Bibliographic update July 2016: All


William J. Seymour and the Origins of Global Pentecostalism: A Biography and Documentary History. By Gastón Espinosa. Duke University Press. 2014. xxii + 416pp. £17.99.
Hans Krabbendam, vol. 100 (343): 788-790
Whistle Stop: How 31,000 Miles of Train Travel, 352 Speeches and a Little Midwest Gumption Saved the Presidency of Harry Truman. By Philip White. University Press of New England. ForeEdge. 2014. 314pp. $29.95/£22.00.
Mark Shanahan, vol. 100 (343): 790-792
Name, Rank and Serial Number: Exploiting Korean War POWs At Home and Abroad. By Charles S. Young. Oxford University Press. 2014. xi + 241pp. £23.99/$35.00.
John Morello, vol. 100 (343): 792-793
Failing Our Veterans: The G.I. Bill and the Vietnam Generation. By Mark Boulton. New York University Press. 2014. xii + 273pp. $49.00/£34.00.
Patrick Hagopian, vol. 100 (343): 794-795
Return from the Natives: How Margaret Mead Won the Second World War and Lost the Cold War. By Peter Mandler. Yale University Press. 2013. xv + 366pp. £30.00.
Daniel Geary, vol. 100 (343): 796-797
The United States, Italy and the Origins of the Cold War: Waging Political Warfare, 1945–1950. By Kaeten Mistry. Cambridge University Press. 2014. xiii + 296pp. £65.00/$99.00
Wilson D. Miscamble, vol. 100 (343): 797-798
The Nixon Tapes 1971–1972. By Douglas Brinkley and Luke Nichter. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2014. xxiii + 784pp. $35.00.
Nigel Bowes, vol. 100 (343): 799-800
The Vanguard of the Atlantic World: Creating Modernity, Nation, and Democracy in Nineteenth-Century Latin America. By James E. Sanders. Duke University Press. 2014. xi + 339pp. £25.95.
Rachael L. Pasierowska, vol. 100 (343): 800-802
Mestizo Genomics: Race Mixture, Nation, and Science in Latin America. Edited by Peter Wade, Carlos López Beltrán, Eduardo Restrepo and Ricardo Ventura Santos. Duke University Press. 2014. xii + 304pp. $25.95.
Victoria Carroll, vol. 100 (343): 802-803

History and Technology

The enemy underground: geostrategic intelligence and the war in Algeria
vol. 32 (1): 33-69
The myth of the first African-American electrical engineer: Arthur U. Craig and the importance of teaching in technological history
vol. 32 (1): 70-90
Editor’s note
vol. 32 (1): 1-1
The history of silver refining in New Spain, 16c to 18c: back to the basics
vol. 32 (1): 2-32
Facilitating exchanges: photography as a link between dentistry and surgery in the First World War
vol. 32 (1): 91-103
Translation as techné: female sexuality and the science of social progress in colonial India
vol. 31 (4): 350-375
Technology in the South Asian imaginary
vol. 31 (4): 341-349
The road from serfdom: economic storytelling and narratives of India in the rise of neoliberalism
vol. 31 (4): 397-419
Science, geography, and nation: the global creation of Thumba
vol. 31 (4): 420-451
The Aakash tablet and technological imaginaries of mass education in contemporary India
vol. 31 (4): 452-481
Editorial Board
vol. 31 (4): 0-0
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