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Volume 9 • Number 1

February 2012


Editor's Message  

Special Issue on Re-Conceptualizing Asia in World History

 
Introduction to the Special Issue
by Marc Jason Gilbert
 
The Asian Resurgence in World History Perspective
by Craig A. Lockard
 
(Re)Conceptualizing the World in Eighteenth Century China
by Ronald Chung-yam Po
 
The Merchant's Ark: Live Animal Gifts in Early Modern Dutch-Japanese Relations
by Martha Chaiklin
 
The Trial of Chinggis Khan:  A Classroom Simulation
by Steve Buenning
 
From Depp to Breadth: Teaching World History with Pirates of the Caribbean
by Craig D. Patton
 
Ban Zhao: Scholar of Han Dynasty China
by Yuen Ting Lee
 
China, Social Insurance and the Welfare State: A Global Historical Perspective
by Aiqun Hu
 
On-Line Resources for Teaching and Learning about APEC and Modern Asia in World History
by Marc Jason Gilbert
 

Book Reviews

Thomas Benjamin, The Atlantic World: Europeans, Africans, Indians and Their Shared History 1400–1900.
by Wilfred Bison
 
John E. Wills Jr., The World from 1450 to 1700.
by Urmi Engineer
 
Amy Singer, Charity in Islamic Societies.
by Muhammed Hassanali
 
Peter B. Golden, Central Asia in World History.
by Mary Jane Maxwell
 
Dori Jones Yang, Daughter of Xanadu.
by Timothy May
 
J.H. Elliott, Empires of the Atlantic World: Britain and Spain in America 1492–1830.
by R.K. McCaslin
 
Robert Thomas Tierney, Tropics of Savagery: The Culture of Japanese Empire in Comparative Frame.
by Yuma Totani
 
Asma Afsaruddin, The First Muslims: History and Memory.
by Eric Tuten
 
Craig A. Lockard, Southeast Asia in World History.
by Wynn Gadkar-Wilcox
 
Books available for review

 


 
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