This series of books is published by Oxford University Press. Each volume focuses on a historical topic that has been substantially reinterpreted as a result of recent scholarship. The series is designed to offer students and the public a better understanding of how and why historical thinking changes.
The first book in the series is Making Sense of the Vietnam War: Local, National, and Transnational Perspectives, edited by Mark Philip Bradley and Marilyn B. Young. It features essays on American intervention, the coming of the war, and endless wars. It is available in both hardback and paper bound from the Oxford University Press.
The second volume, The Atlantic World: A Critical Appraisal, is now available also.