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  Volume 10, Number 1, January 2009

Table of Contents

The Purpose of the Past: Reflections on the Uses of History

pp. 2-6

Time and the Romans

pp. 7-9

Sage of the Small Screen: HBO's John Adams

pp. 9-10

Teaching American Abolitionism and Religion

pp. 11-13

Teaching World History: Problems and Possibilities

pp. 13-15

Evangelicals, the End Times, and Islam

pp. 16-18

Trying Levithan: A Forum

The Great Whale Trial: Science and Society in the Early Republic

pp. 19-20

"A Principle of Authority. . . Must Always Occur"

pp. 20-21

Whalesong and Chants Democratic

pp. 22-23

What Makes A Difference?: Science and Epistemic Authority in the Early American Republic

pp. 23-24

Two Questions about Moby-Dick

pp. 25-26

The Whale Trial on Trial: A Reply

pp. 26-28

Faith and the Modern Presidency: An Interview with Randall Balmer

pp. 29-30

C. Vann Woodward, Dissenter

pp. 31-34

Witch-hunting in the Western World: An Interview with John Demos

pp. 35-36

Cabeza de Vaca and the Problem of First Encounters

pp. 36-38

Descartes' Bones: An Interview With Russell Shorto

pp. 39-40

Displaced from Zion: Mormons and Indians in the 19th Century

pp. 40-42


pp. 43-45

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