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Call for Reviewers: Journal of American Ethnic History

Dear H-Ethnic Subscriber,
If you are interested in reviewing a book or writing a review essay for the Journal of American Ethnic History, then please send an email with your research interests and a CV to Jeff Strickland at jaehreviews@gmail.com.
Jeff Strickland
Associate Professor of History
Montclair State University

New Publication: eBook, Crank Up the Phonograph

I recently finished a book that I put online.  I call it Crank Up the Phonograph:  Who We Are and Where We Came from in Early Sound Recordings.  You can access it at http://www.crankupthephonograph.com/ and there is no charge.  Using early sound recordings as a base for study, the book attempts to understand how average Americans viewed people considered to be outsiders (immigrants, African Americans and country people) and how immigrants viewed their world.  (Record manufacturers in the early years of sound recordin

Journal: Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education

Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education

Studies of Migration, Integration, Equity, and Cultural Survival

Editor: Bruce A. Collet Bowling Green State University

Associate Editors: Gulbahar Huxur Beckett Iowa State University

Christopher Frey Bowling Green State University

New Editor!



Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education

Natale A. Zappia
Ronald Schultz

Schultz on Zappia, 'Traders and Raiders: The Indigenous World of the Colorado Basin, 1540-1859'

Natale A. Zappia. Traders and Raiders: The Indigenous World of the Colorado Basin, 1540-1859. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2014. xii + 240 pp. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-4696-1584-4.

Reviewed by Ronald Schultz (University of Wyoming)
Published on H-Ethnic (February, 2015)
Commissioned by Amy J. Johnson

Indigenous Networks in the Colorado Basin