World History Bulletin Archive

Electronic copies of back issues of the World History Bulletin through the end of 2015 are available for free download. For your convenience, a full list of contents for each issue is listed below.

  • Vol. 33, No. 2 – Fall 2017
    • From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: The World from Latin America
      Introduction: The World from Latin America, Suzanne Marie Litrel, Georgia State University 4
      Peninsular Women, Migration, and the Creation of the Spanish Empire, Allyson Poska, University of Mary Washington 5
      From Turtle Soup to Turtle Disputes: Maritime Boundaries and Commodity Networks in Caribbean Nicaragua, 1904-1916, Sharika Crawford, United States Naval Academy 8
      Endangered Liberty: Schooling, Literacy, and the Idea of Progress in the Early Mexican Republic, E. Mark Moreno, Texas A&M University-Commerce 12
      Time, Institutions, and the Subaltern in Latin American Economic History, Eric L. Palladini Jr., World Bank (IBRD) 15
      Teaching Latin American History Using a Document Based Question Focus: Latin American Nationalism, Kit Adam Wainer, Leon M. Goldstein High School 20
      Defying Ideas and Structures: Writing Global History from Latin America, Stella Krepp, University of Bern; Alexandre Moreli, Fundação Getulio Vargas 26
      “A True Liberation”: Braudel, The Mediterranean, and Stories of Dutch Brazil, Suzanne Marie Litrel, Georgia State University 30
      Finding Footprints of the Operation Condor: Cooperation Between Brazil and Uruguay in Communist Matters Before the Seventies, Roberto Baptista Júnior, Independent Researcher; Roberto García, Universidad de la República de Uruguay 33
  • Vol. 33, No. 1 – Spring 2017
    • From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Special Section: Collective Memory and the Global Event
      Introduction: The Global Event, Robin Kietlinski (City University of New York – LaGuardia Community College) 3
      Global Events and Soft Power Dreams in East Asia, Wolfram Manzenreiter (University of Vienna) John D. Horne (University of Central Lancashire) 5
      The Evolution of the Olympic Games through International Relation Theories, Yoav Dubinksy (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) 7
      The Great Gift of Low Expectations: South Africa and the World Cup Derek, Charles Catsam (University of Texas of the Permian Basin) 12
      A Question of Participation: The United States and Rio’s International Exposition of 1922, Anthony Tipping (Emory University) 19
      The Olympics as ‘Something Else’: Understanding the Success and Tensions of the Olympic Games through its Foundation Myths, Ian Ritchie (Brock University) 25
      A late but lucrative sporting mega-event: The World Championships of the International Association of Athletics Federations, Jörg Krieger (German Sport University Cologne) 30
      Marketing Mexicanidad: Encounters with the Encuentro Internacional del Mariachi y la Charreria, Beth Malchiodi, (Brooklyn Technical High School) 35
  • Vol. 32, No. 2 – Fall 2016
    • From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Special Section: The World and The Sea
      Introduction: The Sea in World History, Michael Laver (Rochester Institute of Technology) 4
      From World War to World Law: Elisabeth Mann Borgese and the Law of the Sea, Richard Samuel Deese (Boston University) 5
      The Spanish Empire and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans: Imperial Highways in a Polycentric Monarchy 9 Eva Maria Mehl (University of North Carolina Wilmington) 9
      Restoring Seas, Malcolm Campbell (University of Auckland) 14
      Ship Symbolism in the ‘Arabic Cosmopolis’: Reading Kunjayin Musliyar’s “Kappapattu” in 18th Century Malabar, Shaheen Kelachan Thodika (Jawaharlal Nehru University) 17
      The Panopticon Comes Full Circle? Sarah Schneewind (University of California San Diego) 25
      Book Review, Abeer Saha (University of Virginia) 29
  • Vol. 32, No. 1 – Spring 2016
    • Editor’s Note
      From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Special Section: Border Crossings and Color Bars, Part II
      Introduction: Anticolonialism in the Early Twentieth-Century World: Indian Dimensions of a Global Moment, Ian Christopher Fletcher (Georgia State University) 4
      Gandhi, Dube, and Abdurahman: Collaboration across Boundaries in Colonial South Africa, Gail M. Presbey (University of Detroit Mercy) 5
      Transimperial Passages: V. D. Savarkar and Aurobindo Ghose between the British and French Empires, 1907-1911, Yaël Simpson Fletcher (Independent Scholar) 12
      From Ghadar (Revolt) to Home Rule: Arguments about Violence, Nonviolence, and Race in the Struggle to Liberate India during the First World War, Doug McGetchin (Florida Atlantic University) 18
      The Journey of the Magi: Its Religious and Political Context Mehdi Estakhr (Alabama State University) 24
      Eating Colonialism: Dining as Political Ritual, Marc Jason Gilbert (Hawai’i Pacific University) 31
      Notices 39
  • Vol. 31, No. 2 – Fall 2015
    • From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Special Section: Borders
      Introduction: Border Crossings and Color Bars in a Globalizing World, 1890s-1910s, Ian Christopher Fletcher (Georgia State University) 4
      Leveraging the China Market: Wu Tingfang’s Case Against Chinese Exclusion, Sungshin Kim (University of North Georgia), Kurt Guldentops (University of California Los Angeles) 5
      Inui Kiyosue: A Japanese Peace Advocate in the Age of “Yellow Peril”, Masako Racel (Kennesaw State University) 9
      Black Bodies, White Borders: Mapping the Color Line inside and outside the United States, 1914-1916, Shannon Bontrager (Georgia Highlands College) 15
      Religious Encounters within Imperial Contexts: Irish-Catholic Legitimation and Self-Actualization in an Age of Imperial Expansion, Justin Harbour (Mastery Charter Schools-Thomas) 20
      New York State’s New Global Reality, Casey Jakubowski (SUNY Albany) 32
  • Vol. 31, No. 1 – Spring 2015
    • Editor’s Note 1
      From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: Empire and the Great War
      An Empire of the Hejaz? An Examination of Sharif Hussein’s Pre-World War I Imperial Ambitions, James L. Bowden 4
      The Adventures of William Barry: Exploring the Colonial Encounters of the First World War, Anna Maguire, King’s College London and Imperial War Museums 7
      Maximum Advantage: Imperial Diplomacy and the United States, 1914 – 1917, Justin Quinn Olmstead, University of Central Oklahoma 10
      The Retreat of World War I Austrian POWs to China, Lee Chinyun 15
      Puerto Rican Soldiers in the First World War: Colonial Troops For A New Empire, Silvia Alvarez Curbelo, University of Puerto Rico 18
      The Great War and a Colonial Landscape: Environmental History in German East Africa, 1914-16, Michael McInneshin, La Salle University 22
      The Need to “Free” Africa from “German Oppression”: British Propaganda from German East Africa, 1914-1918, Charlotte Miller 25
      The Dutch East Indies During the First World War and the Birth of Colonial Radio, Vincent Kuitenbrouwer, University of Amsterdam 28
      The Anzac Myth: History and Collective Public Memory in Australia on the Centenary of World War I, Andrew Kelly, University of Western Sydney 31
      Mourning, Memory, and Material Culture: Colonial Commemoration of the Missing on the Great War’s Western Front, Hanna Smyth, University of British Columbia 34
  • Vol. 30 – Spring 2014
    • Editor’s Note 1
      From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: Genocide in World History
      Settler Colonialism and Genocide: When Hunter-gatherers and Commercial Stock Farmers Clash, Mohamed Adhikari (University of Cape Town) 5
      Determinism to Agency: Exploring Environmental Origins and Reciprocal Models of Genocide in Rwanda and Namibia, Gary Marquardt (Westminster College) 10
      Academic Space and the Cambodian Genocide, JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz (Texas A&M Galveston) & Adam Haney (Texas A&M University-Commerce) 16
      “Never Again?” Some Reflections and A Syllabus for A Class on Comparative Genocide, Louisa Rice (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire) 20
      Genocide in World History: A Course, Tom Taylor (Seattle University) 23
      Pizza, Rice and Kebabs: Migration and Restaurants, Alberto Grandi (University of Parma) 27
      Conference Reports 34
      Council Update 36
  • Vol. 29, No. 2 – Fall 2013
    • Editor’s Note 1
      From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: Global Environmental History
      Introduction: The Environment in World History, Sarah Hamilton (University of Michigan) 5
      Matter Matters: Towards a More “Substantial” Global History, Frank Uekötter (University of Birmingham) 6
      Islands Hitched to Everything Else: The Global Environmental History of Sugarcane in Hawaii, Lawrence Kessler (Temple University) 9
      Quantitative Analysis of Megafaunal Extinctions and the Tenacity of Pleistocene Overkill ,Paul Jentz (North Hennepin Community College) 12
      Perils of Writings Global Environmental History, J.R. McNeill (Georgetown University) 15
      Early Modern Empires and Arboreal Environments: A Comparative Micro-Reader on the Destruction, Consumption, and Preservation of Forests, Michael McInneshin (LaSalle University) 17
      Money From Trees: Mining, Energy, and Environmental Change in the Spanish Empire, John Soluri (Carnegie Mellon University) 23
      Disease, Disaster, and Degradation: A Global Environmental History Course, Thomas Anderson (University of New Hampshire) 27
      Beginning in the Belly, Ending in the Atmosphere: An Approach to Teaching Global Environmental History, Edward D. Melillo (Amherst College) 30
      Reframing the Edwardian Crisis: Contentious Citizenship in the British Empire before the First World War 37 Ian Christopher Fletcher (Georgia State University) 37
  • Vol. 29, No. 1 – Spring 2013
    • Editor’s Note 1
      From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: Sovereignty and World History
      Introduction: Sovereignty and World History, H. Robert Baker (Georgia State University) & Daniel S. Margolies (Virginia Wesleyan College) 6
      Of Islands and Sunny Beaches: Law and the Acquisition of Territory, Valentin Juetner (University of Cambridge) 7
      The Twin Swords of the Sovereign: Cross-Cultural Killings in Seventeenth-Century English America, Dylan Ruediger (Georgia State University) 12
      Legal Redress for Transatlantic Black Maritime Laborers in the Antebellum United States: A Case Study, Michael Schoeppner (California Institute of Technology) 17
      “‘Factors of Universal Commerce:’ Bonded Warehousing and the Spatialities of Mid-Nineteenth Century American Foreign Trade Policy,” Daniel S. Margolies (Virginia Wesleyan College) 22
      Free Trade Zones in Okinawa, Japan, Koji Furukawa (Chukyo University) 31
      Raw Materials, Race, and Legal Regimes: The Development of the Principle of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources in the Americas, Mats Ingulstad (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) & Lucas Lixinski (University of New South Wales) 34
      U.S. Overseas Territories and the Legacy of Empire, Veta Schlimgen (Gonzaga University) 39
      The Specter of Sovereignty: Reflections on Teaching about Empires and Political Imagination ,Lauren Benton (New York University) 44
  • Vol. 28, No. 2 – Fall 2012
    • Editor’s Note 1
      From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: Remembering Jerry Bentley 4
      Special Section: Commodities in World History
      Introduction: Commodities in World History: A Non-Commoditized Approach, Kevin Goldberg (Brown University) 10
      Enterprise in Latin America: Teaching About Commodities in Latin America in a World History Context, Lisa M. Edwards (University of Massachusetts, Lowell) 11
      Skins in the Game: The Dutch East India Company, Deerskins, and the Japan Trade, Michael Laver (Rochester Institute of Technology) 13
      “A World of History in Your Cup”: Teaching Coffee as Global Commodity c. 1400 – 2000, Carey Watt (St. Thomas University) 16
      Invisible Commodities in World History: The Case of Wheat and the Industrial Revolution ,Thomas D. Finger (University of Virginia) 19
      Exploring Diversity: Teaching the History of Sugar in Latin America, Patricia Juarez-Dappe (California State University – Northridge) 23
      Maps as Commodities in Modern World History, Alex Zukas (National University) 26
      From Chocolate to Coffee: A History of Tropical Commodities in the Americas, Marc McLeod (Seattle University) 32
      Colonial North America and World Histories of Power, Dylan Ruediger (Georgia State University) 35
      Asian Migrations and Diasporas since 1500, Craig Lockard (University of Wisconsin – Green Bay) 39
      Cross-Fertlizing the Botanical Sciences: Japan’s Role inthe Formation of Disciplinary Science, Adam P.J. Witten (University of Hawaii, Manoa) 48
      What Really Made the World Go Around?: Indio Contributions to the Acapulco-Manilla Galleon Trade ,Andrew Peterson (University of Hawaii, Manoa) 58
      Should They Stay or Should They Go?: The Jesuits, the Qing, and the Chinese Rites Controversy, Colleen Kyle (Lakeside Upper School) 69
      World History in State Standards: A Research Assignment for College Juniors and Seniors, David C. Fisher (University of Texas, Brownsville) 71
      On the Historical Archives in Romania, Mihai Manea (Bucharest) 74
      Book Reviews 77
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council and Business Meetings 84
  • Vol. 28, No. 1 – Spring 2012
    • Editor’s Note 1
      From the Executive Director 2
      Letter from the President 3
      Special Section: Teaching and Learning the Personal and the Present in World History
      Introduction, Clif Stratton (Washington State University) 5
      Making the Local History Connection: Community Colleges, World History, and Distance Education, David Dry (Miami Dade College, Ashville-Buncome Technical Community College) 8
      It Takes a Group to Make an Oral History Film, Teresa Booker (John Jay college of Criminal Justice, City University of New York) 10
      I Would Walk 10,000 Miles: Teaching World history through Travel Planning Erica L. Briesacher (Kent State University) 15
      Teaching Black Power in Trinidad and Tobago in Global Context, Jerome Teelucksingh (University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago) 18
      Teaching Global History through Contemporary Issues, Clif Stratton (Washington State University) 22
      Globalization, Past and Present: Is History Repeating Itself? Richard Weiner (Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne) 32
      Bringing Casta Paintings into the Classroom, Sally Stanhope (Georgia State University) 39
      Differences Between High School U.S. and World History Teachers in Kansas, Thomas W. Barker & Joseph O’Brien (University of Kansas, Department of Curriculum and Teaching) 56
      The 2012 WHA Symposium at Pannasastra University, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Paul Jentz (North Hennepin Community College) 60
      A New Lecture Series in World History, Paul Jentz (North Hennepin Community College) 64
      New England Regional World History Association Report 64
      Minutes of the WHA Business Meeting 68 Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting 72
  • Vol. 27, No. 2 – Fall 2011
    • From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Twentieth Annual WHA Conference in Beijing 5
      Special Section: Transnational Crime and Vice in World History
      Introduction: Elaine Carey (St. Johns University) & Andrae Marak (Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus) 8
      When Reading Becomes a Crime: Book Trafficking in Mao’s China, Raymond Pun (New York Public Library) 11
      Draft Dodging and Bootlegging on the Rio Grande Frontera, Joseph J. Garcia (University of New Mexico) 13
      Narcocultural Dialogue withthe Literature on Drugs in Mexico, Froylan Enciso (Stony Brook University) 14
      Streams and Banks: Teaching Mexico’s Drug War Using Film, Elaine Carey 18
      Teaching the Political Economy of Smuggling in a (Modern) World History Course, Alan L. Karras (UC-Berkeley) 21
      The Urbanization of the Tohono O’odham, Andrae Marak & Laura Tuennerman (California University of Pennsylvania) 24
      Outgoing Executive Council Members 34 34
      The World History Association’s Mark Welter Challenge Awards for Innovative Pedagogical Activities for K-12 Teachers
      Understanding 20th Century Genocides, Frances Brock, Burlington High School (Burlington, VT) 37
      2011 WHA Teaching Prize
      Endless Cloth: Lessons from India for a Cross-Cultural Approach to World History: Michael A. Marcus, Berlin High School (Berlin, CT)
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting 55
      Minutes of the WHA Business Meeting 60
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 61
  • Vol. 27, No. 1 – Spring 2011
    • From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Minutes of the WHAExecutive Council Meeting 4
      Minutes of the WHABusiness Meeting 11
      Planned Giving 15
      WHA Affiliate Reports 16
      World History Symposium: Southeast Asia and World History 24
      World History Institute 25
      World History Association Teaching Prize 26
      Phi Alpha Theta / World History Association Paper Prize 28
      Phi Alpha Theta / World History Association Paper: Chinese Smuggling across the US-Mexico Border, Samantha Huang 32
      Phi Alpha Theta / World History Association Paper: Boki’s Predicament: Material Culture and Environmental History of Hawai‘ian Sandalwood, Gregory Rosenthal 46
      The Aftermath of the Katyn Massacre: Silent as the Grave, by Steve Blankenship, Georgia Highlands College 64
  • Vol. 26, No. 2 – Fall 2010
    • From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Nineteenth Annual WHA Conference 4
      WHA Inaugural Symposium in Istanbul 6
      WHA Affiliate Reports 9
      New WHA Executive Council 9
      Outgoing Executive Council Members 10
      Minutes of the WHAExecutive Council Meeting 11
      Minutes of the WHABusiness Meeting 14
      Upcoming WHA Events 15
      2010 WHA From the Executive Director 1
      Letter from the President 2
      Minutes of the WHAExecutive Council Meeting 4
      Minutes of the WHABusiness Meeting 11
      Planned Giving 15
      WHA Affiliate Reports 16
      World History Symposium: Southeast Asia and World History 24
      World History Institute 25
      World History Association Teaching Prize 26
      Phi Alpha Theta / World History Association Paper Prize 28
      Phi Alpha Theta / World History Association Paper: Chinese Smuggling across the US-Mexico Border, Samantha Huang 32
      Phi Alpha Theta / World History Association Paper: Boki’s Predicament: Material Culture and Environmental History of Hawai‘ian Sandalwood, Gregory Rosenthal 46
      The Aftermath of the Katyn Massacre: Silent as the Grave, by Steve Blankenship, Georgia Highlands College 64Teaching Prize 16
      “Before the Opium Wars” by Suzanne Litrell, Bayshore High School (Bayshore, NY)
      Some Roads Lead to Rome: An Ottomanist’s “Detour” Through the Vatican Collections, by Ariel Salzmann, Queen’s University 22
      Did the Balkans Have a Renaissance? by Alexander Mirkovic, Arkansas Tech University 24
      What’s Wrong (and Right) with World History in Texas, by David C. Fisher, University of Texas, Brownsville 29
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 33
  • Vol. 26, No. 1 – Spring 2010
    • Minutes of the WHA Business Meeting, January 8, 2010 4
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting, January 7, 2010 5
      WHB Focus Issue and Teaching Forum — Guest Editors – Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall and Michael G. Vann 9
      Making French Connections: France in World History, by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall, California State University – San Marcos, and Michael Vann, Sacramento State University 9
      Domesticating the “Queen of Beans”: How Old Regime France Learned to Love Coffee, by Julia Landweber, Montclair State University 10
      Teaching about the French Colonies in North America, by Sara Chapman, Oakland University 13
      Teaching the French Revolution from the Inside Out: Views from Egypt and the Caribbean, by Melissa K. Byrnes, Southwestern University 16
      “Is This Tocqueville or George W. Bush?” Teaching French Colonialism in Southern California After 9/11, by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall, California State University – San Marcos 18
      Teaching Colonialism in World History: The Case of French Indochina, by Michael G. Vann, Sacramento State University 24
      Civil Rights Meets Decolonization: Transnational Visions of the Struggle for Racial Equality in France and America, by Tyler Stovall, University of California – Berkeley 26
      Germaine Tillion: ATwentieth-Century Life in World History, by Julia Clancy-Smith, University of Arizona 31
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 38
      Textbooks and Films, Facts and Problems: Linking Visual Literacy and Critical Thinking in the World History Survey, by James De Lorenzi, CUNY John Jay College 49
      The World in Relation to What? by Carl Post, Essex County College 51
      Women’s Professionalization as an Entrance into the Public Space in Ukraine:AHistorical Retrospective, by Alissa Tolstokorova, Kiev (Ukraine) 59
  • Vol. 25, No. 2 – Fall 2009
    • Note from the Executive Director 1
      World History Association – Phi Alpha Theta Paper Prize Winners
      A Tainted Peace: The Failure of De-Nazification in Occupied Germany, by Jonathan D. Garon 4
      The Book of Secrets: Alchemy and the Laboratory Manual from Al-Razi to Libavius, 920-1597 C.E., by Gail Marlow Taylor 11
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting, June 25,2009 Minutes of the WHA Business Meeting, June 27, 2009 19
      Teaching the Axial Age Through a Biographical Comic Book of Buddha’s Life * AWARD WINNING LESSON * by Daniel Greenstone, Oak Park and River Forest High School (IL) 21
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coovdinatov – Petev Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 27
      Non-Becoming and Non-Unbecoming in Greek and Hindu Thought: A Single Idea with Multiple Consequences, by Mrchael J Fontenot (Southern University at Baton Rouge) and Karen A Fontenot (Southeastern Lourszana Unrversityl 40
      Using World History to Encourage Complex and Critical Self-Awareness, by Dennis A. Frey JK,Lasell College 46
      Eighteenth Annual Conference in Salem, Massachusetts: A Model for Future Conferences, by A.J. Andrea 48
      Call For Papers: Nineteenth Annual World History Association Conference 49
  • Vol. 25, No. 1 – Spring 2009
    • Letter From the Executive Director 1
      Minutes of the WHA Business and Executive Council Meetings, January 2-3, 2009 2
      List of WHA Affliates 4
      WHB Focus Issue & Teaching Forum, Guest Editor – Dorothea A. L. Martin, Appalachian State University 6
      East-West Stimulus and Response: The [Cotton] Fabric of the Modern World, by Dorothea A. L. Martin, Appalachian State University
      Motivations for the “Westernization” of Meiji Japan: A Sin of Omission in World History Survey Textbooks, by Masah-o Racel, Kennesaw State University
      Chinese Intellectuals’ Ordeal: The Anti-Rightist Campaign of 1957 Revisited, by Peng Deng, High Point University
      Southeast Asia in World History, by Paul A. Rodell, Georgia Southern University
      Family Law as Metaphor in Colonial Politics: A Helpful Tool in World Historical Analysis, by Pamela Mc Vay, Urslrline College
      Architecture and Visual Literacy: Reading the Indian Colonial Built Environment, by David A. Johnson, Appalachian State University, and Nicole F. Gilbertson, University of California Irvine 21
      Central Eurasia in World History: An Annotated Resource Guide, by R. Charles Weller, Asia Research Associates 24
      Teaching World History in an Indian Classroom, by James Gerlde, Woodstock School (Uttarakhand, India) 27
      The Kushans in World History, b,v Craig Benjamin, Grand Valley State University 30
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 30-39
  • Vol. 24, No. 2 – Fall 2008
    • Letter From the President 1
      Minutes of the WHA Business Meeting, June 28, 2008 3
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting, June 26, 2008 3
      WHB Focus Issue & Teaching Forum, Guest Editor – Paul Buckingham, Morrisville State College 8
      Silk Production as Women’s Work in the World History Classroom: Pearl S. Buck’s The Living Reed, by Robert Shaffer, Shippensburg University 9
      Nature, Biology, Culture and the Origins of Technology in the Plio-Pleistocene by John Mears, Southern Methodist University 15
      Teaching Science and Technology in World History: Notes from the Field by Elizabeth Green Musselman, Southwestern University 16
      From Global to Local: Technological Development and Evolution of the Ice Market by Alberto Grandi, Università degli Studi di Parma 19
      Engineering in the Modern World by David P. Billington, Jr. 22
      Spreading the Scientific Word: Missionaries as Global Naturalists on 19th Century Madagascar, by Thomas Anderson, Binghampton University 25
      The Logical Fallacies of Nationalism: Critical Thinking in the World History Classroom * AWARD WINNING LESSON * by Sharlene Sayegh, California State University, Long Beach 31
      Teaching World History at Chinese Universities: Past and Present, by Xia Jiguo, Capital Normal University 34
      Prospects and Pitfalls of a Global History Approach to the Early-Modern European Witch Hunt, by Sun Yue, Capital Normal University 37
      Progress(ivism) and Its Discontents: The Limits of Hope and Optimism in Modern America, by Tanfer Emin Tunc, Hacettepe University 43
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 47
      History Wars and School Curricula: The New History Curriculum in Australia, by Binoy Kampmark 53
      Call For Papers: 18th Annual World History Association Conference, June 25-28, 2009, Salem, Massachusetts, USA 54
  • Vol. 24, No. 1 – Spring 2008
    • Further Recollections by Kevin Reilly, Raritan Valley Community College 1
      The 17th Annual WHA Conference Registration Form, University of London, Queen Mary College June 25-29, 2008 3
      WHB Focus Issue & Teaching Forum, Guest Editor – Rick Warner, Wabash College 4
      Food in World History: Some Preliminary Proposals by Rachel Laudan 4
      The History of Sharing and Not Sharing Comfort Food by Natalie Parker-Lawrence, Houston High School (TN) 8
      Tasting the History of Globalization: Foods of the Caribbean by Candice Goucher, Washington State University Vancouver 10
      Commerce, Cookbooks and Colonialism: Cross-Cultural Cuisine in the Age of Empire by Deborah Neill, York University 10
      Paprika by Mario Fenyo, Bowie State University 14
      Culinary Interchange in 16th -Century Peru: A Multi-Ethnic Exercise in Building a Cuisine by Kelly E. O’Leary, Boston University 16
      How the Chili Pepper Got to China by Caroline Reeves, Emmanuel College 18
      The Columbian Exchange Cookbook by Monty Armstrong, Cerritos High School (CA) 20
      The Guinea Pig: American Pet – Andean Culture and Food by Dale A. Hueber, East Bay High School (FL) 21
      Teaching Food Studies by Rick Warner, Wabash College 23
      An Edible Survey by Jeffrey M. Pilcher, The Citadel 25
      Mini-Essays on Food and World History 27
      The Spice of Life: The Trade in Spices, 1000-1500 by Erik Gilbert
      Peruvian Fishing by Kevin M. McGeough
      Equatorial Agriculture in Africa by Candice Goucher
      Organic Foods Movement and Vegetarianism by Kimberly Dukes
      Phases of Missionization Around the Pacific Ocean, 1500-1900, by Tanya Storch, University of the Pacific 29
      Select Bibliography on “Islam in World/Global History” and “World History of Religions” 36
      The European Discovery of External Cultures and Their Effect on European Expansion, by Brant Weller, Bridgewater College 38
      The Forgotten Empire: Teaching Ancient Persian History in a World History Class, by Mehdi Estakhr, Alabama State University 41
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 45
      Minutes of the WHA Business Meeting, January 4, 2008 55
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting, January 3, 2008 56
      Minutes of the WHA Executive Council Meeting, June 28, 2007 59
  • Vol. 23, No. 2 – Fall 2007
    • Letter from the Executive Director 2
      Happy Twenty-Fifth Birthday, WHA 1982-2007 by Maggie Favretti, Scarsdale High School 2
      The World History Association at 25 by Kevin Reilly (President 1982-84, 1986-88) 5
      The WHA: A Personal Prehistory by Ross Dunn (President 1984-86) 6
      The Eunuch and the Giraffe by Arnold Schrier (President 1988-90) 8
      A Presidential Message by Marilynn Jo Hitchens (President 1990-92) 12
      Celebrating 10 Years: A Message from the President, Fall 1992 by Raymond M. Lorantas (President 1992-94) 14
      Why the World History Association Matters: A Personal Reminiscence by John A. Mears (President 1994-96) 15
      Ethnicity, Empire, and the Rise of Nationalism in the Ottoman-Controlled Balkans, 1804-1833 by John A. Mears 16
      A Quarter Century is Only the Beginning by Judith P. Zinsser (President 1996-98) 18
      A Message from the President, Fall 1999 by Heidi Roupp (President 1998-2000) 20
      Globalism is the Natural State of Humankind by Carter Vaughn Findley (President 2000-02) 21
      Remembrance of Things Past: Founding the Hawaii Headquarters by Ralph Croizier (President 2002-04) 23
      Reflections on the WHA in 2004 and 2005 by David Northrup (President 2004-06) 24
      How English Became the Global Language: Perspectives from South Asia and Africa by David Northrup 25
      Letter from the President by Michele Forman (President 2006-2008) 27
      Teaching Forum
      Teaching World History with Graphic Novels by Linda Kelly Alkana, California State University, Long Beach 28
      2007 WHA Teaching Prize Winner — Gateway to the Seventeenth Century: Dutch Shipwrecks on the West Australian Coast by Cedric G. Beidatsch, University of Western Australia 32
      A Week in the Life of Mahatma Gandhi: A Lesson Plan by Kay Koppedrayer, Wilfrid Laurier University 38
      Book Reviews 43
      The 16th Annual Conference: A Success for Those Who Made It There by Al Andrea, University of Vermont (Retired) 52
      The 17th Annual Conference: University of London, Queen Mary College 25-29 June 2008 58
      The WHA at the AHA: Washington, D.C. 3-6 January 2008 72
  • Vol. 23, No. 1 – Spring 2007
    • Combined WHB Focus Issue and Teaching Forum, Guest Editor – Joel Tishken, Columbus State University 5
      The Concept of “World Religions” as Currently Used in Religious Studies Textbooks by David Lindenfeld, Louisiana State University 6
      Of Borders and Boundaries: World History, World Christianity, and the Pedagogy of Religion, by Phillip Luke Sinitiere, Second Baptist School (TX) 7
      Lies Teachers Teach about World Religious History by Joel E. Tishken, Columbus State University (GA) 14 14
      From the Mission to the Classroom: The Global Perspective and the History of Teaching Religion by Luke Clossey, Simon Fraser University (Canada) 18
      From Adam to the Apocalypse: Post-Classical Christianity and the Patterns of World History by Brett Edward Whalen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 21
      The Rebirth of Hope in a Time of Upheaval: An Analysis of Early-Modern Millennial Movements Across the Abrahamic Tradition by Brandon Marriott, Simon Fraser University (Canada) 26
      The Catholic Church and Human Rights: Enemies or Allies? by Philip F. Riley, James Madison University (VA) 31
      Thinking Religion Globally, Acting Missionary Locally: Last Century’s American Missionary Experience in the Near East by Emrah Sahin, McGill University (Canada) 33
      “Our Preaching Has Caught Up With Us”: Exploring the Impact of Southern Baptist Missions in Africa on the Southern Baptist Heartland by Alan Scot Willis, Northern Michigan University 36
      Mini-Essays on Religion and World History 39
      Selling Sanctity: The Pilgrimage Trade is Good Business by Annika Fisher
      Confucianism, Buddhism and Daoism: Transformation of Chinese Religion, 300-1000 CE by Jeffrey Richey
      Korean Buddhism, 400-1000 CE by Daniel C. Kane
      Kalam: Islamic Speculative Theology to ca. 1000 CE by Kimberly Georgedes
      Book Reviews 43
      2006 WHA-PAT Undergraduate Student Paper Prize Winner – Power and Performance in Bombay’s Victoria Terminus by Robert Cole, The University of Richmond 54
      Institutes and Workshops in AP World History 63
  • Vol. 22, No. 2 – Fall 2006
    • Letter from the President 1
      Minutes of the June 2006 World History Association Executive Council Meeting 2
      WHB Focus Issue & Teaching Forum, Guest Editor – Richard Weiner, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IN) 6
      Cooking a Cuban Ajiaco: The Columbian Exchange in a Stewpot by Gregory T. Cushman, University of Kansas (KS) 8
      Consider Panama by Rick Warner, Wabash College (IN) 13
      Indigenous Peoples, the Chaco War, and State Formation in a World History Context by René Harder Horst, Appalachian State University (NC) 14
      Caral and the Re-Envisioning of the Ancient Americas in World History by Ben Leeming, The Rivers School (MA) 18
      Mini-Essays on Latin America 22
      Chinchorro Mummies by Christine Boston
      The Panama Canal by Philippe R. Girard
      Terra Incognita: Latin America in World History by Suzanne B. Pasztor, Humboldt State University (CA) 27
      The Caribbean as Crossroads of World History by Gary Van Valen, University of West Georgia (GA) 30
      Reflections on the Importance of Teaching the Spanish Borderlands in the U. S. History Class: An Editorial by H. Micheal Tarver 34
      2006 WHA Teaching Prize Lesson Plan – Bound by a Silver Chain: 1571 by Maggie Favretti, Scarsdale High School (NY) 37
      Book Reviews, Book Review Coordinator – Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University (AR) 43
      Silver, Markets, and States: The Impact of Islamic Trade on Eastern Europe in the Ninth through Eleventh Centuries by Dariusz Adamczyk, Universität Hannover (GER) 47
      Call For Papers – Sixteenth Annual Conference of the World History Association (Milwaukee, WI) 49
      WHA at the AHA: 2007 51
  • Vol. 22, No. 1 – Spring 2006
    • Letter from the President 1
      Combined WHB Focus Issue and Teaching Forum, Guest Editor – Jonathan Reynolds, Northern Kentucky University 3
      Going Global, Part I: A Reconnaissance into the Role of Africanists in the Evolution of World History by Trevor Getz, San Francisco State University and Esperanza Brizuela-García, Montclair State University 4
      Integrating African History into the World History Course: Some Transregional Patterns by Craig A. Lockard, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay 10
      Imagining Africa in World History: Perspectives and Problems by David Northrup, Boston College 17
      “The World and Africa”: World-Systems Theories and the Erasure of East Africa from World History by Jesse Benjamin, St. Cloud State University 20
      Book Reviews on African History 27
      Mini-Essays on African History 28
      Book Reviews 31
      Minutes of the January 2006 World History Association Executive Council Meeting 33
      Minutes of the January 2006 World History Association Business Meeting 34
      World History Association 15th Annual Conference, June 22-25, 2006, Long Beach (CA) 36
      Institutes and Workshops in AP World History 38
  • Vol. 21, No. 2 – Fall 2005
    • Minutes of the June 2005 World History Association Executive Council Meeting 3
      Minutes of the June 2005 World History Association Business Meeting 5
      Call For Papers: World History Association’s Fifteenth Annual Conference (Long Beach, CA) 6
      Teaching Forum
      “That’s So Weird!”: Introducing Asian Music Into World History by Rebecca Woodward Wendelken, Methodist College (NC) 10
      Reflections on History as Performance (an afsana for Abu) by Omar H. Ali, Towson University (MD) 12
      2005 WHA Teaching Prize Lesson Plan: Is There Really Something New Under the Sun? by Monica Bond-Lamberty, James Madison Memorial High School (Madison, WI) 14
      Books and Videos 26
      Student Teacher Preparation: World History Textbook Historiography Assignment by Rick Warner, Wabash College 28
      Questions About the History of Georgia in the Georgian Emigrant Literature by Levan Z. Urushadze, The Javakhishvili Institute of History (Georgia) 29
      WHB Issue Focus: “The Question of Medieval World History” Wilfred Bisson, Guest Editor 31
      Toward a Definition of Medieval World History by Leonora Neville, The Catholic University of America 31
      The Relevance and Legitimacy of Medieval World History by Wilfred Bisson, Keene State University (Emeritus) 32
      A Look Back: Suggestions for a Beginning Secondary World History Teacher by Ronald Wiltse 37
      WHA at the AHA: 2006 43
  • Vol. 21, No. 1 – Spring 2005
    • Letter from the President 1
      Minutes of the January 2005 World History Association Business Meeting 2
      Minutes of the January 2005 World History Association Executive Council Meeting 3
      The World History Association’s Fourteenth Annual Conference (Ifrane, Morocco) 7
      Teaching Forum
      Externalization vs Internalization: Adapting Central Asia to World History by Brian R. Parkinson 9
      World-History Textbooks and Their Others by Luke Clossey, Simon Fraser University (Canada) 19
      Regime Change and Nation Building: Egypt, 1798-1799 by Jackson Sigler, Florida State University 22
      Imperial Delusions: Cheap and Easy Peace in Mandatory Iraq by Robert Stacy 27
      Revolutions in the Arab World: Egypt, Syria, and Iraq,” by Leila Fawaz, Tufts University 32
      Book Reviews 36
      2004 WHA/PAT Undergraduate Paper Prize Winner — Colonial Jamestown and Cape Town: A Discussion of Early Changes and Lasting Outcomes by Elizabeth Kamradt, Northern Kentucky University 41
      Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization of the Yellow River Drainage Basin by Wang Shoukuan, Lanzhou University (China) 47
  • Vol. 20, No. 2 – Fall 2004
    • Letter from the President 1
      World History: An Integrative Model by Diego Olstein, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 4
      Teaching Forum
      Are We What We Wear?: Using Material Culture in Teaching World History by Rebecca Woodward Wendelken, Methodist College (NC) 7
      The Issue of Genocide by Maxie (Ron) Cox, University of South Carolina at Salkehatchie 11
      Books and Videos 13
      Steppes To Civilization: Tracing the World History of “Global Systems” Through Textiles and an Interdisciplinary Approach by Michael A. Marcus, Berlin High School (Berlin, CT) 16
      A Look Back: Using Documents to Integrate the History of Women into World History Courses by Stephen S. Gosch, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire 21
      WHA at the AHA: 2005 25
      Incorporating Central Asia into World History: An Outline by Brian R. Parkinson 26
      Latin America as a Unit of Analysis for World History: Some Reflections by Paola Castaño, Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) 28
      AP-WORLD & H-WORLD REPORTS 37
      Call For Papers: World History Association’s Fourteenth Annual Conference (Ifrane, Morocco) 38
      Minutes of the June 2004 World History Association Executive Council Meeting 44
      Call For Papers: 2006 American Historical Association Annual Meeting 49
      World History Association Officers, Committees, and Affiliates (November 2004) 50
      Staff Changes at the WHA Headquarters 52
  • Vol. 20, No. 1 – Spring 2004
    • Letter from the President 1
      2004 WHA Conference Announcement 2
      Minutes of the January 2004 WHA Executive Council Meeting 3
      Minutes of the January 2004 WHA Business Meeting 5
      Information on the 2004 WHA Annual Meeting 6
      World History for Us All 8
      Information on the 2005 WHA Annual Meeting 9
      Teaching Forum 10
      1204 Seen from 2004: Teaching the Fourth Crusade 10
      Introduction by Al Andrea, University of Vermont 10
      The Enduring Myths of the Fourth Crusade by Thomas F. Madden, University of St. Louis 11
      Constantinople: A Sitting Duck for Crusaders in a Venetian Bind? Teaching the Politics of Memory and the Fourth Crusade by Maggie Favretti, Scarsdale High School 14
      The Fourth Crusade: A Case Study in What Went Wrong by Lorraine Lupinski-Huvane, Calhoun High School 16
      Comments by Al Andrea, University of Vermont 17
      Who Said That?!? By Maggie Favretti, Scarsdale High School 19
      The Fourth Crusade’s Notable Events by Al Andrea, University of Vermont 23
      WHA Prize Winning Lesson: The Economic Role of Women in World History, 600-1914 by Linda Black, Cypress Falls High School 32
      Timing is Everything: When Should High School Students Take World History by Christopher Ferraro, Spring Valley High School 32
      Nineteenth Century Latin American Women and World History by Patricia Lopez Don, San Jose State University 34
      THE WHA at the AHA 37
      Review of Pomeroy and Others, A Brief History of Ancient Greece: Politics, Society, and Culture by David Kreuger, Arkansas Tech University 37
      Review of Now with Bill Moyers: Struggles and Solutions in the Middle East by Joseph Aieta III, Lasell College 38
      Review of Lodge, Atlas of World History by Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University 39
      Membership Committee Report 39
      2002-2003 WHA and Phi Alpha Theta Student Paper Prize Winners 41
      2004 WHA Book Prize 41
      AP Workshops and Summer Institutes in World History 42
      Some Thoughts on the Drain of Wealth: Colonial India and Imperial Britain by Anup Mukherjee 43
      Conference Celebrates Center’s Closure by Patrick Manning and H. Parker James 51
  • Vol. 19, No. 2 – Fall 2003
    • Letter from the President 1
      2004 WHA Annual Conference Announcement  2
      World History Association Strategic Plan, 2003-2006 3
      Minutes of the June 2003 World History Association Executive Council Meeting 10
      Minutes of the June 2003 World History Association Business Meeting  14
      Call For Papers: 2004 World History Association Annual Meeting 16
      Teaching Forum
      Jobs for World Historians? by H. Parker James, World History Center  19
      Communism in World History by Robert Strayer, California State University, Monterey Bay  20
      Teaching About War in World History by Larry Litchfield, Orange County Community College  24
      Teaching Food in World History: The Chinese Example by Michael Marcus, Berlin Public Schools  28
      Fall 2003 Election Results  31
      News of Interest to Our Members
      Comparative Review of Wendy Kasinec and Michael Polushin, eds., Expanding Empires: Cultural Interaction and Exchange in World Societies from Ancient to Early Modern Times and Anthony Pagden, Peoples and Empires: A Short History of European Migration, Exploration and Conquest, from Greece to the Present. by Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University  32
      Review of Jerry Bentley and Herbert F, Ziegler, Traditions and Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, 2nd edition. by Peter Dykema, Arkansas Tech University  33
      NCSS Update by Ane Lintvedt, McDonogh School  34
      A Look Back: Glasnost, Perestroika and Nationalism in Russian and World History: An Analysis by Marilyn Hitchens  35
      World History Connected by Heidi Roupp, Director – WHA Task Force on Education  37
      Why Should We Study Byzantine History? By Al Andrea, University of Vermont (Retired)  38
  • Vol. 19, No. 1 – Spring 2003
    • Letter from the President 1
      WHA 2003 Annual Conference Update 2
      WHA Workshop on Teaching World History 2
      WHA 2003 Annual Conference Pre-Registration Form 3
      WHA Hires Assistant to the Executive Director 4
      Minutes of the January 2003 WHA Executive Committee Meeting 4
      2003 WHA Book Prize: Lauren Benton 6
      AP College Board 2003 Professional Development Program 6
      Teaching Forum
      Media in the Classroom by William S. Brockington, University of South Carolina at Aiken 7
      Teaching the Big Picture of World History by Christopher Ferraro, Spring Valley High School 10
      2004 WHA Annual Conference Announcements 12
      Twenty Years and Counting by Kevin Reilly, Raritan Valley Community College 13
      Letter to the Editor 14
      Membership Committee Report by Al Andrea, University of Vermont 15
      NCSS Update by Ane Lintvedt, McDonogh School 15
      Formal or Informal? Private Trade in Maritime Asian Towns Under the Rule of the Dutch East India Company by Jurgen G. Nagel, University of Trier 17
      News from the Hanover, Germany Affiliate 22
      World History Panels and Programs at the 2003 AHA Annual Meeting 24
      World History Paper Prize and World History Teaching Prize Announcements 24
      Entre Tango y Payada: The Expression of Africans in Nineteenth Century Argentina by Sylvain B. Poosson, McNeese State University 26
      Textbook Review Notice 33
      News from the Karl-Lamprecht-Gesellschaft Affiliate (Leipzig) 33
      WHA Celebrates its Twentieth Anniversary in Style 34
  • Vol. 18, No. 2 – Fall 2002
    • WHA Opens New International Headquarters  1
      WHA Appoints New Executive Director  1
      Letter from the President  2
      WHA Eleventh Annual Conference Summary  2
      2002 WHA/Phi Alpha Theta Student Paper Prize 2
      Minutes of the August 2002 World History Association Executive Council Meeting  3
      Minutes of the August 2002 World History Association Business Meeting  4
      2002 WHA Book Award 5
      NCSS Update by Ane Lintvedt, McDonogh School  5
      WHA 2003 Annual Conference Pre-Registration Form  6
      Teaching Forum
      Teaching World History: Problems and Promises Faced by Young Teachers by Casey Jakubowski, Sidney (NY) Central Schools  7
      Teaching Environment in World History: Nature and Human Society in the Case of the “New World” by Liping Bu, Alma College  8
      Review of William Duiker and Jackson Spielvogel, World History, 3 ed. by Pamela G. Sayre, Henry Ford Community College  11
      2002 World History Association Teaching Prize: Japanese Colonialism in Korea, 1920-1945 by Linda Miller 12
      Floating Images: A Critical Inquiry of China as a Non-Sedentary Society by Maurizio Marinelli, SUNY College at Fredonia  17
      “Temporal-Centrism Recapitulates Ethnocentrism”: The Case for an Enhanced Time Perspective by Mark Welter, St. Cloud State University  20
      World History in Europe:
      A World History Curriculum for the Italian School by Luigi Cajani, Universita’ di Roma “La Sapienza”  26
      World History Network by Heidi Roupp, Director – WHA Task Force on Education  32
      Letters to the Editor  34
      Recent Speech of Interest to WHA Members: “The Philippines as part of World History” by Linglingay F. Lacandale and Joselito A. Jimeno, Consulate General of the Philippines (NY)  34
      WHA Officers, Committees, and Regional Associations 35
  • Vol. 18, No. 1 – Spring 2002
    • 11th Annual International Conference Updates, Inside Cover
      Letter from the President  1
      Registration Form for 11th Annual International Conference  2
      Preliminary Program for 11th Annual International Conference  3
      2003 Annual Conference Update  6
      World History Association Executive Council Minutes 7
      Doctoral Training in World History: What Changes in PhD Programs will it Require – Edited by Philip White 8
      Teaching Forum: Call For Submissions  17
      The Art of Diplomacy – By John R. Doll  18
      Continental Drift or Continental Integration: Toward a Comparative History of North America – By Michael M. Brescia  19
      2001 World History Association and Phi Alpha Theta Student Paper Prize in World History  22
      World History Association Membership Committee Report  23
      Teaching About Asia, 1957-1961: The Columbia and Chicago Conferences on Asian Civilizations as Precursors of the World History Movement – By Robert Shaffer  23
      Books and Videos  31
      News  35
      WHA Affiliates 36
  • Vol. 17, No. 2 – Fall 2001
    • Letter from the President  1
      WHA News and Announcements  3
      World History Teaching Gains Momentum  3
      Micheal Tarver to Be Editor of the Bulletin  3
      News from Affiliates  10
      WHA News and Announcements
      Members’ Notes  11
      WHA Questionnaire Report  11
      WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes  14
      Constitution of the World History Association  17
      Centered on Teaching 18
      Critical Thinking in the World History Classroom,  i
      World History Association 2001 Prize World History Lesson: Why Europe? Inquiry Lesson,  iv
      Torn Apart by Proximity: The Problems and Benefits of Comparative History for Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific  19
      The Perils of Macrohistorical Studies  27
      Book Reviews  33
      Bulletin Board 35
  • Vol. 17, No. 1 – Spring 2001
    • Letter from the President  1
      News from Affiliates  3
      WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes  5
      WHA Business Meeting Minutes  7
      Reexamining the Impact of Karl Wittfogel’s Oriental Despotism in the Context of World History  8
      Back to Modernity: Reforming Higher Education in the Post-Soviet World  13
      Centered on Teaching (center section, after p. 14):
      Integrating Environmental History and World History:  A Brief Overview of Some Challenges, Prospects, and Suggestions For Teaching World History,  i
      Teaching World History That is Changing…All The Time, v
      A Thematic Approach to Placing the Modern Middle East in a World Historical Context,  ix
      Book Reviews  15
      European Imperialism in Africa: An Interdisciplinary Introduction  20
      WHA Officers 2001  24
      Bulletin Board 28
  • Vol. 16, No. 2 – Fall 2000
    • Obituary, Raymond M. Lorantas 1
      Letter from the President 1
      Teaching World History in the 21st Century 3
      Presidential Address 4
      WHA Announcements 7
      Award Announcements 8 to 9
      News from Affiliates 10
      Minutes of Executive Committee and General Business Meetings 11
      New or High Imperialism, 1870-1914 16
      Global Historians and the Great Divergence 17
      Centred on Teaching (center section, after p. 20):
      History Through Theater: A Dialectic of Learning, i
      Using Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient to Teach World History: From Herodotus to Hiroshima, iv
      Developing History Courses for Prospective History Teachers, viii
      Teaching What We Do Not Know: Using the Internet to Create Truly Non-Western Learning Experiences, xi
      Book Reviews 35
      Consider a Fulbright 39
  • Vol. 16, No. 1 – Spring 2000
    • Open Letter to WHA Members – Wm. H. McNeill  1
      President’s Message  2
      The World History Association  4
      Suggestions for Writing a Successful Grant Proposal  6
      AP World History National Training Workshop 7
      Transatlantic History at the University of Texas at Arlington  8
      WHA Announcements  9
      News from Affiliates  14
      The Dilemma of Teaching World History at the United States Air Force Academy  15
      The Rise and Fall of Andean Empires  18
      Centered on Teaching (center section, after p. 20):
      Call for Scholars of World History Teaching,  i
      Balancing Diversity And Depth: Using The Portfolio In World History,  ii
      Essential Questions Facing the Teacher of the New World History Curriculum,  vi
      Implementing Big History 23
      Forum: Teaching Religion In World History Classes:
      A Humanistic Approach to Teaching Religion in the World History Class  26
      Teaching and Believing  28
      Bulletin Board  30
      Book Reviews  32
      WHA Officers, Executive Council, Committees, and Affiliates 36
  • Vol. 15, No. 2 – Fall 1999
    • President’s Message  1
      Internationalizing United States History  1
      Eighth Annual World History Association Conference  2
      WHA Presents Its First Book Award in Victoria  3
      Call for World History-Related Panels – AHA, Boston  4
      WHA Teaching Prize Seeks Submissions  4
      World History Paper Prize  5
      WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes/AHA Annual Meeting  6
      WHA Executive Council/WHA Affiliates Joint Meeting Minutes  8
      News from Affiliates  11
      Call for WHA Book Award Nominations  12
      Letters: An Exchange  13
      Fragmentation and Coherence in the Teaching of World History  14
      Applying the History of Technology to World History  16
      New Course in AP World History in 2001-2002  20
      Enkidu’s Lament: Second Thoughts About Ancient Cities  20
      Centered on Teaching: (center section, after p. 22)
      Book Reviews  23
      World History Syllabi:
      High School Level  28
      College Level  31
      Bulletin Board  40
  • Vol. 15, No. 1 – Spring 1999
    • WHA News  1
      President’s Letter  1
      World History at SUNY College of Fredonia  2
      Officers and Executive Council, 1999  3
      Regional Affiliates’ Notes  5
      Members’ Notes  7
      Philip Curtin Retrospective  8
      The World and The West — A Tribute to Philip D. Curtin  8
      Philip Curtin: An Appreciation  8
      Curriculum Vitae – Philip D. Curtin  9
      The Monograph in Writing History: Curtin’s Comparative Approach  12
      In Honor of Phil Curtin: Historian of Africa, and the World  17
      The World and the West – Papers in Honor of Philip Curtin  19
      The World, the West, and the Core Curriculum  24
      The World and The West – Teaching Modern History at U.C. Santa Cruz, 1978 – 1998  26
      Book and Film Reviews  30
      Bulletin Board  39
      Centered on Teaching: (center section, after p. 20).  i
      Syllabi: The Johns Hopkins University,  i, ii, and vii
      Syllabus: New Jersey Institute of Technology,  xi
      Syllabi: University of California Santa Cruz, xii
  • Vol. 14, No. 2 – Fall 1998
    • President’s Message 1
      WHA News 3
      News from Affiliates 5
      Fort Collins Meeting of WHA 6
      Suggestions for Comprehending World History 7
      Gender History as Global History: The Case of the Nation State 10
      Sexing the Survey: The Issue of Sexuality in World History Since 1500 11
      Centered on Teaching (center section, after p. 20)
      Two Approaches to Islamic Societies in the World History Course, i
      Sufism as an Alternative Way to Access the History of the Muslim World, iv
      World History at Cherry Creek High School, x
      National History Day Competition 25
      Bulletin Board 39
  • Vol. 14, No. 1 – Spring 1998
    • WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes 1
      WHA News  3
      News from Affiliates  3
      A Modest Proposal  4
      World History in China  6
      Linking World and Nation: The Place of World History in New Zealand’s Bicultural Environment  8
      Regarding Teaching World History in Romania  11
      Bulletin Board  13-15
      President’s Message  16
      Centered on Teaching: (center section, after p. 16),  i-xii
      An Approach to the Teaching of Universal/Global History Concepts in World History Practice in South Africa,  i
      Africa’s World Syllabus,  xii
      Two History Lessons from Lithuania,  ix
      Migration in Modern World History,  x
      Workshop on Integrating U.S. History into World History  17
      Writing and Implementing A World History Course  18
      Results of the WHA Survey of World History Courses  18
      Report of the Scholarship Committee of the WHA Executive Council  19
      Northeastern’s World History Ph.D. Program Will Be Continued  19
      Program of the WHA Seventh Annual Conference 20
      WHA Officers, Executive Council and Affiliates 25
  • Vol. 13, No. 2 – Fall 1997
    • News from the Executive Council  1
      Teaching Sessions of the WHA Conference, Pamplona, 1997  1
      Report from the Sixth International Conference of the WHA  2
      WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes  3
      WHA Conference, Pamplona – List of Participants 4
      Iowa Student Wins WHA Prize at National History Day 1997  6
      Bulletin Board  9-15
      Centered on Teaching: (center section, after p. 12),  i-viii
      Terra Incognita: Latin America In World History
      Editorial  16
      Program for the American Historical Association Meeting  21
      Mid-Atlantic World History Association – Second Annual Meeting 24
  • Vol. 13, No. 1 – Winter–Spring/Spring–Summer 1997
    • News from the Executive Council  1
      WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes  2
      World History for the 21st Century  4
      The Latinization of the United States  10
      Institute of Historical Research & The 66th Anglo-american Conference  12
      Book Reviews  15
      World History Association News  17
      Bulletin Board  19-32
      Centered on Teaching: (center section, after p. 16),  i-xii
      A Strategy for Teaching the Rise of Japanese Nationalism: “The Past As Prologue,”  i
      Syllabus: Environmental History in Global Perspective, ix
  • Vol. 12, No. 3 – Spring (II) 1996
    • News from the Executive Council  1
      Technology and History: The Women’s Perspective  2
      National History Day 1996 – WHA Prize-Winning Paper  3
      Redefining History (Yet Again)  4
      WHA Executive Council Meeting Minutes  5
      WHA News  11
      1996 Officers, Executive Council, and Affiliates  12
      Bulletin Board  14-22
      Executive Council Ballot 23
      Centered on Teaching: Using Multimedia Materials in the Classroom  (center section, after p. 14), i-iv
  • Vol. 12, No. 2 – Spring (I) 1996
    • New Officers  1
      News from the Executive Council  1
      News from Affiliates  2
      Editors’ Notes  3
      Bulletin Board  4
      Minutes of WHA Exeuctive Council Meeting  9
      5th WHA International Conference 11
  • Vol. 12, No. 1 – Winter/Spring 1996
    • The Potato Connection 1
      Early Islamic Civilization in Global Perspective 13
      Teaching History the Old-Fashioned Way – Through Biography 20
      Book Review 24
      Bulletin Board  26
      Centered on Teaching: Workshop on Teaching World History Through Music  (center section, after p. 14), i
  • Vol. 11, No. 2 – Summer/Fall 1995
    • News from the Executive Council  1
      Practitioner’s Guide for World History  1
      Bibliography of World History Bulletin Issues from 1983 to 1995:
      Articles, by Title  3-7
      Articles, by Author  7-10
      Book Reviews, by Title  11-13
      Book Reviews, by Author  14-16
      Bulletin Board  17-24
      Centered on Teaching: Who Owns the Ancient Classics? (center section, after p. 12),  i-viii
  • Vol. 11, No. 1 – Spring/Summer 1994
    • The Sphinx Controversy  1
      A World History for the Future  5
      To C or Not 2C?: Using Equations to Teach About Civilization  12
      WHA Council Minutes, January, 1994  15
      WHA Council Minutes, October, 1994  18
      World History: Learning It; Teaching It; Preparing Future Teachers  23
      Making Sense of History  25
      The Three Pillars: Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism, and the Emergence of a Complex Chinese Popular Religion  27
      Non-Western Art and International Relations 33
      Communication  37
      Centered on Teaching: Interior Dimensions of World History – A Process Approach (center section, after p. 20), i
  • Vol. 10, No. 2 – Fall/Winter 1993–1994
    • Second International Conference Of The World History Association 1
      First International Conference of the Chinese Society of Ancient and Medieval World History
      Patricia O’Neill, Central Oregon Community College  1
      Wang Dunshu, Nankai University  3
      Mu Guoguang, Nankai University  4
      WHA’s President Speaks at the Opening Ceremony  4
      WHA Bulletin Board  6
      World History Education and the Politics of Agnosticism  10
      Winner of WHA’s National History Day Award, 1993  16
      Book Reviews  18
      Integrating African History into the World History Course: Some Transgressional Patterns  21
      International Education as a Worldcentric Perspective: Defining International Education  31
      College Board Testing in World History  33
      The Burden of Power in a Fragmented World  35
      Minutes of WHA Executive Council Meeting  43
      Centered on Teaching (center section, after p. 22), i
  • Vol. 10, No. 1 – Spring/Summer 1993
    • Election Results  1
      World Historians Seek Books  1, 20
      Two Positions in World History  1
      William D. Phillips, Jr. Replies  2
      A Message from the President  3
      World History – Canada  4-8
      World Studies at Queens College  8-14
      Call for Papers  14-15 and 48
      Heretical Ruminations About World History  15-18
      Communications  18-20
      Centered on Teaching  21-28
      WHA Gems (great Educational Materials)  29
      WHA Council Minutes 30-32
      WHA Business Minutes  32-34
      DeWitt Wallace National Institute on World History  35
      Book Reviews  36-43
      Glasnost, Perestroika and Nationalism in Russian and World History 43-47
      Electronic World Systems Archive 48
  • Vol. 9, No. 2 – Fall/Winter 1992–1993
    • The First National Conference Of The World History Association  1
      A Message From The President  3
      An Invitation To The First International Conference On Ancient  World History  4
      Shaanxi Province In Comparative Perspective: Notes On The Opening Of A New Museum In Xi’an  6
      Jay P. Anglin – A Commemoration  11
      Some Thoughts On The Historiography Of World History  12
      Writing Essays With Documents  18
      Russia In World History  19
      Centered On Teaching  21
      The Middle East In World History  30
      WHA National History Day Award  35
      WHA Rocky Mountain Regional Conference  36
      Book Reviews  37
      World History Association’s Second National Conference  41
      Communications  42
      Minutes – World History Association – Executive Council Meeting 44
  • Vol. 9, No. 1 – Spring/Summer 1992
    • “Rethinking World History:” A Conference in Washington, D.C., 7-9 November 1991  1
      Multiculturalism and World History  3
      Book Reviews  9
      From the HTA News — Winter 1992 – History Teaching Alliance Newsletter  15
      The Second Annual Global Change Education Conference  18
      Centered on Teaching  19-26
      A World Banquet of Corn  19
      Trial of Columbus  22
      Selected Bibliography for Quincentenary History  25
      A Jump-Start Reading List for Prospective World History Teachers  26
      Teaching World History – A Panel Discussion  27
      1492: The Year American History Ended  28
      Annual Message from the President  33
      Minutes of the World History Association Executive Council Meeting  35
      Minutes of World History Association Business Meeting 37
      Many Frontiers — A Comparative Approach for World History Courses  38
      Methodology and World History in a Ph.D. Program  40
      Communications  42
      Planned Program-Nineteenth New England Medieval Conference 44
  • Vol. 8, No. 2 – Fall/Winter 1991–1992
    • World History Association Activities at AHA Convention  1
      First National Conference of the World History Association  1
      The Columbian Quincentenary 2
      The ACLS Fellowship in Elementary and Secondary School Curriculum Development  6
      The Rise and Spread of Christianity and Islam as Historical Phenomena  8
      Book Reviews  10
      Afrocentric Historical Claims: An Examination of the Portland, Oregon, African-American Baseline Essays  13
      Suggestions for a Beginning Secondary World History Teacher  17
      1989 Central European Independence  24
      The Columbian Quincentennial  29
      News from Affiliates  30
      Minutes of WHA Executive Council Meeting – April 24, 1991  32
      Message from the President  34
      Brown Symposium XIV at Southwestern University  35
      Employment Opportunities 36
  • Vol. 8, No. 1 – Spring/Summer 1991
    • Journal of World History Wins Coveted First Place Award  1
      A Further Report on the UNESCO “Project for the Integral Study of the Silk Roads”  2
      Big and Small, and Distant and Close in History  5
      A Milestone in Chinese World History Publishing  7
      East Central Europe in World History  8
      WHA President’s Report  11
      Minutes of World History Association Business Meeting  12
      Minutes of World History Association Executive Council Meeting  13
      Council and Committees, 1991 – World History Association  15
      Bulletinivia  17
      World History Association Affiliation  18
      Australian Scholars and Long-Term History  18
      Teaching Aids  19
      A Personal Query: Why Study History?  19
      Technical Revolutions and Stagealism – A New Approach to World History  20
      A Working Definition of the Term “Civilization” for Introductory Survey Courses  23
      Freedom in World History 28
  • Vol. 7, No. 3 – Fall/Winter 1990–1991
    • Colleges Must Revitalize the Teaching And Study of World History  1
      The Globe and you  3
      UNESCO’s Project of Integral Study of the Silk Roads  5
      The Silk Roads – A Dialogue Renewed  6
      Some Ups and Downs on the Silk Road  7
      The UNESCO Integral Silk Roads Project and Expeditions 7
      Bulletin of the Asia Institute  11
      WHA’s National History Day Award, 1990  12
      Earthpost: Life and Land from a Global Perspective  14
      World History and the College Boards Achievement Test  15
      The National Council for History Education: Promoting History in School and Society  16
      The WHA’s Presidential Message  17
      Minutes of World History Association Executive Council Meeting  18
      Religion in World History: A Summary  20
      Teaching Religions in the Medieval Period  23
      Links Across Time and Place: An Evaluation  26
      The Ohio Valley WHA Regional Affiliate  28
      Forming an Affiliate: One Example  29
      Employment Opportunities  30
      World History Association at AHA 31
  • Vol. 7, No. 2 – Spring/Summer 1990
    • Message from the President  1
      Why Study World History – and Ideas on How to Teach It  1
      World Historian Brings Pride to His Campus  7
      Quincentenary & History of Science Society World History Textbooks for High Schools: a Review  8
      Book Reviews  8
      The First Georgia Conference on World History and the Formation of the Georgia World History Society  21
      Past President’s Final Report  22
      Teaching Pre-Modern Middle Eastern History  23
      WHA Secretary Observes Election Day in Nicaragua  32
      National History Day Summer Institute  33
      Minutes of WHA Council Meeting  33
      WHA Member Shares Information on Translations  35
      California WHA Regional Association in the Works 36
  • Vol. 7, No. 1 – Fall/Winter 1989–1990
    • The Conference on Revolutions in World History: A Summary  1
      Revolutions in the Arab World: Egypt, Syria, and Iraq  2
      World History Association: Minutes of the Executive Council Meeting  6
      WHA’s National History Day Award  8
      WHA’s Prizewinning Paper, 1989 – Shaka Zulu: An Influence on African History  8
      Book Reviews 10
      An Invitation to Participate: Concord Review  12
      University of Denver’s Proposed M.A. in World History  19
      Jerry H. Bentley Editor of the Journal of World History  19
      A Letter – with a remedy  20
      Global Literacy: A suggested list  20
      WHA President in Moscow  27
      International Baccalaureate History of the Americas: A Comparative Approach  28
      Major Points to be considered in Teaching World History  33
      WHA at AHA 36
  • Vol. 6, No. 2 – Spring/Summer 1989
    • Time Demands Bring Dixon Resignation  1
      Rosen Appointed Executive Director  2
      For a Unified History of the World in the Twentieth Century  2
      Give World History the Time it Deserves  14
      Book Reviews  16
      Minutes of WHA Council Meeting, December 28, 1988  22
      In Search of a World History Textbook  24
      Writing World Histories, Conference in Copenhagen 25
      History and Textbooks, a New Dutch Example 25
  • Vol. 6, No. 1 – Fall/Winter 1988–1989
    • India and the Modern Period and the World History Curriculum  1
      United States History with a China Connection  4
      Islam and World History: The Contribution of Marshall Hodgson  6
      The World Revolution of Westernization 11
      Book Reviews  12
      Review of World History Slide Collection 18
      One Cultural Literacy: Must We Stop There?  20
      Philadelphia Teachers’ World History  20
      Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program  23
      Minutes of WHA Council Meeting, June 18, 1988  24
      WHA’s Prize-winning Essay 27
      WHA at the AHA 28
  • Vol. 5, No. 2 – Spring/Summer 1988
    • Message from the President  1
      WHA at the AHA, Cincinnati, December 1988  1
      World History Graduate Program 2
      Graduate Education and Research in World History 3
      Comments on Jerry H. Bentley’s Description of the Graduate Program in World History at the University of Hawaii  7
      Additional Comments  10
      A Viewpoint  11
      Wanted: Ideas for World History Presentations  12
      SPICE (the Stanford Program on International and Cross Cultural Education)  13
      Women, Sexuality, and Oppression: The European Witchcraft Persecutions  14
      Horizontal History (Or – Toward a De-Nationalized Curriculum)  17
      Minutes of WHA Council Meeting, December 28, 1987 21
      Book Reviews 22
  • Vol. 5, No. 1 – Fall/Winter 1987–1988
    • Global Perspectives for Americans  1
      The United States Prepares for Its Future: Global Perspectives in Education  1
      Native Americans and World History Courses  6
      Book Reviews  8
      A Method for the Madness: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching World History  11
      A New World History  16
      Using Documents to Integrate the History of Women into World History Courses  17
      Inaugurating World History at East Tennessee State University: The Chronicles of a Visiting Professor  20
      Founders and Consolidators in the Establishment of Empire  22
      World History Association Nominees for Vice President  26
      The World History Association at the American Historical Association Conference 28
      27th Southeast Regional Conference of AAS 28
  • Vol. 4, No. 3 – Summer 1987
    • Women and World History 1
      Rocky Mountain Regional Conference 6
      Conceptual Strategies for Survey Courses 8
      Some African and Asian Fiction for Teaching Modern World History 14
      World History: Some Suggestions for Organization and Application 18
      Teaching Global History: A Wisconsin Panel Discussion 22
      Editor’s Notes 22
  • Vol. 4, No. 2 – Spring 1987
    • A Plea for True Global History  1
      Book Reviews  5
      A Modest Proposal  8
      Joint Session of World History Association and International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations  8
      First Annual World History Essay Contest Winner  10
      Periodization and Chronological Coverage in A World History Survey 11
      Some Observations: Our Future and Our Close Intellectual Kin  16
      Editor’s Notes 19
  • Vol. 4, No. 1 – Fall/Winter 1986–1987
    • The Era of Civilizations in World History  1
      China Technology, and Change  1
      Book Reviews  6
      Two Cheers For World History  9
      Editors’ Notes 10
  • Vol. 3, No. 2 – Fall/Winter 1985–1986
    • World History in the People’s Republic of China: The Example of Nankai University in Tianjin  1
      What Americans Should Know; The Survey Course in Non-American History  1
      Book Reviews  6
      Graduate Education and Research in World History  9
      Letter to the Editor  9
      WHA at the AHA 10
      Editors’ Note 10
      Faculty Development for Asia in the Undergraduate Core Curriculum 10
  • Vol. 3, No. 1 – Spring/Summer 1985
    • World History and International History: Complementary or Incompatible Approaches to Global Historical Reality? William R. Keylor  1
      Report from the President  1
      Additional Notes from Wingspread  4
      Rocky Mountain Regional World History Association Aspen Conference  4
      Book Reviews  5
      World History Association Publication  10
      Papers in Comparative Studies 10
      Editor’s Note 11
  • Vol. 2, No. 2 – Fall/Winter 1984
    • An Institute on Africa in World History, Sarah S. Hughes  1
      Themes for World History: Latin America as a Source, E. Bradford Burns  1
      The Promotion of Graduate Study and Research in World History, Craig A. Lockard  6
      Book Reviews  8
      Letters to the Editor  9
      Editor’s Note  10
      WHA Council Meets at lona College  10
      World History Notes  11
      Report from the President 12
  • Vol. 2, No. 1 – Spring/Summer 1984
    • Historians at the End of the Twentieth Century: Ornamental Mandarins or Responsible Global Citizens? Theodore H. Von Laue  1
      A Statement, Ross E. Dunn  1
      World History Association Annual Meetings, Craig Lockard  7
      Book Reviews  8
      Letters to the Editor  10
      Editor’s Note  11
      World History Notes 12
  • Vol. 1 – Fall/Winter 1983
    • A Defence of World History, William H. McNeil  1
      A Letter from the President Pro Tem., Kevin Reilly  1
      A Message from Philip D. Curtin, Philip D. Curtin  2
      Wingspread Conference, Craig Lockard  7
      Students Need World History to Gain a Rounded Perspective, Ross E. Dunn  9
      World History Notes 10