Recent Faculty Publications

2013 Publications

Adamson, Walter.  “Giovanni Papini: Nietzsche, Secular Religion, and Catholic Fascism,” Politics, Religion, & Ideology (January), 1-20.

Conis, Elena. “A Mother’s Responsibility: Women, Medicine, and the Rise of Contemporary Vaccine Skepticism in the U.S.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine vol. 87, no. 4.

Crais, Clifton (edited with Thomas McClendon). The South Africa Reader: History, Culture, Politics. Durham: Duke University Press.

Crespino, Joseph. “Goldwater in Dixie: Race, Region, and the Rise of the Right,” in Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, ed., Barry Goldwater and the Remaking of the American Political Landscape. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Evans Grubbs, Judith (edited with Tim Parkin). The Oxford Handbook of Childhood and Education in the Classical World. Oxford University Press, 2013.

________. “Infant Exposure and Infanticide” in The Oxford Handbook of Childhood and Education in the Classical World, pages 83-108.

Goldstein, Eric. “The Struggle over Yiddish in Post-immigrant America,” in Hasia R. Diner and Gennady Estraikh, eds., 1929: Mapping the Jewish World. New York: New York University Press.

Lesser, Jeffrey. Immigration, Ethnicity, and National Identity in Brazil, 1808 to the Present. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Mann, Kristin. "A Tale of Slavery and Beyond in a British Colonial Court: West Africa and Brazil," in Alice Bellagamba, Sandra E. Greene, and Martin A. Klein, eds., African Voices on Slavery and the Slave Trade (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013).

Miller, Judith A. (edited with Pierre Serna and Antonino De Francesco). Republics at War, 1776-1840: Revolutions, Conflicts and Geopolitics in Europe and the Atlantic World. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

________. “Fratricide: Tragic Brothers, Masculine Violence and the Republic on the French Stage, 1799,” in Republics at War, 1776-1840: Revolutions, Conflicts and Geopolitics in Europe and the Atlantic World. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Pandey, Gyanendra. A History of Prejudice: Race, Caste, and Difference in India and the United States. New York: Cambridge University Press.

________. “Vernacular and Universal Prejudice,” Southern Spaces, 8 January.

________. ‘Towards a More Capacious and Contested History,” in Syed Jaffar Ahmed, ed., Challenges of History Writing in Pakistan: Essays in Honor of Dr. Mubarak Ali. Lahore.

Patterson, Cynthia. ‘Education in Plato’s Laws” in the Oxford Handbook to Childhoodand Education in the Classial World, eds. Judith Evans Grubbs and Tim Parkin, 365-381 (forthcoming).

Stein, Kenneth W., History, Politics and Diplomacy of the Arab Israeli Conflict: A Source Document Reader for College Courses and Adult Education, Center for Israel Education, 2013, maps, time period introductions, 379 items, 1500 pages (e-book).

________. “Evolving A Diplomatic Legacy from the October War: the US, Egyptian, and Israeli Triangle.” in Asaf Siniver (ed.) The October 1973 War: Politics, Diplomacy, and Legacy (London: Hurst and Company, 2013). pp. 209-229.

Strocchia, Sharon. "Caring for the 'Incurable' in Renaissance Pox Hospitals," in Hospital Life: Theory and Practice from the Medieval to the Modern, ed. Laurinda Abreu and Sally Sheard (Oxford, 2013), 67-92.

Yannakakis, Yanna. “Comparative Indigenous History of the Americas.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Atlantic History. Ed. Trevor Burnard. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

2012 Publications

Adamson, Walter L. “The End of an Avant-garde? Filippo Tommaso Marinetti and Futurism in World War I and its Aftermath,” in Geert Buelens, Harald Hendrix, and Monica Jansen, eds., The History of Futurism: The Precursors, Protagonists, Legacies (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012), 299-318.

Allitt, Patrick (editor). Major Problems in American Religious History, Second Edition. Boston: Cengage.

Andrade, Tonio (edited with William Reger). The Limits of Empire: Imperial Formations in Early Modern World History: Essays in Honor of Geoffrey Parker. London: Ashgate.

________. (with William Reger). “The Limits of Empire in the Early Modern World,” in ibid.

________. (with William Reger). “The Artillery Fortress Was an Engine of European Expansion: Evidence from East Asia,” in ibid.

________. (with William Reger). “Geoffrey Parker and Early Modern History,” in ibid.

________. “Koxinga’s Conquest of Taiwan: A Global Historical Perspective,” Late Imperial China, 33, no. 1.

Crespino, Joseph. Strom Thurmond’s America. New York: Hill and Wang.

Eckert, Astrid M. Fight for the Files: The Western Allies and the Return of Captured German Archives. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Lesser, Jeffrey. “Brazil, Israel y el voto ‘sionismo-racismo’ en las Naciones Unidas (1975),” in Raanan and Rein, eds., Mas Allá de Medio Oriente: Las Diásporas judiá y árabe en América Latina. Granada: Universidad de Granada, 227-42.

Melton, James V. H. “From Courts to Consumers: Theater Publics in Eighteenth-Century Europe.” Forthcoming in James Davis, ed., Critical Essays in European Theatre Performance Practice. London: Ashgate Publishers, 2013.

Odem, Mary (with Irene Brown). “’Juan Crow in the Nuevo South?’: Racialization of Guatemalan and Dominican Immigrants in the Atlanta Metro Area,” Du Bois Review, vol. 9, issue 2, (Fall).

Pandey, Gyanendra. “Un-archived Histories: The ‘Mad’ and the ‘Trifling’’, Economic and Political Weekly, Mumbai, vol. XLVII, no.1 (January).

________. The Construction of Communalism in Colonial North India (third ‘Perennial’ edition, Oxford University Press, New Delhi). Re-issued as part of the American Council of Learned Societies History E-Book Project.

________. “Reflecting on 30 Years of Subaltern Studies,” interview conducted by Moyukh Chatterjee, Cultural Anthropology, Journal of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, Virtual Issue.

Patterson, Cynthia. “Reading Sophocles as Social History: the problem of marriage” in Blackwell’s Companion to Sophocles, ed. Kirk Ormand (2012).

Prude, Jonathan. "New Terrains: Christopher J. Lukasik, 'Discerning Characters' and David Jaffee, 'A New Nation of Goods'--Review Essay in 'Common-Place' (April, 2012)

Rogers, Thomas (with Christine Dabat), “‘A peculiarity of labor in this region’: Workers’ Voices in the Labor Court Archive at the Federal University of Pernambuco,” Latin American Research Review 47, special issue (2012): 163-178.

________. “Paisagem produtiva: A visão de mundo ambiental, racial e classista da elite canavieira nordestina (décadas de 1880 a 1930),” Ciências Humanas e Sociais em Revista 34 no 2 (Jul/Dec 2012): 29-56.

Strocchia, Sharon. “The Melancholic Nun in Late Renaissance Italy,” in Yasmine Haskell, ed., Diseases of the Imagination and Imaginary Diseases in the Early Modern Period. Turnhout, 139-58.

Yannakakis, Yanna. El arte de estar en medio. Intermediarios indígenas, identidad india y régimen colonial en la Oaxaca Colonial (Instituto de Investigaciones en Humanidades, Universidad Autónoma "Benito Juárez" de Oaxaca y El Colegio de Michoacán, 2012).

________. “Introduction: How did they talk to one another? Language Use and Communication in Multilingual New Spain.” In Robert C. Schwaller, editor, Special Issue “A Language of Empire, a Quotidian Tongue: The Uses of Nahuatl in Colonial New Spain” Ethnohistory 59:4, Fall 2012, 667-674.

2011 Publications

Andrade, Tonio. Lost Colony: The Untold Story of China’s First Great Victory over the West. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

________. “An Accelerating Divergence? The Revisionist Model of World History and the Question of Eurasian Military Parity: Data from East Asia,” Canadian Journal of Sociology, 36, no. 2: 185-208.

________. “An Accidental Embassy: How Two Minor Dutch Administrators Inaugurated an Alliance with the Manchu Qing Dynasty of China,” Itinerario 35, no.1: 77–95.

Conis, Elena. “‘Do We Really Need Hepatitis B on the Second Day of Life?’ Vaccination Mandates and Shifting Representations of Hepatitis B.” Journal of Medical Humanities vol. 32, no. 2.

Crais, Clifton C. Poverty, War, and Violence in South Africa. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Eckert, Astrid M. “’Greetings from the Zonal Border’. Tourism to the Iron Curtain in West Germany,” Zeithistorische Forschung/Studies in Contemporary History 8, no.1: 9-36.

________. “’Zaun-Gäste.’ Die innerdeutsche Grenze als Touristenattraktion.” In Grenzziehungen, Grenzerfahrungen, Grenzüberschreitungen. Die innerdeutsche Grenze 1945-1990 [exhibition catalogue], ed. Detlef Schmiechen-Ackermann, Carl-Hans Hauptmeyer, Thomas Schwark. Darmstadt: WBG, 243-251.

Eltis, David. The Cambridge World History of Slavery, vol. 3, AD 1420 to AD 1804. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, contributor and co-editor with Stanley L. Engerman.

Evans Grubbs, Judith. "The Dynamics of Infant Abandonment: Motives, Attitudes and (Unintended) Consequences." In The Dark Side of Childhood in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, ed. Katariina Mustakallio and Christian Laes. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 21-36.

________. "Promoting Pietas through Roman Law." In A Companion to Families in the Greek and Roman Worlds, ed. Beryl Rawson. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 377-392.

Lesser, Jeffrey.  Editor (with Raanan Rein), Together Yet Apart: Arabs and Jews in Latin America. Special issue of Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies (July)

________.    “How the Japanese Diaspora in Brazil became the Brazilian Diaspora in Japan.” In Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities, ed. Kim Knott and Sean McLoughlin. London: Zed Books.

Mann, Kristin. “African and European Initiatives in the Development of Land Law in Colonial Lagos (West Africa).” In Native Claims: Indigenous  Law against Empire, 1500-1914, ed. Saliha Belmessous. New York: Oxford University Press, 223-46.

Melton, James V.H.  Aydınlanma Avrupasında Kamunun Yükselişi [Turkish translation of The Rise of the Public in Enlightenment Europe].  Istanbul: Bosphorus University Press.

________. "The Pastor and the Schoolmaster: Language, Dissent, and the Struggle over Slavery in Colonial Ebenezer."  In Pietism and Community in Europe and North America, 1650-1850, ed. Jonathan Strom. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 225-248.

Odem, Mary E. “Indigenous Immigrants, Religion and the Struggle for Belonging in the United States.” In Subalternity and Difference: Investigations from the North and South, ed. Gyanendra Pandey. London: Routledge, 97-111.

________. (with William Brown). “Living Across Borders: Guatemala Maya Immigrants in the U.S. South.” Southern Spaces: an Interdisciplinary Journal about Regions, Places, and Cultures of the American South (Feb. 2011).

________. (with Irene Browne) "Understanding the Diversity of Atlanta's Latino Population: Intersections of Race, Ethnicity and Class," Norteamérica: Revista Academica del CISAN-UNAM, 6(2011), pp. 71-89.

Pandey, Gyan. Editor, Subalternity and Difference: Investigations from the North and the South. London: Routledge.

________. “The Difference of Subalternity.” In Subalternity and Difference: Investigations from the North and the South, ed. Gyan Pandey. London: Routledge.

________. “Viola’s Story: Re-locating Difference.” In Subalternity and Difference: Investigations from the North and the South, ed. Gyan Pandey. London: Routledge.

Prude, Jonathan. “Coming Into the Cybercountry: ‘Googled: the End of the World as We Know It,’ by Ken Auletta; ‘The Googilization of Everything (And Why We Should Worry),’ by Siva Vaidhyanathan—Review Essay,” Academe (Nov-Dec., 2011): 39-45.

Rogers, Thomas. “Race, Respect, and Authority in Contemporary Brazil: Interpreting the Stories of Sugarcane Workers,” Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas 8, no. 2: 123-146.

Strocchia, Sharon T. “The Nun Apothecaries of Renaissance Florence: Marketing Medicines in the Convent,” Renaissance Studies 25: 627-47.

________. Contributor, “Urban Communities in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1700,”

Vick, Brian. “Imperialism, Race, and Genocide at the Paulskirche: Origins, Meanings, Trajectories,” in Michael Perraudin and Jürgen Zimmerer, eds., German Colonialism and National Identity (London: Routledge, 2011), 9-20.

White, Stephen D. “Prosecuting and Proving Sexual Infidelity at the Court of King Arthur: The Case of Guinevere v. Lanval.” In Law and Private Life in the Middle Ages, ed. Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen and Helle Vogt. Copenhagen: DJØF Publishers, 1-26.

Yannakakis, Yanna.  “Allies or Servants? The Journey of Indian Conquistadors in the Lienzo of Analco,” Ethnohistory 58, no. 4: 653-682.

2010 Publications

Adamson, Walter. "How Avant-gardes End – and Begin: Italian Futurism in Historical Perspective," New Literary History 41 (August).

Andrade, Tonio. “A Chinese Farmer, Two African Boys, and a Warlord: Towards a Global Microhistory,” Journal of World History, 21, no. 4: 573–591.

Conis, Elena. “Debating the Health Effects of DDT: Thomas Jukes, Charles Wurster, and the Fate of an Environmental Pollutant.” Public Health Reports vol. 125, no. 2.

Eckert, Astrid M. (with Peter Hayes), “Diplomaten im Visier” and “Prozessverlauf und gespaltenes Urteil,” in Eckart Conze, Norbert Frei, Peter Hayes, and Moshe Zimmermann, Das Amt und die Vergangenheit: Deutsche Diplomaten im Dritten Reich und in der Bundesrepublik (Munich: Karl Blessing Verlag), 375-401.

________. “Zweierlei Widerstand: Der Fall Rudolf von Scheliha,” and “’Hier braut sich ein Skandal zusammen,” in Ibid., 558-69 and 615-20.

Juricek, John, Colonial Georgia and the Creeks: Anglo-Indian Diplomacy on the Southern Frontier, 1733-1763 (Gainesville: University of Florida Press).

Mary Odem. “Latin American Immigration and the New Multiethnic South,” in Crespino, ed., Myth of Southern Exceptionalism, 234-60.

Pandey, Gyanendra, “The Politics of Difference: Reflections on the African American and Dalit Struggles,” Economic and Political Weekly XLV, 19 (May).

Patterson, Cynthia. “Herodotus” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome ed. Michael Gagarin (Oxford 2010).

Prude, Jonathan, “Images of Want: How the Poor and Hard TimesWere, and Were Not, Pictured in America from the Revolution to the Civil War,” Common-Place 10, 3 (April).

Ravina, Mark. "The Apocryphal Suicide of Saigō Takamori: Samurai, Seppuku and the Politics of Legend," Journal of Asian Studies 69 (3): 691–721.

________. "Kindaika, kindaisei to meikunzō no saikentō: Uesugi Yōzan o chūshin ni." Rekishi hyōron 717 (1): 37-50.

________. "Fantasies of Valor: Legends of the Samurai in Japan and the United States." ASIANetwork EXCHANGE 18 (1): 80-99.

________. "Confucian banking: the community granary (shasō) in rhetoric and practice." In Economic Thought in Early Modern Japan. Ed. Bettina Gramlich-Oka and Gregory Smits. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 179-204.

Rogers, Thomas. The Deepest Wounds: A Labor and Environmental History of Sugar in Northeast Brazil (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2010).

Rustow, Marina, “A Petition to a Woman at the Fatimid Court (413-414 A.H./1022-23 C.E.),” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 73.

Vick, Brian, “Liberalism, Nationalism, and Gender Dichotomy in Mid Nineteenth-Century Germany: The Contested Case of German Civil Law,” Journal of Modern History 82, 3: 546-84.

Yannakakis, Yanna, “’Costumbre’: A Language of Negotiation in Eighteenth Century Oaxaca,” in Ethelia Ruiz Medrano and Susan Kellogg, eds., Negotiation within Domination: Colonial New Spain’s Indian Pueblos Confront the Spanish State (University Press of Colorado).

2009 Publications

Beik, William, A Social and Cultural History of Early Modern France (Cambridge University Press, 2009).

Crespino, Joseph, ed., The Myth of Southern Exceptionalism (Oxford University Press, 2009).

Harris, Leslie, “Subaltern Citizens, Subaltern City: People of African Descent and the History of New Orleans,” in Gyanendra Pandey, ed., Subaltern Citizens and their Histories (London: Routledge).

Lesser, Jeffrey and Celia Sakurai, Kasato Maru – uma viagem pela história da imigração japonesa (São Paulo: Imprensa Oficial).

Melton, James V. H., La Aparición del Público durante la Ilustración Europea (Valencia: PUV, 2009).

________. “New Perspectives on Germans in the Atlantic World.” In Mary Lindemann, ed.,  New Perspectives on Eighteenth-Century Germany.  Forthcoming on H-German, August 2009.

________. "Otto Brunner und die ideologischen Ursprünge von Begriffsgeschichte." In Hans Joas and Peter Vogt, eds. Reinhart Koselleck. Kontingenz und die Rekonstruktion des historischen Modernitätsbewusstseins. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, forthcoming November 2009.

Mary E. Odem and Elaine Lacy, eds., Latino Immigration and the Transformation of the U.S. South (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press).

________. "Latino Immigrants, Religion and the Politics of Space in Atlanta," in Latino Immigration and the Transformation of the U.S. South, eds. Mary Odem & Elaine Lacy (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2009), pp. 112-125.

Pandey, Gyanendra, ed., Subaltern Citizens and their Histories (London: Routledge).

________. “Can there be a subaltern middle class?” Public Culture, 21, 2.

________. “Nobody’s People: The Dalits of Punjab in the Forced Removals of 1947,” in Richard Bessel and Claudia Haake, eds., Forced Removals (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Patterson, Cynthia, “Citizenship and Gender in the Ancient World: The Experience of Athens and Rome,” in Seyla Benhabib and Judith Reznick, eds., Migrations and Mobilities: Citizenship, Borders and Gender (New York: New York University Press).

Ravina, Mark. 2009. "Introduction: Conceptualizaing the Korean Wave," Southeast Review of Asian Studies 31: 3-9.

Rogers, Thomas. “Geneticistas da gramínea doce em campos decadentes: Variedades de cana-de-açúcar, agrônomos e plantadores na abordagem da modernização agrícola (1930-1964)” Clio 26, no. 2 (2009): 161-188.

________. “Imaginários paisagísticos em conflito na Zona da Mata pernambucana,” Cadernos de História: Oficina de História 6, no. 6 (2009): 13-28.

Stein, Kenneth W.  History, Politics, and Diplomacy of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Primary Source Compilation, (CD), Classroom Version, 1st ed. (Atlanta: Center for Israel Education).

Strocchia, Sharon T., Nuns and Nunneries in Renaissance Florence (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).

White, Stephen, “Problematizing Patronage: Odo of Bayeau and the Bayeux Tapestry” (with Elizabeth Carson Pastan), in Martin K. Foys, Karen Eileen Overbey and Dan Terkla, eds., The Bayeau Tapestry: New Interpretations (Woodbridge: Boydell Press).

2008 Publications

Adamson, Walter L., “Fascinating Futurism: The Historiographical Politics of an Historical Avant-garde,” Modern Italy 13, 1 (February 2008).

Crais, Clifton, ed. Encyclopedia of World History, 8 vol. (Oxford University Press, 2008).

Crais, Clifton and Pamela Scully, “Race and Erasure: Sara Baartman and Hendrik Cesars in Cape Town and London,” Journal of British Studies 47 (2008).

________, Sara Baartman and the Hottentot Venus: A Biography and a Ghost Story (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008).

Crespino, Joseph. “Civil Rights Versus the Religious Right: Desegregation, Christian Schools, and Religious Freedom in the 1970s,” in Julian Zelizer and Bruce Schulman, eds., Rightward Bound: Making America Conservative in the 1970s (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008).

Eckert, Astrid M. “Notwendige Kooperation: Westdeutsche Zeitgeschichte als transnationales Projekt in den 1950er Jahren,” in Ulrich Pfeil, ed., Die Rückkehr der deutschen Geschichtswissenschaft in die Ökumene der Historiker nach 1945. Ein wissenschaftsgeschichtlicher Ansatz (Munich: Oldenbourg, 2008)

Eltis, David. “The US Slave Trade: An Assessment,” Civil War History, 54 (Dec. 2008).

________. ed,, with David Richardson. Extending the Frontiers: Essays on the New Transatlantic Slave Trade Database (New Haven: Yale University Press., 2008).

________. with David Richardson, Manolo Florentino, Stephen (2008).

Harris, Leslie M., with Jody Usher. "From Disenchantment to Dialogue and Action: The Transforming Community Project at Emory University." Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, March/April 2008.

Lesser, Jeffrey. Uma Diáspora Descontente: Os Nipo-Brasileiros e os Significados da Militânza Émica, 1960-1980 (São Paulo: Editora Paz e Terra, 2008).

________. ed., with Raanan Rein. Rethinking Jewish-Latin Americans (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2008).

Melton, James, ed., with Jonathan Strom and Hartmut Lehmann. Pietism in Germany and North America, 1680-1820: Transmissions of Dissent (Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate, 2008).

________. “From Alpine Miner to Lowcountry Yeoman: Transatlantic Worlds of a Georgia Salzburger, 1693-1761,” Past and Present 220, 2 (2008).

Miller, Judith A. “Des contrats sous tension: rétablir la propriété après la terreur,” Annales Historiques de la Révolution Française, 352 (April-June), 241-262.

________. “A Question of Interests: The State and Family Law,” Selected Papers of the 2006 Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 67-72.

Odem, Mary. “Unsettled in the Suburbs: Latino Immigration and Ethnic Diversity in Metro Atlanta,” in Audrey Singer, et al, eds., Twenty-First Century Gateways: Immigrant Incorporation in Suburban America (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2008).

Pandey, Gyanendra. The Gyanendra Pandey Omnibus (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 2008).

Rustow, Marina.Heresy and the Politics of Community: The Jews of the Fatimid Caliphate (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2008).

Yannakakis, Yanna. The Art of Being In-Between: Native Intermediaries, Indian Identity, and Local Rule in Colonial Oaxaca (Duke University Press, 2008).

________. “Witnesses, Spatial Practices, and a Land Dispute in Colonial Oaxaca,” The Americas 65:2, October 2008: 161-192.

2007 Publications

Adamson, Walter L. Embattled Avant-gardes: Modernism's Resistance to Commodity Culture in Europe. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.

Andrade, Tonio. How Taiwan Became Chinese: Dutch, Spanish, and Han Colonization in the Seventeenth Century, e-book. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007. Full text available online through Gutenberg-e.

________. Fu'ermosha ruhe bian cheng Taiwan fu. Taipei, Taiwan: Yuanliu Publishing Company and Ts'ao Yung Ho Foundation for Culture and Education, 2007. [Translation of How Taiwan Became Chinese]

________. "Chinese under European Rule: The Case of Sino-Dutch Mediator He Bin." Late Imperial China 28, no. 1 (2007): 1–32.

Beik, William, "The Violence of the French Crowd from Charivari to Revolution." Past and Present no.197 (November, 2007): 75-110.

Burns, Thomas S. Die römische Siedlung bei Babarc, Komitat Baranya/Ungarn / The Roman Settlement near Babarc, Komitat Baranya, Hungary, with Helmut Bender (U. Passau, Germany) and Z. Visy and F. Fazekas (U. Pécs, Hungary), Passauer Universitätsschriften zur Archäologie, Band 12, Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH Rahden/Westf. (Passau, 2007).

Crespino, Joseph. In Search of Another Country: Mississippi and the Conservative Counterrevolution (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007).

________. "Civility and Civil Rights In Mississippi," in Ted Ownby, ed., Manners and Southern History (Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 2007).

Eckert, Astrid M., ed. Institutions of Public Memory: The Legacies of German and American Politicians. Washington, D. C.: German Historical Institute/Sheridan Press, 2007.

________. “Managing their Own Past: German Archivists between National Socialism and Democracy,” Archival Science, 7, 3 (2007).

________. "The Transnational Beginnings of West German Zeitgeschichte in the 1950s." Central European History 40:2 (2007), 63-87.

Eltis, David, with Philip D. Morgan and David Richardson. “Agency and Diaspora in Atlantic History: Reassessing the African Contribution to Rice Cultivation in the Americas,” American Historical Review, 112 (Dec. 2007).

Goldstein, Eric. "A Different Kind of Neighborhood: Central European Jews and the Origins of Jewish East Baltimore," in Voices
of Lombard Street: A Century of Change in East Baltimore
, ed. Deborah R. Weiner, Anita Kassof and Avi Y. Decter (Baltimore: Jewish Museum of Maryland, 2007), 27-39.

________. "The Social Geography of a Shtetl: Jews and Lithuanians in Darbenai, 1760-1941," in Jewish Space in Central and Eastern Europe: Day to Day History (Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007), 27-50.

Harris, Leslie M. "Ar'n't I a Woman?, Gender and Slavery Studies," in "The History of Woman and Slavery: Considering the Impact of Ar'n't I a Woman? Female Slaves in the Plantation South on the Twentieth Anniversary of Its Publication," roundtable in The Journal of Women's History 19.2 (2007): 151-155.

Kronenbitter, Günther. "Militär und Politik - Anmerkungen zur Militärgeschichte zwischen Französischer Revolution und Erstem Weltkrieg," in: Historische Zeitschrift, Beihefte, Nr. 44. Ed. Hans-Christof Kraus and Thomas Nicklas (Munich: Oldenbourg, 2007), 271-285.

Lesser, Jeffrey. A Discontented Diaspora: Japanese-Brazilians and the Meanings of Ethnic Militancy. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2007.

Mann, Kristin. Slavery and the Birth of an African City: Lagos, 1760-1900. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007 (finalist for the 2008 Frederick Douglass Prize awarded by Yale University).

Melton, James V. H. "Confessional Power and the Power of Confession: Concealing and Revealing the Faith in Alpine Salzburg, 1730–34." In H.C. Scott and Brendan Simms, eds., Cultures of Power in Europe during the the Long Eighteenth Century. Cambridge University Press, 2007.

________. "Musical Cultures in Haydn's Vienna." In Tom Beghin and Sander Goldberg, eds., Engaging Rhetoric: Essays on Haydn and Performance (University of Chicago Press, 2007) [reprint of article originally appearing in the Journal of Modern History, 76 (2004)]

Miller, Judith A. (with Katherine Aaslestad and Karen Hagemann) “Preface,” and “Introduction: Gender, War and the Nation in the Period of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars —European Perspectives,” Special Issue of European History Quarterly, “Gender, War and the Nation in the Period of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars – European Comparisons,” 37 (October), 499-506. (Co-editor of the issue)

Odem, Mary E. "Inmigración trasnacional y organización Maya en el sur de Estados Unidos," Comunidades en Movimiento: la Migración Internacional en el Norte de Huehuetenango, ed. Manuela Camus (Guatemala City: Instituto Centroamericano de Dessarrollo y Estudios Sociales, 2007): 205-223.

Rustow, Marina. “Karaites Real and Imagined: Three Cases of Jewish Heresy,” Past and Present 197 (2007).

Strocchia, Sharon T. "When the Bishop Married the Abbess: Masculinity and Power in Florentine Episcopal Entry Rites, 1300-1600," Gender & History 19 (2007): 346-68.

________. “Savonarolan Witnesses: The Nuns of San Jacopo and the Piagnone Movement in Sixteenth-Century Florence,” Sixteenth Century Journal 38, 2 (2007). Winner of the 2008 Prize for the best literature article published in the Sixteenth Century Journal.

Vick, Brian. “Of Basques, Greeks, and Germans: Liberalism, Nationalism, and the Ancient Republican Tradition in the Thought of Wilhelm von Humboldt,” Central European History 40, 4 (2007): 653-681.

White, Stephen D. "Garsinde v. Sainte Foy: Argument, Threat, and Vengeance in Eleventh-Century Monastic Litigation." In Janet Burton and Emilia Jamroziak, eds., Religious and Laity in Northern Europe, 1000-1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power, Europa Sacra, 2, pp. 169-81. Tournhout: Brepols, 2007.

Yannakakis, Yanna. “The ‘indios conquistadores’ of Oaxaca’s Sierra Norte: From Indian Conquerors to Local Indians.” In Laura Matthew and Michel Oudijk, eds., Indian Conquistadors: Indigenous Allies in the Conquest of Mesoamerica (University of Oklahoma Press, 2007), 227-253.

2006 Publications

Andrade, Tonio. "The Rise and Fall of Dutch Taiwan, 1624–1662: Cooperative Colonization and the Statist Model of European Expansion." Journal of World History 17, no. 4 (2006): 429–450.

Crais, Clifton. "Sovereignty and the Politics of Culture in South Africa." Journal of Social History, special issue on the future of social history, Spring 2006

Crespino, Joseph. "The Best Defense Is A Good Offense: The Stennis Amendment and the Fracturing of Liberal School Desegregation Policy, 1964-1972," The Journal of Policy History 18, no. 3 (2006): 304-25.

Goldstein, Eric. The Price of Whiteness: Jews, Race, and American Identity (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006).

________. " 'Now is the Time to Show Your True Colors': Southern Jews, Whiteness, and the Rise of Jim Crow," in Jewish
Roots in Southern Soil: A New History
, ed. Marcie Cohen Ferris and Mark I. Greenberg (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England and Brandeis University Press, 2006), 134-55.

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