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Volume 9 • Number 3

October 2012

Editor's Message

FORUM: The Question of Historical Perspective in World Historical Analysis

Guest Editor: Helen Grady
Rethinking the Long 19th Century in World History: Assessments and Alternatives
by Peter N. Stearns
Autonomous Histories and World History
by Wynn W. Gadkar-Wilcox
World History Analysis and the Comparative Study of Genocide
by Brenda Melendy
Regionalism and the Critique of "Eurocentrism": A Europeanist's Perspective on Teaching Modern World History
by Alexander Maxwell
The little dog of the Fondaco dei Tedeschi. On nations, globalization and periodization in the history curriculum
by Harry Jansen


The Effects of the American Civil War on Hawai’i and the Pacific World
by Justin W. Vance and Anita Manning
Teachers as Mediators of Conceptual Complexity in World History
by David Neumann
From Straight Lines to Complex Networks: A 21st-Century Paradigm for Teaching History
by John Murnane
Digital Resources for The Other in World History
by John Maunu

Book Reviews

Forgetting and Remembering: New Books on China and the West in the Nineteenth Century
by Maura Elizabeth Cunningham
Stephanie A. Hallock, The World in the 20th Century: A Thematic Approach
by James A. Diskant
Ronald Grigor Suny, Fatma MügeGöçek, and Norman M. Naimark (ed.). A Question of Genocide: Armenians and Turks at the End of the Ottoman Empire.
by Elizabeth Dukovich
Bonnie G. Smith, Marc Van De Mieroop, Richard Von Glahn, and Kris Lane, Crossroads and Cultures: A History of the World's Peoples
by Michael J. Galgano
Alfred J. Andrea and James H. Overfield, The Human Record: Sources of Global History. Volume I: To 1500, Seventh EditionBCE
by Terry D. Goddard
Antoinette Burton, A Primer for Teaching World History: Ten Design Principles
by Jeremy Greene
John David Lewis, Nothing Less than Victory: Decisive Wars and the Lessons of History
by Chris Thomas
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