Now available online to SHAFR members (and heading to mailboxes around the world), the articles in the November issue of Diplomatic History cover a broad range of topics chronologically (ranging from the early 19th century to the late 20th century), thematically, and geographically. Opening this issue, Joy Schulz uses "the confines of household economics" to examine how American Protestant missionaries from 1820-1848 moved "from devotion to the Hawaiian monarchy to support for U.S.
SHAFR Election Results (Nov. 3, 2014)
The 2014 SHAFR election has concluded and the Nominating Committee announced that the membership elected the following officers, whose terms of service will begin on January 1, 2015:
"Most historians are probably unfamiliar with the concept of ‘audience costs’ despite its increasing importance to the field of international relations theory.
From the London Review of Books, a look at The Unsubstantial Air: American Fliers in the First World War by Samuel Hynes: