Volume 5, Number 6, July/August 2004

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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From Psychohistory to New Global History: A Conversation with Bruce Mazlish

pp. 2-7
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Global History—Challenges and Constraints

pp. 7-9
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Globalization and World History

pp. 9-12
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Can Jonathan Edwards (and His Heirs) be Integrated into the American History Narrative?

pp. 13-15
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Comment on Marsden

pp. 16-17
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Completion or Revision?

pp. 17-18
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Response to McClay and Kuklick

pp. 19-20
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Science and the Occult: Where the Twain Meet

pp. 21-23
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History's Past and Present

pp. 24-26
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On the Relations of History and Geography

pp. 27-29
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History over the Water

pp. 30-31
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Little Things Mean a Lot: The History of Things, or Histories of Everything

pp. 31-33
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War Minus the Shooting

pp. 33-39
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Mentors: A Personal Note

pp. 39-40
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Political Scientists to the Rescue of Diplomatic and Military History

pp. 40-41
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