Journal of Global History 3 (2008), 1

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Journal of Global History 3 (2008), 1.


Ed.
Edited by William Gervase Clarence-Smith SOAS, London, UK Ken Pomeranz University of California, USA Peer Vries Leiden University, Netherlands
Issue(s)
1
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133 p.
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Print only: £ 25.00
Herausgeber d. Zeitschrift
William Gervase Clarence-Smith, SOAS, London, UK; Kenneth Pomeranz, University of California, Irvine, USA; Merry Wiesner-Hanks, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Erscheinungsweise
three times a year
Kontakt
Journal of Global History, Room A288, London School of Economics and Political science, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE, UK journal.global.history@lse.ac.uk

Journal of Global History will address the main problems of global change over time, together with the diverse histories of globalization. It will also examine counter-currents to globalization, including those that have structured other spatial units. The journal will seek to transcend the dichotomy between 'the West and the rest', straddle traditional regional boundaries, relate material to cultural and political history, and overcome thematic fragmentation in historiography. The journal will also act as a forum for interdisciplinary conversations across a wide variety of social and natural sciences.

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Making money at the blessed place of Manila: Armenians in the Madras–Manila trade in the eighteenth century
Bhaswati Bhattacharya
pp 1 - 20

Nationalism, religion and community: A. B. Salem, the politics of identity and the disappearance of Cochin
Jewry James Chiriyankandath
pp 21 - 42

Globalization effects: mobility and nation in Imperial Germany, 1880–1914
Sebastian Conrad
pp 43 - 66

The contradictions of late nineteenth-century nationalist doctrines:
three keys to the 'globalism' of José Martí's nationalism
Armando García de la Torre
pp 67 - 88

Contracting caravans: partnership and profit in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century trans-Saharan trade
Ghislaine Lydon
pp 89 - 113

Reviews In the beginning: world history from human evolution to the first states
Lauren Ristvet. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2007. Pp. 184
+ 20. Paperback £15.99, ISBN 9780072848038.
J. E. G. Sutton
pp 115 - 116

Pathfinders: a global history of exploration By Felipe Fernández-Armesto. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. Pp. xvii + 428, 55 maps, 44 halftones, 16 colour plates. Hardback £25.00, ISBN 978-0-19-929590-6; paperback £12.99, ISBN 978-0-19-921933-9.
Sebastian R. Prange
pp 116 - 119

Connections across Eurasia: transportation, communication, and cultural exchange on the Silk Roads By Xinru Liu and Lynda Norene Shaffer. Explorations in world history. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2007. Pp. 272. Paperback £24.99, ISBN 9780072843514.
Craig Benjamin
pp 119 - 120

The intra-Asian trade in Japanese copper by the Dutch East India Company during the eighteenth century By Ryuto Shimada. Leiden: Brill, 2006. Pp. xvi + 225. Hardback €77, US$115, ISBN 978-90-04-15092-8.
Conrad Totman
pp 120 - 121

Weltgeschichte: Imperien, Religionen und Systeme, 15.–19. Jahrhundert By Hans-Heinrich Nolte. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2005. Pp. 392.
Paperback €29.90, ISBN 978-3-205-77440-2.
Andrea Komlosy
pp 121 - 124

Dictating development: how Europe shaped the global periphery By Jonathan Krieckhaus. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006. Pp. 264. Paperback US$27.95, ISBN 9780822959144.
Bernard Waites
pp 124 - 125

America in the world: United States history in global context By Carl Guarneri. Explorations in World History. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2007. Pp. xvi + 320. Paperback £12.99; ISBN 978-007-254115-1.
Thomas Bender
pp 125 - 127

Portraits of hope: Armenians in the contemporary world By Huberta von Voss, ed., translated by Alasdair Lean, with a preface by Yehuda Bauer. Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2007 (first English edition). Pp. 400.
Hardback £25.00, ISBN 9781845452575.
Ina Baghdiantz McCabe
pp 127 - 128

The shock of the old: technology and global history since 1900 By David Edgerton. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007. Pp. xviii
+ 270. Hardback US$26.00, ISBN 9780195322835.
Paolo Malanima
pp 128 - 129

Relocating modern science: circulation and the construction of knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650–1900 By Kapil Raj.
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Pp. xiv + 285. Hardback £50, ISBN 9780230507081.
Tirthankar Roy
pp 129 - 131

Bound together: how traders, preachers, adventurers, and warriors shaped globalization By Nayan Chanda. New Haven, CT and London: Yale University Press, 2007. Pp. 416. Hardback £17.99, ISBN 978-0-300-11201-6; paperback £12.99, ISBN 9780300136234.
Hans-Heinrich Nolte
pp 131 - 132

America magica: when Renaissance Europe thought it had conquered paradise By Jean-Marc de Beer and Jorge Magasich-Airola, translated by Monica Sandor, with a foreword by David Abulafia. Second edition.
London: Anthem Press, 2007. Pp. 211, illustrated. Paperback £12.99 ISBN 978-1-84331-292-5.
Patricia Seed
pp 132 - 133

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