TOC for June 2002 Historically Speaking: The Newsletter of the Historical Society
Table of contents for the June 2002 issue of Historically Speaking: The Newsletter of the Historical Society
Excerpts from these essays, plus the full text of an exchange between J.G.A. Pocock and Roger L. Emerson (in the Letters section), are available on-line. Please visit www.bu.edu/historic and follow the links to the June 2002 issue or go directly to the site listed below.
Patrick Geary, "European Nationalism and the Medieval Past"
Richard Blanke, "A World of Nations, After All"
Eric Bergerud, "No Quarter: The Pacific Battlefield"
Mieko Nishida, "The Japanese in Brazil: From Immigration to Dekassegui"
Bertram Wyatt-Brown, "Honor's History across the Academy"
Richard W. Etulain, "The American West and Its Historians"
John L. Harper, "America and Europe: Before and After September 11, 2001"
Ian Dowbiggin, "Dispatch from Canada"
Doyne Dawson, "A Darwinian View of Warfare"
Elizabeth A. Dreyer, "Hostages in the Classroom"
Letters from J.G.A. Pocock and Roger L. Emerson
Plus: Call for Papers for The Historical Society's 2004 Conference; 2002 Book and Dissertation Prize Recipients; 2003 Book and Article Prizes
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