Volume 7, Number 2, November/December 2005

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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"Counterfactual" Is Wrong

pp. 2-3
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Native Americans and the History of History

pp. 4-5
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Assessing the Relations Between Science and Religion

pp. 6-8
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Response to William Shea

pp. 9-11
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Comments on William Shea

pp. 11-14
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Rejoinder to Numbers and Larson

pp. 14-16
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Collective Memory, History Education, and Historical Consciousness

pp. 17-19
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The British Soldier Then and Now: An Interview with Richard Holmes

pp. 20-24
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Is the European Union Really in Crisis?

pp. 24-26
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History Over the Water

pp. 27-28
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The Impact of Quantum Theory on Causal Understanding

pp. 28-31
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What Lies About, There and Then: Phenomenologies for History

pp. 32-34
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Post-Soviet Peter: New Histories of the Late Muscovite and Early Imperial Russian Court

pp. 35-39
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An Interview with Philip L. Fradkin on Natural Disasters and the Great Quake of 1906

pp. 40-43
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The Historical Society's 2006 Conference: Globalization, Empire, and Imperialism in Historical Perspective June 1-4, 2006, Chapel Hill, NC

pp. 44-48
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