Ex Post Facto: Volume XI (2002)

Managing Editors

Rachel Van
Ann Wilson

Editorial Board

Jennifer Cullison
J. Stephan Edwards
Brenda Frink
Laura Garrett
Joel Goldman
Sandra Henderson
Bonar Hernandez
Michelle Hill
Michelle Kleehammer
Jennie Lounibos
George Malachowski
Joseph Mullin
Joy o' Donnell
John Skovgaard
Ethan Spanier
John Ulloa
Alicia Vosberg
Jayson Waller

Layout Editor Georoge Malachowski
Faculty Advisor  Christopher Waldrep

20 Juli: The Politics Of a Coup
Jacob Pemberton

Forgotten American Observance: Remembering the First of August
David Roberts

"God Give Us Men!": Manliness, the American Protective Association, and Catholicism in San Francisco, 1893 - 1906
Brenda D. Frank

The Groans of the Britons: Toward the British Civitates Period, Circa 406-455 C.E.
Kevin Mummey

Settlement Work in a Union Town: Lucile Eaves, The San Francisco Settlement Association, and the Organized Labor, 1894-1906
Ann Wilson

A Woman is Wise: The Influence of Civic and Christian Humanism on the Education of Women in Northern Italy and England during the Renaissance
J. Stephan Edwards

Back to the Future: The Beginning of History and the First Global Citizen
David Wallace

Bananas, Ports, and Railroads: A Historiographical Essay on the United Fruit Company in Guatemala, 1901-1944
Bonar Hernandez

I, Too, Am a Man: The Forging of "Republican" Masculinities in the "American" Laboring Classes
Joseph Mullin

Review: J. Morgan Kousser's "Colorblind Injustice: Minority Voting Rights and the Undoing of the Second Reconstruction"
Rachel Van

Review: Peter Novick's "That Noble Dream: The 'Objectivity Question' and the American Historical Profession"
Ann Wilson

Review: Timothy Burke's "Lifebouy Men, Lux Women: The Commodification, Consumption, and Cleanliness in Modern Zimbabwe"
Joseph Mullin