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American Historical Review

Washington, American Historical Association
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Punto di servizio: Scienze Politiche, Riv. Straniere 0011
Consistenza: a. 26, 1920/21-
Lacune: a. 91, 1986, 5; a. 106, 2001, 6; a. 110, 2005, 2

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a. 125, 2020, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XVI

Monica H. Green, The Four Black Deaths, p. 1601
Merle Eisenberg, Lee Mordechai, The Justinianic Plague and Global Pandemics: The Making of the Plague Concept, p. 1632
Joel Cabrita, Writing Apartheid: Ethnographic Collaborators and the Politics of Knowledge Production in Twentieth-Century South Africa, p. 1668

Participants: Monique Bedasse, Kim D. Butler, Carlos Fernandes, Dennis Laumann, Tejasvi Nagaraja, Benjamin Talton, And Kira Thurman, p. 1699

Heather F. Roller, A Shared toxic History, p. 1740

Introduction, p. 1751
Ned Blackhawk, The Iron Cage of Erasure: American Indian Sovereignty in Jill Lepore’s These Truths, p. 1752
Mary Beth Norton, Truths . . . Audacious and Flawed, p. 1764
Matt Garcia, Lepore’s America, “Our America”?, p. 1768
Paul Ortiz, A Civics Primer for American History, p. 1773

Featured Reviews, p. 1778
Reviews of Books, p. 1807
Collected Essays, p. 2051
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 2054
Digital Resources, p. 2055
Communications, p. 2057
Index, p. 2059
Index of topics, p. 2098
Index of Advertisers 6(a)

a. 125, 2020, 4

In This Issue, p. XI
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XV

Daniel Jütte, Sleeping in Church: Preaching, Boredom, and the Struggle for Attention in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, p. 1147
Benjamin Siegel, The Kibbutz and the Ashram: Sarvodaya Agriculture, Israeli Aid, and the Global Imaginaries of Indian Development, p. 1175
Ari Joskowicz, The Age of the Witness and the Age of Surveillance: Romani Holocaust Testimony and the Perils of Digital Scholarship, p. 1205
Malgorzata Fidelis, Tensions of Transnationalism: Youth Rebellion, State Backlash, and 1968 in Poland, p. 1232

Rethinking the History of Childhood
Introduction, p. 1260
Sarah Maza, The Kids Aren’t All Right: Historians and the Problem of Childhood, p. 1261
Steven Mintz, Children’s History Matters, p. 1286
Nara Milanich, Comment on Sarah Maza’s “The Kids Aren’t All Right”, p. 1293
Robin P. Chapdelaine, Little Voices: The Importance and Limitations of Children’s Histories, p. 1296
Ishita Pande, Is the History of Childhood Ready for the World? A Response to “The Kids Aren’t All Right”, p. 1300
Bengt Sandin, History of Children and Childhood-Being and Becoming, Dependent and Independent, p. 1306
Sarah Maza, Getting Personal with Our Sources: A Response, p. 1317

HISTORY UNCLASSIFIED Rachel Hope Cleves, Vocabula Amatoria: A Glossary of French Culinary Sex Terms, p. 1323

AHR Review Roundtable Ian Milligan’s History in the Age of Abundance?
Daniel J. Story, Jo Guldi, Tim Hitchcock, Michelle Moravec, History’s Future in the Age of the Internet, p. 1337
Ian Milligan, How Can We Be Ready to Study History in the Age of Abundance? A Response, p. 1347

Reviews of Oxford’s Very Short Introductions, p. 1350
Featured Reviews, p. 1360
Reviews of Books, p. 1386
Collected Essays, p. 1580
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1583
Digital Resources, p. 584
Communications, p. 1586
Index, p. 1588
Index of topics, p. 597
Index of Advertisers, p. 10(a)

a. 125, 2020, 3

In This Issue, p. XI
Editor’s Note: Racist Violence in the United States, p. XIV
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XVII

Caroline Dodds Pennock, Aztecs Abroad? Uncovering the Early Indigenous Atlantic, p. 787
Hillary Kaell, Renamed: The Living, the Dead, and the Global in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Christianity, p. 815

AHR Forum
Haiti in the Post-Revolutionary Atlantic World

Introduction, p. 840
Julia Gaffield, The Racialization of International Law after the Haitian Revolution: The Holy See and National Sovereignty, p. 841
Mary Dewhurst Lewis, Repairing Damage: The Slave Ship Marcelin and the Haiti Trade in the Age of Abolition, p. 869
Manuel Barcia, From Revolution to Recognition: Haiti’s Place in the Post-1804 Atlantic World, p. 899

History Unclassified
Xenia Cherkaev, St. Xenia and the Gleaners of Leningrad, p. 906

AHR Review Roundtable
Julius S. Scott’s The Common Wind: Afro-American Currents in the Age of the Haitian Revolution

Introduction, p. 915
Laurent Dubois, Going to the Territory, p. 917
Matthew J. Smith, Pursuance: The Movement of The Common Wind, p. 921
Natasha Lightfoot, The Common Wind: A Masterful Study of the Masterless Revolutionary Atlantic, p. 926
Cristina Soriano, Julius Scott’s Masterless Caribbean and the Force of Its Common Wind, p. 931
Brandon R. Byrd, African Americans, Haiti, and the Incessant Common Wind, p. 936
Sasha Turner, In the Shadow of the Wind, p. 941

Featured Reviews, p. 948
Reviews of Books, p. 985
Collected Essays, p. 1129
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1131
Digital Resources, p. 1132
Communications, p. 1134
Index, p. 1136
Index of topics, p. 1143
Index of Advertisers, p. 12(a)

a. 125, 2020, 2

In This Issue, p. XII
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XVI

AHR Roundtable
Chronological Age: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis

Corinne T. Field, Nicholas L. Syrett, Introduction, p. 371
Pat Thane, Old Age in European Cultures: A Significant Presence from Antiquity to the Present, p. 385
Bianca Premo, Meticulous Imprecision: Calculating Age in Colonial Spanish American Law, p. 396
Ishita Pande, Power, Knowledge, and the Epistemic Contract on Age: The Case of Colonial India, p. 407
Corrie Decker, A Feminist Methodology of Age-Grading and History in Africa, p. 418
Sayaka Chatani, A Man at Twenty, Aged at Twenty-Five: The Conscription Exam Age in Japan, p. 427
Corinne T. Field, Nicholas L. Syrett, Age and the Construction of Gendered and Raced Citizenship in the United States, p. 438
Ashwini Tambe, The Moral Hierarchies of Age Standards: The UN Debates a Common Minimum Marriage Age, 1951-1962, p. 451

Rebecca Herman, The Global Politics of Anti-Racism: A View from the Canal Zone, p. 460

History Unclassified
Françoise N. Hamlin, Historians and Ethics: Finding Anne Moody, p. 487
Thomas G. Connors, Raúl Isaí Muñoz, Looking for the North American Invasion in Mexico City, p. 498

AHR Exchange
Historians and Native American and Indigenous Studies

Introduction, p. 517
David J. Silverman, Living with the Past: Thoughts on Community Collaboration and Difficult History in Native American and Indigenous Studies, p. 519
Christine M. Delucia, Continuing the Intervention: Past, Present, and Future Pathways for Native Studies and Early American History, p. 528
Alyssa Mt. Pleasant, Contexts for Critique: Revisiting Representations of Violence in Our Beloved Kin, p. 533
Philip J. Deloria, Cold Business and the Hot Take, p. 537
Jean M. O’brien, What Does Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) Do?, p. 542
David J. Silverman, Historians and Native American and Indigenous Studies: A Reply, p. 546

AHR Review Roundtable
Adel Manna’s Nakba and Survival: The Story of the Palestinians Who Remained in Haifa and the Galilee, 1948-1956

Introduction, p. 552
Orit Bashkin, Solidarity in the Galilee, p. 554
Maha Nassar, Agency and Trauma in the Palestinian Struggle to Remain, p. 559
Leena Dallasheh, Surviving the Nakba: On Palestinians’ Political Possibilities and Limitations in 1948, p. 564
Ahmad H. Sa?Di, After the Catastrophe: A Reading of Manna’s Nakba and Survival, p. 571

Digital History Reviews, p. 579
Featured Reviews, p. 590
Reviews of Books, p. 613
Collected Essays, p. 762
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 765
Digital Resources, p. 766
Communications, p. 768
Index, p. 775
Index of topics, p. 783
Index of Advertisers, p. 12(a)

a. 125, 2020, 1

In This Issue, p. XI
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XV

AHA Presidential Address
J. R. Mcneill, Peak Document and the Future of History, p. 1

Sebastian Conrad, Greek in Their Own Way: Writing India and Japan into the World History of Architecture at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, p. 19
Emily Wakild, Saving the Vicuña: The Political, Biophysical, and Cultural History of Wild Animal Conservation in Peru, 1964-2000, p. 54
Ana Raquel Minian, Offshoring Migration Control: Guatemalan Transmigrants and the Construction of Mexico as a Buffer Zone, p. 89

History Unclassified
Argyro Nicolaou, Archive Fever: Literature, Illegibility, and Historical Method, p. 112
Emily Callaci, On Acknowledgments, p. 126

AHR Reappraisal
Political Theology and the Metamorphoses of The King’s Two Bodies

Brett Edward Whalen, The King’s Two Bodies: A Study in Mediaeval Political Theology, by Ernst H. Kantorowicz, p. 132

Reviews of Role-Playing Classroom Games: Reacting to the Past, p. 146
Graphic History Reviews, p. 160
Featured Reviews, p. 176
Reviews of Books, p. 195
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 353
Digital Resources, p. 354
Communications, p. 356
Index, p. 358
Index of topics, p. 367

a. 124, 2019, 4

In This Issue, p. X
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XIV

Ellen Boucher, Anticipating Armageddon: Nuclear Risk and the Neoliberal Sensibility in Thatcher’s Britain, p. 1221

AHR Roundtable
Unsettling Domesticities: New Histories of Home in Global Contexts

Annelise Heinz, Elizabeth Lacouture, Introduction, p. 1246
Kathryn Kish Sklar, Reconsidering Domesticity through the Lens of Empire and Settler Society in North America, p. 1249
Julie Hardwick, Fractured Domesticity in the Old Regime: Families and Global Goods in Eighteenth-Century France, p. 1267
Elizabeth Lacouture, Translating Domesticity in Chinese History and Historiography, p. 1278
Victoria Haskins, Domesticating Colonizers: Domesticity, Indigenous Domestic Labor, and the Modern Settler Colonial Nation, p. 1290
Abigail Mcgowan, The Materials of Home: Studying Domesticity in Late Colonial India, p. 1302
Annelise Heinz, “Maid’s Day Off”: Leisured Domesticity in the Mid-Twentieth-Century United States, p. 1316
Antoinette Burton, Toward Unsettling Histories of Domesticity, p. 1332

AHR Reappraisal
Metahistory and the Resistance to Theory

Carolyn J. Dean, Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe, Hayden White, p. 1337

History Unclassified
Charles Francis, Freedom Summer “Homos”: An Archive Story, p. 1351
Harry Bernas, The Trail from Fukushima, p. 1364

Reviews of HBO’s Chernobyl, p. 1373
Bedford Series Reviews, p. 1381
Featured Reviews, p. 1393
Reviews of Books, p. 1423
Collected Essays, p. 1567
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1573
Digital Resources, p. 1574
Communications, p. 1576
Index, p. 1579
Index of topics, p. 1587
Index of Advertisers, p. 12(a)

a. 124, 2019, 3

In This Issue, p. XII
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XV

Heidi J. S. Tworek, Communicable Disease: Information, Health, and Globalization in the Interwar Period, p. 813
David Motadel, The Global Authoritarian Moment and the Revolt against Empire, p. 843
Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Colonial Coups and the War on Popular Sovereignty, p. 878

Why Ruling Classes Fail
Introduction, p. 910
Jonathan Dewald, Rethinking the 1 Percent: The Failure of the Nobility in Old Regime France, p. 911
Nicolas Tackett, Violence and the 1 Percent: The Fall of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy in Comparison to the Fall of the French Nobility, p. 933
Timothy Tackett, The Nobility and the Long-Term Origins of the French Revolution, p. 938
Gail Bossenga, The Nobility’s Demise: Institutions, Status, and the Role of the State, p. 942
Jonathan Dewald, Rethinking the 1 Percent: A Response, p. 950

Re-creating the “Bisbee Deportation” on Film
Benjamin H. Johnson, Introduction, p. 955
Rebecca Orozco, Reliving Hard History, p. 959
Elliott Young, Haunted by Trauma, p. 963
Kenyon Zimmer, Specters of Bisbee ’17: Deportees and Outside Agitators, p. 967
Desirée J. Garcia, Bisbee ’17: Performance through History, p. 972
Katherine Benton-Cohen, Advising Bisbee ’17, p. 976

Thomas Meaney, Frantz Fanon and the CIA Man, p. 983
Rachel Gillett, Not Quite Postcolonial Paris: Imperial Voices, a Kiwi Café, and Black Panther, p. 996

Historical Fiction Reviews, p. 1006
Featured Reviews, p. 1013
Reviews of Books, p. 1034
Collected Essays, p. 1195

a. 124, 2019, 2

In This Issue, p. XI
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XV

Kathryn Olivarius, Immunity, Capital, and Power in Antebellum New Orleans, p. 425
Kate Davison, Early Modern Social Networks: Antecedents, Opportunities, and Challenges, p. 456
Bathsheba Demuth, The Walrus and the Bureaucrat: Energy, Ecology, and Making the State in the Russian and American Arctic, 1870-1950, p. 483
Udi Greenberg, Catholics, Protestants, and the Violent Birth of European Religious Pluralism, p. 511

Worlds without End.
Camilla townsend, The Aztecs under Spanish Rule: A History of the Indians of the Valley of Mexico, 1519-1810, by Charles Gibson, p. 539

Glenn D. Tiffert, Peering down the Memory Hole: Censorship, Digitization, and the Fragility of Our Knowledge Base, p. 550
Ana Lucia Araujo, The Death of Brazil’s National Museum, p. 569

Review Roundtable, p. 581
Reviews, p. 595
Reviews of Books, p. 616
Collected Essays, p. 790

a. 124, 2019, 1

In This Issue, p. XI
From the Editor’s Desk, p. XIV

Mary Beth Norton, History on the Diagonal, p. 1

Indigenous Agency and Colonial Law
Joshua L. Reid, Introduction, p. 20
Bianca Premo, Yanna Yannakakis, A Court of Sticks and Branches: Indian Jurisdiction in Colonial Mexico and Beyond, p. 28
Miranda Johnson, The Case of the Million-Dollar Duck: A Hunter, His Treaty, and the Bending of the Settler Contract, p. 56

Jessica Hanser, From Cross-Cultural Credit to Colonial Debt: British Expansion in Madras and Canton, 1750-1800, p. 87
Julie Macarthur, Decolonizing Sovereignty: States of Exception along the Kenya-Somali Frontier, p. 108

The Problem of Abolition in the Age of Capitalism Manisha Sinha, The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1770-1823, by David Brion Davis, p. 144

Review Essay, p. 164
Film Reviews, p. 172
Featured Reviews, p. 181
Reviews of Books, p. 202
Collected Essays, p. 401

a. 123, 2018, 5

Editor’s Desk, Making It Up, p. XV

Andrew Denning, “Life Is Movement, Movement Is Life!” Mobility Politics and the Circulatory State in Nazi Germany, p. 1479
Abosede George, Clive Glaser, Margaret D. Jacobs, Chitra Joshi, Emily Marker, AHR Conversation: Each Generation Writes Its Own History of Generations, p. 1505

Jacqueline Jones, Living the Examined Life in the Antebellum North, and in the Post-World War II United States The Grimké Sisters from South Carolina: Pioneers for Women’s Rights and Abolition, by Gerda Lerner, p. 1547

Review Essays, p. 1560

a. 123, 2018, 4

From the Editor’s Desk, p. XVI

David Minto, Perversion by Penumbras: Wolfenden, Griswold, and the Transatlantic Trajectory of Sexual Privacy, p. 1093

Jonathan Judaken, Introduction, p. 1122
David Feldman, Toward a History of the Term “Anti-Semitism”, p. 1139
Scott Ury, Strange Bedfellows? Anti-Semitism, Zionism, and the Fate of “the Jews”, p. 1151
Daniel J. Schroeter, “Islamic Anti-Semitism” in Historical Discourse, p. 1172
Ethan B. Katz, An Imperial Entanglement: Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and Colonialism, p. 1190
Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, Gender and the Politics of Anti-Semitism, p. 1210
Maurice Samuels, Literature and the Study of Anti-Semitism, p. 1223
Bryan Cheyette, Postcolonialism and the Study of Anti-Semitism, p. 1234

Mathew Kuefler, Homoeroticism in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Acts, Identities, Cultures Christianity, Social tolerance, and Homosexuality: Gay People in Western Europe from the Beginning of the Christian Era to the Fourteenth Century, by John Boswell, p. 1246

a. 123, 2018, 3

From the Editor’s Desk: All Apologies, p. XIV

What Form Can History Take today? New Voices in the AHR, p. XVIII
Taymiya R. Zaman, Cities, Time, and the Backward Glance, p. 699

Introduction, p. 706
Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, The U.S. 1968: Third-Worldism, Feminisms, and Liberalism, p. 710
Donna Murch, Black Liberation and 1968, p. 717
Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Did China Have a 1968?, p. 722
Jean Allman, The Fate of All of Us: African Counterrevolutions and the Ends of 1968, p. 728
Yoav Di-Capua, The Slow Revolution: May 1968 in the Arab World, p. 733
Deborah Cohen, Lessie Frazier, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”: Mexico ’68 and the Winter of Revolutionary Discontent, p. 739
Chris Reynolds, Beneath the Troubles, the Cobblestones: Recovering the “Buried” Memory of Northern Ireland’s 1968, p. 744
Quinn Slobodian, Germany’s 1968 and Its Enemies, p. 749
Maud Anne Bracke, “Women’s 1968 Is Not Yet Over”: The Capture of Speech and the Gendering of 1968 in Europe, p. 753
Nico Pizzolato, Tactics of Refusal: Idioms of Protest and Political Subjectivities in Italy’s “1968 Years”, p. 758
Jirí Suk, The Utopian Rationalism of the Prague Spring of 1968, p. 764
Marcin Zaremba, 1968 in Poland: The Rebellion on the Other Side of the Looking Glass, p. 769
Bryan D. Palmer, Canada’s “1968” and Historical Sensibilities, p. 773

Camilla townsend, Introduction: Breaking the Law of the Preservation of Energy of Historians, p. 779
Rhiannon Stephens, Bereft, Selfish, and Hungry: Greater Luhyia Concepts of the Poor in Precolonial East Africa, p. 789
James Pickett, Written into Submission: Reassessing Sovereignty through a Forgotten Eurasian Dynasty, p. 817
Nile Green, The Waves of Heterotopia: toward a Vernacular Intellectual History of the Indian Ocean, p. 846

Pekka Hämäläinen, Crooked Lines of Relevance: Europe and the People without History, by Eric R. Wolf, p. 875

a. 123, 2018, 2

From the Editor’s Desk: The Perils of Peer Review, p. XIV

Paul A. Kramer, The Geopolitics of Mobility: Immigration Policy and American Global Power in the Long Twentieth Century, p. 393
Andre Schmid, Historicizing North Korea: State Socialism, Population Mobility, and Cold War Historiography, p. 439

Kaya Sahin, Staging an Empire: An Ottoman Circumcision Ceremony as Cultural Performance, p. 463
Matthew Hilton, Charity and the End of Empire: British Non-Governmental Organizations, Africa, and International Development in the 1960s, p. 493

Max Bergholz, Thinking the Nation: Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, by Benedict Anderson, p. 518

a. 123, 2018, 1

Tyler Stovall, White Freedom and the Lady of Liberty, p. 1

Introduction, p. 28
Joanne M. Ferraro, Making a Living: The Sex Trade in Early Modern Venice, p. 30
Emma Griffin, The Emotions of Motherhood: Love, Culture, and Poverty in Victorian Britain, p. 60
Rebecca Jinks, “Marks Hard to Erase”: The Troubled Reclamation of “Absorbed” Armenian Women, 1919-1927, p. 86
Jocelyn Olcott, Public in a Domestic Sense: Sex Work, Nation-Building, and Class Identification in Modern Europe, p. 124

Kellen Funk, Lincoln A. Mullen, The Spine of American Law: Digital Text Analysis and U.S. Legal Practice, p. 132

R. I. Moore, John H. Arnold, Persecution and Power in Medieval Europe: The Formation of a Persecuting Society, p. 165

a. 122, 2017, 5

Introduction, p. 1401
Glenda Sluga, “Who Hold the Balance of the World?” Bankers at the Congress of Vienna, and in International History, p. 1403
Vanessa Ogle, Archipelago Capitalism: Tax Havens, Offshore Money, and the State, 1950s-1970s, p. 1431
Lila Corwin Berman, How Americans Give: The Financialization of American Jewish Philanthropy, p. 1459
Jonathan Levy, Appreciating Assets: New Directions in the History of Political Economy , p. 1490

Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Tamar Herzog, Daniel Jütte, Carl Nightingale, William Rankin, AHR Conversation: Walls, Borders, and Boundaries in World History, p. 1501

a. 122, 2017, 4

Macabe Keliher, The Problem of Imperial Relatives in Early Modern Empires and the Making of Qing China, p. 1001
Holly Brewer, Slavery, Sovereignty, and “Inheritable Blood”: Reconsidering John Locke and the Origins of American Slavery, p. 1038
Henry M. Cowles, On the Origin of Theories: Charles Darwin’s Vocabulary of Method, p. 1079
John Deak, Jonathan E. Gumz, How to Break a State: The Habsburg Monarchy’s Internal War, 1914-1918, p. 1105
Sven Beckert, American Danger: United States Empire, Eurafrica, and the Territorialization of Industrial Capitalism, 1870-1950, p. 1137

Peter Dear, Jessica Riskin. The Restless Clock: A History of the Centuries-Long Argument over What Makes Living Things Tick, p. 1171
Sebastian Conrad, Wolfgang Behringer. Tambora und das Jahr ohne Sommer: Wie ein Vulkan die Welt in die Krise stürzte, p. 1173
Elaine Carey, Katherine Unterman. Uncle Sam’s Policemen: The Pursuit of Fugitives across Borders, p. 1175

a. 122, 2017, 3

Anne Eller, Rumors of Slavery: Defending Emancipation in a Hostile Caribbean, p. 653
Henrietta Harrison, The Qianlong Emperor’s Letter to George III and the Early-Twentieth-Century Origins of Ideas about Traditional China’s Foreign Relations, p. 680
Tara Zahra, “Condemned to Rootlessness and Unable to Budge”: Roma, Migration Panics, and Internment in the Habsburg Empire, p. 702
Jennifer Luff, Covert and Overt Operations: Interwar Political Policing in the United States and the United Kingdom, p. 727
Aurélie Élisa Gfeller, The Authenticity of Heritage: Global Norm-Making at the Crossroads of Cultures, p. 758

a. 122, 2017, 2

Marc A. Hertzman, Fatal Differences: Suicide, Race, and Forced Labor in the Americas, p. 317
John M. Willis, Governing the Living and the Dead: Mecca and the Emergence of the Saudi Biopolitical State, p. 346
Sayaka Chatani, Between “Rural Youth” and Empire: Social and Emotional Dynamics of Youth Mobilization in the Countryside of Colonial Taiwan under Japan’s total War, p. 371

Introduction, p. 399
Dan Edelstein, Paula Findlen, Giovanna Ceserani, Caroline Winterer, Nicole Coleman, Historical Research in a Digital Age: Reflections from the Mapping the Republic of Letters Project, p. 400
Giovanna Ceserani, Giorgio Caviglia, Nicole Coleman, Thea De Armond, Sarah Murray, British Travelers in Eighteenth-Century Italy: The Grand tour and the Profession of Architecture, p. 425
Jason M. Kelly, Reading the Grand tour at a Distance: Archives and Datasets in Digital History, p. 451

a. 122, 2017, 1

Patrick Manning, Inequality: Historical and Disciplinary Approaches, p. 1

Andrew Apter, History in the Dungeon: Atlantic Slavery and the Spirit of Capitalism in Cape Coast Castle, Ghana, p. 23
Noam Maggor, To Coddle and Caress These Great Capitalists: Eastern Money, Frontier Populism, and the Politics of Market-Making in the American West, p. 55
Albert Monshan Wu, The Quest for an “Indigenous Church”: German Missionaries, Chinese Christians, and the Indigenization Debates of the 1920s, p. 85

Eileen Scully, Thematic Digital History Archives and Their Wicked Problems: China, America and the Pacific, p. 115

David Andress, RENAUD MORIEUX. The Channel: England, France, and the Construction of a Maritime Border in the Eighteenth Century, p. 123

a. 121, 2016, 5

Marc Matera, Introduction: Metropolitan Cultures of Empire and the Long Moment of Decolonization, p. 1435
Michael Goebel, “The Capital of the Men without a Country”: Migrants and Anticolonialism in Interwar Paris, p. 1444
Jonathan Saha, Murder at London Zoo: Late Colonial Sympathy in Interwar Britain, p. 1468
Claire Wintle, Decolonizing the Smithsonian: Museums as Microcosms of Political Encounter, p. 1492

Introduction, p. 1521
Clare Anderson, Empire and Exile: Reflections on the Ibis Trilogy, p. 1523
Gaurav Desai, The Novelist as Linkister, p. 1531
Mark R. Frost, Amitav Ghosh and the Art of Thick Description: History in the Ibis Trilogy, p. 1537
Pedro Machado, Views from Other Boats: On Amitav Ghosh’s Indian Ocean “Worlds”, p. 1545
Amitav Ghosh, Storytelling and the Spectrum of the Past, p. 1552

Manu Goswami, Gabrielle Hecht, Adeeb Khalid, Anna Krylova, Elizabeth F. Thompson, Jonathan R. Zatlin, Andrew Zimmerman, (Participants) AHR Conversation: History after the End of History: Reconceptualizing the Twentieth Century, p. 1567

Featured Reviews, p. 1608
Reviews of Books, p. 1630
Collected Essays, p. 1792

a. 121, 2016, 4

Padraic X. Scanlan, The Colonial Rebirth of British Anti-Slavery: The Liberated African Villages of Sierra Leone, 1815-1824, p. 1085
Daegan Miller, Reading Tree in Nature’s Nation: toward a Field Guide to Sylvan Literacy in the Nineteenth-Century United States, p. 1114
Stephen W. Sawyer, A Fiscal Revolution: Statecraft in France’s Early Third Republic, p. 1141
Laurie Marhoefer, Lesbianism, Transvestitism, and the Nazi State: A Microhistory of a Gestapo Investigation, 1939-1943, p. 1167
Tehila Sasson, Milking the Third World? Humanitarianism, Capitalism, and the Moral Economy of the Nestlé Boycott, p. 1196

Featured Reviews, p. 1225
Reviews of Books, p. 1247
Collected Essays, p. 1401

a. 121, 2016, 3

In This Issue, p. XI
In Back Issues, p. XIV

Erin Kathleen Rowe, After Death, Her Face Turned White: Blackness, Whiteness, and Sanctity in the Early Modern Hispanic World, p. 727
Melissa Macauley, Entangled States: The Translocal Repercussions of Rural Pacification in China, 1869-1873, p. 755
Emily J. Levine, Baltimore Teaches, Göttingen Learns: Cooperation, Competition, and the Research University, p. 780
Catherine E. Clark, Capturing the Moment, Picturing History: Photographs of the Liberation of Paris, p. 824

Review Essay, p. 861

a. 121, 2016, 2

In This Issue, p. XII
In Back Issues, p. XVI

Lara Putnam, The Transnational and the Text-Searchable: Digitized Sources and the Shadows They Cast, p. 377
John E. Crowley, Sugar Machines: Picturing Industrialized Slavery, p. 403
Amy Stanley, Maidservants’ Tales: Narrating Domestic and Global History in Eurasia, 1600-1900, p. 437
Cè Line Carayon, “The Gesture Speech of Mankind”: Old and New Entanglements in the Histories of American Indian and European Sign Languages, p. 461
Annemarie Sammartino, Mass Housing, Late Modernism, and the Forging of Community in New York City and East Berlin, 1965-1989, p. 492

Featured Reviews, p. 529

a. 121, 2016, 1

In This Issue, p. XI
In Back Issues, p. XV

Vicki L. Ruiz, Class Acts: Latina Feminist Traditions, 1900-1930, p. 1

Adam Clulow, The Art of Claiming: Possession and Resistance in Early Modern Asia, p. 17
Marjoleine Kars, Dodging Rebellion: Politics and Gender in the Berbice Slave Uprising of 1763, p. 39
Philipp Nicolas Lehmann, Infinite Power to Change the World: Hydroelectricity and Engineered Climate Change in the Atlantropa Project, p. 70

Review Essay, p. 101
AHR Exchange: Reviewing Digital History, p. 140

a. 120, 2015, 5

In This Issue, p. XIV
In Back Issues, p. XX

Ernest A. Zitser, And Robert Collis On the Cusp: Astrology, Politics, and Life-Writing in Early Imperial Russia, p. 1619
Arieh Bruce Saposnik, Wailing Walls and Iron Walls: The Western Wall as Sacred Symbol in Zionist National Iconography, p. 1653


Introduction, p. 1682
Josiah Osgood, Ending Civil War at Rome: Rhetoric and Reality, 88 B.C.E.-197 C.E., p. 1683
Allan A. Tulchin, Ending the French Wars of Religion, p. 1696
Matthew Neufeld, From Peacemaking to Peacebuilding: The Multiple Endings of England’s Long Civil Wars, p. 1709
Tobie Meyer-Fong, Where the War Ended: Violence, Community, and Commemoration in China’s Nineteenth-Century Civil War, p. 1724
Ussama Makdisi, Diminished Sovereignty and the Impossibility of “Civil War” in the Modern Middle East, p. 1739
William A. Blair, Finding the Ending of America’s Civil War, p. 1753
Sandie Holguín, How Did the Spanish Civil War End? . . . Not So Well, p. 1767
Joaquín M. Chávez, How Did the Civil War in El Salvador End?, p. 1784
William Reno, Lost in Transitions: Civil War Termination in Sub-Saharan Africa, p. 1798
Abdulkader Sinno, Partisan Intervention and the Transformation of Afghanistan’s Civil War, p. 1811
David Armitage, Civil Wars, from Beginning … to End?, p. 1829

Featured Reviews, p. 1838
Reviews of Books, p. 1851

a. 120, 2015, 4

In This Issue, p. XIV
In Back Issues, p. XX

Michael Wintroub, Translations Words, Things, Going Native, and Staying True, p. 1185

Elizabeth Kolsky, The Colonial Rule of Law and the Legal Regime of Exception: Frontier “Fanaticism” and State Violence in British India, p. 1218

Robert A. Schneider, Introduction, p. 1247

Keith Breckenridge, Hopeless Entanglement: The Short History of the Academic Humanities in South Africa, p. 1253
Hsiung Ping-Chen, The Evolution of Chinese Humanities, p. 1267
Oleg Kharkhordin, From Priests to Pathfinders: The Fate of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Russia after World War II, p. 1283
Peter Mandler, The Humanities in British Universities since 1945, p. 1299
Michael Meranze, Humanities out of Joint, p. 1311
Erika Pani, Soft Science: The Humanities in Mexico, p. 1327
Abdulrazzak Patel, The Trajectory of Arab Islamic Humanism: The Dehumanization of a Tradition, p. 1343,
Sanjay Seth, Higher Education in the Indian Social Imaginary, p. 1354


Featured Reviews, p. 1424
Reviews of Books, p. 1442

a. 120, 2015, 3

In This Issue, p. XV
In Back Issues, p. XX

Greg Anderson, Retrieving the Lost Worlds of the Past: The Case for an Ontological Turn, p. 787
Jason T. Sharples, Discovering Slave Conspiracies: New Fears of Rebellion and Old Paradigms of Plotting in Seventeenth-Century Barbados, p. 811

Farina Mir, Introduction, p. 844
Caroline Elkins, Looking beyond Mau Mau: Archiving Violence in the Era of Decolonization, p. 852
Todd Shepard, “Of Sovereignty”: Disputed Archives, “Wholly Modern” Archives, and the Post-Decolonization French and Algerian Republics, 1962-2012, p. 869
Jordanna Bailkin, Where Did the Empire Go? Archives and Decolonization in Britain, p. 884
Sarah Abrevaya Stein, Black Holes, Dark Matter, and Buried Troves: Decolonization and the Multi-Sited Archives of Algerian Jewish History, p. 900
Omnia El Shakry, “History without Documents”: The Vexed Archives of Decolonization in the Middle East, p. 920
H. Reuben Neptune, The Irony of Un-American Historiography: Daniel J. Boorstin and the Rediscovery of a U.S. Archive of Decolonization, p. 935

Featured Reviews, p. 951
Reviews of Books, p. 963
Collected Essays, p. 1159
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1165
Other Books Received, p. 1166
Communications, p. 1172
Index, p. 1173

a. 120, 2015, 2

In This Issue, p. XIV
In Back Issues, p. XVII

Tom Johnson, Medieval Law and Materiality: Shipwrecks, Finders, and Property on the Suffolk Coast, ca. 1380-1410, p. 407
Alex Borucki, David Eltis, David Wheat, Atlantic History and the Slave Trade to Spanish America, p. 433
Eric D. Weitz, Self-Determination: How a German Enlightenment Idea Became the Slogan of National Liberation and a Human Right, p. 462
Anne E. Gorsuch, “Cuba, My Love”: The Romance of Revolutionary Cuba in the Soviet Sixties, p. 497

Introduction, p. 527
Deborah Cohen, Peter Mandler, The History Manifesto: A Critique, p. 530
David Armitage, Jo Guldi, The History Manifesto: A Reply to Deborah Cohen and Peter Mandler, p. 543

Featured Reviews, p. 555
Reviews of Books, p. 567
Collected Essays, p. 762
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 768
Other Books Received, p. 769
Communications, p. 775
Index, p. 776

a. 120, 2015, 1

In This Issue, p. XV
In Back Issues, p. XVIII

Jan E. Goldstein, Toward an Empirical History of Moral Thinking: The Case of Racial Theory in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France, p. 1

Marcy Norton, The Chicken or the Iegue: Human-Animal Relationships and the Columbian Exchange, p. 28
Sophus A. Reinert, The Way to Wealth around the World: Benjamin Franklin and the Globalization of American Capitalism, p. 61
Benjamin Madley, Reexamining the American Genocide Debate: Meaning, Historiography, and New Methods, p. 98
Marc David Baer, Muslim Encounters with Nazism and the Holocaust: The Ahmadi of Berlin and German-Jewish Convert to Islam Hugo Marcus, p. 140

Featured Reviews, p. 172
Reviews of Books, p. 187
Collected Essays, p. 379
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 386
Other Books Received, p. 388
Communications, p. 393
Index, p. 395

a. 119, 2014, 5

In This Issue, p. XV
In Back Issues, p. XX

Rachel Sturman, Indian Indentured Labor and the History of International Rights Regimes, p. 1439
Christopher White, Seeing Things: Science, the Fourth Dimension, and Modern Enchantment, p. 1466

Introduction, p. 1429
John L. Brooke, Clark Spencer Larsen, The Nurture of Nature: Genetics, Epigenetics, and Environment in Human Biohistory, p. 1500
Edmund Russell, Coevolutionary History, p. 1514
Randolph Roth, Emotions, Facultative Adaptation, and the History of Homicide, p. 1529
Kyle Harper, The Sentimental Family: A Biohistorical Perspective, p. 1547
Walter Scheidel, Evolutionary Psychology and the Historian, p. 1563
Lynn Hunt, The Self and Its History, p. 1576
Julia Adeney Thomas, History and Biology in the Anthropocene: Problems of Scale, Problems of Value, p. 1587
Norman Macleod, Historical Inquiry as a Distributed, Nomothetic, Evolutionary Discipline, p. 1608
Michael D. Gordin, Evidence and the Instability of Biology, p. 1621

Featured Reviews, p. 1630
Reviews of Books, p. 1831
Collected Essays, p. 1836
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1838
Other Books Received, p. 1846
Communications, p. 1846
Index, p. 1847

a. 119, 2014, 4

In This Issue, p. XV
In Back Issues, p. XX

Emma Rothschild, Isolation and Economic Life in Eighteenth-Century France, p. 1055
Kirsten E. Wood, “Join with Heart and Soul and Voice”: Music, Harmony, and Politics in the Early American Republic, p. 1083

Louise Young, Introduction: Japan’s New International History, p. 1117
Sho Konishi, The Emergence of an International Humanitarian Organization in Japan: The tokugawa Origins of the Japanese Red Cross, p. 1129
Frederick R. Dickinson, Toward a Global Perspective of the Great War: Japan and the Foundations of a Twentieth-Century World, p. 1184
Ethan Mark, The Perils of Co-Prosperity: Takeda Rintaro, Occupied Southeast Asia, and the Seductions of Postcolonial Empire, p. 1207

Featured Reviews, p. 1209
Reviews of Books, p. 1221
Collected Essays, p. 1406
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1413
Other Books Received, p. 1415
Communications, p. 1426
Index, p. 1429

a. 119, 2014, 3

In This Issue, p. XV
In Back Issues, p. XX

Colin Jones, The Overthrow of Maximilien Robespierre and the “Indifference” of the People, p. 689
William G. Rosenberg, Reading Soldiers’ Moods: Russian Military Censorship and the Configuration of Feeling in World War I, p. 714

Nicolas Barreyre, Michael Heale, Stephen Tuck, Irmina Wawrzyczek, Introduction, p. 741
Susan-Mary Grant, Michael Heale, Halina Parafianowicz, Maurizio Vaudagna, Characteristics and Contours: Mapping American History in Europe, p. 749
Nicolas Barreyre, Max Edling, Simon Middleton, Sandra Scanlon, Irmina Wawrzyczek, “Brokering” or “Going Native”: Professional Structures and Intellectual Trajectories for European Historians of the United States, p. 760
Trevor Burnard, Jörg Nagler, Simon Newman, and Dragan ?ivojinovic, Teaching in Europe and Researching in the United States, p. 771
Mario Del Pero, Tibor Frank, Martin Klimke, Helle Porsdam, Stephen Tuck, American History and European Identity, p. 780
Susanna Delfino, Marcus Gräser, Hans Krabbendam, Vincent Michelot, Europeans Writing American History: The Comparative Trope, p. 791
Manfred Berg, Paul Schor, Isabel Soto, The Weight of Words: Writing about Race in the United States and Europe, p. 800
Nancy L. Green, Location, Location, Location: We Are Where We Write?, p. 809
Sven Beckert, The Travails of Doing History from Abroad, p. 817

Featured Reviews, p. 824
Reviews of Books, p. 840
Collected Essays, p. 1029
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1034
Other Books Received, p. 1036
Communications, p. 1043
Index, p. 1044

a. 119, 2014, 2

In This Issue, p. XIV
In Back Issues, p. XVII

Jan Rüger, Sovereignty and Empire in the North Sea, 1807-1918, p. 313
Shellen Wu, The Search for Coal in the Age of Empires: Ferdinand von Richthofen’s Odyssey in China, 1860-1920, p. 339
Julia Phillips Cohen, Oriental Design: Ottoman Jews, Imperial Style, and the Performance of Heritage, p. 364
Gavin D. Brockett, When Ottomans Become Turks: Commemorating the Conquest of Constantinople and Its Contribution to World History, p. 399
Minayo Nasiali, Citizens, Squatters, and Asocials: The Right to Housing and the Politics of Difference in Post-Liberation France, p. 434

Featured Reviews, p. 460
Reviews of Books, p. 474
Collected Essays, p. 660
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 664
Other Books Received, p. 667
Communications, p. 676
Index, p. 678

a. 119, 2014, 1

In This Issue, p. XIII
In Back Issues, p. XVI

Presidential Address
Kenneth Pomeranz, Histories for a Less National Age, p. 1

Peter Guardino, Gender, Soldiering, and Citizenship in the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848, p. 23
Michelle Tusan, “Crimes against Humanity”: Human Rights, the British Empire, and the Origins of the Response to the Armenian Genocide, p. 47
Carina E. Ray, Decrying White Peril: Interracial Sex and the Rise of Anticolonial Nationalism in the Gold Coast, p. 78
Brooke L. Blower, New York City’s Spanish Shipping Agents and the Practice of State Power in the Atlantic Borderlands of World War II, p. 111

Featured Reviews, p. 142
Reviews of Books, p. 153
Collected Essays, p. 290
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 293
Other Books Received, p. 295
Communications, p. 300
Index, p. 304

a. 118, 2013, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII

Owen Stanwood, Between Eden and Empire: Huguenot Refugees and the Promise of New Worlds, p. 1319
Michel Gobat, The Invention of Latin America: A Transnational History of Anti-Imperialism, Democracy, and Race, p. 1345
Vanessa Ogle, Whose Time Is It? The Pluralization of Time and the Global Condition, 1870s-1940s, p. 1376
Daniel Magaziner, Two Stories about Art, Education, and Beauty in Twentieth-Century South Africa, p. 1403

AHR Conversation: How Size Matters: The Question of Scale in History Participants: Sebouh David Aslanian, Joyce E. Chaplin, Ann Mcgrath, and Kristin Mann, p. 1431

Featured Reviews, p. 1473

a. 118, 2013, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII
In Back Issues, p. XVI

Sarah M. S. Pearsall, “Having Many Wives” in Two American Rebellions: The Politics of Households and the Radically Conservative, p. 1001
Alison K. Smith, Freed Serfs without Free People: Manumission in Imperial Russia, p. 1029
Michael Pettit, Becoming Glandular: Endocrinology, Mass Culture, and Experimental Lives in the Interwar Age, p. 1052
Laura Fair, Drive-In Socialism: Debating Modernities and Development in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, p. 1077
Talbot C. Imlay, International Socialism and Decolonization during the 1950s: Competing Rights and the Postcolonial Order, p. 1105

Featured Reviews, p. 1133

a. 118, 2013, 3

Christopher Hilliard, “Is It a Book That You Would Even Wish Your Wife or Your Servants to Read?” Obscenity Law and the Politics of Reading in Modern England, p. 653
Max Bergholz, Sudden Nationhood: The Microdynamics of Intercommunal Relations in Bosnia-Herzegovina after World War II, p. 679

Introduction, p. 708
Daniel Lord Smail, Andrew Shryock, History and the “Pre”, p. 709
James F. Brooks, Women, Men, and Cycles of Evangelism in the Southwest Borderlands, A.D. 750 to 1750, p. 738 Rosalind O’Hanlon, Contested Conjunctures: Brahman Communities and “Early Modernity” in India, p. 765
Akinwumi Ogundiran, The End of Prehistory? An Africanist Comment, p. 788

Featured Reviews, p. 802
Reviews of Books, p. 814
Collected Essays, p. 979
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 982
Other Books Received, p. 984
Communications, p. 990
Index, p. 991
Index of Advertisers, p. 24(a)

a. 118, 2013, 2

Alan Mikhail, Unleashing the Beast: Animals, Energy, and the Economy of Labor in Ottoman Egypt, p. 317
Ryan Tucker Jones, Running into Whales: The History of the North Pacific from below the Waves, p. 349
Daniel Jütte, Interfaith Encounters between Jews and Christians in the Early Modern Period and Beyond: toward a Framework, p. 378
Nile Green, Spacetime and the Muslim Journey West: Industrial Communications in the Making of the “Muslim World”, p. 401
Jennifer V. Evans, Seeing Subjectivity: Erotic Photography and the Optics of Desire, p. 430

Featured Reviews, p. 463
Reviews of Books, p. 473
Collected Essays, p. 627
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 630
Other Books Received, p. 632
Communications, p. 642
Index, p. 644
Index of Advertisers, p. 28(a)

a. 118, 2013, 1

William Cronon, Storytelling, p. 1

Yumi Moon, Immoral Rights: Korean Populist Collaborators and the Japanese Colonization of Korea, 1904-1910, p. 20

Introduction, p. 45
Nancy F. Cott, Revisiting the Transatlantic 1920s: Vincent Sheean vs. Malcolm Cowley, p. 46
Stephen Tuck, Malcolm X’s Visit to Oxford University: U.S. Civil Rights, Black Britain, and the Special Relationship on Race, p. 76
Jean Allman, Phantoms of the Archive: Kwame Nkrumah, a Nazi Pilot Named Hanna, and the Contingencies of Postcolonial History-Writing, p. 104
Matthew Pratt Guterl, Comment: The Futures of Transnational History, p. 130

Featured Reviews, p. 140
Reviews of Books, p. 147
Collected Essays, p. 299
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 301
Other Books Received, p. 3039
Communications, p. 307
Index, p. 308
Index of Advertisers, p. 14(a)

a. 117, 2012, 5

David C. Engerman, Introduction: Histories of the Future and the Futures of History, p. 1402
Jenny Andersson, The Great Future Debate and the Struggle for the World, p. 1411
Matthew Connelly, Matt Fay, Giulia Ferrini, Micki Kaufman, Will Leonard, Harrison Monsky, Ryan Musto, Taunton Paine, Nicholas Standish, Lydia Walker, “General, I Have Fought Just as Many Nuclear Wars as You Have”: Forecasts, Future Scenarios, and the Politics of Armageddon, p. 1431
Manu Goswami, Imaginary Futures and Colonial Internationalisms, p. 1461

Participants: Nicole Eustace, Eugenia Lean, Julie Livingston, Jan Plamper, William M. Reddy, Barbara H. Rosenwein, p. 1487

Featured Reviews, p. 1532
Reviews of Books, p. 1543
Collected Essays, p. 1708
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1711
Other Books Received, p. 1713
Communications, p. 1720
Index, p. 1721
Index of Advertisers, p. 30(a)

a. 117, 2012, 4

Sebastian Conrad, Enlightenment in Global History: A Historiographical Critique, p. 999
Edward D. Melillo, The First Green Revolution: Debt Peonage and the Making of the Nitrogen Fertilizer Trade, 1840-1930, p. 1028
Yoav Di-Capua, Arab Existentialism: An Invisible Chapter in the Intellectual History of Decolonization, p. 1061

Lauren Benton, Introduction, p. 1092
Nandini Chatterjee, Muslim or Christian? Family Quarrels and Religious Diagnosis in a Colonial Court, p. 1101
Sarah C. Chambers, The Paternal Obligation to Provide: Political Familialism in Early-Nineteenth-Century Chile, p. 1123
Alan Mcpherson, The Irony of Legal Pluralism in U.S. Occupations, p. 1149

Featured Reviews, p. 1173
Reviews of Books, p. 1181
Collected Essays, p. 1343
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1346
Other Books Received, p. 1349
Communications, p. 1363
Index, p. 1365
Index of Advertisers, p. 28(a)

a. 117, 2012, 3

Rosenberg, Clifford, The International Politics of Vaccine Testing in Interwar Algiers, p. 671
Historiographic “Turns” in Critical Perspective, p. 698
Surkis, Judith, When Was the Linguistic Turn? A Genealogy, p. 700
Wilder, Gary, From Optic to topic: The Foreclosure Historiographic Turns, p. 723
Cook, James W., The Kids Are All Right: On the “Turning” of Cultural History, p. 746
Ghosh, Durba, Another Set of Imperial Turns?, p. 772
Thomas, Julia Adeney, Comment: Not Yet Far Enough, p. 794
Perl-Rosenthal, Nathan, Comment: Generational Turns, p. 804

a. 117, 2012, 2

Novikoff, Alex J., Toward a Cultural History of Scholastic Disputation, p. 331
Greer, Allan, Commons and Enclosure in the Colonization of North America, p. 365
Frank, Alison, The Children of the Desert and the Laws of the Sea: Austria, Great Britain, the Ottoman Empire, and the Mediterranean Slave Trade in the Nineteenth Century, p. 410
Monroe, John Warne, Surface Tensions: Empire, Parisian Modernism, and “Authenticity” in African Sculpture, 1917-1939, p. 445

a. 117, 2012, 1

Grafton, Anthony, Presidential Address: The Republic of Letters in the American Colonies: Francis Daniel Pastorius Makes a Notebook, p. 1
Ferrer, Ada, Haiti, Free Soil, and Antislavery in the Revolutionary Atlantic, p. 40
AHR Forum Liberal Empire and International Law, p. 67
Grandin, Greg, The Liberal Traditions in the Americas: Rights, Sovereignty, and the Origins of Liberal Multilateralism, p. 68
Pitts, JenniferEmpire and Legal Universalisms in the Eighteenth Century, p. 92
Fitzmaurice, Andrew, AHR Forum: Liberalism and Empire in Nineteenth-Century International Law, p. 122
Pagden, Anthony, AHR Forum: Comment: Empire and Its Anxieties, p. 141

a. 116, 2011, 5

Sebastian R. Prange, A Trade of No Dishonor: Piracy, Commerce, and Community in the Western Indian Ocean, Twelfth to Sixteenth Century, p. 1269
Kathleen Wilson, Rethinking the Colonial State: Family, Gender, and Governmentality in Eighteenth-Century British Frontiers, p. 1294
Daniel V. Botsman, Freedom without Slavery? “Coolies”, Prostitutes, and Outcastes in Meiji Japan’s “Emancipation Moment”, p. 1323
Paul A. Kramer (Review by), Power and Connection: Imperial Histories of the United States in the World, p. 1348

AHR Conversation
Paul N. Edwards, Lisa Gitelman, Gabrielle Hecht, Adrian Johns, Brian Larkin, Neil Safier, Historical Perspectives on the Circulation of Information, p. 1393

Featured Reviews, p. 1436

a. 116, 2011, 4

Victor Lieberman, Charter State Collapse in Southeast Asia, ca. 1250-1400, as a Problem in Regional and World History, p. 937
Joshua Piker, Lying together: The Imperial Implications of Cross-Cultural Untruths, p. 964
Sana Aiyar, Anticolonial Homelands across the Indian Ocean: The Politics of the Indian Diaspora in Kenya, ca. 1930-1950, p. 987
Leila J. Rupp, The Persistence of Transnational Organizing: The Case of the Homophile Movement, p. 1014
Mary Gibson(Review by), Global Perspectives on the Birth of the Prison, p. 1040

Featured Reviews, p. 1064

a. 116, 2011, 3

Brian Bockelman, Between the Gaucho and the Tango: Popular Songs and the Shifting Landscape of Modern Argentine Identity, 1895-1915, p. 577
Benjamin Lazier, Earthrise; or, The Globalization of the World Picture, p. 602

Introduction, p. 631
Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, Modernity: The Sphinx and the Historian, p. 638
Gurminder K. Bhambra, Historical Sociology, Modernity, and Postcolonial Critique, p. 653
Dipesh Chakrabarty, The Muddle of Modernity, p. 663
Carol Gluck, The End of Elsewhere: Writing Modernity Now, p. 676
Mark Roseman, National Socialism and the End of Modernity, p. 688
Dorothy Ross, American Modernities, Past and Present, p. 702
Carol Symes, When We Talk about Modernity, p. 715
Lynn M. Thomas, Modernity’s Failings, Political Claims, and Intermediate Concepts, p. 727
Richard Wolin, “Modernity”: The Peregrinations of a Contested Historiographical Concept, p. 741

Featured Reviews p. 752

a. 116, 2011, 2

Cyrus Schayegh, The Many Worlds of Abud Yasin; or, What Narcotics Trafficking in the Interwar Middle East Can Tell Us about Territorialization, p. 273

Martin Jay, In the Realm of the Senses: An Introduction, p. 307
Sophia Rosenfeld, On Being Heard: A Case for Paying Attention to the Historical Ear, p. 316
Mark S. R. Jenner, Follow Your Nose? Smell, Smelling, and Their Histories, p. 335
Jessica Riskin, The Divine Optician, p. 352
Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson, The Senses of Taste, p. 371
Elizabeth D. Harvey, The Portal of touch, p. 385

Featured Reviews p. 401

a. 116, 2011, 1

Presidential Address
Barbara Metcalf, Islam and Power in Colonial India: The Making and Unmaking of a Muslim Princess, p. 1

Norman Etherington, Barbarians Ancient and Modern, p. 31
Samuel Moyn, The First Historian of Human Rights, p. 58
Sarah Abrevaya Stein, Protected Persons? The Baghdadi Jewish Diaspora, the British State, and the Persistence of Empire, p. 80
Austin Jersild, The Soviet State as Imperial Scavenger: “Catch Up and Surpass” in the Transnational Socialist Bloc, 1950-1960, p. 109

Reviews, p. 133