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Volume 15 • Number 3

October 2018

   
  Editor's Message
 

FORUM: Gender and Empire

  Guest Editor: Tracey Rizzo
   
  Introduction: Gender and Empire: Connecting the Personal to the Political and the Local to the Global
  by Tracey Rizzo
  Intimate Decolonization: Strategies for Reconceptualizing and Teaching the End of European Empires
  by Timothy J. Nicholson
  El Salvador and the World History of Gender, Modernity, and Empire
  by Aldo Garcia Guevara
  Imperial Objects: Indigenous Handicrafts, Gender, and Colonial Museums in Modern World History
  by Matthew Schauer
  (Colonial) Intimacy Issues: Using French Hanoi to Teach the Histories of Sex, Racial Hierarchies, and Geographies of Desire in the New Imperialism
  by Michael G. Vann
  Gender as a Category of Analysis for Empire? Femininity, Masculinity and Orientalism
  by Stephanie Anne Boyle
  Teaching the US in/as World History: Scholarship on Gender and Empire that Connects US and World History
  by Karen Phoenix
 

Article

  The Mombasa General Strike of 1947: How Workers Initiated the Kenyan Independence Movement
  by Mike Blanker
  Relatable World History: Local-Global Migration Histories of La Crosse, Wisconsin, the Malay Peninsula, and Barbados (ca 1620s–1930s)
  by Tiffany Trimmer
 

Book Reviews

  Daniel Brückenhaus, Policing Transnational Protest: Liberal Imperialism and the Surveillance of Anticolonialists in Europe
  by Ian Christopher Fletcher
  Virginia Garrard, Peter V. N. Henderson, and Bryan McCann, Latin America in the Modern World
  Phillip Anthony Ninomiya
  Robert C. McGreevey, Christopher T. Fisher, and Alan Dawley, Global America: The United States in the Twentieth Century
David A. Hollinger, Protestants Abroad: How Missionaries Tried to Change the World but Changed America
  Robert Shaffer
  Cyrus Schayegh, The Middle East and the Making of the Modern World
  Corey Sherman
  Philip Ball, The Water Kingdom: A Secret History of China
  by Reid Wyatt
   
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