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COMING SOON: ‘Beyond “The Ecological Indian” and “Virgin Soil Epidemics”: N ew Perspectives on Native Americans and the Environment’ by Prof. James Rice

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Beyond “The Ecological Indian” and “Virgin Soil Epidemics”: New Perspectives on Native Americans and the Environment’ by Prof. James Rice … Provisional Abstract: Indians figured prominently in many of the now-classic works that helped to define the burgeoning new field of environmental history during the 1970s and 1980s. Although … Continue reading

COMING SOON: “Cultural Skirmishes in Eighteenth Century England: The Attack on Aristocratic Vice.” by Prof. Donna Andrew

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘”””Cultural Skirmishes in Eighteenth Century England: The Attack on Aristocratic Vice.”””‘ by Prof. Donna Andrew … Provisional Abstract: This paper seeks to trace the evolution and nature of changing ideas about crime and vice in eighteenth-century England. The new social history of England, which began in 1960s, inspired perhaps … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘The Papal Bull Unigenitus the Forging of Enlightenment Catholicism, c. 1713-1764′ by Prof. Jeffrey Burson

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘The Papal Bull Unigenitus the Forging of Enlightenment Catholicism, c. 1713-1764′ by Prof. Jeffrey Burson … Provisional Abstract: Abstract: This article highlight the ongoing vitality and utility of studying the importance of Bull Unigenitus in view of its relationship to the creation of Enlightenment Catholicism. This article will concern … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Japanese Debates on Asia and Asianism: A Conceptual Framework’ by Prof. Simon Avenell

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Japanese Debates on Asia and Asianism: A Conceptual Framework’ by Prof. Simon Avenell … Provisional Abstract: This article analyzes discussions about Asia in Japan since the mid-1980s, offering a conceptual framework for understanding the contours of this debate. The article identifies three normative positions among participants: those advocating the … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Taiwan under Japanese Rule. Showpiece of a Model Colony? Historiographical Tendencies in Narrating Colonialism’ by Dr. Nadin Hee

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Taiwan under Japanese Rule. Showpiece of a Model Colony? Historiographical Tendencies in Narrating Colonialism’ by Dr. Nadin Hee … Provisional Abstract: There is a tendency within research on Japanese Colonialism to idealize Taiwan under Japanese rule as a “model colony.” This paper questions such narratives and asks what implications … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘BLACK BRITAIN AND THE POLITICS OF RACE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY’ by Prof. Kennetta Hammond Perry

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘BLACK BRITAIN AND THE POLITICS OF RACE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY’ by Prof. Kennetta Hammond Perry … Provisional Abstract: This essay examines a growing literature on postcolonial black Britain that seeks to suture the ties between pre and postwar histories of black political activity in Britain. By examining how … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Overturning the Point: Exploring change in Australian-Asian relations’ by Dr. Agnieszka Sobocinska

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Overturning the Point: Exploring change in Australian-Asian relations’ by Dr. Agnieszka Sobocinska … Provisional Abstract: The historiography of Australian-Asian relations is punctuated with numerous ‘turning points’. This article explores the ramifications of ascribing change in Australian-Asian relations to single events. It suggests that this mode encourages ahistorical and teleological … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Diet as Culture. On Medical Context of Food Consumption in the Medieval Near East’ by Prof. Paulina Lewicka

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Diet as Culture. On Medical Context of Food Consumption in the Medieval Near East’ by Prof. Paulina Lewicka … Provisional Abstract: The Graeco-Arabic medicine was based on ancient Greek foundations or, more precisely, on the Galenic doctrine of humoral pathology which conditioned both the preventive and curative treatment on … Continue reading

COMING SOON: ‘Ethnic identification and stereotypes in Western Europe, c. 1100-1300′ by Dr. Claire Weeda

New History Compass article coming soon: ‘Ethnic identification and stereotypes in Western Europe, c. 1100-1300′ by Dr. Claire Weeda … Provisional Abstract: The central Middle Ages witnessed a remarkable upsurge in sources containing ethnic stereotypes. Should we interpret the increase in ethnic images as evidence that people identified more strongly with ethnic or national groups … Continue reading