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Compilation of Periodical Literature: 2021

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Volume 48, Number 1, January-March, 2021

  1. Arceneaux, Noah. "Department Stores and Television: Broadcasting the Display Window into the Home, 1939-1950". Journalism History 43, no.4 (Winter 2018): 219-227.

  2. Berman, Bruce and Mary M. Cronin. "Project DOCUMERICA: A Cautionary Tale". Journalism History 43, no.4 (Winter 2018): 186-197.

  3. Boomhower, Ray E. "Fighting the Good Fight: John Bartlow Martin and Hubert Humphrey's 1968 Presidential Campaign". Indiana Magazine of History 116, no.1 (March 2020): 1-29.
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  4. Brinegar, Pamela Lyons. "The Case of the Missing Moffetts of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 108, no.3 (September 2020): 195-212.

  5. Brooks, Charlotte. "New Old Sources for Chinese American History: Consular Records and Form 430 Applications". Chinese America: History and Perspectives (2020): 57-62.

  6. Casey, Matthew. "Domestic Workers and Foreign Occupation: Haitian Servants, US Marines, and Conflicts over Labor and Empire in Haiti, 1915-1934". International Labor and Working Class History 96 (Fall 2019): 145-167.

  7. Fetter, Henry D. "Alger Hiss at Yalta: A Reassessment of Hiss's Arguments against Including Any of the Soviet Republics as Initial UN Members". Journal of Cold War Studies 22, no.1 (Winter 2020): 46-88.

  8. Genter, Robert Byron. "'An Unusual and Peculiar Relationship': Lesbianism and the American Cold War National Security State". Journal of the History of Sexuality 28, no.2 (May 2019): 235-262.

  9. Gleason, Timoty Roy. "Decade of Deceit". Journalism History 43, no.3 (Fall 2017): 132-142.
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  10. Gray, Nicole. "Toward an Embodied Poetics in Appraisal: Walt Whitman in the US National Archives". Archivaria 89 (Spring 2020): 106-127.

  11. Hershberg, James G. "Soviet-Brazilian Relations and the Cuban Missile Crisis". Journal of Cold War Studies 22, no.1 (Winter 2020): 175-209.
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  12. Hock, Stefan. "To Bring About a 'Moral of Renewal': The Deportation of Sex Workers in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War". Journal of the History of Sexuality 28, no.3 (September 2019): 457-482.

  13. Jenson, Debra E. "Echoes of Opposition: The Media Campaign to Stop Echo Park Dam and Save Dinosaur National Monument". Journalism History 44, no.1 (Spring 2018): 32-39.

  14. LaRue, Nicole Gilkison. "A Woman of Many Names: Henrietta Dixon of Baltimore City, Maryland". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 108, no.3 (September 2020): 183-193.

  15. Leidholdt, Alexander Stewart. "Dancing with Two Cork Legs: The American Post Office's Stumbling Surveillance of the Foreign-Language Press during World War I". Journalism History 46, no.3 (2020): 227-247.

  16. Lorek, Timothy W. "The Puerto Rican Connection: Recovering the 'Cultural Triangle' in Global Histories of Agricultural Development". Agricultural History 94, no.1 (Winter 2020): 108-140.

  17. Melillo, Wendy. "Democracy's Adventure Hero on a New Frontier: Bridging Language in the Ad Council's Peace Corps Campaign, 1961-1970". Journalism History 46, no.2 (2020): 145-164.

  18. Ortiz Garza, Jose Luis and Fernanda Vidal-Correa. "Public Opinion Surveys and USA Foreign Policy towards Latin America in the Second World War". Bulletin of Latin American Research 38, no.4 (September 2019): 503-516.

  19. Raymont, Ann. "A Father for Walter Griffith of Tuscarawas County, Ohio". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 108, no.3 (September 2020): 165-182.

  20. Roessner, L. Amber and Lindsey M. Bier. "Pardon Me, Mr. Carter: Amnesty and Unfinished Business of Vietnam in Jimmy Carter's 1976 Campaign". Journalism History 43, no.2 (Summer 2017): 86-96.
    JC Library

  21. Sharp, Kelly Kean. "Sowing Diversity: The Horticultural Roots of Truck Farming in Coastal South Carolina". Agricultural History 94, no.3 (Summer 2020): 362-385.

  22. Weber, Benjamin D. "The Strange Career of the Convict Clause: US Prison Imperialism in the Panama Canal Zone". International Labor and Working Class History 96 (Fall 2019): 79-102.

  23. Wright, Robert E. "Pioneer Financial News: National Broadcast Journalist Wilma Soss, NBC Radio, 1954-1980". Journalism History 44, no.3 (Fall 2018): 138-149.
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