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Interactions: Regional Studies, Global Processes, and Historical Analysis

February 28 through March 3, 2001
Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

Compiled by Debbie Ann Doyle. Format by Chris Hale.

Conference Organizers

Introduction, Abstracts, and Bios

MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE, IDEAS, AND GOODS

The Role of Central Asians in the Spread of World Religions c. 200 BCE-1000 CE
Richard Foltz, University of Florida

Freemasonry, Colonialism, and Indigenous Elites: Fraternalism in Asia and the Pacific During the Nineteenth Century
Frank Karpiel, Ramapo College

Migration and Family Structure: Theses on the Global History of Families
Patrick Manning, Northeastern University

NETWORKS AND CONNECTIONS BEYOND THE NATION STATE

Governing Globalization: Labour Economic Paradigms at the International Labour Organization, 1919-1998
Oliver Liang, International Labour Office

A "Trade Diaspora" Redefined: State Building, National Interest, and Colonial Settlement in Early Modern Trading Groups
Ina Baghdiantz McCabe, Tufts University

State Formation in Ancient Northeast Africa and Indian Ocean Trade
Stanley M. Burstein, University of California at Los Angeles

Regions and Interaction Networks: A World-Systems Perspective
Christopher Chase-Dunn and Andrew Jorgenson, University of California at Riverside

An Economic Middle Ground?: Anglo/African Interaction, Cooperation and Competition at Cape Coast Castle in the late Eighteenth Century Atlantic World
Ty M. Reese, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Power Cuisines, Dietary Determinism, and Nutritional Crises
Rachel Laudan, Independent Scholar

RECONFIGURATIONS OF "AREA" AND "STATE:" IMPLICATIONS AND INTERACTIONS

Great Qing and its Southern Neighbors, 1770-1820: Secular Trends and Recovery from Crisis
John E. Wills, Jr., University of Southern California

Crossing the Sahara: The Failure of an Early Modern Attempt to Unify Islamic Africa
Stephen Cory, University of California at Santa Barbara

Going Beyond Nation and the "East-West" Divide
Palmira Brummett, University of Tennessee
Lydia Pulsipher, University of Tennessee

Analyzing the Phenomenon of Borderlands from Comparative and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
John Mears, Southern Methodist University

The 1970s in World History: Economic Crisis as Institutional Transition
Lauren Benton, New Jersey Institute of Technology


Copyright Statement

Copyright: 2001 by the American Historical Association. Compiled by Debbie Ann Doyle. Format by Chris Hale.

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