World

Edited by Rainer F. Buschmann

Volume 12 (2014)

Exploring the Concept of Empire in Pacific History: Individuals, Nations, and Ocean Space Prior to 1850
David Igler

Idealizing Inhabited Wilderness: A Revision to the History of Indigenous Peoples and National Parks
Ezra D. Rashkow

Empire, Industry, and Globalization: Rethinking the Emergence of the Gold Standard in the 19th‐century World
J. Taylor Vurpillat

Shifting Between Biomedical and Social Medicine: International Health Organizations in the 20th Century
Iris Borowy

The Ottoman Economy, c.1300‐c.1585
Kate Fleet

After the Revolution: An Alternative Future for Atlantic History
David Prior

Mapping Space and Mobility in the Red Sea Region, c.1500–1950
Jonathan Miran

Volume 11 (2013)

The Mongol Empire in World History: The State of the Field
Michal Biran

Indentured Servitude in the 17th Century English Atlantic: A Brief Survey of the Literature
John Donoghue

New Ways to Write the History of Western Europe and the United States: The Concept of Intercultural Transfer
Thomas Adam

Chinese Migration and Settlement in Southeast Asia Before 1850: Making Fields From the Sea
Craig A. Lockard

“Beyond Spain: Inquisition History in a Global Context”
Robin Vose

Volume 10 (2012)

Early Modern Central Asia in World History (pages 866–878)
Scott C. Levi

World History, MesoAmerica, and the Native American Southwest (pages 537–548)
W. Dirk Raat

Towards an historical sociology of World History (pages 483–495)
Trevor R. Getz

Volume 9 (2011)

19th Century Latin America Imperialism from a Global Perspective (pages 827–843)
Michael Powelson

Development and Spread of Firearms in Medieval and Early Modern Eurasia (pages 818–826)
Peter Lorge

The Qing Empire (China), Imperialism, and the Modern World (pages 498–508)
Kirk W. Larsen

19th Century Latin America Imperialism from a Global Perspective (pages 827–843)
Michael Powelson

Development and Spread of Firearms in Medieval and Early Modern Eurasia (pages 818–826)
Peter Lorge

The Qing Empire (China), Imperialism, and the Modern World (pages 498–508)
Kirk W. Larsen

Volume 8 (2010)

Recycling Modernity: Waste and Environmental History (pages 1114–1125)
Tim Cooper

Equal Representation of Time and Space: Arno Peters’ Universal History (p 718-729)
Stefan Müller

The California School and Beyond: How to Study the Great Divergence? (p 730-751)
Peer Vries

Ivory in World History – Early Modern Trade in Context (p 530-542)
Martha Chaiklin

The Concentration Camp in Global Historical Perspective (p 543-561)
Klaus Mühlhahn

Volume 6 (2008)

The Christian Religion in Modern European and World History: A Review of The Cambridge History of Christianity, 1815–2000 (p 1426-1438)
David Lindenfeld

Exploring Periodization in the Classroom: A Seminar on the Early-Modern World (p 1368-1381)
Luke Clossey, Brandon Marriott

Scholars and the Sea: A Historiography of the Indian Ocean (p 1382-1393)
Sebastian R. Prange

The Iron Age World-System (p 969-999)
Boris Stremlin

The Oceans as the Common Property of Mankind from Early Modern Period to Today (p 659-672)
Ingo Klaus Heidbrink

Volume 5 (2007)

Africa and World History: From Antipathy to Synergy (p 1998-2013)
Jonathan T. Reynolds

Toward a Geographically-Integrated, Connected World History: Employing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (p 2014-2040)
J. B. Owens

Oil and the Origins of the Great War (p 2041-2060)
F. William Engdahl

Africa and World History: From Antipathy to Synergy (p 1998-2013)
Jonathan T. Reynolds

Toward a Geographically-Integrated, Connected World History: Employing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (p 2014-2040)
J. B. Owens

Oil and the Origins of the Great War (p 2041-2060)
F. William Engdahl

Transmissions and Transformations: Global Peace Movements between the Hague Conferences and World War I (p 1677-1693)
Anne Chao

History for the Anthropocene (p 1694-1719)
Libby Robin, Will Steffen

The Development of Telegraphy, 1870–1900: A European Perspective on a World History Challenge (p 1720-1742)
Roland Wenzlhuemer

Modern World History as the Rise of the Rich: A New Paradigm (p 1026-1049)
Peter Gran

The Success of Sharing Societies: Lessons from History (p 1050-1061)
Trevor Getz

Flu: Past and Present (p 709-724)
George Dehner

Sino-Cuban Relations and Cuba’s Future after Fidel Castro (p 725-736)
Yinghong Cheng

Medieval Europe and the World: Why Medievalists Should Also Be World Historians
Teofilo Ruiz

Eunuchs in Historical Perspective
Kathryn M. Ringrose

Volume 3 (2005)

Crossing the Eastern Divide: Western Civilization and Islam in the Views of Chaadaev and Gokalp (p **-**)
Jonathan Grant

Volume 2 (2004)

Between Religious Marketplace and Spiritual Wasteland: Religion in the British Atlantic World
Carla Gardina Pestana

Oceans of World History: Delineating Aquacentric Notions in the Global Past (p **-**)
Rainer F. Buschmann

Fire Planet, Fire Creature (p **-**)
Stephen Pyne

Volume 1 (2003)

The Significance of the Frontier in World History (p **-**)
Dan Jones

The Crusades in Perspective: The Crusades in Modern Islamic Perspective (p **-**)
A. J. Andrea

When Does World History Begin? (And Why Should We Care?) (p **-**)
David Northrup

The Other Atlantic World (p **-**)
Jason Ward