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Volume 14 • Number 2

June 2017

   
  Editor's Message
 

FORUM: Comparative Study of Genocide

  Introduction: Forum on the Comparative Study of Genocide
  by Jason Bruner
  Developing a Critical Comparative Genocide Method
  by Jason Bruner, Volker Benkert, Lauren Harris, Marcie Hutchinson, Anders Erik Lundin
  Teaching, Learning, and Researching Genocide Comparatively
  by Lauren McArthur Harris, Marcie Jergel Hutchinson, Volker Benkert, Jason Bruner, Anders Erik Lundin
  Digital Resources for Settler Colonialism, Effects on Indigenous peoples, and the Issue of Genocide in World History
  by John Maunu
 

Review Article

  Is Europe Burning? Thoughts on David Randall, The Disappearing Continent (National Association of Scholars, 2016)
  by Tom Laichas
 

Articles

  The Mid-Qing Construction of the South China Sea
  by Wensheng Wang
  "'You and me-same same" and "They called me 'monkey'": Conflicting African American Views of Vietnamese Civilians
  by Gerald Goodwin
  Fear and Ambivalence in Ancient Stories: Ideas for World History Discussions
  by Stephen Ortega, Emily A. Graham, and Sharon Parrington Wright
 

Book Reviews

  Jeroen Duindam, Dynasties: A Global History of Power, 1300-1800
  by Ethan Hawkley
  Alfred J. Andrea and Andrew Holt (eds.), Seven Myths of the Crusades
  by Abdul-Karim Khan
  Peter Crooks and Timothy H. Parsons, Empires and Bureaucracy in World History: From Late Antiquity to the Twentieth Century
  by Tom Laichas
  Benedetta Rossi, ed., Reconfiguring Slavery: West African Trajectories
  by Claus K. Meyer
  Jeremy Davies, The Birth of the Anthropocene
  by Andrew Peterson
  Jonathan D. Smele, The "Russian" Civil Wars, 1916–1926: Ten Years that Shook the World
  by David Rainbow
  Omar H. Ali, Malik Ambar: Power and Slavery Across the Indian Ocean
  by Andrea Felber Seligman
  Sebastian Conrad, What is Global History?
  by Heather Streets-Salter
   
  Books available for review
   
   

 

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