The Journal of World History volume 26 number 3 features the following works by world history scholars:
- Female Rule in the Indian Ocean World (1300–1900), by Stefan Amirell
- Scaling the Local: Canada’s Rideau Canal and Shifting World Heritage Norms, by Aurélie Elisa Gfeller and Jaci Eisenberg
- How Shall We Live?: Chinese Communal Experiments after the Great War in Global Context, by Shakhar Rahav
- Anthony Sherley’s Spanish Writings and the Global Early Modern, by Jesús López-Peláez Casellas
- Cholera, Colonialism, and Pilgrimage: Exploring Global/Local Exchange in the Central Egyptian Delta, by Stephanie Anne Boyle
- Locating Africans on the World Stage: A Problem in World History, by Patrick Manning
- Book Reviews
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