Stacy Fahrenthold. “Sound Minds in Sound Bodies: Patriotic Masculinity in Nadi Homsi and Syrian Brazil, 1920-1932.” International Journal of Middle East Studies. Accepted for publication in special issue, “Charity, Poverty, and the Politics of Benevolence in Middle Eastern and Islamic Histories.” Forthcoming in 2014.
Akin Sefer, “From Class Solidarity to Revolution: The Radicalization of Arsenal Workers in the Late Ottoman Empire”, International Review of Social History, (forthcoming)
Ethan Hawkley, “Im Netz europäischer Imperien – Ein Afrikaner auf den Spuren der spanischen Eroberer in Manila” (Entangled European Empires: An African’s Journey into the Spanish Conquest of Manila), Südostasien, Vol. 29, No. 3 (2013), 49-52.
Malcolm Purinton. Review of Michael A. LaCombe, Political Gastronomy: Food and Authority in the English Atlantic World. In The New England Quarterly, Vol. LXXXVI, No. 2, June 2013.
Ethan Hawkley, “Reviving the Reconquista: Moros and the Making of the Philippines, 1570-1663,” in the Journal of World History (forthcoming).
Burleigh Hendrickson, “Qu’est-ce que la postcolonialité? Vers une définition pluraliste.” Postcolonial Studies: Modes d’emploi. Presses Universitaires de Lyon, forthcoming.
Tara Dixon, “Hula: Gyrations and Other Pacific Associations.” Travel, Tourism, and Transnational Transformation. Juliane Schwarz-Bierschenk and Andrea Zittlau (eds.). Regensburg, GE: Universitat Regensburg, forthcoming.
Ross Newton, “‘Good and Kind Benefactors’: Honduran Logwood Merchants and Boston’s Christ Church.” Early American Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1 (Winter 2013).
Stacy Fahrenthold. “Transnational Modes and Media: The Syrian Press in the Mahjar and Emigrant Activism during World War I.” Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East Migration Studies 1 (Spring 2013): 32-57. (http://faculty.chass.ncsu.edu/akhater/Mashriq/Issues/Issue%201/Fahrenthold.pdf)
Burleigh Hendrickson, “March 1968: Practicing Transnational Activism From Tunis to Paris,” in special review “Maghribi Histories in the Modern Era,” International Journal of Middle East Studies 44 (November 2012).
Burleigh Hendrickson, “Migrations intellectuelles, ‘Indépendance Inachevée’ et 1968 à Dakar et à Tunis,” in special review “La mobilisation des immigrés pour la décolonisation, France 1930-1970,” Migrance 39 (September 2012).
Ross Newton, “Persons of worthy Character”: Slaves, Servants, and Masters at Boston’s Old North Church. Journal of the North End Historical Society 1, no. 1 (March 2012): 51-69.
James Bradford, “Brother Wally and De Burnin’ of Babylon: Walter Rodney’s Impact on the Reawakening of Black Power, the Birth of Reggae, and Resistance to Global Imperialism.” The Third World in the Global 1960s. Samantha Christiansen and Zachary Scarlett (ed.). New York: Berghahn Books, 2012.
Samantha Christansen and Zachary Scarlett, The Third World in the Global Sixties. (Ed.S). New York: Berghahn, 2012.
Andrew Jarboe, “Soldiers of Empire: ‘Colonial Troops’ in the Imperial Metropole and Imperial Propaganda, 1914-1918,” Troy Paddock (ed.). Propaganda in the First World War. Leiden: Brill, 2012.
Yan Li, “Envisioning Liberty and Equality: Soviet Film, Socialist Utopia, and the Chinese Women of the 1950s.” Edited by Mary Ann Doane and Lingzhen Wang. Gender and Chinese Cinema:New Inventions, Vol. 2. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012.
Malcolm Purinton, “Beer.” Heather Streets (ed.). Commodities, Cultures and History: The Products that Changed the World. New York: Facts on File, 2012.
Zachary Scarlett, The Third World in the Global 1960s (co-editor). New York: Berghahn Books, 2012.
Zachary Scarlett, “China’s Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution and the Imagination of the Third World.” The Third World in the Global 1960s. Samantha Christiansen and Zachary Scarlett (ed.). New York: Berghahn Books, 2012.
Samantha Christiansen, “White Man’s Burden.” Milestone Documents in Western Civilization. Dallas: Schlager, 2011.
Stacy Fahrenthold, “The Syrian and Lebanese American Federation: a Case for Connection.” Connections and Ruptures: America and the Middle East. Robert Myers and Nancy Sanyoura (ed.). Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, (2011): 273 – 288.
Andrew Kuech, “A Survey of World History Studies: Theory, Methodology, and Networks.” The Middle Ground, Fall, 2011.
Samantha Christiansen, “The British Regulating Act (1773)” Brian Bonhomme (ed.). Milestone Documents in World History: Exploring the Primary Sources that Shaped the World. Dallas: Schlager, 2010. pp. 795-806.
Samantha Christiansen, “Microfinance,” “Postcolonial Theory,” and “Social Movements: Human Rights,” EBSCO Sociology Research Starters electronic database (2010).
Zachary Scarlett, “An Analysis of ‘Mao Tse-Tung’s Thought is the Telescope and Microscope of Our Revolutionary Cause’” in Milestone Documents in World History. Dallas: Schlanger Group, 2010.
Samantha Christiansen, “Global Connections of 1968: Students of Pakistan and the World.” Angelika Ebbinghaus, Max Henninger and Marcel van der Linden (eds.). 1968 – Ein Blick auf die Protestbewegungen 40 Jahre danach aus globaler Perspektive. Vienna: Akademische Verlagsanstalt, 2009, pp. 81-87.
Ethan Hawkley, “Where’s Walden? Searching, Googling, Reading, and Living in the Digital Age,” New Knowledge Environments, Vol. 1, No. 1 (2009), http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/INKE.
Samantha Christiansen, “Student Movements in the Global South” and “Student Movements in Europe.” International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to Present. Immanuel Ness (ed.) Blackwell, 2009.
Stacy Fahrenthold, “Mother Syria and Syrian Motherhood: Imagining Mahjar Nationality Between Ideal and Real.” Zaytoon 1 (Spring 2009): 5-13.
Samantha Christiansen, “Human Rights in South Asia,” Encyclopedia of the Modern World. Peter Stearns (ed.) New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.