H-Diplo Essay 148- State of the Field Essay: Haiti’s Revolution and the Early American Republic

H-Diplo Essay No. 148
An H-Diplo State of the Field Essay

Published on 18 July 2017

H-Diplo Essay Editors:  Seth Offenbach and Diane Labrosse
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State of the Field Essay: Haiti’s Revolution and the Early American Republic

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Essay by Wendy Wong-Schirmer, McNeil Center for Early American Studies

Re: Silence (沈黙): The Cannon and the Cross

I have not seen the film Silence yet, as it was not in the theaters long, but I have read, and taught the novel to undergraduates, a few times. That said I write as a historian and not as a literature professor.

In any case Endo is not naïve about Western missionaries. Nor, at least according to interviews with Scorsese that I have read, was the director remotely interested in making a nostalgia film regarding Christian efforts to convert the Japanese.

H-Diplo Review Essay 145 on The Power of Culture: Encounters Between China and the United States

H-Diplo Essay No. 145
An H-Diplo Review Essay
Published on 20 December 2016

H-Diplo Essay Editors:  Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
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Commissioned for H-Diplo by Thomas Maddux

Priscilla Roberts, ed.  The Power of Culture: Encounters Between China and the United States.  Hong Kong:  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.  ISBN: 1-4438-8588-6 (cloth, $50.00).

H-Diplo Essay 139 on Our Fighting Sisters: Nation, Memory and Gender in Algeria, 1954-2012

H-Diplo Essay No. 139
An H-Diplo Review Essay
Published on 13 May 2016

H-Diplo Essay Editors:  Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
H-Diplo Web and Production Editor:  George Fujii

Natalya Vince.  Our Fighting Sisters: Nation, Memory and Gender in Algeria, 1954-2012.  Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 2015.  ISBN:  978-0-7190-9107-0 (hardcover, £70.00).

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