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Contents

Volume 18 • Number 1

February 2021


 
Brief Summary of the Issue
From the Editor, Marc Jason Gilbert
 

FORUM: Updating the Role of Latin America and World History

Guest Editors: Rick Warner with Nikki Magie
 
Introduction to the Forum
Rick Warner and Nikki Magie

Articles

Too Despacito: Reflections on Teaching Latin America in the Global Context
Monica Bond-Lamberty
 
From the Margins to the Centre: Brazil in Atlantic and World History
Suzanne Marie Litrel
 
Little House on the Prairie in Sonora: Borderlands, the Comcáac, and World History
Andrae M. Marak
 
Eating Jamaica: How Food is Used as a Tool to Create and Reinforce Cultural Identity
Alyssa J. Sperry
 
Digital Guide to Resources on Latin America and World History
John Maunu, Marc Jason Gilbert, and Rick Warner
 

Individual Articles

Missing in Action: Africans in World History Textbooks
Laura J. Dull
 
The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Person: Jan Kozlowski and the Russian Revolution
Tom Taylor

Book Reviews

Eric Paul Roorda, editor, The Ocean Reader: History, Culture, Politics. Durham: Duke University Press, 2020.
Patricia B. Bixel
 
Chris S. Duvall, The African Roots of Marijuana. Durham: Duke University Press, 2019.
Paul Hoelscher
 
Bonnie G. Smith. Women in World History: 1450 to the Present. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.
Tracey Rizzo
 
Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz, Asian Place, Filipino Nation: A Global Intellectual History of the Philippine Revolution, 1887-1912.
Michael Vann
 
 
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