DOI:​10.1086/AHR.111.5.1441
Corpus ID: 145615072
AHR Conversation: On Transnational History
C. Bayly, S. Beckert, +3 authors P. Seed
Published 1 December 2006
History

The American Historical Review
This year, the AHR inaugurates what we hope to be an annual “Conversation” on topics of wide interest to historians. Inspired by our sister journal, the Journal of American History, which two years… Expand
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