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Volume 15 • Number 2

June 2018

  Editor's Message

FORUM: Indigenous Peoples in the Global Revolutionary Era

  Guest Editors: Christine Skwiot and Christoph Strobel
  by Christine Skwiot and Christoph Strobel
  To "Live Like King George" in Hawaiʻi and the United States: Entangled Exceptionalisms and Sovereignty Struggles in an Age of Revolutions, 1776–1819
  by Christine Skwiot
  Rethinking "Indigenous Peoples" and "Revolutions" in World History: Exploring the Ohio Indian Experience through Material Objects and Primary Sources
  by Christoph Strobel
  Between Two Oceans: Slave Resistance at the Cape of Good Hope in the Age of Revolutions
  by Nigel Worden
  Food and Food Systems in the Age of Revolutions: Rethinking the Indigenous Contours of World History
  by Natale A. Zappia


  Addressing Current Events in the World History Classroom
  by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwal

Special Section

  An Interview with Michael G. Vann
  by Marc Jason Gilbert

Book Reviews

  Benjamin Fortna, The Circassian: A Life of Esrey Bey, Late Ottoman Insurgent and Special Agent
  by Thomas Anderson
  Big History: Examines Our Past, Explains Our Present, Imagines Our Future. Foreword by David Christian
  by David C. Fisher
  Gilbert, Marc Jason, South Asia in World History
  by Stewart Gordon
  Christopher Isett and Stephen Miller, The Social History of Agriculture: From the Origins to the Current Crisis
  by Tom Laichas
  Matthew Gutmann and Jeffrey Lesser, eds. Global Latin America into the Twenty-First Century
  by Cristina Mehrtens
  Lakshmi Subramanian, The Sovereign and the Pirate: Ordering Maritime Subjects in India's Western Littoral
  by Lincoln Paine
  Bernd-Stefan Grewe and Karin Hofmeester, eds., Luxury in Global Perspective: Objects and Practices, 1600–2000
  by Krista Sigler
  Books available for review


Christine Skwiot Christine Skwiot
Christoph Strobel Christoph Strobel
Nigel Worden Nigel Worden
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