Comparative and thematic Essaying the past: how to read, write, and think about history / Jim Cullen. –[2 edn] [also available as an e-book] Using film as a source / Sian Barber Controversial history education in Asian contexts / edited by Mark Baildon, Loh Kah Seng, Ivy Maria Lim, Gül Inanç, and Junaidah Jaffar– China and Tibet Japanese Taiwan: colonial rule and its contested legacy / edited by Andrew D.
General and thematic Echoes of empire: memory, identity and the legacy of imperialism / Kalypso S. Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe & Gabrielle Maas The rise of the West: a history of the human community: with a retrospective essay / by William H. McNeill; drawings by Béla Petheö. Europe and the Islamic world: a history / John Tolan, Gilles Veinstein, and Henry Laurens translated by Jane Marie Todd with a foreword by
e-books The rise of fiscal states: a global history, 1500-1914 / edited by Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla, Patrick K. O’Brien ; with Franciso Comín Comín. [e-book from Dawsonera] Akbar / André Wink [e-book fro Dawsonera] The Crusades: a very short introduction / Christopher Tyerman [e-book from ebrary] Western imperialism in the Middle East 1914-1958 / D.K. Fieldhouse. [e-book from ebrary] Books Empire, global coloniality and African subjectivity / Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni. Homer’s Turk: how classics
If you are not already in New York attending the Homonationalism and Pinkwashing Conference, you may be interested to know that the organisers, The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies are streaming the various sessions and keynote speeches. These will also be podcast later. As well as the obvious relevance to those of you studying gender and sexuality, this conference has significant content relating to the SOAS regions and its other subjects, notably