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ARCHIVES, Volume 35

Volume 35 of The History Teacher, Contents and Index

Volume 35 Contents

 November 2001 (Vol. 35, No. 1)

February 2002 (Vol. 35, No. 2)

May 2002 (Vol. 35, No. 3)

August 2002 (Vol. 35, No. 4)

Volume 35 Index

 Volume 35 (Nov. 2001, February 2002, May 2002, and August 2002)


Table of Contents
NOVEMBER 2001 ISSUE (Vol. 35, No. 1)

GENERAL
What to Teach About Asia: Howard Wilson and the Committee on Asiatic Studies in the 1940s
by Robert Shaffer

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Movies as the Gateway to History: The History and Film Project
by Paul B. Weinstein

"Red, White, and Black" in the Motor City: Teaching the Early American Survey at a Comprehensive Metro Detroit Community College
by Hal M. Friedman

HISTORIOGRAPHY
Forming A Transnational Narrative: New Perspectives on European Migrations to the United States
by David A. Gerber

SPECIAL FEATURE: NATIONAL HISTORY DAY 2001 PRIZE ESSAYS
Introduction

Incubator Baby Shows: A Medical and Social Frontier
by Hannah Lieberman, Senior Division

A Lasting Impression: French Painters Revolutionize the Art World
by Lindsay Snider, Junior Division

REVIEWS
Textbooks, Readers, and References

Beasley, Shulman, and Beasley, eds., The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia
by Jennifer Frost

Kerber and De Hart, eds., Women's America: Refocusing the Past
by Mina Carson

Singleton, The American Dole: Unemployment Relief and the Welfare State in the Great Depression
by Richard D. Starnes

Slaughter, ed., Common Sense and Related Writings
by Douglas R. Egerton

General Books
Axtell, Natives and Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America
by James T. Carroll

Bartov, The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath
by William R. Fernekes

Glassberg, Sense of History: The Place of the Past in American Life
by Daniel P. Kotzin

Hillenbrand, The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives
by Houri Berberian and Leslie Knox

Keyssar, The Right to Vote, The Contested History of Democracy in the United States
by Suzanne C. Borghei

Meredith, A Short History of the Native Americans in the United States
by Roger L. Nichols

Nathan, Anatomy of the Cuban Missile Crises
by Joe P. Dunn

Percoco, Divided We Stand, Teaching About Conflict in U.S. History
by James F. Adomanis

Schrijvers, The Crash of Ruin: American Combat Soldiers in Europe during World War II
by Brian A. McKenzie

Schwartz, Born in Bondage: Growing Up Enslaved in the Antebellum South
by Paul Horton

Sherman, No Place for a Woman: A Life of Senator Margaret Chase Smith
by Caryn E. Neumann

Toplin, ed., Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy
by Ron Briley

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FEBRUARY 2002 ISSUE (Vol. 35, No. 2)

GENERAL
Teaching the French Revolution: Lessons and Imagery from Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Textbooks
by Casey Harison

CRAFT OF TEACHING
Democratizing Student Learning: The "Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1820-1940" Web Project at SUNY Binghamton
by Thomas Dublin and Kathryn Kish Sklar

Teaching Thinking
by Dwight Gibb (instructor) with students Reed Adam, Darren Delaye,
Tessa Goodhew, Laura Matsen, Tim Ramsey, and Luke Rona

Digitized Medieval Manuscripts in the Classroom: A Project in Progress
by Andrea Winkler

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
The Virginia History Standards and the Cold War
by Glenn C. Altschuler and Eric Rauchway

Bringing Campus and Community Together: Doing Public History at Longwood College
by David Coles and Deborah Welch

CONTINUING SERIES
Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Orville Vernon Burton and Beverly San Augustín
by Roy Rosenzweig and Kelly Schrum

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Understanding Globalization
by Patricia A. Alvarez

REVIEWS
Textbooks, Readers, and References
Collins, Early Medieval Europe 300-1000, Second Edition
by Sam Collins

Horton and Horton, Hard Road to Freedom: The Story of African America
and
Strickland and Weems, Jr. , The African American Experience: An Historiographical and Bibliographical Guide
by Stephen Berk

Perdue, ed., Sifters: Native American Women's Lives
by Angela Firkus

Shaw, trans. and ed., Spartacus and the Slave Wars: A Brief History with Documents
by Francine Curtis

General Books
Brooks, Thank You, Comrade Stalin!: Soviet Public Culture From Revolution to Cold War
by Brian A. McKenzie

Clarke, Dr. Johnson's Women
by Margaret Sankey

Edwards, The Making of the Modern English State, 1460-1660
by Roy Schreiber

Freeberg, The Education of Laura Bridgman, First Deaf and Blind Person to Learn Language
by Jon E. Purmont

O'Neill, The New Left: A History
by Robert C. Cottrell

Seligmann and McLean, Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918: Politics, Hierarchies and Elites
by Thomas Saylor

Wilson, The Magical Universe: Everyday Ritual and Magic in Pre-Modern Europe
by Joseph Gerics

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MAY 2002 ISSUE (Vol. 35, No. 3)

ANNOUNCEMENT
A Special Note to Our Members and Subscribers
by Connie George, General Manager, Society for History Education

GENERAL
Incarceration of the Japanese Americans: A Sixty-Year Perspective
by Roger Daniels

Advanced Placement European History: An Anatomy of the Essay Examination, 1956-2000
by Robert Blackey

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
"You Can't Go Home, Yankee:" Teaching U.S. History to Canary Islands Students
by Juan José Cruz

Integrating Men's History into Women's History: A Proposition
by Melinda S. Zook

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
A Decade of Debate: Improving Content and Interest in History Education
by Allan E. Yarema

REVIEWS
Textbooks, Readers, and References

Jacob, The Enlightenment: A Brief History with Documents
by Louise Forsyth

Olson, Historical Dictionary of the Great Depression, 1929-1940
by Charles F. Howlett

General Books
Atkins, Historical Encyclopedia of Atomic Energy
by Lisa Borowski

Black, Western Warfare, 1775-1882
by William J. Fanning, Jr.

Cantrell, Feeding the Wolf: John B. Rayner & The Politics of Race, 1850-1918
by Jonathan W. McLeod

Cayton and Gray, eds., The American Midwest: Essays on Regional History
by Michael W. Vogt

Conquest, Reflections on a Ravaged Century
by Michael J. Salevouris

Donald and Rees, eds., Reinterpreting Revolution in Twentieth-Century Europe
by Amy R. Sims

Gentile, How Effective is Strategic Bombing? Lessons Learned from World War II to Kosovo
by Paul B. Hatley

Haydn, Arthur, and Hunt, Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience
by Karen Ferris-Fearnside

Lamb and Tarling, From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Origins of the Second World War in Europe and Asia
by Hal M. Friedman

Levine, Secret Missions to Cuba: Fidel Castro, Bernardo Benes, and Cuban Miami
by Kathleen A. Tobin

McWilliams, The 1960s Cultural Revolution
by Donna M. Binkiewicz

Mews; Chiavaroli and Mews, trans., The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France
by Christine Caldwell

Prazmowska, Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War
by Thomas Lamont

Royle, Revolutionary Britannia? Reflections on the Threat of Revolution in Britain, 1789-1848
by Walter L. Arnstein

Safford and Palacios, Colombia: Fragmented Land, Divided Society
by Maurice P. Brungardt

Santosuosso, Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors, and Civilians in the Roman Empire
by David Hood

Skinner, Women in Medieval Italian Society, 500-1200
by Lezlie Knox

Springhall, Decolonization since 1945: The Collapse of European Empires Overseas
by William I. Shorrock

Stanton, Free Some Day: The African-American Families of Monticello
by Jay Hester

Wermuth, Rip Van Winkle's Neighbors: The Transformation of Rural Society in the Hudson River Valley, 1720-1850
by Jay Hester

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AUGUST 2002 ISSUE (Vol. 35, No. 4)

GENERAL
Teaching in Tragedy by Teaching the History of Its Remembrance: Oradour-sur-Glane and American Students in September 2001
by Donald M. Reid

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching History in the Backyard
by Andrew H. Myers

Reflections on Forty-Odd Years of Teaching History and on Training Prospective PhDs to Do So
by Philip L. White

Did the Sans-Coulottes Wear Nikes? The Impact of Electronic Media on the Understanding and Teaching of History
by David Trask

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
An Innovative Summer Institute for Teachers: Examining the Underground Railroad
by Denise Dallmer

Digital History in the History/Social Studies Classroom
by John K. Lee

NOTES AND COMMENTS
The Function of the Historian in Society
by Richard C. Carrier

REVIEWS
Textbooks, Readers, and References

Elshtain, Jane Addams and the Dream of American Democracy
and Elshtain, ed., The Jane Addams Reader
by Caryn E. Neumann

Hupchick and Cox, The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe, Revised and Updated Edition
by Tom Lamont

Kirkwood, The History of Mexico
by Maurice P. Brungardt

Linden, ed., Voices From the Gathering Storm: The Coming of the American Civil War
by Gary Edwards

Mitgang, Abraham Lincoln: A Press Portrait, His Life and Times from the Original Newspaper Documents of the Union, the Confederacy, and Europe
by Rosemary Abend

van Houts, ed., Medieval Memories: Men, Women and the Past, 700-1300
by Stacy Kerr

General Books
Cohen, ed., The Postcolonial Middle Ages
by Joel T. Rosenthal

Derry, Politics in the Age of Fox, Pitt, and Liverpool, revised edition
by D. A. Smith

Green, Race on the Line: Gender, Labor, and Technology in the Bell System, 1880-1980
by Paul Michel Taillon

Hutchison, Labors Appropriate to Their Sex: Gender, Labor, and Politics in Urban Chile, 1900-1930
by Michael Monteón

Joselit, Immigration and American Religion
by Carolyn Williams

Nasson, The South African War, 1899-1902
by Brett Cohen

Sitkoff, ed., Perspectives on Modern America: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century
by Abraham Hoffman

Smail, Imagined Cartographies: Possession and Identity in Late Medieval Marseille
by Donald Leech

White, Lenin: The Practice and Theory of Revolution
by Edward Alan Cole

Wineburg, Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts: Charting the Future of Teaching the Past
by Barbara Kantz

SPECIAL SECTION
Index to Volume 35

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Index
VOLUME 35

November 2001: pp. 1-128
February 2002: pp. 129-288
May 2002: pp. 289-432
August 2002: 433-560

ARTICLES
Special Sections
National History Day 2001 Prize Essays

"A Lasting Impression: French Painters Revolutionize the Art World," by Lindsay Snider, 89-101.

"Incubator Baby Shows: A Medical and Social Frontier," by Hannah Lieberman, 81-88.

Introduction, 79-80.

Lieberman, Hannah, "Incubator Baby Shows: A Medical and Social Frontier," 81-88.

Snider, Lindsay, "A Lasting Impression: French Painters Revolutionize the Art World," 89-101.

Continuing Series
"Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Orville Vernon Burton and Beverly San Augustín," by Roy Rosenzweig and Kelly Schrum, 237-259.

Rosenzweig, Roy, co-auth., "Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Orville Vernon Burton and Beverly San Augustín," 237-259.

Schrum, Kelly, co-auth., "Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Orville Vernon Burton and Beverly San Augustín," 237-259.

General Subject
"Advanced Placement European History: An Anatomy of the Essay Examination, 1956-2000," by Robert Blackey, 311-342.

Blackey, Robert, "Advanced Placement European History: An Anatomy of the Essay Examination, 1956-2000," 311-342.

Daniels, Roger, "Incarceration of the Japanese Americans: A Sixty-Year Perspective," 297-310.

Harison, Casey, "Teaching the French Revolution: Lessons and Imagery from Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Textbooks," 137-162.

"Incarceration of the Japanese Americans: A Sixty-Year Perspective," by Roger Daniels, 297-310.

Reid, Donald M., "Teaching in Tragedy by Teaching the History of Its Remembrance: Oradour-sur-Glane and American Students in September 2001," 441-454.

Shaffer, Robert, "What to Teach About Asia: Howard Wilson and the Committee on Asiatic Studies in the 1940s," 9-25.

"Teaching the French Revolution: Lessons and Imagery from Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Textbooks," by Casey Harison, 137-162.

"Teaching in Tragedy by Teaching the History of Its Remembrance: Oradour-sur-Glane and American Students in September 2001," by Donald M. Reid, 441-454.

"What to Teach About Asia: Howard Wilson and the Committee on Asiatic Studies in the 1940s," by Robert Shaffer, 9-25.

The Craft of Teaching
Adam, Reed, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

Cruz, Juan José, "'You Can't Go Home, Yankee:' Teaching U.S. History to Canary Islands Students," 343-372.

Delaye, Darren, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

"Democratizing Student Learning: The 'Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1820-1940' Web Project at SUNY Binghamton," by Thomas Dublin and Kathryn Kish Sklar, 163-173.

"Did the Sans-Coulottes Wear Nikes? The Impact of Electronic Media on the Understanding and Teaching of History," by David Trask, 473-489.

"Digitized Medieval Manuscripts in the Classroom: A Project in Progress," by Andrea Winkler, 201-223.

Dublin, Thomas, co-auth., "Democratizing Student Learning: The 'Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1820-1940' Web Project at SUNY Binghamton," 163-173.

Friedman, Hal M., "'Red, White, and Black' in the Motor City: Teaching the Early American Survey at a Comprehensive Metro Detroit Community College," 49-60.

Gibb, Dwight, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

Goodhew, Tessa, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

"Integrating Men's History into Women's History: A Proposition," by Melinda S. Zook, 373-387.

Matsen, Laura, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

"Movies as the Gateway to History: The History and Film Project," by Paul B. Weinstein, 27-48.

Myers, Andrew H., "Teaching History in the Backyard," 455-464.

Ramsey, Tim, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

"'Red, White, and Black' in the Motor City: Teaching the Early American Survey at a Comprehensive Metro Detroit Community College," by Hal M. Friedman, 49-60.

"Reflections on Forty-Odd Years of Teaching History and on Training Prospective PhDs to Do So," by Philip L. White, 465-472.

Rona, Luke, co-auth., "Teaching Thinking," 175-200.

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, co-auth., "Democratizing Student Learning: The 'Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1820-1940' Web Project at SUNY Binghamton," 163-173.

"Teaching History in the Backyard," by Andrew H. Myers, 455-464.

"Teaching Thinking," by Dwight Gibb (instructor) with students Reed Adam, Darren Delaye, Tessa Goodhew, Laura Matsen, Tim Ramsey, and Luke Rona, 175-200.

Trask, David, "Did the Sans-Coulottes Wear Nikes? The Impact of Electronic Media on the Understanding and Teaching of History," 473-489.

Weinstein, Paul B., "Movies as the Gateway to History: The History and Film Project," 27-48.

White, Philip L., "Reflections on Forty-Odd Years of Teaching History and on Training Prospective PhDs to Do So," 465-472.

Winkler, Andrea, "Digitized Medieval Manuscripts in the Classroom: A Project in Progress," 201-223.

"'You Can't Go Home, Yankee:' Teaching U.S. History to Canary Islands Students," by Juan José Cruz, 343-372.

Zook, Melinda S., "Integrating Men's History into Women's History: A Proposition," 373-387.

Historiography
"Forming A Transnational Narrative: New Perspectives on European Migrations to the United States," by David A. Gerber, 061-77.

Gerber, David A., "Forming A Transnational Narrative: New Perspectives on European Migrations to the United States," 61-77.

The State of the Profession
"A Decade of Debate: Improving Content and Interest in History Education," by Allan E. Yarema, 389-398.

Altschuler, Glenn C., co-auth., "The Virginia History Standards and the Cold War," 225-228.

"An Innovative Summer Institute for Teachers: Examining the Underground Railroad," by Denise Dallmer, 491-502.

"Bringing Campus and Community Together: Doing Public History at Longwood College," by David Coles and Deborah Welch, 229-235.

Coles, David, co-auth., "Bringing Campus and Community Together: Doing Public History at Longwood College," 229-235.

Dallmer, Denise, "An Innovative Summer Institute for Teachers: Examining the Underground Railroad," 491-502.

"Digital History in the History/Social Studies Classroom," by John K. Lee, 503-517.

Lee, John K., "Digital History in the History/Social Studies Classroom," 503-517.

Rauchway, Eric, co-auth., "The Virginia History Standards and the Cold War," 225-228.

"Virginia History Standards and the Cold War, The," by Glenn C. Altschuler and Eric Rauchway, 225-228.

Welch, Deborah, co-auth., "Bringing Campus and Community Together: Doing Public History at Longwood College," 229-235.

Yarema, Allan E., "A Decade of Debate: Improving Content and Interest in History Education," 389-398.

Notes and Comments
Alvarez, Patricia A., "Understanding Globalization," 261-266.

Carrier, Richard C., "The Function of the Historian in Society," 519-526.

"Function of the Historian in Society, The," by Richard C. Carrier, 519-526.

"Understanding Globalization," by Patricia A. Alvarez, 261-266.

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers

Abend, Rosemary, rev., Abraham Lincoln: A Press Portrait, His Life and Times from the Original Newspaper Documents of the Union, the Confederacy, and Europe, by Herbert Mitgang, 532-533.

Abraham Lincoln: A Press Portrait, His Life and Times from the Original Newspaper Documents of the Union, the Confederacy, and Europe, by Herbert Mitgang, revd., 532-533.

African American Experience, The: An Historiographical and Bibliographical Guide, by Arvarh Strickland and Robert E. Weems, Jr., revd., 268-270.

American Dole, The: Unemployment Relief and the Welfare State in the Great Depression, by Jeff Singleton, revd., 106-107.

Beasley, Henry R., co-ed., The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia, revd., 103-104.

Beasley, Maurine H., co-ed., The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia, revd., 103-104.

Berk, Stephen, rev., Hard Road to Freedom: The Story of African America, by James Oliver Horton and Lois E. Horton, 268-270.

Berk, Stephen, rev., The African American Experience: An Historiographical and Bibliographical Guide, by Arvarh Strickland and Robert E. Weems, Jr., 268-270.

Brungardt, Maurice P., rev., The History of Mexico, by Burton Kirkwood, 529-530.

Carson, Mina, rev., Women's America: Refocusing the Past, ed. by Linda K. Kerber and Jane Sherron De Hart, 104-106.

Collins, Roger, Early Medieval Europe 300-1000, Second Edition, revd., 267-268.

Collins, Sam, rev., Early Medieval Europe 300-1000, Second Edition, by Roger Collins, 267-268.

Common Sense and Related Writings, ed. by Thomas P. Slaughter, revd., 107-108.

Cox, Harold E., co-auth., The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe, Revised and Updated Edition, revd., 528-529.

Curtis, Francine, rev., Spartacus and the Slave Wars: A Brief History with Documents, trans. and ed. by Brent D. Shaw, 272-273.

De Hart, Jane Sherron, co-ed., Women's America: Refocusing the Past, revd., 104-106.

Early Medieval Europe 300-1000, Second Edition, by Roger Collins, revd., 267-268.

Edwards, Gary, rev., Voices From the Gathering Storm: The Coming of the American Civil War, ed. by Glenn M. Linden, 530-531.

Egerton, Douglas R., rev., Common Sense and Related Writings, ed. by Thomas P. Slaughter, 107-108.

Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia, The, ed. by Maurine H. Beasley, Holly C. Shulman, and Henry R. Beasley, revd., 103-104.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke, ed., The Jane Addams Reader, revd., 527-528.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke, Jane Addams and the Dream of American Democracy, revd., 527-528.

Enlightenment, The: A Brief History with Documents, by Margaret C. Jacob, revd., 399-400.

Firkus, Angela, rev., Sifters: Native American Women's Lives, ed. by Theda Perdue, 271-272.

Forsyth, Louise, rev., The Enlightenment: A Brief History with Documents, by Margaret C. Jacob, 399-400.

Frost, Jennifer, rev., The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia, ed. by Maurine H. Beasley, Holly C. Shulman, and Henry R. Beasley, 103-104.

Hard Road to Freedom: The Story of African America, by James Oliver Horton and Lois E. Horton, revd., 268-270.

Historical Dictionary of the Great Depression, 1929-1940, by James S. Olson, revd., 400-401.

History of Mexico, The, by Burton Kirkwood, revd., 529-530.

Horton, James Oliver, co-auth., Hard Road to Freedom: The Story of African America, revd., 268-270.

Horton, Lois E., co-auth., Hard Road to Freedom: The Story of African America, revd., 268-270.

Howlett, Charles F., rev., Historical Dictionary of the Great Depression, 1929-1940, by James S. Olson, 400-401.

Hupchick, Dennis P., co-auth., The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe, Revised and Updated Edition, revd., 528-529.

Jacob, Margaret C., The Enlightenment: A Brief History with Documents, revd., 399-400.

Jane Addams and the Dream of American Democracy, by Jean Bethke Elshtain, revd., 527-528.

Jane Addams Reader, The, ed. by Jean Bethke Elshtain, revd., 527-528.

Kerber, Linda K., co-ed., Women's America: Refocusing the Past, revd., 104-106.

Kerr, Stacy, rev., Medieval Memories: Men, Women and the Past, 700-1300, ed. by Elisabeth van Houts, 533-534.

Kirkwood, Burton, The History of Mexico, revd., 529-530.

Lamont, Tom, rev., The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe, Revised and Updated Edition, by Dennis P. Hupchick and Harold E. Cox, 528-529.

Linden, Glenn M., ed., Voices From the Gathering Storm: The Coming of the American Civil War, revd., 530-531.

Medieval Memories: Men, Women and the Past, 700-1300, ed. by Elisabeth van Houts, revd., 533-534.

Mitgang, Herbert, Abraham Lincoln: A Press Portrait, His Life and Times from the Original Newspaper Documents of the Union, the Confederacy, and Europe, revd., 532-533.

Neumann, Caryn E., rev., Jane Addams and the Dream of American Democracy, by Jean Bethke Elshtain, 527-528.

Neumann, Caryn E., rev., The Jane Addams Reader, ed. by Jean Bethke Elshtain, 527-528.

Olson, James S., Historical Dictionary of the Great Depression, 1929-1940, revd., 400-401.

Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe, The, Revised and Updated Edition, by Dennis P. Hupchick and Harold E. Cox, revd., 528-529.

Perdue, Theda, ed., Sifters: Native American Women's Lives, revd., 271-272.

Shaw, Brent D., trans. and ed., Spartacus and the Slave Wars: A Brief History with Documents, revd., 272-273.

Shulman, Holly C., co-ed., The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia, revd., 103-104.

Sifters: Native American Women's Lives, ed. by Theda Perdue, revd., 271-272.

Singleton, Jeff, The American Dole: Unemployment Relief and the Welfare State in the Great Depression, revd., 106-107.

Slaughter, Thomas P., ed., Common Sense and Related Writings, revd., 107-108.

Spartacus and the Slave Wars: A Brief History with Documents, trans. and ed. by Brent D. Shaw, revd., 272-273.

Starnes, Richard, rev., The American Dole: Unemployment Relief and the Welfare State in the Great Depression, by Jeff Singleton, 106-107.

Strickland, Arvarh, co-auth., The African American Experience: An Historiographical and Bibliographical Guide, revd., 268-270.

van Houts, Elisabeth, ed., Medieval Memories: Men, Women and the Past, 700-1300, revd., 533-534.

Voices From the Gathering Storm: The Coming of the American Civil War, ed. by Glenn M. Linden, revd., 530-531.

Weems, Jr., Robert E., co-auth., The African American Experience: An Historiographical and Bibliographical Guide, revd., 268-270.

Women's America: Refocusing the Past, ed. by Linda K. Kerber and Jane Sherron De Hart, revd., 104-106.

General Subject
1960s Cultural Revolution, The, by John C. McWilliams, revd., 414-416.

A Short History of the Native Americans in the United States, by Howard Meredith, revd., 115-116.

Adomanis, James F., rev., Divided We Stand, Teaching About Conflict in U.S. History, by James A. Percoco, 117-118.

American Midwest, The: Essays on Regional History, ed. by Andrew R.L. Cayton and Susan E. Gray, revd., 406-407.

Anatomy of the Cuban Missile Crises, by James A. Nathan, revd., 116-117.

Arnstein, Walter L., rev., Revolutionary Britannia? Reflections on the Threat of Revolution in Britain, 1789-1848, by Edward Royle, 418-419.

Arthur, James, co-auth., Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, revd., 411-412.

Atkins, Stephen E., Historical Encyclopedia of Atomic Energy, revd., 402-403.

Axtell, James, Natives and Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America, revd., 108-109.

Bartov, Omer, The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath, revd., 109-110.

Berberian, Houri, co-rev., The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives, by Carole Hillenbrand, 112-113.

Binkiewicz, Donna M., rev., The 1960s Cultural Revolution, by John C. McWilliams, 414-416.

Black, Jeremy, Western Warfare, 1775-1882, revd., 403-404.

Borghei, Suzanne C., rev., The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States, by Alexander Keyssar, 114-115.

Born in Bondage: Growing Up Enslaved in the Antebellum South, by Marie Jenkins Schwartz, revd., 119-120.

Borowski, Lisa, rev., Historical Encyclopedia of Atomic Energy, by Stephen E. Atkins, 402-403.

Briley, Ron, rev., Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy, ed. by Robert Brent Toplin, 122-123.

Brooks, Jeffrey, Thank You, Comrade Stalin!: Soviet Public Culture From Revolution to Cold War, revd., 274-275.

Brungardt, Maurice P., rev., Colombia: Fragmented Land, Divided Society, by Frank Safford and Marco Palacios, 419-420.

Caldwell, Christine, rev., The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France, by Constant J. Mews; trans. by Neville Chiavaroli and Constant J. Mews, 416-417.

Cantrell, Gregg, Feeding the Wolf: John B. Rayner & The Politics of Race, 1850-1918, revd., 404-405.

Carroll, James T., rev., Natives and Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America, by James Axtell, 108-109.

Cayton, Andrew R.L., co-ed., The American Midwest: Essays on Regional History, revd., 406-407.

Chiavaroli , Neville, co-trans., The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France, revd., 416-417.

Clarke, Norma, Dr. Johnson's Women, revd., 275-276.

Cohen, Brett, rev., The South African War, 1899-1902, by Bill Nasson, 541-542.

Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome, ed., The Postcolonial Middle Ages, revd., 534-536.

Cole, Edward Alan, rev., Lenin: The Practice and Theory of Revolution, by James D. White, 545-546.

Colombia: Fragmented Land, Divided Society, by Frank Safford and Marco Palacios, revd., 419-420.

Conquest, Robert, Reflections on a Ravaged Century, revd., 407-408.

Cottrell, Robert C., rev., The New Left: A History, by William L. O'Neill, 278-279.

Crash of Ruin, The: American Combat Soldiers in Europe during World War II, by Peter Schrijvers, revd., 118-119.

Crusades, The: Islamic Perspectives, by Carole Hillenbrand, revd., 112-113.

Decolonization since 1945: The Collapse of European Empires Overseas, by John Springhall, revd., 423-424.

Derry, John W., Politics in the Age of Fox, Pitt, and Liverpool, revised edition, revd., 536-537.

Divided We Stand, Teaching About Conflict in U.S. History, by James A. Percoco, revd., 117-118.

Donald, Moira, co-ed., Reinterpreting Revolution in Twentieth-Century Europe, revd., 408-409.

Dr. Johnson's Women, by Norma Clarke, revd., 275-276.

Dunn, Joe P., rev., Anatomy of the Cuban Missile Crises, by James A. Nathan, 116-117.

Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War, by Anita J. Prazmowska, revd., 417-418.

Education of Laura Bridgman, First Deaf and Blind Person to Learn Language, The, by Ernest Freeberg, revd., 277-278.

Edwards, Philip, The Making of the Modern English State, 1460-1660, revd., 276-277.

Fanning, Jr., William J., rev., Western Warfare, 1775-1882, by Jeremy Black, 403-404.

Feeding the Wolf: John B. Rayner & The Politics of Race, 1850-1918, by Gregg Cantrell, revd., 404-405.

Fernekes, William R., rev., The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath, by Omer Bartov, 109-110.

Ferris-Fearnside, Karen, rev., Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, by Terry Haydn, James Arthur, and Martin Hunt, 411-412.

Free Some Day: The African-American Families of Monticello, by Lucia Stanton, revd., 425-426.

Freeberg, Ernest, The Education of Laura Bridgman, First Deaf and Blind Person to Learn Language, revd., 277-278.

Friedman, Hal M., rev., From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Origins of the Second World War in Europe and Asia, by Margaret Lamb and Nicholas Tarling, 412-413.

From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Origins of the Second World War in Europe and Asia, by Margaret Lamb and Nicholas Tarling, revd., 412-413.

Gentile, Gian P., How Effective is Strategic Bombing? Lessons Learned from World War II to Kosovo, revd., 409-411.

Gerics, Joseph, rev., The Magical Universe: Everyday Ritual and Magic in Pre-Modern Europe, by Stephen Wilson, 281-282.

Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918: Politics, Hierarchies and Elites, by Matthew S. Seligmann and Roderick R. McLean, revd., 280-281.

Glassberg, David, Sense of History: The Place of the Past in American Life, revd., 111-112.

Gray, Susan E., co-ed., The American Midwest: Essays on Regional History, revd., 406-407.

Green, Venus, Race on the Line: Gender, Labor, and Technology in the Bell System, 1880-1980, revd., 537-538.

Hatley, Paul B., rev., How Effective is Strategic Bombing? Lessons Learned from World War II to Kosovo, by Gian P. Gentile, 409-411.

Haydn, Terry, co-auth., Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, revd., 411-412.

Hester, Jay, rev., Free Some Day: The African-American Families of Monticello, by Lucia Stanton, 425-426.

Hester, Jay, rev., Rip Van Winkle's Neighbors: The Transformation of Rural Society in the Hudson River Valley, 1720-1850, by Thomas C. Wermuth, 426-427.

Hillenbrand, Carole, The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives, revd., 112-113.

Historical Encyclopedia of Atomic Energy, by Stephen E. Atkins, revd., 402-403.

Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts: Charting the Future of Teaching the Past, by Sam Wineburg, revd., 546-547.

Hoffman, Abraham, rev., Perspectives on Modern America: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century, ed. by Harvard Sitkoff, 542-543.

Holocaust, The: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath, by Omer Bartov, revd., 109-110.

Hood, David, rev., Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors, and Civilians in the Roman Empire, by Antonio Santosuosso, 421-422.

Horton, Paul, rev., Born in Bondage: Growing Up Enslaved in the Antebellum South, by Marie Jenkins Schwartz, 119-120.

How Effective is Strategic Bombing? Lessons Learned from World War II to Kosovo, by Gian P. Gentile, revd., 409-411.

Hunt, Martin, co-auth., Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, revd., 411-412.

Hutchison, Elizabeth Quay, Labors Appropriate to Their Sex: Gender, Labor, and Politics in Urban Chile, 1900-1930, revd., 538-539.

Imagined Cartographies: Possession and Identity in Late Medieval Marseille, by Daniel Lord Smail, revd., 543-545.

Immigration and American Religion, by Jenna Weismann Joselit, revd., 540-541.

Joselit, Jenna Weismann, Immigration and American Religion, revd., 540-541.

Kantz, Barbara, rev., Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts: Charting the Future of Teaching the Past, by Sam Wineburg, 546-547.

Keyssar, Alexander, The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States, revd., 114-115.

Knox, Lezlie, co-rev., The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives, by Carole Hillenbrand, 112-113.

Knox, Lezlie, rev., Women in Medieval Italian Society, 500-1200, by Patricia Skinner, 422-423.

Kotzin, Daniel P., rev., Sense of History: The Place of the Past in American Life, by David Glassberg, 111-112.

Labors Appropriate to Their Sex: Gender, Labor, and Politics in Urban Chile, 1900-1930, by Elizabeth Quay Hutchison, revd., 538-539.

Lamb, Margaret, co-auth., From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Origins of the Second World War in Europe and Asia, revd., 412-413.

Lamont, Thomas, rev., Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War, by Anita J. Prazmowska, 417-418.

Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, by Terry Haydn, James Arthur, and Martin Hunt, revd., 411-412.

Leech, Donald, rev., Imagined Cartographies: Possession and Identity in Late Medieval Marseille, by Daniel Lord Smail, 543-545.

Lenin: The Practice and Theory of Revolution, by James D. White, revd., 545-546.

Levine, Robert M., Secret Missions to Cuba: Fidel Castro, Bernardo Benes, and Cuban Miami, revd., 413-414.

Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard, The: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France, by Constant J. Mews; trans. by Neville Chiavaroli and Constant J. Mews, revd., 416-417.

Magical Universe, The: Everyday Ritual and Magic in Pre-Modern Europe, by Stephen Wilson, revd., 281-282.

Making of the Modern English State, 1460-1660, The, by Philip Edwards, revd., 276-277.

McKenzie, Brian A., rev., Thank You, Comrade Stalin!: Soviet Public Culture From Revolution to Cold War, by Jeffrey Brooks, 274-275.

McKenzie, Brian A., rev., The Crash of Ruin: American Combat Soldiers in Europe during World War II, by Peter Schrijvers, 118-119.

McLean, Roderick R., co-auth., Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918: Politics, Hierarchies and Elites, revd., 280-281.

McLeod, Jonathan W., rev., Feeding the Wolf: John B. Rayner & The Politics of Race, 1850-1918, by Gregg Cantrell, 404-405.

McWilliams, John C., The 1960s Cultural Revolution, revd., 414-416.

Meredith, Howard, A Short History of the Native Americans in the United States, revd., 115-116.

Mews, Constant J., co-trans., The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France, revd., 416-417.

Mews, Constant J., The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France, trans. by Neville Chiavaroli and Constant J. Mews, revd., 416-417.

Monteón, Michael, rev., Labors Appropriate to Their Sex: Gender, Labor, and Politics in Urban Chile, 1900-1930, by Elizabeth Quay Hutchison, 538-539.

Nasson, Bill, The South African War, 1899-1902, revd., 541-542.

Nathan, James A., Anatomy of the Cuban Missile Crises, revd., 116-117.

Natives and Newcomers: The Cultural Origins of North America, by James Axtell, revd., 108-109.

Neumann, Caryn E., rev., No Place for a Woman: A Life of Senator Margaret Chase Smith, by Janann Sherman, 120-122.

New Left, The: A History, by William L. O'Neill, revd., 278-279.

Nichols, Roger L., rev., A Short History of the Native Americans in the United States, by Howard Meredith, 115-116.

No Place for a Woman: A Life of Senator Margaret Chase Smith, by Janann Sherman, revd., 120-122.

O'Neill, William L., The New Left: A History, revd., 278-279.

Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy, ed. by Robert Brent Toplin, revd., 122-123.

Palacios, Marco, co-auth., Colombia: Fragmented Land, Divided Society, revd., 419-420.

Percoco, James A., Divided We Stand, Teaching About Conflict in U.S. History, revd., 117-118.

Perspectives on Modern America: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century, ed. by Harvard Sitkoff, revd., 542-543.

Politics in the Age of Fox, Pitt, and Liverpool, revised edition, by John W. Derry, revd., 536-537.

Postcolonial Middle Ages, The, ed. by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, revd., 534-536.

Prazmowska, Anita J., Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War, revd., 417-418.

Purmont, Jon E., rev., The Education of Laura Bridgman, First Deaf and Blind Person to Learn Language, by Ernest Freeberg, 277-278.

Race on the Line: Gender, Labor, and Technology in the Bell System, 1880-1980, by Venus Green, revd., 537-538.

Rees, Tim, co-ed., Reinterpreting Revolution in Twentieth-Century Europe, revd., 408-409.

Reflections on a Ravaged Century, by Robert Conquest, revd., 407-408.

Reinterpreting Revolution in Twentieth-Century Europe, ed. by Moira Donald and Tim Rees, revd., 408-409.

Revolutionary Britannia? Reflections on the Threat of Revolution in Britain, 1789-1848, by Edward Royle, revd., 418-419.

Right to Vote, The: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States, by Alexander Keyssar, revd., 114-115.

Rip Van Winkle's Neighbors: The Transformation of Rural Society in the Hudson River Valley, 1720-1850, by Thomas C. Wermuth, revd., 426-427.

Rosenthal, Joel T., rev., The Postcolonial Middle Ages, ed. by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, 534-536.

Royle, Edward, Revolutionary Britannia? Reflections on the Threat of Revolution in Britain, 1789-1848, revd., 418-419.

Safford, Frank, co-auth., Colombia: Fragmented Land, Divided Society, revd., 419-420.

Salevouris, Michael J., rev., Reflections on a Ravaged Century, by Robert Conquest, 407-408.

Sankey, Margaret, rev., Dr. Johnson's Women, by Norma Clarke, 275-276.

Santosuosso, Antonio, Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors, and Civilians in the Roman Empire, revd., 421-422.

Saylor, Thomas, rev., Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918: Politics, Hierarchies and Elites, by Matthew S. Seligmann and Roderick R. McLean, 280-281.

Schreiber, Roy, rev., The Making of the Modern English State, 1460-1660, by Philip Edwards, 276-277.

Schrijvers, Peter, The Crash of Ruin: American Combat Soldiers in Europe during World War II, revd., 118-119.

Schwartz, Marie Jenkins, Born in Bondage: Growing Up Enslaved in the Antebellum South, revd., 119-120.

Secret Missions to Cuba: Fidel Castro, Bernardo Benes, and Cuban Miami, by Robert M. Levine, revd., 413-414.

Seligmann, Matthew S., co-auth., Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918: Politics, Hierarchies and Elites, revd., 280-281.

Sense of History: The Place of the Past in American Life, by David Glassberg, revd., 111-112.

Sherman, Janann, No Place for a Woman: A Life of Senator Margaret Chase Smith, revd., 120-122.

Shorrock, William I., rev., Decolonization since 1945: The Collapse of European Empires Overseas, by John Springhall, 423-424.

Sims, Amy, rev., Reinterpreting Revolution in Twentieth-Century Europe, ed. by Moira Donald and Tim Rees, 408-409.

Sitkoff, Harvard, ed., Perspectives on Modern America: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century, revd., 542-543.

Skinner, Patricia, Women in Medieval Italian Society, 500-1200, revd., 422-423.

Smail, Daniel Lord, Imagined Cartographies: Possession and Identity in Late Medieval Marseille, revd., 543-545.

Smith, D.A., rev., Politics in the Age of Fox, Pitt, and Liverpool, revised edition, by John W. Derry, 536-537.

South African War, The, 1899-1902, by Bill Nasson, revd., 541-542.

Springhall, John, Decolonization since 1945: The Collapse of European Empires Overseas, revd., 423-424.

Stanton, Lucia, Free Some Day: The African-American Families of Monticello, revd., 425-426.

Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors, and Civilians in the Roman Empire, by Antonio Santosuosso, revd., 421-422.

Taillon, Paul Michel, rev., Race on the Line: Gender, Labor, and Technology in the Bell System, 1880-1980, by Venus Green, 537-538.

Tarling, Nicholas, co-auth., From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Origins of the Second World War in Europe and Asia, revd., 412-413.

Thank You, Comrade Stalin!: Soviet Public Culture From Revolution to Cold War, by Jeffrey Brooks, revd., 274-275.

Tobin, by Kathleen A., rev., Secret Missions to Cuba: Fidel Castro, Bernardo Benes, and Cuban Miami, by Robert M. Levine, 413-414.

Toplin, Robert Brent, ed., Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy, revd., 122-123.

Vogt, Michael W., rev., The American Midwest: Essays on Regional History, ed. by Andrew R.L. Cayton and Susan E. Gray, 406-407.

Wermuth, Thomas C., Rip Van Winkle's Neighbors: The Transformation of Rural Society in the Hudson River Valley, 1720-1850, revd., 426-427.

Western Warfare, 1775-1882, by Jeremy Black, revd., 403-404.

White, James D., Lenin: The Practice and Theory of Revolution, revd., 545-546.

Williams, Carolyn, rev., Immigration and American Religion, by Jenna Weismann Joselit, 540-541.

Wilson, Stephen, The Magical Universe: Everyday Ritual and Magic in Pre-Modern Europe, revd., 281-282.

Wineburg, Sam, Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts: Charting the Future of Teaching the Past, revd., 546-547.

Women in Medieval Italian Society, 500-1200, by Patricia Skinner, revd., 422-423.

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