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Volume 13 • Number 1

February 2016

   
  Editor's Message
 

FORUM: Port Cities in World History

  Forum Introduction: Port Cities in World History
  Guest Editors: Mariona Lloret and Rubén Carrillo
  Transforming Manila: China, Islam, and Spain in a Global Port City
  by Ethan Hawkley
  Port cities as information centers: the case of Dutch and Hanseatic ports in the construction of reliable information networks on the course of the Northern War, 1717-1719
  by Núria Sallés Vilaseca
  Port Cities in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1730
  by Alex Zukas
  Producing an Imperial Bridgehead: The Making of Abidjan in Ivory Coast, 1908-1955
  by Abou B. Bamba
  Bridge of Hemispheric Command, Helmsman of the Caribbean: New York City, 1890s-1920s
  by Kelvin Santiago-Valles
  Port Said, Egypt: Canal Gateway to Global Hub?
  by Howard J. Dooley
 

Articles

  Digital Resources for Port Cities in World History
  by John Maunu
  Taking Cover: Explaining the Persistence of the Coverage Model in World History Surveys
  by Dave Eaton
  The NOCCA Integrated World History Curriculum: A New Paradigm for Teaching History in High School
  by Michael Wallace and Daniel Lord Smail
  Oddball Questions as a Means to Educate and Energize New World History Teachers: Vietnam, a Case Study
  by David Pickus and Hoang Thanh Tu
  Combating a "Half-of-the-World state of mind": Indonesia Expert Raymond Kennedy Embraces World History, 1942–1950
  by Robert Shaffer
 

Book Reviews

  Zayde Antrim, Routes and Realms: The Power of Place in the Early Islamic World
  by Orel Beilinson
  Stewart Gordon, A History of the World in Sixteen Shipwrecks
  by Kenneth R. Hall
  Federico De Romanis and Marco Maiuro, eds., Across the Ocean: Nine Essays on Indo-Mediterranean Trade
  by Anya King
  Nicholas Walton, Genoa, 'La Superba': The Rise and Fall of a Merchant Pirate Superpower.
  by Mariona Lloret
  George T. Díaz, Border Contraband: A History of Smuggling Across the Rio Grande
  by Andrae Marak
  Cole, Adrian and Stephen Ortega. The Thinking Past: Questions and Problems in World History to 1750
  by Steven Henry Martin
  Rafe Blaufarb and Liz Clarke, Inhuman Traffick: The International Struggle Against the Transatlantic Slave Trade, a Graphic History
  by Andrea Felber Seligman
  Kenneth R. Curtis and Jerry H. Bentley, eds., Architects of World History: Researching the Global Past.
  by Rick Warner
   

 

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