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Volume 17 • Number 1

February 2020

  Editor's Message

FORUM: Vikings in World History

  Guest Editor: Elizabeth M. Swedo
  Introduction: Forum on Vikings in World History
  by Elizabeth M. Swedo
  Hornless Northmen: Teaching Vikings as People in the World History Context
  by Elizabeth M. Swedo
  The Legacy of the Ting: Viking Justice, Egalitarianism, and Modern Scandinavian Regional Governance
  by Ellen A. Ahlness
  Vikings, Vínland, and the Indigenous "Other"
  by Hayden Eric Godfrey


  Turning on the Historian's Macroscope: A Call to Foreground the Teaching and Learning of Data Visualizations in World History Education
  by Tamara L. Shreiner
  Digital Resources for Vikings in World History
  by John Maunu

Review Essay

  Exploring a New Age in World History: Dickinson's The Long 20th Century
  by Tom Laichas

Book Reviews

  Shelly Chan, Diaspora's Homeland: Modern China in the Age of Global Migration
  by Jonathan Dresner
  Lisa Pine, Debating Genocide
  by Robert Klemm
  Goode, Michael and John Smolenski, eds. The Specter of Peace: Rethinking the Violence and Power in the Colonial Atlantic
  by Shayna Mehas
  Peter Linebaugh, Red Round Globe Hot Burning: A Tale at the Crossroads of Commons and Closure, of Love and Terror, of Race and Class, and of Kate and Ned Despard
  by Eva-Maria Swidler
  Books available for review


Elizabeth M. Swedo Elizabeth M. Swedo
Ellen A. Ahlness Ellen A. Ahlness
Tamara L. Shreiner Tamara L. Shreiner
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