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Early American Studies“I was always dispos’d to be serviceable to you, tho’ it seems I was once unlucky”: Mathew Carey’s Relationship with Benjamin Franklin2013FallGreen James N.Library Company of PhiladelphiaU.S.
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Early American StudiesAfterword: Why Should We Listen to Mathew Carey?2013FallBurkeMartin J.City University of New YorkU.S.
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Early American StudiesFurious Booksellers: The “American Copy” of the Waverley Novels and the Language of the Book Trade2013FallRezekJosephBoston UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesMathew Carey, Ireland, and the "Empire for Liberty" in America2013FallBricMaurice J.University College Dublin
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Early American StudiesMathew Carey's Learning Experience: Commerce, Manufacturing, and the Panic of 18192013FallMatsonCathy University of DelawareU.S.
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Early American StudiesThe Statistical Turn in Early American Political Economy: Mathew Carey and the Authority of Numbers2013FallÖhmanMartin Uppsala UniversitySweden
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Early American StudiesTrans-Atlantic Migration and the Printing Trade in Revolutionary America. 2013FallAdelmanJoseph M.Framingham State University
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Early American Studies"One Indian and a Negroe, the first thes Ilands ever had": Imagining the Archive in Early Bermuda2013SpringKopelsonHeather MiyanoUniversity of AlabamaU.S.
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Early American Studies"Turned Their Minds to Religion"2013SpringMandellDaniel R.Truman State UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesIsland Nation: Mapping Florida, Revising America2013SpringNavakasMichele CurrieTexas Tech UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesThe French Education of Martha Jefferson Randolph2013SpringKerrisonCatherineVillanova UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesNo One Who Reads the History of Hayti Can Doubt the Capacity of Colored Men: Racial Formation and Atlantic Rehabilitation in New York City's Early Black Press, 1827-18412013SpringYinglingCharltonUniversity of South CarolinaU.S.
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Early American Studies"Centripetal Attraction" in a Centrifugal World: The Pacifist Vision of Elihu Burritt2013WinterMinardiMargotReed CollegeU.S.
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Early American Studies"English Liberties" and German Settlers in Colonial America: The Georgia Salzburgers' Conceptions of Community, 1730-17502013WinterAumanKarenNew York UniversityU.S.
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Early American Studies"Good and Kind Benefactors": British Logwood Merchants and Boston's Christ Church2013WinterNewtonRoss A. Northeastern UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesAn Entangled World: Loyalties, Allegiances, and Affilliations in the Long Eighteenth Century2013WinterWestburyJerushaNew York UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesAn Entangled World: Loyalties, Allegiances, and Affilliations in the Long Eighteenth Century2013WinterShroutAnelise HansonNew York UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesCompeting Loyalties: Nationality, Church Governance, and the Development of an American Catholic Identity2013WinterGillikinMargaret WilsonUniversity of South CarolinaU.S.
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Early American StudiesFrom Spain to the River Plate: Migratory Strategies of Spaniards in the Eighteenth Century2013WinterPérezMarianaUniversidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
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Early American StudiesImperial Uncertainties and Republican Conflicts2013WinterEstefaneAndrésUniversidad Adolfo Ibáñez
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Early American StudiesNew Nations, New Connections2013WinterHeadDavidUniversity of Central FloridaU.S.
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Early American StudiesOn the Margins. 2013WinterChengEileenSarah Lawrence CollegeU.S.
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Early American StudiesThe Caribs of St. Vincent and Indigenous Resistance during the Age of Revolutions. 2013WinterKimJulie ChunFordham UniversityU.S.
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Early American StudiesThe Poetics of Belonging in the Age of Enlightenment2013WinterFisher
Rebecka Rutledge
University of North Carolina, Chapel HillU.S.
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Early American StudiesTrans-Atlantic Anti-Jacobinism2013WinterNorthwestern College
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryFaces of Opposition: Juvenile Resistance, High Treason, and the People's Court in Nazi Germany. 2013AutumnGeerlingWaynePennsylvania State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryFaces of Opposition: Juvenile Resistance, High Treason, and the People's Court in Nazi Germany. 2013AutumnMageeGary B.Monash University
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryFaces of Opposition: Juvenile Resistance, High Treason, and the People's Court in Nazi Germany. 2013AutumnBrooksRobertMonash University
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryThe African-American Labor Supply after Reconstruction: Added Worker Effects in Urban Families2013AutumnMurrayJohn E.Rhodes College
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryThe African-American Labor Supply after Reconstruction: Added Worker Effects in Urban Families2013AutumnTroeskenWernerUniversity of PittsburghU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryVenetian Trading Networks in the Medieval Mediterranean2013AutumnApellánizFranciscoEuropean University Institute
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Journal of Interdisciplinary History"One of the Finest and Most Fruitful Spots in America": An Analysis of Eighteenth-Century Carriacou.2013SpringRydenDavid BeckUniversity of Houston-DowntownU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryPublic Debt in the Papal States, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century2013SpringStrangioDonatella1Sapienza University of Rome
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryThe Evolution of Grain Policy: The Ottoman Experience2013SpringAğirSevenMiddle East Technical University
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryBetween Famine and Death: England on the Eve of the Black Death--Evidence from Paleoepidemiology and Manorial Accounts2013SummerDeWitteSharonUniversity of South CarolinaU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryBetween Famine and Death: England on the Eve of the Black Death--Evidence from Paleoepidemiology and Manorial Accounts2013SummerSlavinPhilipMcGill University
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryGrowing Up Roman: Infant Mortality and Reproductive Development2013SummerPilkingtonNathanColumbia UniversityU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryMapping the Boston Poor: Inmates of the Boston Almshouse, 1795-18012013SummerHerndonRuth WallisBowling Green State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryMapping the Boston Poor: Inmates of the Boston Almshouse, 1795-18012013SummerChallúAmilcar E.Bowling Green State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryWhite Goods in Italy during a Golden Age (1948-1973)2013SummerParisIvanUniversity of Brescia
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryCrime and Punishment in Ottoman Times: Corruption and Fines.2013WinterCoşgelMetin M.University of ConnecticutU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryCrime and Punishment in Ottoman Times: Corruption and Fines.2013WinterErgeneBoğaçUniversity of VermontU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryCrime and Punishment in Ottoman Times: Corruption and Fines.2013WinterEtkes HaggayTel Aviv University
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryCrime and Punishment in Ottoman Times: Corruption and Fines.2013WinterMiceliThomasUniversity of ConnecticutU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryLiving Standards in Nineteenth-Century Russia2013WinterDennisonTracyCalifornia Institute of TechnologyU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryLiving Standards in Nineteenth-Century Russia2013WinterNafzigerStevenWilliams CollegeU.S.
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Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryMaking a "Popular Slave Society" in Colonial British America2013WinterMenardRussell R.University of MinnesotaU.S.
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Journal of Modern HistoryThe Strange Politics of Federative Ideas in East-Central Europe2013DecemberCaseHollyCornell UniversityU.S.
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Journal of Modern HistoryA State of Exception? Mass Expulsions and the German Constitutional State, 1871-19142013DecemberFitzpatrickMatthew P.Flinders UniversityAustralia
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Journal of Modern HistoryAn American Model for French Liberalism: The State of Exception in Édouard Laboulaye's Constitutional Thought2013DecemberSawyerStephen W.American University of ParisFrance
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Journal of Modern HistoryRace and Empire: The Legitimation of Italian Colonialism in Juridical Thought2013DecemberDe NapoliOlindoUniversità degli Studi di Napoli Federico IIItaly
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Journal of Modern HistoryDas römische Gespräch in a New Key: Hannah Arendt, Genocide, and the Defense of Republican Civilization2013DecemberMosesA. DirkUniversity of SydneyAustralia
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Journal of Modern HistoryManipulating Information in the Ancien Régime: Ceremonial Records, Aristocratic Strategies, and the Limits of the State Perspective.2013JuneSternbergGioraHertford College, University of OxfordU.K.
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Journal of Modern HistoryCommodifying the Self Within: Ghosts, Libels, and the Crook Life Story in Interwar Britain2013JuneHoulbrookMattUniversity of OxfordU.K.
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Journal of Modern HistoryThe Streetscape of Economic Crisis: Commerce, Politics, and Urban Space in Interwar Berlin. 2013JuneLobergMollyCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis ObispoU.S.
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Journal of Modern History"A Story of Betrayal": Conceptualizing Variants of Capitalism in the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials.2013MarchPriemelKim ChristianHumboldt University of BerlinGermany
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Journal of Modern HistoryCelebrating the "Nation" in a Colonial Context: "Bastille Day" and the Contested Public Space in Algeria, 1880-19392013MarchJansenJan C.University of KonstanzGermany
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Journal of Modern HistoryThe Rhine Crisis of 1840 and German Nationalism: Chauvinism, Skepticism, and Regional Reception.2013MarchBrophyJames M.University of DelawareU.S.
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Journal of Modern HistoryRomantic Attitudes toward Oriental Despotism2013NovemberTzoref-AshkenaziChen[none given]N.A.N.A.N.A.
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Journal of Modern HistoryBreaking the Ties: French Romantic Socialism and the Critique of Liberal Slave Emancipation2013SeptemberAndrewsNaomi J.Santa Clara UniversityU.S.
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Journal of Modern HistoryDid You Hear the Sermon? Progressive Priests, Conservative Catholics, and the Return of Political and Cultural Diversity in Late Francoist Spain2013SeptemberCazorla-SánchezAntonioTrent UniversityCanada
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Journal of Modern HistoryIn Pursuit of Greater Hungary: Eugenic Ideas of Social and Biological Improvement, 1940-19412013SeptemberTurdaMariusOxford Brookes UniversityU.K.
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Journal of Modern HistorySovereignty at Guantánamo: New Evidence and a Comparative Historical Interpretation2013SeptemberPressStevenHarvard UniversityU.S.
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Journal of the Early RepublicAn Eye for Prices, an Eye for Souls2013FallVerneyMichaelUniversity of New HampshireU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic"Auctioneer of Offices"2013FallHartigan-O'ConnorEllenUniversity of California, DavisU.S.
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Journal of the Early RepublicSlave Smuggling by Foreign Privateers2013FallHeadDavidSpring Hill College, Mobile, AlabamaU.S.
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Journal of the Early RepublicStoking the "Abolition Fire in the Capitol". 2013FallBrooksCoreyYork College of PennsylvaniaU.S.
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Journal of the Early RepublicTurning Sufferers into Settlers2013FallShireLaurel ClarkUniversity of Western Ontario, London, OntarioCanada
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Journal of the Early RepublicAt Home Among the Dead.2013SpringChambersStephenBrown UniversityU.S.
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Journal of the Early RepublicLooking Beyond Parties and Elections2013SpringPeartDanielQueen Mary University of LondonU.K.
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Journal of the Early RepublicThe Authority of the Imagination in an Age of Wonder.2013SpringCaytonAndrewMiami University, Oxford, OhioU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic"King George Has Issued Too Many Pattents for Us".2013SummerBrookeJohnOhio State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic"Know All Men By These Presents"2013WinterMathisenErikUniversity of Portsmouth (UK)U.K.
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Journal of the Early RepublicShaken Spirits2013WinterHancockJonathanHendrix College, Conway, ArkansasU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic Mr. Tashtego2013SpringShoemakerNancyUniversity of ConnecticutU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic Prophetstown for Their Own Purposes2013SpringBottigerPatrickFlorida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FloridaU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic A New Nation Votes and the Study of American Politics, 1789-18242013SummerSloatCaroline F.[none given]N.A.N.A.N.A.
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Journal of the Early Republic The Family Factor2013SummerZagarriRosemarieGeorge Mason UniversityU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic The Federalist Party Resurgence, 1808-18162013SummerLampiPhilip J.American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MassachusettsN.A.N.A.N.A.
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Journal of the Early Republic The Right to Vote and the Rise of Democracy, 1787-18282013SummerRatcliffeDonaldUniversity of OxfordU.K.
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Journal of the Early Republic "A Savage Feast They Made of It". 2013WinterUsnerDaniel H.Vanderbilt UniversityU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic Northern Horse2013WinterJohnsonPaul E.University of South CarolinaU.S.
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Journal of the Early Republic The Maine and Missouri Crisis2013WinterMasonMatthew Brigham Young UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryFrom "Bête Noire" to "le Mal de Constantinople": Plagues, Medicine, and the Early Modern Ottoman State2013DecemberVarlikNükhetRutgers University-NewarkU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryOld Cells, Aging Bodies, and New Money: Scientific Solutions to the Problem of Old Age in the United States, 1945-1955.2013DecemberMannTamaraColumbia UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryThe Complexities of a Stoic Breakthrough: Matteo Ricci's Ershiwu Yan (Twenty-five Paragraphs)2013DecemberLiuYu Niagara County Community CollegeU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryThe Hajj by Japanese Muslims in the Interwar Period: Japan's Pan-Asianism and Economic Interests in the Islamic World2013DecemberMikiya KoyagiUniversity of Texas at AustinU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryThe State and the Epidemiological Transition: An Introduction2013DecemberBreyfogle Nicholas BOhio State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryThe State and the Epidemiological Transition: An Introduction2013DecemberBrooke John L.Ohio State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryThe State and the Epidemiological Transition: An Introduction2013DecemberOtter ChristopherOhio State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryMaking Global Commerce into International Health Diplomacy: Consuls and Disease Control in the Age of Revolutions2013DecemberArnerKatherineJohns Hopkins UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryAges of Sail, Ocean Basins, and Southeast Asia2013JuneGaynorJennifer L.University at Buffalo, SUNYU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryFrom Below and to the Left? Human Rights and Liberation Politics in Africa's Postcolonial Age2013JuneTerrettaMerdithUniversity of OttawaCanada
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Journal of World HistoryLike Lambs in Japan and Devils outside Their Land: Diplomacy, Violence, and Japanese Merchants in Southeast Asia2013JuneClulowAdamMonash UniversityAustralia
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Journal of World HistoryThe Rise and Global Significance of the First "West": The Medieval Islamic Maghrib2013JuneLázaroFabio LópezSanta Clara UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryWestern Utopias, Missionary Economics, and the Chinese Village2013JuneZanasiMargheritaLouisiana State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryIndian Spices and Roman "Magic" in Imperial and Late Antique Indomediterranea2013MarchPollardElizabeth AnnSan Diego State UniversityU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryLaw in China or Conquest in the Americas: Competing Constructions of Political Space in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire.2013MarchTezcanBakiUniversity of California, DavisU.S.
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Journal of World HistoryReligious Intercrossing in Late Antiqu Eurasia: Loss, Corruption, and Canon Formation.2013MarchDilleyPaul C.University of IowaU.S.
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