1. Saladin and the Problem of the Counter-Crusade in the Middle Ages
  2. Jay Rubenstein
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  1. Reward, Punishment, and Accountability in 13th-century Diocesan Administration—and What the Modern University Can Tell Us
  2. Michael Burger
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  1. Pride in Popular History: The Case for Holding the Course
  2. Zachery A. Fry
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  1. The Artist and the Warrior: An Interview with Theodore K. Rabb
  2. Donald A. Yerxa
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  1. Prejudice Against Popular History: The Costs and Benefits of Holding the Course
  2. Mark Grimsley
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  1. Popular History and Myth-Making: The Role and Responsibility of First World War Historians in the Centenary Commemorations, 2014-2018
  2. Catriona Pennell
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  1. New Atheism's Old—and Flawed—History
  2. Borden Painter
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  1. Diplomatic History, World History, and the Great Scramble
  2. Anthony D'Agostino
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  1. The Rise of Global Powers: An Interview with Anthony D'Agostino
  2. Donald A. Yerxa
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  1. Local History Journals and Their Contributions: Where Would We Be Without Them?
  2. Sandra Roff
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  1. A Moral Man: Eugene Genovese, 1930-2012
  2. David Moltke-Hansen
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