Desert DreamsLaura K. Muñoz
Desert Dreams: Mexican Arizona and the Politics of Educational Equality
University of Pennsylvania Press; December 2023

The Collapse of Nationalist ChinaParks M. Coble
The Collapse of Nationalist China: How Chiang Kai-shek Lost China’s Civil War
Cambridge University Press; March 2023

Reign and Life of Elizabeth ICarole Levin (Professor Emerita)
The Reign and Life of Queen Elizabeth I: Politics, Culture, and Society
Palgrave Macmillan; September 2022

Social Justice at Apartheid’s DawnDawne Yvette Curry
Social Justice at Apartheid’s Dawn: African Women Intellectuals and the Quest to Save the Nation
Palgrave Macmillan; April 2022

The Horrors of AdanaBedross Der Matossian
The Horrors of Adana: Revolution and Violence in the Early Twentieth Century
Stanford University Press; March 2022

After One Hundred WintersMargaret D. Jacobs
After One Hundred Winters: In Search of Reconciliation on America’s Stolen Lands
Princeton University Press; October 2021

Zouxiang “zuihou guantou”Parks M. Coble (柯博文)
Zouxiang “zuihou guantou”: Riben qinlue xia de Zhongguo (1931-1937). Translated by Ma Junya. Second edition. Hangzhou: Zhejiang renmin chuban she, 2021. Authorized Chinese edition of Facing Japan: Chinese Politics and Japanese Imperialism, 1931-1937.
( 走向“最后关头”: 日本侵略下的中国(1931—1937) )

A Question of FreedomWilliam G. Thomas III
A Question of Freedom: The Families Who Challenged Slavery from the Nation’s Founding to the Civil War
Yale University Press; November 2020

Just Like UsThomas Borstelmann
Just Like Us: The American Struggle to Understand Foreigners
Columbia University Press; May 2020

Army in CrisisAlexander Vazansky
An Army in Crisis: Social Conflict and the U.S. Army in Germany, 1968–1975
University of Nebraska Press; October 2019

Echo of Its TimeJohn R. Wunder (Professor Emeritus) with Mark R. Scherer
Echo of Its Time: The History of the Federal District Court of Nebraska, 1867-1933
University of Nebraska Press; February 2019

Debating the SacramentsAmy Nelson Burnett
Debating the Sacraments: Print and Authority in the Early Reformation
Oxford University Press; January 2019

Gold Mountain Turned to DustJohn R. Wunder (Professor Emeritus)
Gold Mountain Turned to Dust: Essays on the Legal History of the Chinese in the Nineteenth-Century American West
University of New Mexico Press; September 2018

HelmholtzDavid Cahan
Helmholtz: A Life in Science
The University of Chicago Press; September 2018

Woodrow Wilson and American InternationalismLloyd E. Ambrosius (Professor Emeritus)
Woodrow Wilson and American Internationalism
Cambridge University Press; July 2017

Humanitarians at WarGerald Steinacher
Humanitarians at War: The Red Cross in the Shadow of the Holocaust
Oxford University Press; May 2017

The Most Noble of PeopleJessica A. Coope
The Most Noble of People: Religious, Ethnic, and Gender Identity in Muslim Spain
University of Michigan Press; April 2017

Down on Mahans CreekBenjamin G. Rader (Professor Emeritus)
Down on Mahans Creek: A History of an Ozarks Neighborhood
University of Arkansas Press; February 2017

Parçalanan Devrim DüşleriBedross Der Matossian
Parçalanan Devrim Düşleri: Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’nun Son Döneminde Hürriyetten Şiddete
İletişim Yayincilik; December 2016 (Turkish translation of Shattered Dreams of Revolution: From Liberty to Violence in the Late Ottoman Empire [2014])

From Hometown to Battlefield in the Civil War EraTimothy R. Mahoney
From Hometown to Battlefield in the Civil War Era: Middle Class Life in Midwest America
Cambridge University Press; May 2016

Legal Codes and Talking TreesKatrina Jagodinsky
Legal Codes and Talking Trees: Indigenous Women’s Sovereignty in the Sonoran and Puget Sound Borderlands, 1854-1946
Yale University Press; April 2016

Created EqualThomas Borstelmann (with Jacqueline Jones, Peter H. Wood, Elaine Tyler May, and Vicki L. Ruiz)
Created Equal: A History of the United States (Combined Volume, Fifth Edition)
Pearson; January 2016

Zbiegli naziściGerald Steinacher
Zbiegli naziści. Jak hitlerowscy zbrodniarze uciekli przed sprawiedliwością
Czarne; November 2015 (Polish translation of Nazis on the Run: How Hitler’s Henchmen Fled Justice [2011])

The 1970sTim Borstelmann (托马斯•鲍斯泰尔曼)
商务印书馆 [Commercial Press]; May 2015 (Chinese translation of The 1970s: A New Global History from Civil Rights to Economic Inequality [2011])

China’s War ReportersParks Coble
China’s War Reporters: The Legacy of Resistance against Japan
Harvard University Press; March 2015

Les nazis en fuiteGerald Steinacher
Les nazis en fuite: Croix-Rouge, Vatican, CIA [The Fleeing Nazis: Red Cross, Vatican, CIA]
Perrin; February 2015

Corrupting Luxury in Ancient Greek LiteratureVanessa B. Gorman (with Robert J. Gorman)
Corrupting Luxury in Ancient Greek Literature
University of Michigan Press; November 2014

Shattered Dreams of RevolutionBedross Der Matossian
Shattered Dreams of Revolution: From Liberty to Violence in the Late Ottoman Empire
Stanford University Press; October 2014

A Generation RemovedMargaret D. Jacobs
A Generation Removed: The Fostering and Adoption of Indigenous Children in the Postwar World
University of Nebraska Press; September 2014

Earth PoliticsWaskar Ari
Earth Politics: Religion, Decolonization, and Bolivia’s Indigenous Intellectuals
Duke University Press; February 2014

The Heart and Stomach of a KingCarole Levin
The Heart and Stomach of a King: Elizabeth I and the Politics of Sex and Power(Second Edition)
University of Pennsylvania Press; December 2013

Articles, Chapters, and Edited Volumes

The Armenian Social Democrat Hnchakian PartyBedross Der Matossian (editor)
“Introduction: The Social Democrat Hnchakian Party in the Course of History”
The Armenian Social Democrat Hnchakian Party: Politics, Ideology and Transnational History (I.B. Tauris; November 2023)

Revue D’Histoire de la Shoah, n° 218Gerald Steinacher
“Le pape contre Nuremberg. Les procès des crimes de guerre nazis, le Vatican et la question de la après la guerre” (“The Pope against Nuremberg: The Nazi War Crimes Trials, the Vatican, and the Postwar Question”)
Revue D’Histoire de la Shoah, n° 218: Le Vatican, l’Église catholique et la Shoah. Renouveau Historiographique autour des archives Pie XII (Shoah History Review, no. 218: The Vatican, the Catholic Church, and the Shoah: Historiographical Renewal around the Pius XII Archives) (Mémorial de la Shoah; October 2023)

Genocide Studies International, Volume 15 No. 1Bedross Der Matossian
“Impunity, Lack of Humanitarian Intervention, and International Apathy: The Blockade of the Lachin Corridor in Historical Perspective”
Genocide Studies International, Volume 15 No. 1, Spring 2021: Nagorno-Karabakh and the Lachin Corridor Crisis (University of Toronto Press; August 2023)

Research Handbook on the Sociology of GlobalizationGerald J. Steinacher
“The rise of racism and antisemitism in the age of globalization”
Research Handbook on the Sociology of Globalization (Edward Elgar Publishing; July 2023)

International Journal of Armenian Genocide StudiesBedross Der Matossian
“Representing the 1909 Adana Massacres in Armeno-Turkish: Garabed Artinian and the Case for a Historical Reading”
International Journal of Armenian Genocide Studies (Vol. 8, No. 1, May 2023)

The Cambridge World History of Genocide, Volume IIBedross Der Matossian
“The Ottoman Massacres of Armenians, 1894-1896 and 1909”
The Cambridge World History of Genocide: Volume II: Genocide in the Indigenous, Early Modern and Imperial Worlds, from c. 1535 to World War One (Cambridge University Press; May 2023)

Denial of Genocides in the Twenty-First CenturyBedross Der Matossian (editor)
“Introduction: Genocide Denial in the Twenty-First Century”
Gerald J. Steinacher
“Denying the Shoah: Distorting History in the Twenty-First Century”
Denial of Genocides in the Twenty-First Century (University of Nebraska Press; May 2023)

Digital Humanities WorkshopsJeannette Eileen Jones, Sarita B. Garcia (M.A. alumna), Tony Frazier, and Claire Jiménez
“Creating More Inclusive Spaces for African American Studies and Ethnic Studies in Digital Humanities Workshops”
Digital Humanities Workshops: Lessons Learned (Routledge; February 2023)

American Historical Review Vol.127 Iss.4Jeannette Eileen Jones, et. al.
“The 1619 Project Forum”
American Historical Review (Oxford University Press; Volume 127, Issue 4, December 2022)

Technocratic VisionsJames A. Garza (co-edited with J. Justin Castro)
“Engineering the Porifirian Landscape: Technology and Social Change in the Basin of Mexico, 1890-1911”
Technocratic Visions: Engineers, Technology, and Society in Mexico (University of Pittsburgh Press; September 2022)

Living and Working in Wartime ChinaParks M. Coble
“Preserving the Value of Fabi during Nationalist China’s Currency War with Japan”
Living and Working in Wartime China (University of Hawai‘i Press; July 2022)

The Cambridge History of America and the WorldJeannette Eileen Jones
“‘To Enter America from Africa and Africa from America’ during the Nineteenth Century”
The Cambridge History of America and the World: Volume II: 1820-1900 (Cambridge University Press; January 2022)

Antisemitism on the RiseGerald J. Steinacher (co-edited with Ari Kohen), with an article by graduate student Timothy Turnquist
“Introduction” (with Ari Kohen); “‘Semites’ on Display: David Gordon Lyon and the Jewish Other at Harvard University, 1889–1926” (by Timothy Turnquist, Ph.D. student)
Antisemitism on the Rise: The 1930s and Today (University of Nebraska Press; October 2021)

TransNarrativesAngela Groening Bolen
“Measure of a (Wo)man: Female-to-Male Transformation in Early Christian and Medieval Narrative Traditions”
TransNarratives: Scholarly and Creative Works on Transgender Experience (Canadian Scholars; August 2021)

Race and Transnationalism in the AmericasWaskar Ari-Chachaki
“Intersections, Barriers, and Borders in Gregorio Titiriku’s Republic of Qullasuyu”
Race and Transnationalism in the Americas (University of Pittsburgh Press; May 2021)

After NazismGerald J. Steinacher
“The Limits of Integration: Nazi Officials and Their New Political Careers after 1945 in West Germany and Austria”
After Nazism: Relaunching Careers in Germany and Austria (German Yearbook of Contemporary History; 2021, Volume 5)

German and United States ColonialismJeannette Eileen Jones
“How the Südwest Was Won: Transnational Currents of American Agriculture and Land Colonization in German Southwest Africa”
German and United States Colonialism in a Connected World (Palgrave Macmillan; January 2021)

History in a Post-Truth WorldGerald J. Steinacher
“The Oldest Post-Truth?: The Rise of Antisemitism in America and Beyond”
History in a Post-Truth World: Theory and Praxis (Routledge; October 2020)

First Republic of ArmeniaBedross Der Matossian (editor)
First Republic of Armenia (1918-1920) on its Centenary: Politics, Gender, and Diplomacy (The Press at California State University Fresno; January 2020)

Understanding & Teaching Civil RightsPatrick D. Jones
“Place Matters: The Indispensable Story of Civil Rights Activism beyond Dixie”
Understanding and Teaching the Civil Rights Movement (University of Wisconsin Press; November 2019)

AMSJJeannette Eileen Jones (guest editor, with Kalenda Eaton and Michael Johnson)
American Studies with American Studies International: New Directions in Black Western Studies (University of Kansas Press; Volume 58, Number 3, October 2019)

Agbu InsiderBedross Der Matossian (interviewee)
“The Historian’s Edge: Fluency and Proximity—Prof. Bedross Der Matossian’s keys to the front door of history”
AGBU Insider (Volume 11, August 2019)

Remembering QueensCarole Levin
“Boudicca and Elizabeth Rally Their Troops: ‘Two Queens Both Alike in Dignity’”
Remembering Queens and Kings of Early Modern England and France: Reputation, Reinterpretation, and Reincarnation (Palgrave; August 2019)

Literary CulturesCarole Levin
“‘How fair, how beautiful and great a prince’: Royal Children in the Tudor Chronicles”
Literary Cultures and Medieval and Early Modern Childhoods (Palgrave; July 2019)

Writing SwitzerlandGerald J. Steinacher
“Als der gute Samariter die Schweiz retten sollte: Das Rote Kreuz im Dienst der geistigen Landesverteidigung”
Writing Switzerland: Culture, History, and Politics in the Work of Peter von Matt (Peter Lang; June 2019)

Names and NamingAmy Nelson Burnett
“Picards, Karlstadtians, and Oecolampadians: (Re)Naming the Early Eucharistic Controversy”
Names and Naming in Early Modern Germany (Berghahn; June 2019)

Unlikely HeroesGerald J. Steinacher (co-edited with Ari Kohen)
“Introduction” (with Ari Kohen) and “The University in Exile and the Garden of Eden: Alvin Johnson and His Rescue Efforts for European Jews and Intellectuals” (with Brian Barmettler)
Unlikely Heroes: The Place of Holocaust Rescuers in Research and Teaching (University of Nebraska Press; May 2019)

International Journal of Middle East StudiesBedross Der Matossian
“From Genocide to Postgenocide: Survival, Gender, and Politics”
International Journal of Middle East Studies (Volume 51, Issue 1, February 2019)

Western Armenian in the 21st CenturyBedross Der Matossian (volume co-editor with Barlow Der Mugrdechian)
Western Armenian in the 21st Century: Challenges and New Approaches (The Press at California State University, Fresno; January 2019)

Convivencia and Medieval SpainJessica Coope
“Were Women Part of Convivencia?”
Convivencia and Medieval Spain: Essays in Honor of Thomas F. Glick (Springer; November 2018)

Routledge Handbook on JerusalemBedross Der Matossian
“The Armenians of Jerusalem in the modern period: The rise and decline of a community”
Routledge Handbook on Jerusalem (Routledge; November 2018)

Hemispheric IndigeneitiesWaskar T. Ari-Chachaki
“Against Coloniality: Andrés Jach̉aqullu’s Indigenous Movement in the Era of the Bolivian National Revolution of 1952”
Hemispheric Indigeneities: Native Identity and Agency in Mesoamerica, the Andes, and Canada (University of Nebraska Press; November 2018)

New Frontiers in the Study of the Global African DiasporaDawne Y. Curry
“Through the Doors of Return: Paul Robeson and Miriam Makeba’s ‘Migration’ to Africa”
New Frontiers in the Study of the Global African Diaspora: Between Uncharted Themes and Alternative Representations (Michigan State University Press; 2018)

AHR 123.4Dawne Y. Curry
“LILIESLEAF, Johannesburg, South Africa. The Liliesleaf Trust. Opened 2008.”
The American Historical Review (Volume 123, Issue 4, October 2018)

Vielstimmige ReformationAmy Nelson Burnett
“Die Domestizierung der Reformation in Basel (1529-1548)”
Vielstimmige Reformation in den Jahren 1530-1548 (Kohlhammer; 2018)

History ScotlandCarole Levin
“A Mother & Her Son”
History Scotland – Mary Queen of Scots (Warners Group Publications; 2018)

Beyond the Borders of the LawKatrina Jagodinsky (edited with Pablo Mitchell)
“Introduction: Into the Void, or the Musings and Confessions of a Redheaded Stepchild Lost in Western Legal History and Found in the Legal Borderlands of the North American West”
Beyond the Borders of the Law: Critical Legal Histories of the North American West (University Press of Kansas; September 2018)

Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare's QueensCarole Levin (series editor)
“‘I Trust I May Not Trust Thee’: Queens and Royal Women’s Visions of the World in King John
The Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare’s Queens (Palgrave; August 2018)

John R. Wunder (Professor Emeritus)
“Mari Sandoz and Her 1956 Fifty-Year Predictions”
Studies in Midwestern History (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2018 – online)

South African Historical JournalDawne Y. Curry
“Modern South Africa in World History: Beyond Imperialism”
South African Historical Journal (Volume 70, Issue 3, 2018)

Journal of American StudiesJeannette Eileen Jones
“‘The Negro’s Peculiar Work’: Jim Crow and Black Discourses on US Empire, Race, and the African Question, 1877-1900”
Journal of American Studies (Volume 52, Issue 2, May 2018)

Creating the Premodern in the Postmodern ClassroomCarole Levin (edited with Anna Riehl Bertolet)
“Introduction” with Anna Riehl Bertolet and “From the Trial of Charles I to Comic Scenes of Hamlet: Using Creative Projects in Small Classes and Large Ones”
Creating the Premodern in the Postmodern Classroom: Creativity in Early English Literature and History Courses (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies [ACMRS]; May 2018)

Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story (Hebrew)Bedross Der Matossian
Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story: A Personal Account of the Armenian Genocide, by Henry Morgenthau (Hebrew translation, Pardes Publishing; April 2018)

The End of 1942Gerald Steinacher
“The Red Cross and the Holocaust: The Year 1942 as a Turning Point for Humanitarians?”
The End of 1942: A Turning Point in World War II and in the Comprehension of the Final Solution? (Yad Vashem Publications; April 2018)

Creating the Premodern in the Postmodern ClassroomCarole Levin
“How Sweet It Is: From the Mountains of Mexico to the Streets of York”
The Torch Magazine (Vol. 91, No. 3, 2018)

The Ghetto in Global HistoryDawne Y. Curry
“‘What is it that We Call the Nation’: Cecilia Lillian Tshabalala’s definition, diagnosis, and prognosis of the nation in a segregated South Africa”
Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies (Volume 19, Issue 1, 2018)

The Ghetto in Global HistoryDawne Y. Curry
“‘Their world was a ghetto’: Space, power, and identity in Alexandra, South Africa’s squatters’ movement, 1946-1947”
The Ghetto in Global History: 1500 to the Present (Routledge; November 2017)

埠际往来与互动视野下的上海金融Parks Coble (柯博文)
「上海金融与对外贸易:资本主义体系的没落(1941—1949)」 [“Finance and Global Trade in Shanghai: The End of the Capitalist System (1941-1949)]
〈埠际往来与互动视野下的上海金融〉 [Shanghai Finance From the Perspective of the Interaction between Treaty Ports](复旦大学出版社 [Fudan University Press]; September 2017)

Colonization, Piracy, and Trade in Early Modern EuropeCarole Levin (with Cassandra Auble)(series editor)
“‘I would not have given it for a wilderness of monkeys’: Turquoise, Queenship, and the Exotic”
Colonization, Piracy, and Trade in Early Modern Europe: The Roles of Powerful Women and Queens (Queenship and Power series) (Palgrave; August 2017)

Nazi Perpetrators in the Post-War PeriodGerald Steinacher
“Österreich und die Flucht von NS-Tätern nach Übersee” [“Austria and the Escape of Nazi Perpetrators Overseas”]
KZ-Gedenkstätte Mauthausen/Mauthausen Memorial: NS-Täterinnen und -Täter in der Nachkriegszeit [Nazi Perpetrators in the Post-War Period] (2017)

Soldiers in the Southwest Borderlands, 1848-1886Victoria Smith
“Mickey Free”
Soldiers in the Southwest Borderlands, 1848-1886 (University of Oklahoma Press; April 2017)

The Waffen-SSGerald Steinacher (with Immo Rebitschek, Mats Deland, Sabina Ferhadbegović, and Frank Seberechts)
“Prosecution and trajectories after 1945”
The Waffen-SS: A European History (Oxford University Press; February 2017)

Sources and Methods in Indigenous StudiesMargaret D. Jacobs
“Plotting colonization and recentering Indigenous actors: Approaches to and sources for studying the history of Indigenous education”
Sources and Methods in Indigenous Studies (Routledge; December 2016)

Civil War HistoryWilliam G. Thomas III (with Kaci Nash and Robert Shepard)
“Places of Exchange: An Analysis of Human and Materiél Flows in Civil War Alexandria, Virginia”
Civil War History (Vol. 62, No. 4, December 2016)

A Biographical Encyclopedia of Early Modern EnglishwomenCarole Levin (edited with Anna Riehl Bertolet and Jo Eldridge Carney), with entries by current and former students
“Mary Baynton,” “Elizabeth Evans [“Canberry Bess”],” “Mary Ryder Lake,” “Ann Lake Cecil Rodney, Lady Ros,” “Anne Waters,” “Cordell Annesley Harvey,” “Anne Kirkall Burnell,” Phillipa Brooke Calverly Burton,” “Frances Brydges Smith Cecil, Countess of Exeter,” “Mary Kitson Darcy,” “Penelope Darcy Trenchard Gage Hervey,” “Elizabeth Cornwallis Kitson,” “Ethelreda Malte Harington,” “Katherine Parr Borough Neville Seymour,” “Elizabeth Tudor, Elizabeth I, Queen of England,” “Elizabeth Macheson Coverdale,” and “Winefrid Wigmore”
A Biographical Encyclopedia of Early Modern Englishwomen: Exemplary Lives and Memorable Acts, 1500-1650 (Routledge; November 2016)

Shanghai’s Financial Industry under the Vision of National Salvation and RejuvenationParks Coble (柯博文)
「柯博文战金融体系的维持: 保护法币的挑战」 [“Maintaining the financial system in wartime China: The challenge of preserving the fabi”]
〈民族救亡与复兴视野下的上海金融业 。复旦大学中国金融史研究中心〉 [Shanghai’s Financial Industry under the Vision of National Salvation and Rejuvenation. Fudan University China Financial History Research Center] (复旦大学出版社 [Fudan University Press]; October 2016)

History, Fiction, and The TudorsCarole Levin (with Estelle Paranque)(series editor)
“The Significance of the King’s Children in The Tudors”
History, Fiction, and The Tudors: Sex, Politics, Power, and Artistic License in the Showtime Television Series (Queenship and Power series) (September 2016)

The Birth of a QueenCarole Levin (series editor)
“Pregnancy, False Pregnancy, and Questionable Heirs: Mary I and Her Echoes”
The Birth of a Queen: Essays on the Quincentenary of Mary I (Queenship and Power series) (August 2016)

A Companion to the Swiss ReformationAmy Nelson Burnett (volume co-editor, with Emidio Campi)
“Introduction” with Emidio Campi and “The Reformation in Basel”
A Companion to the Swiss Reformation (Brill; July 2016)

The Capitalist Dilemma in China’s Communist RevolutionParks M. Coble
“Zhou Zuomin and the Jincheng Bank”
The Capitalist Dilemma in China’s Communist Revolution (Cornell University Press; July 2016)

Ermeni ve Rum Kültür Varlıklarıyla KayseriBedross Der Matossian
“19. Yüzyılda Osmanlı Ermeni Kenti Kesaria/Kayseri” [“The Ottoman Armenian City of Kayseri in the 19th Century”]
Ermeni ve Rum Kültür Varlıklarıyla Kayseri / Kayseri with its Armenian and Greek Cultural Heritage (February 2016)

The Western Historical QuarterlyKatrina Jagodinsky
“A Tale of Two Sisters: Family Histories from the Strait Salish Borderlands”
The Western Historical Quarterly (Volume 47, Issue 1, Spring 2016)

Diplomatic HistoryTim Borstelmann
“Inside Every Foreigner: How Americans Understand Others: Presidential address to the annual meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Arlington, Virginia, June 26, 2015”
Diplomatic History (Volume 40, Issue 1, January 2016)

A New Companion to Digital HumanitiesWilliam G. Thomas
“The Promise of the Digital Humanities and the Contested Nature of Digital Scholarship”
A New Companion to Digital Humanities (Wiley; January 2016)

Journal of Levantine StudiesBedross Der Matossian
“Explaining the Unexplainable: Recent Trends in the Armenian Genocide Historiography”
Journal of Levantine Studies (Vol. 5, No. 2, Winter 2015)

PRAKSİSBedross Der Matossian
“Yüzüncü Yıl Arifesinde Ermeni Soykırımı’nın Tarihyazımı: Süreklilikten Olusallığa” [“The Armenian Genocide Historiography on the Eve of the Centennial: From Continuity to Contingency”]
PRAKSİS: Dört Aylık Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi (Sayi 39, 2015/3 [Volume 39, Fall 2015])

New Perspectives on TurkeyBedross Der Matossian
“Contending trends in the Armenian historiography of the Late Ottoman Empire: inclusion vs. exclusion”
New Perspectives on Turkey (No. 53, Fall 2015)

Scholars and Poets Talk About QueensCarole Levin (volume and series editor)
“Introduction: Talking about Scholar and Poets Talk about Queens,” “The Heart and Stomach of a Queen,” and “Queen Margaret in Shakespeare and Chronicles: She-Wolf or Heroic Spirit”
Scholars and Poets Talk About Queens (Queenship and Power series) (August 2015)

What was Politics in 68?Alexander Vazansky (with Marco Abel)
“Introduction: what was Politics in ‘1968’ in West Germany?”
What was Politics in 68? A Special Issue on the West German Sixties (The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture) (Volume 7, Issue 2, 2014)

Why You Can’t Teach United States History without American IndiansMargaret D. Jacobs (with Mikal Brotnov Eckstrom)
“Teaching American History as Settler Colonialism”
Why You Can’t Teach United States History without American Indians (The University of North Carolina Press; April 2015)

The Soong Family and the Development of Modern ChinaParks Coble (柯博文)
「末子文与抗战时期的上资本家, 1937-1945」 [“T.V. Soong and the Shanghai capitalists during the war of resistance, 1937-1945”]
〈宋氏家族与近代中国的变迁〉 [The Soong Family and the Development of Modern China] (东方出版中心有限公司[Oriental Publishing Center Ltd.]; 2015)

Civil War WashingtonKenneth J. Winkle
“Emancipation in the District of Columbia” and “Mining the Compensated Emancipation Petitions”
Civil War Washington: History, Place, and Digital Scholarship (University of Nebraska Press; April 2015)

A Nazi PastGerald Steinacher
“‘A Man with a Wide Horizon’: The Postwar Professional Journey of SS Officer Karl Nicolussi-Leck”
A Nazi Past: Recasting German Identity in Postwar Europe (University Press of Kentucky; April 2015)

A Centennial Celebration of Albert CamusJames D. Le Sueur
“Albert Camus and the Anticolonials: Why Camus Would Not Play the Zero Sum Game”
Special Issue: A Centennial Celebration of Albert Camus (South Central Review: The Journal of the South Central Modern Language Association) (Volume 31, Number 3, Fall 2014)

Politics, Gender, and BeliefAmy Nelson Burnett
Editor (with Kathleen M. Comerford and Karin Maag)
Politics, Gender, and Belief: The Long-Term Impact of the Reformation : Essays in Memory of Robert Kingdon (Droz; November 2014)

Colonial Genocide in Indigenous North AmericaMargaret D. Jacobs
“The Habit of Elimination: Indigenous Child Removal in Settler Colonial Nations in the Twentieth Century”
Colonial Genocide in Indigenous North America (Duke University Press; October 2014)

A Lincoln DialogueWilliam G. Thomas
Editor and author of foreword
A Lincoln Dialogue (by James A. Rawley) (University of Nebraska-Press; July 2014)

Winning While LosingThomas Borstelmann
“Conclusion: More Equal and Less Equal Since the 1970s”
Winning While Losing: Civil Rights, the Conservative Movement, and the Presidency from Nixon to Obama (University Press of Florida; January 2014)

America in the WorldThomas (“Tim”) Borstelmann
“A Worldly Tale: Global Influences on the Historiography of U.S. Foreign Relations”
America in the World: The Historiography of American Foreign Relations since 1941 (Second Edition) (Cambridge University Press; December 2013)

Escape from New YorkJeannette Eileen Jones
“‘Brightest Africa’ in the New Negro Imagination”
Escape from New York: The New Negro Renaissance beyond Harlem (University of Minnesota Press; October 2013)

GIs in GermanyAlexander Vazansky
“‘Army in Anguish’: The U.S. Army, Europe, in the Early 1970s”
GIs in Germany: The Social, Economic, Cultural, and Political History of the American Military Presence (Cambridge University Press; October 2013)[Reprint October 2015]

Germany and the Black DiasporaJeannette Eileen Jones
“‘On the Brain of the Negro’: Race, Abolitionism, and Friedrich Tiedemann’s Scientific Discourse on the African Diaspora”
Germany and the Black Diaspora: Points of Contact, 1250-1914 (Berghahn Books; July 2013)

The Name of a QueenCarole Levin (with Charles Beem)(series editor)
Itinerarium ad Windsor and English Queenship”
The Name of a Queen: William Fleetwood’s Itinerarium ad Windsor (Queenship and Power series) (April 2013)

Armenian Kesaria/Kayseri and CappadociaBedross Der Matossian
“The City of Kesaria/Kayseri in the Nineteenth Century”
Armenian Kesaria/Kayseri and Cappadocia (Mazda Publishers; January 2013)

Frontier CitiesTimothy R. Mahoney
“Locating the Frontier City in Time and Space: Documenting a Passing Phenomenon”
Frontier Cities: Encounters at the Crossroads of Empire (University of Pennsylvania Press; December 2012)