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Thomas Adam is professor of transnational history at the University of Texas at Arlington.
1 Comparative History, Intercultural Transfer Studies, and Global History: Three Modes of Conceptualizing History beyond the Nation StateGabriele Lingelbach2 A Comparative Spatial Analysis of Transnational Coupling during the Nineteenth and Twentieth CenturiesNicole Léopoldie3 “Carrying the Green Bough” - The Transnational Exile of the United Irishmen, 1791-1806Muiris MacGiollabhui4 The Life and Death of a Network: Mapping Fin-de-Siècle Czech Social Democracy between Chicago and PragueAlexander Langstaff5 Making a Foreign Idea Your Own: The Transnational Transfer of Soccer into ArgentinaBrandon Blakeslee6 The Life of Marie Munk (1885–1978): Working Across and Within National Borders as a Women’s Rights ActivistSusanne Quitmann7 Nazi Europeanism as Transnational Collaboration and Transnational MemoryJosh Klein8 “No Propaganda Story”: The Prehistory of American Holocaust Consciousness in Textbooks, 1940-1962Ryan Abt9 Pioneers in Exile: Missionary Mobility as Containment and Integration in East and Southeast Asia, 1951-1969Anthony Miller10 “Free Angela Davis!”: Soviet Citizens Embrace America’s Most Controversial Civil Rights ActivistLiana Kirillova11 Transnational Crime: History in the MakingMarion PluskotaIndexAbout the ContributorsAbout the Editor