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Volume 14 • Number 3

October 2017

Editor's Message

FORUM: The Philippines and World History

Guest Editor, James Tueller
Introduction: Forum on the Philippines and World History
by James Tueller
Toward a World History of Small Countries: The Philippines as a Global Connector
by Paul Adams
Layers of Time and Place: San Pedro Macati, Metro Manila, the Philippines
by James Tueller
Caquenga and Feminine Social Power in the Philippines
by Steven James Fluckiger
Violence and Imagination: Conquering the Chinese and Creating the Philippines, 1574-1603
by Ethan Hawkley
Modernizing the Colony: Ports in Colonial Philippines, 1880-1908
by Didac Cubeiro
Embracing the Pejorative, Challenging Authority: Resistance in Philippine and African and African Diaspora Contexts
by Paul A Rodell


Identities in Crisis: Representations of Other and Self in Manchuria during the Plague Years of 1910-1911
by Michael Corsi
Reading Vermeer's Hat: A Professional Reading Model for Novice World Historians
by Thomas Mounkhall

Book Reviews

Jan C. Jansen and Jürgen Osterhammel, Decolonization: A Short History
by Abou B. Bamba
Glenda Sluga and Patricia Clavin, eds., Internationalisms: A Twentieth-Century History
by Dave Neumann
Valerie Hansen, The Silk Road: A New History with Documents
by Christian Philip Peterson
Jonathan Lamb, Scurvy: The Disease of Discovery
by Dylan Ruediger
Richard Jean So, Transpacific Community: America, China, and the Rise and Fall of a Cultural Network
by Robert Shaffer
Valerie A. Kivelson and Ronald Grigor Suny, Russia's Empires
by Mark A. Soderstrom
Antoinette Burton and Tony Ballantyne, eds., World Histories from Below: Disruption and Dissent, 1750 to the Present
by Merry Wiesner-Hanks
Books available for review

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