John Hines and Nelleke IJssennagger, editors. Frisians and Their North Sea Neighbours: From the Fifth Century to the Viking Age.

John Hines and Nelleke IJssennagger, editors. Frisians and Their North Sea Neighbours: From the... Collected Essays 367 ple”: Urban Slave Housing in the North. CLIFTON ELLIS, Close The Peruvian Revolution and Labor in Chimbote, 1968–1973. Quarters: Master and Slave Space in Eighteenth-Century Annap- MARK RICE, Generals, Hotels, and Hippies: Velasco-Era Tour- olis. GINA HANEY, Understanding Antebellum Charleston’s Back- ism Development and Conflict in Cuzco. STEFANO VARESE, lots through Light, Sound, and Action. KENNETH HAFERTEPE, From Repression to Revolution: Velasquismo in Amazonia, Urban Sites of Slavery in Antebellum Texas. CHARLES H. FAULK- 1968–1975. NER, Slavery in Knoxville, Tennessee: In, but Not Entirely of, the South. LISA TOLBERT, Henry, A Slave, v. State of Tennessee: The Public and Private Space of Slaves in a Small Town. BENJAMIN BRYCE and DAVID M. K. SHEININ, editors. Mak- ing Citizens in Argentina. (Pitt Latin American Series.) Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017. Pp. LON KURASHIGE,editor. Pacific America: Histories of vi, 263. Paper $28.95. Transoceanic Crossings. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017. Pp. x, 275. $68.00. BENJAMIN BRYCE, Citizenship and Ethnicity: Social Welfare and Paternalism in Buenos Aires, 1880–1930. CAROLYNE R. LARSON, JOHN E. WILLS JR., A Very Long Early Modern? Asia and Its “Argentine Man”: Human Evolution and Cultural Citizenship Oceans, 1000–1850. KARIANN AKEMI YOKOTA, Transatlantic and in Argentina, 1911–1940. EDUARDO ELENA, Nation, Race, and Transpacific Connections in Early American History. ELIZA- Latin Americanism in Argentina: The Life and Times of Ma- BETH SINN, The Pacific Ocean as Highway to Gold Mountain: nuel Ugarte, 1900s–1960s. ANDRES HORACIO REGGIANI,Fitness The Hong Kong Connection, 1850–1900. PETER E. HAMILTON. and the National Body: Modernity, Physical Culture, and Gen- Pop Gingle’s Cold War. MADELINE Y. HSU, Chinese and Ameri- der, 1930–1945. RAANAN REIN, Melting the Pot? Peronism, can Collaborations through Educational Exchange during the Jewish-Argentines and the Struggle for Diversity. JORGE A. Era of Exclusion, 1872–1955. YUJIN YAGUCHI, Japanese Rein- NALLIM, Transnational Spaces: Intellectuals, Politics, and the vention of Self through Hawai‘i’s Japanese Americans. PHUONG State in Cold War Argentina, 1950–1963. DAVID M. K. SHEININ, NGUYEN, Fighting the Postwar in Little Saigon. LON KURASHIGE, How Dictatorship Survived Democracy: The Persistence of Transpacific Accommodation and the Defense of Asian Immi- Proceso Law in 1970s and 1980s Argentina. JENNIFER ADAIR, grants. BRIAN MASARU HAYASHI, Kilsoo Haan, American Intelli- Popular Politics, the Catholic Church, and the Making of Ar- gence, and the Anticipated Japanese Invasion of California, gentina’s Transition to Democracy, 1978–1983. JEREMY ADEL- 1931–1943. SUSIE WOO, Transpacific Adoption: The Korean MAN, Argentina in the Cul-de-Sac (Again)? War, US Missionaries, and Cold War Liberalism. AUGUSTO ESPIRITU, Inter-imperial Relations, the Pacific, and Asian American History. EIICHIRO AZUMA, Japanese Immigrant Set- EUROPE: ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL tler Colonialism and the Construction of a US National Securi- ty Regime against the Transborder “Yellow Peril.” CHRISTEN T. JOHN HINES and NELLEKE IJSSENNAGGER, editors. Frisians SASAKI, How the Portuguese Became White: The Racial Politics and Their North Sea Neighbours: From the Fifth Century of Pre-annexation Hawai‘i. G REG DVORAK,Who Closed the to the Viking Age. Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell Press, 2017. Sea? Archipelagoes of Amnesia between the United States and Pp. xx, 279. $120.00. Japan. KEITH L. CAMACHO, Japanese Commemorations of World War II in the Mariana Islands. EGGE KNOL and NELLEKE IJSSENNAGGER, Palaeogeography and People: Historical Frisians in an Archaeological Light. JOHN HINES, The Anglo-Frisian Question. PETER SCHRIJVER, Frisian CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA between the Roman and the Early Medieval Periods: Language Contact, Celts and Romans. MENNO DIJKSTRA and JAN DE KO- CARLOS AGUIRRE and PAULO DRINOT, editors. The Pecu- NING, “All Quiet on the Western Front?” The Western Nether- liar Revolution: Rethinking the Peruvian Experiment under lands and the “North Sea Culture” in the Migration Period. Military Rule. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2017. JOHAN NICOLAY, Power and Identity in the Southern North Sea Area: The Migration and Merovingian Periods. GABY WAXEN- Pp. vi, 353. Cloth $90.00, paper $29.95, e-book $29.95. BERGER, How “English” Is the Early Frisian Runic Corpus? CARLOS AGUIRRE, The Second Liberation? Military Nationalism TheEvidenceofSounds and Forms. ARJEN VERSLOOT and and the Sesquicentennial Commemoration of Peruvian Inde- ELZBIETA ADAMCZYK, The Geography and Dialects of Old pendence, 1821–1971. CHARLES F. WALKER, The General and Saxon: River-Basin Communication Networks and the Distri- His Rebel: Juan Velasco Alvarado and the Reinvention of butional Patterns of North Sea Germanic Features in Old Tu´pac Amaru II. ADRIAN LERNER, Who Drove the Revolution’s Saxon. IRIS AUFDERHAAR, Between Sievern and Gudendorf: Hearse? The Funeral of Juan Velasco Alvarado. PAULO DRI- Enclosed Sites in the North-Western Elbe-Weser Triangle and NOT, Remembering Velasco: Contested Memories of the Revo- Their Significance in Respect of Society, Communication and lutionary Government of the Armed Forces. PATRICIA OLIART, Migration during the Roman Iron Age and Migration Period. Politicizing Education: The 1972 Reform in Peru. JAYMIE PIETERJAN DECKERS, Cultural Convergence in a Maritime Con- PATRICIA HEILMAN, Through Fire and Blood: The Peruvian Peas- text: Language and Material Culture as Parallel Phenomena in ant Confederation and the Velasco Regime. LOURDES HURTADO, the Early-Medieval Southern North Sea Region. TIM PESTELL, Velasco, Nationalist Rhetoric, and Military Culture in Cold The Kingdom of East Anglia, Frisia and Continental Connec- War Peru. GEORGE PHILIP, Velasco and the Military: The Poli- tions, c. AD 600–900. HAN NIJDAM, A Comparison of the Injury tics of Decline, 1973–1975. ANNA CANT, Promoting the Revolu- Tariffs in the Early Kentish and the Frisian Law Codes. CHRIS- tion: SINAMOS in Three Different Regions of Peru. MARK TIANE ZIMMERMANN and HAUKE JONS, Cultural Contacts be- CAREY, Watering the Desert, Feeding the Revolution: Velasco’s tween the Western Baltic, the North Sea Region and Scandina- Influence on Water Law and Agriculture on Peru’s North- via: Attributing Runic Finds to Runic Traditions and Corpora Central Coast (Chavimochic). NATHAN CLARKE, Chimbotazo: of the Early Viking Age. 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Collected Essays 367 ple”: Urban Slave Housing in the North. CLIFTON ELLIS, Close The Peruvian Revolution and Labor in Chimbote, 1968–1973. Quarters: Master and Slave Space in Eighteenth-Century Annap- MARK RICE, Generals, Hotels, and Hippies: Velasco-Era Tour- olis. GINA HANEY, Understanding Antebellum Charleston’s Back- ism Development and Conflict in Cuzco. STEFANO VARESE, lots through Light, Sound, and Action. KENNETH HAFERTEPE, From Repression to Revolution: Velasquismo in Amazonia, Urban Sites of Slavery in Antebellum Texas. CHARLES H. FAULK- 1968–1975. NER, Slavery in Knoxville, Tennessee: In, but Not Entirely of, the South. LISA TOLBERT, Henry, A Slave, v. State of Tennessee: The Public and Private Space of Slaves in a Small Town. BENJAMIN BRYCE and DAVID M. K. SHEININ, editors. Mak- ing Citizens in Argentina. (Pitt Latin American Series.) Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017. Pp. LON KURASHIGE,editor. Pacific America: Histories of vi, 263. Paper $28.95. Transoceanic Crossings. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017. Pp. x, 275. $68.00. BENJAMIN BRYCE, Citizenship and Ethnicity: Social Welfare and Paternalism in Buenos Aires, 1880–1930. CAROLYNE R. LARSON, JOHN E. WILLS JR., A Very Long Early Modern? Asia and Its “Argentine Man”: Human Evolution and Cultural Citizenship Oceans, 1000–1850. KARIANN AKEMI YOKOTA, Transatlantic and in Argentina, 1911–1940. EDUARDO ELENA, Nation, Race, and Transpacific Connections in Early American History. ELIZA- Latin Americanism in Argentina: The Life and Times of Ma- BETH SINN, The Pacific Ocean as Highway to Gold Mountain: nuel Ugarte, 1900s–1960s. ANDRES HORACIO REGGIANI,Fitness The Hong Kong Connection, 1850–1900. PETER E. HAMILTON. and the National Body: Modernity, Physical Culture, and Gen- Pop Gingle’s Cold War. MADELINE Y. HSU, Chinese and Ameri- der, 1930–1945. RAANAN REIN, Melting the Pot? Peronism, can Collaborations through Educational Exchange during the Jewish-Argentines and the Struggle for Diversity. JORGE A. Era of Exclusion, 1872–1955. YUJIN YAGUCHI, Japanese Rein- NALLIM, Transnational Spaces: Intellectuals, Politics, and the vention of Self through Hawai‘i’s Japanese Americans. PHUONG State in Cold War Argentina, 1950–1963. DAVID M. K. SHEININ, NGUYEN, Fighting the Postwar in Little Saigon. LON KURASHIGE, How Dictatorship Survived Democracy: The Persistence of Transpacific Accommodation and the Defense of Asian Immi- Proceso Law in 1970s and 1980s Argentina. JENNIFER ADAIR, grants. BRIAN MASARU HAYASHI, Kilsoo Haan, American Intelli- Popular Politics, the Catholic Church, and the Making of Ar- gence, and the Anticipated Japanese Invasion of California, gentina’s Transition to Democracy, 1978–1983. JEREMY ADEL- 1931–1943. SUSIE WOO, Transpacific Adoption: The Korean MAN, Argentina in the Cul-de-Sac (Again)? War, US Missionaries, and Cold War Liberalism. AUGUSTO ESPIRITU, Inter-imperial Relations, the Pacific, and Asian American History. EIICHIRO AZUMA, Japanese Immigrant Set- EUROPE: ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL tler Colonialism and the Construction of a US National Securi- ty Regime against the Transborder “Yellow Peril.” CHRISTEN T. JOHN HINES and NELLEKE IJSSENNAGGER, editors. Frisians SASAKI, How the Portuguese Became White: The Racial Politics and Their North Sea Neighbours: From the Fifth Century of Pre-annexation Hawai‘i. G REG DVORAK,Who Closed the to the Viking Age. Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell Press, 2017. Sea? Archipelagoes of Amnesia between the United States and Pp. xx, 279. $120.00. Japan. KEITH L. CAMACHO, Japanese Commemorations of World War II in the Mariana Islands. EGGE KNOL and NELLEKE IJSSENNAGGER, Palaeogeography and People: Historical Frisians in an Archaeological Light. JOHN HINES, The Anglo-Frisian Question. PETER SCHRIJVER, Frisian CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA between the Roman and the Early Medieval Periods: Language Contact, Celts and Romans. MENNO DIJKSTRA and JAN DE KO- CARLOS AGUIRRE and PAULO DRINOT, editors. The Pecu- NING, “All Quiet on the Western Front?” The Western Nether- liar Revolution: Rethinking the Peruvian Experiment under lands and the “North Sea Culture” in the Migration Period. Military Rule. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2017. JOHAN NICOLAY, Power and Identity in the Southern North Sea Area: The Migration and Merovingian Periods. GABY WAXEN- Pp. vi, 353. Cloth $90.00, paper $29.95, e-book $29.95. BERGER, How “English” Is the Early Frisian Runic Corpus? CARLOS AGUIRRE, The Second Liberation? Military Nationalism TheEvidenceofSounds and Forms. ARJEN VERSLOOT and and the Sesquicentennial Commemoration of Peruvian Inde- ELZBIETA ADAMCZYK, The Geography and Dialects of Old pendence, 1821–1971. CHARLES F. WALKER, The General and Saxon: River-Basin Communication Networks and the Distri- His Rebel: Juan Velasco Alvarado and the Reinvention of butional Patterns of North Sea Germanic Features in Old Tu´pac Amaru II. ADRIAN LERNER, Who Drove the Revolution’s Saxon. IRIS AUFDERHAAR, Between Sievern and Gudendorf: Hearse? The Funeral of Juan Velasco Alvarado. PAULO DRI- Enclosed Sites in the North-Western Elbe-Weser Triangle and NOT, Remembering Velasco: Contested Memories of the Revo- Their Significance in Respect of Society, Communication and lutionary Government of the Armed Forces. PATRICIA OLIART, Migration during the Roman Iron Age and Migration Period. Politicizing Education: The 1972 Reform in Peru. JAYMIE PIETERJAN DECKERS, Cultural Convergence in a Maritime Con- PATRICIA HEILMAN, Through Fire and Blood: The Peruvian Peas- text: Language and Material Culture as Parallel Phenomena in ant Confederation and the Velasco Regime. LOURDES HURTADO, the Early-Medieval Southern North Sea Region. TIM PESTELL, Velasco, Nationalist Rhetoric, and Military Culture in Cold The Kingdom of East Anglia, Frisia and Continental Connec- War Peru. GEORGE PHILIP, Velasco and the Military: The Poli- tions, c. AD 600–900. HAN NIJDAM, A Comparison of the Injury tics of Decline, 1973–1975. ANNA CANT, Promoting the Revolu- Tariffs in the Early Kentish and the Frisian Law Codes. CHRIS- tion: SINAMOS in Three Different Regions of Peru. MARK TIANE ZIMMERMANN and HAUKE JONS, Cultural Contacts be- CAREY, Watering the Desert, Feeding the Revolution: Velasco’s tween the Western Baltic, the North Sea Region and Scandina- Influence on Water Law and Agriculture on Peru’s North- via: Attributing Runic Finds to Runic Traditions and Corpora Central Coast (Chavimochic). NATHAN CLARKE, Chimbotazo: of the Early Viking Age. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW FEBRUARY 2018 Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/ahr/article-abstract/123/1/367/4840448 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 16 March 2018

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