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New Directions in Military History: A Roundtable Discussion on US Military Influence and Infrastructure at Home and Abroad
Rethinking the State in Ancien Régime France, Then and Now
The Fight for Global Equality
Understanding Sacrifice: A Lens for Studying World War II through Art, Science, Literature, and History
O'Hara, M. D.
Beyond the Convent School: New Perspectives on Education for Girls in Colonial and 19th-Century Mexico and Guatemala
Transnational Christianity and Ethnic Identity: The International Missionary Council Encounters Indigenous Christians in Central America, China, and Africa
O'Malley, G. E.
New Perspectives on the Intra-American Slave Trading Routes
Plenary Session: New Perspectives on Histories of the Slave Trade
Trans-imperial Habsburg Dynamics in the Long 18th Century
O'Shaughnessy, A. J.
How Working with Teachers Impacted My Work: Historians Reflect on the Value of Education Outreach
Negotiating Catholicism and Anti-Catholicism in the 19th-Century United States
Andean Studies Committee Meeting: The Andes and the Pacific World
Oberle, E. W.
The Identity Concept and Its Futures Past. A Roundtable on Gerald Izenberg's
Identity: The Necessity of a Modern Idea
Ochoa, M. R.
The Cacicas of Colonial Latin America
Mexican Studies Committee Meeting: H
ow Atlantic/Pacific Is Ethnohistory?
Nations of the Commonwealth: State Formation and Ethnic Identity in Early Modern Poland-Lithuania
Moral Limits: Inequality in Ethics in the Atlantic Human Sciences, 20th Century
Offner, A. C.
Race, Risk, and Capitalism in the 20th-Century United States
Offutt, L. S.
New Perspectives on the Ethnohistory of the Spanish Borderlands
Strategies and Ideas from the Frontlines
The Fight for Global Equality
Olisa Iweze, D.
Global Abolition: Britain, Africa, and America, 1780s–1840s
High vs. Low: A Roundtable Discussion of High Modernism and Low Modernism in the History of Agrarian Development
National and Ethnic Identity Construction in Transatlantic Context
Teaching Conservatism in the Age of Trump
Orozco, C. E.
Women’s Agency and Activism of Women Historians in Texas History
Ortiz Luquis, J. A.
Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Paradiplomacy: The International Venturing of Subnational Governments in the Caribbean with Focus on Puerto Rico’s Experience
What It Means to Be a Citizen: Student Veterans in History Classrooms
Reconceptualizing the African Experience with the Socialist Bloc
Records and Revolutions: The Music Industry as an Agent of Change
Dismantling Boundaries: Women’s Historians and the Transformation of History
Otero-Cleves, A. M.
Public Health and Education in the Andes and Caribbean
The Early Modern Iberian Empires in Global Perspective
Otheguy, R. A.
: Cuban Educational Systems in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Ottaway, S. R.
History from below in 3D: Digital Approaches to the History of Carceral Institutions
Overtoom, N. L.
Reconsidering the World of the Ancient Greeks and Romans
Placing the American Community: Lessons from the Digital Harrisburg Project
Owens, D. C.
New Perspectives on Female Bondage: Reproduction, Medicine, and the Archives of Slavery in the Atlantic World
Owensby, B. P.
Kinship, Ethnicity, and the Law in the Iberian World
Oyen, M. L.
After War: Recognizing, Representing, and Remembering Veterans in American Society, 1945–2016