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Volume 17 • Number 2

June 2020

  Editor's Message

FORUM: Diffusion, Comparisons, and Periodization in the Pre-modern World

  by Marc Jason Gilbert
  War Elephants East and West
  by Stanley M. Burstein
  The Axial Age and Epic Literature: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Interrogating Historical Parallelisms for the World History Classroom
  by Joseph M. Snyder
  What's in a Date?: Starting a World History Course at 1200 CE
  by Paul Philp


  Jesuit Education in Contemporary Urban India: A Study in Global Institutional Change
  by Luke Sullivan and Howard Spodek
  The Classical World: An Annotated World History Digital Resource Guide to Research and Classroom Approaches
  by John Maunu

Book Reviews

  Eric D. Weitz, A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States
  by Michael Clinton
  Harry Harootunian, The Unspoken as Heritage: The Armenian Genocide and Its Unaccounted Lives
  by Guy Lancaster
  Noel Malcolm, Useful Enemies: Islam and The Ottoman Empire in Western Political Thought, 1450–1750
  by Andrew N. Wender
  Charles A. Desnoyers, Patterns of East Asian History
  by Reid Wyatt
  Books available for review


Stanley M. Burstein Stanley M. Burstein
Joseph E. Snyder Joseph E. Snyder
Luke Sullivan and Howard Spodek Luke Sullivan and Howard Spodek
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