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  Volume 8, Number 3, January/February 2007

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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Narrative, Periodization, and the Study of History

pp. 2-4

Reaffirming the Enlightenment

pp. 5-7

Isaiah Berlin: A Postscript

pp. 10-11

War Made New: An Interview with Max Boot

pp. 12-14

Religious History in the Post-Ahlstrom Era

pp. 15-16

Why Elvis?

pp. 17-19

Archibald MacLeish Rediscovered: The Poetry of U.S. Foreign Policy

pp. 20-22

The Extraordinary Ordinariness of Ibn Khaldun: The Great Medieval Islamic Historian in Context

pp. 22-24

Figures in the Carpet: A Sampling

pp. 25-28

The Two Life Cycles of Artistic Creativity

pp. 28-30

False Policeman, Real Crooks, and Fictional Detectives in Paris during the Occupation

pp. 31-32

In Tocqueville's Footsteps Once Again

pp. 33-34

Conservative Ascendancy and the 1970s

pp. 35-37

Bridges: Teaching Digital World History

pp. 37-38

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