The SHAFR Guide Online

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Subject: History

The SHAFR Guide Online: An Annotated Bibliography of U.S. Foreign Relations since 1600 is a near-comprehensive, 2.1 million-word online annotated bibliography of historical work covering the entire span of U.S. foreign relations. It aims to jump-start the research of both students from high school to graduate school as well as the most advanced scholars.

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  • Chapter 1. Reference Works, Bibliographies, Overviews, and Syntheses
  • by Deborah Kisatsky
  • Chapter 2. The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries and the American Revolution
  • by Emily Conroy-Krutz
  • Chapter 3. From the Confederation to the Civil War
  • by Robert W. Smith and Donald A. Rakestraw
  • Chapter 4. United States Relations with Europe, 1815-1914
  • by Lelia M. Roeckell
  • Chapter 5. The United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean, 1815-1900
  • by Benjamin A. Coates
  • Chapter 6. The United States, Asia, and the Pacific, 1815-1919
  • by Dong Wang
  • Chapter 7. U.S. Relations with Africa and the Middle East, 1815-1919
  • by George White, Jr.
  • Chapter 8. Expansion and Diplomacy after the Civil War, 1865-1914
  • by Nicole M. Phelps
  • Chapter 9. The United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean, 1900-1941
  • by Stephen M. Streeter
  • Chapter 10. The United States, World War I, and the Peace Settlement, 1914-1920
  • by Jennifer D. Keene
  • Chapter 11. The United States, the Middle East, and Africa between the World Wars
  • by Eric J. Morgan
  • Chapter 12. The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars
  • by Zach Fredman
  • Chapter 13. The United States and Wartime Diplomacy, 1941-1945
  • by Andrew Johnstone
  • Chapter 14. The United States and the Early Cold War, 1945-1961
  • by Chester J. Pach
  • Chapter 15. The United States and the Korean War
  • by James I. Matray
  • Chapter 16. United States Foreign Relations in the Kennedy-Johnson Era, Excluding the Vietnam War
  • by Marc J. Selverstone
  • Chapter 17. The United States and the Vietnam War
  • by Jessica M. Chapman
  • Chapter 18. The United States in the Nixon-Ford Era: Conflict and Détente
  • by James Cameron
  • Chapter 19. The United States, Latin America, and The Caribbean Since 1961
  • by Jim Siekmeier with assistance from Lindsay Deering
  • Chapter 20. The U.S., Japan, Korea, and the Pacific since 1961
  • by Midori Yoshii
  • Chapter 21. The United States, South Asia, Indonesia, and the Philippines since 1961
  • by Paula Banerjee
  • Chapter 22. The United States, North Africa, and the Middle East since 1961
  • by Paul Thomas Chamberlin
  • Chapter 23. The United States and Sub-Saharan Africa since 1961
  • by John C. Stoner
  • Chapter 24. The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War
  • by Qiang Zhai
  • Chapter 25. The United States, the New Cold War, and the End of the Cold War, from Carter to George H. W. Bush
  • by John Sbardellati
  • Chapter 26. The Multipolar Era: Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama
  • by David Kieran
  • Chapter 27. Race, Gender, and Culture in U.S. Foreign Relations
  • by Amanda Boczar
  • Chapter 28. Economic Issues and U.S. Foreign Relations
  • by Daniel Sargent
  • Chapter 29. Domestic Issues, the Congress, and Public Opinion in U.S. Foreign Policy
  • by James M. McCormick
  • Chapter 30. U.S. Foreign Relations and Non-Governmental Actors
  • by Sheyda F. A. Jahanbani
    Preface and acknowledgements
    by Alan McPherson, General Editor