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World History Connected: Books Available for Review as of February 2019

World History Connected has a number of fascinating and timely books available for review. Email the book review editor, Christine Skwiot, at a brief biography or C.V. and the title that you would like to review. Please note that availability is subject to change and that World History Connected cannot honor every request. In addition, WHC can only ship books to the United States and Canada.





Chan, Shelly

Diaspora's Homeland: Modern China in the Age of Global Migration

Durham: Duke University Press


Dickinson, Edward Ross

The World in the Long Twentieth Century: An Interpretive History

Oakland: University of California Press


Getachew, Adom

Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination

Princeton: Princeton University Press


Getz, Trevor

The Long Nineteenth Century, 1750–1914: Crucible of Modernity

New York: Bloomsbury


Rosenthal, Gregory

Beyond Hawaiʻi: Native Labor in the Pacific World

Oakland: University of California Press


Scaub, Jean Frédéric

Race Is about Politics: Lessons from History. Translated by Lara Vergnaud

Princeton: Princeton University Press


Weisner-Hanks, Merry E. and Urmi Engineer Willoughby

A Primer for Teaching Women, Gender, and Sexuality in World History: Ten Design Principles

Durham, NC: Duke University Press


Yang, Bin

Cowrie Shells and Cowrie Money: A Global History

New York: Routledge




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