restricted access   Volume 10, Number 5, November 2009

Table of Contents

On the Perils and Pleasures of Confronting Pseudohistory

pp. 2-5
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Assessing Food History

History on the Plate: The Current State of Food History

pp. 6-8
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An Interview with Ken Albala

pp. 8-9
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Military History: A Forum on the State of the Field

Military History: Reaching Beyond the Traditional Academy

pp. 10-12
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Expanding Nontraditional Opportunities for Military Historians

pp. 12-14
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Response to Linn and Showalter

pp. 14-15
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Response to Linn and Showalter

pp. 16-17
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State of Play: A Response to Linn and Showalter

pp. 17-19
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Rejoinder

p. 19
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Rejoinder

p. 19
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Conceptual Revolutions in 20th-Century Art

pp. 20-22
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Cherchez la Femme: Finding Renaissance Women’s Lives in Italian Archives

pp. 23-24
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Historians in the Public Square

Why History Matters: An Interview with John Tosh

pp. 25-27
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An Interview with Margaret MacMillan

pp. 27-28
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Prominent Civil War Wives

pp. 30-31
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What Use for a Medieval Past?

pp. 31-33
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Mr. Gatling’s Terrible Marvel: An Interview with Julia Keller

pp. 34-35
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Letters

pp. 35-36
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