March’s Journal of World History volume 27 number 2 features the following articles by world history scholars:
- The Kingdom of Kongo and the Thirty Year’s War by John K. Thornton
- Patterns of Artistic Hybridization in the Early Protoglobalization Period by Luís U. Afonso
- The Global Origins of a “Paraguayan” Sweetener: Ka’a He’e and Stevia in the Twentieth Century, by Bridget María Chesterton and Timothy Yang
- Reconsidering the Yokohama “Gold Rush” of 1859, by Simon James Bytheway and Martha Chaiklin
- The Global Construction of International Lay in the Nineteenth Century: The Case of Arbitration, by Steven M. Harris
- Book Reviews
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