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COMING SOON: ‘The Rise of Indigenous Military History’ by Dr. Noah Riseman

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘The Rise of Indigenous Military History’ by Dr. Noah Riseman … Provisional Abstract: This article examines the historiography of Indigenous military service in the Anglo-settler societies Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States. It traces the emergence of ‘positive’ national narratives of Indigenous military service in … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Islamic Architecture and Institutions in the Late Medieval City’ by Prof. Ethel Wolper

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Islamic Architecture and Institutions in the Late Medieval City’ by Prof. Ethel Wolper … Provisional Abstract: There are a number of competing and complementary analytic keys to understanding the architecture and institutions of the late medieval Islamic city. My discussion of the socioeconomic place of Islamic architecture within the … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘An introduction to the environmental history of the Mamlūk Sultanate’ by Dr. Yehoshua Frenkel

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘An introduction to the environmental history of the Mamlūk Sultanate’ by Dr. Yehoshua Frenkel … Provisional Abstract: Environmental history, the study of the interaction of nature and society, is a research field that has only recently been applied to Mamlūk studies. It seeks to elucidate all aspects of relations … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Frontier/Fronteira: Reconsidering Brazil’s Territorial Consolidation’ by Dr. Hal Langfur

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Frontier/Fronteira: Reconsidering Brazil’s Territorial Consolidation’ by Dr. Hal Langfur … Provisional Abstract: The following essay examines Portuguese and Brazilian understandings of the frontier as a term and concept applicable to Brazil’s colonial history. It argues that Brazilian scholars often rejected the concept because of perceived excesses in its application … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘”The Place of Rus’ in Medieval Europe”‘ by Prof. Christian Raffensperger

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”The Place of Rus’ in Medieval Europe”‘ by Prof. Christian Raffensperger … Provisional Abstract: Rus’, the medieval kingdom that was the progenitor of modern Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus has had a complicated historiography due to modern political trends. The chief problem that has shaped scholarship on medieval Rus’ is … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Exploring the Concept of Empire in Pacific History: Individuals, Nations, and Ocean Space prior to 1850′ by Prof. David Igler

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Exploring the Concept of Empire in Pacific History: Individuals, Nations, and Ocean Space prior to 1850′ by Prof. David Igler … Provisional Abstract: The concept of empire pervades most scholarly discussions of transnational and world history, especially for the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. However, empire as an analytical tool … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘”Knowing Skin in Early Modern Europe, c. 1450-1750″‘ by Prof. Craig Koslofsky

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”Knowing Skin in Early Modern Europe, c. 1450-1750″‘ by Prof. Craig Koslofsky … Provisional Abstract: Knowing Skin in Early Modern Europe, c. 1450-1750 Abstract Over the last few decades the human skin has emerged as a distinct site of research for humanists, and specifically for historians of race, art, … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Canada and the Human Rights Framework: Historiographical Trends’ by Mrs. Jennifer Tunnicliffe

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Canada and the Human Rights Framework: Historiographical Trends’ by Mrs. Jennifer Tunnicliffe … Provisional Abstract: This article examines trends in Canadian human rights history, with a focus on three major themes that have guided the scholarship: challenges to the characterization of Canada as a historically tolerant nation; a study … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘The Experience of Children in Perón’s Argentina: Rece nt Interventions and Future Directions’ by Prof. Thomas Brinkerhoff

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘The Experience of Children in Perón’s Argentina: Recent Interventions and Future Directions’ by Prof. Thomas Brinkerhoff … Provisional Abstract: Peronism, a populist movement headed by Juan Domingo Perón that swept through Argentina in late 1940s and early 1950s, has emerged as one of the more heavily studied and contentious … Continue reading