History Initiates - Vol.II No. 2, October 2014

History Initiates - Vol.II No. 2, October 2014

Vol. 2, No. 2, October 2014

Hsu-Ming Teo and Matt Bailey 
Editorial, p. 1.
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Alana Bowler (MHIS305 America and Europe from Colonization to Coca-Colonization: 1492 to the present)
The necessity of cooperation during the colonization of Louisiana, 
pp. 2-12.
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Amar Maini (MHPG848 An Introduction to Modern Historiography)
Indian secular historiography: "A judicious selection of historical truths", pp. 13-27.
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Craig Beaston (MHIS321 Twentieth Century Europe)
The private search for the public meaning of the Great War in Britain, France and Germany, 
pp. 28-36.
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Deborah Brownlow (MHPG849 Australian Historiography)
How has a feminist revision of the legend changed historiographic constructions of gender?, pp. 37-46.
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Fiona Sharman (MHPG914 Weimar and Nazi Germany)
How has the historical representation of women in Nazi Germany changed since 1933?, pp. 47-57.
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Greer Gamble (MHIS 305 American and Europe from colonization to coca-colonization)
Strangers in a Strange Land: Jewish Immigrants in America, 1836-1914, pp. 58-67.
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Sean Lynch (MHIS321 Twentieth Century Europe)
The Khrushchev Thaw and its effect on Soviet domestic and foreign policy during the 1950s and 1960s, pp. 68-78.
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