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All Recent Content

Author: 
Claire M. Wolnisty
Reviewer: 
Michael A. Hill

Hill on Wolnisty, 'A Different Manifest Destiny: U.S. Southern Identity and Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century South America'

Claire M. Wolnisty. A Different Manifest Destiny: U.S. Southern Identity and Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century South America. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020. 180 pp. $50.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-4962-0790-6

Author: 
Guisela Latorre
Reviewer: 
Magdalena Novoa

Novoa on Latorre, 'Democracy on the Wall: Street Art of the Post-Dictatorship Era in Chile'

Guisela Latorre. Democracy on the Wall: Street Art of the Post-Dictatorship Era in Chile. Global Latin/o Americas Series. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2019. Illustrations. xvii + 230 pp. $29.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-8142-5537-7; $89.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8142-1402-2; $29.95 (e-book), ISBN 978-0-8142-7700-3. 

Upcoming Interview: Transforming Academic Work Into “Brainy Non-Fiction”

We want to invite you to our upcoming interview on writing an academic book with popular appeal. Scholars such as Yuval Noah Harari and Jordan Peterson have broken barriers by transforming their academic works into compelling books that appeal to a large audience. How did they succeed in doing so?

Join senior editors Heather Gold of Yale University Press, Michael Watson of Cambridge University Press, and Richard Baggaley of Mcgill-Queen's University Press for a discussion on how to position your manuscript to shape public debate.

Together, we will explore:

Author: 
Roland Clark
Reviewer: 
Grant Harward

Harward on Clark, 'Sectarianism and Renewal in 1920s Romania: The Limits of Orthodoxy and Nation-Building'

Roland Clark. Sectarianism and Renewal in 1920s Romania: The Limits of Orthodoxy and Nation-Building. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. 232 pp. $115.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-350-10095-4.

Reviewed by Grant Harward (US Army Medical Department Center of History and Heritage) Published on H-Nationalism (October, 2021) Commissioned by Douglas I. Bell (Rotterdam International Secondary School)

Online-Workshop "Fascism in Motion: Concepts, Agents and the Global Experiences" (7-9 October 2021)

"Fascism in Motion: Concepts, Agents and Global Experiences"

7-9 October 2021

 

Online-Workshop organized by Takuya Momma (Kwansei Gakuin University / JSPS), Yufei Zhou (German Institute for Japanese Studies), Chikara Uchida (Toyo University / University of Tokyo)