Author Index: N
Hungarian Fiscal Crises after World War I and World War II
Religion in the Making of a Colonial Public Sphere: South Asia, 1860–1940
Trends in Colonial Latin American Studies: A "Spatial Turn"?
Middle Eastern Modern: Becoming National on an International Stage
Teaching and Teaching Materials Committee: Teaching Abroad
Entanglements and the City: Urban Imaginaries and State Practices in Modern Asia
Nascimento, Á. P.
Beyond the Battlefield: Labor and Military Service in Twentieth-Century Latin America and the Caribbean
: Reconsidering a Christian Spiritual Classic
Nathan, R. C.
Creating Cuban: Reexamining Constructions of Race in the Cuban Imagination
Needell, J. D.
Rethinking the State in Post-independence Brazil
Carolingian Emotions: Image, Rhetoric, and Reality in Ninth-Century Europe
Nelson, E. A.
Rethinking the "Savage" in French Catholicism
The Question of Rationality in History
Nelson, R. K.
In Life and Death: The Sacred Ties of Friendship in the Early United States
Modern Rites: Politics and Antisemitism in Europe, 1880–1918
Racial Silences and Twentieth-Century Transitions: Mexico, Brazil, Bolivia, the Caribbean, and the International Remaking of Race
Politics and Policy in the Post-Civil Rights City
History and Fiction: Creative Intersections
War and the Nation-State in Modern Latin America
The Sacred and the Secular: The Effects of Ecclesiastical Literary Culture on Early Irish Society
Newell, Q. D.
Why Study Religion in the American West?
Newman, B. J.
Medieval Legacies: Female Sanctity in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
On the Fringes of Freedom: Reconsidering Slavery and Forced Servitude in the Greater Caribbean and Mexico
Building China on the Sacred: Nationalism, Feminism, and Maoism in Twentieth-Century China
Debating Muslim(s): South Asia and Muslim Representation of Identity CANCELLED
Regulation and Repression of Drugs and Alcohol: An International Perspective
Teachers as Historians: Creating a Content-Based Teaching American History Program
Popular and Profane: Race, Gender, and Regionalism in
Photography in Latin America: An Art of Oblivion Creating an Aesthetic of the Future
Noble, T. F.
Religious Experiences of Women in the Carolingian World
Challenging the Sacred: Exploring the Nature of Humanity in Film and History
The American Century: Assessing the Crucial Decade, 1965–74
Noll, M. A.
Narratives of Contemporary Christian Expansion
Faithful Narratives: The Challenge of Religion in History
Noorlander, D. L.
Communities without Borders: Missionaries, Ministers, and Merchants in the Early Modern World
Plural and Contested Memories of Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa
North, W. L.
Reimagining Christianity in the Early Middle Ages: Communities and Contexts
Knowing Animals and Insects in the Spanish Atlantic, 1500–1800
Nouwen, M. L.
Creating Urban Order: Crime in Early Twentieth-Century Mexico City and Buenos Aires
French Catholicism and the Crises of the Twentieth Century
The Occult and Court Politics in Russia and Central Europe, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries
Nytroe, S. K.
Becoming "Real" Americans: Returning to the Past in the Progressive Era