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Journal of Global History

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Journal Abbreviation J. Glob. Hist.

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Article Peer Vries (2022)
Patrick O’Brien on industrialization, little Britain and the wider world. Journal of Global History (pp. 151-158). (/isis/citation/CBB046152156/) unapi

Article Ana Antić (2022)
Decolonizing madness? Transcultural psychiatry, international order and birth of a ‘global psyche’ in the aftermath of the Second World War. Journal of Global History (pp. 20-41). (/isis/citation/CBB339877610/) unapi

Article Rebecca Gruskin (2021)
The value within multiform commodities: North African phosphates and global markets in the interwar period. Journal of Global History (pp. 315-335). (/isis/citation/CBB527946594/) unapi

Article Alison M. Downham Moore; Rashmi Pithavadian (2021)
Aphrodisiacs in the global history of medical thought. Journal of Global History (pp. 24-43). (/isis/citation/CBB923559206/) unapi

Article Kavita Sivaramakrishnan (2020)
Endemic risks: influenza pandemics, public health, and making self-reliant Indian citizens. Journal of Global History (pp. 459-477). (/isis/citation/CBB396192326/) unapi

Article Timothy Brook (2020)
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Article Valeska Huber (2020)
Pandemics and the politics of difference: rewriting the history of internationalism through nineteenth-century cholera. Journal of Global History (pp. 394-407). (/isis/citation/CBB161822106/) unapi

Article Daniela Russ (2020)
Speaking for the ‘world power economy’: electricity, energo-materialist economics, and the World Energy Council (1924–78). Journal of Global History (pp. 311-329). (/isis/citation/CBB594714296/) unapi

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Pandemics and soft power: HIV/AIDS and Uganda on the global stage. Journal of Global History (pp. 478-492). (/isis/citation/CBB512383773/) unapi

Article Howard Phillips (2020)
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Perspectivizing pandemics: (How) do epidemic histories criss-cross contexts?. Journal of Global History (pp. 336-349). (/isis/citation/CBB751896961/) unapi

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A benchmark for the environment: Big science and ‘artificial’ geophysics in the global 1950s. Journal of Global History (pp. 149-168). (/isis/citation/CBB084524138/) unapi

Article Kyle Harper (2020)
Germs, genomes, and global history in the time of COVID-19. Journal of Global History (pp. 350-362). (/isis/citation/CBB422578756/) unapi

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Viral surveillance and the 1968 Hong Kong flu pandemic. Journal of Global History (pp. 444-458). (/isis/citation/CBB545115550/) unapi

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The globalization of hybrid maize, 1921–70. Journal of Global History (pp. 101-122). (/isis/citation/CBB392738548/) unapi

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Epidemics, indigenous communities, and public health in the COVID-19 era: views from smallpox inoculation campaigns in colonial Guatemala. Journal of Global History (pp. 380-393). (/isis/citation/CBB782430488/) unapi

Article Geoffrey W. Rice (2020)
How reminders of the 1918–19 pandemic helped Australia and New Zealand respond to COVID-19. Journal of Global History (pp. 421-433). (/isis/citation/CBB418629553/) unapi

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Connectivity and seasonality: The 1918 influenza and COVID-19 pandemics in global perspective. Journal of Global History (pp. 408-420). (/isis/citation/CBB309984269/) unapi

Review Warburton, David A. (2015)
Review of "The Globalization of Knowledge in History: Based on the 97th Dahlem Workshop". Journal of Global History. (/isis/citation/CBB001422662/) unapi


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