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  Volume 10, Number 4, September 2009

Table of Contents

A Superficial Evocation of Our Times

pp. 2-4

Becoming Historians: An Interview with James M. Banner, Jr. and John R. Gillis

pp. 5-7

Pillars of World Christianity: A Review Essay

pp. 7-9

Securing Possession: A New Way of Understanding the Past

pp. 10-11

Last Rites: A Conversation with John Lukacs

pp. 12-13

The Current State of Intellectual History: A Forum

Is Intellectual History a Neglected Field of Study?

pp. 14-17

Thinking Is as American as Apple Pie

pp. 17-18

Reply to Daniel Wickberg

pp. 19-20

Response to Daniel Wickberg

pp. 20-22

Rejoinder to Hollinger, Igo, and McClay

pp. 22-24

America in the Jacksonian Era: An Interview with David S. Reynolds

pp. 25-26

Dual Discovery, Dual Dialogue : Reflections on the Global Modernization of Historical Writing

pp. 27-28

Peaceable Kingdom Lost

pp. 29-31

Lincoln and His Admirals: An Interview with Craig L. Symonds

pp. 31-33

Who's Counting?

pp. 33-34

The History of Race on Trial in America

pp. 34-36

Spiritual, Yes; But Religious?: A Review Essay

pp. 37-38



pp. 39-41

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