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21 January 2019

We Will Win the Day: The Civil Rights Movement, the Black Athlete, and the Quest for Equality

Following the Ball: The Migration of African Soccer Players Across the Portuguese Colonial Empire, 1949–1975

Rogge’s Games: Establishing the Youth Olympic Games as a New Event in the Olympic Movement

Big Ten Basketball, 1943–1972

The Commodification of Sport: Exploring the Nature of the Sports Product

The Brandywine Valley Oral History Project

20 January 2019

Alternatively narrating the aerial gaze: capture, concept, consequence

On making noise: Hokkolorob and its place in Indian student movements

The Colic of Madrid (1788–1814): Experts, Poisons, Politics, and War at the End of the Ancien Régime in Spain

19 January 2019

Argentina’s Missing Bones: Revisiting the History of the Dirty War. By James P. Brennan

18 January 2019

Cocina, espacio público y género: el trabajo en las cocinas de hotel (Mar del Plata, segunda mitad del siglo XX)

La “soberanía primitiva” y las proclamas de los municipios en el Distrito del Sur durante la crisis de la Gran Colombia de 1826

Los pobres están invitados a la mesa. Debates y proyectos transnacionales de alimentación popular en América del Sur, 1930-1950

“Por que devemos ser bons para com os animais?” A formação prática e moral dos brasileiros por meio dos discursos de proteção aos animais (1930-1939)

Barbarie o justicia en la Patagonia occidental: las violencias coloniales en el ocaso del pueblo kawésqar, finales del siglo XIX e inicios del siglo XX

Los primeros años de la Revolución cubana y las Unidades Militares de Ayuda a la Producción (UMAP)

Writing the History of the Greater United States: A Reply to Paul Kramer

Book reviews: Left-Wing Melancholia: Marxism, History, and Memory

The problem with neera: The (un)making of a national drink in late colonial India

The economic power of women in early South Asian Buddhism

Gendered lives in vernacular fiction: Redefining family in Hindi short stories of the early 1940s

17 January 2019

The Changing Space of Families: A Genealogical Approach

Hell before Their Very Eyes: American Soldiers Liberate Concentration Camps in Germany, April 1945. By John C. McManus

16 January 2019

Widening Horizons: New Directions in the Scholarship on Sea Power and Security

OED. ‘Anglo-Saxonist, n.’: professional scholar or anonymous person

The Social, Personal, And Spiritual Dynamics Of Ghost Stories In Early Modern England

15 January 2019

Émigré Politics and the Cold War: The National Labor Alliance (NTS), United States Intelligence Agencies and Post-War Europe

Measuring Development: An Intellectual and Political History of Ludwik Landau’s Scale of World Inequality

Match-Fixing in Polish Football: Historical Perspectives and Sociological Interpretations