“Around the World in Fifty Volumes” by Robert Coronado, Jr., Cole Costello, Matthew Dominguez, Daniel Palodichuk, and Marina Marquez Saban. Influenced by generative AI software programs and executed with our own photography, this cover celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of Perspectives: A Journal of Historical Inquiry. The photographs were taken at Special Collections of Cal State LA’s John F. Kennedy Memorial Library; with its vast collection of books, journals, and archival materials, this was a fitting location to celebrate fifty years of student research. The globe represents the disparate locations and diverse cultures explored by generations of Cal State LA History students who have contributed their scholarship to the journal since 1973.
- Dangerous Rumors: How German-Americans During WWII Faced Accusations of Disloyalty and Espionage
- Traditionally Radical: The Butte Miner's Union, the Western Federation of Miners, and Irish Nationalism, 1878-1914
- Natural Empire: First Impressions of Indigenous Knowledge in Las Californias in the Eighteenth Century
- Hidden Voices: Re-examining the Conquest of the Philippines
- Defining Thirteenth-Century Chivalry: Crusader Justification for the Fourth Crusade, 1198-1204
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