Table of contents for Interactions : transregional perspectives on world history / edited by Jerry H. Bentley, Renate Bridenthal, and Anand A. Yang.

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Table of Contents	
Acknowledgements	4
Regional Histories, Global Processes, Cross-Cultural Interactions	6
	Jerry H. Bentley 
From Archaic Globalization to International Networks, c. 1600-2000	25	
	C.A. Bayly
Sufi Brotherhoods: Trans-cultural/Trans-state Networks in the Muslim World
	John O. Voll
Cotton: A Global History	75
	Sven Beckert
From Red Crosses to Golden Arches: China, the Red Cross, and the Hague Peace 
Conference, 1899-1900	99
	Caroline Reeves
Constructing Africa: African American Writers Before Emancipation	144
	Colin Palmer	
Migration Control and the Globalization of Borders: China and the United States, 
1898-1911		169
	Adam McKeown
Smuggling and Its Discontents	206
	Alan L. Karras
Cartographies of Connection: Ocean Maps as Metaphors for Inter-Area History
	Kären Wigen
Chronology, Crossroads, and Commonwealths: World Regional Schemes and the 
Lessons of Caucasia	249
	Stephen H. Rapp, Jr.
Regimes of World Order: Global Integration and the Production of Difference in 
Twentieth-Century World History	299
	Charles Bright and Michael Geyer
Contributors	336

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Area studies -- Congresses.
Intercultural communication -- Congresses.
Intercultural communication -- Case studies -- Congresses.