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Volume 13 • Number 3

October 2016

  Editor's Message

FORUM: Research and Teaching Exhibitions in World History

  Researching and Teaching Exhibitions: Opportunities for Engaging World History in Context
  Guest Editor: Peter H. Hoffenberg
  The Raw Materials of World History: Re-visiting the Great Exhibition's Objects
  by Louise Purbrick
  Fair Representation? American Indians and the 1893 Chicago World's Columbian Exposition
  by David R.M. Beck
  How Do Exhibitions Travel? A Case Study of the Indian National Congress Exhibitions
  by Denise Gonyo
  The Soviet Union at the 20th-Century World's Fairs
  by Anthony Swift
  World Expositions as Time Machines: Two Views of the Visual Construction of Time between Anthropology and Futurama
  by Guido Abbattista and Giulia Iannuzzi

FORUM: The Silk Road in World History

  Introduction: The Silk Road
  Guest Editor: Timothy May
  Manichaeism on the Silk Road
  by Silvia Mantz
  Cultural Conceptions of Silk Road Trade and Merchant Activities in Medieval Eurasia
  by Donna Hamil
  The Difficult Journey: Overcoming Harām in the Development of Islamic Ṭirāz
  by Robert S. Klemm
  Digital Resources for the Silk Road in World History
  by John Maunu

Book Reviews

  Alicia C. Decker and Andrea L. Arrington, Africanizing Democracies, 1980-Present
  by Tyler Fleming
  Heather Streets-Salter and Trevor R. Getz, Empires and Colonies in the Modern World: A Global Perspective
  by Luke Keogh
  James Carter and Richard Warren, Forging the Modern World: A History
  by Josh Lieser
  Kwasi Konadu, Transatlantic Africa, 1440-1888. Epilogue by Trevor Getz
  by Michael McInneshin
  Wayne E. Lee, Waging War: Conflict, Culture, and Innovation in World History
  by Stephen Morillo
  Paul M. Cobb, The Race for Paradise: An Islamic History of the Crusades
  by Christopher Rose
  Cathie Carmichael and Richard C. Maguire, eds., The Routledge History of Genocide
  by Alan Rosenfeld
  Barbara Alpern Engel and Janet Martin, Russia in World History
  by Jack Seitz
  Andrew Lees, The City: A World History
  by Michael G. Vann
  Michael Saler, ed., The Fin-de-Siècle World
  by Alexander Vari
  Wolfgang Reinhard, ed., Empires and Encounters, 1350-1750
  by Alex Zukas
  Books available for review


Louise Purbrick Louise Purbrick
Anthony Swift Anthony Swift
Timothy May Timothy May
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