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World History Connected: Books Available for Review as of June 2016

World History Connected has a number of fascinating and timely books available for review. Email the book review editor, Christine Skwiot, at christine.skwiot@mma.edu a brief biography or C.V. and the title that you would like to review. Please note that availability is subject to change and that World History Connected cannot honor every request.

Author(s)

Title

Publisher

Year

Conrad, Sebastian

What Is Global History?

Princeton: Princeton University Press

2016

Cox, John

To Kill a People: Genocide in the Twentieth Century

New York: Oxford University Press

2016

Foltz, Richard

Iran in World History

New York: Oxford University Press

2016

Gordon, Stewart

Shackles of Iron: Slavery Beyond the Atlantic

Indianapolis: Hackett

2016

Hampton, Mark

Hong Kong and British Culture, 1945–1997

Manchester: Manchester University Press

2016

Kocha, Jürgen

Capitalism: A Short History

Princeton: Princeton University Press

2016

Marshall, Adrian G.

Nemesis: The First Iron Warship and Her World

Singapore: National University of Singapore Press

2016

Patel, Kiran Klaus

The New Deal: A Global History

Princeton: Princeton University Press

2016

Rizzo, Tracey and Steven Gerontakis

Intimate Empires: Body, Race, and Gender in the Modern World

New York: Oxford University Press

2016

Slight, John

The British Empire and the Hajj, 1885–1956

Cambridge: Harvard University Press

2015

Smele, Jonathan D.

The "Russian" Civil Wars, 1916–1926

New York: Oxford University Press

2016

Suzuki, Hideaki, ed.

Abolitions as a Global Experience. Trans. Jeremiah Riemer.

Singapore: National University of Singapore Press

2016

 

 
   

 
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