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HE KAMI INITINI: HOW NATIVE HAWAIIAN GOVERNANCE AND AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY BECAME LINKED IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
LITERACY, STATECRAFT AND SOVEREIGNTY: KAMEHAMEHA III'S DEFENSE OF THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM IN THE 1840s
RE-IMAGINING REPUBLICAN ERA SHANGHAI AND EMERGING LEGALl DISCOURSE THROUGH CHENG XIAOQING’S DETECTIVE NOVEL SERIES HUO SANG TAN’AN
One Ship, Thousands of Lives: A Transnational History of Shipbuilding, Shipping and the Maritime World as Seen Through the Life of an Average Merchant Sailing Ship, 1886-1930.
The Use of Plants for the Reconstitution of History": Duhamal du Monceau, Arthur Young, Ôkura Nagatsune and Alternative Agricultures.
The Pax Cinemana: Film and the Pursuit of Peace, 1914-1939.
Indigenous Protest in Colonial Sāmoa: The Mau Movements and the Response of the London Missionary Society, 1900-1935.
Land & Water: A History of Fifteenth-Century Vietnam from an Environmental Perspective.
The Origins, Building, and Impact of a Social Welfare State in Late Colonial Singapore
Captivating Hearts and Minds: The Attempted Americanization of Asian Cultures, 1945-1970