Journal of World History, vols. 1-10 (1990-1999): Cumulative Index

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A

Aase, Andreas. Review of Kirkham, ed., The “New World Order” in Historical Perspective, 8:184-86

Adas, Michael

  • Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance (reviewed by Jones), 2:245-47
  • Review of Chaudhuri and Strobel, eds., Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance, 5:370-73
  • Technology and European Overseas Enterprise: Diffusion, Adaption, and Adoption (ed.) (reviewed by Coopersmith), 10:462-63
  • See also Stearns, Peter N., Michael Adas, and Stuart B. Schwartz

Adshead, S.A.M.

  • Central Asia in World History (reviewed by Christian), 6:127-29
  • China in World History (reviewed by Rossabi), 1:263-64
  • Salt and Civilization (reviewed by Jones), 4:329-31

Africa and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World, 1400-1680 by Thornton (reviewed by Jackson), 5:353-56

“Africa and the Atlantic Islands Meet the Garden of Eden: Christopher Columbus’s View of America,” by William D. Phillips Jr., 3:149-64

“After the Conquest: The Survival of Indigenous Patterns of Life and Belief,” by Frances Karttunen, 3:239-56

The Age of Discovery by Hattendorf (reviewed by Still), 10:457-59

The Age of Extremes: A History of the World, 1914-1991 by Hobsbawm (reviewed by Palat), 8:179-81

Agriculture, Resource Exploitation, and Environmental Change, edited by Wheatley (reviewed by McNeill), 10:466-68

Ahlström, Göran. Review of Stearns, The Industrial Revolution in World History, 6:287-90

Alabi’s World by Price (reviewed by Sweet), 3:277-81

The Alchemy of Happiness by al-Ghazzali (reviewed by Bodman), 4:336-38

Alden, Dauril

  • “Changing Jesuit Perceptions of the Brasis during the Sixteenth Century,” 3:205-18
  • The Making of an Enterprise: The Jesuits in Portugal, Its Empire and Beyond, 1540-1750 (reviewed by Coates), 9:283-86
  • Review of Roger C. Smith, Vanguard of Empire: Ships of Exploration in the Age of Columbus, 6:137-39

Allardyce, Gilbert, “Toward World History: American Historians and the Coming of the World History Course,” 1:23-76

Allen, Theodore. The Invention of the White Race. Vol. 2, The Origin of Racial Oppression in Anglo-America (reviewed by Smedley), 10:234-37

Allsen, Thomas T. Commodity and Exchange in the Mongol Empire: A Cultural History of Islamic Textiles (reviewed by Martin), 10:223-27

The American Century: The Rise and Decline of the United States as a World Power by White (reviewed by Craig), 9:305-308

“The ‘American Century’ in World History,” by Donald White, 3:105-27

“The American Rampant: Reflections on the Impact of United States Troops in Allied Countries during World War II,” by Ken Coates and W. R. Morrison, 2:201-221

“The American YMCA in Meiji Japan: God’s Work Gone Awry,” by Jon Thares Davidann, 6:107-25

The Americas in the Spanish World Order: The Justification for Conquest in the Seventeenth Century by Muldoon (reviewed by Watts), 8:329-30

Andaya, Leonard, The World of Maluku: Eastern Indonesia in the Early Modern Period, (reviewed by Charney), 7:145-49

Anderson, J. L.

  • “Piracy and World History: An Economic Perspective on Maritime Predation,” 6:175-99
  • Review of Hugill, World Trade since 1431: Geography, Technology and Capitalism, 7:307-309
  • Review of Alan K. Smith, Creating a World Economy: Merchant Capital, Colonialism, and World Trade, 1400-1825, 6:140-42

Andrea, Alfred J., and James H. Overfield, eds., The Human Record: Sources of Global History (reviewed by Bucholz), 3:263-65

Anglin, Jay Pascal. Review of Strayer et al., The Making of the Modern World: Connected Histories, Divergent Paths (1500 to the Present), 1:257-60

“Anglo-Indian Vested Interests and Civil Service Education, 1800-1858: Indications of an East India Company Line,” by Jacob Thiessen, 5:23-46

The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific by Obeyesekere (reviewed by Campbell), 5:367-70

Arasaratnam, S., “Recent Trends in the Historiography of the Indian Ocean, 1500 to 1800,” 1:225-48

Atleo, Marlene R. Review of Bracken, The Potlatch Papers:?A Colonial Case History, 10:246-50

Arctic Mirrors: Russia and the Small Peoples of the North by Slezkine (reviewed by Brower), 7:317-20

Arrowsmith-Brown, J. H., ed. and trans., Prutky’s Travels in Ethiopia and Other Countries (reviewed by Schaefer), 5:364-67

Asia before Europe: Economy and Civilisation of the Indian Ocean from the Rise of Islam to 1750 by Chaudhuri (reviewed by Stein), 4:155-58

Asia in Western and World History: A Guide for Teaching by Embree and Gluck (reviewed by Lococo), 10:436-38

“The Asia-Pacific Idea: Reality and Representation in the Invention of a Regional Structure,” by Arif Dirlik, 3:55-79

Asian and European Feudalism: Three Studies in Comparative History by Ma (reviewed by Guzman), 2:242-45

Asian Voyages: Two Thousand Years of Constructing the Other by Dathorne (reviewed by D’Arcy), 9:275-78

An Atlas and Survey of South Asian History by Schmidt (reviewed by Sharma), 7:141-43

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Bakewell, Peter, ed. Mines of Silver and Gold in the Americas (reviewed by Flynn and Giráldez), 10:468-73

Balewa, Alhaji Sir Aubakar Tafawa, Shaihu Umar (reviewed by Page), 2:247-49

Barfield, Thomas J., The Perilous Frontier: Nomadic Empires and China (reviewed by Chappell), 6:276-79

Barlow, Tani E., Formations of Colonial Modernity in East Asia (reviewed by Morris-Suzuki), 10:485-87

Barnwell, P. S., Emperor, Prefects, and Kings: The Roman West, 395-565 (reviewed by Hood), 5:351-53

Bartholomew, James R., “Modern Science in Japan: Comparative Perspectives,” 4:101-16

Bartlett, Robert, The Making of Europe: Conquest, Colonization, and Cultural Change, 950-1350 (reviewed by Hill), 7:143-45

Baud, Michiel, and Willem van Schendel, “Toward a Comparative History of Borderlands,” 8:211-42

Beckwith, Christopher I., The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: A History of the Struggle for Great Power among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs and Chinese during the Early Middle Ages (reviewed by Golden), 1:264-68

BeDuhn, Jason David. Review of Lieu, Manichaeism in the Later Roman Empire and Medieval China, 5:142-45

Beinart, William, and Peter Coates, Environment and History: The Taming of Nature in the USA and South Africa (reviewed by McNeill), 8:331-32

Bentley, Jerry H.

  • “Hemispheric Integration, 500-1500 C.E.,” 237-54
  • “A New Forum for Global History,” 1:iii-v
  • Old World Encounters: Cross-Cultural Contacts and Exchanges in Pre-Modern Times (reviewed by McNeill), 6:130-32

Benton, Lauren, “From the World-Systems Perspective to Institutional World History: Culture and Economy in Global Theory,” 7:261-95

Between Worlds: Interpreters, Guides, and Survivors by Karttunen (reviewed by Merrell), 6:269-71

Beyond Eurocentrism: A New View of Modern World History by Gran (reviewed by Northrup), 10:447-49

“Big Cats and Imperialism: Lion and Tiger Hunting in Kenya and Northern India, 1898-1930,” by William K. Storey, 2:135-73

The Birth of African-American Culture: An Anthropological Perspective by Mintz and Price (reviewed by Palmer), 5:356-58

Bjork, Katharine, “The Link That Kept the Philippines Spanish: Mexican Merchant Interests and the Manila Trade, 1571-1815,” 9:25-50

Black, Jeremy. Review of Blussé, van der Putten, and Vogel, eds., Pilgrims to the Past: Private Conversations with Historians of European Expansion, 9:286-88

Black Athena (video) (reviewed by Knight), 4:325-27

Blanco, Walter. Review of Evans, Herodotus: Explorer of the Past, 4:151-53

Blaut, James M.

  • The Colonizer’s Model of the World: Geographical Diffusionism and Eurocentric History (reviewed by Burke), 6:263-66
  • Review of Lewis and Wigen, The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography, 10:205-10

Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War by Ehrenreich (reviewed by Helms), 10:431-34

Blue, Gregory

  • “Gobineau on China: Race Theory, the “Yellow Peril,” and the Critique of Modernity,” 10:93-139
  • Review of Bodde, Chinese Thought, Society, and Science: The Intellectual and Social Background of Science and Technology in Pre-Modern China, 7:137-41
  • Review of Huff, The Rise of Early Modern Science: Islam, China, and the West, 7:137-41
  • Review of Israel, Dutch Primacy in World Trade, 1585-1740, 4:341-44
  • Review of Lovejoy and Hogendorn, Slow Death of Slavery: The Course of Abolition in Northern Nigeria, 1897-1936, 7:149-52

Blussé, Leonard, Frans-Paul van der Putten, and Hans Vogel, eds., Pilgrims to the Past: Private Conversations with Historians of European Expansion (reviewed by Black), 9:286-88

Bodde, Derk, Chinese Thought, Society, and Science: The Intellectual and Social Background of Science and Technology in Pre-Modern China (reviewed by Blue), 7:137-41

Bodman, Herbert L., Jr. Review of al-Ghazzali, The Alchemy of Happiness, 4:336-38

The Body in Parts: Fantasies of Corporeality in Early-Modern Europe, edited by Hillman and Mazzio (reviewed by Hoffman), 9:293-96

Borders of Chinese Civilization: Geography and History at Empire’s End by Howland (reviewed by Earns), 10:240-43

Born to Die: Disease and New World Conquest, 1492-1650 by Cook (reviewed by Watts), 10:459-61

“Born with a ‘Silver Spoon’: The Origin of World Trade in 1571,” by Dennis O. Flynn and Arturo Giráldez, 6:201-21

“Botany, Chemistry and Tropical Development,” by Daniel R. Headrick, 7:1-20

Boucher, Philip P., Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492-1763 (reviewed by Karttunen), 5:358-61

Boyajian, James C., Portuguese Trade in Asia under the Habsburgs (reviewed by ?De Silva), 6:142-44

Bracken, Christopher. The Potlatch Papers:?A Colonial Case History (reviewed by Atleo), 10:246-50

Brady, Thomas A. Review of Spruyt, The Sovereign State and Its Competitors: ?An Analysis of Systems Change, 8:163-65

Brennan, Lance. See Shlomowitz, Ralph.

Brooks, George E.

  • Landlords and Strangers: Ecology, Society, and Trade in Western Africa, 1000-1630 (reviewed by Thornton), 6:132-35
  • “An Undergraduate World History Curriculum for the Twenty-First Century,” 2:65-79

Brower, Daniel. Review of Slezkine, Arctic Mirrors: Russia and the Small Peoples of the North, 7:317-20

Brown, Philip C. Review of Miyoshi and Harootunian, eds., Japan in the World, 6:279-83

Brownlee, John

  • Response to Letter to the Editor, 10:507-509
  • Review of Shaffer, Maritime Southeast Asia to 1500, 9:281-82

Bucholz, Arden. Review of Andrea and Overfield, The Human Record: Sources of Global History, 3:263-65

Buck, David D., “Was It Pluck or Luck That Made the West Grow Rich?” 10:413-30

Buell, Frederick, National Culture and the New Global System (reviewed by Dirlik), 7:323-26

Burke, Edmund, III

  • Global Crises and Social Movements: Artisans, Peasants, Populists, and the World Economy (reviewed by Chirot), 2:108-10
  • “Marshall G. S. Hodgson and the Hemispheric Interregional Approach to World History,” 6:237-50
  • “Middle Eastern History and World History,” 3:257-62
  • Review of Blaut, The Colonizer’s Model of the World: Geographical Diffusionism and Eurocentric History, 6:263-66

Buschmann, Rainer. Review of Thomas, In Oceania: Visions, Artifacts, Histories, 10:250-53

Buultjens, Ralph. See Mazlish, Bruce

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C

The Cambridge Illustrated History of the British Empire edited by Marshall (reviewed by Hoffenberg), 8:338-43

The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare: The Triumph of the West edited by Parker (reviewed by Morillo), 8:160-63

The Cambridge Survey of World Migration, edited by Cohen (reviewed by Northrup), 9:129-31

Cameron, Rondo

  • A Concise Economic History of the World from Paleolithic Times to the Present (reviewed by Tipton), 3:265-69
  • Review of Kindleberger, Historical Economics: Art or Science?, 3:129-30

Campbell, I. C.

  • “Culture Contact and Polynesian Identity in the European Age,” 8:29-55
  • “The Lateen Sail in World History,” 6:1-23
  • Review of Obeyesekere, The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific, 5:367-70

Campbell, Mary B. The Witness and the Other World: Exotic European Travel Writing, 400-1600 (reviewed by Dunn), 2:95-99

Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492-1763 by Boucher (reviewed by Karttunen), 5:358-61

Canny, Nicholas, ed., Europeans on the Move: Studies on European Migration, 1500-1800 (reviewed by Hoerder), 7:309-12

The Career and Legend of Vasco da Gama by Subrahmanyam (reviewed by Russell-Wood), 10:452-57

“The Case for ‘Big History,'” by David Christian, 2:223-38

Çelik, Zeynep, Displaying the Orient: Architecture of Islam at Nineteenth-Century World’s Fairs (reviewed by Eickelman), 6:147-49

Central Asia in World History by Adshead (reviewed by Christian), 6:127-29

Champions of Charity:?War and the Rise of the Red Cross by Hutchinson (reviewed by Reber), 10:243-46

“Changing Jesuit Perceptions of the Brasis During the Sixteenth Century,” by Dauril Alden, 3:205-18

Chappell, David A.

  • “The Crisis of Bipolar Ethnicity on the Great Frontier: Nativist ‘Democracy’ in Fiji, Malaysia, and New Caledonia,” 1:171-98
  • Double Ghosts: Oceanian Voyages on Euroamerican Ships (reviewed by Hezel), 10:479-81
  • “Ethnogenesis and Frontiers,” 4:267-75
  • “Frontier Ethnogenesis: The Case of New Caledonia,” 4:307-24
  • Review of Barfield, The Perilous Frontier: Nomadic Empires and China, 6:276-79
  • Review of Curtin, The Rise and Fall of the Plantation Complex: Essays in Atlantic History, 3:140-42
  • Review of White, The Middle Ground: Indians, Empires, and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815, 6:276-79

Charney, Michael W.

  • Review of Andaya, The World of Maluku: Eastern Indonesia in the Early Modern Period, 7:145-49
  • Review of Reid, Southeast Asia in the Early Modern Era: Trade, Power, and Belief, 7:145-49

Chase-Dunn, Christopher, and Thomas D. Hall, eds., Core/Periphery Relations in Precapitalist Worlds (reviewed by Helms), 3:133-35

Chaudhuri, K. N.

  • Asia before Europe: Economy and Civilisation of the Indian Ocean from the Rise of Islam to 1750 (reviewed by Stein), 4:155-58
  • “The Unity and Disunity of Indian Ocean History from the Rise of Islam to 1750: The Outline of a Theory and Historical Discourse,” 4:1-21

Chaudhuri, Nupur, and Margaret Strobel, eds., Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance (reviewed by Adas), 5:370-73

Chavalas, Mark W. Review of Freeman, Egypt, Greece and Rome: Civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean, 9:278-80

China and Japan in the Global Setting by Iriye (reviewed by Littrup), 8:172-76

China in World History by Adshead (reviewed by Rossabi), 1:263-64

Chinese Maritime Activities and Socioeconomic Development, c. 2100 b.c.-1900 a.d. by Gang Deng (reviewed by Van Tilburg), 10:213-15

The Chinese Revolution in Historical Perspective by Schrecker (reviewed by Uhalley), 4:162-65

Chinese Thought, Society, and Science: The Intellectual and Social Background of Science and Technology in Pre-Modern China by Bodde (reviewed by Blue), 7:137-41

Chirot, Daniel. Review of Burke, Global Crises and Social Movements: Artisans, Peasants, Populists, and the World Economy, 2:108-10

Choi, Chungmoo, ed. The Comfort Women: Colonialism, War, and Sex (reviewed by Moon), 10:271-76

Christian, David

  • “The Case for ‘Big History,'” 2:223-38
  • “‘Inner Eurasia’ as a Unit of World History,” 5:173-211
  • Review of Adshead, Central Asia in World History, 6:127-29
  • “Silk Roads or Steppe Roads? The Silk Roads in World History,” 11:1-26

“The ‘Civilizing’ of Indigenous People in Nineteenth-Century Canada,” by Mark Francis, 9:51-87

“The Civilizing Process and the Domestication of Fire,” by Johan Goudsblom, 3:1-12

Clancy-Smith, Julia A., Rebel and Saint: Muslim Notables, Populist Protest, Colonial Encounters (Algeria and Tunisia, 1800-1904) (reviewed by Hoisington), 9:125-27

Clark, Hugh C., “Muslims and Hindus in the Culture and Morphology of Quanzhou from the Tenth to the Thirteenth Century,” 6:49-74

Clark, Hugh R. Review of Wriggins, Xuanzang: A Buddhist Pilgrim on the Silk Road, 9:119-21

Clark, Robert P.

  • The Global Imperative: An Interpretive History of the Spread of Humankind (reviewed by Mandalios), 9:269-72
  • Review of Diamond, Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies, 10:203-205

Cleland, Joel S. Review of DeFronzo, Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements, 5:156-58

Coates, Ken and W. R. Morrison, “The American Rampant: Reflections on the Impact of the United States Troops in Allied Countries during World War II,” 2:201-21

Coates, Peter. See Beinart, William

Coates, Timothy J.

  • Review of Alden, The Making of an Enterprise: The Jesuits in Portugal, Its Empire and Beyond, 1540-1750, 9:283-86
  • Review of Russell-Wood, A World on the Move: The Portuguese in Africa, Asia, and America, 1415-1808, 5:361-64

Cohen, Robin

  • The Cambridge Survey of World Migration (ed.) (reviewed by Northrup), 9:129-31
  • Global Diasporas: An Introduction (reviewed by Miller), 10:441-47

Cohen, Robin, and Zig Layton-Henry, eds., The Politics of Migration (reviewed by Miller), 10:441-47

Colonial Encounters in the Age of High Imperialism by Cook (reviewed by Headrick), 10:237-40

Colonial Masculinity: The “Manly Englishman” and the “Effeminate” Bengali in the Late Nineteenth Century by Sinha (reviewed by Gupta), 8:344-46

Colonialism: A Theoretical Overview by Osterhammel (reviewed by Mazlish), 10:232-34

“Colonialism Revisited: Recent Historiography,” by Robert Van Niel, 1:109-124

The Colonizer’s Model of the World: Geographical Diffusionism and Eurocentric History by Blaut (reviewed by Burke), 6:263-66

The Comfort Women: Colonialism, War, and Sex edited by Choi (reviewed by Moon), 10:271-76

Coming Full Circle: An Economic History of the Pacific Rim by Jones, Frost, and White (reviewed by Duiker), 6:274-76

Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity by Gillis, ed. (reviewed by Inglis), 6:271-73

Commodity and Exchange in the Mongol Empire: A Cultural History of Islamic Textiles by Allsen (reviewed by Martin), 10:223-27

“Comparative History as World History: Religious Conversion in Modern India,” by Richard M. Eaton, 8:243-71

The Comparative Imagination: On the History of Racism, Nationalism and Social Movements by Fredrickson (reviewed by Gump), 10:476-78

Conceptualizing Global History by Mazlish and Buultjens (reviewed by Spier), 7:134-36

A Concise Economic History of the World from Paleolithic Times to the Present by Cameron (reviewed by Tipton), 3:265-69

Confronting Historical Paradigms: Peasants, Labor, and the Capitalist World System in Africa and Latin America by Cooper, Isaacman, Mallon, Roseberry, and Stern (reviewed by Lockard), 6:284-87

Conklin, Alice L., A Mission to Civilize: The Republican Idea of Empire in France and West Africa, 1895-1930 (reviewed by Groff), 10:488-91

Cook, Noble David

  • Born to Die: Disease and New World Conquest, 1492-1650 (reviewed by Watts), 10:459-61
  • Review of Watts, Epidemics and History: Disease, Power, and Imperialism, 10:434-36

Cook, Scott B. Colonial Encounters in the Age of High Imperialism (reviewed by Headrick), 10:237-40

Coope, Jessica A., “Religious and Cultural Conversion to Islam in Ninth-Century Umayyad Córdoba,” 4:47-68

Cooper, Frederick, Allen F. Isaacman, Florencia E. Mallon, William Roseberry, and Steve J. Stern, Confronting Historical Paradigms: Peasants, Labor, and the Capitalist World System in Africa and Latin America (reviewed by Lockard), 6:284-87

Coopersmith, Jonathan. Review of Adas, ed., Technology and European Overseas Enterprise: Diffusion, Adaption, and Adoption, 10:462-63

Core/Periphery Relations in Precapitalist Worlds by Chase-Dunn and Hall (reviewed by Helms), 3:133-35

Corr, William. Review of Iriye, Cultural Internationalism and World Order, 9:303-305

Costello, Paul, World Historians and Their Goals: Twentieth-Century Answers to Modernism (reviewed by Mears), 5:373-76

Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900 by Devens (reviewed by Grim), 5:148-51

The Course of Human History: Economic Growth, Social Process, and Civilization by Goudsblom, Jones, and Mennell (reviewed by Mears), 10:211-13

The Covenant Makers: Islander Missionaries in the Pacific, edited by Munro and Thornley (reviewed by Hezel), 10:253-56

Crabtree, Charlotte. See Nash, Gary B.

Craig, Campbell. Review of White, The American Century: The Rise and Decline of the United States as a World Power, 9:305-308

Creating a World Economy: Merchant Capital, Colonialism, and World Trade, 1400-1825, by Alan K. Smith (reviewed by Anderson), 6:140-42

“The Crisis of Bipolar Ethnicity on the Great Frontier: Nativist ‘Democracy’ in Fiji, Malaysia, and New Caledonia,” by David A. Chappell, 1:171-98

Crittenden, Robert. See Schieffelin, Edward L.

Croizier, Ralph C., “World History in the People’s Republic of China,” 1:151-69

Crosby, Alfred W.

  • Germs and Seeds and Animals: Studies in Ecological History (reviewed by Grabill), 6:256-63
  • “Infectious Disease and the Demography of the Atlantic Peoples,” 2:119-33
  • The Measure of Reality: Quantification and Western Society, 1250-1600 (reviewed by Pacey), 10:218-20
  • See also Karttunen, Frances, and Alfred W. Crosby

“A Cross-Cultural Conflict Reexamined: Annette Akroyd and Keshub Chunder Sen,” by M. A. Scherer, 7:231-59

“Cross-Cultural Trade and Diplomacy: Portuguese Relations with West Africa, 1441-1521,” by Ivana Elbl, 3:165-204

Croizier, Ralph. Review of Martin, The Making of a Sino-Marxist World View: Perceptions and Interpretations of World History in the People’s Republic of China, 3:143-45

Cultural Internationalism and World Order by Iriye (reviewed by Corr), 9:303-305

“Culture Contact and Polynesian Identity in the European Age,” by I. C. Campbell, 8:29-55

Cummings, William. Review of Lowe and Lloyd, eds., The Politics of Culture in the Shadow of Capital, 10:502-504

Curtin, Philip D.

  • “The Environment beyond Europe and the European Theory of Empire,” 1:131-50
  • “Graduate Teaching in World History,” 2:81-89
  • “Location in History: Argentina and South Africa in the Nineteenth Century,” 10:41-92
  • The Rise and Fall of the Plantation Complex: Essays in Atlantic History (reviewed by Chappell), 3:140-42

Curtis, Kenneth R. Review of Mnyampala, The Gogo: History, Customs, and Traditions, 7:320-23

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Dale, Stephen Frederik, Indian Merchants and Eurasian Trade, 1600-1750 (reviewed by Wills), 8:333-34

Daniel, Elton. Review of Eickelman and Piscatori, Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration, and the Religious Imagination, 3:271-73

D’Arcy, Paul. Review of Dathorne, Asian Voyages: Two Thousand Years of Constructing the Other, 9:275-78

Darling, Linda T., “The Ottoman Empire through British Eyes: Paul Rycaut’s The Present State of the Ottoman Empire,” 5:71-97

Dathorne, O. R.

  • Asian Voyages: Two Thousand Years of Constructing the Other (reviewed by D’Arcy), 9:275-78
  • Imagining the World: Mythical Belief versus Reality in Global Encounters (reviewed by Watts), 8:329-330

Davidann, Jon Thares

  • “The American YMCA in Meiji Japan: God’s Work Gone Awry,” 6:107-25
  • Review of Large, Emperor Hirohito and Showa Japan: A Political Biography, 10:263-65

de Bary, William Theodore, East Asian Civilizations: A Dialogue in Five Stages (reviewed by Kwok), 1:260-62

DeFronzo, James, Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements (reviewed by Cleland), 5:156-58

“Democracy and Globalization: Nineteen Eighty-nine and the ‘Third Wave,'” by Jarle Simensen, 10:391-411

Democracy: The Unfinished Journey, 508 B.C. to A.D. 1993 by Dunn (reviewed by Muhlberger), 5:378-80

“Democracy’s Place in World History,” by Steven Muhlberger and Phil Paine, 4:23-45

Deng, Gang. Chinese Maritime Activities and Socioeconomic Development, c. 2100 B.C.-1900 A.D. (reviewed by Van Tilburg), 10:213-15

Dependency and the Foreign Policy of a Small Power: The Liberian Case by Kieh (reviewed by Saha), 5:376-78

De Silva, Chandra R.

  • Review of Boyajian, Portuguese Trade in Asia under the Habsburgs, 6:142-44
  • Review of Scammell, Ships, Oceans and Empire: Studies in European Maritime and Colonial History, 1400-1750, 7:304-306

Desnoyers, Charles, “Toward ‘One Enlightened and Progressive Civilization’: Discourses of Expansion and Nineteenth-Century Chinese Missions Abroad,” 8:135-56

Devens, Carol

  • Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900 (reviewed by Grim), 5:148-51
  • “‘If We Get the Girls, We Get the Race’: Missionary Education of Native American Girls,” 3:219-37

Dialogues across Civilizations: Sketches in World History from the Chinese and European Experiences by Prazniak (reviewed by Reilly), 9:117-19

Diamond, Jared. Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies (reviewed by Clark), 10:203-205

Di Cosmo, Nicola, “State Formation and Periodization in Inner Asian History,” 10:1-40

A Dictionary of Twentieth-Century World History by Palmowski (reviewed by Martin), 10:256-60

Did Marco Polo Go to China? by Wood (reviewed by Schmidt), 10:220-23

Dirlik, Arif

  • “The Asia-Pacific Idea: Reality and Representation in the Invention of a Regional Structure,” 3:55-79
  • Review of Buell, National Culture and the Global System, 7:323-26
  • Review of Thaxton, Salt of the Earth: The Political Origins of Peasant Protest and Communist Revolution in China, 10:260-63
  • What Is in a Rim? Critical Perspectives on the Pacific Region Idea (reviewed by Duiker), 6:274-76

Disorienting Encounters: Travels of a Moroccan Scholar in France in 1845-1846; The Voyage of Muhammad aṣ-Ṣaffār, edited and translated by Miller (reviewed by Sedgwick), 9:296-99

Displaying the Orient: Architecture of Islam at Nineteenth-Century World’s Fairs by Çelik (reviewed by Eickelman), 6:147-49

Double Ghosts: Oceanian Voyages on Euroamerican Ships by Chappell (reviewed by Hezel), 10:479-81

Duiker, William J.

  • Review of Dirlik, What Is in a Rim? Critical Perspectives on the Pacific Region Idea, 6:274-76
  • Review of Jones, Frost, and White, Coming Full Circle: An Economic History of the Pacific Rim, 6:274-76
  • Review of Miller, Latham, and Flynn, eds., Studies in the Economic History of the Pacific Rim, 10:230-32

Dunlap, Thomas R., “Remaking the Land: The Acclimatization Movement and Anglo Ideas of Nature,” 8:303-19

Dunn, John, ed., Democracy: The Unfinished Journey, 508 B.C. to A.D. 1993 (reviewed by Muhlberger), 5:378-80

Dunn, Ross E.

  • Review of Campbell, The Witness and the Other World: Exotic European Travel Writing, 400-1600, 2:95-99
  • Review of Hodgson, Rethinking World History: Essays on Europe, Islam, and World History, 7:131-33
  • See also Nash, Gary B., Charlotte Crabtree, and Ross E. Dunn

Dunn, Seamus, and T. G. Fraser, eds., Europe and Ethnicity: World War I and Contemporary Ethnic Conflict (reviewed by Hutchinson), 10:494-99

Dutch Primacy in World Trade, 1585-1740 by Israel (reviewed by Blue), 4:341-44

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Earns, Lane

  • Review of Howland, Borders of Chinese Civilization: Geography and History at Empire’s End, 10:240-43
  • Review of Tracy, The Political Economy of Merchant Empires: State Power and World Trade, 1350-1750, 4:338-41
  • Review of Tracy, The Rise of Merchant Empires: Long-Distance Trade in the Early Modern World, 1350-1750, 3:137-40

East Asian Civilizations: A Dialogue in Five Stages by de Bary (reviewed by Kwok) 1:260-62

Eaton, Richard M., “Comparative History as World History: Religious Conversion in Modern India,” 8:243-71

Eatwell, Roger. Fascism: A History (reviewed by Sznajder), 10:266-69

An Economic History of the Silk Industry, 1830-1930 by Federico (reviewed by Martin), 10:223-27

Egypt, Greece and Rome: Civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean by Freeman (reviewed by Chavalas), 9:278-80

Ehrenreich, Barbara, Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War (reviewed by Helms), 10:431-34

Eickelman, Dale F. Review of Çelik, Displaying the Orient: Architecture of Islam at Nineteenth-Century World’s Fairs, 6:147-49

Eickelman, Dale F., and James Piscatori, eds., Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration, and the Religious Imagination (reviewed by Daniel), 3:271-73

The Eighteenth Century and the Classic Age of Sail by Hattendorf (reviewed by Still), 10:457-59

Elbl, Ivana

  • “Cross-Cultural Trade and Diplomacy: Portuguese Relations with West Africa, 1441-1521,” 3:165-204
  • Review of Phillips and Phillips, The Worlds of Christopher Columbus, 6:135-37
  • Review of Thomas, The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440-1870, 10:473-76

Embree, Ainslee T., and Carol Gluck, Asia in Western and World History: A Guide for Teaching (reviewed by Lococo), 10:436-38

The Emergence of Japanese Kingship by Piggott (reviewed by Friday), 10:449-52

Emmer, Pieter, and Femme Gaastra, eds., The Organization of Interoceanic Trade in European Expansion, 1450-1800 (reviewed by Van Niel), 9:291-93

Emperor Hirohito and Showa Japan: A Political Biography by Large (reviewed by Davidann), 10:263-65

Emperor, Prefects, and Kings: The Roman West, 395-565 by Barnwell (reviewed by Hood), 5:351-53

L’empire immobile ou le choc des mondes by Peyrefitte (reviewed by Headrick), 2:99-101

Environment and History: The Taming of Nature in the USA and South Africa by Beinart and Coates (reviewed by McNeill), 8:331-32

“The Environment beyond Europe and the European Theory of Empire,” by Philip D. Curtin, 1:131-50

Epidemics and History: Disease, Power, and Imperialism by Watts (reviewed by Cook), 10:434-36

“Epidemiology and Indian Labor Migration at Home and Abroad,” by Ralph Shlomowitz and Lance Brennan, 5:47-67

“Ethnogenesis and Ethnohistory of the Seminole Maroons,” by Kevin Mulroy, 4:287-305

“Ethnogenesis and Frontiers,” by David A. Chappell, 4:267-75

“Ethnogenesis and Religious Revitalization beyond the Roman Frontier: The Case of Frankish Origins,” by David Harry Miller, 4:277-85

Europe and Ethnicity: World War I and Contemporary Ethnic Conflict, edited by Dunn and Fraser (reviewed by Hutchinson), 10:494-99

Europe Reconsidered: Perceptions of the West in Nineteenth-Century Bengal by Raychaudhuri (reviewed by Kopf), 2:101-104

The European Opportunity by Fernández-Armesto (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28

European Women and the Second British Empire by Strobel (reviewed by Zinsser), 4:344-47

“Europeans in Black Africa,” by Terence Ranger, 9:255-68

Europeans on the Move: Studies on European Migration, 1500-1800 by Canny (reviewed by Hoerder), 7:309-12

Evans, David C., and Mark R. Peattie, Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887-1941 (reviewed by Schencking), 10:491-93

Evans, J.A.S., Herodotus: Explorer of the Past (reviewed by Blanco), 4:151-53

“Expulsion as an Issue of World History,” by Benjamin Z. Kedar, 7:165-80

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Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1932-1945, and the American Cover Up by Harris (reviewed by Kopf), 7:154-56

Farhat, Laina. Review of Goudsblom, Fire and Civilization, 7:300-301

Fascism: A History by Eatwell (reviewed by Sznajder), 10:266-69

Fawcett, Clare. See Kohl, Philip L., and Clare Fawcett

Federico, Giovanni. An Economic History of the Silk Industry, 1830-1930, (reviewed by Martin), 10:223-27

Ferguson, R. Brian, and Neil L. Whitehead, eds., War in the Tribal Zone: Expanding States and Indigenous Warfare (reviewed by Miller), 4:333-35

Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe

  • The European Opportunity (ed.) (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28
  • The Global Opportunity (ed.) (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28
  • Millennium: A History of the Last Thousand Years (reviewed by McNeill), 8:166-68

Findley, Carter V., and John A. M. Rothney, Twentieth-Century World (reviewed by Keylor), 3:281-84

Finlay, Robert, “The Pilgrim Art: The Culture of Porcelain in World History,” 9:141-87

Finney, Ben, “The Other One-Third of the Globe,” 5:273-97

Fire and Civilization by Goudsblom (reviewed by Farhat), 7:300-301

Fisher, Gayle V., ed., Journal of Women’s History Guide to Periodical Literature (reviewed by Hughes), 4:331-33

Flint, Valerie I. J.

  • The Imaginative Landscape of Christopher Columbus (reviewed by Muldoon), 5:145-47
  • The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval Europe (reviewed by Jolly), 4:153-55

Flynn, Dennis O. See Miller, Sally, A. J. H. Latham, and Dennis O. Flynn, eds.

Flynn, Dennis O., and Arturo Giraldez

  • “Born with a ‘Silver Spoon’: The Origin of World Trade in 1571,” 6:201-21
  • Metals and Monies in an Emerging Global Economy (eds.) (reviewed by Schell), 10:463-66
  • Review of Bakewell, Mines of Silver and Gold in the Americas, 10:468-73

Formations of Colonial Modernity in East Asia by Barlow (reviewed by Morris-Suzuki), 10:485-87

Fountain of Fortune: Money and Monetary Policy in China, 1000-1700 by von Glahn (reviewed by Frank), 9:121-25

Francis, Mark, “The ‘Civilizing’ of Indigenous People in Nineteenth-Century Canada,” 9:51-87

Frank, Andre Gunder

  • “Materialistically Yours: The Dynamic Society of Graeme Snooks,” 9:107-15
  • “A Plea for World System History,” 2:1-28
  • Review of von Glahn, Fountain of Fortune: Money and Monetary Policy in China, 1000-1700, 9:121-25
  • “The Thirteenth-Century World System: A Review Essay,” 1:249-56

Frank, Andre Gunder, and Barry K. Gills, eds., The World System: Five Hundred Years or Five Thousand? (reviewed by Reilly), 7:301-304

Fraser, T. G. See Dunn, Seamus, and T. G. Fraser

Fredrickson, George, The Comparative Imagination: On the History of Racism, Nationalism and Social Movements (reviewed by Gump), 10:476-78

Freedom: A History by Treadgold (reviewed by Muhlberger), 3:269-71

Freeman, Charles, Egypt, Greece and Rome: Civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean (reviewed by Chavalas), 9:278-80

Friday, Karl. Review of Piggott, The Emergence of Japanese Kingship, 10:449-52

“From Africa to the Americas: Ethnicity in the Early Black Communities of the Americas,” by Colin A. Palmer, 6:223-36

From Chattel Slaves to Wage Slaves: The Dynamics of Labour Bargaining in the Americas edited by Turner (reviewed by Karras), 8:169-72

“From Coffee to Tea: Shifting Patterns of Consumption in Qajar Iran,” by Rudi Matthee, 7:199-230

“From Traveler to Notable: Lady Duff Gordon in Upper Egypt, 1862-1869,” by Helen Wheatley, 3:81-104

“From the World-Systems Perspective to Institutional World History: Culture and Economy in Global Theory,” by Lauren Benton, 7:261-95

“Frontier Ethnogenesis: The Case of New Caledonia,” by David A. Chappell, 4:307-24

Frost, Lionel. See Jones, Eric, Lionel Frost, and Colin White

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G

Gaastra, Femme. See Emmer, Pieter, and Femme Gaastra

Gawlikowsky, Krzystof. See Needham, Joseph, Robin D. S. Yates, Krzystof Gawlikowsky, Edward McEwan, and Wang Ling

Geiss, Imanuel, Geschichte griffbereit (reviewed by Von Laue), 6:254-56

The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity: A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation by James C. Russell (reviewed by Jeffrey B. Russell), 6:266-69

Germs and Seeds and Animals: Studies in Ecological History by Crosby (reviewed by Grabill), 6:256-63

Geschichte griffbereit by Geiss (reviewed by Von Laue), 6:254-56

al-Ghazzali, Abu Hamid Muhammad, The Alchemy of Happiness (reviewed by Bodman), 4:336-38

Gilbert, Marc Jason

  • Review of Spate, Paradise Found and Lost: The Pacific since Magellan, 2:104-108
  • Review of Weinberg, A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II, 7:152-54
  • Review of Withey, Voyages of Discovery: Captain Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific, 2:104-108

Gillis, John R., ed., Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity (reviewed by Inglis), 6:271-73

Gills, Barry K. See Frank, Andre Gunder, and Barry K. Gills

Giraldez, Arturo. See Flynn, Dennis O., and Arturo Giraldez

The Global Condition: Conquerors, Catastrophes, and Community by McNeill, (reviewed by Stavrianos), 5:141-42

Global Convulsions: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism at the End of the Twentieth Century, edited by Van Horne (reviewed by Hutchinson), 10:494-99

Global Crises and Social Movements: Artisans, Peasants, Populists, and the World Economy by Burke (reviewed by Chirot), 2:108-10

Global Diasporas: An Introduction by Cohen (reviewed by Miller), 10:441-47

Global History and Migrations, edited by Wang

  • Reviewed by Lockard, 9:272-75
  • Reviewed by Soguk, 10:227-30

The Global Imperative: An Interpretive History of the Spread of Humankind by Clark (reviewed by Mandalios), 9:269-72

The Global Opportunity by Fernandez-Armesto (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28

Globalization: Social Theory and Global Culture by Robertson (reviewed by Von Laue), 5:158-60

The Globe Encircled and the World Revealed by Lamb (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28

Gluck, Carol. See Embree, Ainslee T., and Carol Gluck

“Gobineau on China: Race Theory, the “Yellow Peril,” and the Critique of Modernity,” by Gregory Blue, 10:93-139

The Gogo: History, Customs, and Traditions by Mnyampala (reviewed by Curtis), 7:320-23

Golden, Peter. Review of Beckwith, The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: A History of the Struggle for Great Power among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs and Chinese during the Early Middle Ages, 1:264-68

Goldstone, Jack A., Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World (reviewed by Kroeber), 3:275-77

Gommans, Jos, “The Silent Frontier of South Asia, c. a.d. 1100-1800,” 9:1-23

Gordon, David C. Images of the West (reviewed by Kopf), 2:101-104

Gordon, Matthew. Review of Hillenbrand, Islamic Architecture: Form, Function, and Meaning, 8:321-23

Gosch, Steve. Review of Stearns, Adas, and Schwartz, World Civilizations: The Global Experience, 5:139-40

Gosch, Stephen S. Review of Wallerstein, The Modern World-System III: The Second Era of Great Expansion of the Capitalist World-Economy, 1730-1840s, 1:274-76

Goudsblom, Johan

  • “The Civilizing Process and the Domestication of Fire,” 3:1-12
  • Fire and Civilization (reviewed by Farhat), 7:300-301

Goudsblom, Johan, Eric Jones, and Stephen Mennell, The Course of Human History: Economic Growth, Social Process, and Civilization (reviewed by Mears), 10:211-13

Grabill, Joseph L.

  • Review of Crosby, Germs and Seeds and Animals: Studies in Ecological History, 6:256-63
  • Review of Worster, The Wealth of Nature: Environmental History and the Ecological Imagination, 6:256-63

“Graduate Teaching in World History,” by Philip D. Curtin, 2:81-89

Gran, Peter, Beyond Eurocentrism: A New View of Modern World History (reviewed by Northrup), 10:447-49

Grant, Jonathan, “Rethinking the Ottoman ‘Decline’: Military Technology Diffusion in the Ottoman Empire, Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries,” 10:179-201

The Great Wall of China: From History to Myth by Waldron (reviewed by Smith), 3:135-37

Green, William A., “Periodization in European and World History,” 3:13-53

A Green History of the World: The Environment and the Collapse of Great Civilizations by Ponting (reviewed by Soroka), 6:251-53

Green Imperialism: Colonial Expansion, Tropical Island Edens and the Origins of Environmentalism, 1600-1860 by Grove (reviewed by Hughes), 7:315-17

Grim, John A. Review of Devens, Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900, 5:148-51

Groff, David H. Review of Conklin, A Mission to Civilize: The Republican Idea of Empire in France and West Africa, 1895-1930, 10:488-91

Grove, Richard H., Green Imperialism: Colonial Expansion, Tropical Island Edens and the Origins of Environmentalism, 1600-1860 (reviewed by Hughes), 7:315-17

Gump, James, “The Imperialism of Cultural Assimilation: Sir George Grey’s Encounter with the Maori and the Xhosa, 1845-1868,” 9:89-106

Gump, James O. Review of Fredrickson, The Comparative Imagination: On the History of Racism, Nationalism and Social Movements, 10:476-78

“Guns and Government: A Comparative Study of Europe and Japan,” by Stephen Morillo, 6:75-106

Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Diamond (reviewed by Clark), 10:203-205

Gupta, Surojit M. Review of Sinha, Colonial Masculinity: The “Manly Englishman” and the “Effeminate” Bengali in the Late Nineteenth Century, 8:344-46

Guterl, Matthew Pratt, “The New Race Consciousness: Race, Nation, and Empire in American Culture, 1910-1925,” 10:307-52

Guzman, Gregory G. Review of Ma, Asian and European Feudalism: Three Studies in Comparative History, 2:242-45

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Hall, Thomas D. See Chase-Dunn, Christopher, and Thomas D. Hall

Hanes, W. Travis, III, “On the Origins of the Indian National Congress: A Case Study of Cross-Cultural Synthesis,” 4:69-98

Harootunian, H. D. See Miyoshi, Masao, and H. D. Harootunian

Harris, Sheldon H., Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1932-1945, and the American Cover Up (reviewed by Kopf), 7:154-56

Hattendorf, John B.

  • The Age of Discovery (reviewed by Still), 10:457-59
  • The Eighteenth Century and the Classic Age of Sail (reviewed by Still), 10:457-59

Headley, John M., The Sixteenth-Century Venetian Celebration of the Earth’s Total Habitability: The Issue of the Fully Habitable World for Renaissance Europe, 8:1-27

Headrick, Daniel R.

  • “Botany, Chemistry, and Tropical Development,” 7:1-20
  • The Invisible Weapon: Telecommunications and International Politics, 1851-1945 (reviewed by Millard), 5:153-55
  • Review of Cook, Colonial Encounters in the Age of High Imperialism, 10:237-40
  • Review of Meade and Walker, Science, Medicine and Cultural Imperialism, 4:347-49
  • Review of Peyrefitte, L’empire immobile ou le choc des mondes, 2:99-101
  • Review of Wesseling, Imperialism and Colonialism: Essays on the History of European Expansion, 10:237-40

Helms, Mary W.

  • Review of Chase-Dunn and Hall, Core/Periphery Relations in Precapitalist Worlds, 3:133-35
  • Review of Ehrenreich, Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War, 10:431-34
  • Review of Keeley, War before Civilization, 10:431-34

“Hemispheric Integration, 500-1500 c.e.,” by Jerry H. Bentley, 9:237-54

Herodotus: Explorer of the Past by Evans (reviewed by Blanco), 4:151-53

Hezel, Francis X., S.J.

  • Review of Chappell, Double Ghosts: Oceanian Voyages on Euroamerican Ships, 10:479-81
  • Review of Munro and Thornley, eds., The Covenant Makers: Islander Missionaries in the Pacific, 10:253-56

Hill, Bennett D. Review of Bartlett, The Making of Europe: Conquest, Colonization, and Cultural Change, 950-1350, 7:143-45

Hillenbrand, Robert, Islamic Architecture: Form, Function, and Meaning (reviewed by Gordon), 8:321-23

Hillman, David, and Carla Mazzio, eds., The Body in Parts: Fantasies of Corporeality in Early-Modern Europe (reviewed by Hoffman), 9:293-96

Historical Economics: Art or Science? by Kindleberger (reviewed by Cameron), 3:129-30

A History of Marriage Systems by Quale (reviewed by Klassen), 2:239-42

History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past by Nash, Crabtree, and Dunn (reviewed by McNay), 10:438-41

“History, Space, and Ethnicity: The Chinese Worldview,” by Q. Edward Wang, 10:285-305

Hobsbawm, Eric, The Age of Extremes: A History of the World, 1914-1991 (reviewed by Palat), 8:179-81

Hodgson, Marshall G. S., Rethinking World History: Essays on Europe, Islam, and World History (reviewed by Dunn), 7:131-33

Hoerder, Dirk. Review of Canny, Europeans on the Move: Studies on European Migration, 1500-1800, 7:309-12

Hoffenberg, Peter H.

  • Review of Kiernan, Imperialism and Its Contradictions and Marshall, ed., The Cambridge Illustrated History of the British Empire, 8:338-43
  • Review of Kumar, Science and the Raj, 1857-1905, 9:299-303

Hoffman, Kathryn A. Review of Hillman and Mazzio, eds., The Body in Parts: Fantasies of Corporeality in Early-Modern Europe, 9:293-96

Hogendorn, Jan S. See Lovejoy, Paul E., and Jan S. Hogendorn

Hoisington, William A., Jr. Review of Clancy-Smith, Rebel and Saint: Muslim Notables, Populist Protest, Colonial Encounters (Algeria and Tunisia, 1800-1904), 9:125-27

Hood, David. Review of Barnwell, Emperor, Prefects, and Kings: The Roman West, 395-565, 5:351-53

Hosgood, Chris, “Introductory World History as a Core Course: A Canadian Perspective,” 1:199-208

Howland, D. R. Borders of Chinese Civilization: Geography and History at Empire’s End (reviewed by Earns), 10:240-43

Hubel, Teresa, Whose India? The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History (reviewed by Levine), 9:127-29

Huff, Toby E. The Rise of Early Modern Science: Islam, China and the West (reviewed by Blue), 7:137-41

Hughes, Donald. Review of Green, Imperialism: Colonial Expansion, Tropical Island Edens and the Origins of Environmentalism, 1600-1860, 7:315-17

Hughes, Sarah S. Review of Fisher, Journal of Women’s History Guide to Periodical Literature, 4:331-33

Hugill, Peter J., World Trade since 1431: Geography, Technology and Capitalism (reviewed by Anderson), 7:307-309

The Human Record: Sources of Global History by Andrea and Overfield (reviewed by Bucholz), 3:263-65

Hutchinson, John

  • Review of Dunn and Fraser, Europe and Ethnicity: World War I and Contemporary Ethnic Conflict, 10:494-99
  • Review of Van Horne, Global Convulsions: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism at the End of the Twentieth Century, 10:494-99

Hutchinson, John F. Champions of Charity: War and the Rise of the Red Cross, 10:243-46

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“‘I Am the Subject of the King of Congo’: African Political Ideology and the Haitian Revolution,” by John K. Thornton, 4:181-214

“‘If We Get the Girls, We Get the Race’: Missionary Education of Native American Girls,” by Carol Devens, 3:219-37

Images of the West by Gordon (reviewed by Kopf), 2:101-104

The Imaginative Landscape of Christopher Columbus by Flint (reviewed by Muldoon), 5:145-47

Imagining the World: Mythical Belief versus Reality in Global Encounters by Dathorne (reviewed by Watts), 8:329-30

Imperialism and Colonialism: Essays on the History of European Expansion by Wesseling (reviewed by Headrick), 10:237-40

Imperialism and Its Consequences by Kiernan (reviewed by Hoffenberg), 8:338-43

“The Imperialism of Cultural Assimilation: Sir George Grey’s Encounter with the Maori and the Xhosa, 1845-1868,” by James Gump, 9:89-106

Importing the European Army: The Introduction of European Military Techniques and Institutions into the Extra-European World, 1600-1914 by Ralston (reviewed by McNeill), 3:142-43

In Oceania: Visions, Artifacts, Histories by Thomas (reviewed by Buschmann), 10:250-53

Indian Merchants and Eurasian Trade, 1600-1750 by Dale (reviewed by Wills), 8:333-34

“Indigenous Peoples and the Vietnamese Revolution, 1930-1975,” by Mark W. McLeod, 10:353-89

The Industrial Revolution in World History by Stearns (reviewed by Ahlstrom), 6:287-90

“Infectious Disease and the Demography of the Atlantic Peoples,” by Alfred W. Crosby, 2:119-33

Inglis, K. S. Review of Gillis, ed., Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity, 6:271-73

“‘Inner Eurasia’ as a Unit of World History,” by David Christian, 5:173-211

“Intercontinental Trade and the Development of the Third World since the Industrial Revolution,” by Patrick Karl O’Brien, 8:75-133

“Introductory World History as a Core Course: A Canadian Perspective,” by Chris Hosgood, 1:199-208

The Invention of the White Race. Vol. 2, The Origin of Racial Oppression in Anglo-America by Allen (reviewed by Smedley), 10:234-37

The Invisible Weapon: Telecommunications and International Politics, 1851-1945 by Headrick (reviewed by Millard), 5:153-55

Iriye, Akira, China and Japan in the Global Setting (reviewed by Littrup), 8:172-76

Iriye, Akira, Cultural Internationalism and World Order (reviewed by Corr), 9:303-305

Isaacman, Allen F. See Cooper, Frederick, Allen F. Isaacman, Florencia E. Mallon, William Roseberry, and Steve J. Stern

“Islam as a Special World-System,” by John Obert Voll, 5:213-26

Islamic Architecture: Form, Function, and Meaning by Hillenbrand (reviewed by Gordon), 8:321-23

Israel, Jonathan I., Dutch Primacy in World Trade, 1585-1740 (reviewed by Blue), 4:341-44

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J

al-Jabarti, Abd al-Rahman, Napoleon in Egypt: Al-Jabarti’s Chronicle of the French Occupation, 1798 (reviewed by Thompson), 6:144-47

Jackson, Kennell A. Review of Thornton, Africa and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World, 1400-1680, 5:353-56

Japan in the World by Miyoshi and Harootunian, eds. (reviewed by Brown), 6:279-83

Jensen, Lionel M., Manufacturing Confuscianism: Chinese Traditions and Universal Civilization (reviewed by Kwok), 10:215-18

Jolly, Karen L. Review of Flint, The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval Europe, 4:153-55

Jones, E. L.

  • Review of Adas, Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance, 2:245-47
  • Review of Adshead, Salt and Civilization, 4:329-31
  • “World History and World Forecasting,” 5:125-38

Jones, Eric. See Goudsblom, Johan, Eric Jones, and Stephen Mennell

Jones, Eric, Lionel Frost, and Colin White, Coming Full Circle: An Economic History of the Pacific Rim (reviewed by Duiker), 6:274-76

Journal of Women’s History Guide to Periodical Literature by Fisher (reviewed by Hughes), 4:331-33

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K

Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887-1941 by Evans and Peattie (reviewed by Schencking), 10:491-93

Karras, Alan L. Review of Turner, From Chattel Slaves to Wage Slaves: The Dynamics of Labour Bargaining in the Americas, 8:169-72

Karttunen, Frances

  • “After the Conquest: The Survival of Indigenous Patterns of Life and Belief,” 3:239-56
  • Between Worlds: Interpreters, Guides, and Survivors (reviewed by Merrell), 6:269-71
  • Review of Boucher, Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492-1763, 5:358-61
  • Review of Schütz, The Voices of Eden: A History of Hawaiian Language Studies, 8:176-79

Karttunen, Frances, and Alfred W. Crosby, “Language Death, Language Genesis, and World History,” 6:157-74

Kasaba, Reusat, “Treaties and Friendships: British Imperialism, the Ottoman Empire, and China in the Nineteenth Century,” 4:215-41

Kedar, Benjamin Z., “Expulsion as an Issue of World History,” 7:165-80

Keddie, Nikki R., “The Past and Present of Women in the Muslim World,” 1:77-108

Keeley, Lawrence, War before Civilization (reviewed by Helms), 10:431-34

Kershaw, Ian, and Moshe Lewin, eds., Stalinism and Nazism: Dictatorships in Comparison (reviewed by Nolte), 10:269-71

Keylor, William R.

  • Review of Findley and Rothney, Twentieth-Century World, 3:281-84
  • Review of McWilliams and Piotrowski, The World Since 1945: A History of International Relations, 3:281-84

Kieh, George Klay, Jr. Dependency and the Foreign Policy of a Small Power: The Liberian Case (reviewed by Saha), 5:376-78

Kiernan, Victor G., Imperialism and Its Consequences (reviewed by Hoffenberg), 8:338-43

Kindleberger, Charles P. Historical Economics: Art or Science? (reviewed by Cameron), 3:129-30

Kirkham, David M., ed., The “New World Order” in Historical Perspective (reviewed by Aase), 8:184-86

Klassen, John. Review of Quale, A History of Marriage Systems, 2:239-42

Knight, Franklin W. Review of Black Athena (video), 4:325-27

Knobler, Adam, “Pseudo-Conversion and Patchwork Pedigrees: The Christianization of Muslim Princes and the Diplomacy of Holy War,” 7:181-97

Kohl, Philip L., and Clare Fawcett, eds., Nationalism, Politics, and the Practice of Archaeology (reviewed by Kuklick), 9:132-34

Kopf, David

  • “A Look at Nehru’s World History from the Dark Side of Modernity,” 2:47-63
  • Review of Gordon, Images of the West, 2:101-104
  • Review of Harris, Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1932-1945, and the American Cover Up, 7:154-56
  • Review of Raychaudhuri, Europe Reconsidered: Perceptions of the West in Nineteenth-Century Bengal, 2:101-104

Korhonen, Pekka, “The Pacific Age in World History,” 7:41-70

Kroeber, Clifton B.

  • Review of Goldstone, Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World, 3:275-77
  • “Theory and History of Revolution,” 7:21-40

Kuklick, Bruce. Review of Kohl and Fawcett, eds., Nationalism, Politics, and the Practice of Archaeology, 9:132-34

Kumar, Deepak, Science and the Raj, 1857-1905 (reviewed by Hoffenberg), 9:299-303

Kwok, D. W. Y.

  • Review of de Bary, East Asian Civilizations: A Dialogue in Five Stages, 1:260-62
  • Review of Jensen, Manufacturing Confuscianism: Chinese Traditions and Universal Civilization, 10:215-18

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L

Lamb, Ursula, ed., The Globe Encircled and the World Revealed (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28

Landlords and Strangers: Ecology, Society, and Trade in Western Africa, 1000-1630 by Brooks (reviewed by Thornton), 6:132-35

“Language Death, Language Genesis, and World History,” by Frances Karttunen and Alfred W. Crosby, 6:157-74

Large, Stephen S. Emperor Hirohito and Showa Japan: A Political Biography (reviewed by Davidann), 10:263-65

“The Lateen Sail in World History,” by I. C. Campbell, 6:1-23

Latham, A. J. H. See Miller, Sally, A. J. H. Latham, and Dennis O. Flynn, eds.

Layton-Henry, Zig. See Cohen, Robin, and Zig Layton-Henry

Levine, Philippa. Review of Hubel, Whose India? The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History, 9:127-29

Lewin, Moshe. See Kershaw, Ian, and Moshe Lewin

Lewis, Archibald, Nomads and Crusaders, A.D. 1000-1368 (reviewed by Peters), 1:271-74

Lewis, Martin, and Kären E. Wigen. The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography (reviewed by Blaut), 10:205-10

Lieu, Samuel N. C., Manichaeism in the Later Roman Empire and Medieval China (reviewed by BeDuhn), 5:142-45

Lifelines from Our Past: A New World History by Stavrianos (reviewed by Martin), 2:91-95

Like People You See in a Dream: First Contact in Six Papuan Societies by Schieffelin and Crittenden (reviewed by Nelson), 4:158-60

Ling, Wang. See Needham, Joseph, Robin D. S. Yates, Krzystof Gawlikowsky, Edward McEwan, and Wang Ling

“The Link That Kept the Philippines Spanish: Mexican Merchant Interests and the Manila Trade, 1571-1815,” by Katharine Bjork, 9:25-50

Littrup, Leif. Review of Iriye, China and Japan in the Global Setting, 8:172-76

Liu Xinru, “Silks and Religions in Eurasia, c. A.D. 600-1200,” 6:25-48

Lloyd, David. See Lowe, Lisa, and David Lloyd

“Location in History: Argentina and South Africa in the Nineteenth Century,” by Philip D. Curtin, 10:41-92

Lockard, Craig A.

  • “Meeting Yesterday Head-on: The Vietnam War in Vietnamese, American, and World History,” 5:227-70
  • Review of Cooper, Isaacman, Mallon, Roseberry, and Stern, Confronting Historical Paradigms: Peasants, Labor, and the Capitalist World System in Africa and Latin America, 6:284-87
  • Review of Seitz, The Politics of Development: An Introduction to Global Issues, 1:281-84
  • Review of So, Social Change and Development: Modernization, Dependency, and World-System Theories, 2:249-51
  • Review of Wang, ed., Global History and Migrations, 9:272-75

Lococo, Paul, Jr. Review of Embree and Gluck, Asia in Western and World History: ?A Guide for Teaching, 10:436-38

“A Look at Nehru’s World History from the Dark Side of Modernity,” by David Kopf, 2:47-63

Lovejoy, Paul E., and Jan S. Hogendorn, Slow Death of Slavery: The Course of Abolition in Northern Nigeria, 1897-1936 (reviewed by Blue), 7:149-52

Lowe, Lisa, and David Lloyd, eds., The Politics of Culture in the Shadow of Capital (reviewed by Cummings), 10:502-504

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Ma Keyao, Asian and European Feudalism: Three Studies in Comparative History (reviewed by Guzman), 2:242-45

Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance by Adas (reviewed by Jones), 2:245-47

MacLeod, Roy, “Passages in Imperial Science: From Empire to Commonwealth,” 4:117-50

The Making of an Enterprise: The Jesuits in Portugal, Its Empire and Beyond, 1540-1750 by Alden (reviewed by Coates), 9:283-86

The Making of Europe: Conquest, Colonization, and Cultural Change, 950-1350 by Bartlett (reviewed by Hill), 7:143-45

The Making of a Sino-Marxist World View: Perceptions and Interpretations of World History in the People’s Republic of China by Martin (reviewed by Croizier), 3:143-45

The Making of the Modern World: Connected Histories, Divergent Paths (1500 to the Present) by Strayer et al. (reviewed by Anglin), 1:257-60

Mallon, Florencia E. See Cooper, Frederick, Allen F. Isaacman, Florencia E. Mallon, William Roseberry, and Steve J. Stern

Mandalios, John. Review of Clark, The Global Imperative: An Interpretive History of the Spread of Humankind, 9:269-72

Manichaeism in the Later Roman Empire and Medieval China by Lieu (reviewed by BeDuhn), 5:142-45

Manufacturing Confuscianism: Chinese Traditions and Universal Civilization by Jensen (reviewed by Kwok), 10:215-18

Marker, Michael. Review of Morrissey, Mental Territories: Mapping the Inland Empire, 10:481-83

Maritime Southeast Asia to 1500 by Shaffer (reviewed by Brownlee), 9:281-82

Marks, Steven G., Road to Power: The Trans-Siberian Railroad and the Colonization of Asian Russia, 1850-1917 (reviewed by McKay), 5:152-53

Marshall, P. J., ed., The Cambridge Illustrated History of the British Empire (reviewed by Hoffenberg), 8:338-43

“Marshall G. S. Hodgson and the Hemispheric Interregional Approach to World History,” by Edmund Burke III, 6:237-50

Martin, Dorothea A. L.

  • The Making of a Sino-Marxist World View: Perceptions and Interpretations of World History in the People’s Republic of China (reviewed by Croizier), 3:143-45
  • Review of Allsen, Commodity and Exchange in the Mongol Empire: A Cultural History of Islamic Textiles, 10:223-27
  • Review of Federico, An Economic History of the Silk Industry, 1830-1930, 10:223-27
  • Review of Stavrianos, Lifelines from Our Past: A New World History, 2:91-95

Martin, Eric. Review of Palmowski, A Dictionary of Twentieth-Century World History, 10:256-60

“Materialistically Yours: The Dynamic Society of Graeme Snooks,” by Andre Gunder Frank, 9:107-15

Matthee, Rudi, “From Coffee to Tea: Shifting Patterns of Consumption in Qajar Iran,” 7:199-230

Mazlish, Bruce. Review of Osterhammel, Colonialism: A Theoretical Overview, 10:232-34

Mazlish, Bruce, and Ralph Buultjens, eds., Conceptualizing Global History (reviewed by Spier), 7:134-36

Mazzio, Carla. See Hillman, David, and Carla Mazzio

McEwan, Edward. See Needham, Joseph, Robin D. S. Yates, Krzystof Gawlikowsky, Edward McEwan, and Wang Ling

McKay, John P. Review of Marks, Road to Power: The Trans-Siberian Railroad and the Colonization of Asian Russia, 1850-1917, 5:152-53

McLeod, Mark W., “Indigenous Peoples and the Vietnamese Revolution, 1930-1975,” 10:353-89

McNay, John T. Review of Nash, Crabtree, and Dunn, History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past, 10:438-41

McNeill, J. R.

  • “Of Rats and Men: A Synoptic Environmental History of the Island Pacific,” 5:299-349
  • Review of Beinart and Coates, Environment and History: The Taming of Nature in the USA and South Africa, 8:331-32
  • Review of Bentley, Old World Encounters: Cross-Cultural Contacts and Exchanges in Pre-Modern Times, 6:130-32
  • Review of Wheatley, ed., Agriculture, Resource Exploitation, and Environmental Change, 10:466-68

McNeill, William H.

  • The Global Condition: Conquerors, Catastrophes, and Community (reviewed by Stavrianos), 5:141-42
  • Review of Fernández-Armesto, Millennium: A History of the Last Thousand Years, 8:166-68
  • Review of Ralston, Importing the European Army: The Introduction of European Military Techniques and Institutions into the Extra-European World, 1600-1914, 3:142-43
  • “The Rise of the West after Twenty-Five Years,” 1:1-21
  • “World History and the Rise and Fall of the West,” 9:215-36

McWilliams, Wayne C., and Harry Piotrowski, The World since 1945: A History of International Relations (reviewed by Keylor), 3:281-84

Meade, Teresa, and Mark Walker, eds., Science, Medicine and Cultural Imperialism (reviewed by Headrick), 4:347-49

Mears, John A.

  • Review of Costello, World Historians and Their Goals: Twentieth-Century Answers to Modernism, 5:373-76
  • Review of Van Creveld, Technology and War from 2000 B.C. to the Present, 3:130-32
  • Review of Goudsblom, Jones, and Mennell, The Course of Human History: Economic Growth, Social Process, and Civilization, 10:211-13

The Measure of Reality: Quantification and Western Society, 1250-1600 by Crosby (reviewed by Pacey), 10:218-20

The Medieval Expansion of Europe by Phillips (reviewed by Muldoon), 1:268-70

“Meeting Yesterday Head-on: The Vietnam War in Vietnamese, American, and World History,” by Craig A. Lockard, 5:227-70

Memoirs of an Arabian Princess from Zanzibar by Ruete (reviewed by Page), 2:247-49

Mennell, Stephen. See Goudsblom, Johan, Eric Jones, and Stephen Mennell

Mental Territories: Mapping the Inland Empire by Morrissey (reviewed by Marker), 10:481-83

Merchants and Faith: Muslim Commerce and Culture in the Indian Ocean by Risso (reviewed by Voll), 8:324-25

Merrell, James H. Review of Karttunen, Between Worlds: Interpreters, Guides, and Survivors, 6:269-71

Metals and Monies in an Emerging Global Economy, edited by Flynn and Giráldez (reviewed by Schell), 10:463-66

“Middle Eastern History and World History,” by Edmund Burke III, 3:257-62

The Middle Ground: Indians, Empires, and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815 by White (reviewed by Chappell), 6:276-79

Midgley, Clare, Women against Slavery: The British Campaigns, 1780-1870 (reviewed by Northrup), 8:335-37

“The Military Superiority Thesis and the Ascendency of Western Eurasia in the World System,” by William R. Thompson, 10:143-78

Millard, Andre J. Review of Headrick, The Invisible Weapon: Telecommunications and International Politics, 1851-1945, 5:153-55

Millennium: A History of the Last Thousand Years by Fernández-Armesto (reviewed by McNeill), 8:166-68

Miller, David Harry

  • “Ethnogenesis and Religious Revitalization beyond the Roman Frontier: The Case of Frankish Origins,” 4:277-85
  • Review of Ferguson and Whitehead, War in the Tribal Zone: Expanding States and Indigenous Warfare, 4:333-35

Miller, Mark J.

  • Review of Cohen, Global Diasporas: An Introduction, 10:441-47
  • Review of Cohen and Layton-Henry, eds., The Politics of Migration, 10:441-47

Miller, Sally, A. J. H. Latham, and Dennis O. Flynn, eds. Studies in the Economic History of the Pacific Rim (reviewed by Duiker), 10:230-32

Miller, Susan Gilson, ed. and trans., Disorienting Encounters: Travels of a Moroccan Scholar in France in 1845-1846; The Voyage of Muhammad aṣ-Ṣaffār, (reviewed by Sedgwick), 9:296-99

Mines of Silver and Gold in the Americas, edited by Bakewell (reviewed by Flynn and Giráldez), 10:468-73

Mintz, Sidney W., and Richard Price, The Birth of African-American Culture: An Anthropological Perspective (reviewed by Palmer), 5:356-58

A Mission to Civilize: The Republican Idea of Empire in France and West Africa, 1895-1930 by Conklin (reviewed by Groff), 10:488-91

Miyoshi, Masao, and H. D. Harootunian, eds., Japan in the World (reviewed by Brown), 6:279-83

Mnyampala, Mathias E., The Gogo: History, Customs, and Traditions (reviewed by Curtis), 7:320-23

“Modern Science in Japan: Comparative Perspectives,” by James R. Bartholomew, 4:101-16

The Modern World-System III: The Second Era of Great Expansion of the Capitalist World-Economy, 1730-1840s by Wallerstein (reviewed by Gosch), 1:274-76

Moghadam, Valentine M., “Rhetorics and Rights of Identity in Islamist Movements,” 4:243-64

Moon, Katharine H. S.

  • Review of Choi, The Comfort Women: Colonialism, War, and Sex, 10:271-76
  • Sex among Allies: Military Prostitution in U.S. Korea Relations (reviewed by Shaffer), 10:499-502

Moore, R. I. Review of Powell, Muslims under Latin Rule, 1100-1300, 3:273-75

Morillo, Stephen

  • “Guns and Government: A Comparative Study of Europe and Japan,” 6:75-106
  • Review of Parker, The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare: The Triumph of the West, 8:160-63

Morris-Suzuki, Tessa. Review of Barlow, Formations of Colonial Modernity in East Asia, 10:485-87

Morrison, W. R. See Coates, Ken, and W. R. Morrison

Morrissey, Katherine G., Mental Territories: Mapping the Inland Empire (reviewed by Marker), 10:481-83

Muhlberger, Steven

  • Review of Dunn, Democracy: The Unfinished Journey, 508 B.C. to A.D. 1993, 5:378-80
  • Review of Treadgold, Freedom: A History, 3:269-71

Muhlberger, Steven, and Phil Paine, “Democracy’s Place in World History,” ?4:23-45

Muldoon, James

  • The Americas in the Spanish World Order: The Justification for Conquest in the Seventeenth Century (reviewed by Watts), 8:329-30
  • Review of Flint, The Imaginative Landscape of Christopher Columbus, 5:145-47
  • Review of Phillips, The Medieval Expansion of Europe, 1:268-270
  • “Solórzano’s De indiarum iure: Applying a Medieval Theory of World Order in the Seventeenth Century,” 2:29-45

Mulroy, Kevin

  • “Ethnogenesis and Ethnohistory of the Seminole Maroons,” 4:287-305
  • Review of Price and Price, On the Mall: Presenting Maroon Tradition-Bearers at the 1992 Festival of American Folklife, 8:182-83

Munro, Doug, and Andrew Thornley, eds. The Covenant Makers: Islander Missionaries in the Pacific (reviewed by Hezel), 10:253-56

Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration, and the Religious Imagination by Eickelman and Piscatori (reviewed by Daniel), 3:271-73

“Muslims and Hindus in the Culture and Morphology of Quanzhou from the Tenth to the Thirteenth Century,” by Hugh R. Clark, 6:49-74

Muslims under Latin Rule, 1100-1300 by Powell (reviewed by Moore) 3:273-75

The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography by Lewis and Wigen (reviewed by Blaut), 10:205-10

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Napoleon in Egypt: Al-Jabarti’s Chronicle of the French Occupation, 1798 by al-Jabarti (reviewed by Thompson), 6:144-47

Nash, Gary B., Charlotte Crabtree, and Ross E. Dunn, History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past (reviewed by McNay), 10:438-41

National Center for History in the Schools, National Standards for World History: Exploring Paths to the Present (reviewed by Schrier), 7:297-99

National Culture and the New Global System by Buell (reviewed by Dirlik), 7:323-26

National Standards for World History: Exploring Paths to the Present by National Center for History in the Schools (reviewed by Schrier), 7:297-99

Nationalism, Politics, and the Practice of Archaeology, edited by Kohl and Fawcett (reviewed by Kuklick), 9:132-34

“Nationalisms: An Invitation to Comparative Analysis,” by Peter N. Stearns, 8:57-74

Needham, Joseph, Robin D. S. Yates, Krzystof Gawlikowsky, Edward McEwen, and Wang Ling, Science and Civilization in China, volume 5, part 6, section 30 (reviewed by Sage), 8:157-60

Nelson, Hank. Review of Schieffelin and Crittenden, Like People You See in a Dream: First Contact in Six Papuan Societies, 4:158-60

“A New Forum for Global History,” by Jerry H. Bentley, 1:iii-v

“The New Race Consciousness: Race, Nation, and Empire in American Culture, 1910-1925,” by Matthew Pratt Guterl, 10:307-52

The “New World Order” in Historical Perspective edited by Kirkham (reviewed by Aase), 8:184-86

Nguyen Thi Dieu, “State versus Indigenous Peoples: The Impact of Hydraulic Projects on Indigenous Peoples of Asia,” 7:101-30

Nolte, Hans-Heinrich. Review of Kershaw and Lewin, eds., Stalinism and Nazism: Dictatorships in Comparison, 10:269-71

Nomads and Crusaders, A.D. 1000-1368 (reviewed by Peters), 1:271-74

Northrup, David

  • Review of Cohen, ed., The Cambridge Survey of World Migration, 9:129-31
  • Review of Gran, Beyond Eurocentrism: A New View of Modern World History, 10:447-49
  • Review of Midgley, Women against Slavery: The British Campaigns, 1780-1870, 8:335-37
  • “Vasco da Gama and Africa: An Era of Mutual Discovery, 1497-1800,” 9:189-211

Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict by Van Creveld (reviewed by Roland), 6:150-52

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Obeyesekere, Gananath, The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific (reviewed by Campbell), 5:367-70

O’Brien, Patrick Karl, “Intercontinental Trade and the Development of the Third World since the Industrial Revolution,” 8:75-133

“Of Rats and Men: A Synoptic Environmental History of the Island Pacific,” by ?J. R. McNeill, 5:299-349

Old World Encounters: Cross-Cultural Contacts and Exchanges in Pre-Modern Times by Bentley (reviewed by McNeill), 6:130-32

On the Mall: Presenting Maroon Tradition-Bearers at the 1992 Festival of American Folklife by Price and Price (reviewed by Mulroy), 8:182-83

“On the Origins of the Indian National Congress: A Case Study of Cross-Cultural Synthesis,” by W. Travis Hanes, 4:69-98

The Organization of Interoceanic Trade in European Expansion, 1450-1800, edited by Emmer and Gaastra (reviewed by Van Niel), 9:291-93

Osborne, Michael A. Review of Storey, ed., Scientific Aspects of European Expansion, 9:288-90

“Osman Effendi: A Scottish Convert to Islam in Early Nineteenth-Century Egypt,” by Jason Thompson, 5:99-123

Osterhammel, Jürgen. Colonialism: A Theoretical Overview (reviewed by Mazlish), 10:232-34

“The Other One-Third of the Globe,” by Ben Finney, 5:273-97

“The Ottoman Empire through British Eyes: Paul Rycaut’s The Present State of the Ottoman Empire,” by Linda T. Darling, 5:71-97

Overfield, James H. See Andrea, Alfred J., and James H. Overfield

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Pacey, Arnold. Review of Crosby, The Measure of Reality: Quantification and Western Society, 1250-1600, 10:218-20

“The Pacific Age in World History,” by Pekka Korhonen, 7:41-70

Pagden, Anthony, The Uncertainties of Empire: Essays in Iberian and Ibero-American Intellectual History (reviewed by Pardo), 7:312-15

Page, Melvin E.

  • Review of Balewa, Shaihu Umar, 2:247-49
  • Review of Ruete, Memoirs of an Arabian Princess from Zanzibar, 2:247-49

Paine, Phil. See Muhlberger, Steven, and Phil Paine

Palat, Ravi Arvind. Review of Hobsbawm, The Age of Extremes: A History of the World, 1914-1991, 8:179-81

Palmer, Colin A.

  • “From Africa to the Americas: Ethnicity in the Early Black Communities of the Americas,” 6:223-36
  • Review of Mintz and Price, The Birth of African-American Culture: An Anthropological Perspective, 5:356-58

Palmowski, Jan. A Dictionary of Twentieth-Century World History (reviewed by Martin), 10:256-60

Paradise Found and Lost: The Pacific since Magellan by Spate (reviewed by Gilbert), 2:104-108

Pardo, Osvaldo F. Review of Pagden, The Uncertainties of Empire: Essays in Iberian and Ibero-American Intellectual History, 7:312-15

Parker, Geoffrey, ed., The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare: The Triumph of the West (reviewed by Morillo), 8:160-63

“Passages in Imperial Science: From Empire to Commonwealth,” by Roy MacLeod, 4:117-50

“The Past and Present of Women in the Muslim World,” by Nikki Keddie, 1:77-108

Pearson, M. N., ed., Spices in the Indian Ocean World (reviewed by Van Niel), 9:291-93

Peattie, Mark R. See Evans, David C., and Mark R. Peattie

The Perilous Frontier: Nomadic Empires and China by Barfield (reviewed by Chappell), 6:276-79

“Periodization in European and World History,” by William A. Green, 3:13-53

“Peripheral Visions: Californian-Australian Environmental Contacts, c. 1850s-1910,” by Ian Tyrrell, 8:275-302

Peters, Edward. Review of Lewis, Nomads and Crusaders, A.D. 1000-1368, 1:271-74

Peyrefitte, Alain. L’empire immobile ou le choc des mondes (reviewed by Headrick), 2:99-101

Phillips, Carla Rahn. See Phillips, William D., Jr., and Carla Rahn Phillips

Phillips, J.R.S., The Medieval Expansion of Europe (reviewed by Muldoon), 1:268-70

Phillips, William D., Jr.

  • “Africa and the Atlantic Islands Meet the Garden of Eden: Christopher Columbus’s View of America,” 3:149-64
  • Review of Fernández-Armesto, The European Opportunity, 8:326-28
  • Review of Fernández-Armesto, The Global Opportunity, 8:326-28
  • Review of Lamb, The Globe Encircled and the World Revealed, 8:326-28

Phillips, William D., Jr., and Carla Rahn Phillips, The Worlds of Christopher Columbus (reviewed by Elbl), 6:135-37

Piggott, Joan R., The Emergence of Japanese Kingship (reviewed by Friday), 10:449-52

“The Pilgrim Art: The Culture of Porcelain in World History,” by Robert Finlay, 9:141-87

Pilgrims to the Past: Private Conversations with Historians of European Expansion, edited by Bluss, van der Putten, and Vogel (reviewed by Black), 9:286-88

Piotrowski, Harry. See McWilliams, Wayne C., and Harry Piotrowski

“Piracy and World History: An Economic Perspective on Maritime Predation,” by J. L. Anderson, 6:175-99

Piscatori, James. See Eickelman, Dale F., and James Piscatori

“A Plea for World System History,” by Andre Gunder Frank, 2:1-28

The Political Economy of Merchant Empires: State Power and World Trade, 1350-1750 by Tracy (reviewed by Earns), 4:338-41

The Politics of Culture in the Shadow of Capital, edited by Lowe and Lloyd (reviewed by Cummings), 10:502-504

The Politics of Development: An Introduction to Global Issues by Seitz (reviewed by Lockard), 1:281-84

The Politics of Migration, edited by Cohen and Layton-Henry (reviewed by Miller), 10:441-47

Ponting, Clive, A Green History of the World: The Environment and the Collapse of Great Civilizations (reviewed by Soroka), 6:251-53

Portuguese Trade in Asia under the Habsburgs by Boyajian (reviewed by De Silva), 6:142-44

The Potlatch Papers: A Colonial Case History by Bracken (reviewed by Atleo), 10:246-50

Powell, James M., ed., Muslims under Latin Rule, 1100-1300 (reviewed by Moore), 3:273-75

Prazniak, Roxann, Dialogues across Civilizations: Sketches in World History from the Chinese and European Experiences (reviewed by Reilly), 9:117-19

Price, Richard

  • Alabi’s World (reviewed by Sweet), 3:277-81
  • See also Mintz, Sidney W., and Richard Price

Price, Richard, and Sally Price, On the Mall: Presenting Maroon Tradition-Bearers at the 1992 Festival of American Folklife (reviewed by Mulroy), 8:182-83

Prutky’s Travels in Ethiopia and Other Countries by Arrowsmith-Brown, ed. and trans. (reviewed by Schaefer), 5:364-67

“Pseudo-Conversion and Patchwork Pedigrees: The Christianization of Muslim Princes and the Diplomacy of Holy War,” by Adam Knobler, 7:181-97

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Quale, G. Robina, A History of Marriage Systems (reviewed by Klassen), 2:239-42

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Ralston, David B., Importing the European Army: The Introduction of European Military Techniques and Institutions into the Extra-European World, 1600-1914 (reviewed by McNeill), 3:142-43

Ranger, Terence, “Europeans in Black Africa,” 9:255-68

Raychaudhuri, Tapan, Europe Reconsidered: Perceptions of the West in Nineteenth-Century Bengal (reviewed by Kopf), 2:101-104

Rebel and Saint: Muslim Notables, Populist Protest, Colonial Encounters (Algeria and Tunisia, 1800-1904) by Clancy-Smith (reviewed by Hoisington), 9:125-27

Reber, Vera Blinn. Review of Hutchinson, Champions of Charity:?War and the Rise of the Red Cross, 10:243-46

“Recent Trends in the Historiography of the Indian Ocean, 1500 to 1800,” by ?S. Arasaratnam, 1:225-48

Reid, Anthony, ed., Southeast Asia in the Early Modern Era: Trade, Power, and Belief (reviewed by Charney), 7:145-49

Reilly, Kevin

  • Review of Frank and Gills, eds., The World System: Five Hundred Years or Five Thousand? 7:301-304
  • Review of Prazniak, Dialogues across Civilizations: Sketches in World History from the Chinese and European Experiences, 9:117-19
  • Review of Von Laue, The World Revolution of Westernization: The Twentieth Century in Global Perspective, 1:277-80

“Religious and Cultural Conversion to Islam in Ninth-Century Umayyad Córdoba,” by Jessica A. Coope, 4:47-68

“Remaking the Land: The Acclimatization Movement and Anglo Ideas of Nature,” by Thomas R. Dunlap, 8:303-19

“Rethinking the Ottoman ‘Decline’: Military Technology Diffusion in the Ottoman Empire, Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries,” by Jonathan Grant, 10:179-201

Rethinking World History: Essays on Europe, Islam, and World History by Hodgson (reviewed by Dunn), 7:131-33

Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World by Goldstone (reviewed by Kroeber), 3:275-77

Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements by DeFronzo (reviewed by Cleland), 5:156-58

“Rhetorics and Rights of Identity in Islamist Movements,” by Valentine M. Moghadam, 4:243-64

The Rise and Fall of the Plantation Complex: Essays in Atlantic History by Curtin (reviewed by Chappell), 3:140-42

The Rise of Early Modern Science: Islam, China, and the West by Huff (reviewed by Blue), 7:137-41

“The Rise of Jute Manufacturing in Colonial India: A Global Perspective,” by Tara Sethia, 7:71-99

The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval Europe by Flint (reviewed by Jolly), 4:153-55

The Rise of Merchant Empires: Long Distance Trade in the Early Modern World, 1350-1750 by Tracy (reviewed by Earns), 3:137-40

The Rise of the West after Twenty-Five Years,” by William H. McNeill, 1:1-21

Risso, Patricia, Merchants and Faith: Muslim Commerce and Culture in the Indian Ocean (reviewed by Voll), 8:324-25

Road to Power: The Trans-Siberian Railroad and the Colonization of Asian Russia, 1850-1917 by Marks (reviewed by McKay), 5:152-53

Robertson, Roland, Globalization: Social Theory and Global Culture (reviewed by Von Laue), 5:158-60

Roland, Alex. Review of Van Creveld, Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict, 6:150-52

Romero, Patricia, ed., Women’s Voices on Africa: A Century of Travel Writing (reviewed by Wheatley), 4:160-62

Roseberry, William. See Cooper, Frederick, Allen F. Isaacman, Florencia E. Mallon, William Roseberry, and Steve J. Stern

Rossabi, Morris. Review of Adshead, China in World History, 1:263-64

Rothney, John A. M. See Findley, Carter V., and John A. M. Rothney

Ruete, Emily, Memoirs of an Arabian Princess from Zanzibar (reviewed by Page), 2:247-49

Rupp, Leila J., Worlds of Women: The Making of an International Women’s Movement (reviewed by Zinsser), 10:483-85

Russell, James C., The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity: A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation (reviewed by Jeffrey B. Russell), 6:266-69

Russell, Jeffrey B. Review of James C. Russell, The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity: A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation, 6:266-69

Russell-Wood, A.J.R.

  • A World on the Move: The Portuguese in Africa, Asia, and America, 1415-1808 (reviewed by Coates), 5:361-64
  • An Expanding World: The European Impact on World History, 1450-1800 (ed.) (reviewed by Phillips), 8:326-28
  • Review of Subrahmanyam, The Career and Legend of Vasco da Gama, 10:452-57

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Sage, Steven F. Review of Needham, Yates, Gawlikowsky, McEwen, and Ling, Science and Civilization in China, volume 5, part 6, section 30, 8:157-60

Saha, Santosh C. Review of Kieh, Dependency and the Foreign Policy of a Small Power: The Liberian Case, 5:376-78

Salt and Civilization by Adshead (reviewed by Jones), 4:329-31

Salt of the Earth: The Political Origins of Peasant Protest and Communist Revolution in China by Thaxton (reviewed by Dirlik), 10:260-63

Scammell, G. V., Ships, Oceans and Empire: Studies in European Maritime and Colonial History, 1400-1750 (reviewed by de Silva), 7:304-306

Schaefer, Charles. Review of Arrowsmith-Brown, ed. and trans., Prutky’s Travels in Ethiopia and Other Countries, 5:364-67

Schell, William, Jr. Review of Flynn and Giráldez, eds., Metals and Monies in an Emerging Global Economy, 10:463-66

Schencking, J. Charles. Review of Evans and Peattie, Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887-1941, 10:491-93

Scherer, M. A., “A Cross-Cultural Conflict Reexamined: Annette Akroyd and Keshub Chunder Sen,” 7:231-59

Schieffelin, Edward L., and Robert Crittenden, Like People You See in a Dream: First Contact in Six Papuan Societies (reviewed by Jones), 4:158-60

Schmidt, Karl J.

  • An Atlas and Survey of South Asian History (reviewed by Sharma), 7:141-43
  • Review of Wood, Did Marco Polo Go to China?, 10:220-23

Schrecker, John E., The Chinese Revolution in Historical Perspective (reviewed by Uhalley), 4:162-65

Schrier, Arnold. Review of National Center for History in the Schools, National Standards for World History: Exploring Paths to the Present, 7:297-99

Schütz, Albert J., The Voices of Eden: A History of Hawaiian Language Studies (reviewed by Karttunen), 8:176-79

Schwartz, Stuart B. See Stearns, Peter N., Michael Adas, and Stuart B. Schwartz

Science and Civilization in China, volume 5, part 6, section 30 by Needham, Yates, Gawlikowsky, McEwen, and Ling (reviewed by Sage), 8:157-60

Science and the Raj, 1857-1905 by Kumar (reviewed by Hoffenberg), 9:299-303

Science, Medicine and Cultural Imperialism by Meade and Walker (reviewed by Headrick), 4:347-49

Scientific Aspects of European Expansion, edited by Storey (reviewed by Osborne), 9:288-90

Sedgwick, Mark. Review of Miller, ed. and trans., Disorienting Encounters: Travels of a Moroccan Scholar in France in 1845-1846; The Voyage of Muhammad aṣ-Ṣaffār, 9:296-99

Seitz, John L., The Politics of Development: An Introduction to Global Issues (reviewed by Lockard), 1:281-84

Sethia, Tara, “The Rise of Jute Manufacturing in Colonial India: A Global Perspective,” 7:71-99

Sex among Allies: Military Prostitution in U.S.-Korea Relations by Moon (reviewed by Shaffer), 10:499-502

Shaffer, Lynda Norene

  • Letter to the Editor, 10:505-506
  • Maritime Southeast Asia to 1500 (reviewed by Brownlee), 9:281-82
  • “Southernization,” 5:1-21

Shaffer, Robert. Review of Moon, Sex among Allies: Military Prostitution in U.S.-Korea Relations, 10:499-502

Shaihu Umar by Balewa (reviewed by Page), 2:247-49

Sharma, Jagdish P. Review of Schmidt, An Atlas and Survey of South Asian History, 7:141-43

Ships, Oceans and Empire: Studies in European Maritime and Colonial History, 1400-1750 by Scammell (reviewed by de Silva), 7:304-306

Shlomowitz, Ralph, and Lance Brennan, “Epidemiology and Indian Labor Migration at Home and Abroad,” 5:47-67

“The Silent Frontier of South Asia, c. a.d. 1100-1800,” by Jos Gommans, 9:1-23

“Silk Roads or Steppe Roads? The Silk Roads in World History,” by David Christian, 11:1-26

“Silks and Religions in Eurasia, c. a.d. 600-1200,” by Liu Xinru, 6:25-48

Simensen, Jarle, “Democracy and Globalization: Nineteen Eighty-nine and the ‘Third Wave,'” 10:391-411

Sinha, Mrinalini, Colonial Masculinity: The “Manly Englishman” and the “Effeminate” Bengali in the Late Nineteenth Century (reviewed by Gupta), 8:344-46

“The Sixteenth-Century Venetian Celebration of the Earth’s Total Habitability: The Issue of the Fully Habitable World for Renaissance Europe,” by John M. Headley, 8:1-27

The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440-1870 by Thomas (reviewed by Elbl), 10:473-76

Slezkine, Yuri, Arctic Mirrors: Russia and the Small Peoples of the North (reviewed by Brower), 7:317-20

Slow Death of Slavery: The Course of Abolition in Northern Nigeria, 1897-1936 by Lovejoy and Hogendorn (reviewed by Blue), 7:149-52

Smedley, Audrey. Review of Allen, The Invention of the White Race. Vol. 2, The Origin of Racial Oppression in Anglo-America, 10:234-37

Smith, Alan K. Creating a World Economy: Merchant Capital, Colonialism, and World Trade, 1400-1825 (reviewed by Anderson), 6:140-42

Smith, John Masson, Jr. Review of Waldron, The Great Wall of China: From History to Myth, 3:135-37

Smith, Roger C. Vanguard of Empire: Ships of Exploration in the Age of Columbus (reviewed by Alden), 6:137-39

So, Alvin Y. Social Change and Development: Modernization, Dependency, and World System Theories (reviewed by Lockard), 2:249-251

Social Change and Development: Modernization, Dependency, and World-System Theories by So (reviewed by Lockard), 2:249-51

Soguk, Nevzat. Review of Wang, Global History and Migrations, 10:227-30

“Solórzano’s De indiarum iure: Applying a Medieval Theory of World Order in the Seventeenth Century,” by James Muldoon, 2:29-45

Soroka, Laurence. Review of Ponting, A Green History of the World: The Environment and the Collapse of Great Civilizations, 6:251-53

Southeast Asia in the Early Modern Era: Trade, Power, and Belief by Reid (reviewed by Charney), 7:145-49

“Southernization,” by Lynda Shaffer, 5:1-21

The Sovereign State and Its Competitors: An Analysis of Systems Change by Spruyt (reviewed by Brady), 8:163-65

Spate, Oscar H. Paradise Found and Lost: The Pacific since Magellan (reviewed by Gilbert), 2:104-108

Spices in the Indian Ocean World, edited by Pearson (reviewed by Van Niel), 9:291-93

Spier, Fred. Review of Mazlish and Buultjens, eds., Conceptualizing Global History, 7:134-36

Spruyt, Hendrik. The Sovereign State and Its Competitors: An Analysis of Systems Change (reviewed by Brady), 8:163-65

Stalinism and Nazism: Dictatorships in Comparison, edited by Kershaw and Lewin (reviewed by Nolte), 10:269-71

“State Formation and Periodization in Inner Asian History,” by Nicola Di Cosmo, 10:1-40

“State versus Indigenous Peoples: The Impact of Hydraulic Projects on Indigenous Peoples of Asia,” by Nguyen Thi Dieu, 7:101-30

Stavrianos, L. S.

  • Lifelines from Our Past: A New World History (reviewed by Martin), 2:91-95
  • Review of McNeill, The Global Condition: Conquerors, Catastrophes, and Community, 5:141-42

Stearn, Steve J. See Cooper, Frederick, Allen F. Isaacman, Florencia E. Mallon, Williams Roseberry, and Steve J. Stern

Stearns, Peter N.

  • The Industrial Revolution in World History (reviewed by Ahlström), 6:287-90
  • “Nationalisms: An Invitation to Comparative Analysis,” 8:57-74

Stearns, Peter N., Michael Adas, and Stuart B. Schwartz, World Civilizations: The Global Experience, 2 vols. (reviewed by Gosch), 5:139-40

Stein, Burton. Review of Chaudhuri, Asia before Europe: Economy and Civilisation of the Indian Ocean from the Rise of Islam to 1750, 4:155-58

Still, William N., Jr.

  • Review of Hattendorf, The Age of Discovery, 10:457-59
  • Review of Hattendorf, The Eighteenth Century and the Classic Age of Sail, 10:457-59

Storey, William K.

  • “Big Cats and Imperialism: Lion and Tiger Hunting in Kenya and Northern India, 1898-1930,” 2:135-73
  • Scientific Aspects of European Expansion (ed.) (reviewed by Osborne), 9:288-90

Strayer, Robert W., et al., The Making of the Modern World: Connected Histories, Divergent Paths (1500 to the Present) (reviewed by Anglin), 1:257-60

Strobel, Margaret

  • European Women and the Second British Empire (reviewed by Zinsser), 4:344-47
  • See also Chaudhuri, Nupur, and Margaret Strobel

Studies in the Economic History of the Pacific Rim edited by Miller, Latham, and Flynn (reviewed by Duiker), 10:230-32

Subrahmanyam, Sanjay, The Career and Legend of Vasco da Gama (reviewed by Russell-Wood), 10:452-57

Swansinger, Jacqueline, “A Three-Legged Race: Ethiopian Reconstruction, 1940-1944,” 2:175-200

Sweet, David. Review of Price, Alabi’s World, 3:277-81

Sznajder, Mario. Review of Eatwell, Fascism: A History, 10:266-69

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Technology and European Overseas Enterprise: Diffusion, Adaption, and Adoption, edited by Adas (reviewed by Coopersmith), 10:462-63

Technology and War from 2000 B.C. to the Present by Van Creveld (reviewed by Mears), 3:130-32

Thaxton, Ralph A., Jr. Salt of the Earth: The Political Origins of Peasant Protest and Communist Revolution in China (reviewed by Dirlik), 10:260-63

“Theory and History of Revolution,” by Clifton B. Kroeber, 7:21-40

Thiessen, Jacob, “Anglo-Indian Vested Interests and Civil Service Education, 1800-1858: Indications of an East India Company Line,” 5:23-46

“The Thirteenth-Century World System: A Review Essay,” by Andre Gunder Frank, 1:249-56

Thomas, Hugh, The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440-1870 (reviewed by Elbl), 10:473-76

Thomas, Nicholas. In Oceania: Visions, Artifacts, Histories (reviewed by Buschmann), 10:250-53

Thompson, Jason

  • “Osman Effendi: A Scottish Convert to Islam in Early Nineteenth-Century Egypt,” 5:99-123
  • Review of al-Jabarti, Napoleon in Egypt: Al-Jabarti’s Chronicle of the French Occupation, 1798, 6:144-47

Thompson, William R., “The Military Superiority Thesis and the Ascendency of Western Eurasia in the World System,” 10:143-78

Thornley, Andrew. See Munro, Doug, and Andrew Thornley

Thornton, John K.

  • Africa and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World, 1400-1680 (reviewed by Jackson), 5:353-56
  • Review of Brooks, Landlords and Strangers: Ecology, Society, and Trade in Western Africa, 1000-1630, 6:132-35
  • “‘I Am the Subject of the King of Congo’: African Political Ideology and the Haitian Revolution,” 4:181-214

“A Three-Legged Race: Ethiopian Reconstruction, 1940-1944,” by Jacqueline Swansinger, 2:175-200

The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: A History of the Struggle for Great Power among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs and Chinese during the Early Middle Ages by Beckwith (reviewed by Golden), 1:264-68

Tipton, Frank B. Review of Cameron, A Concise Economic History of the World from Paleolithic Times to the Present, 3:265-69

“Toward a Comparative History of Borderlands,” by Michiel Baud and Willem van Schendel, 8:211-42

“Toward ‘One Enlightened and Progressive Civilization’: Discourses of Expansion and Nineteenth-Century Chinese Missions Abroad,” by Charles Desnoyers, 8:135-56

“Toward World History: American Historians and the Coming of the World History Course,” by Gilbert Allardyce, 1:23-76

Tracy, James D., ed.

  • The Political Economy of Merchant Empires: State Power and World Trade, 1350-1750 (reviewed by Earns), 4:338-41
  • The Rise of Merchant Empires: Long-Distance Trade in the Early Modern World, 1350-1750 (reviewed by Earns), 3:137-40

Treadgold, Donald W., Freedom: A History (reviewed by Muhlberger), 3:269-71

“Treaties and Friendships: British Imperialism, the Ottoman Empire, and China in the Nineteenth Century,” by Reusat Kasaba, 4:215-41

Turner, Mary, ed., From Chattel Slaves to Wage Slaves: The Dynamics of Labour Bargaining in the Americas (reviewed by Karras), 8:169-72

Twentieth-Century World by Findley and Rothney (reviewed by Keylor), 3:281-84

Tyrrell, Ian, “Peripheral Visions: Californian-Australian Environmental Contacts, ?c. 1850s-1910,” 8:275-302

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Uhalley, Stephen, Jr. Review of Schrecker, The Chinese Revolution in Historical Perspective, 4:162-65

The Uncertainties of Empire: Essays in Iberian and Ibero-American Intellectual History by Pagden (reviewed by Pardo), 7:312-15

“An Undergraduate World History Curriculum for the Twenty-First Century,” by George E. Brooks, 2:65-79

“The Unity and Disunity of Indian Ocean History from the Rise of Islam to 1750: The Outline of a Theory and Historical Discourse,” by K. N. Chaudhuri, 4:1-21

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Vadney, T. E., “World History as an Advanced Academic Field,” 1:209-23

Van Creveld, Martin

  • Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict (reviewed by Roland), 6:150-52
  • Technology and War from 2000 B.C. to the Present (reviewed by Mears), 3:130-32

Van der Putten, Frans-Paul. See Blussé, Leonard, Frans-Paul Van der Putten, and Hans Vogel

Vanguard of Empire: Ships of Exploration in the Age of Columbus by Roger C. Smith (reviewed by Alden), 6:137-39

Van Horne, Winston A., ed., Global Convulsions: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism at the End of the Twentieth Century (reviewed by Hutchinson), 10:494-99

Van Niel, Robert

  • “Colonialism Revisited: Recent Historiography,” 1:109-24
  • Review of Emmer and Gaastra, eds., The Organization of Interoceanic Trade in European Expansion, 1450-1800, 9:288-90
  • Review of Pearson, ed., Spices in the Indian Ocean World, 9:288-90

Van Schendel, Willem. See Baud, Michiel, and Willem Van Schendel

Van Tilburg, Hans Konrad. Review of Deng, Chinese Maritime Activities and Socioeconomic Development, c. 2100 B.C.-1900 A.D., 10:213-15

“Vasco da Gama and Africa: An Era of Mutual Discovery, 1497-1800,” by David Northrup, 9:189-211

Vogel, Hans. See Blussé, Leonard, Frans-Paul Van der Putten, and Hans Vogel

The Voices of Eden: A History of Hawaiian Language Studies by Schütz (reviewed by Karttunen), 8:176-79

Voll, John Obert

  • “Islam as a Special World-System,” 5:213-26
  • Review of Risso, Merchants and Faith: Muslim Commerce and Culture in the Indian Ocean, 8:324-25

Von Glahn, Richard, Fountain of Fortune: Money and Monetary Policy in China, 1000-1700 (reviewed by Frank), 9:121-25

Von Laue, Theodore H.

  • Review of Geiss, Geschichte griffbereit, 6:254-56
  • Review of Robertson, Globalization: Social Theory and Global Culture, 5:158-60
  • The World Revolution of Westernization: The Twentieth Century in Global Perspective (reviewed by Reilly), 1:277-80

Voyages of Discovery: Captain Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific by Withey (reviewed by Gilbert), 2:104-108

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Waldron, Arthur, The Great Wall of China: From History to Myth (reviewed by Smith), 3:135-37

Walker, Mark. See Meade, Teresa, and Mark Walker

Wallerstein, Immanuel, The Modern World-System III: The Second Era of Great Expansion of the Capitalist World-Economy, 1730-1840s (reviewed by Gosch), 1:274-76

Wang Gungwu, ed., Global History and Migrations

  • Reviewed by Lockard, 9:272-75
  • Reviewed by Soguk, 10:227-30

Wang, Q. Edward, “History, Space, and Ethnicity: The Chinese Worldview,” 10:285-305

War before Civilization by Keeley (reviewed by Helms), 10:431-34

War in the Tribal Zone: Expanding States and Indigenous Warfare by Ferguson and Whitehead (reviewed by Miller), 4:333-35

“Was It Pluck or Luck That Made the West Grow Rich?” by David D. Buck, 10:413-30

Watts, Pauline Moffitt

  • Review of Dathorne, Imagining the World: Mythical Belief versus Reality in Global Encounters, 8:329-30
  • Review of Muldoon, The Americas in the Spanish World Order: The Justification for Conquest in the Seventeenth Century, 8:329-30

Watts, Sheldon

  • Epidemics and History: Disease, Power, and Imperialism (reviewed by Cook), 10:434-36
  • Review of Cook, Born to Die: Disease and New World Conquest, 1492-1650, 10:459-61

The Wealth of Nature: Environmental History and the Ecological Imagination by Worster (reviewed by Grabill), 6:256-63

Weinberg, Gerhard, A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II (reviewed by Gilbert), 7:152-54

Wesseling, H. L. Imperialism and Colonialism: Essays on the History of European Expansion (reviewed by Headrick), 10:237-40

Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance by Chaudhuri and Strobel, eds. (reviewed by Adas), 5:370-73

What Is in a Rim? Critical Perpsectives on the Pacific Region Idea by Dirlik (reviewed by Duiker), 6:274-76

Wheatley, Helen

  • Agriculture, Resource Exploitation, and Environmental Change (ed.) (reviewed by McNeill), 10:466-68
  • “From Traveler to Notable: Lady Duff Gordon in Upper Egypt, 1862-1869,” 3:81-104
  • Review of Romero, Women’s Voices on Africa: A Century of Travel Writing, 4:160-62

White, Colin. See Jones, Eric, Lionel Frost, and Colin White

White, Donald W.

  • The American Century: The Rise and Decline of the United States as a World Power (reviewed by Craig), 9:305-308
  • “The ‘American Century’ in World History,” 3:105-27

White, Richard, The Middle Ground: Indians, Empires, and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815 (reviewed by Chappell), 6:276-79

Whitehead, Neil L. See Ferguson, R. Brian, and Neil L. Whitehead

Whose India? The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History by Hubel (reviewed by Levine), 9:127-29

Wigen, Kären E. See Lewis, Martin W., and Kären E. Wigen

Wills, John E., Jr. Review of Dale, Indian Merchants and Eurasian Trade, 1600-1750, 8:333-34

Withey, Lynne. Voyages of Discovery: Captain Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific (reviewed by Gilbert), 2:104-108

The Witness and the Other World: Exotic European Travel Writing, 400-1600 by Campbell (reviewed by Dunn), 2:95-99

Women against Slavery: The British Campaigns, 1780-1870 by Midgley (reviewed by Northrup), 8:335-37

Women’s Voices on Africa: A Century of Travel Writing by Romero (reviewed by Wheatley), 4:160-62

Wood, Frances. Did Marco Polo Go to China? (reviewed by Schmidt), 10:220-23

A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II by Weinberg (reviewed by Gilbert), 7:152-54

World Civilizations: The Global Experience by Stearns, Adas, and Schwartz (reviewed by Gosch), 5:139-40

World Historians and Their Goals: Twentieth-Century Answers to Modernism by Costello (reviewed by Mears), 5:373-76

“World History and World Forecasting,” by E. L. Jones, 5:125-38

“World History and the Rise and Fall of the West,” by William H. McNeill, 9:215-36

“World History as an Advanced Academic Field,” by T. E. Vadney, 1:209-23

“World History in the People’s Republic of China,” by Ralph C. Croizier, 1:151-69

The World of Maluku: Eastern Indonesia in the Early Modern Period by Andaya (reviewed by Charney), 7:145-49

A World on the Move: The Portuguese in Africa, Asia, and America, 1415-1808 by Russell-Wood (reviewed by Coates), 5:361-64

The World Revolution of Westernization: The Twentieth Century in Global Perspective by Von Laue (reviewed by Reilly), 1:277-80

The World since 1945: A History of International Relations by McWilliams and Piotrowski (reviewed by Keylor), 3:281-84

The World System: Five Hundred Years or Five Thousand? by Frank and Gills, eds. (reviewed by Reilly), 7:301-304

World Trade since 1431: Geography, Technology and Capitalism by Hugill (reviewed by Anderson), 7:307-309

The Worlds of Christopher Columbus by Phillips and Phillips (reviewed by Elbl), 6:135-37

Worlds of Women: The Making of an International Women’s Movement by Rupp (reviewed by Zinsser), 10:483-85

Worster, Donald, The Wealth of Nature: Environmental History and the Ecological Imagination (reviewed by Grabill), 6:256-63

Wriggins, Sally Hovey, Xuanzang: A Buddhist Pilgrim on the Silk Road (reviewed by Clark), 9:119-21

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Xuanzang: A Buddhist Pilgrim on the Silk Road by Wriggins (reviewed by Clark), 9:119-21

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Y

Yates, Robin D. S. See Needham, Joseph, Robin D. S. Yates, Krzystof Gawlikowsky, Edward McEwan, and Wang Ling

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Zinsser, Judith P.

  • Review of Rupp, Worlds of Women: The Making of an International Women’s Movement, 10:483-85
  • Review of Strobel, European Women and the Second British Empire, 4:344-47

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