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  Volume 12, Number 3, June 2011

Table of Contents


Jihad-cum-Zionism-Leninism: Overthrowing the World, German-Style

pp. 2-5

Is “Right Turn” the Wrong Frame for American History after the 1960s?

pp. 6-8

The Politics of Religion in Modern America: A Review Essay

pp. 8-9

Military History at the Operational Level: An Interview with Robert M. Citino

pp. 10-12

The Birth of Classical Europe: An Interview with Simon Price and Peter Thonemann

pp. 13-14

Historical Thinking at the K-12 Level in the 21st Century: A Roundtable

The Historian as Translator: Historical Thinking, the Rosetta Stone of History Education

pp. 15-17

Making Historical Thinking a Natural Act

pp. 17-19

Considering the “Hidden” Challenges of Teaching and Learning World History

pp. 20-22

“The Music Is Nothing If the Audience Is Deaf”: Moving Historical Thinking into the Wider World

pp. 22-24


Galileo Then and Now: A Review Essay

pp. 25-27


Tocqueville in America: An Interview with Leo Damrosch

pp. 28-29

God and the Atlantic: An Interview with Thomas Albert Howard

pp. 30-31

Ruptures in History

pp. 32-33

The Army and Politics in Ancient Egypt

pp. 35-36

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