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Volume 11 • Number 1

February 2014


Editor's Message
Jerry H. Bentley Dedicated to Jerry H. Bentley
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FORUM: Architecture and World History

Introduction to the Forum on Architecture and World History
Guest Editor: Tom Mounkhall
 
Imperial History in Pictures: Goetze Murals in the United Kingdom's Foreign Office
by Alexander Mirkovic
   
Tatlin's Tower: The Monument to the Future that Never Was  
by Ralph Croizier  
   
World History through European Colonial Architecture  
by Pilar Maria Guerrieri  
   
Santo Domingo Church and Convento, Oaxaca, Mexico: Architecture as a Window into Early Modern World History  
by Tom Mounkhall  
   
Rebecca Kinsman and the Architecture of Macao, 1843–1847  
by Kimberly Sayre Alexander  
   
Architecture and World History Themes, Concepts, and Pedagogy  
by Tom Mounkhall  
   

Articles

 
Teaching the Indian Ocean as World History  
by Thomas Anderson  
   
'Privates to the Fore': World War II Heritage Tourism in Hong Kong and Singapore  
by David Schumacher  
   
Using the Document Based Question to Teach Historical Concepts: Gender and Women's Roles in Modern Egypt  
by Kit Adam Wainer  
   
Architecture in World History: Digital Resources  
by John Maunu  
   

Book Reviews

 
Dabhoiwala, Faramerz, The Origins of Sex: A History of the First Sexual Revolution  
by Jonathan Anuik  
   
Benjamin N. Lawrance and Richard L. Roberts, ed., Trafficking in Slavery’s Wake: Law and the Experience of Women and Children  
by Alyssa Bowen  
   
Robert C. Williams, The Forensic Historian: Using Science to Reexamine the Past  
by Michael Clinton  
   
Susan Kingsley Kent, The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919, A Brief History with Documents  
by Natalie Coe  
   
Brent Nongbri, Before Religion: a History of a Modern Concept  
by Terry D. Goddard  
   
Patrick Vinton Kirch, A Shark Going Inland Is My Chief: The Island Civilization of Ancient Hawai'i.  
by Christine Skwiot  
   
Leila Koivunen, Visualizing Africa in Nineteenth-Century British Travel Accounts  
by Elize Van Eeden  
   
   
Books available for review  

 


 
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