Members' publication announcement: Asiatische Studien/Études Asiatiques 71.2 with translations from Japanese sources

Dear colleagues,

it is our pleasure to announce the appearance of an issue of Asiatische Studien/Études Asiatiques that is dedicated to translations from Japanese sources.

ANN: New Articles of Interest in the Pacific Historical Review

The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following articles that may interest H-EMPIRE list subscribers:

 

- “Before the Medicine Line: Blackfoot Trade Strategy and the Emergence of the Northwest Plains Borderlands, 1818-1846,” by Ryan Hall

- “From Memory Making to Money Making? Japanese Travel Writers’ Impressions of Cross-Cultural Interaction in the Southwestern Pacific Islands Battle Sites, 1962-2007,” by Ryota Nishino

 

Monthly Publications Update: Member Submissions, May-July 2017

Mestyan, Adam.  Arab Patriotism: The Ideology and Culture of Power in Late Ottoman Egypt.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017.

(The Middle East and Turkey (excl. North Africa) - Ottoman Empire, Egypt, Middle East - Nationalism, Patriotism - Archival Research, Discourse Analysis, Historical Sociology - Historical Anthropology.) 

ANN: New Publications Request

Dear members,

After a short hiatus, we are resuming our New Publications List for H-Emotions.  If you have published or know of any articles or books that directly engage with the topic of Emotions Studies, please send us the references and/or links to them, especially for the month of July.  Please send references to tflorvil@gmail.com by Saturday, August 12th.

Thanks!
Brad

Reminder: Monthly Publications Update (May-July)

Dear All,

Just a reminder that we are getting ready for our next Monthly Publications Update.  Please use this quick and convenient form in the next ***five days*** to notify us of any recent publications of yours not included in the previous update. Please feel free to include information on any publications from this summer. 

Best,

Dave

ANN: La trinchera austral. La sociedad argentina ante la Primera Guerra Mundial, by María Inés Tato

Usually overlooked by Argentine historiography, the First World War nevertheless had a deep impact on its local contemporaries: it put foreign policy on the agenda of public discussion; polarized society; encouraged the citizens’ mobilization, and gave new impetus to the debates around national identity.
From a global history and a cultural history of the war, this book aims to reconstruct its repercussions on Argentine society and its transformations throughout the conflict, focusing on social mobilization and on cultural mediators.
 

Monthly Publications Update Reminder

Dear Colleagues:

A reminder that you have until August 15 to send me information about your latest publications (they can be from 2016) to be included in next month's Monthly Publications Update, which will come out around the 1st of the month.  The following items may be posted:  journal articles or review essays, books, edited collections of essays, chapters in books, masters theses, and doctoral dissertations.  Please supply the following information:

1) bibliographic entry 

2) keywords

3) abstract (if you wish) 

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