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

Volume 27, no. 2 - Fall 2011


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