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  Volume 6, Number 2, November/December 2004

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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The Long European Reformation: A Proposal for a New Interpretive Model

pp. 2-4

The Masque of Command: Bad Generals and their Impact

pp. 5-6

Beyond Blacks, Bondage, and Blame: Why a Multi-centric World History Needs Africa

pp. 7-11

The Way of Africa, "The Way I Am," and the Hermeneutic Circle

pp. 12-14

Africa in World History and Historiography

pp. 14-15

Comment on Miller

pp. 16-17

Finding Africa in World History

pp. 17-19

The Borders of African and World History

pp. 20-21

What are World Histories?

pp. 22-23

Another World

pp. 24-25

Africa in a Multi-Centric World History: Beyond Witches and Warlords

pp. 26-27

Multi-Centrism in History: How and Why Perspectives Matter

pp. 27-30

The Colonial Colleges: Forging an American Political Culture

pp. 31-34

The Great Meadow: Sustainable Husbandry in Colonial Concord

pp. 34-37

Comparison and History

pp. 38-40

Member Achievements and Announcements

pp. 41-42

Recent Member Publications

pp. 42-43

Research Areas


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