By Ellen Perecman, Sara R. Curran
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Isacoff shows that in all the studies to which Snyder refers, there is no evidence for the core claim of the book, and he goes on to say, the conclusion that Snyder logically draws from the evidence he cites is not the one for which he ostensibly argues. . Where was the foreign policy “logroll” in the development of Vietnam policy? The answer seems to be that it is indeed missing from the sources Snyder had at his disposal when he wrote Myths of Empire. (Isacoff 2002, pp. 163–179) In going back over the sources, Isacoff finds that the main works Snyder referenced tend to prove the opposite of what Snyder asserts.
In Law in Colonial Africa, edited by K. Mann and R. Roberts. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational Books. qxd 20 12/22/2005 3:22 PM Page 20 Ellen Perecman ♦ Sara Curran Marks, Shula. (1989). Not Either an Experimental Doll. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Vaughan, Megan. (1991). ” In Curing Their Ills: Colonial Power and African Illness. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Bibliography: Archives 6. National and Regional Archives Barnett, Michael. (1990). ” World Politics 42(4), 529–562.
There is no point in the 20th century where the border guards of the day kept men and, later, women from crossing disciplinary boundaries. I document the common interpretive frameworks across disciplines at great length for the fields we now call international studies, area studies, and development studies, and it is not hard to see convergence. The convergence of debates is easy to see more generally in historians’ studies of the social sciences in the United States (Vitalis 2002). Unfortunately, few social scientists have read Peter Novick or Dorothy Ross, who have written histories of the historical profession and the social sciences.