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Volume 8 • Number 1

February 2011

Editor's Message  

Forum: Whose World History is It?

Trevor R. Getz, Guest Forum Editor
by Trevor R. Getz
Whose "World History?"
by Trevor R. Getz
Expanding Academic and Popular Debate in World History
by Patrick Manning
Boundary Disputes
by Jerry H. Bentley
Liberalism and Difference in World History
by Chris Chekuri
Reacting to the Past
by Sun Yue
Lessons from the T-Section
by Thembisa Waetjen
Time, Place, Space, and Identity
by Lucia Carter
Mission Impossible, Accepted
by Robert Strayer


The Centrality of Context in World History: Teaching the Twentieth Century
by Robert Strayer
Is Communism to be Blamed for China's Religious Policy?
by Tanya Storch
Teaching By Talking: Discussion-Based Learning in the AP World History Survey
by Erik Vincent
Toward an Inclusive View of Humanity
by John Murnane

Featured Review

"The Indian Ocean in World History," A Web Resource developed by Susan Douglass
Reviewed by John Maunu and Bryan Scheiber

Book Reviews

John W. Steinberg, All the Tsar's Men: Russia's General Staff and the Fate of the Empire, 1898–1914.
by Jonathan Grant
Ian Almond, Two Faiths, One Banner: When Muslims Marched With Christians across Europe's Battlegrounds.
by Abdul Karim Khan
Douglas R. Egerton, Alison Games, Jane G. Landers, Kris Lane, and Donald R. Wright, The Atlantic World: A History, 1400–1888.
by Nicole Magie
Sue Peabody and Keila Grinberg, eds. Slavery, Freedom, and the Law in the Atlantic World: A Brief History with Documents.
by Yvonne M. Pitts
David Northrup, ed. Crosscurrents in the Black Atlantic, 1770–1965: A Brief History with Documents.
by Daniel Rood
Daniel R. Headrick, Technology: A World History.
by Chris Thomas
Michael Hunt, The World Transformed: 1945 To The Present.
by Bart Wisialowski
Books available for review


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