March 2024 cover of the American Historical Review

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"Migrating Concepts: The Transatlantic Origins of the Bracero Program, 1919–42"

"The “Evil Spectators?”: Opium and Empire’s Stakeholders in Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia"

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"Conversations with the Dead"

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S2 E7 Indigenous Art and History + Conversations with the Dead

Producer Matt Hermane speaks with historian Brenda Child about the March 2024 History Lab feature on Contemporary Indigenous Art and History, part of AHR’s ongoing series on “Art and Historical Method.” Then we revisit now past AHA president Edward Muir’s presidential address—titled “Conversations with the Dead”—at this year’s AHA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

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