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Articles from World History Bulletin (September 22, 2011)

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Carter Vaughn Findley. Turkey, Islam, Nationalism, and Modernity: A History, 1789-2007. Aieta, Joseph, III Book review 821
Draft dodging and bootlegging on the Rio Grande Frontera (Laredo, Texas 1910-30). Garcia, Joseph J. 387
Editor's note. Poley, Jared Editorial 169
Edmund Burke III, David Christian, and Ross E. Dunn. World History: The Big Eras--A Compact History of Humankind for Teachers and Students. Afxendiou, Georgia Book review 1108
Jack Goldstone. Why Europe? The Rise of the West in World History, 1500-1850. Dykema, Peter Book review 2115
Letter from the executive director of the World History Association. Welch, Winston Conference news 465
Letter from the President of the World History Association. Andrea, Alfred J. Column 1360
Narcocultural dialogue with the literature on drugs in Mexico. Enciso, Froylan Report 2819
Richard Carwardine and Jay Sexton, eds. The Global Lincoln. Stratton, Clif Book review 1230
Special section: transnational crime and vice in world history. Carey, Elaine Report 2372
Streams and banks: teaching Mexico's drug war using film. Carey, Elaine Report 2623
Teaching the political economy of smuggling in a (modern) world history course. Karras, Alan L. Report 2118
The urbanization of the Tohono O'Odham: using vice, crime and sexuality to explore cultural interaction and assimilation. Marak, Andrae; Tuennerman, Laura Report 5282
The WHA teaching prize: endless cloth: lessons from India for a cross-cultural approach to world history. Marcus, Michael A. Report 7623
The World History Association's Mark Welter challenge awards for innovative pedagogical activities for K-12 teachers: Understanding 20th Century Genocides: Frances Brock Burlington High School (Burlington, VT). Report 3022
Trevor R. Getz, Richard J. Hoffman, and Jarbel Rodriguez, eds. Exchanges: A Global History Reader. Keeler, C. Barden Book review 727
Twentieth-Annual World History Conference in Beijing. Conference notes 1260
When reading becomes a crime: book trafficking in Mao's China Raymond Pun, New York Public Library. 1393
World History Association Business Meeting Minutes. Conference notes 656
World History Association thanks Board members Craig Benjamin, Marnie Hughes, and Joel Tishken. 818
Xinru Liu. The Silk Road in World History. Varvis, Stephen Book review 586
Your planned giving for the WHA: how do I include the WHA in my estate planning? 3540

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