The Swiss American Historical Society Review (SAHSR) is published 3 times yearly. The Review is dedicated to articles, reviews, obituaries, and reports dealing with the topics of interest to the Society.
The Review is available online through the America: History and Life database.
Kurt Winkler, Albert Einstein in Switzerland: The Education of the Most Famous Swiss American
William E. Herman, The Ideas of Jean Piaget: Using Theory to Better Understand Theory and Improve Learning
Stephen P. Halbrook, The Swiss Confederation in the Eyes of America’s Founders
Michael Dondzila, To Make This Land Our Own: Community, Identity, and Cultural Adaptation in Purrysburg Township, South Carolina, 1732-1865 by Arlin C. Migliazzo
Martin Kalb, A Laboratory of Liberty: The Transformation of Political culture in Republican Switzerland by Marc H. Lerner
Hannah Schultz, Boundaries of Faith: Catholics and Protestants in the Diocese of Geneva by Jill Fehleison
Leo Schelbert, Magdener Familien 1600-1875 und ihre Stammbaume by Werner Rothweiler
Fred Jenny, Paradise Bird in the Golden Cage by Kurt L. Wyss-Labasque
Jonathan D. Neu, Three Months in the Confederate Army by Henry Hotze
June 2012: Special Issue
America Guide by Johann Rudolf Ochs
Martha Kümin-Jurt, Ufnau. An Island in Switzerland’s Lake Zurich—a Hamlet in the American State of Texas.
Mario Kessler, Ernst Engelberg: Historian and Anti-Nazi Activist: 1909–2010.
Laura Fair-Schulz, Graven Images, Amish Aesthetics, and the “Affirmative Lie.”
Mark G. Spencer, Gallatin: America’s Swiss Founding Father. by Nicholas Dungan
Dwight Page, Editor, Wenn Du absolut nach Amerika willst, so gehe in Gottesnamen! by Christa Landert
Axel Fair-Schulz, Valkyrie Re-Considered: Hollywood, Historical Complexity and Popular Culture.
48th Annual Meeting of the Swiss American Historical Society.
- “Swiss American Presence at the Battle of Shiloh,” by Dr. H. Dwight Page
- “Henry Wirz and Andersonville: The Career of the Most Controversial Swiss American,” by Dr. Albert Winkler
- “Considering Swiss Neutrality in World War One,” by Brian Wages
- “Heidi and Seek: Cases of Espionage and Covert Operations in Switzerland, 1795–1995,” by Brian Champion