The Journal of World History volume 26 number 1 features the following articles by world history scholars:
- The Repugnant Other: Soldiers, Missionaries, and Aid Workers as Organizational Migrants, by Leo Lucassen and Aniek X. Smit
- “Town of God”: Ota Benga, the Batetela Boys, and the Promise of Black America, by Karen Sotiropoulos
- Collective Learning: A Potential Unifying Theme of Human History, by David Baker
- The Aesthetics of Internationalism: Culture and Politics on Display at the 1935-1936 International Exhibition of Chinese Art, by Ilaria Scaglia
- Special Forum: The Afterlife of Geoffrey Parker’s Global Crisis, with contributions by Geoffrey Parker, Lauren Benton, Daniel Headrick, Joseph C. Miller, and Carla Gardina Pestana
- Book Reviews
Devoted to historical analysis from a global point of view, the Journal of World History features a range of comparative and cross-cultural scholarship and encourages research on forces that work their influences across cultures and civilizations.
The Journal of World History is proud to introduce a new article and peer review submission system, accessible now at at jwh.msubmit.net.