Warren I. Cohen, ed.
NEW YORK AND CHICHESTER, WEST SUSSEX:
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1996
407 PAGES + CHAPTER ENDNOTES + INDEX
Reviewed by Vincent Kelly Pollard
Can debates over the “research agenda” of American and Asian historians of U.S. relations with East and Southeast Asian countries stimulate college students’ critical thinking skills? Yes! Lively reviews of trends in transregional historiography can support the learning objectives of upper-division international history, comparative foreign policy, or Vietnam War courses. Discussions and debates outlined in Pacific Passage: The Study of American-East Asian Relations on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century provide such an opportunity.