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Volume XIV

Winter 2018 (Vol. XIV, Issue I)

The Winter 2018 edition features the following articles:

  • Stranger Things: Hunting, Collecting and Displaying Animals in the Powell-Cotton Museum (Miguel Alegre, University College London)
  • Challenging the Binary: Egyptian Nationalism and Non-Alignment in the Bandung Conference of 1955 (Poorvi Bellur, Columbia University)
  • The Missing Rebellion: 1692-1730 Ireland (Kevin Bendesky, Yale University)
  • A “Women’s Interpretation of Zionism:” American Hadassah Women Finding Agency at the Confluence of Maternalism and Colonialism (Matthew Brill-Carlat, Vassar College)
  • Evocation of the Illegitimate: The Crossroad of Language and Nationalism in Algeria (1920s-1990s) (Ha Dong, McGill University)
  • The Empire Bites Back: The Representation of Postcolonial India in Mrs. Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery (Julia Fine, Harvard University)
  • “Two Great Parties”: Martin Van Buren’s Developing Views on the Two-Party System from 1800-1862 (Claire Fishman, Brown University)
  • The Rise of Bohemia: The Beatnik Influence on Civil Rights and Anti-Conformists in America, 1944 – 1966 (Tre Goodhue, University of Northern Iowa)
  • The Victims and Perpetrators History Has Forgotten: Concentration Camp Brothels Under National Socialism (Haley Hayashi, University of California, Berkeley)
  • Human Rights and the Liberalization of Abortion and Contraception in Western Europe (Hannah Hicklen, The College of William and Mary)
  • Icepicks and Nobel Prizes: the Birth of the Lobotomy (Declan Riley Kunkel, Yale University)
  • The Right Man at the Right Time: Explaining the Rapid Rise of the Konbaung Dynasty (Noah McCarthy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Mass Medicine: Nationalism and Nursing in Wartime China (Naveed Nikpour, Vassar College)
  • Violence and Belonging in Jacksonian America (Elena Ryan, University of St. Thomas)
  • Who’s Laughing Now: The Clowns and the Black Baseball Press (Isaac Shapiro, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Wrinkles in a Clash of Civilizations: Complications in the Conception of Russian Empire in the Caucasus (Giacomo Edward Squatriti, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Behind the Purdah: The Historiography of the First Ottoman Queen (Shreya Srinath, State University of New York, Geneseo)
  • “A Bloody and Perfidious People”: Irish Catholics, Transnational Alliances, and the Imperial Religious Politics of the Seventeenth-Century English Caribbean (Christian Zavardino, Bowdoin College)