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  Volume 9, Number 7, September/October 2008

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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The Medieval Taste for Spices

pp. 2-5
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Is There Anything Left to Be Said about Abraham Lincoln?

pp. 6-8
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The Assassin's Accomplice: Mary Surratt and the Plot to Kill Lincoln

pp. 9-11
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Abundant History: Marian Apparitions as Alternative Modernity

pp. 12-16
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How Abundant is "Abundant History"?

pp. 16-18
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Abundant History: Protestantism and Alternative Modernities

pp. 18-20
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Back to the Future: A Response to Robert Orsi

pp. 20-22
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Troubling Presence

pp. 22-25
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A Response to the Commentary on "Abundant History"

pp. 25-26
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American "Exceptionalism": Addenda to Alonzo Hamby's Essay

pp. 27-28
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Epidemics, Pandemics, and the Doomsday Scenario

pp. 29-31
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Epidemic Smallpox in India

pp. 31-33
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Why Did it Happen?: Religious Explanations of the "Spanish" Flu Epidemic in South Africa

pp. 34-36
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Religion and Epidemic Disease

pp. 36-37
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Histories of Historiography: A Review Essay

pp. 38-40
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The Soiling of Old Glory: An Interview with Louis Masur

pp. 41-42
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Discovering the Dharma: Buddhism in America

pp. 43-45
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Sporting Male Weeklies in 19th-Century New York: An Interview with Patricia Cline Cohen, Timothy J. Gilfoyle, and Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz

pp. 46-49
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Letters

pp. 50-51
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