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Global History Review Vol.8

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Histories for a Less National Age

Kenneth Pomeranz

3-31

The stories of Ekasrnga/Rsyasrnga in and beyond India: Texts, Images and Cultural Exchanges

Chen Ming

32-83

Exotics and Their Cultural Appropriation in Late Ming Gentry Life: Evidences from superfluous Things

Liu Yonghua

84-101

Old Saying and Opinions: Ming-Qing China in World History

Wu Yanmin

102-136

Review the Globalization of Sea-port Health Inspection from the Hongkong Plague

Du Lihong

137-155

How do Historical Meaning Transform? A Case of Streets relating to “Taku(Dagu) Battle of 1900” in Birtain

Wang Qiongying

156-172

Hellenistic Economics: A World-wide Economy?

Cui Lina

173-183

Challenge and Opportunity: Digital History and Historical Research

Wang Tao

184-201

Reviews

The Silk Road in the Chinese Memory

Ge Chengyong

205-230

“New Cultural History Turn” in the Historiography of Early Modern Catholicism: An Assessment of The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation

Fu Liang

231-240

The Knowledge Production of “Baroque Orientalism”: Review of Dew’s Orientalism in Louis XIV’s France

Shi Fang

241-250

 

 

 

 

Book Reviews

Review of Global and Transnational History: The Past, Present, and Future by Akira Iriye

Xing Chengji

253-262

Gender in History: Global perspectives by Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks

Ma Shuo

263-269

Myths of the Archaic State: Evolution of the Earliest Cities, States, and Civilizations by Norman Yoffee

Ouyang Xiaoli

270-275

The MuslimEmpire of Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals by Stephen F. Dale

Mao Jiapeng

276-280

The Return of the Gift: European History of a Global Idea by Harry Liebersohn

Chang Ruie

281-287

Networks in the First Global Age: 1400-1800, by RilaMukherjee

Sun Zhonghua

288-291

Review of Global Crisis: War, Climate Change and Catastrophe in the Seventeenth Century by Geoffrey Parker

Fu Liang

293-298

Review of The Age of Revolution in Global Context,c. 1760-1840 by David Armitage and Sanjay Subrahmanyam

Xue Bingqing

299-305

Review of The French Revolution in Global Perspective by Suzanne Desan, Lynn Hunt and William Max Nelson

Yang Guang

306-313

Review of Foundations of Modern International Thought by David Armitage

Sun Gongzhe

314-318

Review of America on the World Stage: A Global Approach to U. S. History by Gary Reichard and Ted Dickson

Yu Zhan

319-324

Review of The British Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective by Robert Allen

Fang Lin

325-329

Review of Lin Shu, Inc. : Translation and the Makingof Modern Chinese Culture by Michael Gibbs Hill

Luo Zhiguo

330-334

Review of In Light of Macau: Alternative Perspectives on Modern China by Cheng Meibao

Guan Shilin

335-339

Review of The Bible and the Gun: Christianity in SouthChina, 1860-1900 by Joseph Tse-Hei Lee

Wen Haibo

340-346

Scholarly Information

An Introduction to Inner Asia

Yuan Jian

349-351

A Summary of the Symposium on “Empire in Global History”

Xiao Qi

352-355