120 results match your criteria American Historical Review[Journal]


The portal of touch.

Am Hist Rev 2011 ;116(2):385-400

University of Toronto.

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June 2011
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The senses of taste.

Am Hist Rev 2011 ;116(2):371-84

Columbia University.

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June 2011
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The divine optician.

Authors:
Jessica Riskin

Am Hist Rev 2011 ;116(2):352-70

Stanford University.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.116.2.352DOI Listing
June 2011
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Follow your nose? Smell, smelling, and their histories.

Authors:
Mark S R Jenner

Am Hist Rev 2011 ;116(2):335-51

University of York.

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June 2011
7 Reads

On being heard: a case for paying attention to the historical ear.

Authors:
Sophia Rosenfeld

Am Hist Rev 2011 ;116(2):316-34

University of Virginia.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.116.2.316DOI Listing
June 2011
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The senses in history: in the realm of the senses: an introduction.

Authors:
Martin Jay

Am Hist Rev 2011 ;116(2):307-15

University of California, Berkeley.

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June 2011
4 Reads

Making men: Enlightenment ideas of racial engineering.

Am Hist Rev 2010 ;115(5):1364-94

Univ. of Texas, Austin, and Univ. of Cambridge, UK.

This essay suggests a colonial and Enlightenment genealogy for racial ideas more commonly associated with the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Nelson exposes unfulfilled pseudo-eugenic plans, focused on the French Caribbean colony of Saint-Domingue, in which racial engineering through controlled "breeding" was seen as a solution to challenges to stability after the Seven Years' War. Read More

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March 2011
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Rival ecologies of global commerce: Adam Smith and the natural historians.

Am Hist Rev 2010 ;115(5):1342-63

Univ. of Chicago.

This essay explores how the defense of global commerce pioneered in the Enlightenment was tied to the improvement of the natural order. Two rival ecologies, one made by natural historians and the other developed by Adam Smith and his liberal successors, vied for intellectual precedence as well as for practical application in the metropole and the colonies. Together they constitute the beginnings of an ongoing quarrel over the environmental foundation of capitalism. Read More

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March 2011
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The League of Nations' rescue of Armenian genocide survivors and the making of modern humanitarianism, 1920-1927.

Am Hist Rev 2010 ;115(5):1315-39

Univ. of California, Davis.

The essay centers of the efforts by the League of Nations to rescue women and children survivors of the 1915 Armenian Genocide. This rescue -- a seemingly unambiguous good -- was at once a constitutive act in drawing the boundaries of the international community, a key moment in the definition of humanitarianism, and a site of resistance to the colonial presence in the post-Ottoman Eastern Mediterranean. Drawing from a wide range of source materials in a number of languages, including Turkish, Armenian, and Arabic, the essay brings the intellectual and social context of humanitarianism in initiating societies together with the lived experience of humanitarianism in the places where the act took form. Read More

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March 2011
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Martin Luther's body: the "stout doctor" and his biographers.

Authors:
Lyndal Roper

Am Hist Rev 2010 Apr;115(2):351-84

Balliol Coll., Univ. of Oxford.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.115.2.351DOI Listing
April 2010
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Latin America and the challenge of globalizing the history of sexuality.

Authors:
Pete Sigal

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1340-53

Duke Univ.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.114.5.1340DOI Listing
December 2009
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Writing histories of sexuality in the Middle East.

Authors:
Leslie Peirce

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1325-39

New York Univ.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.114.5.1325DOI Listing
December 2009
10 Reads

Transnational histories of sexualities in Asia.

Authors:
Tamara Loos

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1309-24

Cornell Univ.

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December 2009
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Syncopated sex: transforming European sexual cultures.

Authors:
Dagmar Herzog

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1287-308

City University of New York.

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December 2009
8 Reads

Transnational sex and U.S. history.

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1273-86

Yale Univ.

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December 2009
4 Reads

Sexuality, Africa, history.

Authors:
M Epprecht

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1258-72

Dept. of Global Development Studies, Queen's Univ., Kingston, Canada.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.114.5.1258DOI Listing
December 2009
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Thinking sex in the transnational turn: an introduction.

Authors:
Margot Canaday

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1250-7

Princeton University.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.114.5.1250DOI Listing
December 2009
3 Reads

Social death and political life in the study of slavery.

Authors:
Vincent Brown

Am Hist Rev 2009 Dec;114(5):1231-49

Harvard Univ.

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December 2009
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The strange death of Margarita Marcellini: male, signs, and the everyday world of pre-modern medicine.

Authors:
G Ruggiero

Am Hist Rev 2001 ;106(4):1140-58

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November 2008
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Sleep we have lost: pre-industrial slumber in the British Isles.

Authors:
A R Ekirch

Am Hist Rev 2001 ;106(2):343-86

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September 2008
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"A new world for women"? Abortion law reform in Britain during the 1930s.

Authors:
S Brooke

Am Hist Rev 2001 ;106(2):431-59

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April 2008
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Gendering production in wartime South Africa.

Authors:
N L Clark

Am Hist Rev 2001 ;106(4):1181-213

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April 2008
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The foreign policy of the calorie.

Authors:
Nick Cullather

Am Hist Rev 2007 Apr;112(2):337-64

Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.112.2.337DOI Listing
April 2007
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The state in the field: official knowledge and truant practices.

Authors:
J Caplan

Am Hist Rev 2001 ;106(1):107-113

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June 2007
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Smelling like a market.

Authors:
F Coronil

Am Hist Rev 2001 ;106(1):119-29

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June 2007
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Democracy came too early: a tentative explanation for the problem of American homicide.

Am Hist Rev 2006 ;111(1):104-14

Erasmus University Rotterdam, and University of California, Berkeley.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.111.1.104DOI Listing
December 2010
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Homicide: explaining America's exceptionalism.

Authors:
Eric Monkkonen

Am Hist Rev 2006 ;111(1):76-94

University of California, Los Angeles.

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December 2010
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The ethics of hunger and the assembly of society: the techno-politics of the school meal in modern Britain.

Authors:
James Vernon

Am Hist Rev 2005 Jun;110(3):693-725

Center for British Studies, University of California, Berkeley, USA.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/ahr.110.3.693DOI Listing
June 2005
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Disability history: why we need another "other".

Am Hist Rev 2003 Jun;108(3):763-93

Department of History, University of California, Davis, USA.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/529597DOI Listing
June 2003
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Worrying about emotions in history.

Am Hist Rev 2002 Jun;107(3):821-45

Department of History, Loyola University of Chicago.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/532498DOI Listing
June 2002
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The Black Death: end of a paradigm.

Authors:
Samuel K Cohn

Am Hist Rev 2002 Jun;107(3):703-38

Department of History, University of Glasgow.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/532493DOI Listing
June 2002
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From famine to Five Points: Lord Lansdowne's Irish tenants encounter North America's most notorious slum.

Authors:
Tyler Anbinder

Am Hist Rev 2002 Apr;107(2):351-87

Department of History, George Washington University, Washington, DC., USA.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/532290DOI Listing
April 2002
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Something she called a fever: Michelet, Derrida, and dust.

Authors:
C Steedman

Am Hist Rev 2001 Oct;106(4):1159-80

Department of History, University of Warwick.

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October 2001
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