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XI The Korean War, 1950–53 (nos. 300–314)

Anton Weiss-Wendt

Anton Weiss-Wendt is Research Professor at the Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities in Oslo, Norway. His recent publications include Racial Science in Hitler's Europe, 1939-1945 (2013) and The Nazi Genocide of the Roma: Reassessment and Commemoration (2013). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Documents on the Genocide Convention from the American, British, and Russian Archives : The Ideology of a Humanitarian Treaty, 1949–1988

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...The war in Korea in 1950–53 was one of the most dangerous confrontations between the Communist bloc and the West during the Cold War. It comes as no surprise perhaps that in addition to military battles, the warring sides waged a war...

World History, Nationally: How Has the National Appropriated the Transnational in East Asian Historiography?

Global History, Globally : Research and Practice around the World

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...The configuration of the national and the global As a modern academic discipline, national history has been a product of worldwide cultural interactions and transnational discourses. A history of cultural encounters...

Industrializing late: Adjusting the causes

Peter N. Stearns

Peter N. Stearns is Professor of History at George Mason University, USA. A leading expert on world history, he has authored and edited numerous acclaimed books, including The Encyclopedia of World History (2001), Globalization in World History (2009) and World Civilizations: The Global Experience (2006). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Debating the Industrial Revolution

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...Latecomer industrializations—with Japan’s heading the list—generate their own demand for explanation. Several themes predominate. First, of course, is the question of what factors carry over from the classic cases of industrialization...

Re-presenting Asia on the Global Stage: The Rise of Global History in East Asia

Q. Edward Wang

Q. Edward Wang is Professor of History at Rowan University, USA. He won a Faculty Research Achievement Award at Rowan in 2013 and received Changjiang Professorship at Peking University in China, which he has held since 2007. He has published extensively on historical theory, history of historiography, Asian cultural and intellectual history and comparative history and historiography including A Global History of Modern Historiography (co-authored with Georg G. Iggers & Supriya Mukherjee, 2008 & 2017) and Marxist Historiographies: A Global Perspective (co-edited with Georg G. Iggers, 2015), amongst others. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Global History, Globally : Research and Practice around the World

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...History writing has a long tradition in East Asia. From the mid-nineteenth century on, while the region faced the incursion of Western powers, this tradition underwent a significant transformation. As they struggled to cope with the Western...