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Global History Review Vol.9

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Articles

On sea and Ocean History’s Turning Global

Xia Jiguo

3-18

Mediterranean History as Global History

David Abulafia

19-30

The Mediterranean and “the New Thalassology”

Peregrine Horden and Nicholas Purcell

31-56

Mediterranean Studies and the Remaking of Pre-modern Europe

John A. Marino

57-83

The Wine and Beer Culture in Ancient Mediterranean

Jin Shoufu

85-137

Networks and the Emergence of Greek Identity

Iran Malkin

138-161

The Mediterranean around 800: On the Brink of the Second Trade Cycle

Chris Wickham

162-179

The Festival Celebrations in Cairo in 10th to 12th Centuries

He Meilan

181-199

An Research on the Symbolic Mechanism between Spanish Jews and Christians from the 11th to 13 th Century

Wang Jiujiu

200-227

 

 

 

Review Articles

The Geniza Documents and Studies on Mediterranean History

Li Dawei & Yin Lianjie

231-260

The Study of Mediterranean History from the Perspective of MicroecologyReview of The Corrupting Sea: A Study of Mediterranean History

Chen Siwei

261-274

Promoting Global History Research: Memorandum of the 3 rd Global History Forum, Capital Normal University

Liu Wenming & Xia Jiguo

275-288

 

 

 

 

Book Reviews

Review of A Companion to Mediterranean History by Peregrine Horden, Sharon Kinoshita

Wu Yitian

291-296

Mediterranean Identities in the Premodern Era: Entrepot?s, Islands, Empires by John Watkins, Kathryn L, Reyerson

Wu Haiyan

297-302

Medieval Amalfi and its Diaspora, 800-1250 by Patrica Skinner

Zhang Jie

303-308

Mendicants and Merchants in the Medieval Mediterranean by Taryn E. L. Chubb, Emily Kelly

Ma Guanglu

309-314

Modernity and the Arab Mediterranean: Toward a New Philology and a Counter-Orientalism by Karla Mallette

Mao Jiapeng

315-321

Sea of Silk: A Textile Geography of Women’s Work in Medieval French Literature by E. Jane Burns

Zhang Jie

322-327

The Crusades, Christianity, and Islam by Jonathan Riley-Smith

Wu Haiyan

328-333

A Faithful Sea : The Religious Cultures of the Mediterranean, 1200-1700 by Adnan Husain and Katherine Elizabeth Fleming

Wang Jiujiu

334-339

Purity Lost: Transgressing Boundaries in the Eastern Mediterranean, 1000-1400 by Steven A. Epstein

Liu Xu

340-345

Framing the Early Middle Ages: Europe and the Mediterranean, 400-800 by Chris Wickham

Ma Guanglu

346-351

Rethinking the Mediterranean by W.V. Harris

Li Yongbin

352-357

Housing the Stranger in theMediterranean World: Lodging, Trade, and Travel in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages by Olivia Remie Constable

Liu Xu

358-362

Origins of the European Economy: Communications and Commerce A. D. 300-900 by Michael McCormick

Wang Han

363-368

Geography,Technology, and War: Studies in the Maritime History of Mediterranean, 649-1571 by John Pryor

Cao Zikun

369-373

 

 

 

 

 

Scholarly Information

A Introduction to The Center for Mediterranean Civilization Project, TAU

Wu Yitian & Liu Xu

377-379

A Introduction to Society for the Medieval Mediterranean

Liu Xu

380-382

A Introduction to The Mediterranean Seminar

Wu Yitian

383-386

“The 3rd Global History Forum and symposium Celebrating the 10 th Anniversary for the Founding of Global History Center”, CNU” in Summay

Zhang Jie

387-394