Faculty Publications

 

Publications written by faculty and staff in the Department of History at the University of Northern Iowa.

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Submissions from 2023

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What the Book of First Enoch and the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls Reveal About the History of the Qumran Community, Kenneth Atkinson

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Guru Gobind Singh And The Khalsa, Louis Fenech

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A Historian’s Quest For Sikh History, Louis E. Fenech

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Persian Sikh Literature, Louis E. Fenech

Submissions from 2022

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Academic Work As Factory Work: A Former Blue-Collar Worker’s Observations On Class And Caste In The Academy, Kenneth Atkinson

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Galla Placidia and the “Daughter of the Queen of the South”: The Historical Consequences of a Late Roman Interpretation of Daniel 11, Kenneth Atkinson

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Jewish Eschatology and Early Islamic History, Kenneth Atkinson

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Judean Piracy, Judea And Parthia, And The Roman Annexation Of Judea: The Evidence Of Pompeius Trogus, Kenneth Atkinson

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Periodization at Qumran and its Importance for Understanding Hellenistic History, Kenneth Atkinson

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Lords Of The Marches: Imperial Identity On The Margins In Early Fourth-Century China, Charles Holcombe

Submissions from 2021

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Are the Dead Sea Scrolls From Khirbet Qumran?, Kenneth Atkinson

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Twentieth Century Guerrilla Movements In Latin America: A Primary Source History, Fernando Herrera Calderón

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The Cherished Five In Sikh History, Louis E. Fenech

Submissions from 2020

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Looking For The North American Invasion In Mexico City, Thomas G. Connors and Raúl Isaí Munõz

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The Image Of Guru Nanak In Dadu-Panthi Sources, Louis E. Fenech

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Chinese Identity During The Age Of Division, Sui, And Tang, Charles Holcombe

Submissions from 2019

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A Review by Kenneth Atkinson of Alexandria and Qumran: Back to the Beginning, by Kenneth Silver, Kenneth Atkinson

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The Case for Hyrcanus II as the “Wicked Priest” and a Pirate: Evidence from Neglected Roman Historical Sources, Kenneth Atkinson

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The “Three Nets of Belial” in the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Pre-Qumran Tradition, Kenneth Atkinson

Submissions from 2018

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Abstracts by Kenneth Atkinson of the Josephus Between the Bible and the Mishnah: An Interdisciplinary Seminar, Kenneth Atkinson

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The Gabriel Revelation (Hazon Gabriel): A Reused Masseba Forgery?, Kenneth Atkinson

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Rewriting The History Of The Urban Revolutionary: Documentary Film And Human Rights Activism In Post-Dirty War Society, Fernando Herrera Calderón

Working-Class Heroes: Barrio Consciousness, Student Power, And The Mexican Dirty War, Fernando Herrera Calderón

Submissions from 2017

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Portrayals of the Pharisees and the Sadducees in the Qumran texts and Josephus, Kenneth Atkinson

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Battling Bishops In Catherine II's Russia, Gregory Bruess

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Catholic Women, International Engagement And The Battle For Suffrage In Interwar France: The Case Of The Action Sociale De La Femme And The Union Nationale Pour Le Vote Des Femmes, Emily Machen

Submissions from 2016

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Historical And Chronological Observations On Josephus's Account Of Seleucid History In Antiquities 13.365-371: Its Importance For Understanding The Historical Development Of The Hasmonean State, Kenneth Atkinson

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Sacrifice at Khirbet Qumran and in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Implications for Understanding the Wilderness Tradition and Penitential Prayers, Kenneth Atkinson

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Acts of Courage in World War II: Reviewing World War II through Medal of Honor Stories [Lesson Plan], Thomas G. Connors

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America's National Cemeteries: A Resource Guide for College Instructors [Instructional Guide], Thomas G. Connors

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Battle Cry of Freedom: Honoring African American Military Service in the Civil War [Lesson Plan], Thomas G. Connors

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Diversity and U.S. Forces in World War II: Stories of Courage from Riverside National Cemetery [Lesson Plan], Thomas G. Connors

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Eliza Potter's Story: Remembering the Civil War Fallen at Beaufort, SC [Lesson Plan], Thomas G. Connors

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Memorial Day: Honoring Service and Sacrifice [Lesson Plan], Thomas G. Connors

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Was Medieval China Medieval? (Post-Han To Mid-Tang), Charles Holcombe

Submissions from 2015

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Incident At Galisteo: The 1955 Teapot Series And The Mental Landscape Of Contamination, Leisl Carr Childers

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Ranjit Singh, The Shawl, And The Kaukab-I Iqbāl-I Punjāb, Louis E. Fenech

Annie Wittenmyer And The Twilight Of Evangelical Reform, Robert F. Martin

Submissions from 2014

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A Review by Kenneth Atkinson of Reading the Dead Sea Scrolls: Essays in Method, Society of Biblical Literature, by George J. Brooke, Kenneth Atkinson

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A Review by Kenneth Atkinson of The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Biography, by John J. Collins, Kenneth Atkinson

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Judah Aristobulus and Alexander Jannaeus in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Kenneth Atkinson

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Shelamzion Alexander, Hyrcanus II, and Aristobulus II in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Kenneth Atkinson

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The U.S. Rare Earth Industry: Its Growth And Decline, Joanne Abel Goldman

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Chinese Shogun: Gao Huan (496-547), Charles Holcombe

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French Women And The Global Fight For Faith: Catholic International Religious Outreach In Turn-Of-The-Century France, Emily Machen

Submissions from 2013

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Historical References and Allusions to Foreigners in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Seleucids, Ptolemies, Nabateans, Itureans, and Romans in the Qumran Corpus, Kenneth Atkinson

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The Sikh Z{Dot Below}Afar-Nāmah Of Guru Gobind Singh: A Discursive Blade In The Heart Of The Mughal Empire, Louis E. Fenech

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The Xianbei In Chinese History, Charles Holcombe

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Soldiers Of Faith Behind The Lines: Religious Women And Community Patriotism During The First World War In France, Emily Machen

Submissions from 2012

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The History Of The Zafar-Nāmah Of Guru Gobind Singh, Louis E. Fenech

Submissions from 2011

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Comparative Methods, Michelle C. Flores

Submissions from 2010

Martyrdom: W.H. Mcleod And His Students, Louis E. Fenech

Submissions from 2009

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Precolonial Palm Oil Production And Gender Division Of Labor In Nineteenth-Century Gold Coast And Togoland, Donna J.E. Maier

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Effects Of Extracellular Atp On Bovine Lung Endothelial And Epithelial Cell Monolayer Morphologies, Apoptoses, And Permeabilities, David McClenahan, Kati Hillenbrand, Arvinder Kapur, David Carlton, and Charles Czuprynski

Submissions from 2008

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The Female Indian Killer Memorialized: Hannah Duston And The Nineteenth-Century Feminization Of American Violence, Barbara Cutter

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No Right To Judge: Feminism And The Judiciary In Third Republic France, Sara L. Kimble

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Loathsome Neighbors And Noble Savages: The Monde Inversé Of Antoine De Montchrétien, Charlotte C. Wells

Submissions from 2007

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A Faraway Country: Munich Reconsidered, Donald E. Shepardson

Submissions from 2006

"This Fatal Cake": The Ideals And Realities Of Republican Virtue In Eighteenth-Century America, Trudy Eden

Vows In The Sikh Tradition, Louis E. Fenech and Pashaura Singh

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The Last Lord Of The South: Chen Houzhu (R. 583–589) And The Reunification Of China, Charles Holcombe

Submissions from 2005

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A Romantic's Civil War: John Esten Cooke, Stonewall Jackson, And The Ideal Of Individual "Genius", Wallace Hettle

Submissions from 2004

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Southern Integration: The Sui-Tang (581-907) Reach South, Charles W. Holcombe

Hrotsvit Of Gandersheim And The Problem Of Royal Succession In The East Frankish Kingdom, Jay T. Lees

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Confronting The Marshall Plan: US Business And European Recovery, Jacqueline McGlade

Slavery Would Have Died Of That Music': The Hutchinson Family Singers And The Rise Of Popular-Culture Abolitionism In Early Antebellum-Era America, 1842-1850, Brian Roberts

Submissions from 2003

The Creation Of Heterodoxy: "Pseudo" Mystics' Visualizations Of Catholic Doctrine In Colonial Mexico, Nora Elizabeth Jaffary

Submissions from 2002

Our Corpses, Our Selves: Anatomy And Identity In American Society. [Review Of: Sappol, M. A Traffic Of Dead Bodies: Anatomy And Embodied Social Identity In Nineteenth-Century America. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002], Barbara Cutter

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Immigrants And Strangers: From Cosmopolitanism To Confucian Universalism In Tang China, Charles Holcombe

Submissions from 1998

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"Pillars In The Same Temple And Priests Of The Same Worship": Woman's Rights And The Politics Of Church And State In Antebellum America, Nancy Isenberg

Submissions from 1997

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Early Imperial China's Deep South: The Viet Regions Through Tang Times, Charles Holcombe

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Gender Constructions And Gender Relations In Cotton And Chain-Making In England: A Contested And Varied Terrain, Carol E. Morgan

Submissions from 1996

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The Day Of The Monkey, Japan, 10 July 645, Reinier H. Hesselink

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Billy Sunday And Christian Manliness, Robert F. Martin

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The Domestic Image And Factory Culture: The Cotton District In Mid-Nineteenth-Century England, Carol E. Morgan

Submissions from 1994

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Free Jazz: A Reflection Of Black Power Ideology, John D. Baskerville

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The Artistic Achievement And Historical Position Of Huai-Su's Draft-Script Calligraphy, Ho Ch'ing-Ku and Charles Holcombe

Submissions from 1992

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Who Were The German Independent Socialists? The Leipzig City Council Election Of 6 December 1917, David McKibben

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Women, Work And Consciousness In The Mid-Nineteenth-Century English Cotton Industry, Carol E. Morgan

Submissions from 1989

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Post-Soviet Afghanistan: The Position Of The Minorities, Richard S. Newell

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Women's Responses to the Challenges of Plains Living, Glenda Riley

Submissions from 1987

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At Home on the Range: Essays on the History of Western Social and Domestic Life., Glenda Riley

Submissions from 1986

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Review of Now That the Buffalo's Gone: A Study of Today's American Indians By Alvin M. Josephy, Jr, William H. Graves

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Women On The Panama Trail To California, 1849-1869, Glenda Riley

Submissions from 1985

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Women On The Great Plains Recent Developments Research, Glenda Riley

Submissions from 1983

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Critique Of Southern Society And Vision Of A New Order: The Fellowship Of Southern Churchmen, 1934–1957, Robert F. Martin

Submissions from 1982

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Review of A Harvest Yet to Reap: A History of Prairie Women Researched and compiled by Linda Rasmussen, Lorna Rasmussen, Candace Savage, and Anne wheeler, Glenda Riley

Submissions from 1980

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“Not Gainfully Employed”: Women On The Iowa Frontier, 1833-1870, Glenda Riley

Submissions from 1978

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Socialism In The French Countryside: A Continuing Debate, Roy E. Sandstrom