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Submissions from 2021

Preface, Radomir Bolgov, Vadim Atnashev, Yuri Gladkiy, Art Leete, Sergey Pogodin, Alexey Tsyb, and Andrei Znamenski

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Pirates and pilgrims: The plunder of the ganj-i sawai, the hajj, and a Mughal captain’s perspective, Tyler Joseph Kynn

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Sadomasochism and the BDSM community in the United States: Kinky People Unite, Stephen K. Stein

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From Class to Culture: Ideological Landscapes of the Left Thought Collective in the West, 1950s–1980s, Andrei A. Znamenski

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Mircea Eliade: Shamanism, traditionalism and the ideology of the archaic, Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 2020

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AHR Conversation black internationalism, Monique Bedasse, Kim D. Butler, Carlos Fernandes, Dennis Laumann, Tejasvi Nagaraja, Benjamin Talton, and Kira Thurman

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Olives and lighting in Dark Age Europe1, Benjamin Graham

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Pebbles and ripples: Hubert harrison and the rise of the garvey movement, Brian Kwoba

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Global Geographies of Meiji Japan: Two perspectives, Catherine L. Phipps

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Thou Shalt Meet Thy Sexual Needs in Marriage: Southern Baptists and Marital Sex in the Postwar Era, Sarah Potter

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The "white faith" movement in the mountain altai: Tibetan buddhism, mongolia, and the oirot prophecy, 1880s-1920s, Andrei Znamenski

Submissions from 2019

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From Patient to Survivor: Mental Health and Disability Studies, Beverly Tsacoyianis

Submissions from 2018

Taylor-made: Envisioning black Memphis at midcentury, Beverly Greene Bond

“If the march cannot be here, then where?": Memphis and the meredith march, Aram Goudsouzian

An unseen light: Black struggles for freedom in Memphis, Tennessee, Aram Goudsouzian and Charles W. McKinney

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Introduction, Aram Goudsouzian and Charles W. McKinney

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Remembering the germans in ghana, Dennis Laumann

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Introduction: ‘Meiji Japan in global history’, Catherine Phipps

Submissions from 2017

Finding strength in southern studies pedagogy: Cultivating individual resilience through a representative narrative, Michele Grigsby Coffey

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Introduction, Michele Grigsby Coffey and Jodi Skipper

Navigating Souths: Transdisciplinary explorations of a U.S. region, Michele Grigsby Coffey and Jodi Skipper

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Polyrhythms of revolution: A comment on kevin olson’s “when is the time of revolution?”, Andrew Daily

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Joseph Grigulevich: A Tale of Identity, Soviet Espionage, and Storytelling, Andrei Znamenski

Submissions from 2016

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From Lew Alcindor to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Race, Religion, and Representation in Basketball, 1968-1975, Aram Goudsouzian

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Women’s participation in the religious hierarchy of Ancient Egypt, Suzanne Onstine

Submissions from 2015

Finding a new war in an old image, Susan Eva O'donovan

From "national socialists" to "nazi": History, politics, and the english language, Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 2014

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Race, citizenship, and antillean student activism in Postwar France, 1946-1968, Andrew M. Daily

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They make one very handsome Mirkin amongst them: Gossip and church politics in mid-seventeenth-century Virginia, Christine Eisel

Green gold: Alabama's forests and forest industries, James E. Fickle

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Basketball, Aram Goudsouzian

Introduction, Robert Nemes and Daniel Unowsky

Sites of European Antisemitism in the age of mass politics, 1880-1918, Robert Nemes and Daniel Unowsky

Everybody else: Adoption and the politics of domestic diversity in postwar America, Sarah Potter

Local violence, regional politics, and state crisis: The 1898 Anti-Jewish Riots in Habsburg Galicia, Daniel Unowsky

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Power for the powerless: Oirot/ Amursana prophecy in altai and Western Mongolia, 1890s-1920s, Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 2013

Freedom: A documentary history of Emancipation, 1861-1867, René Hayden, Anthony E. Kaye, Kate Masur, Steven F. Miller, Susan E. O'Donovan, Leslie S. Rowland, and Stephen A. West

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Prince Seti-Merenptah, Chancellor Bay, and the Bark Shrine of Seti II at Karnak, Kevin L. Johnson and Peter J. Brand

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Family ideals: The diverse meanings of residential space in Chicago during the post-World War II baby boom, Sarah Potter

In the shadow of Dr. Lueger: Vienna notes of an accidental tourist, Andrei Znamenski

Submissions from 2012

The "European Miracle": Warrior aristocrats, spirit of liberty, and competition as a discovery process, Andrei Znamenski

Submissions from 2011

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The merchants’ capital: New Orleans and the political economy of the nineteenth-century south, Scott P. Marler

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Two Kinds of Freedom: Mercantile development and labor systems in Louisiana cotton and sugar parishes after the Civil War, Scott P. Marler

Submissions from 2010

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Editorial statement, Bruce E. Baker and Susan E. O'Donovan

King of the court: Bill Russell and the basketball revolution, Aram Goudsouzian

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Narratives of a "model colony": German togoland in written and oral histories, Dennis Laumann

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"A monument to commercial isolation": Merchants and the economic decline of post- civil war New Orleans, Scott P. Marler

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Military Interventions in Asia, 1899-1927, Stephen K. Stein

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Peasant political mobilization and the 1898 anti-Jewish riots in western Galicia, Daniel Unowsky

Submissions from 2009

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Usurped cartouches of Merenptah at Karnak and Luxor, Peter J. Brand

Traded babies: Enslaved children in America's domestic migration, 1820-60, Susan Eva O'Donovan

History with an attitude: Alaska in modern Russian patriotic rhetoric, Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 2008

"An abiding faith in cotton": The merchant capitalist community of New Orleans, 1860-1862, Scott P. Marler

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Merchants and the Political Economy of Nineteenth-Century Louisiana: New Orleans and Its Hinterlands, Scott P. Marler

Submissions from 2007

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The Economics of Reconstruction, Peter A. Coclanis and Scott Marler

The limits of loyalty: Imperial symbolism, popular allegiances, and state patriotism in the late Habsburg Monarchy, Laurence Cole and Daniel L. Unowsky

From torpedoes to aviation: Washington IIrving Chambers and Technological Innovation in the New Navy 1876 to 1913, Stephen K. Stein

Celebrating two emperors and a revolution: The public contest to represent the polish and Ruthenian nations in 1880, Daniel L. Unowsky

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The Beauty of the Primitive: Shamanism and Western Imagination, Andrei A. Znamenski

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The "ethic of empire" on the Siberian borderland: The peculiar case of the "rock people," 1791-1878, Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 2006

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Review Essay: Après Le Déluge:New Orleans and the New Environmental History, Scott P. Marler

Submissions from 2005

Pomp and politics of patriotism: Imperial celebrations in Habsburg austria, 1848-1916, Daniel L. Unowsky

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The Last Years of Austria-Hungary: A Multi-National Experiment in Twentieth-Century Europe, Daniel L. Unowsky

Submissions from 2004

Staging Habsburg patriotism: Dynastic loyalty and the 1898 imperial jubilee, Daniel Unowsky

Submissions from 2003

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The last years of the habsburg monarchy, Daniel Unowsky

Submissions from 1999

"Vague sense of belonging to the Russian empire": The reindeer Chukchi's status in nineteenth century northeastern Siberia, Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 1998

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Shamanism and Christianity on the Russian Siberian Borderland: Altaian Responses to Russian Orthodox Missionaries (1830–1917), Andrei A. Znamenski

Submissions from 1979

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More Recation to The Public Historian, Harold P. Anderson, Georgia L. Fox, and Charles W. Crawford

Submissions from 1978

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Reviews, Mary Elizabeth Ruwell, Thornton W. Mitchell, Helen W. Slotkin, Charles W. Crawford, Archie Motley, Robert J. Plowman, John Daly, and William L. Joyce

Submissions from 1974

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Oral history- the state of the profession, Charles W. Crawford