This epilogue to the special issue of JMEMS, “Microhistory and the Historical Imagination: New Frontiers,” comments on the essays, which trace the frontiers of microhistory. While they embrace the essence of microhistorical practice in their commitment to microanalysis, agency, and the power of the small to clarify large issues, they also exhibit new possibilities for writing gender history, literary history, and global history.

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