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The September issue of the Journal of World History is a special issue, “Crossing Companies,” guest edited by Felicia Gottmann, a Senior Lecturer in History at Northumbria University, Newcastle, and Philip Stern, the Gilhuly Family Associate Professor of History at Duke University. The issue includes five research articles, in addition to Gottmann and Stern’s introduction to the issue and a special digital-only coda by Julia Adams and Isaac Ariail Reed (both available free on Project MUSE).
 
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Special Issue: Crossing Companies

The September issue of the Journal of World History is a special issue, “Crossing Companies,” guest edited by Felicia Gottmann, a Senior Lecturer in History at Northumbria University, Newcastle, and Philip Stern, the Gilhuly Family Associate Professor of History at Duke University.

The issue includes five research articles, in addition to Gottmann and Stern’s introduction and a special digital-only coda by Julia Adams and Isaac Ariail Reed (both available free on Project MUSE).

Q&A with Felicia Gottmann and Philip Stern

The guest editors discuss how this special issue came together, editing during a pandemic, why this subject continues to interest scholars and students, and how teachers can use the issue in their classrooms.

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