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Articles and Essays 2023

Michael A. Conti
Conti Rus' Expressions of Romanitas

Rus’ Expressions of Romanitas
between the Tenth and Fifteenth Centuries

Scott Terlouw
Terlouw Matilda of Canossa's Agency

God’s Own Country:
Race, Religion, and the Development of Slavery in Colonial Virginia

Samantha Guzman
Guzman Murderous Accusations

Murderous Accusations:
Historical Approaches to the Salem Witch Trials (1692–1693)

Clay Kenworthy
Kenworthy From the Example of Cornelius

“From the Example of Cornelius”:
Eighteenth-Century Sermons for Soldiers in Great Britain

Grislean Palacios
Palacios The US Supreme Court and the First Amendment

The U.S. Supreme Court and the First Amendment:
Michael Les Benedict’s Interpretations in “The Blessings of Liberty”

David Cantwell
Cantwell The Lost Cause Movement

The “Lost Cause” Movement
and the Debate over Confederate Monuments

Walter Wheeler
Wheeler Community Builders

Community Builders: Mexican-American Women and Olvera Street
in Twentieth-Century Los Angeles

Sarabeth Johnson
Johnson Not into Exile but on a Mission

“Not into exile, but on a mission”:
Identity and the Literature of Russian Émigrés in Paris (1918–1939)

Rachel Jensen
Jensen Women of the World DisUnite

Women of the World (Dis)Unite! The Stratification of Women’s Liberation
and the Impact on the Equal Rights Amendment

Kathryn Judith Seu
Seu Making Reality Virtual

Making Reality Virtual:
Improving Holocaust Education through Digitized Material Culture

Jason Ambriz
Ambriz The Language of Progress

The “Language of Progress”:
English in Postwar Western Europe

Nicole Hallenbeck
Hallenbeck Our Boys Need Blood

“Our Boys Need Blood”: The Activism of Women, Lesbians, and
People of Color during the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in San Francisco

Christian Fuentes
Fuentes And even Marx would Not have been able to answer

“And even Marx would not have been able to answer”: The Trilateral
Relationship between China, Russia, and the United States (1989–2022)

Isaiah Colton Thompson
Thompson Widen the Cypher

Widen the Cypher:
Hip Hop Studies in America and Its Relevance to Historians

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