J. Michael Raley and Anthony Miller, "Foreword"
Creek J. Arthur, "The Way to the Heart: Food's Impact on Culture in the Ancient World"
Jessica Djessa, "United, Divided, and on a Path Back to Reconciliation: The Introduction of Ethnic Division during Colonialism and Its Effect on Post-Colonial Rwanda"
Gulce Tilbe Esikara, "Alevism and Secularism in Turkey"
Tad Johnson, "The Roles of Children in Transitioning from Gatherer-Hunter to Agricultural Society"
Ellie Moorman, "The Victims of Jack the Ripper: The Casualties of the "Purification" of Society due to the Second Industrial Revolution"
Luke Sherer, "Ra-Ra-Rasputin: The Fall of a Hyper-Sexualized Interpretation"
Allison Stogsdill, "Imperialism in Africa: The Hidden Role it Played in the Development of WWI"
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