Most Recent Faculty Articles

  • Joshua A. Hubbard, “The ‘Torch of Motherly Love’: Women and Maternalist Politics in Late Nationalist China,” Twentieth-Century China 43, no. 3 (October 2018): 251–270
  • Hannah Rosen, “Women, the Civil War, and Reconstruction,” for The Oxford Handbook of American Women’s and Gender History (Oxford University Press, 2018), 571-94
  • Nicholas Popper, "An Information State for Elizabethan England," Journal of Modern History 90, September 2018, 503-535
  • Robert Trent Vinson with Benedict Carton, “Albert Luthuli’s Private Struggle: How an Icon of Peace Came to Accept Sabotage in South Africa,” Journal of African History 58, 1, January 2018
  • Robert Trent Vinson, “Up From Slavery and Down with Apartheid!: African Americans and Black South Africans against the Global Color Line,” Special Issue, The Global South in the Black Atlantic, Journal of American Studies 51, 3 August 2018) 
  • Hannah Rosen, “In the Moment of Violence:  Writing the History of Postemancipation Terror,” in Beyond Freedom: Disrupting the History of Emancipation, ed. Jim Downs and David Blight, (Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 2017), 145-59
  • Hannah Rosen, “Teaching Race and Reconstruction,” Journal of the Civil War Era Vol. 7 (March 2017), 67-95
  • Tuska Benes, “The Shared Descent of Semitic and Aryan in Christian Bunsen’s History of Revelation” in Philological Encounters, special issue entitled Formations of the Semitic: Race, Religion and Language in Modern European Scholarship, ed. Islam Dayeh, Ya’ar Hever, Elizabeth Eva Johnston, and Markus Messling, vol. 2, 3-4, 2017, 270-295
  • Eric Han, “‘I am Japan’s Kang Youwei, You are China’s Inukai Tsuyoshi’” A Case of Idealism in Sino-Japanese Relations at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Sino-Japanese Studies 24, 2017
  • Frederick C. Corney, "Il papavero e la bandiera rossa: l'Ottobre e il mito crollato," Memoria e Ricerca, 3, 2017
  • Hiroshi Kitamura and Keiko Sasagawa, "The Reception of American Cinema in Japan," Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • Gérard Chouin, "L'Afrique et la mer à l’époque moderne”, in C. Buchet and G. Le Bouëdec (eds), The Sea in History - The Early Modern World. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK; Rochester, NY, USA: Boydell and Brewer, 2017, p. 609-21
  • Chitralekha Zutshi, "Seasons of Discontent and Revolt in Kashmir," Current History (April 2017): 123-129
  • Frederick Corney, “Zehn Jahre 'Roter Oktober.' Das öffentliche Gedenken an die Oktoberrevolution im Jahr 1927,” in 100 Jahre Roter Oktober. Zur Weltgeschichte der Russischen Revolution,  59-83. Edited by Jan Claas Behrends, Nikolaus Katzer, Thomas Lindenberger (Berlin: Ch. Links Verlag, 2017).
  • Ayfer Karakaya-Stump, "The AKP, sectarianism, and the Alevis' struggle for equal rights in Turkey," National Identities, January 2017.
  • Hiroshi Kitamura, “Did the Cold War Really End? Teaching the Cold War from East Asian Perspectives.” In Understanding and Teaching the Cold War, edited by Matthew Masur, 235-251. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2017
  • LuAnn Homza, “Victims as Actors: Accused Men and Women before Inquisitions,” In Inquisitions and Consistories in Early Modern Europe, eds. Gretchen Starr-LeBeau and Charles Parker.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017
  • Leisa D. Meyer, “Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer History in the United States,” (with Helis Sikk), e. Megan Springate, LGBTQ America: A Theme Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer History in America (National Park Foundation: Washington, DC, 2016)
  • Leisa D. Meyer, “’Strange Love’: Searching for Sexual Subjectivities in Black Print Popular Culture during the 1950s,” eds. Jennifer Brier and Jennifer Morgan, Connexions: Histories of Race and Sex in North America (Champagne, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2016): 408-450
  • Leisa D. Meyer, “Introduction,” Book Forum, Afsaneh Najmabadi. Professing Selves: Transsexuality and Same-Sex Desire in Contemporary Iran, Journal of Women’s History, Vol. 28, No.4 (Winter 2016): 154-157
  • Leisa D. Meyer, “Preface,” (With Kamala Visweswaran), Special Issue: Everyday Militarism, Feminist Studies, Vol. 42.1 (Spring, 2016): 7-16
  • Gérard Chouin, “Les villes médiévales sous les forêts d’Afrique,” Dossiers d’Archéologie 373 (janvier/février 2016): 48-53
  • Nicholas Popper, “The Sudden Death of the Burning Salamander,” Erudition and the Republic of Letters 1 (2016): 464-490
  • Nicholas Popper, “European Historiography in English Political Culture,” in The Oxford Handbook of the Age of Shakespeare, ed. Malcolm Smuts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), 231-249
  • Nicholas Popper, “Archives and the Boundaries of Early Modern Science,” Isis 107.1 (2016): 86-94
  • Hiroshi Kitamura, "Amerika o ijiru Nihon: eiga to sengo NichiBei kankei ni tsuite," Rikkyo American Studies 38 (March 2016): 61-80.
  • Nicolás Rascovan, Hong Huynh, Gérard Chouin, Kolawole Adekola, Patrice Georges-Zimmermann, Michel Signoli, Yves Desfosses, Gérard Aboudharam, Michel Drancourt and Christelle Desnues, “Tracing back ancient oral microbiomes and oral pathogens using dental pulps from ancient teeth,” NPJ Biofilms and Microbiomes (2016) 2:6, doi:10.1038/s41522-016-0008-8
  • Eric Boës, Gérard Chouin and Patrice Georges-Zimmermann, “Un ensemble funéraire inédit du XVIIe siècle (Ghana),” Archéologia Magazine 546 (2016): 32-37
  • Gérard Chouin, “A 1647 French travel account of West Africa published in La Gazette.” In Sources and Methods for African History and Culture – Essays in Honour of Adam Jones, edited by G. Castryck, S. Strickrodt and K. Werthmann, 101-116 (Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2016)
  • LuAnn Homza “Local Knowledge and Catholic Reform in Early Modern Spain,” in Reforming Reformation, ed. Thomas Mayer. New York:  Routledge, 2016