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The “Internationalization” of U.S. History: A Progress Report for World Historians

The “Internationalization” of U.S. History: A Progress Report for World Historians Abstract: As the field of world history grew in the 1990s, so did a comparable effort by American historians to “internationalize” the study of U.S. history. Four new books show the considerable strides that have been made in showing how the global context of American events not only adds to U.S. history but also changes some of the ways in which professors and students see the United States and its role in the world. World historians too can learn from and contribute to this intellectual trend. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of World History University of Hawai'I Press

The “Internationalization” of U.S. History: A Progress Report for World Historians

Journal of World History , Volume 20 (4) – Dec 23, 2009

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Abstract: As the field of world history grew in the 1990s, so did a comparable effort by American historians to “internationalize” the study of U.S. history. Four new books show the considerable strides that have been made in showing how the global context of American events not only adds to U.S. history but also changes some of the ways in which professors and students see the United States and its role in the world. World historians too can learn from and contribute to this intellectual trend.

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Journal of World HistoryUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Dec 23, 2009

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