Author Index: Z
Women and Religious Liberty in Early America
Migration, Identity, and Cultural Transfer in East-Central Europe
Assessing the Relationship between the National and the Global in East-Central Europe
Zaidi, N. Z.
Recollections of the Classical Age of Islam and Empire
Reorienting Global History: The Middle East and the World in the 20th Century
Chronologies and Frameworks of Change in Modern Islamic Traditions
Zaman, T. R.
The Postcolonized Historian and the Global South: Reflections on South Asia and Latin America
The Global Plains: Latina/os in the Past and Future of the American Great Plains
Indigenous Collectives and the Generation and Regeneration of Native History in Colonial Latin America
Economies on the Edges of Empire: China and Inner Asia from the 18th to 20th Centuries
Late-Breaking Plenary: Constitutional Separation of Powers: Why the Past Matters
The Lettered City's Workshop: Print Politics in 19th-Century Latin America
Cold War Practices: Politics and Culture in the Anglo-American “Special Relationship”
Remapping the Political and Cultural Landscape of (Early) Modern Asia
Leadership and Localities: Chinese Transnational Radicalism and Revolution in the Republican Period
Zimmer, K. W.
: Film, History, and Memory at the US-Mexico Border
Writing a Book from Beyond the Professoriate
The Professor in Polarized Times: Challenges of Free Speech and Inclusion on Campus and in the Classroom
Zimmerman, J. D.
Catholic Poles, Polish Jews: A Complexity of Responses to Persecution and Terror under the German Occupation during World War II
Zimring, C. A.
The Environmental History of New York City
“What Will You Do with a History Education?” Careers in Public Policy
America’s National Libraries: Hubs for Collaboration and Research
Nuclear Legacies: Transnational Memory and Politics in the Long Cold War