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Volume 10 • Number 3

October 2013

Editor's Message
Jerry H. Bentley Dedicated to Jerry H. Bentley

FORUM: Jesuits and World History

Introduction to the Forum on Jesuits in World History: Scholarly Approaches and Classroom Resources
Guest Editor: Tom Taylor, Seattle University
"The Mission" That Wasn't: Yucatan's Jesuits, the Mayas, and El Petén, 1703–1767
by Mark Lentz
The Jesuits in Korea: Influence without Presence  
by Franklin D. Rausch  
Gaining the Heart of Prester John: Loyola's Blueprint for Ethiopia in Three Key Documents  
by Matteo Salvadore  
Passage Denied! Dangers and Limitations of Jesuit Travel Throughout Eurasia During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries  
by Frederik Vermote  
Religion and Trade Through Jesuit Eyes: Bringing Early Modern Central Asia into the World History Classroom  
by Daniel J. Watkins  
Jesuit Missionaries as Agents of Empire: The Spanish-Chamorro War and Ecological Effects of Conversion on Guam, 1668–1769  
by Cynthia Ross Wiecko  


Go-Betweens and the Greek Cities of the Black Sea  
by Stanley M. Burstein  
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in World History: Using the Voyages Database in the Classroom  
by Jane Hooper  
Selecting History's Lessons: Deciding and Justifying What We Teach  
by Amit Kobrowski  
Some Approaches to the Ottoman Empire as part of a World History Curriculum  
by Robert Zens  

Book Reviews

Valerie Hansen, The Silk Road: A New History  
by Serge Avery  
Wolfgang Reinhard, A Short History of Colonialism  
by Rasa Baločkaitė  
Richard H. Wilkinson, Editor. Tausret: Forgotten Queen and Pharaoh of Egypt  
by Christine Newton Bush  
Nicholas Canny and Philip Morgan, eds. The Oxford Handbook of The Atlantic World 1450-1850  
by Yves Laberge  
Kenneth Pomeranz and Steven Topik, The World That Trade Created: Society, Culture, and the World Economy, 1400 to the Present, Third Edition  
by Robert Shaffer  
Eric Vanhaute, World History: An Introduction  
by Mark Soderstrom  
William Kelleher Storey, The First World War: A Concise Global History  
by Alexander Vari  
Books available for review  


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