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since the French Revolution). Of the two remaining Studies,
one, by Harold J. Laski, dealt with "the problem of administra-
tion areas" and the other with the history of the Smith College
department of history and government from 1875 to 1920.
Special emphasis was given to "regional" history. The first
volume of the Studies was an "Introduction of the History of
Connecticut as a Manufacturing State," and during the last
years the results of the research of the Connecticut Valley
Council of Industrial Studies have been published in the Studies.
But from the beginning the Studies intended to cover as wide
a field in historical scholarship as possible. The second year
of publication started with Sidney B. Fay's "The Hohenzollern
Household and Administration in the Sixteenth Century," and
before long, monographs as varied at William D. Gray's "Study
of the Life of Hadrian prior to his Accession" and Elizabeth
A. Foster's "Le dernier sjour, de J. J. Rousseau a Paris 1770-
1778" appeared under the imprint of the Smith College Studies.
As to the fields covered, the following Studies may give a suf-
ficient suggestion: Marcus Hansen, "German Schemes of Col-
onization Before 1860"; J. Fred Rippy, "The Historical
Background of the American Policy of Isolation"; Merle Curti,
"Bryan and World Peace"; Eunice M. Shuster, "Native Ameri-
can Anarchism"; Sidney R. Packard, "Records of the Norman
Exchequer, 1199-1204"; Vera L. Brown, "Studies in the History
of Spain in the Second Half of the 18th Century"; Florence A.
Gragg and Leona C. Gabel, "The Commentaries of Pius II";
L. S. Stavrianos, "Balkan Federation."
The Smith College Studies in History aim primarily to afford
a medium for publication by present and former members of
the Smith College faculty and by former students of the col-
lege. Contributors are invited to communicate with Professor
Hans Kohn, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. Complete
lists of the fifty-five works so far published will be sent upon re-
quest by the Smith College Library, Northampton, Mass. Orders
for copies or requests for exchange should also be addressed to
the Smith College Library.
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