Gutenberg-e Books

AHA Staff, November 2004

Published online at www.gutenberg-e.org

  • Gregory S. Brown, A Field of Honor: Writers, Court Culture, and Public Theater in French Literary Life from Racine to the Revolution 
  • Kenneth W. Estes, A European Anabasis: Western European Volunteers in the German Army and SS, 1940–1945 
  • Ignacio Gallup-Diaz, The Door of the Seas and Key to the Universe: Indian Politics and the Imperial Rivalry in the Darién, 1640–1750 
  • Mary Halavais, Like Wheat to the Miller: Community, Convivencia, and the Construction of Morisco Identity in Sixteenth-Century Aragon 
  • Wayne Hanley, The Genesis of Napoleonic Propaganda, 1796 to 1799 
  • Anne Hardgrove, Community and Public: The Marwaris of Calcutta, c. 1897-1997
  • Jacqueline Holler, Escogidas Plantas: Nuns and Beatas in Mexico City, 1531–1601 
  •  Michael Katten, Colonial Lists/Indian Power: Identity Politics in Nineteenth Century Telugu-Speaking India
  • Daniel Kowalsky, Stalin and the Spanish Civil War 
  • Sanders Marble, “The Infantry cannot do with a gun less”: The Place of the Artillery in the BEF, 1914–1918
  • Christopher O’ Sullivan, Sumner Welles, Postwar Planning, and the Quest for a New World Order, 1937–1943 

Forthcoming

  • Heidi Gengenbach, “Where Women Make History: Pots, Stories, Tattoos, and Other Gendered Accounts of Community and Change in Magude District, Mozambique, c. 1800 to the Present” 
  • Helena Pohlandt-McCormick “’I Saw a Nightmare . . .’—Doing Violence to Memory: The Soweto Uprising, June 16, 1976” 
  • Sarah Lowengard, “Color Practices, Color Theories, and the Creation of Color in Objects: Britain and France in the
    Eighteenth Century” 
  • William F. MacLehose, “’A Tender Age’: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth
    Centuries” 
  • Tonio Andrade, “Commerce, Culture, and Conflict: Taiwan under European Rule, 1623–1662” 
  • Kenneth Steuer, “Pursuit of an ‘Unparalleled Opportunity’: The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy among the Central Power Nations during World War I, 1914–1923” 
  • John Rodgers Haddad, “The American Marco Polo: Excursions to a Virtual China in U.S. Popular Culture, 1784–1912” 
  • Willeen Keough, “The Slender Thread: Irish Women on the Southern Avalon, 1750–1860” 
  • Joshua Greenberg, “Advocating ‘The Man’: Masculinity, Organized Labor and the Market Revolution in New York, 1800–1840” 
  • Tim Hodgdon, “Manhood and the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83” 
  • Daniella J. Kostroun, “Undermining Obedience in Absolutist France: The Case of the Port Royal Nuns, 1609–1709” 
  • Erika Lauren Lindgren, “Environment and Spirituality of German Dominican Women, 1230–1370” 
  • Jeri L. McIntosh, “Sovereign Princesses: Mary and Elizabeth Tudor as Heads of Princely Households and the Accomplishment of the Female Succession, 1516–1553” 
  • Ann Elizabeth Pfau, “Miss Yourlovin: Women in the Culture of American World War II Soldiers”
  • Margaret Poulos, “Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity” 
  • Kirsten S. Rambo, “’Trivial Complaints:’ The Role of Privacy in Domestic Violence Law and Activism in the U. S.” 
  • Maria Rentetzi, “Gender, Politics, and Radioactivity Research in Vienna, 1910–1938”