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COMING SOON: ‘Repositioning History for the Future – Recent Academic Debates in China’ by Dr. Ines Eben v. Racknitz

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Repositioning History for the Future – Recent Academic Debates in China’ by Dr. Ines Eben v. Racknitz … Provisional Abstract: Changes in politics and society in post-Deng China are also reflected in the departments of History in Chinese Universities: Questions of political legitimation in China and contact with colleagues … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘”Telegraphy and Journalism in Colonial India, c. 1830s-1900″‘ by Dr. Amelia Bonea

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”Telegraphy and Journalism in Colonial India, c. 1830s-1900″‘ by Dr. Amelia Bonea … Provisional Abstract: This essay argues that a focus on technologies of communication such as the electric telegraph helps us to rethink the historiography of the press in colonial India by drawing attention to the ‘moments of … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Canadian Political History and Ideas: Intersections and Influences’ by Dr. Kevin Anderson

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Canadian Political History and Ideas: Intersections and Influences’ by Dr. Kevin Anderson … Provisional Abstract: Over the last two decades traditionally minded historians have argued that the rise of social and cultural history has fragmented Canadian history and caused the decline of Canadian political history. Despite these claims, current … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘The History of Mum and Dad: Recent Historical Research on Parenting in England from the sixteenth to twentieth centuries’ by Prof. Joanne Bailey

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘The History of Mum and Dad: Recent Historical Research on Parenting in England from the sixteenth to twentieth centuries’ by Prof. Joanne Bailey … Provisional Abstract: Parenting has a complex but only recently examined history. This article surveys this scholarship, which is driven by the histories of gender, emotions, … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘The ‘Golden Age of Historiography’: Records and Writers in the Reign of Henry II’ by Prof. John Hosler

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘The ‘Golden Age of Historiography’: Records and Writers in the Reign of Henry II’ by Prof. John Hosler … Provisional Abstract: The study of the reign of King Henry II of England (1154-1189) has been vibrant since the nineteenth century. As sources for his reign have been discovered, edited … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Shifting between biomedical and social medicine: International Health Organizations in the Twentieth Century’ by Dr. Iris Borowy

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Shifting between biomedical and social medicine: International Health Organizations in the Twentieth Century’ by Dr. Iris Borowy … Provisional Abstract: Abstract: International health organizations emerged in the 19th century as a means to reconcile the needs of a world of increasing trade and mobility with the increasing threat of … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Empire, Industry, and Globalization: Rethinking the Emergence of the Gold Standard in the Nineteenth-Century World’ by Prof. John Vurpillat

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Empire, Industry, and Globalization: Rethinking the Emergence of the Gold Standard in the Nineteenth-Century World’ by Prof. John Vurpillat … Provisional Abstract: This article traces the emergence of the international gold standard from a national British monetary regime to an integrated international monetary system during the second half of … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Liberalism and Constitutionalism in Latin America in the Nineteenth Century’ by Prof. Jeremy Adelman

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Liberalism and Constitutionalism in Latin America in the Nineteenth Century’ by Prof. Jeremy Adelman … Provisional Abstract: For generations, nineteenth-century Latin American history has been portrayed as a period of anarchic turmoil, wasted energy, and pointless division. It was the age of caudillos and of political breakup. But recent … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Historians of the Late Medieval English Parliament’ by Prof. Gwilym Dodd

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Historians of the Late Medieval English Parliament’ by Prof. Gwilym Dodd … Provisional Abstract: What accounts for the emergence of the medieval parliament? What were its main functions? Whose interests did parliament serve and how powerful were the Commons in it? These are straightforward questions, but historians have been … Continue reading