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  Volume 5, Number 1, September 2003

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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President's Corner

p. 2
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The Riddle of "The Great Divergence": Intellectual and Economic Factors in the Growth of the West

pp. 2-6
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Correction

p. 3
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Managerialism: Its History and Dangers

pp. 6-8
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The Silk Road: Part II

pp. 9-13
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Honor, Hatred, and America's Middle East

pp. 13-14
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Rethinking Local History: An Interview with Joseph A. Amato

pp. 15-18
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An Interview with Joseph A. Amato

pp. 18-20
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The World War II Generation of Historians

pp. 20-22
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Christopher Dawson and the Demise of Christendom

pp. 23-25
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Christopher Dawson and the Challenge of Metahistory

pp. 25-28
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Preliminary 2004 THS Conference Schedule: June 3-6, 2004 at the Spruce Point Inn near Boothbay Harbor, Maine "Reflections on the Current State of Historical Inquiry"

pp. 29-33
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A New Repertoire for Historians?

pp. 34-35
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"Scientific" History?

pp. 35-36
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Predictions and Analytical History

pp. 37-39
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The Threads of Revolution: Central Europe's Moment

pp. 40-42
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Europe, 1550-1800: A Revisionist Introduction

pp. 42-44
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Odysseys to Planetary History

pp. 44-47
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From those Wonderful People Who Killed Socrates

p. 48
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Letters

pp. 49-50
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Recent Publications

pp. 51-54
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Achievements and Announcements

pp. 55-56
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The Historical Society Book/Article/Dissertation Prizes: Prize winners will be announced at the Historical Society's national meeting in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, June 3-6, 2004

p. 59
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Research Areas

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