TOC for The Journal of the Historical Society Vol. II, Nos.3-4 (Summer/Fall 2002)
TABLE OF CONTENTS for THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. II, Nos. 3-4 (Summer/Fall 2002)
The full text of Elizabeth Fox-Genovese's Introduction and excerpts from the essays can be accessed on-line. Click on www.bu.edu/historic and follow the links to the latest issue of the Journal, or go directly to www.bu.edu/historic/journal__fall2002.html
From the Managing Editor
Deborah Symonds, "The Road to Ruindunan"
Can There Be a History of Sound? In Response to Mark Smith's Listening to Antebellum America
Mitchell Snay, "Cultural History and the Coming of the Civil War: A Response to Mark Smith"
Bruce R. Smith, "How Sound is Sound History? A Response to Mark Smith"
Mark M. Smith, "Echoes in Print: Method and Causation in Aural History"
R.A.R. Edwards, "'Seeing' and 'Hearing' in a Deaf-Blind World: Laura Bridgman's Legacy"
Darryl Hart, "The Personal is Personal"
Mark Bauerlein, A Review of Victor Davis Hanson, John Heath, and Bruce S. Thornton's __Bonfire of the Humanities: Rescuing the Classics in an Impoverished Age__
Charles Pete Banner-Haley, "Transformations and Re-inventions: __Juneteenth__ and Ralph Ellison's American Identity"
Thomas Burns, A Review of John Man's __Atlas of the Year 1000__
11 September: A Symposium
M. Shahid Alam, "A Clash of Civilizations? Nonsense"
Fraser Harbutt, "Hazy Historiographical Perspectives and September 11th"
James Kurth, "Domestic Security and Muslim Immigrants"
Salim Rashid, "Can This War End?"
Antony T. Sullivan, A Review of Robert Kaplan's __The Arabists: The Romance of an American Elite__
Jeffrey Vanke, "The Isolation of Daniel Goldhagen: A Response to Robert Herzstein"
Eugene Genovese, "The Gracchi and Their Mother in the Mind of American Slaveholders"
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