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Author: 
Jennifer Pitts
Reviewer: 
Michael Geyer

Geyer on Pitts, 'Boundaries of the International: Law and Empire'

Jennifer Pitts. Boundaries of the International: Law and Empire. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018. 293 pp. $45.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-674-98081-5.

Reviewed by Michael Geyer (University of Chicago) Published on H-Diplo (October, 2018) Commissioned by Seth Offenbach (Bronx Community College, The City University of New York)

British Association for American Studies Annual Conference, 25-27 April 2019

British Association for American Studies Annual Conference 

25-27 April 2019 — University of Sussex, Brighton, England
Keynote Speakers: Barbara Savage (University of Pennsylvania/University of Oxford), Robyn Wiegman (Duke University), Jonathan Bell (UCL)

Proposals are welcomed for the 64th BAAS conference, the largest American Studies convention outside North America. Proposals are welcomed on any subject in American Studies. The deadline for proposals is 15 November. 

Re: ISSF Article Review 104 on China

If I might add a bit to David Welch's correct comment: The Japanese constitution forbade Japan to have military forces. In effect it set a limit of zero percent on Japan's defense spending. For a long time, the Japanese government pretended that its military spending would not be in violation of the constitution if it stayed below one percent of GDP. But I believe (my memory is vague on this point) that the first time it exceeded the one percent limit was in the late 1980s.

CfP: Barnes Graduate Student Conference, Philadelphia, PA (March 2019)

The James A. Barnes Club, Temple University's graduate student history organization, is pleased to announce the 24th Annual Barnes Club Graduate Student History Conference. The event will feature a keynote address from 2018 Bancroft Prize winner, Dr. Marc Gallicchio, Associate History Professor at Villanova University, for his book, Implacable Foes: War in the Pacific, 1944-1945.

PhD Scholarship: The Cold War in Global Perspectives

The Department of History invites applications for a PhD in History focused on exploring the Cold War in global perspectives. Particular themes could include post-colonial security issues, such as defence and/or military assistance relations between the superpowers, the former metropoles or other West European countries and African states, conflicts, human rights or peacekeeping. We would particularly welcome applications which avoid a Eurocentric perspective.

Call for Submissions

Marine Corps University Press (MCUP) publishes the MCU Journal on topics of concern to the Marine Corps and the Department of Defense through the lens of various disciplines, including international relations, political science, security studies, and political economics.

Author: 
Jerri Bell, Tracy Crow, eds.
Reviewer: 
Tanya L. Roth

Roth on Bell and Crow, 'It's My Country Too: Women's Military Stories from the American Revolution to Afghanistan'

Jerri Bell, Tracy Crow, eds. It's My Country Too: Women's Military Stories from the American Revolution to Afghanistan. Potomac Books, 2017. xxi + 330 pp. Illustrations. $32.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-61234-831-5.

Reviewed by Tanya L. Roth (Independent Scholar) Published on H-Diplo (October, 2018) Commissioned by Seth Offenbach (Bronx Community College, The City University of New York)

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