Volume 11, Number 3, June 2010

Table of Contents

Two Historians on Defeat in War and Its Causes

pp. 2-8
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U.S. Expansion and the Woman Question, 1870-1929

pp. 9-11
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Ian Mortimer: Making History More Meaningful to Society

The Art of History

pp. 12-15
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In Search of New Narrative Frameworks: An Interview with Ian Mortimer

pp. 16-19
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Creolization in and Beyond Charles Joyner’s Down by the Riverside: A South Carolina Slave Community A Panel Discussion

Introduction

p. 20
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Learning from Charles Joyner

pp. 21-24
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The Influence of Down by the Riverside

pp. 24-25
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Two Journeys: Honoring Charles Joyner

pp. 26-27
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Creolization, Decreolization, and Being "at Home" in the Diaspora

pp. 27-28
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Response

pp. 29-31
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Writing Historical Crime Novels: An Interview with Jenny White

pp. 32-34
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Prince Henry of Portugal and the Sea Route to India

pp. 35-37
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Faith and the Founding of Virginia

pp. 38-40
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Letters

p. 42
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In Grateful Memory of Max Palevsky, 1924-2010

p. 42
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