1 August 2005 - Monday

History Carnival XIII

The thirteenth History Carnival is up at WILLisms.

A sample of the entries, starting from the bottom of the list this time:

Alterior examines the life of that venerable ailment, tuberculosis >>

Lewis Hyde looks at early modern ideas about individual talent and intellectual property >>

Sharon Howard shares a collection of Stuart-era political poetry >>

Antti Leppänen questions some inflated accounts of the Japanese occupation of Korea >>

Dan Melson tries to compare the origins of Christianity and Islam >>

Nathanael Robinson contextualizes Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan >>

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