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Theater, Memory, and the HIV Crisis of the 1990s: An Analysis of the Musical RENT

Jessica Grossman

2018-04-26 Volume 2 • 2018 • 153-176

Contributors

Annie Morphew and Rachel Davis Small

2018-04-26 Volume 2 • 2018 • 4

Table of Contents

Annie Morphew and Rachel Davis Small

2018-04-26 Volume 2 • 2018 • 5-6

Corporal Penance in Belief and Practice: Medieval Monastic Precedents and Their Reception by the New and Reformed Religious Orders of the Sixteenth Century

Hannah G. McClain

2018-04-26 Volume 2 • 2018 • 177-198

Copyrights

Rachel Small

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 2

“Every man may ghesse what a woman she was”: John Foxe and the Problem of Female Martyrdom

Annie Morphew

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 7-23

October 7, 1917 Revisited – Revolution or Coup d’état? A Brief Historiography

Nina Bogdan

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 24-39

Nikola Tesla (1856-1943): The Mind Behind the Master of Lighting

Rachel C. D. Martin

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 134-143

Hannah Arendt: A Conscious Pariah and Her People

Samantha Balber

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 165-183

Highlighting History 498

Katherine Morrissey

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 111

Thaddeus Stevens: Early Civil Rights Leader

Fernando Parra

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 184-203

Jack Kerouac: An Uncommon Public Intellectual

Lisa N. Lujano

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 144-164

“Everyone wants to pull us to heaven by our hair”: Caritas Pirckheimer’s Perception of Martin Luther

Rachel Davis Small

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 89-110

Table of Contents

Rachel Davis Small

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 5-6

Letter from the Editors

Rachel Davis Small and Annie Morphew

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 3

Contributors and Editors

Rachel Davis Small

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 4

Honor, Fatherhood, and Power in the Journals of Don Diego de Vargas

Amado Reyes Guzmán

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 40-52

The Life and Legacy of “The Bear”

Christopher Richman

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 112-133

“The Chamber of Your Virginity does not have a Price”: The Scientific Construction of the Hymen as an Indicator of Sexual Initiation in Eighteenth-Century Spain

Edward Anthony Polanco

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 67-88

From Mapping Stables to Mapping a Myth: Thinking about the Cartography of Horses

Frank Whitehead

2017-05-22 Volume 1 • 2017 • 53-66