The Results Are In
Recently, subscribers to American Speech, Ethnohistory, French Historical Studies, and Labor voted on the most-read articles of 2016 that had the greatest influence on their teaching and research work in the past year. Check out the articles, made freely available.
“‘Good Old Immigrants of Yesteryear,’ Who Didn’t Learn English: Germans In Wisconsin” by Miranda E. Wilkerson and Joseph Salmons (2008)
“Hybrid Cosmologies in Mesoamerica: A Reevaluation of the Yax Cheel Cab, a Maya World Tree,” by Timothy W. Knowlton and Gabrielle Vail (2010)
French Historical Studies
“‘They Are Undesirables’: Local and National Responses to Gypsies during World War II” by Shannon L. Fogg (2008)
“The Unknown Origins of the March on Washington: Civil Rights Politics and the Black Working Class” by William P. Jones (2010)
Thank you to all who voted!
Most-Read Articles of 2016
What were the most-read articles in 2016 from all Duke University Press journals? Check out the top 10 articles, made freely available for 2017.