Follow

Submissions from 2015

Colonialism, Espionage, Manifest Destiny and the Civilizing Mission: France and the United States in 1890s Madagascar, Deborah Bauer

In the Classroom with the Museum of Man, Deborah Bauer

Attacking the Legal Mechanisms of Colonial Economic Exploitation: Alexander Von Humboldt’s Critique of Mercantilism, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2014

Germs of Dissent: Identifying and Isolating the Anarchist Disease in Fin-de-Siècle France, Deborah Bauer

"George Washington, the founder of American independence, and Abraham Lincoln, the liberator of the slave": The Founding Fathers and the Election of 1864, Jeffrey J. Malanson

Submissions from 2013

“‘Careful not to adopt or endorse all the opinions of President Washington’: Washington’s Farewell Address, Monroe’s Doctrine, and the Battle over Foreign Policy Ideals in the 1840s", Jeffrey J. Malanson

PDF

Explaining the influence of Humboldt’s Political Essay: A Textual Analysis, Richard H. Weiner

PDF

Texts and the Construction of Popular Perceptions: The Writings of Alexander von Humboldt and Justo Sierra and the Rise and Fall of Mexico’s Legendary Wealth, Richard H. Weiner

PDF

Utopian Visions of Mexican Grandeur Rooted in Natural Abundance: Dreams Inspired by Alexander von Humboldt’s Political Essay, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2012

Lawyers, Doctors, and Newspapers: Triangulating the Meaning of Insanity During the 1870s, David G. Schuster

Submissions from 2011

The Jacobs Report and the Attempt to Reopen the American Mission in 1945, Bernd J. Fischer

“‘If I had it in his Hand-Writing I would burn it’: The Authorship Controversy over George Washington’s Farewell Address”, Jeffrey J. Malanson

The First Crisis: Nootka Sound and the Founders' Competing Conceptions of U.S. Foreign Policy, Jeffrey J. Malanson

"Van Deusen v. Newcomer (1879): The Doctress and the Asylum", David G. Schuster

“Mexico in the American imagination: imperialist economic ideology in the making”, Richard H. Weiner

Resaltando la riqueza natural de México: una interpretación selective de la recepción del Ensayo, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2010

Art of the Nation: Jewish Artists and Belorussian Postwar Nationalism, Ann Livschiz

The Spread of Neurasthenia Through Cultural Means, 1869-1920, David G. Schuster

Link

Discourse on Silver in 19th Century Mexico: Porfiristas Break with their Predecessors, Richard H. Weiner

Humboldt’s Political Essay and Mexican economic ideas, Richard H. Weiner

Link

Social Consequences of the Porfirian Export Boom from the Perspective of Intellectual History, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2009

The Rumford Kitchen: Bringing Food to the Masses at the 1893 World's Fair, Jill Nussel

"James Jackson Putnam and Susan Elizabeth Blow: A Case Study in the Development of a Therapeutic Personal Spiritual Philosophy", David G. Schuster

Submissions from 2008

Americanization Through Promotional Cookbooks, Jill Nussel

Cookbooks in Popular Culture, Jill Nussel

"Teddy Roosevelt and the Cultural-Political Uses of Nervous Illness", David G. Schuster

Submissions from 2007

Lard Wars: The Development of An American Food Lexicon through Cookbooks, Jill Nussel

Justo Sierra’s Critique of Mexico’s Legendary Wealth, Richard H. Weiner

Riqueza, población, y recursos: nuevas interpretaciones, Richard H. Weiner

Shared Economic Views in Porfirian Mexico: Justo Sierra and Trinidad Sánchez Santos on political economy, natural resources, and material progress, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2006

From Stew Pot to Melting Pot: Immigration Through Foodways, Jill Nussel

Submissions from 2005

A Brief Historical Overview of the Development of Albanian Nationalism, Bernd J. Fischer

From Stew Pot to Melting Pot: Immigration Through Foodways, Jill Nussel

The Humboldtian Myth of Mexico’s Legendary Wealth, Richard H. Weiner

The Humboldtian Myth of Mexico’s Legendary Wealth and the History of National Economic Decline,, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2004

Carlos Díaz Dufoo’s critique of the Humboldtian narrative of Mexico’s legendary wealth, Richard H. Weiner

Carlos Díaz Dufoo’s critique of the Humboldtian narrative of Mexico’s legendary wealth, Richard H. Weiner

Mexican Reception of Humboldt’s Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain, Richard H. Weiner

Link

Mexican Reception of Political Essay.” In Alexander von Humboldt: from the Americas to the Cosmos, Richard H. Weiner

Mexico’s Nineteenth Century Economic Decline: A Cultural Perspective, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2003

Representations of Wealth in Alexander von Humboldt’s Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain, Richard H. Weiner

Submissions from 2001

Mexico and the Ideology of American Economic Imperialism, Richard H. Weiner

Rich Colony, Poor Nation: The Labor Theory of Value and Porfirian Agriculture, Richard H. Weiner