Publications and creative works by faculty in the Department of History, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, are collected here.


Submissions from 2023

Breaking Point : The Ironic Evolution of Psychiatry in World War II, Rebecca Schwartz Greene (2023)

Submissions from 2022

The Nature of Endangerment in India : Tigers, 'Tribes', Extermination and Conservation, 1818-2020, Ezra Rashkow (2022)

All for Liberty : The Charleston Workhouse Slave Rebellion of 1849, Jeff Strickland (2022)

Submissions from 2021


The Making of the American Creative Class : New York's Culture Workers and Twentieth-Century Consumer Capitalism, Shannan Clark (2021)

Islands in the Lake : Environment and Ethnohistory in Xochimilco, New Spain, Richard M. Conway (2021)

A Notable Bully : Colonel Billy Wilson, Masculinity, and the Pursuit of Violence in the Civil War Era, Robert E. Cray (2021)

Submissions from 2020

Roger II of Sicily : Family, Faith, and Empire in the Medieval Mediterranean World, Dawn Marie Hayes (2020)


Brazil's Revolution in Commerce : Creating Consumer Capitalism in the American Century, James P. Woodard (2020)

Submissions from 2019


The American Freedmen’s Inquiry Commission, 19th-Century Racial Pseudoscience, and the False Assessment of Black America, 1863–1864, Jeff Strickland (2019)

Submissions from 2018


The Most Valiant in Defense of His Country: Andrew Jackson's Bequest and the Politics of Courage, 1819–1857, Robert E. Cray (2018)

Blacks of the Land : Indian Slavery, Settler Society, and the Portuguese Colonial Enterprise in South America, John M. Monteiro, James Woodard, and Barbara Weinstein (2018)

Memory, Identity and the Colonial Encounter in India : Essays in Honour of Peter Robb, Ezra Rashkow, Sanjukta Ghosh, and Upal Chakrabarti (2018)

Submissions from 2017


Dispossessing Memory: Adivasi Oral Histories from the Margins of Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, Central India, Ezra Rashkow (2017)

Submissions from 2016

Modern Iran : A History in Documents, Negin Nabavi (2016)

Submissions from 2015


Resistance to Hunting in Pre-independence India: Religious environmentalism, ecological nationalism or cultural conservation?, Ezra Rashkow (2015)

Unequal Freedoms : Ethnicity, Race, and White Supremacy in Civil War-Era Charleston, Jeff Strickland (2015)

Submissions from 2014


Cosmopolitanism:Why Nineteenth Century Gold Coast Thinkers Matter in the Twenty-First Century, Esperanza Brizuela-Garcia (2014)

Lovewell's Fight : War, Death, and Memory in Borderland New England, Robert E. Cray (2014)


Idealizing Inhabited Wilderness: A Revision to the History of Indigenous Peoples and National Parks, Ezra Rashkow (2014)


Making subaltern shikaris: histories of the hunted in colonial central India, Ezra Rashkow (2014)


Perfumed the axe that laid it low: The endangerment of sandalwood in southern India, Ezra Rashkow (2014)


"Teaching the History of Slavery in the United States with Interviews: Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938", Jeff Strickland (2014)


Pages from a yellow press : print culture, public life and political genealogies in modern Brazil, James Woodard (2014)

Submissions from 2013


French Connections: The Significance of the Fleurs-de-Lis in the Mosaic of King Roger II of Sicily in the Church of Santa Maria dell’Ammiraglio, Palermo, Dawn Marie Hayes (2013)


Jain Endangerment Discourse, Ezra Rashkow (2013)

Submissions from 2012

African Histories : New Sources and New Techniques for Studying African Pasts, Esperanza Brizuela-Garcia and Trevor R. Getz (2012)

Iran : From Theocracy to the Green Movement, Negin Nabavi (2012)

Essays on World War I, Peter Pastor and Graydon A. Tunstall (2012)


Consumer Culture, Market Empire, and the Global South, James Woodard (2012)


Workers, Owners, and Lawyers in Brazil’s Labor Justice System. A Review of Larissa Rosa Corrêa’s A tessitura dos direitos: Patrões e empregados na Justiça do Trabalho, 1953-1964 (São Paulo: LTR, 2011.), James Woodard (2012)

Submissions from 2011


Literacy and the Decolonization of Africa's Intellectual History, Esperanza Brizuela-Garcia (2011)

Larry Doby : The Story of the American League's First Black Player, Joseph Thomas Moore (2011)


Leituras Críticas sobre Boris Fausto (review), James Woodard (2011)


The Consumption of (Over?) Consumption: Diplomatic Developmentalisms, Market Developmentalism, and the Making of Brazil's ‘American Century’, James Woodard (2011)

The Vietnam War Debate : Hans J. Morgenthau and the Attempt to Halt the Drift into Disaster, Louis B. Zimmer (2011)

Submissions from 2009

A Place in Politics : São Paulo, Brazil, from Seigneurial Republicanism to Regionalist Revolt, James Woodard (2009)

Submissions from 2008


"How the Germans Became White Southerners: German Immigrants and African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina, 1860-1880", Jeff Strickland (2008)

Submissions from 2007


Lingua/Lenga'/Language: 'The Language Question' in the Life and Work of an Italian American Woman, Nancy Carnavale (2007)

Submissions from 2006


The History of Africanization and the Africanization of History, Esperanza Brizuela-Garcia (2006)

Submissions from 2005


Remembering the USS Chesapeake: The Politics of Maritime Death and Impressment, Robert E. Cray (2005)


History, Sociology and the Political Conflicts of the 1920s in São Paulo, Brazil, James Woodard (2005)

Submissions from 2004


The rise of the golden city: Los Angeles in the twentieth century, Leslie Wilson (2004)