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Abolitionism and the Underground RailroadGraham R. Hodges
Africa in World HistoryNwando Achebe
America and China: 150 Years of Aspirations and EncountersDaniel Bays
America's Reconstruction: The Untold StoryBrent Morris
American Material Culture: Nineteenth-Century New YorkDavid Jaffee
American Muslims: History, Culture, and PoliticsIrene Oh-Koukios
Asian Americans in New York City: Literature and FilmJennifer Mie Margareta Hayashida
At the Crossroads of Revolution: Lexington and Concord in 1775Kathleen Barker
Authors in the PradoRay Clifford
Between Medieval and Modern: Philosophy from 1300 to 1700Robert Pasnau
Black Poetry after the Black Arts MovementMaryemma Graham
Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and TransformationsPeter D. Hershock
Buffalo's Pan-American Exposition and Ideas of ProgressJill Gradwell
City of Print: New York and the Periodical PressMarka Noonan
Crafting Freedom: African-American Entrepreneurs in the Antebellum SouthLaurel Sneed
Cultures of Independence: Perspectives on Independence Hall and the Meaning of FreedomBeth Twiss-Houting
Dante's "Commedia" William Stephany
Dante's "Inferno": Influence, Adaptation, and AppropriationDeborah W. Parker
Development Ethics and Global Justice: Gender, Economics and EnvironmentFrederick Gifford
Early American Women's History: Teaching from the ArchivesElyssa Tardif
Empire City: New York and the Transformation of American Life, 1877-1929Kenneth Jackson
Empires of the Wind: American Pacific Maritime BeginningsRaymond Ashley
Following in Ancient Footsteps: The Hopewell in OhioElizabeth Hedler
Forever Wild: The Adirondacks in the Gilded Age and Progressive EraKevin Sheets
Forge of Innovation: The Springfield Armory and the Genesis of American IndustryRichard Cairn
From Mesa Verde to Santa Fe: Pueblo Identity in the SouthwestMarjorie R. Connolly
Gullah Voices: Traditions and TransformationsRobert Stephens
Immigration, Migration, and the Transformation of the African-American Community in the 20th and 21st Centuries Deirdre Hollman
Inventing America: Lowell and the Industrial RevolutionSheila Kirschbaum
Istanbul Between East and West: Crossroads to HistoryMatthew T. Herbst
Latin American Theater Today: Aesthetics and PerformanceGustavo Geirola
Literatures of Indigenous PeoplesKathryn Shanley
Literatures, Religions, and Arts of the Himalayan RegionTodd Lewis
Mesoamerican Cultures and Their Histories: Focus on OaxacaStephanie G. Wood
Muslim American Identities, Past and PresentEdward E. Curtis
Native Americans of New England: A Historical OverviewAlice Nash
Negotiating Identities in the Christian-Jewish-Muslim MediterraneanSharon Kinoshita
On Native Grounds: Studies of Native American Histories and the LandGeorge Scheper
Paul Laurence Dunbar and American Literary HistoryRebecca Trivision
Political and Constitutional Theory for CitizensWilliam F. Harris
Punishment, Politics, and CultureAustin D. Sarat
Rethinking Black Freedom Studies in the Jim Crow NorthKomozi Woodard
Rethinking the Gilded Age and Progressive EraRobert D. Johnston
Sailing to Freedom: New Bedford and the Underground RailroadTimothy Walker
Scholarship and Performance: A Combined Approach to Teaching Shakespeare's PlaysKatie Miller
Slavery in the American Republic: From Constitution to Civil WarPaul F. Benson
Teaching Connected Histories of the MediterraneanPeter Mandaville
Teaching the History of Modern Design: The Canon and BeyondDavid Raizman
The Alhambra and Spain's Islamic PastD. Fairchild Ruggles
The American Revolution on the Northern Frontier: Fort Ticonderoga and the Road to SaratogaRichard Strum
The Cross-Border Connection: Immigrants, Emigrants, and their HomelandsRoger D. Waldinger
The Dutch Republic and Britain: The Making of Modern Society and a European World EconomyGerard M. Koot
The Hudson River in the 19th Century and the Modernization of AmericaMeredith Davis
The Irish Sea Cultural Province: Crossroads of Medieval Literature and LanguagesCharles William MacQuarrie
The Legacy of Ancient Italy: The Etruscans and Early RomeP. Gregory Warden
The Long Road from Brown: School Desegregation in VirginiaYonghee Suh
The Materiality of Medieval Manuscripts: Interpretation Through ProductionJonathan Wilcox
The Monuments of Rome in English CultureRonald J. Weber
The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, History, and Culture of the Mississippi DeltaLuther Brown
The News Media and the Making of America, 1730-1865James D. Moran
The Problem of the Color Line: Atlanta Landmarks and Civil Rights HistoryTimothy Crimmins
The Richest Hills: Mining in the Far West, 1862-1920Kirby Lambert
The Rochester Reform Trail: Women's Rights, Religion, and Abolition on the Genesee River and the Erie CanalJose Torre
The Seat of War and Peace: The Lincoln Assassination and Its Legacy in the Nation’s Capital Sarah Jencks
The Spanish Influenza of 1918E. Thomas Ewing
The Transcontinental Railroad: Transforming California and the NationEric Rauchway
Transcendentalism and Reform in the Age of Emerson, Thoreau, and FullerSandra H. Petrulionis
Voices Across Time: Teaching American History Through SongDeane L. Root
What is Gained in Translation?Francoise Massardier-Kenney

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