Now showing items 1-20 of 82

    The 1898 Reform Movement, Britain, and China: an examination of four British writers on British-Chinese relations 1895-1900 [1]
    Abiding in the fields: pastoral care and society in late antiquity and Anglo-Saxon England [1]
    Advocacy, human rights, and foreign policy: the case of Rwanda [1]
    Almanacs and American popular theology, 1730-1820 [1]
    Altar erected against altar: the impact of religious schisms in Missouri on the eve of the Civil War [1]
    Americanizing Africanization: The Congo Crisis, 1960-1967 [1]
    "The art of printing shall endure": journalism, community, and identity in New York City, 1800-1810 [1]
    The Bavarian model?: modernization, environment, and landscape planning in the Bavarian nuclear power industry, 1950-1980 [1]
    Becoming good girls and useful citizens: growing up poor, black, and female in Jim Crow era Missouri, 1909-1944 [1]
    The birth and death of a tar baby: Henry Kissinger and southern Africa [1]
    Celtic contribution to European culture during the early middle ages [1]
    Citizens under the law: African Americans confront the justice system in Kentucky, Missouri, and Texas, 1790-1877 [1]
    Concealed authorship on the eve of the revolution: pseudonymity and the American periodical public sphere, 1766-1776 [1]
    Corrected above measure: indentured servants and domestic abuse in Maryland, 1650-1700 [1]
    Damn with faint praise: a historical commentary on Plutarch's On the fortune or virtue of Alexander the Great 1 [1]
    "The demise of in loco parentis in American higher education" : campus rules and student behavior at the University of Missouri, 1866 to 1975 [1]
    Destructive state interest and panhellenism in Thucydides [1]
    Development of the General assembly of Missouri [1]
    The education of noble girls in medieval France: Vincent of Beauvais and De eruditione filiorum nobilium [1]
    English secondary schools in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries [1]