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This issue contains 26 articles in total

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  1. Book Received
  2. Index to Volume 28, 2017
  3. Rethinking World War Two: The Conflict and its Legacy by Jeremy Black (review)
  4. The Burdens of Empire: 1539 to the Present by Anthony Pagden (review)
  5. Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450–1650 by Carlos M. N. Eire (review)
  6. A Most Improbable Journey: A Big History of Our Planet and Ourselves by Walter Alvarez, and: The Little Book of Big History: The Story of Life, the Universe and Everything by Ian Crofton and Jeremy Black (review)
  7. Network of Knowledge: Western Science and the Tokugawa Information Revolution by Terrence Jackson (review)
  8. Alva Ixtlilxochitl's Native Archive and the Circulation of Knowledge in Colonial Mexico by Amber Brian, and: Forbidden Passages: Muslims and Moriscos in Colonial Spanish America by Karoline P. Cook (review)
  9. Your Country, My Country: A Unified History of the United States and Canada by Robert Bothwell, and: Entangling Migration History: Borderlands and Transnationalism in the United States and Canada eds. by Benjamin Bryce and Alexander Freund (review)
  10. Ruling Minds: Psychology in the British Empire by Erik Linstrum, and: Hunting Africa: British Sport, African Knowledge and the Nature of Empire by Angela Thompsell, and: Beyond the State: The Colonial Medical Service in British Africa ed. by Anna Greenwood (review)
  11. Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century Spain by Nancy Van Deusen (review)
  12. Audible Empire: Music, Global Politics, Critique eds. by Ronald Radano and Tejumola Olaniyan, and: Music and International History in the Twentieth Century ed. by Jessica C. E. Gienow-Hecht (review)
  13. Globalisation des Mondes de l'Éducation: Circulations, Connexions, Réfractions, XIXe–XXe Siècles eds. by Joëlle Droux and Rita Hofstetter (review)
  14. Allies in Memory: World War II and the Politics of Transatlantic Commemoration, c. 1941–2001 by Sam Edwards, and: The Cambridge History of the Second World War, Volume III: Total War: Economy, Society and Culture eds. by Michael Geyer and Adam Tooze, and: The Oxford Illustrated History of World War II ed. by Richard Overy (review)
  15. American History Unbound: Asians and Pacific Islanders by Gary Y. Okihiro, and: Domination and Resistance: The United States and the Marshall Islands during the Cold War by Martha Smith-Norris (review)
  16. Students, Sex, and Threatened Solidarity: East African Bodies and Indian Angst, 1955–1970*
  17. Haunted by Defeat: Imperial Sexualities, Prostitution, and the Emergence of Postwar Japan
  18. Migration, Masculinity, and Mastering the Queue: A Case of Chinese Scalping
  19. Too Many Cooks Spoil the Soup: Conflicting British Nutrition Education Policy Approaches and African Responses
  20. Industrious Women and Lost Traditions: Gender, Imperial Exchange, and Handicrafts Education in British Malaya and the American Philippines, 1900–1940
  21. Imperial Detritus and the Project of Modernity: Sexuality, Honor, and Power in the Bedroom and the Courtroom in El Salvador, 1910–1960
  22. Japanese American Migration and the Making of Model Women for Japanese Expansion in Brazil and Manchuria, 1871-1945
  23. Sex and the Colonial City: Mapping Masculinity, Whiteness, and Desire in French Occupied Hanoi
  24. Scandal in Fin-de-Siècle Beirut: Gender, Morality, and Imperial Prestige between France and Lebanon
  25. Domesticating Labor: An Illicit Slave Trade to The British Straits Settlements, 1811–1845
  26. Gender and Empire: Intimacies, Bodies, Detritus
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