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Volume 11 • Number 3

October 2014

  Editor's Message

FORUM: Studies in Migration Worldwide

  Introduction to the Forum on Studies in Migration Worldwide
  Guest Editor: Patrick Manning
  Mid-Holocene Migrations: Another view of the rise of Civilization
  by Patrick Manning
  Seasonal Migrations and Material Culture in the Sixteenth-century North Atlantic  
  by Jack Bouchard  
  "Bring in Outsiders Who Will Do the Work": Migration and British Malaya's Imperial Labor Hierarchy, 1900–1930  
  by Tiffany Trimmer  
  Shipping Companies as Carriers and Barriers to Human Mobility: The Atlantic and Pacific Border Regimes of the United States  
  by Torsten Feys  
  Held but Not On Hold: Toward an Archive of Refugee Materiality  
  by Bennett Sherry  


  Keeping the 'Story' in World History: Theme, Narrative and Student Engagement in the Survey Class  
  by Jeff Pardue  
  Are We Prepared?: Primary Sources in State World History Standards and the Common Core State Standards Initiative  
  by Thomas W. Barker and Joseph O'Brien  
  Select Digital Resources for Migration in World History  
  by John Maunu  

Book Reviews

  Assendelft de Coningh, C. T. [Cornelis Theodoor]. A Pioneer in Yokohama: A Dutchman's Adventures in the New Treaty Port  
  by Robert Eskildsen  
  Elizabeth Schmidt, Foreign Intervention in Africa: From the Cold War to the War on Terror  
  by Tiffany Gleason  
  Edward A. Alpers, The Indian Ocean in World History  
  by Victoria Penziner Hightower  
  Peter Hart, Gallipoli  
  by Mark Klobas  
  Hsia, R. Po-Chia. A Jesuit in the Forbidden City: Matteo Ricci, 1552-1610  
  by Mark Soderstrom  
  Chouki El Hamel, Black Morocco: A History of Slavery, Race, and Islam
Mohammed Ennaji, Slavery, the State, and Islam
Elisabeth McMahon, Slavery and Emancipation in Islamic East Africa: From Honor to Respectability
  by Kit Adam Wainer  
  Michael H. Fisher, Migration: A World History  
  by Carey A. Watt  
  Books available for review  


Jack Bouchard Jack Bouchard
Torsten Feys Torsten Feys
John Maunu John Maunu
Jerry H. Bentley Dedicated to Jerry H. Bentley

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