Past Volumes

Volume XVII

MJH VOLUME XVII

The Spring 2021 edition of the Michigan Journal of History features the following publications:

  • Patriotism and Endurance: Cardinal Mercier and the Just War Theory in World War I (Zachary Breininger, University of Michigan)
  • Confederate Monuments in Context: Arlington National Cemetery and the Legacy of the Confederacy (Shannon Baker, Roanoake College)
  • Corresponding with a Courtier: The Gender Politics of Sixteenth Century Letters (Mary Basso, University of Michigan)
  • Remembering and Forgetting the Pequot War: Memory, Commemoration, and National Identity in White America (Jori Johnson, New York University)
  • The Foundations of Empire Building: Does Genghis Khan’s Legacy Correspond with the “Great Man” View of History? (Fernando Lopez Oggier, University of California, Los Angeles)

Volume XVI

The Spring 2020 edition of the Michigan Journal of History features the following publications:

  • The Power of Image: Huey Long’s Crafting of Image Through Populism (Jack Amerson, College of William & Mary)
  • One Night in Wethersfield (Andrew Bilodeau, Yale University)
  • American Propaganda Failures of The Iraq War (Thomas Brodey, Amherst College)
  • Alchemy and the Quest for Purity: Boyle’s Sceptical Chymist as Microcosm (Robert C. Halvorsen, University of Washington)
  • The Volhynia Massacre: Ghosts Without Graves (Katherine Krosniak, Amherst College)
  • Lee’s Lost Cause: Fighting Grant in the 1864 Overland Campaign (Peggy Kurkowski, American Public University)
  • Becoming German: Exploring Racism, Immigration, and Integration in the Creation of a Turkish-German Identity Between 1945 And 2000 (Rose Lang-Maso, Brown University)
  • The Political Question: Anarchists, Socialists, and the IWW In Paterson, New Jersey (Giovanni Occhipinti Jr., Rutgers University)
  • The History and Lasting Influence of the Nuremberg Trials (Matthew Strother, College of William & Mary)

Volume XV

MJH Volume XV

The Winter 2019 edition features the following articles:

  • Reclaiming the City: Urban Renewal and Policing in Detroit 1967-1977 (Kenneth Alyass, Wayne State University)
  • The Sacrifice for Cultural Tolerance: Asian Women and Domestic Violence in Multicultural Britain (Emily Bacon, University of Michigan)
  • Politics, America, and Sex: What Could Go Wrong? The Orange County Right Wing and the Battle Over Progressive Education (Emma Bianco, University of California – Berkeley)
  • “But He Can’t Work in Stockton”: El Malcriado and the United Farm Workers’ Shifting Border Politics (Samantha Chomsky, Brown University)
  • “This Beautiful Promise Land”: Nicodemus and the Future, 1877-1880 (Claire Mcmahon Fishman, Brown University)
  • A Study in Kashmir: Partition to Special Status (Ilina Krishen, University of Michigan)
  • Non-Aligned Feminism: Representing a “Third World” in the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women, 1947-1951 (Natalie D. McDonald, Pomona College)
  • “The Great Popular Heart” in Civil War North Carolina (William Bryson Penley, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
  • The Black Panther Party: Violence, Black Identity, and Legacy (Jessica Selzer, University of Michigan)
  • Two Left Feet: The Balancing Act of Leftist Interests in the Salford Labour Party, 1924-1929 (Andrew Yang, University of California – Berkeley)

Volume XIV

Winter 2018 (Vol. XIV, Issue I)

The Winter 2018 edition features the following articles:

  • Stranger Things: Hunting, Collecting and Displaying Animals in the Powell-Cotton Museum (Miguel Alegre, University College London)
  • Challenging the Binary: Egyptian Nationalism and Non-Alignment in the Bandung Conference of 1955 (Poorvi Bellur, Columbia University)
  • The Missing Rebellion: 1692-1730 Ireland (Kevin Bendesky, Yale University)
  • A “Women’s Interpretation of Zionism:” American Hadassah Women Finding Agency at the Confluence of Maternalism and Colonialism (Matthew Brill-Carlat, Vassar College)
  • Evocation of the Illegitimate: The Crossroad of Language and Nationalism in Algeria (1920s-1990s) (Ha Dong, McGill University)
  • The Empire Bites Back: The Representation of Postcolonial India in Mrs. Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery (Julia Fine, Harvard University)
  • “Two Great Parties”: Martin Van Buren’s Developing Views on the Two-Party System from 1800-1862 (Claire Fishman, Brown University)
  • The Rise of Bohemia: The Beatnik Influence on Civil Rights and Anti-Conformists in America, 1944 – 1966 (Tre Goodhue, University of Northern Iowa)
  • The Victims and Perpetrators History Has Forgotten: Concentration Camp Brothels Under National Socialism (Haley Hayashi, University of California, Berkeley)
  • Human Rights and the Liberalization of Abortion and Contraception in Western Europe (Hannah Hicklen, The College of William and Mary)
  • Icepicks and Nobel Prizes: the Birth of the Lobotomy (Declan Riley Kunkel, Yale University)
  • The Right Man at the Right Time: Explaining the Rapid Rise of the Konbaung Dynasty (Noah McCarthy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Mass Medicine: Nationalism and Nursing in Wartime China (Naveed Nikpour, Vassar College)
  • Violence and Belonging in Jacksonian America (Elena Ryan, University of St. Thomas)
  • Who’s Laughing Now: The Clowns and the Black Baseball Press (Isaac Shapiro, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Wrinkles in a Clash of Civilizations: Complications in the Conception of Russian Empire in the Caucasus (Giacomo Edward Squatriti, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Behind the Purdah: The Historiography of the First Ottoman Queen (Shreya Srinath, State University of New York, Geneseo)
  • “A Bloody and Perfidious People”: Irish Catholics, Transnational Alliances, and the Imperial Religious Politics of the Seventeenth-Century English Caribbean (Christian Zavardino, Bowdoin College)

Volume XIII

Winter 2017 (Volume XIII, Issue I)

The Winter 2017 edition features the following articles:

  • Paid by the Rich: Carriages and the Birth of Progressive Federal Taxation, 1794-1816 (Parker Abt, Yale University)
  • Tranquilized, Exoticized, Not to be Homogenized: Canada’s National Identity in the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Advertising Campaigns (Olivia Armandroff, Yale University)
  • The Fight for Water and Life: Popular Participation in Cochabamba’s Water War (Abigail Austin, George Washington University)
  • Titian and the Black Page Portrait: Race and Power in the Venetian Renaissance (Lydia Breska, Brigham Young University)
  • Dressing for Success: The Political Role of Fashion in the WSPU’s Suffrage Campaign (Brigitte Dale, Brown University)
  • India-Pakistani Divergence: The Forming of Two Different Politics (Vamsi Damerla, Swarthmore College)
  • Print, Plants, and Piracy: Botanic Herbals and the Emergence of Intellectual Property (Emelia Lehmann, Brown University)
  • Quattrocento Florence’s Humanistic Ideals Portrayed Through Architecture (Rachel Holcomb, University of North Carolina)
  • Protestant Persuasion: Anne Boleyn’s Influence on the Protestant Reformation (Tarilyn Medlar, Mount St. Vincent University)
  • Ping Pong Diplomacy: Impacts on Diplomatic Relations Between the United States and China (Ellen Miller, University of North Carolina)
  • The Immobilization of the Roman Government in the 5th Century and Its Consequences (Collin Parks, University of Michigan)
  • Perceptions on KKK Violence in the Late Insurrectionary South: United States Congress Joint Select Committee Reports and Testimonies 1871-72 (Rohin Patel, University of Michigan)
  • The Soviet Occupation of Afghanistan: A Genocidal Perspective (Chris Riehl, Western Kentucky University)
  • “A Malthusian Reckoning”: The Economic State of Fourteenth-Century Europe (Robert Yee, Vanderbilt University)

Volume XII

Winter 2016 (Volume XII, Issue I)

The Winter 2016 edition features the following articles:

  • Out of Thin Air: Poisonous Gas and the Genesis of the Military Laboratory During World War I (Ari Feldman, University of Chicago)
  • The Revolution That Never Was: How the FBI Ignored the Differences Which Kept the New Left and Black Civil Rights Movements Divided (Carl Helstrom, University of Michigan)
  • Postcolonial Politics: Korean “Comfort Women” and Japanese Reparations (Chloe Nurik, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Forced Sterilization and the Racial Politics of “Choice” (Claire Shennan, Brown University)
  • 21st Century Maoists: Leftist Militancy and the Politics of Anachronism in Postcolonial South Asia (Connor Liskey, University of Michigan)
  • Playing with a Purpose on the Home Front Stage: A Study of the Social Functions of Theatrical Performance in London during the First World War (Holly Dayton, Stanford University)
  • International Image and the Abolition of Slavery in Brazil (Jasmine Kirby, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • From Lord Lugard to Mohammad Yusuf: The Development of Nigerian Views toward Western Biomedicine, 1900-2015 (Laura Leddy, University of Virginia)
  • Kashmiriyat: The Disputed Identity of a Disputed Territory (Muskan Mumtaz, University of Virginia)
  • A Tale of Two Cemeteries: The Paris Commune, the Haymarket Affair, and the Politics of Memorialization (Paige Pendarvis, University of Chicago)
  • Civil Rights in New Rochelle: A Case Study (Tamar Rothstein, University of Pennsylvania)

VOLUME XI

Winter 2015 (Volume XI, Issue II)

The Winter 2015 edition features the following articles:

  • The Need for Radical Reconstruction: Meridan, Mississippi (Bogdan Belei, University of Michigan)
  • Rhyolite, Nevada: The Rhetoric of a Ghost Town (Lydia Cornett, Princeton University)
  • Waving Red Books: Murray’s Handbook and the British Traveler (Jaime Ding, Princeton University)
  • From Bells to Blindfolds: Differing Conceptualizations of Justice from Mughal, India, to British Colonial Rule  (Emma Fallone, Yale University)
  • Entranced by Exotics: An Exploration of Commonalities in Commercialization, of and Fascination with, Exotic Animals in the Early Modern Period and the Modern World (Emily Frantz, Stanford University)
  • The Pergamon Altar in Wilhelmine Context: The Cultural and Imperial Ambition of the NewGerman Empire (Christopher Hunt, University of Michigan)
  • Gangs Running Politics: The Role of Irish Social Athletic Clubs in Politics, and Radical Violence in Chicago from 1900-1920 (Ethan James Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
  • For Duty and Glory: Mazzini’s Justification for Italian Colonial Expansion (Catalina Mackaman-Lofland, Barnard College)
  • Snatching Bodies, Making Doctors: Stealing Black Corpses for Medical Education in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century American South (Scott Nelson, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
  • Paris and the History of French Cuisine (Reyna Schaechter, Yale University)
  • The Wrong Man (Elizabeth Villarreal, Yale University)
  • The Roads They Had Taken: Polish Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Union During World War II (Brody Weinrich, Rice University)

Fall 2014 (Volume XI, Issue I)

The Fall 2014 edition features the following articles:

  • Compromised Defense – The Conquests of Basil II (Michael Goodyear, University of Chicago)
  • Buffalo Extermination: 1865-1883 (Heather Kirkpatrick, University of Michigan)
  • Bourgeois Espionage: The Bureau of Secret Intelligence During World War I and the State Department’s Battle with Modernity (Sam Kleinman, Georgetown University)
  • “I Do What I Can for Organization:” Lincoln the Campaigner in 1860 (William Redmond, Georgetown University)
  • The Roaring Nineties: Privatization and the Mongolian Stock Exchange (Nicolas Sambor, Columbia University)
  • A Shift in Philosophy: The American Jewish Congress and the Fight to End Discrimination in Stuyvesant Town, New York (Gregory Segal, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Misreading Shadows: Elusive Victory, Enigmatic Defeat: The USSR, The US, Egypt, and Israel During the “War of Attrition,” 1969-1970 (Matthew Schweitzer, University of Chicago)
  • The Demise of Chene Street: Urban Crisis in Detroit’s Lower East Side (Christopher White, University of Michigan)
  • “Stand Down Margaret, Please Stand Down:” Musical and Political Opposition to the Conservative Government (1979-1990) (Cecily Zander, University of Virginia)
  • Insights into the Early 20th Century Debate Vivisection Via The Case of Udo J. Wile(Jacob Ziff, University of Michigan)

VOLUME X

Winter 2014 (Volume X, Issue II)

An online copy of the Journal may be accessed at this link: Michigan Journal of History Winter 2014 Edition

The Winter 2014 edition features the following articles:

  • Road Blocks to Suffrage (Daisy Dowdall, Wellesley College)
  • Legend and Legacy: A Rhetorical History of Lewis and Clark (Jake Sonnenberg, Stanford University)
  • Labor Politics and Historical Memory of 1989 (Jack Fuller, University of Michigan)
  • Leading from the  Front: An Analysis of What Made a Successful Civil War Unit (Ian Gorham, University of Michigan)
  • The Warsaw Ghetto and the Shanghai Ghetto (So Yeon Jeong, Wellesley College)
  • The Men of Creedmoor Rifle Range (Lindsay Sovern, Brown University)
  • How American Energy Dependence Sparked al-Qaeda’s War on the United States(Ben Gottesdiener and David Sutter, Washington University in St. Louis)
  • The Evolution of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in American Cinema and Culture(Patrick Van Hackeling, Swarthmore College)
  • Journey of Mad Scientists (Marcus Nappier, University of Virginia)
  • The Inescapable Politics of Identity (Sarah Pauling, University of Michigan)
  • The Mass Lynching of Italians in 1891 New Orelans: Marking Italians as Racially “Dago” (Nicholas Borkowski, Swarthmore College)

Fall 2013 (Volume X, Issue I)

An online copy of the Journal may be accessed at this link: Michigan Journal of History Fall 2013 Edition

The Fall 2013 edition features the following articles:

  • “This Time for Africa”: FIFA, Politics, and South Africa’s Struggle for Human Rights(Taylor Henley, Duke University)
  • Policy of Fear: FBI COINTELPRO Operations Conducted Against Black Nationalist Groups (Zachary Determan, University of Michigan)
  • The Cinema of Moral Anxiety (Mario Goetz, University of Michigan)
  • Challenging Jim Crow: Desegregation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Hannah McMillan, University of North Carolina)
  • The Turning of Chinese Patriotic Education (Jiaqi Fan, Wellesley College)
  • Provincial Influences on Loyalist Writings (Kasey Sease, University of Virginia)
  • Parrish S. Lovejoy Collection–Michigan’s Conservation Moment: Post-Progressive Era(Jennifer Ross Durow, University of Michigan)
  • Wheatland of Wrath: A Tale of 20th Century Agricultural Labor and Historical Memory(Sarah Sadlier, Stanford University)
  • Mass Pilgrimage and the Christological Context of the First Crusade (Burt Westermeier, University of North Carolina)

VOLUME IX

 

VOLUME VIII

VOLUME VIII, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2011

This edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VII

VOLUME VII, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2010

The Winter 2010 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VII, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2009

The Fall 2009 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VI

VOLUME VI, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2009

The Winter 2009 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VI, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2008

The Fall 2008 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME V

VOLUME V, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2008

The Winter 2008 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME V, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2007

The Fall 2007 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME IV

VOLUME IV, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2007

The Winter 2007 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME IV, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2006

The Fall 2006 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME III

VOLUME III, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2006

The Winter 2006 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME III, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2005

The Fall 2005 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME II

VOLUME II, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2005

The Winter 2004 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME II, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2004

The Fall 2004 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME I

VOLUME I, ISSUE 4 – WINTER 2004

VOLUME I, ISSUE 3 – FALL 2003

The Fall 2003 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME I, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2002

The Winter 2002 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME I, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2001

The Fall 2001 edition features the following articles:

Volume XV

MJH Volume XV

The Winter 2019 edition features the following articles:

  • Reclaiming the City: Urban Renewal and Policing in Detroit 1967-1977 (Kenneth Alyass, Wayne State University)
  • The Sacrifice for Cultural Tolerance: Asian Women and Domestic Violence in Multicultural Britain (Emily Bacon, University of Michigan)
  • Politics, America, and Sex: What Could Go Wrong? The Orange County Right Wing and the Battle Over Progressive Education (Emma Bianco, University of California – Berkeley)
  • “But He Can’t Work in Stockton”: El Malcriado and the United Farm Workers’ Shifting Border Politics (Samantha Chomsky, Brown University)
  • “This Beautiful Promise Land”: Nicodemus and the Future, 1877-1880 (Claire Mcmahon Fishman, Brown University)
  • A Study in Kashmir: Partition to Special Status (Ilina Krishen, University of Michigan)
  • Non-Aligned Feminism: Representing a “Third World” in the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women, 1947-1951 (Natalie D. McDonald, Pomona College)
  • “The Great Popular Heart” in Civil War North Carolina (William Bryson Penley, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
  • The Black Panther Party: Violence, Black Identity, and Legacy (Jessica Selzer, University of Michigan)
  • Two Left Feet: The Balancing Act of Leftist Interests in the Salford Labour Party, 1924-1929 (Andrew Yang, University of California – Berkeley)

Volume XIV

Winter 2018 (Vol. XIV, Issue I)

The Winter 2018 edition features the following articles:

  • Stranger Things: Hunting, Collecting and Displaying Animals in the Powell-Cotton Museum (Miguel Alegre, University College London)
  • Challenging the Binary: Egyptian Nationalism and Non-Alignment in the Bandung Conference of 1955 (Poorvi Bellur, Columbia University)
  • The Missing Rebellion: 1692-1730 Ireland (Kevin Bendesky, Yale University)
  • A “Women’s Interpretation of Zionism:” American Hadassah Women Finding Agency at the Confluence of Maternalism and Colonialism (Matthew Brill-Carlat, Vassar College)
  • Evocation of the Illegitimate: The Crossroad of Language and Nationalism in Algeria (1920s-1990s) (Ha Dong, McGill University)
  • The Empire Bites Back: The Representation of Postcolonial India in Mrs. Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery (Julia Fine, Harvard University)
  • “Two Great Parties”: Martin Van Buren’s Developing Views on the Two-Party System from 1800-1862 (Claire Fishman, Brown University)
  • The Rise of Bohemia: The Beatnik Influence on Civil Rights and Anti-Conformists in America, 1944 – 1966 (Tre Goodhue, University of Northern Iowa)
  • The Victims and Perpetrators History Has Forgotten: Concentration Camp Brothels Under National Socialism (Haley Hayashi, University of California, Berkeley)
  • Human Rights and the Liberalization of Abortion and Contraception in Western Europe (Hannah Hicklen, The College of William and Mary)
  • Icepicks and Nobel Prizes: the Birth of the Lobotomy (Declan Riley Kunkel, Yale University)
  • The Right Man at the Right Time: Explaining the Rapid Rise of the Konbaung Dynasty (Noah McCarthy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Mass Medicine: Nationalism and Nursing in Wartime China (Naveed Nikpour, Vassar College)
  • Violence and Belonging in Jacksonian America (Elena Ryan, University of St. Thomas)
  • Who’s Laughing Now: The Clowns and the Black Baseball Press (Isaac Shapiro, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Wrinkles in a Clash of Civilizations: Complications in the Conception of Russian Empire in the Caucasus (Giacomo Edward Squatriti, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Behind the Purdah: The Historiography of the First Ottoman Queen (Shreya Srinath, State University of New York, Geneseo)
  • “A Bloody and Perfidious People”: Irish Catholics, Transnational Alliances, and the Imperial Religious Politics of the Seventeenth-Century English Caribbean (Christian Zavardino, Bowdoin College)

Volume XIII

Winter 2017 (Volume XIII, Issue I)

The Winter 2017 edition features the following articles:

  • Paid by the Rich: Carriages and the Birth of Progressive Federal Taxation, 1794-1816 (Parker Abt, Yale University)
  • Tranquilized, Exoticized, Not to be Homogenized: Canada’s National Identity in the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Advertising Campaigns (Olivia Armandroff, Yale University)
  • The Fight for Water and Life: Popular Participation in Cochabamba’s Water War (Abigail Austin, George Washington University)
  • Titian and the Black Page Portrait: Race and Power in the Venetian Renaissance (Lydia Breska, Brigham Young University)
  • Dressing for Success: The Political Role of Fashion in the WSPU’s Suffrage Campaign (Brigitte Dale, Brown University)
  • India-Pakistani Divergence: The Forming of Two Different Politics (Vamsi Damerla, Swarthmore College)
  • Print, Plants, and Piracy: Botanic Herbals and the Emergence of Intellectual Property (Emelia Lehmann, Brown University)
  • Quattrocento Florence’s Humanistic Ideals Portrayed Through Architecture (Rachel Holcomb, University of North Carolina)
  • Protestant Persuasion: Anne Boleyn’s Influence on the Protestant Reformation (Tarilyn Medlar, Mount St. Vincent University)
  • Ping Pong Diplomacy: Impacts on Diplomatic Relations Between the United States and China (Ellen Miller, University of North Carolina)
  • The Immobilization of the Roman Government in the 5th Century and Its Consequences (Collin Parks, University of Michigan)
  • Perceptions on KKK Violence in the Late Insurrectionary South: United States Congress Joint Select Committee Reports and Testimonies 1871-72 (Rohin Patel, University of Michigan)
  • The Soviet Occupation of Afghanistan: A Genocidal Perspective (Chris Riehl, Western Kentucky University)
  • “A Malthusian Reckoning”: The Economic State of Fourteenth-Century Europe (Robert Yee, Vanderbilt University)

Volume XII

Winter 2016 (Volume XII, Issue I)

The Winter 2016 edition features the following articles:

  • Out of Thin Air: Poisonous Gas and the Genesis of the Military Laboratory During World War I (Ari Feldman, University of Chicago)
  • The Revolution That Never Was: How the FBI Ignored the Differences Which Kept the New Left and Black Civil Rights Movements Divided (Carl Helstrom, University of Michigan)
  • Postcolonial Politics: Korean “Comfort Women” and Japanese Reparations (Chloe Nurik, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Forced Sterilization and the Racial Politics of “Choice” (Claire Shennan, Brown University)
  • 21st Century Maoists: Leftist Militancy and the Politics of Anachronism in Postcolonial South Asia (Connor Liskey, University of Michigan)
  • Playing with a Purpose on the Home Front Stage: A Study of the Social Functions of Theatrical Performance in London during the First World War (Holly Dayton, Stanford University)
  • International Image and the Abolition of Slavery in Brazil (Jasmine Kirby, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • From Lord Lugard to Mohammad Yusuf: The Development of Nigerian Views toward Western Biomedicine, 1900-2015 (Laura Leddy, University of Virginia)
  • Kashmiriyat: The Disputed Identity of a Disputed Territory (Muskan Mumtaz, University of Virginia)
  • A Tale of Two Cemeteries: The Paris Commune, the Haymarket Affair, and the Politics of Memorialization (Paige Pendarvis, University of Chicago)
  • Civil Rights in New Rochelle: A Case Study (Tamar Rothstein, University of Pennsylvania)

VOLUME XI

Winter 2015 (Volume XI, Issue II)

The Winter 2015 edition features the following articles:

  • The Need for Radical Reconstruction: Meridan, Mississippi (Bogdan Belei, University of Michigan)
  • Rhyolite, Nevada: The Rhetoric of a Ghost Town (Lydia Cornett, Princeton University)
  • Waving Red Books: Murray’s Handbook and the British Traveler (Jaime Ding, Princeton University)
  • From Bells to Blindfolds: Differing Conceptualizations of Justice from Mughal, India, to British Colonial Rule  (Emma Fallone, Yale University)
  • Entranced by Exotics: An Exploration of Commonalities in Commercialization, of and Fascination with, Exotic Animals in the Early Modern Period and the Modern World (Emily Frantz, Stanford University)
  • The Pergamon Altar in Wilhelmine Context: The Cultural and Imperial Ambition of the NewGerman Empire (Christopher Hunt, University of Michigan)
  • Gangs Running Politics: The Role of Irish Social Athletic Clubs in Politics, and Radical Violence in Chicago from 1900-1920 (Ethan James Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
  • For Duty and Glory: Mazzini’s Justification for Italian Colonial Expansion (Catalina Mackaman-Lofland, Barnard College)
  • Snatching Bodies, Making Doctors: Stealing Black Corpses for Medical Education in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century American South (Scott Nelson, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
  • Paris and the History of French Cuisine (Reyna Schaechter, Yale University)
  • The Wrong Man (Elizabeth Villarreal, Yale University)
  • The Roads They Had Taken: Polish Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Union During World War II (Brody Weinrich, Rice University)

Fall 2014 (Volume XI, Issue I)

The Fall 2014 edition features the following articles:

  • Compromised Defense – The Conquests of Basil II (Michael Goodyear, University of Chicago)
  • Buffalo Extermination: 1865-1883 (Heather Kirkpatrick, University of Michigan)
  • Bourgeois Espionage: The Bureau of Secret Intelligence During World War I and the State Department’s Battle with Modernity (Sam Kleinman, Georgetown University)
  • “I Do What I Can for Organization:” Lincoln the Campaigner in 1860 (William Redmond, Georgetown University)
  • The Roaring Nineties: Privatization and the Mongolian Stock Exchange (Nicolas Sambor, Columbia University)
  • A Shift in Philosophy: The American Jewish Congress and the Fight to End Discrimination in Stuyvesant Town, New York (Gregory Segal, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Misreading Shadows: Elusive Victory, Enigmatic Defeat: The USSR, The US, Egypt, and Israel During the “War of Attrition,” 1969-1970 (Matthew Schweitzer, University of Chicago)
  • The Demise of Chene Street: Urban Crisis in Detroit’s Lower East Side (Christopher White, University of Michigan)
  • “Stand Down Margaret, Please Stand Down:” Musical and Political Opposition to the Conservative Government (1979-1990) (Cecily Zander, University of Virginia)
  • Insights into the Early 20th Century Debate Vivisection Via The Case of Udo J. Wile(Jacob Ziff, University of Michigan)

VOLUME X

Winter 2014 (Volume X, Issue II)

An online copy of the Journal may be accessed at this link: Michigan Journal of History Winter 2014 Edition

The Winter 2014 edition features the following articles:

  • Road Blocks to Suffrage (Daisy Dowdall, Wellesley College)
  • Legend and Legacy: A Rhetorical History of Lewis and Clark (Jake Sonnenberg, Stanford University)
  • Labor Politics and Historical Memory of 1989 (Jack Fuller, University of Michigan)
  • Leading from the  Front: An Analysis of What Made a Successful Civil War Unit (Ian Gorham, University of Michigan)
  • The Warsaw Ghetto and the Shanghai Ghetto (So Yeon Jeong, Wellesley College)
  • The Men of Creedmoor Rifle Range (Lindsay Sovern, Brown University)
  • How American Energy Dependence Sparked al-Qaeda’s War on the United States(Ben Gottesdiener and David Sutter, Washington University in St. Louis)
  • The Evolution of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in American Cinema and Culture(Patrick Van Hackeling, Swarthmore College)
  • Journey of Mad Scientists (Marcus Nappier, University of Virginia)
  • The Inescapable Politics of Identity (Sarah Pauling, University of Michigan)
  • The Mass Lynching of Italians in 1891 New Orelans: Marking Italians as Racially “Dago” (Nicholas Borkowski, Swarthmore College)

Fall 2013 (Volume X, Issue I)

An online copy of the Journal may be accessed at this link: Michigan Journal of History Fall 2013 Edition

The Fall 2013 edition features the following articles:

  • “This Time for Africa”: FIFA, Politics, and South Africa’s Struggle for Human Rights(Taylor Henley, Duke University)
  • Policy of Fear: FBI COINTELPRO Operations Conducted Against Black Nationalist Groups (Zachary Determan, University of Michigan)
  • The Cinema of Moral Anxiety (Mario Goetz, University of Michigan)
  • Challenging Jim Crow: Desegregation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Hannah McMillan, University of North Carolina)
  • The Turning of Chinese Patriotic Education (Jiaqi Fan, Wellesley College)
  • Provincial Influences on Loyalist Writings (Kasey Sease, University of Virginia)
  • Parrish S. Lovejoy Collection–Michigan’s Conservation Moment: Post-Progressive Era(Jennifer Ross Durow, University of Michigan)
  • Wheatland of Wrath: A Tale of 20th Century Agricultural Labor and Historical Memory(Sarah Sadlier, Stanford University)
  • Mass Pilgrimage and the Christological Context of the First Crusade (Burt Westermeier, University of North Carolina)

VOLUME IX

 

VOLUME VIII

VOLUME VIII, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2011

This edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VII

VOLUME VII, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2010

The Winter 2010 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VII, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2009

The Fall 2009 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VI

VOLUME VI, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2009

The Winter 2009 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME VI, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2008

The Fall 2008 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME V

VOLUME V, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2008

The Winter 2008 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME V, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2007

The Fall 2007 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME IV

VOLUME IV, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2007

The Winter 2007 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME IV, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2006

The Fall 2006 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME III

VOLUME III, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2006

The Winter 2006 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME III, ISSUE 1 – FALL 2005

The Fall 2005 edition features the following articles:

VOLUME II

VOLUME II, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2005

The Winter 2004 edition features the following articles:

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VOLUME I, ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2002

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