J. Michael Raley and Anthony Miller, "Foreword"
Abigail Corder, "The Impact of Serfdom on the Russian Empire: The Social, Political, and Economic Struggles from Russia’s 'Backwardness'”
Alex Miller, "The Feminine Ideal in the Heian Period of Japan"
Julianna Mussa, "Changing Dynasties, Consistent Values: The Ideals and Beliefs of Ancient Egypt and Their Consistency"Lexi Traylor, "Rivers, Gods, and River Gods: A Source of Egyptian Optimism"
Delaney Benner, "Richard I and Marriage: How Richard I Used Marriage to Benefit Himself During the Third Crusade"Jace Lichtefeld, "Individualism, Consumerism, Commercialism, Nationalism, and Pottery"
Bradley Hancock, "Major Engagements of the German and Irish Soldiers in the American Civil War"
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