TOC for September 2002 issue of Historically Speaking: The Bulletin of the Historical Society
Table of Contents for September 2002 issue of Historically Speaking: The Bulletin of the Historical Society
Excerpts from these essays, plus the full texts of George Huppert's "President's Corner," an exchange between Jeannie Rutenburg and Warren Treadgold (in the Letters section), reflections on THS's 2002 Atlanta conference, and reports from THS regions are available on-line. Please visit our website and follow the links to the September 2002 issue of Historically Speaking or go directly to www.bu.edu/historic/hs/september02.html.
George Huppert, "President's Corner"
Barry Cunliffe, "On the Edge of the World"
Carol G. Thomas, "The Greek Age of Heroes: Myth Becomes History"
David Northrup, "African Encounters"
An Excerpt from Peter Nabokov's __A Forest of Time: American Indian Ways of History__ (Cambridge University Press, 2002)
An Interview with Peter Nabokov by Donald A. Yerxa
Jay R. Mandle, "Globalization and Its Critics"
Lee Congdon, "Missions: Remembering Hungary's 'Great Generation'"
Genzo Yamamoto, "The Pacific War as a Civilizational Conflict?"
Jeremy Black, "A Century of the Cambridge Histories"
PLUS: Letters from Jeannie Rutenburg and Warren Treadgold; Reflections on THS's 2002 Atlanta conference; THS Regional Reports; Recent Publications and Achievements; Call for Papers for The Historical Society's 2004 Conference; 2003 Book and Article Prizes
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