Preaching, and Proselytizing Islam in Multi-religious Societies in World History
  765. Pragmatism and Primitivism in the Early American Republic
  766. Preaching for the King: Pietist Sermons and Ecclesiastical-Political Discussions at the Court of Frederick William I of Prussia
  767. Predicting a “Mature Population”: How Corporate Risk-Making Tools Popularized American Stagnation on the Eve of the Baby Boom
  768. Preparing Future Faculty alongside High School Teachers: A Workshop Model
  769. Preparing New Ground: Education as Federal Policy in the Territories of the United States, 1867–1912
  770. Preparing to Rebel: Growing Up in Mexico City, 1940–70
  771. Preserving Chinese Scholarly Personnel: John King Fairbank and the Rescue Mission of the Harvard-Yenching Institute in Wartime China
  772. Presidente, Madrina, Pelotero, Demócrata, Comunista, Madre: The Dominican Family at the Ballpark
  773. Private Guns, National Politics: Understanding Foreign Gun Ownership in Republican China, 1912–49
  774. Procopius and the Audience for “Classicizing History” in Late Antiquity
  775. Producing National Spaces in the Levantine Borderlands, 1920–54
  776. Professional Courtesy: Historians Encounter Engineers
  777. Programming Proof
  778. Projects Recovery and Reform: The Return of Rehabilitative Corrections in an Age of Mass Incarceration, 1986–92
  779. Protestant Baroque: The Afterlife of a Reformation Altarpiece
  780. Protestant Family Portraits: Art and Evidence
  781. Provincial Kulturkampf: Those Rhineland Radicals and Their Berlin State Authorities
  782. Provincializing Pacific History: Hubert Howe Bancroft’s History Company, the Historical Profession, and the Unmaking of the Pacific Coast
  783. Public Intellectuals
  784. Public Opinion from the Pulpit: Catholic and Protestant Responses to FDR’s 1935 “Letter to the Nation’s Clergy”
  785. Public Policy in Teaching Historical Methods
  786. Purposeful Silence: African American Intellectual Tradition in the Autobiography of Adam Clayton Powell Sr.
  787. Putting the “Human” Back into the Human Sciences: Reflections on the History of Anthropology in the West
  788. Queer Preposterousness; or, How to Do Temporally Disoriented History
  789. Queer Talk: Alan Bennett and BBC TV in the 1980s
  790. Queer Tourism and Late Capitalism: San Francisco’s Fillmore and Castro
  791. Queering Gay Gentrification: The Neoliberal State as Gentrifier on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, 1986–91
  792. Queering Nahua Religion
  793. Queering Public History in a New National Landmark
  794. Queering Trans* History: Photography and the “Family Album,” 1970–90
  795. Queerly Mexican: Art, Identity, and the LGBTQ Movement in Mexico
  796. Questions of Trust in Pre-modern Global Encounters
  797. Questions We Can’t Answer: The Secret to a Good Writing Assignment
  798. Questions, Not Test Answers: Teaching LGBT History in Public Schools
  799. Race and Work in France, 1914–18
  800. Race as a Factor in Determining Admissions Policies for Public Schools and Universities
  801. Race, Repression, and Indian Anti-colonialism across the American and British Empires
  802. Racial Passing and the Raj
  803. Racial Violence and the Creation of National Spaces
  804. Radicalism’s Future: A History
  805. Rape and the First Crusade
  806. Re-Mediation and Ephemerality in Queer Historiography
  807. Re-Orienting Imperial Jews: Constantinople at the Crossroads of Jewish Identities
  808. Reading between the Lines: The Runaway Art Project
  809. Reading Church History in Arabic: Syrian Christian and Muslim Representations of Evangelicalism in Ottoman Syria
  810. Reading Imperial Skies: Climatology and the Limits of Colonial Planning
  811. Reading Like an (Academic) Historian
  812. Reading Readers during the Southern Literary Renaissance
  813. Recasting Aging and Degenerative Disease: International Experts and Studies on the Geographic Pathology of Cancer in India and South Africa, 1950–60
  814. Reciprocal Research: Protocols and Guidelines for Conducting Native American Archival Research
  815. Reconsidering “State Capitalism” in Light of the Sources
  816. Reconstructing a Slave Ship Voyage: The Gideon and the Dutch Slave Trade into New Amsterdam
  817. Records of the Sonic Exotic
  818. Recycling for Victory: The British Campaign to Salvage Raw Materials during the Great War
  819. Redemptorists and Vatican II: A Study of the Vice-Province of San Juan, 1965–75
  820. Redrawing the Frontera Mapuche: Space and Power in the Araucanía, Valdivia, and the Pampas, 1793–1862
  821. Reflecting on Peer Reflection in a Massive, Open, Online Environment
  822. Reflections on History of Science, and History of Emotions
  823. Reframing “Disenchantment”: Regulating Citizen Participation and Constructing Sites of Memory during Spain’s Transition to Democracy
  824. Reinhart Koselleck's Temporalization of History and the Problem of Secularization
  825. Reinventing the Socialist Heritage in Post-Cold War Berlin: The Karl Marx Allee as Urban Icon
  826. Religion and Reform in Renaissance Cracow
  827. Religion, Economy, and the Making of Communal Boundaries in Ottoman Jerusalem
  828. Religious Authenticity, Hegemony, and Agency
  829. Religious Difference and “The Human Spirit”: French Catholic Orientalism after Secularism
  830. Religious Processions and Urban Publics in Postcolonial Western India
  831. Religiously Being, Historically Relating: Distinguishing the Swaminarayan Sampradaya in Gujarat, India
  832. Reluctant Radicals: How the Labor Movement Moved to the Left Margins of American Politics
  833. Remapping King Philip’s War: New Geographies and Methodologies for the Indigenous and Colonial Northeast
  834. Remember the Palestinians: Progressive Evangelicals’ Rejection of Christian Zionism and Criticism of American Foreign Policy, 1977–2013
  835. Repackaging a History Ph.D.: A View from the Jewish Foundation World
  836. Reporting the End of an Era: The Spanish-Cuban-American War from the Perspective of a Franciscan Archbishop
  837. Research Nuggets: Personalizing Middle School Student Family History Research
  838. Researching Women Patrons, Collectors, and Artists in the Medici Digital Archive (BIA)
  839. Resituating Multilingualism in the History of Nationalist Language Revival: The Case of Jewish Palestine
  840. Restoring All Things in Christ: Catholic Social Activity in the Progressive Era
  841. Rethinking Confucius in Light of Post-World War I Political Crises: Ōkawa Shūmei’s Reading of the Doctrine of the Mean
  842. Rethinking Gullah-Geechee Religious Cultures
  843. Rethinking Homo Economicus: Albert Hirschman, Montesquieu, and Adam Smith
  844. Rethinking Lesbian Separatism as a Vibrant Political Theory and Feminist Practice
  845. Rethinking Masculinities: Argentine Women in Men’s Soccer, 1914–30
  846. Rethinking Regions: Trade and Migration along the Southern Pacific Coast
  847. Rethinking the History of Muslim Jewish Relations: Jewish Convert Hugo Marcus and Muslim Responses to Nazism in Germany, 1933–39
  848. Rethinking the Triumph of the Therapeutic: Psychology, Sex, and Living Rationally in Twentieth-Century America
  849. Rethinking Transformation and Emergence: Cattle, E. coli O157:H7, and Evolutionary History
  850. Return to the Frontier or Return to a Foreign Land: Eileen Chang’s Travel Writings and Discovery of Chineseness
  851. Revisiting Silver Mining and Its Many Societies in New Spain
  852. Revisiting Stagnation: An Urban Environmental History of Iquitos between the Rubber Boom and the Oil Boom, 1920–70
  853. Revolutionary Emotions: A Content Analysis of Emotional Engagement for Revolution
  854. Revolutions in the Grass: Politics and Food Systems in Continental North America
  855. Revolutions Lost and Found: Migration and the Meanings of Race and Cross-Ethnic Membership in the Young Lords Party
  856. Rewiring the Historian’s Craft
  857. Rewriting Knowledge of This Realm: Astronomy, Fujiwara no Michinori’s Intellectual and Political Networks, and the Honcho Seiki Chronicle
  858. Rhetoric and Strategy in Early Colonial Andean Litigation, 1552–74
  859. Roads to Progress: Public Perceptions of Highway Construction in Peru, 1920–30
  860. Roma Victrix: Livy and Roman Military Superiority over the Greek East
  861. Roots of Rebellion: Anishinaabeg of Upper Canada and the Challenge of Transnationality
  862. Rousseau’s “Revolution” in a Global Context: Nakae Chomin’s Classical Chinese Translation of The Social Contract and Its Reception in China
  863. Royal Passions: Emotions, Bodies, and Sovereignty in the Qutb Shahi Deccan
  864. Royal Rage in Rajputana: The Politics of Anger in Mughal India
  865. Rules of the Craft: Apophasis and Occult Politics in the Gay Liberation Movement
  866. Rumors of Popery: Massachusetts Bay and the Politics of Restoration Anti-Catholicism
  867. Rumors, Lies, and Unreliable Narrators: The Crafting of White Slave Narratives
  868. Sacred Savings? Irish American Women and the Domestic Economy
  869. Sadness, Grief, and Depression in Late Ancient Asceticism
  870. Safeguarding the “Home of the Public”: The Jews of Late Ottoman Izmir in a Changing Urban Environment
  871. Science, Compassion, and Ex-gay Ministries: Understanding the Logic of Antigay Activism in the 1970s
  872. Scientific Archives and the Science of the Archive
  873. Scientific Experimentation in Peru’s Manicomio del Cercado and Larco Herrera Psychiatric Hospitals
  874. Seasonal Dining in the Middle Ages
  875. Sebald Beham’s Moses and Aaron: On Godly Law and Charismatic Authority in the Radical Reformation
  876. Seeing Anew: Humanistic Approaches to Data Visualization
  877. Seek Justice: Sex Trafficking and Missionary Humanitarianism
  878. Seeking to Save the World: American Evangelicals and Global Population Control
  879. Seeking United Action: The Geneva Conference on Indochina and U.S. Policy toward China
  880. Seizure, Exploitation, and Restitution of Saddam Hussein’s Archive of Atrocity
  881. Selling the Revolution: Communist China’s Capitalist Ambassadors, 1949–79
  882. Sensorial Histories
  883. Serious Fun: Role Immersion Games and the Transformation of Higher Education
  884. Sex and Silence in the League of Nations’ “Enquiry into the Traffic in Women and Children”
  885. Sex, Lies, and Indigeneity: Queering Colonialism on Lesbian Land
  886. Sexual Deviance between Biological and Social Causation: International Approaches and Czechoslovak Sexology in the 1960s and 1970s
  887. Sexuality, Therapeutic Culture, and Family Ties in Modern America
  888. Shame on History: Reviving an Interdisciplinary Approach to a Key Emotion
  889. Shaping a Democratic Press: Allied Media Policies and West German Journalists, 1945–52
  890. Shaping History for the Marketplace
  891. Shared Activities, Increased Visibility, and Communal Boundaries: Physical Culture in Late Ottoman Istanbul’s Theatres, Gardens, and Clubs
  892. She Said the Hard Part Is Asking the Right Questions: Understanding Near Kin Marriage in Late Medieval England
  893. Shifting Boundaries of Okinawa: The Agricultural Crisis and Expulsion of Workers to the Colonies
  894. Shifting Ground: St. Louis Freedom Suits in the Era of Dred Scott
  895. Shirley Chisholm and the Color of the Twelfth Congressional District
  896. Sideways, Backwards, and Queer: Toward a New Southern Studies
  897. Signs of Life: Mesoamerican and Colonial Medical Cultures in Enlightenment Guatemala
  898. Silence, Pain, and the Act of Writing in Eighteenth-Century American Sickness Narratives
  899. Silent Film Culture in Yucatán: Entrepreneurship and Entertainment
  900. Simey's Interlocutors: Postwar Jamaican Intellectuals and the Transnational Pathologization of the Black Family
  901. Sino-American Rapprochement Reconsidered: Economic Diplomacy, Soft Power, and U.S.-China Relations in the 1970s
  902. Sisterhood and Grace: Mormon Women as Obstetricians and Midwives
  903. Sisters as Midwives: Soeurs de la Charité Maternelle of Metz during the Nineteenth Century
  904. Slavery Confronted: Using Digital History to Understand the Complexity of Slavery in a Nineteenth-Century Commercial City, Alexandria, Virginia
  905. Slavery, Free Labor, and the Coro Rebellion of 1795
  906. Slavery, Marriage, and the Nature of History: Representations of Female Litigants in Gold Coast Antislavery Courts, 1874 to the Present
  907. Slaves, Servants, Soldiers, Captives, and Wage-Earners: The Complex World of Indian Labor in Colonial New England
  908. So Near and Yet So Far: Nationalism and Identity among the Brazilian Exiles in Chile
  909. Social Control and Agency: A Working Woman in Early Modern Paris
  910. Social Networks in Colonial Philadelphia: Using GIS to Map Religious Ties onto Geographic Space
  911. Social Values of Red in Western Needlework and Textiles, 1750–1850
  912. Socialization and Assimilation in the City of Homes: Religious and Voluntary Affiliation among Brooklyn Irish, 1850–1917
  913. Socializing Mothers: The Education of and by Women in Classical Athens
  914. Soldiering Lives, Working Lives: Life Courses of African Colonial Soldiers
  915. Solving Problems but Only Reactively? Engineers, Laws, Corporations, and Technological Risk
  916. Some Simple Strategies on Historical Causation
  917. Sound of the South
  918. Sound Studies and Time
  919. Sound, Silence, Picture, and Place in the Medieval Cloister
  920. Sounds Subversive: Cultural Mixture and Colonial Politics on the Airwaves
  921. Soundscapes of Liberation: Radio, Jazz, and the U.S. Military in Postwar France, 1944–46
  922. Space Management in the Indian Pueblo: Indigenous Officeholders and Their Legal Practice
  923. Space, Assistance, and Material Culture: Discussing Marginality in Barcelona’s Hospital de la Santa Creu during the Fifteenth Century
  924. Spanish in Official U.S. Settings: New Mexico’s Territorial Language Use
  925. Spatial Memories: World War II Monuments in Brazil and the Geography of Oblivion
  926. Spatial Shifts and Generational Advancement in Post-emancipation: Barbadian Families, Migration, and Political Transitions in Liberia
  927. Speaking in Tongues: Black Dominguans and the Growth of American Catholicism, 1791–1853
  928. Specters of Marx, Hegel, and Columbus Too: Haunting and Historicity in the Haitian-Dominican Borderlands
  929. Spirit Histories and the Lack of Them: Toward an Understanding of the Plastic Cosmos in Cuban Creole Spiritism
  930. Spiritualizing Maternity: Responses from the Counterculture
  931. Spotlight on the Prodigy: Narrating Peripheral Taiwan through Queerness and Criminality
  932. Spreading the Light in New York, 1880-82
  933. SSRC Measuring College Learning
  934. SSRC Measuring College Learning from a Historian’s Perspective
  935. Standardization, Diversity, and the Digital Age
  936. Standardizing the Periodic Table: Science, Pedagogy, and Graphical Representation
  937. State and Public Health Responses to Natural Disasters: Earthquakes in Argentina and Chile, 1835–1939
  938. State Formation and Ethnic Cleansing in Late Ottoman Anatolia and Post-Ottoman Greater Syria: The Armenian Genocide in Regional and Temporal Perspective
  939. State Taxes, Wealth, and Public Debt after the American Revolution, 1783–1815
  940. State-Building from the Bottom Up
  941. Strange Gallows-Fellows: The Ecumenical Martyrdom(s?) of Archbishop Oliver Plunkett and Edward Fitzharris
  942. Stress and Welfare State Science: Postwar Medical Research Policy and the Pathologization of Old Age
  943. Stuart L. Bernath Memorial Lecture: “Revolutionary Circuits: Toward Internationalizing Cultural Approaches to the Study of U.S. in the World”
  944. Student Catholic Radicalism in Cold War Mexico: The Case of the Movimiento Estudiantil Profesional (MEP)
  945. Studies of Race in Colonial Mexico
  946. Studying Nuclear History of Difficult Countries: The Case of South Asia
  947. Suffering Nature and the Imitation of Christ: Contemplation of the Book of Nature and Spiritual Progress in the Diaries of Thomas Coke
  948. Suing Whites: Black Litigants and the Politics of Daily Life in the Antebellum Natchez District
  949. Survival and Surveillance: Recovering Narratives of Black Female Criminality during the Civil War
  950. Surviving Experiments: The Afterlives of Chemotherapy Trials in Uganda
  951. Survivors' Stories
  952. Sweet Home Alabama: Integration and the Silent Majority
  953. Sweetness and Control: Chemists in the Sugar Market
  954. Taking the Enlightenment Underground: Mapping Mining Spaces in the Late Colonial Andes
  955. Taking What Is Ours, According to Law: “Land Rights” and Conflict in Guatemala and Honduras, 1954–Present
  956. Tapioca Days: Food Scarcity during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore
  957. Tartar, Manchu, or Hu? Global Discussions of Qing Origins, 1630–1780
  958. Taste the Sweat to Check for Sickness: The Queering Slavery Working Group and Digital Histories of Slavery
  959. Teaching across Cultures and Place: World History in the U.S. and Indian Classrooms
  960. Teaching American History Now, Tomorrow, and Forever: Learning American History in a Post-racial World
  961. Teaching Basic English to the World: International Broadcasting, Language Education, and Anglo-American Ideologies of Civilization, 1935–43
  962. Teaching College History
  963. Teaching Continuity and Change over Time in U.S. History: African American Leaders’ Goals, Strategies, and Successes
  964. Teaching Critical Thinking on the Assembly Line
  965. Teaching Environmental History: Pacific and Atlantic Bio-Worlds in the U.S. and World History Surveys
  966. Teaching Food History in an Interdisciplinary Program
  967. Teaching Graduate Students to Code
  968. Teaching Hawaiian History from a Comparative Perspective
  969. Teaching History in a Massive, Open, Online Environment
  970. Teaching History to Honors Students at a Community College
  971. Teaching More Than Dead White Men
  972. Teaching Revolutions during the Arab Spring
  973. Teaching the “Clash of Civilizations” in Qatar
  974. Teaching with Primary Sources at the College Level
  975. Teaching with Primary Sources at the High School Level
  976. Teaching with Secondary Scholarship at the College Level
  977. Teaching with Secondary Scholarship at the High School Level
  978. Teaching World War I in the Twenty-First Century: Resources for Teachers
  979. Teaching World War I through the Concept of Leadership
  980. Tears without Sadness: Methods and Passions in Evagrian Practice
  981. That Body Destroying, Heartbreaking, Dangerous, Desolating Habit: Tobacco Usage in the Antebellum Congress
  982. That Olde Deluder Reconsidered: The Devil and the Dawn of American Public Education
  983. The 1968 Olympic Games and the Student Movement: Incompatible Realities?
  984. The Ambivalent Geopolitics of Inclusion: The Case of Colonial Asian American Groups
  985. The American Converts Database: The Database as an Expression of Scholarship on Religious History
  986. The American Legacy of Social Reform in the Time of Emerson, Thoreau, and Fuller: The “Wealth” I Hope to Own
  987. The American Nuclear Coverup and a Rural Redlight District in Spain
  988. The Analytical Puzzle of Martha Washington’s Cross-Stitched Chair Cushions: Study Design, Challenges, and Results
  989. The Antonio Maceo Brigade and the Politics of Cuban Émigré Radicalism in 1970s America
  990. The Armenian Genocide as a Nation-Building Policy
  991. The Armenian Genocide Debate as a Paradigm of Conceptual Blockage in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
  992. The Atlantic Slave Trade in the Bight of Benin in the Age of Abolition
  993. The Battle of Maciejowice and Tadeusz Kosciuszko’s Myth
  994. The Beauty, the Beast, the Goofy: Images of the Communist in Cold War Italy
  995. The Body of Black Women in Brazil in the Context of Racial Representation
  996. The California Digital Library
  997. The California FAIR Act
  998. The Carnegie Corporation’s Gunnar Myrdal, Black Scholars of Race, and Postwar Racial Liberalism
  999. The Case against My Brother: The Intersection of History, Literature, and Ethnicity
  1000. The Catholic 1968: Humanae Vitae and the Global Shift from East-West to North-South
  1001. The Catholic Center Party, the Bavarian People’s Party, and National Socialism during the Late Weimar Period
  1002. The Challenge of Teaching LGBT History
  1003. The Changing Nature of Scholarly Communication
  1004. The Chinese Shariah: Islamic Legal Scholarship under the Early Manchu
  1005. The Colonization of Currants: Spatiality and the Transformation of Rural Greece
  1006. The Color Line and the National Line in the Aftermath of Genocide: Property and Citizenship Rights in Southwest Africa and Republican Turkey
  1007. The Conclave of 1914 and the Election of Benedict XV
  1008. The Construction of a New Research Program at Medici Archive Project: France and the Medici
  1009. The Crime of Disloyalty: Curbing Dissent in the Civil War North
  1010. The Cultivation of Culture: Anthropological Depictions of Native American Religions in the Assimilation Era
  1011. The Cultural Cold War over Spain’s Lost Revolution: Exiled Spanish Intellectuals, the Politics of Transition, and the Intersection of History and Literature
  1012. The Cultural Dimensions of Cuba’s Angolan Adventure
  1013. The Cultural Revolution and Catholic Shanghai
  1014. The Danger of a Single Issue: The USCC and Its Response to the Abortion Plank in the ’76 Democratic Convention
  1015. The Dark Side of Yellow: Katharina Fritsch’s 2008 Cook
  1016. The Death Penalty and the Post-Colonial Condition in Latin America
  1017. The Demand for the Inviolability of Life: Radical Pacifism and the Politics of Subjectivity in World War I and Weimar Germany
  1018. The Democratic Party’s Right Turn
  1019. The Devil Himself: A Tale of Honor, Insanity, and the Birth of Modern America
  1020. The Devon Ave(nue) Digital History Archive (DADHA)
  1021. The Digital POWRR Project
  1022. The Doux Commerce Thesis in Action after World War II
  1023. The Dutch Coca and Cocaine Industry and the American Discourse, c. 1910–40
  1024. The Early Iberian Slave Trade to the Spanish Caribbean, 1500–1640
  1025. The Early Influence of Watts’s Hymns and Psalms in the American Colonies
  1026. The Eclectic Interdisciplinarity of Studying Transcendentalism
  1027. The Elephant and the Castle: Kingship and Coinage in Britain and West Africa, 1663–1726
  1028. The Emancipatory Ideal in Spanish American Independence
  1029. The Emergence of the “Younger Church” after the Korean War: American Missionaries, Korean Ministers, and the Uneasy Beginnings of the Reverse Mission to the West, 1950–65
  1030. The End of Normal?
  1031. The Ever-Present Roar of Gender
  1032. The Eviction of the Kashube Fishermen of Jones Island Milwaukee: Then and Now
  1033. The Experience of the Iranian Revolution of 1979
  1034. The Experiences of Alice Juliette Wentzinger as an Alsatian Refugee during World War II
  1035. The Fat Queer Maghrebi French Kid Talks Back: Queer Linguistics and Intersectional Approaches to the Study of Empire and Intimacies
  1036. The Female World of Love and New Possibilities: Same-Sex Intimacies and the Reimagination of 1970s American Public Life
  1037. The Fifth Column: Foreign Muslims, Extraterritoriality, and the Autonomy of the Ottoman Hijaz
  1038. The First Final Solution: Humanitarianism, Emigration, and Ethnic Cleansing in 1930s Europe
  1039. The First Generation of North Americans Born in Mexico? American Schooling and the Postwar Formation of a Transnational Elite
  1040. The Futility of Educating Alcibiades
  1041. The German Lied and the Songs of Black Volk
  1042. The GI Bill Abroad: A Postwar Experiment in International Relations
  1043. The Global Apocalypses of Billy Graham
  1044. The Global Context of Mughal Civility; or, Rethinking What We Think about When We Think about Sulh-i Kull
  1045. The Global Infrastructure of Biometric Citizenship: Civil Registration in the Aftermath of Empire
  1046. The Golden Chersonese: Racial Empowerment in the Travel Writings of Victorian Women and Chinese Men in Colonial Singapore and Malaysia
  1047. The Governor and the Bishop: Conquest and Compromise in the German Occupation of Sixteenth-Century Venezuela
  1048. The Great Divergence in Global Military History
  1049. The Great Divergence in the Anthropocene
  1050. The Great Earthquake: Catholics Face a Challenge
  1051. The Great Escape: Runaway Slave Narratives in Chicago’s Antislavery Press
  1052. The Historical Sociology of Sociology as Disciplinary Reflexivity
  1053. The Home Town as a Redemptive Postwar Geography: The Case of Cologne, 1945–65
  1054. The Immanent Frame, Secularism Studies, and Interstitial Spaces
  1055. The Impact of Colonial Latin American Mining: For the Global Economy and for the Environment
  1056. The Impact of Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz’s American Years on Spiewy Historyczne
  1057. The Implications of Epigenetic Research for the Study of History
  1058. The Importance of Documentary Evidence of Environmental Practices
  1059. The Incremental Takeover of Shanghai’s Civil Society
  1060. The Independent Historian and the Question of “Academic” Rigor
  1061. The Interdisciplinary Imperative in Writing and Reading about Subcultures of the Queer Past: A Study of Queer Spaces in the Work of Eileen Myles, Samuel R. Delany, and David Wojnarowicz
  1062. The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Interwar Origins of Universal Humanitarian Rights, 1918–39
  1063. The International Labor Organization’s Role in Colonial Labor Reform within the Portuguese and British Empires, 1945–63
  1064. The Intertextuality of Wartime Memoirs: Ohannes Pasha’s Account of Famine and Mass Murder in Lebanon and Anatolia
  1065. The Intolerable Dr. Rose: Psychiatry, Prisons, and the Groupe d’Information sur les Prisons (GIP)
  1066. The Jesuit Libraries and Provenance Project: Digital Approaches to Nineteenth-Century Catholic Print Culture
  1067. The Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project
  1068. The Johnstone Affair and Cold War Beginnings in India
  1069. The Juan Francisco Cascales’ Registers of Liberated Africans from the Havana Mixed Commission, 1827–36
  1070. The Kidnapping at Gombe: Decolonization, Evolution, and Human Behavior
  1071. The King, the Coin, and the Word: Imagining and Enacting Castilian Frontiers in the Early Modern Mediterranean
  1072. The Kingdom of Kongo and Afro-Cuban Saints
  1073. The Ku-Klux and the Contest for the Street in the Reconstruction-Era South
  1074. The Language of Song: Folk Music and Solidarity in the Americas, 1967–74
  1075. The Last Slaves of New Orleans
  1076. The Life of a Freeway Flyer: Adjuncting in Southern California
  1077. The Life, Work, and Mysterious Death of Catholic Writer Eugenie Uhlrich
  1078. The Limits of a Moral Imagination: Disease and Explanation in Colonial Brazil, 1549–68
  1079. The Lure of the Afterimage
  1080. The Making of the President, 1968 and the Unmaking of Theodore H. White
  1081. The Man Who Went to War: World War II, Race, and Transnational Media History
  1082. The Many Lives of Francisco: Luso-African Recaptives in Key West, Florida
  1083. The Material Culture of Domestic Space in Socialist Cuba
  1084. The Middle East as a Site of Imperial Experimentation
  1085. The Morocco Question Reconsidered: Culture and Crisis in the Final Years of Moroccan Independence, 1894–1912
  1086. The Multidimensional International Activism of the National Council of Negro Women, 1944–75
  1087. The Murder of William of Cantilupe, Marital Discord, and Impotence on Trial in a Medieval English Court
  1088. The Myth of the Rational Actor: Emotions, Economics, and History
  1089. The Nansen Passport, International Law, and the Legal Imagination, 1921–30
  1090. The Nation in Latin America and the Caribbean
  1091. The Nation in the Middle East and South Asia
  1092. The Nation on Russia
  1093. The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and South Africa: Global Black Motherhood during the Early Cold War
  1094. The New Race History outside the West
  1095. The New “Non-sectarianism”: Public Relations in the Age of Secularization
  1096. The Osaka Incident and the Revolutionary Overthrow of the Meiji State
  1097. The Other Hemispheric Revolution: Neutral Commerce between Venezuela and the United States, c. 1797–1810
  1098. The Ottoman Caliphate and the Muslim Subjects of the European Empires
  1099. The Outer Boroughs: Parochial Schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn, 1920–57
  1100. The Paradoxes of Twenty-First Century Pentecostal Primitivism and Pragmatism
  1101. The Perception of Primary Sources by College-Level History Students
  1102. The Performance and Representation of Alsatian Folk Dress during World War I
  1103. The Philosopher’s Body: Simone de Beauvoir, the Algerian War, and the Sex of Violence
  1104. The Phoenix Effect; or, Why Colombia Recycles Its War (as Seen through a History of Paramilitarism)
  1105. The Photographic Events of American Abolitionism
  1106. The Place of Empire: Spatial Thinking in Edouard Glissant
  1107. The Policing of Black Youth and the Rise of Urban Violence during the Reagan Era
  1108. The Political and Economic Context of Teaching History in Today’s Community Colleges
  1109. The Politics of Global Transfer
  1110. The Politics of Infidelity in Eighteenth Century China
  1111. The Politics of International Migration: How Can We “Bring the State Back In”?
  1112. The Pope Comes to Buildings on Fire: Pope John Paul II’s First Trip to the United States and 1970s America
  1113. The Possibility of Namasudra and Muslim Unity in Late Colonial Bengal
  1114. The Practical Failures of the League of Nations’ Interwar Humanitarian Project for Armenian Genocide Survivors and the Beginnings of International Human Rights Talk
  1115. The Prison Litigation Explosion and the Long History of the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act, 1973–96
  1116. The Problem of Historical Knowledge in the Work of Grant Wacker
  1117. The Professor and the Reporter: Getting the Story Right Together
  1118. The Programming Historian
  1119. The Promise of WebARChive Files: Exploring the Internet Archive as a Historical Resource
  1120. The Promises and Perils of Teaching the History of Fun
  1121. The Racial, Class, and Reproductive Politics of Birth Control in British Colonial Jamaica, 1938–41
  1122. The Reception of Paul Robeson in Maoist China
  1123. The Reconstruction Amendments as a Charter of Freedom in America’s Unfinished Revolution
  1124. The Rediscovery of Addiction: U.S. Medical and Social Perspectives on the Tobacco Habit, 1800–1988
  1125. The Return Migration of Solidarity Refugees
  1126. The Revival of Tudor Psalmody in Early Twentieth Century Oxford
  1127. The Right Kind of “Native”
  1128. The Rights and Responsibilities of Equity: Independent Scholars, Professional Standards, and the National Coalition of Independent Scholars
  1129. The Rise and Decline of Family Businesses: German American Immigrant Entrepreneurship, 1850–1920s
  1130. The Rise of Global Scientia Sexualis: Dubbing and the Epistemologies of Sexual Science throughout the World, c. 1900
  1131. The Roman Classics and the Independence Discourse
  1132. The Royal African Company’s Competitors in the Transatlantic Slave Trade Database, 1672–1732
  1133. The Saint at the Gate: Giving Relics a “Royal Entry” in Eleventh- to Twelfth-Century France
  1134. The Saint Frances Orphan Asylum: The Oblate Sisters of Providence Mission to Save Orphaned African American Girls
  1135. The Science of Imperialism and the New York Academy of Sciences’ Puerto Rican Survey
  1136. The Science of Posthumanism
  1137. The Science of Rights: Medical Authority in Lesbian Mother Custody Cases
  1138. The Scientific Survey of Puerto Rico as Agent for Insular Development and Cultural Nationalism
  1139. The Seamen's Church Institute’s American Merchant Marine Oral History Project: An Archival Intervention
  1140. The Search for Transhistorical Legal Concepts
  1141. The Seventies, Sexuality, and the Profusion of Entangled Events
  1142. The Silence of Animals: Writing on the Edge of Anthropomorphism in Contemporary Chinese Literature
  1143. The Silent Majority: A Human Perspective
  1144. The Skills of a Historian Applied to a Career in Archives
  1145. The Skills of a Historian Applied to a Career in Museum Exhibition
  1146. The Skills of a Historian Applied to a Career in Public History and Heritage Conservation
  1147. The Skills of a Historian Applied to a Career in Publishing
  1148. The Skills of a Historian Applied to a Career in the National Park Service
  1149. The Slave Trade to Colonial Mexico: Revising from Puebla de los Ángeles, 1595–1695
  1150. The Slave Trade to the Rio de la Plata in the Eighteenth Century
  1151. The Slippery Contours of Bolivian Nationalism: Oil in the Popular Economic Imaginary, 1952–69
  1152. The Social Network: Digitizing and Mapping Evidence for Greco-Roman Voluntary Associations
  1153. The Social Origins of Terror and Repression in the Soviet Union: Victims and Perpetrators, 1936–39
  1154. The Social Origins of the Second Red Scare in the United States, 1938–56
  1155. The Sociedade Promotora da Colonização: International Conjunctures and Ideology-Driven Migrations, 1836–41
  1156. The Society of Friends and the Hiroshima Maidens, 1950s
  1157. The Sorrowful Mother Stood Weeping: Catholic Women and Total War in Central Europe, 1914–62
  1158. The Sound of Latin America: Sandro and the Invention of Latin Pop
  1159. The South Asian American Digital Archive: History and Community-Based Archives
  1160. The Spatial Turn of 1932: Revisiting the Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States
  1161. The Stealth Sarsaparilla: Mentorship as Scholarship
  1162. The Suez Canal and Its Global Image
  1163. The Theological Origins of Anti-imperialist Thought
  1164. The Thessaloniki Fire of 1917: Minority Conflicts Caught in the Crossfire
  1165. The Transatlantic Life and Times of Manuel de la Bárcena
  1166. The Transnational Diffusion of Anti-Communism: Conservative Women in Brazil, Chile, and the United States
  1167. The Transnational Queer: Mail-Order Pornography and Queer Aesthetics during the Sexual Revolution
  1168. The Triangle to the Nile: The United States’ Effort to Recycle Petrodollars into Egypt
  1169. The Twelve Apostles: Reconstruction, Outfitting, and History of Late Sixteenth-Century Spanish Galleons
  1170. The Uneasy Condition of Artistes: Performers and Prostitutes in the Mandate Mediterranean
  1171. The United States and the Early Constitutional Movements in New Granada, Venezuela, and Ecuador, 1810–30
  1172. The United States of AIDS: Digitizing ACT UP Oral History
  1173. The University Press and the Marketplace
  1174. The Virtual Harlem Project
  1175. The Visual Becomes Risible: Port-Royal’s Response to the Jesuit Almanac of 1653
  1176. The Volunteers Join World War I: Inside a History Exhibition
  1177. The Wackerites: A Ethnographic Account of a North Carolina Sect
  1178. The Wilhelmine Reform Milieu Reconsidered: The Deutscher Werkbund, the Prussian Commerce Ministry, and Germany’s Global Commercial Ambitions
  1179. The Word of the “Ecclesiastical Monarchy”? Court Preachers in France during the Early Modern Period
  1180. The Work of U.S. Colonial Warfare and Administration and Counterinsurgency in Cuba and the Philippines, 1898–1902
  1181. The World That Jesus Colon Almost Built: Pan-Latino Radicalism, Puerto Rican Nationalism, and the Maturing of a Latino Working Class in New York City, 1930–50
  1182. The “Counter-Plantation” and Sugar Cultivation: How Peasant Practices Shaped Dominican Sugar Plantations
  1183. The “Ellis Effect”: Translating Sexual Science in Republican China, 1911–49
  1184. The “Ideal City” of New Amsterdam: Seventeenth-Century Netherlandic City Planning in North America
  1185. The “Look” of History: Photography and Paris’s 1944 Liberation
  1186. They Could Be Flying Machine Advocates: Academic Freedom and the Founding of the American Association of University Professors
  1187. They Do Exist: Images of Maria de la Leche, 1600–Present
  1188. This Is My Body: Communion and Cannibalism in Colonial New England
  1189. Thugs and Gangs of Lebanon’s Civil War: Reconsidering Conflict through Microhistory
  1190. Ties that Bind: Working Class Solidarity during the 1954 Banana Strike in Honduras
  1191. Time for Sex: Kaam-Discipline and the Conduct of Childhood in Global/Hindu Sexology
  1192. Tipping the Scales: Progressive Ideals and the Limits of American Class Protest in the Early Twentieth Century
  1193. Tipping Today: An Insider’s View
  1194. To Be a Woman in the Male-Dominated World of the Lenin Shipyard Workers: Anna Walentynowicz’s Quest in Life
  1195. To Bridge the Hemispheres: Nineteenth-Century Refrigerators and Technological Precarity in Colonial Australasia
  1196. To Build a New Economic Life: Cooperative Economics and Radical Christianity in the Rural South after World War II
  1197. To Save the Union; or, For the Just and Right Cause? Why Poles Fought in the Civil War, 1861–65
  1198. Too Big to Fail in 1930: The Bank of the United States and the Failed Immigrant “Bank” That Reshaped America
  1199. Toward Cooperation: Protestants and Catholics in French Polynesia, 1860–1924
  1200. Trade Routes and Road Building in North India, c. 1820–1900
  1201. Tradition and Testimony: Protecting Indigenous Ancestral Remains and Cultural Items
  1202. Trajectories of Fear in Syria
  1203. Trans-Imperial Bondage: The French Slave Trade in the Early Eighteenth-Century Spanish Caribbean
  1204. Transcendentalism and the Black Freedom Movement
  1205. Transgender Lives: Decentering Narratives of Discovery in the Nineteenth Century
  1206. Transgressive Sex and Provocative Comfort in the French Colonial Archives
  1207. Translating Havelock Ellis in Republican China, 1910s–1940s
  1208. Transmitting Urgency in the Romance: An Example of Strategic Codeswitching in the Crown of Aragon’s Thirteenth-Century Chancery
  1209. Transnational Colonial Surveillance and Dutch Foreign Consulates during the Interwar Period
  1210. Transnational Fight for the Rights of Undocumented Migrants, 1965–86
  1211. Transnational History as Epistolary Novel: Archives and the Comparative Politics of Producing Narratives of Slavery and Empire in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans
  1212. Transnational Influences and Cultural Transfers in the Formation of Spanish Anti-Slavery Discourses, 1802–34: The Anglophilia of Agustín De Argüelles
  1213. Transnational Medicine and the Creation of the Tropics in Latin America
  1214. Transnational Solidarity in the Americas: The Campaign in Support of the Sandino Movement in Nicaragua, 1927–34
  1215. Transnationalizing the Transition: How the International Women’s Movement Shaped Spanish Democracy, 1974–95
  1216. Travel Observations, World Religions, and Anglo-American Protestant Approaches to Catholicism from the Seventeenth to the Eighteenth Century
  1217. Treating Burns and Reducing Fire Risk: Hygiene Experts and the Fight against Fire Hazards in Mexico City, 1870–1910
  1218. Troubles with Intimacy
  1219. Truth in Numbers: Shaping the Modern Mexican Nation during the Porfirian Era
  1220. Trying Testimonies: The Liberal-Aymara Alliance in the 1899 Civil War
  1221. Tuning América Latina: The History Work Group’s Outline of “Subject Specific Competences”
  1222. Tuning and the International Conversation on Teaching and Learning
  1223. Tuning Educational Structures in the European Union, Russia, Georgia, Central Asia, and Australia: The Subject Area of History
  1224. U.S. Alliance Politics and Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: The Cases of Franco-Pakistani and West German-Indian Nuclear Relations, 1974–78
  1225. U.S. Girl Scouts and Cold War “Democratic” Internationalism
  1226. U.S. Representations of Brazilian Slavery
  1227. Un/Becoming History: Past, Present, and Future Histories of the AIDS Crisis
  1228. Uncommon Means to a Common End: The Life of George Morgan White Eyes
  1229. Uncovering Queer Voices in New Mexico through the Process of Oral History
  1230. Unexpected Encounters: Chinese and North African Laborers in the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I
  1231. United, They Became Strong: The Collaboration of Chinese American Laborers in the Mainstream Labor Movement in the 1930s
  1232. Universal Design/Differentiated Instruction: Two Approaches to Engaged Learning
  1233. Unlikely Bedfellows: The Plan and the Market in a Stalinist Economy
  1234. Urban Past, Present, and Future in Black and White: The Utility of Figure-Ground
  1235. Urban Slavery in New Spain: A Study on Oaxaca City, 1680–1710
  1236. Urban Warfare and Reconstruction during the Napoleonic War: Case Studies from Hamburg and Leipzig
  1237. Using Big Data to Answer Historiographical Questions; or, Can Digital History Fulfill the Promise of Social History?
  1238. Using Maps to Bring the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the U.S. History Survey Course
  1239. Using Modernity and Scientific Progress to Teach World War I
  1240. Using Poetry and Journalism to Teach World War I
  1241. Using Privilege to Transcend Tradition: An Analysis of Gender and Power in the Home
  1242. Using Sonia Sotomayor’s Memoir My Beloved World to Explore Debates over Judicial Diversity, the Constitution, and Educational Equity
  1243. Using the Court: Rape and Gender Discourse on Trial in Early Modern Korea
  1244. Using the Tool
  1245. Using the Tool, Part II
  1246. Using “Global” Social Media to Teach World History at Bronx Community College
  1247. Varieties of Trade: A Dutch Merchant in the Rio de la Plata
  1248. Vasco Porcallo de Figueroa: Ambition and Individualism in the Early Spanish Caribbean
  1249. Veterans and Bureaucrats “Out in the Brush”: Anishinaabe Pension Claims in Postbellum Michigan
  1250. Video Renegades and Lesbian TV “Broadcasting” in 1990s France
  1251. Views of Nature and Road Building in Central America, 1800–38
  1252. Violence, Mistrust, and Dialogue: Catholics and Protestants in Latin America
  1253. Virgin Soil, Hawaiian Culture
  1254. Virtual Tours for Teaching History in the Digital Age
  1255. Visions of the Future in Sixteenth-Century New Spain
  1256. Visual Artifacts and Ontological Transformation among Cottica Ndyuka in Suriname
  1257. Visual Culture and the Bloomer Costume: Using Images as Sources
  1258. Visual Politics of Solidarity: Film and Graphic Art in the Argentine Left’s Struggle against Imperialism and State Repression, 1971–76
  1259. Visualizing Disease in East Asia, Globalizing the History of Medicine
  1260. Völkisch Journalists in Postwar Germany: Intellectual Continuities in German Journalism, 1930–70
  1261. W.E.B. Du Bois, China, and the “World Revolution”
  1262. War, Everyday Life, and Resistance in Wartime Chongqing, 1937–45
  1263. War-Weary and War-Wary: Revisiting the Perspective of Greece’s New Lands in the First World War
  1264. Warsaw Polish Writers-Diarists Encountering the Holocaust: The Cases of Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz and Maria Dąbrowska
  1265. Washerwomen, Prostitutes, Midwives, and Barbers: Issei Women and Work
  1266. Water and Revolution: The Bolivian Revolution and the Nationalization and Redistribution of Water Resources in the Cochabamba Valley
  1267. We Dream Together: Mid-Century Anticolonial Movements and Shifting Axes of Caribbean Solidarity, 1822–74
  1268. Welcome to Feminized Labor: Precarity for All
  1269. Wenchang Devotion at the Changzhou County School, 1550s–1790s
  1270. West African Intellectuals and the Problem of Illegal Enslavement in the Nineteenth Century
  1271. West Indian Carnival and the Challenge of Black Ethnic Identity in Brooklyn
  1272. What Am I Doing Here?
  1273. What Did Early American Religious Liberty Mean for American Women?
  1274. What Is Public Utility? Roads and Communities in Western France, 1757–90
  1275. What to Do about “Doux Commerce”?
  1276. When Central Europe Wanders: Austrians Abroad
  1277. When Empathy Fails: Some Problematic “Progressives” and Expertise
  1278. When Is a Cow Not a Cow?
  1279. When Objects Speak Lesbian Desire in Convents of the Early Modern Spanish World
  1280. When Red Caps Lost Their Tips
  1281. When Sound Matters: The Case of Sonic Booms
  1282. When Virginia Was the Wild West
  1283. White Supremacy and Genocide: The 1937 Haitian Massacre in Fiction and History
  1284. Who Makes History? American Religious Historians and the Problem of Historical Agency
  1285. Who’s Afraid of the Auslandsdeutsche? Latin America and the Promise of Respatializing Modern German History
  1286. Why Did Europe Conquer the World? Political Economy, the Military Revolution, and the Great Divergence
  1287. Why Is the History of Mathematics Not a Central Strand of Intellectual History?
  1288. Widening the Turn to Practice
  1289. Willies Bully: Reflections on the Photographic Representation of Young Male Social and Sexual Violence
  1290. Winning Hearts and Minds, or Teaching Hands? Point Four and the “Underdeveloped” World
  1291. Women and Charters in the Carolingian East
  1292. Women and Documents in Early Medieval Legal Formularies
  1293. Women and Social Justice: What’s History Got to Do with It?
  1294. Women, Gender, and Memories on the Margins in Valparaíso, 1973–2012
  1295. Working for Fun but Not Profit: Outdoor Guides at the Center and on the Margins
  1296. World History as a Way of Knowing: Teaching Practical Cosmopolitanism
  1297. Writing from Inside and Out: Edison Carneiro Tackles Marxism, Race, and Folklore in Brazil, 1930s–60s
  1298. Writing History “Against the Grain” of History: Walter Benjamin and Jose Clemente Orozco’s Epic of American Civilization
  1299. Writing Indian History after Subaltern Studies
  1300. Writing Responses Students Will Use: Reinforcing Intellectual Values and Practices through Comments
  1301. Writing to the King: Women’s Petitions and Politics in the Spanish Empire
  1302. Written Constitutions and the Reimagining of Magna Carta
  1303. Zbyszko, “The Mighty Pole”: Stanley Zbyszko, Polish Americans, and Sport in the Early Twentieth Century
  1304. Zoom In: Visualizing Egyptian Laborers in World War I France
  1305. “A Bit of American Philanthropy in Swampy Pinsk”: Caring for and Constructing Children in Eastern Poland, 1919–22
  1306. “A Colored Woman in a White World”: The Intersectional Perspective of Mary Church Terrell
  1307. “Abandoned for His Love”: Marie de l’Incarnation and Narrative Identity
  1308. “About Making a Living”: Immigrant Businesswomen in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Cities
  1309. “Achieving Self-Renewal”: The National Outdoor Leadership School and the Work of a Generation, 1960s–70s
  1310. “Acts” of Disability Politics in Francophone African Literature and Film
  1311. “Africa Will Accept Us If We Remain Faithful to Her”: Métissage, Culture, and Belonging in Francophone Africa
  1312. “All of That Class That Infest N.Y.”: Loyalty, Patriotism, and the Irish American Response to the New York City Draft Riots in Connecticut and Wisconsin
  1313. “All Things to All Men”: Political Messianism in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Spain
  1314. “An Adverse Effect on Nature”: Outdoor Recreation and the Lament of the Gearmaker
  1315. “An Appropriate Spiritual Mission of the Bishops?” Francis Cardinal Spellman, Bishop James E. McManus, CSSR, and the Relationship of Church and State in the 1960 Puerto Rican Gubernatorial Election
  1316. “An Army of Working-Men”: American Soldiers as a Labor Force, 1865–1900
  1317. “Anger Is a Shameless Dog”: Wrath in the Preaching of John Chrysostom
  1318. “Another Bloody Drama”: The Yáñez Massacre and the Attempted Eradication of the Belcista Movement
  1319. “As Common as Daily Bread”: The Politics of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion in Bolivia’s Military Era, 1964–82
  1320. “As Natural as Breathing”: Butch-Femme Subjectivity in Postwar America
  1321. “Bound for an Island I Had Hardly Thought of a Few Weeks Before”: The Formative Role of Radical Relationships in 1950s Puerto Rico
  1322. “Brother Britons”: Robert Baden-Powell, the Boy Scouts, and the British World, 1907–18
  1323. “Bugged by the Past”: Visiting the Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance Archives with Vicki Gabriner
  1324. “Cantel-lope-ah! Fresh and Fine!” Immigrant Food Vendors, Street Cries, and Ethnic Identity in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans
  1325. “Clothed with All the Formalities Required by Law”: Federal Authority and Formalism in a Postemancipation Marriage Case
  1326. “Creative Empowerment”: Other Countries Collective and Black Gay AIDS Activism in New York City
  1327. “Crimes Committed by the Captain and Crew”: Race, Ethnicity, Nationality, and Culpability on a Nineteenth-Century Illegal Slave Ship Voyage
  1328. “Dear Doctor Kinsey”: Letters to Kinsey about Queer Female Desire in the Postwar United States
  1329. “Destined by Divine Providence”: Reconsidering Anglo-American Immigration to Mexican Texas and the Geopolitics of Nineteenth-Century North America
  1330. “Domestic Education” and “Work at the Foundations”: Class, Gender, and Progressive Reformism in the United States and Poland
  1331. “Each and Every One Must Refrain from Adulterous Intercourse”: The Dutch West India Company and Marriage
  1332. “Ela Vale um Time de Futebol”: Gender, Victory, and Loss in Brazilian World Cup and Miss Universe Press Coverage, 1954–62
  1333. “Everybody Had a Hustle”: Street Capitalism and Cooperation in an African American Neighborhood, 1930–45
  1334. “Everything Depends on the First Year”: Archbishop Hughes and His Thousand-Dollar Cathedral Donors
  1335. “Everything on Paper Will Be Used Against Me": Quantifying Kissinger: A Computational Analysis of the Digital National Security Archive’s Kissinger Memcons and Telcons
  1336. “Feeling Like Fidel”: Empowerment, Surveillance, and Emotion in the Cuban Revolution
  1337. “Forms So Attenuated That They Merge into Normality Itself”: Alexander Lipschütz, Gregorio Marañón, and Theories of Intersexuality in Chile, c. 1930
  1338. “Freer and Happier Every Year”: Calculating the Future of Public Credit in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  1339. “Global” Relationships, International Agreements, and Satellite Communications
  1340. “How Long Will It Be before I Can Clasp My Wife and Little Ones to My Breast!” The Civil War as a Crisis in Fatherhood
  1341. “I Don’t Like to Ask Names, and I Never Remember Anything”: Narratives of Violence, Resistance, and Justice in Poblaciones of Gran Santiago, 1973–2013
  1342. “I Felt a Little Rebellious”: Copperhead Politics through the Eyes of a University of Michigan Law Student
  1343. “I Love Comics Like a First Born”: Teaching History through Contemporary Graphic Narratives
  1344. “In Peru We Learned about Our Humanity”: The Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception, Saint John, New Brunswick, and the Peru Mission Experiment
  1345. “International Solidarity Is the Best Way of Achieving the Workers’ Aspirations”: Chilean and Argentine Workers and the Struggle over Gath and Chaves, 1951–52
  1346. “Introduction to Argentina”: Cultural Pan-Americanism and Argentine Tourism in the Early Twentieth Century
  1347. “Is It about a Bicycle?” Digital Spatial History and Its Pitfalls
  1348. “It Takes all Kinds to Make a World”: Humor and Queer Representation on American Sitcoms, 1969–79
  1349. “It’s More Important Than the Oil”: Eugenics, the Ejidal Leagues, and the Federalization of Campesino Sport in Revolutionary Mexico, 1921–40
  1350. “Journey to the West”: Internal Orientalism, Nation-Building, and the Photographic Frontier in Republican China
  1351. “Juliet Was Just Thirteen”: The Age of Consent and the Transition to Adulthood in the United States, 1965–90
  1352. “La Justicia Divina Se Ha de Conocer y Sentir Aunque Sea Tarde”: Ethnic Violence and Authoritarian Pluralism in Nineteenth-Century Chiapas
  1353. “Let Our Popular Schools Then be Christian”: Religion and Transatlantic Educational Reform in the 1830s
  1354. “Listened To” Rather Than “Heard”: The BBC and the Development of British Broadcasting in Africa
  1355. “Lowcountry Creoles”: Rethinking the History of the Gullah Geechee
  1356. “Many Went and Risked Their Lives…and Should Those Who Come Back Once Again Be Persecuted?” The First World War and the Transformation of German Homosexual Emancipation
  1357. “Muy Grandes Hombres de Acaballo”: New World Influences on Spanish Horsemanship in the Sixteenth Century
  1358. “My Conscience is Free and Clear”: Slavery and Respectability in Mid-Colonial Mexico
  1359. “My Music Is All Little Queer Things”: Analyzing Memoirs and Case Studies of African American Women Performers Who Loved Women, 1915–40
  1360. “No One Needs to Know You’re Listening”: Bridging Suburb and City with Gay Radio in 1970s Detroit
  1361. “No Weeds to Be Seen Anywhere”: Pingree's Potato Patches and the Visual Culture of Vacant Lot Gardening in Detroit, 1890–1900
  1362. “Nosso Terreno”: Moral Crisis and Rightwing Evangelicals in the Political Sphere
  1363. “Nuestros Españoles”: Hispanic Identity in the Habsburg Historical Imagination
  1364. “Of a Stronger Make Than Most Ladies”: Female Slaveholding on the Post-independence Colombian Black Pacific
  1365. “Of Sovereignty”: Disputed Archives, “Wholly Modern” Archives, and the Post-decolonization French and Algerian Republics, 1962–2012
  1366. “Once Was Blind but Now Can See”: Modernity and the Human Sciences
  1367. “Or Perish in the Attempt”: Choice versus History in the Videogame Meriwether
  1368. “Our Great Disappointment”: Arab Women’s Campaigns for Representation on the League of Nation’s Committee on the Legal Status of Women
  1369. “Packed With Joyous People”: Christianity Today, American Foreign Policy, and Christians Abroad
  1370. “Perfectly Contented to Sit and Look Out the Window All Day”: The Automaton and the Self in American Psychiatry, 1920s–1970s
  1371. “Persecuted People”: A Comparison of Nineteenth-Century Autobiographical and Fictional Slave Narratives
  1372. “Perverted Devotion”: English Catholic Liberals and the Critique of Hell
  1373. “Popular Participation Is Revolution”: Development through Organized Self-Help in Revolutionary Peru
  1374. “Rebuild My Church”: Francis of Assisi and the Papacy of Francis
  1375. “Rhesus Sensitization in the Bantue”: Technology, Medicine, and Race in South African Blood Research
  1376. “She Is No Longer Pure!” Allegations of Sexual Transgression and Defamation in Eighteenth-Century Istanbul
  1377. “Something Substantial and Worthy”: Intersectionality in the French-Language Diaries of Mary Church Terrell
  1378. “Speaking to One Another?” Lessons Learnt from the First Collaborative Oral History Project between Armenia and Turkey
  1379. “The Americans Build Their Ships Much Faster Than We Do”: Archaeological Comparison of United States and Royal Navy Building on the Lakes, 1812–15
  1380. “The Champion without a Crown”:  Remembering Rodolfo Casanova and Mexico’s First Golden Age of Boxing
  1381. “The Edification and Encouragement of Others”: The Roman Catholic Faith of Louise Imogen Guiney
  1382. “The Fanciful Alliance of Church and State”: Transatlantic Influences on the American-Catholic Religious Freedom Discourse
  1383. “The Federal Government Can and Should Provide Maximum Leadership”: The Problem of Age Discrimination and the Failure of Executive Order 11141, 1956–65
  1384. “The Magna Charta of Hindostan”: Constituting the British Empire in Eighteenth-Century India
  1385. “The Sailor Loves His Backy-O”: Comfort and Conformity in Maritime Culture
  1386. “The Subject Is Unusual and Requires Extreme Delicacy”: Sex, Time, and Silence in the Journal of an Early National Preacher
  1387. “There Is Dark and Amazing Intricacy in the Ways of Providence”: Storytelling as History, History as Storytelling
  1388. “They Did Not Die until They Were Old”: Remembering Health and Wellness in Sixteenth-Century Mexico
  1389. “This Is Why We Fight”: The Cuban Revolution, the Argentine Left, and the Politics of Childhood, 1959–76
  1390. “Trading Slaves as If This Port Were Open”: Buenos Aires and the South Atlantic Slave Trade, 1580–1700
  1391. “Trouble over Sex”: Racialized Gender Normativity and the Construction of Penal Sex-Segregation
  1392. “Unholy Traffic in Human Blood and Souls”: Systems of California Indian Servitude under United States Rule
  1393. “Unprovided Province”: Commercial Crisis, Food Shortage, and Authority in Venezuela during the Age of Revolution, 1797–1812
  1394. “Vile Sluts” versus “Gassy Procuress”: Prostitutes and Deununciations in Late Medieval Marseille
  1395. “Vor den Augen der Ganzen Welt”: Transnational Teenage Political Cultures and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement Abroad
  1396. “We Cannot Trust Black Slaves Anymore”: Contestation and Negotiation between Whites and People of African Descent in Venezuela, 1791–1800
  1397. “We Defend Nations Not Tribes”: The United Nations and Statecraft in Somalia under Trusteeship, 1950-60
  1398. “We Should Be Obligated to Destroy Them”: Changing Intercultural Diplomacy of the Lower Mississippi Valley, 1699–1775
  1399. “What is Law?” in the Age of Empire
  1400. “When the Poor Are Redeemed, then the World Will be Redeemed”: Eschatology and Political Economy in the Thought of Christoph Blumhardt
  1401. “With Dignity Intact”: Rainbow Coalitions, Control Units, and Struggles for Human Rights in the U.S. Federal Prison System, 1969–74
  1402. “With Her Consent”: The Conundrum of “Carnal Knowledge” in Turn-of-the-Century New Orleans
  1403. “Words Not Fit for the Writing”: Rumor and Popular Politics in Late-Mughal Delhi, 1700–40
  1404. “You Have Been Severely Criticized by Persons Who Are Bigoted and Unfair”: Mayor Daley and the “Liberal Media” in the Aftermath of the 1968 Democratic National Convention
  1405. “Young Siegfrieds”: The German American Bund’s Youth Divisions in Comparative Perspective
  1406. “[F]ull of Profound Learning and Sublime Devotion”: The Role of Patristic Sources in the Training of New England’s Puritan Clergy
  1407. The Visual Pedagogy of Reform: Picturing White Slavery in America
  1408. The Divisive President: Richard Nixon, the Silent Majority, and Divisions on the Right
  1409. Toward an Empirical History of Moral Thinking: The Case of Racial Theory in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France
  1410. Is There a Place or Space for GIS in History?
  1411. Children Should Hear and Be Heard: Hadith Attendance Registers and the Role of Children in Medieval Hadith Transmission
  1412. From Russia with Love: Dissidents, Defectors, and the Politics of Asylum in Cold War India
  1413. Historical Narrative and Historical Memory in the Age of Instant Recall
  1414. Borders Near and Far: Aligarh, UP, and the Partitioning of India