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AHR Conversation: The Historical Study of Emotions
In the past few years, the AHR has published five “Conversations,” each on a subject of interest to a wide range of historians: “On Transnational History” (2006), “Religious Identities and Violence”Expand
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Introduction: The Entangled Histories of Science and Capitalism
This volume revisits the mutually constitutive relationship between science and capitalism from the seventeenth century to the present day. Adopting a global approach, we reject the notion thatExpand
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Public Passions: The Trial of Shi Jianqiao and the Rise of Popular Sympathy in Republican China
List of Illustrations Acknowledgmets Introduction 1. The Assassin and Her Revenge: A Tale of Moral Heroism and Female Self-Fashioning in an Age of Mass Communication 2. Media Sensation: PublicExpand
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Recipes for Men: Manufacturing Makeup and the Politics of Production in 1910s China
In the first decade of Republican China (1911–49), masculinity was explored in writings on how to manufacture makeup that appeared in women’s magazines. Male authors and editors of theseExpand
Making the Chinese Copycat: Trademarks and Recipes in Early Twentieth-Century Global Science and Capitalism
This essay examines early twentieth-century international disputes over alleged Chinese copying of the trademarks and brand recipes of Burroughs Wellcome and Company’s Hazeline Snow vanishing cream.Expand
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