Article Review 468- "U.S.-Taiwan Military Diplomacy Revisited: Chiang Kai-shek, Baituan, and the 1954 Mutual Defense Pact"

H-Diplo Article Reviews
No. 468
Published on 27 June 2014

H-Diplo Article Review Editors:  Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse

Web and Production Editor: George Fujii

Commissioned for H-Diplo by Thomas Maddux

CFP: Expertise in the League of Nation Mandates - Paris, March 26-27th 2015

Call for papers – International Conference INALCO (Paris) / Institut universitaire de France/Université Jean Moulin – Lyon 3/Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo):

Experts and Expertise in the League of Nations  - Mandates: Figures, Fields and Tools

March 26-27th 2015, Paris, France

Re: Query: Sierra Leone Women's Protest Movement 1961-2014

Here are some sources on women and politics, war, and peace in Sierra Leone that might be helpful in your research.

Bai-Marro, Elizabeth. 1999. Women in the Sierra Leone Conflict. ACAS Bulletin, 55/56 (Spring/Summer): 58-60.

Coulter, Chris. 2009. Bush Wives and Girl Soldiers: Women's Lives Through War and Peace in Sierra Leone. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

CFP: Environmental History conference, March 18-22 2015, Washington D.C.


I am writing as the program committee chair for the 2015 meeting of the American Society for Environmental History in Washington, D.C., March 18-22, to encourage submission of panels and papers with an international theme.   Our deadline is July 20th. The call for papers can be found at:


Kurk Dorsey

University of New Hampshire

Russian History, TofC, 41 No. 2, 2014

Russian History 41, No. 2, 2014

Russia Beyond the Traditional Boundaries: Essays in Honor of David M. Goldfrank Part II and III

Guest Editors: Michael G. Smith, Isaiah Gruber, and Sandra Pujals

Part II

Paul du Quenoy, Arabs under Tsarist Rule: The Russian Occupation of Beirut, 1773-1774

Mikhail Mamedov, From Civilizing Mission to Defensive Frontier: The Russian Empire's Changing Views of the Caucasus (1801-1864)

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Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for sharing your policy. The 45-day timeframe you employ seems much more manageable to me than the full year currently granted at Dartmouth, and I appreciate that you've limited edits to factual or spelling corrections. The "track changes" measure you've put in place for edits on your end is a great idea — really seems like a boost for transparency. Thanks again for sharing!



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