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  Volume 12, Number 1, January 2011

Table of Contents

Twenty Suggestions for Studying the Right Now that Studying the Right Is Trendy

pp. 2-6
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What Makes Civilization?: An Interview with David Wengrow

pp. 8-9
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Questioning the Assumptions of Academic History: A Forum

From Histories to Traditions: A New Paradigm of Pluralism in the Study of the Past

pp. 10-13
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Response to Christopher Shannon

pp. 13-15
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Liberal History and Historical Style After Virtue

pp. 15-17
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Comment on Christopher Shannon

pp. 18-19
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From Histories to Traditions: A Response

pp. 19-20
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The Golden Age of the 'Abbasid Empire

Muslim City Life during the Era of the Great Caliphs

pp. 21-23
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An Interview with Amira Bennison

pp. 23-24
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For a Classroom Craving Certainties, a Theory of Importance

pp. 25-26
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China, the West, and Pearl Buck: An Interview with Hilary Spurling

pp. 27-28
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Deconstructing the Discourses of Roman Imperialism

pp. 28-29
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Is Mahan Dead?

pp. 30-32
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Religion and the Founding of the United States: An Interview with Thomas Kidd

pp. 34-35
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Antecedents of Neoconservative Foreign Policy

pp. 35-38
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