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    Rev. by Susana Kaiser, University of San Francisco
    • Capdepón, Ulrike; Layús, Rosario Figari (Hrsg.): The Impact of Human Rights Prosecutions. Insights from European, Latin American, and African Post-Conflict Societies, Leuven 2020
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    Rev. by Giles Scott-Smith, Leiden University
    • Perraton, Hilary: International Students 1860–2010. Policy and Practice round the World, Cham 2020
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    Rev. by Wolfgang G. Schwanitz, Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Uhl, Matthias; Holler, Martin; Leleu, Jean-Luc; Pohl, Dieter; Pruschwitz, Thomas (Hrsg.): Die Organisation des Terrors. Der Dienstkalender Heinrich Himmlers 1943–1945, München 2020
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    Rev. by Sean Parulian Harvey, Phoenix, AZ
    • Kim, Jessica M.: Imperial Metropolis. Los Angeles, Mexico, and the Borderlands of American Empire, 1865–1941, Chapel Hill 2019
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    Rev. by Ruth Ennis, Leipzig University
    • Stovall, Tyler: White Freedom. The Racial History of an Idea, Princeton 2021
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    Rev. by Marie Cleo Mahouva Massela, Institute of African Studies, Leipzig University
    • Akanle, Olayinka; Adésìnà, Jìmí Olálékan (Hrsg.): The Development of Africa. Issues, Diagnoses and Prognoses, Cham 2018
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    Rev. by David Featherstone, University of Glasgow
    • Braskén, Kasper; Copsey, Nigel; Lundin, Johan A. (Hrsg.): Anti-Fascism in the Nordic Countries. New Perspectives, Comparisons and Transnational Connections, London 2019
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    Rev. by Maximilian Georg
    • Slotten, Hugh Richard; Numbers, Ronald L.; Livingstone, David N. (Hrsg.): The Cambridge History of Science, vol. 8. Modern Science in National, Transnational and Global Context, Cambridge 2020
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    Rev. by Yasmine Najm, Leipzig University
    • Hahn, H. Hazel: Cross-Cultural Exchange and the Colonial Imaginary. Global Encounters Via Southeast Asia, Singapore 2020
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    Rev. by Markus P. Beham, Universität Passau
    • Annalisa Ciampi (Hrsg.): History and International Law. An Intertwined Relationship, Cheltenham 2019
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    Rev. by Malte Fuhrmann, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient
    • Hartmann, Heinrich: Eigensinnige Musterschüler. Ländliche Entwicklung und internationales Expertenwissen in der Türkei (1947–1980), Frankfurt am Main 2020
    • Adalet, Begüm: Hotels and Highways. The Construction of Modernization Theory in Cold War Turkey, Stanford 2018
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    Rev. by Klaas Dykmann, Roskilde University
    • Laqua, Daniel; Van Acker, Wouter; Verbruggen, Christophe (Hrsg.): International Organizations and Global Civil Society. Histories of the Union of International Associations, London 2019
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    Rev. by Ulf Engel, Institute of African Studies, Leipzig University
    • Rabaka, Reiland (Hrsg.): Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism, London 2020
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    Rev. by Richard Germann, Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Universität Wien
    • Scianna, Bastian Matteo: The Italian War on the Eastern Front, 1941–1943. Operations, Myths and Memories, Cham 2019
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    Rev. by Christian Hogsbjerg, School of Humanities, University of Brighton
    • Nadia (Hrsg.)Nurhussein: Black Land. Imperial Ethiopianism and African America, Princeton 2019
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    Rev. by Adrian Ruprecht, History Department, Bern University
    • Roth, Hans Ingvar: P. C. Chang and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Philadelphia 2018
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    Rev. by Ulf Engel, Institute of African Studies, Leipzig University
    • Doss, Alan: A Peacekeeper in Africa. Learning from UN Interventions in Other People’s Wars, Boulder 2020
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    Rev. by Chris Saunders, University of Cape Town
    • Naumann, Katja; Loschke, Torsten; Marung, Steffi; Middell, Mathias (Hrsg.): In Search of Other Worlds. Essays towards a Cross-Regional History of Area Studies, Leipzig 2019
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    Rev. by Sophie Dunn, School of History, University of St Andrews
    • Lemmen, Sarah: Tschechen auf Reisen. Repräsentationen der außereuropäischen Welt und nationale Identität in Ostmitteleuropa 1890–1938, Köln 2018
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    Rev. by Lynn Schler, Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
    • Harshé, Rajen: Africa in World Affairs. Politics of Imperialism, the Cold War and Globalisation, London 2019
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