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Volume 12 • Number 2

June 2015

  Editor's Message

FORUM: Religious Conversion Across Cultures

  Introduction: A Working Typology of Cross-Cultural Religious Interaction
  Guest Editor: David Lindenfeld
  Converting the Khan: Christian Missionaries and the Mongol Empire
  by Timothy May
  Plow for Islam: Central Asia and Sufi Culture
  by Jacqueline Swansinger
  A Working Typology of Cross-Cultural Religious Interaction as Applied to the Yoruba
  by David Lindenfeld
  Missionary Institutions in China as Sites of Conversion
  by Sue Gronewold
  Some Tears of Religious Aspiration: Dynamics of Korean Suffering in Post-War Seoul, South Korea
  by Jin-Heon Jung


  Toleration in the World History of Religions
  by Alan Kramer
  Team Teaching an Interdisciplinary Course: a History and a Science Teacher and their Students Collaborate on Learning Big History Together
  by James A. Diskant and Ulpiano Frederick A. Pontillas
  Religious Conversion in Universal Religions in the Pre-modern era: A Mini-Reader
  by Michael McInneshin
  Teaching the Global Twentieth Century Through the History of the Automobile
  by Karen Robert
  Religious Missions, Conversion: Internet Resources
  by John Maunu

Book Reviews

  Jerry Brotton, A History of the World in Twelve Maps
  by Michael McInneshin
  Ross E. Dunn and Laura J. Mitchell, Panorama: A World History
  by Susan Douglass
  Barry Cunliffe, Britain Begins
  by Thomas Rushford
  Aaron Shatzman, The Old World, the New World and the Creation of the Modern World, 1400–1650: An Interpretative History
  by Stefan Halikowski Smith
  Books available for review


Sue Gronewold Sue Gronewold
Jin-Heon Jung Jin-Heon Jung
Timothy May Timothy May

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