Volume 8, Number 4, March/April 2007

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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Creation Myths

pp. 2-5
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Jamestown Redivivus: An Interview with James Horn

pp. 6-8
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Richard Hakluyt's Problem

pp. 8-10
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George Kennan The Historian

pp. 11-14
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Empire and Order

pp. 15-18
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Does Empire Matter?

pp. 18-20
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Analog of Empire: Reflections on U.S. Ascendancy

pp. 20-22
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What They Think of Us

pp. 22-24
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Empire and US: Power or Values?

pp. 25-27
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Empires and Nation-States

p. 28
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The Perils and Pleasures of Going "Popular"; or My Life as a Loser

pp. 29-31
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Coming to Terms with Simón Bolívar

pp. 31-32
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Anthropology, History, and Clifford Geertz

pp. 33-34
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Geertz among the Historians

p. 34
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Counting Clifford Geertz's Influence

p. 35
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On Clifford Geertz

p. 38
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Clifford Geertz's Clarion Call

p. 39
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Geertz's Influence on Intellectual Historians

p. 40
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The Historian as VIP

pp. 41-43
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Letters

pp. 44-45
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