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2022
2021
  • Simon Middleton, "William Fishbourn’s ‘Misfortune’: Public Accounting and Paper Money in Early Pennsylvania," Early American Studies(Winter, 2021), 64-99. 
  • Simon Middleton, Introduction to forum on Chris Tomlins’s In the Matter of Nat Turner, in Law and Social Inquiry, 2021.
  • Simon Middleton, "A Vertiginous Experience: Historical Ethics and Practice in the Age of Trump," essay in forum on Christopher Tomlins, In the Matter of Nat Turner. A Speculative History (Princeton, 2020), in Law and Social Inquiry, 2021.
  • Betsy Konefal, “Liberation in a Land of Eternal Tyranny: Catholic Activism and the Guatemalan Revolution(s),” in Liberation Theology and the Other(s): Contextualizing Catholic Activism in 20th-Century Latin America, Büschges, Müller, and Oehri, eds. (Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2021): 227-245.
  • Betsy Konefal, with Polly Lauer, “Rigoberta Menchú,” in Oxford Bibliographies in Latin American Studies, Ben Vinson, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021).
2020
  • Ayfer Karakaya-Stump, "Situating Iraqi Shrine Cities within the Alevi-Bektashi Sacred Landscape: Networks of Saintly Families Linking Anatolia to Karbala and Najaf in the Ottoman Era," in Saintly Spheres and Islamic Landscapes, pp. 248-269, ed. by Daphna E. Wolper, Ethel Sara, and Paolo G. Pinto (Boston: BRILL, 2020). 
  • Nicholas Popper, “Virtue and Providence: The Perception of Ancient Roman Wars in Early Modern England,” Huntington Library Quarterly 83.3 (2020): 519-541.
  • Nicholas Popper,  “Inscription and Political Exclusion in Early Modern England,” in Negotiating Exclusion in Early Modern England, 1550-1800, ed. Naomi Pullin and Kathryn Woods (London: Routledge, 2021), 221-239.
  • Jeremy Pope, "History and the Kushite Royal Inscriptions," in The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Nubia, eds. G. Emberling and B. Williams (New York: Oxford University Press, 2020), 395-410.
  • Clélia Coret, Roberto Zaugg and Gérard Chouin, "Cities in Africa before 1900. Historiography and Research Perspectives," Afriques, no. 11 (2020) (co-editor and co-author of special issue).

  • Ayfer Karakaya-Stump, "Reflections on the 19th Century Missionary Reports as Sources for the History of the (Kurdish) Kizilbash," Kurdish Studies 8, no. 1 (2020): 43-70.
  • Joshua A. Hubbard, “Invulnerable Facts: Infant Mortality and Development in Nationalist Gansu,” East Asian Science, Technology and Society 14, no. 4 (2020): 1-23.
  • Simon Middleton, "The 'Force of Commerce,' Capitalism, and the Common Good in Early American History," XVII-XVIII. Revue de la société d’études Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIsiècles, 2020.
  • Adrienne Petty, "Extending the Civil War Day of Action," The Journal of the Civil War Era, 6 October, 2020.
  • Hiroshi Kitamura, “Frontiers of Nostalgia: The Japanese Western and the Postwar Era,” in Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips, eds., The Japanese Cinema Book (London: British Film Institute, 2020), 518-529.
  • Hannah Rosen, “Words of Resistance:  African American Women’s Testimony about Sexual Violence during the Memphis Massacre,” in Remembering the Memphis Massacre:  An American Story, ed. Beverly Greene Bond and Susan Eva O’Donovan (Athens:  The University of Georgia Press, 2020), 102-119.
  • Fabricio Prado, The Emergence of Montevideo as an Atlantic Port: The Political Economy of a Trans-Imperial Hub,” Urban History, 2020.
  • Fabricio Prado, Comércio Trans-Imperial e Monarquismo no Rio Da Prata Revolucionário: Montevidéu e a Província Cisplatina (1808-1822) Almanack. no. 24, 2020.
  • Frederick Corney, “Revolution and Memory,” in Companion to the Russian Revolution, edited by Daniel Orlovsky (Blackwell Wiley, 2020).
  • Jeremy Pope, “Napatan Period,” in UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, eds. W. Grajetzki and W. Wendrich, Los Angeles (2020), 31 pp.
  • Lu Ann Homza, “Webs of Conversation and Discernment:  Searching for Spiritual Accompaniment in Sixteenth-Century Spain,” Catholic Historical Review 106 (Spring 2020): 227-255
  • Lu Ann Homza, “A Reluctant Demonologist and Perceptive Lawyer: Alonso de Salazar Frías, Spanish Inquisitor,” The Science of Demons, ed. Jan Machielsen (Routledge, 2020), pp. 299-312.
  • Lu Ann Homza, “Witch-Hunting in Spain: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.” Routledge History of Witchcraft, ed. Johannes Dillinger (Abingdon & New York:  Routledge, 2020), pp. 134-144.
  • Hiroshi Kitamura, “Runaway Orientalism: MGM’s Teahouse and U.S.-Japanese Relations in the 1950s,” Diplomatic History vol. 44, no. 3 (April 2020): 265-288.
  • Betsy Konefal, “Reclaiming a Revolution: Memory as Possibility in Urban Guatemala,” in Out of the Shadow: Revisiting the Revolution from Post-Peace Guatemala, Julie Gibbings and Heather Vrana, eds. (University of Texas Press, forthcoming 2020): 253-278.
  • Andrew H. Fisher, "'Defenders and Dissidents: Cooks Landing and the Fight to Define Tribal Sovereignty in the Red Power Era,'" Comparative American Studies. An International Journal, Vol. 18, 2020.
  • Simon Middleton, "The Return of the New England Community Study?" The New England Quarterly, vol. 93, issue 2 (June 2020).
2019
  • Fabricio Prado, "Trans-Imperial Interaction and the Rio de la Plata as an Atlantic Borderland," IN: Cynthia Radding, Dana Levin Rojo (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Borderlands and Frontiers in the Iberian World (Oxford University Press, 2019)
  • Jeremy Pope, “Sennacherib’s Departure and the Principle of Laplace,” in Jerusalem’s Survival, Sennacherib’s Departure, and the Kushite Role in 701 BCE: An Examination of Henry Aubin’s Rescue of Jerusalem, ed. A.O. Bellis, Special Issue of The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 19/7 (2019): 91-131.

  • Jeremy Pope, “Self-presentation in the Twenty-fifth Dynasty,” in Living Forever: Self-presentation in Ancient Egypt, ed. H. Bassir (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2019), 191-206.

  • Jeremy Pope, “Figural Graffiti from the Meroitic Era on Philae Island,” in Graffiti as Devotion along the Nile and Beyond, eds. G. Emberling and S. Davis (Ann Arbor, MI: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 2019), 71-86.

  • Jeremy Pope, “The ‘Gum-Eaters’ of Nubia Revisited,” in Across the Mediterranean – Along the Nile: Studies in Egyptology, Nubiology and Late Antiquity dedicated to László Török on the Occasion of His 75th Birthday, eds. T. Bács, A. Bollók, and T. Vida (Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Eötvös Loránd University, 2019), 503-514.

  • Jeremy Pope, “25th Dynasty,” in UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, eds. W. Grajetzki and W. Wendrich, Los Angeles (2019), 20 pp.: http://digital2.library.ucla.edu/viewItem.do?ark=21198/zz002kgw83

  • Lu Ann Homza, “When Witches Litigate: New Evidence from Early Modern Navarre,” The Journal of Modern History 91 (June 2019): 245-275.
  • Maria Galmarini-Kabala, “Between Defectological Narratives and Institutional Realities: The “Mentally Retarded” Child in the Soviet Union of the 1930s," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 93: 2 (Summer 2019): 180-206.
  • Adrienne Petty, “The Town and Country Roots of Modjeska Monteith Simkins’ Activism,” Agricultural History 93, no. 3 (Summer 2019): 452-476.
  • Adrienne Petty, “Family Ties, Color Lines, and Fault Lines: Oral Histories of Land Ownership and Dispossession,” Reviews in American History 47, no. 3 (September 2019): 436-444.
  • Betsy Konefal, “The Ethnic Question in Guatemala’s Armed Conflict: Insights from the Detention and ‘Rescue’ of Emeterio Toj Medrano,” in Making the Revolution: Histories of the Latin American Left, Kevin Young, ed. (Cambridge University Press, 2019): 240-265.
  • Betsy Konefal, “Guatemala (Modern & National Period),” in Oxford Bibliographies in Latin American Studies, Ben Vinson, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).
  • Simon Middleton, “Artisan Labor in Colonial New York and the New Republic,” in Josh Freeman ed., City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York (Columbia University Press, 2019).

  • Jerry Watkins, "The Gay South," in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).

  • Eric Han, “Of Silk and Synecdoche: Economic Histories of Yokohama Across Historical Scales" (Review Essay), Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 78, No. 2 (May, 2019): 444–448.
  • Richard Lee Turits, “Slavery and the Pursuit of Freedom in 16th-Century Santo Domingo.” In The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History, ed. William H. Beezley (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).
  • Hiroshi Kitamura, “Confronting America: Pigs and Battleships and the Politics of US Bases in Postwar Japan,” in Clients, Killers, and Kindred Spirits: The Taboo Cinema of Shohei Imamura, eds. Lindsay Coleman and David Dessler (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019), 41-55.
  • Andrew H. Fisher, "Tinseltown Tyee: Nipo Strongheart and the Making of Braveheart," American Indian Culture and Research Journal, vol. 42, no. 3, 2018: 1-26.
  • Nicole K. Dressler, "Enimies to Mankind"Convict Servitude, Authority, and Humanitarianism in the British Atlantic World," Early American Studies, vol. 17, no. 3, Summer 2019: 343-376.
2018
  • Maria Galmarini-Kabala, “Psychiatry, Violence, and the Soviet Project of Transformation: A Micro-History of the Perm' Psycho-Neurological School Sanatorium," Slavic Review 77:2 (Summer 2018), 307-332.
  • Betsy Konefal, “Memory Offensives Where Impunity Reigns,” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development,” vol. 9, no. 2 (Summer 2018): 297-310.
  • Betsy Konefal, “Rebellious Dignity: Remembering Maya Women and Resistance in the Guatemalan Armed Conflict,” in Faces of Resistance: Maya Heroes, Power, and Identity, edited by Ashley Kistler (University of Alabama Press, 2018): 157-73.
  • Carol Sheriff, “‘Not the True Centennial’: The Politics of Erie Canal Celebrations, 1917-1926,” New York History 99, no. 3-4 (Summer/Fall 2018): 370-408.
  • Gérard Chouin and Christopher DeCorse, “Atlantic Intersections: African-European Emporia in Early Modern West Africa,” in The Emporion in the Ancient Western Mediterranean (Montpellier:  Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2018), 253-265.
  • Gérard Chouin, "Reflections on plague in African history (14th-19th c.)," Afriques, no. 9, 2018.
  • Hiroshi Kitamura and Jeremy Stoddard, "The Bomb and Beyond: Teaching Nuclear Issues Through Popular Culture Texts," Social Education 83:3, May/June 2018: 149-150, 151-154.
  • Gérard Chouin, “Le sacré et la mémoire: Anthropisation des espaces boisés et reforestation des espaces anthropiques dans le Golfe de Guinée,” Les Nouvelles de l’Archéologie 152: 29-34.
  • Gérard Chouin, “L'ouverture atlantique de l'Afrique (XVe-XVIIe siècle),” in Fauvelle, François-Xavier (ed.), L’Afrique Ancienne. Paris: Belin, 2018, p. 342-373.
  • Gérard Chouin, “Igbo-Ukwu, Ilè-Ifé et les régions du Golfe de Guinée (IXe-XVe siècle),” in Fauvelle, François-Xavier (ed.), L’Afrique Ancienne. Paris: Belin, 2018, p. 286-309.
  • 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) 
2017
  • Fabricio Prado, "Transimperial Networks in the Crisis of the Spanish Monarchy: The Rio de la Plata - Rio de Janeiro Connection" in The Americas, 2016.
  • Maria Galmarini-Kabala, “Ability to Bear Rights or Ability to Work? The Meaning of Rights and Equality for the Russian Deaf in the Revolutionary Period,” Historical Research 90: 247 (2017), 210-229.
  • Betsy Konefal, “Maya Queens at the Microphone: Speaking Out in a Time of Repression,” ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America (Spring 2017): 24-29.
  • Gérard Chouin, “Refouiller le site urbain d’Ilé-Ifè. Vers une chronologie de l’ancienne ville yoruba et une réévaluation de son système d’enceintes.” Blog entry, Carnets d’Afriques” Actualités de la recherche en histoire de l’Afrique avant le XXe siècle, 11/12/2017. With Léa Roth and Adisa Ogunfolakan.
  • Gérard Chouin, Entries "Ghana," "Kaabu," "Mapungubwe," "Nok," in S. Aderinto (ed.) African Kingdoms: An Encyclopedia of Empires and Civilizations. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO Greenwood, 2017, p. 99-103, 131-133, 199-201 and 222-224.
  • 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
2016
  • 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. https://www.rikkyo.ac.jp/research/laboratory/IAS/ras/38/kitamura.pdf
  • 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