Tag Archives: 2013 Dissertation

Youth, Memory & Modernity in Chile

A review of The Dismembered Family: Youth, Memory, and Modernity in Rural Southern Chile, by Rita Isabel Henderson. 11 September 2013 marked the fortieth anniversary…

Jews, Muslims & Legal Pluralism in Morocco

A review of In the Courts of the Nations: Jews, Muslims and Legal Pluralism in Nineteenth-Century Morocco, by Jessica M. Marglin. Jews in nineteenth century…

Automatic Writing in France 1857-1930

A review of Scripting the Mind: Automatic Writing in France, 1857-1930, by Alexandra Katerina Bacopoulos-Viau. This excellent dissertation by Alexandra Bacopoulos-Viau explores automatic writing in…

Governing Polio in Cold War Hungary

A review of Iron Curtain, Iron Lungs: Governing Polio in Cold War Hungary, 1952-1963, by Dora Vargha. In Iron Curtain, Iron Lungs, Dora Vargha investigates…

Mass Culture in Interwar Japan

A review of Creating Mass Culture in Interwar Japan, by Amy Bliss Marshall. Amy Marshall’s dissertation sheds much-needed light on the birth and development of…