College of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Fees and feces: laxatives in ancient medicine with particular emphasis on pseudo-Mesue
In E. S.-S. J. A. C. Greppin & J. L. Gueriguian (Eds.), The diffusion of Greco-Roman medicine into the Middle East and the Caucasus: Vol. (pp. 7–26). Delmar, NY: Caravan Books.
Ed(s): E. J. A. C. Greppin & J. Gueriguian
Contraception and abortion
In P. B. G. W. Bowerbock & O. Grabar (Eds.), Late antiquity: A guide to the Postclassical world: Vol. (pp. 392–393). Cambridge: Belknap Press.
Ed(s): P. G. W. Bowerbock & O. Grabar
Power in the blood: Land, memory, and a southern family
[Review of ]. Historian, 61(4), 915–916.
The Pullman case: the clash of labor and capital in industrial America / David Ray Papke.
[Review of ]. Journal of Illinois History, (1999 Winter), 314.
Time and the hour: Nigeria, East Africa, and the Second World War
[Review of ]. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 32(2-3), 599–600.
1999 journal article
An empire's new holy land: The Byzantine period (Exploring the political and material transformation of Palestinian culture through architecture, pottery and inscriptions)
Near Eastern Archaeology, 62(3), 134–180.
Mirror of modernity: Invented traditions of modern Japan, ed. by Stephen Vlastos
50 miles and a fight: Major Samuel Peter Heintzelman's journal of Texas and the Cortina War
[Review of ]. Journal of Southern History, 65(4), 869–870.
Ever Since Adam and Eve slices human sexuality with a Darwinian blade: essay review of Ever Since Adam and Eve by Malcolm Potts and Roger Short
[Review of ]. American Scientist, 87(1999), 362–366.
The color of the law: Race, violence, and justice in the post-World War II South
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
Seizing the new day: African Americans in post-Civil War Charleston
[Review of ]. Journal of American History (Bloomington, Ind.), 86(3), 1344–1345.
Journeymen for Jesus: Evangelical artisans confront capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore
[Review of ]. Journal of American History (Bloomington, Ind.), 86(3), 1337–1338.
In the country of the enemy: The Civil War reports of a Massachusetts Corporal
Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.
Workers, strikes, and pogroms: The Donbass-Dnepr bend in late imperial Russia, 1870-1905
[Review of ]. Labor History, 40(1), 131–132.
The ghost of equality: The public lives of D. D. T. Jabavu of South Africa, 1885-1959.
[Review of ]. American Historical Review, 104(1), 295–296.