Articles and Book Chapters

  • 2014

    Baumler, Alan. “Japan, China and Pan-Asianism,” Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 2014.

    Mannard, Joesph. “’We Are Determined to Be White Ladies’: Race, Identity, and the Maryland Tradition in Antebellum Visitation Convents,” Maryland Historical Magazine 109 (Summer 2014): 132-157.

    Moore, R. Scott. “Don’t Stop Pottery Reading.” In Punk Archaeology, edited by Caraher, Kourelis, and Reinhard. University of North Dakota, 2014.

    Moore, R. Scott and Brandon Olson, “Classical to Roman Pottery.” In The Polis-Pyrgos Project II: Post-Prehistoric Ceramics and Chalcolithic to Iron Age Ground Stone Artefacts from the Field Survey in Northwestern Cyprus, 1992–1999, edited by Dariusz Maliszewski, Creator, 2014.


    Baumler, Alan. “Chongqing daibiao Zhongguo--peidu yu 1939-1945 nian zhongguo de shijie xingxiang” in Wang Xi, ed. Zhongguo he shijie lishi zhong de Chongqing. Chongqing: Chongqing Daxue, 2013

    Mazak-Kahne, Jeanine. “A Town and Gown Partnership: Collaborative Learning in Indiana, Pennsylvania,” AASLH History News, Fall 2013.

    B.R. Olson, W. Caraher, D. Pettegrew, and R.S. Moore. “The Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project: A Preliminary Report on Excavations at Pyla-Vigla, a Fortified Settlement Dating to the Hellenistic Era.” Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 5.3 (2013): 74-82.

    Moore, R. Scott. “Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project: Ceramic Batches (exp) (Sample)” (Released 2013-10-25). In William R. Caraher (Ed.) Open Context. Data:

    Wang Xi, “Public history as understood in the Western academic and political contexts – with a discussion on the feasibility of promoting public history in China” (in Chinese), Journal of Tianjin Social Sciences, no. 190 (May 2013): 131-136.

    Whited, Tamara. “Nature and Power through Multiple Lenses,” Social Science History 37, 3 (Fall 2013): 347-59. 


    Baumler, Alan. “Domesticating Regionalism: Northwest China in the War of Resistance, 1937-1945” The Chinese Historical Review 19:1 May, 2012.

    Moore, R. Scott and Timothy E. Gregory, “Athienou Archaeological Project Survey Pottery.” In Crossroads and Boundaries: The Archaeology of Past and Present in the Malloura Valley, edited by Derek Counts, P. Nick Kardulias, and Michael Toumazou, 203-213. American Schools of Oriental Research, 2012.

    Wang Xi. “African Americans and the making of post-Civil War constitutional order” (in Chinese), Collected Papers of History Studies, no. 6 (November 2012): 3-19. 


    Mazak-Kahne, Jeanine. “Small-Town Mafia: The Social Organization of Organized Crime in New Kensington, Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, Fall 2011.

    Wang Xi. “A comparative study of the use of soft power between China and the United States” (in Chinese), American Studies Quarterly, no. 3 (September 2011): 19-26.

    Wang Xi. “A Lifelong Pursuit of Learning, Enlightenment and Independence of Mind——A Conversation with Zi Zhongyun,” The Chinese Historical Review 18, no. 2 (Fall 2011): 183-206.


    Mannard, Joseph. “Mission and Duties of Young Women: Charles White and the Promotion of Catholic Domesticity in Antebellum Maryland,” American Catholic Studies: Journal of the American Catholic Historical Society 121 (Spring 2010): 1-27.

    Mannard, Joseph. “’What Has Become of Olevia Neal?’: The Escaped Nun Phenomenon in Antebellum America,” Maryland Historical Magazine 105 (Winter 2010): 348-367. 

    Beverly A. Chiarulli, Beverly A. Chiarulli, Scott Moore, Sarah W. Neusius, Ben Ford, and Marion Smeltzer. “Public Archaeology in Virtual Worlds.” In Anthropology News (2010), 35.

    Wang Xi. “Who Owns History? The Origins, Evolution, and Challenges of Public History in the United States” (in Chinese), Historical Research, no. 3 (June 2010): 34-47. (Reprint: Renda Baokan Xuandu and Xinhua Wenzhai, 2010).


    Baumler, Alan. “Show Me the Yuan” Glimpse 2:1 Spring 2009.

    Wang Xi.  “History, Historians, and the First 60th Years of the People’s Republic of China——A Conversation with Jin Chongji,” (with Jin Chongji), The Chinese Historical Review 16, no. 2 (Fall 2009): 228-246.


    Mannard, Joseph. “Widows in Convents of the Early Republic: The Archdiocese of Baltimore, 1790-1860,” U. S. Catholic Historian 26 (Spring 2008): 111-32.

    Moore, R. Scott. “A Decade Later: The Chronotype System Revisited.” In Archaeology and History in Medieval and Post-Medieval Greece: Studies on Method and Meaning in Honor of Timothy E. Gregory, edited by William Caraher, Linda Hall, and R. Scott Moore, 137-151. Ashgate, 2008.

    William Caraher, R. Scott Moore, and David Pettegrew.  “Koutsopetria: Surveying a Harbor Town.” In Near Eastern Archaeology (2008), 82-89.

    William Caraher, R. Scott Moore, and David Pettegrew. “Trade and Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean: A Model from Cyprus.” Bollettino di Archaeologia Online: Roma 2008 – International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Meetings between cultures in the ancient Mediterranean.


    Baumler, Alan.“Rethinking Chinese History in a Global Age: An Interview with Wang Gungwu” in The Chinese Historical Review, 14.1 Spring 2007. Reprinted in Wang Gungwu: Junzi: Scholar-Gentleman In Conversation with Asad-ul Iqbal Latif Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2010.

    William Caraher, R. Scott Moore, Jay S. Noller and David Pettegrew.  “The Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project: Second Preliminary Report (2005-2006 Seasons).”  In Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus (2007), 293-306.

    Wang Xi.  “Citizenship and Nation-building in American History and Beyond,” in Selected Papers of Beijing Forum (2006): The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All: Reflections on the Civilization Modes of Humankind (Beijing: Peking University Press, 2007), 54-75.

    Wang Xi.  “Make ‘Every Slave Free, Every Freeman a Voter’: The African American Construction of Suffrage Discourse in the Age of Emancipation,” in Contested Democracy: Freedom, Race, and Power in American History, eds. Manisha Sinha and Penny Von Eschen, (New York: Columbia University Press, 2007), 117-140.


    Wang, Xi. “Building African American Voting Rights in the Nineteenth Century,” in The Voting Rights Act: Securing the Ballot, ed. Richard M. Valelly, (Washington, D,C.: CQ Press, 2006), 1-18.

    Botelho, L. “Introduction:  The Atlantic World,” with F. Bremer in John Winthrop’s Worlds: England and New England, 1588–1649, eds. F. Bremer and L. Botelho, (Massachusetts Historical Society, 2006).


    Finegan, Caleb. “Parish Priests on Defense in the Diocese of La Paz, 1680 to 1700.”  Bolivian Studies Journal (BSJ), Vol. 11, Spring 2005.

    Finegan, Caleb. “La política pueblerina y el declive de la Visita Pastoral en la Diócesis de La Paz, 1680–1700.” El Anuario de la Academia Eclesiástica de la Historia Boliviana, Spring 2005.

    Caraher, William, R. Scott Moore, Jay S. Noller and David Pettegrew.  “The Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project: First Preliminary Report (2003–2004 Seasons).”  In Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus (2005), 245-268.

    Wang, Xi. “Bearers of a Glorious Tradition in Search of a Promising Future: A Conversation with Historians at Peking University,” The Chinese Historical Review, vol. 12, 2 (Fall 2005): 287-311.

    Wang, Xi. “Reflections on the NEH-AHA Institute on Rethinking American History in Global Perspective,” The Compilation of Papers for the NEH–AHA Summer Institute, The American Historical Association, 2005.

    Wang, Xi.  “Rethinking the Politics of American Constitutionalism: Preface to 2005 edition of Principles and Compromises,” in Principles and Compromises: The Spirit and Practice of the American Constitution (Beijing: Peking University Press, 2005), pp. 1-9.  (in Chinese)


    Arpaia, Paul. “Using Computer-Mediated Instruction in History Classes.” Internet e Storia (Internet and History) n. 22 (15 March 2004). http://www.storiadelmondo/22/arpaia.classes.pdf 

    Wang, Xi. “From Slave to Voter: The Constitutionalization of Black Suffrage,” Constitution and Citizenship, ed., Zhao Xiaoli, (Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press, 2004), pp. 144-230. (in Chinese)

    Wang, Xi.  “Graduate Training of History Doctorates in American Universities,” Humanitas at Fada, vol. 1 (Beijing: Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2004), pp. 495-507. (in Chinese)


    Finegan, Caleb. “Priests, Parishioners, and the Moral Economy of Village Life in the Diocese of La Paz, 1680 to 1700.” Bolivian Research Review (BRR), vol. III, issue I, February 2003.

    Mannard, Joseph. “Supported Principally by the Funds of Protestants’: Wheeling Female Academy and the Making of the Catholic Community in Antebellum Western Virginia.” American Catholic Studies: Journal of the American Catholic Historical Society 114 (Spring 2003): 41-79.

    Maliszewski, Darius, Carolyn Elliot Xenophontos and Robert S. Moore.  “Polis-Pyrgos Archaeological Project: Notes on the survey artifacts from Northwestern Cyprus.”  In Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus (2003), 351-368.

    Moore, Robert S. “The Hellenistic and Roman Landscape,” “Agricultural Landscapes,” “Hellenistic and Roman Pottery Catalogue,” and “SCY214—Klirou Klirovourna: Roman Estate/Farmstead.” In Social Approaches to Regional Archaeological Survey: The Sydney Cyprus Survey Project. Edited by Michael Given and A. Bernard Knapp. Monumenta Archaeologica 21. UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, 2003.

    Wang, Xi.  “Dred Scott Case: The Story of an American Slave in Pursuit of Freedom,” American Law Review (Beijing: The Law Press), vol. 1, no. 1 (August 2003): 45-78. (in Chinese)

    Wang, Xi. “Reflections on the European State-Building History since Early Modern Era,” in The Second Transformation: Building New State System, eds. Hu Angang, Wang Shaoguang, Zhou Jianming (Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2003), pp. 171-195.

    Wang, Xi. “The Issue of National Interest in American History,” in American Studies Quarterly (Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), vol. 17, 2 (Summer 2003): 9-30.

    Wang, Xi. “American Reforms of the Progressive Era: A Discussion of the Reorientation of State-Building in China,” in The Second Transformation: Building A New State System, eds. Hu Angang, Wang Shaoguang, Zhou Jianming (Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2003), pp. 117-152. (in Chinese)


    Wang, Xi. “The Dred Scott Case,” in Gordon-Reed, ed., Race on Trial: Law and Justice in American History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 26-47.

    Wang, Xi. “Freedom: An Unfinished American Story: Reflective Notes on Eric Foner’s The Story of American Freedom,” in American Studies Quarterly (Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), vol. 16, 2 (Summer 2002): 121-29. (in Chinese)


    Wang, Xi. “An Analytic History of the U.S. 2000 Presidential Election,” American Studies Quarterly (Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), vol. 15, 1 (Spring 2001): 7-39. (in Chinese)


    Mannard, Joseph. “Protestant Mothers and Catholic Sisters: Gender Concerns in Anti-Catholic Conspiracy Theories, 1830–1860.” American Catholic Studies: Journal of the American Catholic Historical Society 111 (Spring-Winter 2000): 1-21.

    Wang, Xi. “Develop and Utilize the Resources of Chinese Students in the Untied States,” in Chinese Education and Society (M.E. Sharpe) vol. 33, 5 (October 2000): 21-31.

    Wang, Xi. “Historians’ Responsibilities: Telling the Story of the Past Accurately and Effectively—An Interview with Eric Foner,” Chinese Historians, vol. 10, 17 (Fall 2000): 1-18.

    Wang, Xi. “Changes of the Rewriting of American History in the Past 30 Years: A Conversation with Eric Foner,” Historiography Quarterly (Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), No. 3 (Fall 2000): 61-75. (in Chinese)

    Wang, Xi. “Multiculturalism: Its Essence, Origins, Practice, and Limitations,” American Studies Quarterly (Beijing, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), vol. 14, 2 (Summer 2000): 44-80. (in Chinese)

    Whited, Tamara. “Extinguishing Disaster in Alpine France:  The Fate of Reforestation as Technocratic Debacle,” GeoJournal 51, 3 (2000): 263-270.