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June Issue of the American Historical Review Online Now

AHA Staff | Jul 3, 2007

The June issue of the American Historical Review contains two articles and an AHR Forum. One article offers an argument for an expansive understanding of the history of sensibilities, while the other takes us to Berlin, circa 1800, for an analysis of the impact of public clocks on emerging notions of time discipline. The Forum provides three perspectives on the Atlantic world in the 18th and early 19th century, focusing on imperial presence of Britain, Spain, and France.


AHR Forum: Entangled Empires in the Atlantic World

Also, a large part of the issue is devoted to an extensive book review section, including four featured reviews. Read it all in the June issue of the AHR.

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