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    Rev. by Stephanie Zehnle, Neuere und Neueste Geschichte, Universität Kassel
    • El Hamel, Chouki: Black Morocco. A History of Slavery, Race, and Islam, Cambridge 2014
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    Rev. by Michael Goebel, Freie Universität Berlin
    • Stovall, Tyler: Paris and the Spirit of 1919. Consumer Struggles, Transnationalism and Revolution, Cambridge 2012
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    Rev. by Katja Nicklaus, Hamburg
    • Krieger, Martin: Kaffee. Geschichte eines Genussmittels, Köln 2011
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    Rev. by Andreas Hübner, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen
    • Ghachem, Malick W.: The Old Regime and the Haitian Revolution. , Cambridge 2012
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    Rev. by Kim Scipes, Purdue University North Central
    • Rodríguez García, Magaly: Liberal Workers of the World, Unite?. The ICFTU and the Defence of Labour Liberalism in Europe and Latin America (1949–1969), Bern 2010
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    Rev. by Mahon Murphy, International History, London School of Economics
    • Guoqi, Xu: Strangers on the Western Front. Chinese Workers in the Great War, Cambridge 2011
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    Rev. by Nira Wickramasinghe, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, SAS India en Tibet, Leiden University
    • Biyanwila, Sumithra Janaka: The Labour Movement in the Global South. Trade Unions in Sri Lanka, London 2011
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    Rev. by Ulrike Schmieder, Universität Hannover
    • Burnard, Trevor; Heuman, Gad (Hrsg.): The Routledge History of Slavery. , London 2011
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    Rev. by Torsten Loschke, Research Academy, Universität Leipzig
    • Chomsky, Aviva: Linked Labor Histories. New England, Colombia, and the Making of a Global Working Class, Durham, NC 2008
    • Lipman, Jana K.: Guantánamo. A Working-Class History between Empire and Revolution, Berkeley 2008
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    Rev. by Leon Fink, Department of History, University of Illinois at Chicago
    • van der Linden, Marcel: Workers of the World. Essays toward a Global Labor History, Leiden 2008
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    Rev. by Lorenzo Veracini, Institute for Social Research, Swinburne University of Technology
    • Isfahani-Hammond, Alexandra: White Negritude. Race, Writing, and Brazilian Cultural Identity, New York 2008
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    Rev. by Tobias Brinkmann, Department of History/Parkes Institute, University of Southampton
    • Hofmeester, Karin: Jewish Workers and the Labour Movement. A Comparative Study of Amsterdam, London and Paris, 1870-1914, Ashgate 2004