December 2023 cover of the American Historical Review

Current Issue: Vol. 128, No. 4, December 2023

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"“As [Healthy] Women Should”: Enslaved Women, Medical Experts, and “Hidden” Menstrual Disorders in Late Medieval Mediterranean Slave Markets"

"Endemic Goiter and El Salvador’s Battle Against Cretinismo"

"Seeing Black America in Iran"

"Breaking the Bonds of Segregation: Civil Rights Politics and the History of Modern Finance"

"Political Biography and the Agency of Audience"

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S2 E4 History and Video Games + Digital Submission Guidelines

Historian Tore Olsson discusses designing a history course around the popular video game Red Dead Redemption 2. And Kalani Craig introduces the AHR’s new guidelines for Digital Media Submissions.

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