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Volume 16 • Number 2

June 2019

Editor's Message

FORUM: Film and World History

Guest Editor: Scott C.M. Bailey
Introduction: Forum on Film and World History
by Scott C.M. Bailey
Ideas for Constructing World History on Film Courses
by Scott C.M. Bailey
How to Read a Historical Film
by Peter Burkholder
Resistance and Collaboration in Chinese World War II Films
by Desmond Cheung
The Ocean as Metaphor and Avenue for Progress: Views of World History in Chinese Television Documentaries
by Robert Eng
Whom the Gods Would Destroy and the Film Campaign for the League of Nations
by Alex Holowicki
Adam Curtis' Spooky Carnival: The Documentarian as World Historian
by Todd Scarth
We do need an education: Teaching Pink Floyd: The Wall
by Libi Sundermann and Joshua Scullin
History and Film and the Challenges of Memory: The Case of Ari Folman's Waltz With Bashir
by Eric Engel Tuten


Australia and the United States: Comparisons and Conjunctures Between Settler Societies in the Pacific World
by David Neumann
Digital Resources for Teaching World History with Cinema and Film
by John Maunu

Book Reviews

Stuart Gordon, There and Back: Twelve Great Routes of Human History
by Tom Laichas
Michael A. Gomez, African Dominion A New History of Empire in Early and Medieval West Africa
Lawrence James, Empires in the Sun: The Struggle for the Mastery of Africa
Y. G-M. Lulat
Jürgen Osterhammel, Unfabling the East: The Enlightenment's Encounter with Asia
Dave Neumann
Michael G. Vann and Liz Clarke, The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empire, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam
Matthew Schauer
Geoffrey B. Robinson, The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965–1966
by Michael G. Vann
Books available for review

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