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Author: 
Margarita Mercedes Balmaceda
Reviewer: 
Motria Caudill

Caudill on Balmaceda, 'Russian Energy Chains: The Remaking of Technopolitics from Siberia to Ukraine to the European Union (Woodrow Wilson Center Series)'

Margarita Mercedes Balmaceda. Russian Energy Chains: The Remaking of Technopolitics from Siberia to Ukraine to the European Union (Woodrow Wilson Center Series). New York: Columbia University Press, 2021. xiv + 421 pp. $35.00 (paper), ISBN 978-0-231-55219-6.

Reviewed by Motria Caudill (University of Illinois at Chicago) Published on H-Ukraine (November, 2021) Commissioned by Nataliya Shpylova-Saeed (Indiana University)

Author: 
Stephen Tuffnell
Reviewer: 
Kimberly B. Sherman

Sherman on Tuffnell, 'Made in Britain: Nation and Emigration in Nineteenth-Century America'

Stephen Tuffnell. Made in Britain: Nation and Emigration in Nineteenth-Century America. Oakland: University of California Press, 2020. Illustrations, tables. xiii + 302 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-520-34470-9.

Reviewed by Kimberly B. Sherman (Cape Fear Community College) Published on H-Nationalism (November, 2021) Commissioned by Evan C. Rothera (University of Arkansas - Fort Smith)

Author: 
Michael D. Nichols
Reviewer: 
Simona Lazzerini

Lazzerini on Nichols, 'Malleable Mara: Transformations of a Buddhist Symbol of Evil'

Michael D. Nichols. Malleable Mara: Transformations of a Buddhist Symbol of Evil. Albany: SUNY Press, 2019. 268 pp. $95.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-4384-7321-5

Reviewed by Simona Lazzerini (Stanford University) Published on H-Buddhism (November, 2021) Commissioned by Ben Van Overmeire (Duke Kunshan University)

Author: 
Margarita R. Ochoa, Sara V. Guengerich, eds.
Reviewer: 
Susana E. Matallana Peláez

Matallana Peláez on Ochoa and Guengerich, 'Cacicas: The Indigenous Women Leaders of Spanish America, 1492–1825'

Margarita R. Ochoa, Sara V. Guengerich, eds. Cacicas: The Indigenous Women Leaders of Spanish America, 1492–1825. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021. 344 pp. $45.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8061-6862-3.

Reviewed by Susana E. Matallana Peláez (Universidad del Valle) Published on H-LatAm (November, 2021) Commissioned by Casey M. Lurtz (Johns Hopkins University)

Author: 
Wasana Wongsurawat
Reviewer: 
Shelly Chan

Chan on Wongsurawat, 'The Crown and the Capitalists: The Ethnic Chinese and the Founding of the Thai Nation'

Wasana Wongsurawat. The Crown and the Capitalists: The Ethnic Chinese and the Founding of the Thai Nation. Critical Dialogues in Southeast Asian Studies Series. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2019. 216 pp.

 

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Seeking book reviewers

The JHistory list is seeking new and veteran book reviewers.   I have a large number of interesting new titles on a wide range of subjects available for review.  These include traditional journalism history books and some provocative titles on currrent media issues.  If you would like to write a review, please send an email to  me (JHistory book review editor Rob Rabe,  rabe@marshall.edu ).

New Book Review Editor and a Call for Reviewers

Hello, everyone!

If I may introduce myself: I am the new Book Review Editor on H-Rhetor, and I am excited to work with you. I am currently a PhD fellow in the Institute for Writing Studies at St. John's University, focusing on feminist rhetoric and digital feminism.

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