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Volume 16 • Number 1

Febuary 2019

   
  Editor's Message
 

FORUM: the Atlantic World in World History

  Guest Editor: David Northrup
   
  Introduction: Forum on Atlantic History
  by David Northrup
  Atlantic History and World History
  by David Northrup
  Incorporating the Atlantic into World History Teaching
  by Rebecca Hayes
  Indigenous Peoples of the Merrimack River Valley in the Early Seventeenth Century: An Atlantic Perspective on Northeastern America
  by Christoph Strobel
  Slaves in the Classroom: The Quest for a Usable Narrative
  by Ibrahim Sundiata
  The Monarchical Caribbean: Tomas Wood, Exiles, and Royalist Strongholds during the Spanish American Independence Wars
  by Nicolás Alejandro González Quintero
 
 

Articles

  The Spread of Islam to the Americas via the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Its Civilizational Legacy, Indigenous Encounters and Implications for American National History and Identity
  by R. Charles Weller
  Nineteenth-Century Constitutions: A Teaching Guide
  by Joanna Neilson
 

Book Reviews

  David Northrup, Seven Myths of Africa in World History
  by Brad Crofford
  A. James McAdams, Vanguard of the Revolution: The Global Idea of the Communist Party
  Van Gosse
  Stanley M. Burstein, The World from 1000 BCE to 300 CE
  David M. Kalivas
  Trevor R. Getz, A Primer for Teaching African History: Ten Design Principles
  Holly E. Marcolina
  Kealani Cook, Return to Kahiki: Native Hawaiians in Oceania
  by Gregory Samantha Rosenthal
  Frederick Cooper, Citizenship, Inequality, and Difference: Historical Perspectives
  by Clif Stratton
  Bonnie G. Smith, Modern Empires: A Reader
  by Kit Adam Wainer
   
   
  Books available for review
   

 

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