Ex Post Facto: Volume XV (2006)


Book Reviews and Historiography

Review: Lucinda McCray Beier's "Sufferers & Healers: The Experience of Illness in Seventeenth-Century England"
Timothy A. Kellogg

Historiography: Is the Origin of Capitalism "Eurocentric?" A Review of Recent Debates in Socio-Economic History
Peter S. Gray

Managing Editors

Rhiannon Anderson
Michael T. Caires

Editorial Board

Benjamin Brown
Matrin Burke
Sierra Gehrke
Kayleigh Henson
Rebecca Hodges
Peter Johnson
Wojciech T. Kawalek
Timothy Kellogg
Jonathan Krupp
Thomas Ladd
Sarah Lara-Toney
Marc McGinnis
Steven Myers
Kevin Mummey
Jacob Richards
Elizabeth Rodoni
Megan Schultz
Ryan Tripp
Jared Taylor
Lauren Woods

Layout Editor

Rhiannon Anderson
Piret Saagpakk
Jaanika Tigasson

Faculty Advisor Christopher Waldrep

Organization Cooperation, and Administration in the Arvin Migratory Labor Camp
Thomas Dorrance

Coming to Terms with Cannabis: A discursive History of the 1937 Marihuana Tax Act
Ari Cushner

Not One Man in American Believed Him: On the Historical Misunderstanding of John Adams, with an Apologia
Daniel Frontino Elash

The Roman Cult of Mithras: Religious Phenomenon and Brotherhood
Giovanna Palombo

A Corruption of Morals: The Boston Massacre in the Social Imagination of Resistance and Revolution
Ryan Tripp