Journal of Social History DATINI

The Journal of Social History

Pittsburgh, Carnegie-Mellon University
ISSN: 0022-4529
Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
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Consistenza: v. 14, 1980/81-

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v. 44, 2010, 2



Julia L. Foulkes, An Introduction, p. 319-325

Mark Tebeau, Sculpted Landscapes: Art & Place in Cleveland’s Cultural Gardens, 1916-2006, p. 327-350
Benjamin Looker, Microcosms of Democracy: Imagining the City Neighborhood in World War II-Era America, p. 351-378
Alison Isenberg, Controversy and the Liberation of Civic Design in the 1960s, p. 379-412
Julia L. Foulkes, Streets and Stages: Urban Renewal and the Arts After World War II, p. 413-434

Sarah Schrank, Public Art at the Global Crossroads: The Politics of Place in 1930s Los Angeles, p. 435-457
Glenn Reynolds, “Africa Joins the World”: The Missionary Imagination and the Africa Motion Picture Project in Central Africa, 1937-9, p. 459-479
Fabiana Serviddio, Exhibiting Identity: Latin America Between the Imaginary and the Real, p. 481-498
Julie Nicoletta, Art Out of Place: International Art Exhibits at the New York World’s Fair of 1964-1965, p. 499-519

Gregory Shaya, How to Make an Anarchist-Terrorist: An Essay on the Political Imaginary in Fin-de-Siècle France, p. 521-543
Yvette Florio Lane, “No Fertile Soil for Pathogens”: Rayon, Advertising, and Biopolitics in Late Weimar Germany, p. 545-562
Sun Joo Kim, Culture of Remembrance in Late Choson Korea: Bringing an Unknown War Hero Back into History, p. 563-585

Reviews, p. 587

v. 44, 2010, 1

Laura Hirshbein, “We Mentally Ill Smoke a Lot”: Identity, Smoking, and Mental Illness in America, p. 7
Adrienne Phelps Coco, Diseased, Maimed, Mutilated: Categorizations of Disability and an Ugly Law in Late Nineteenth-Century Chicago, p. 23
Katharina Vester, Regime Change: Gender, Class, and the invention of Dieting in Post-Bellum America, p. 39
Julilly Kohler-Hausmann, “The Attila the Hun Law”: New York’s Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Making of a Punitive State, p. 71

Stephen Robertson, Shane White, Stephen Garton, Graham White, This Harlem Life: Black Families and Everyday Life in the 1920s and 1930s, p. 97
Jeffrey S. Adler, “Bessie Done Cut Her Old Man”: Race, Common-Law Marriage, and Homicide in New Orleans, 1925-1945, p. 123

Leigh Michael Harrison, Factory Music: How the Industrial Geography and Working-Class Environment of Post-War Birmingham Fostered the Birth of Heavy Metal, p. 145
Niklas Frykman, The Mutiny on the Hermione: Warfare, Revolution, and Treason in the Royal Navy, p. 159
Douglas Hart, Sociability and “Separate Spheres” on the North Atlantic: The Interior Architecture of British Atlantic Liners, 1840-1930, p. 189
Simone Caron, ‘Killed by its Mother’: Infanticide in Providence County, Rhode Island, 1870 to 1938, p. 213

Review Essay, p. 239
Reviews, p. 247

v. 43, 2010, 4

Adam Mack, “Speaking of tomatoes”: Supermarkets, the Senses, and Sexual Fantasy in Modern America, p. 815
Nathan Michael Corzine, Right at Home: Freedom and Domesticity in the Language and Imagery of Beer Advertising 1933-1960, p. 843
David K. Johnson, Physique Pioneers: The Politics of 1960s Gay Consumer Culture, p. 867
Ander Delgado, The Road to Modern Consumer Society: Changes in Everyday Life in the Rural Basque Country in the Early Twentieth Century, p. 893

Daniel Rivers, “In the Best Interests of the Child”: Lesbian and Gay Parenting Custody Cases, 1967-1985, p. 917
Michelle Mouton, From Adventure and Advancement to Derailment and Demotion: Effects of Nazi Gender Policy on Women’s Careers and Lives, p. 945

Brian McCammack, “My God, they must have riots on those things all the time”: African American Geographies and Bodies on Northern Urban Public Transportation, 1915-1940, p. 973
Seth Garfield, The Environment of Wartime Migration: Labor Transfers from the Brazilian Northeast to the Amazon During World War II, p. 989
Ethan Blue, A Parody on the Law: Organized Labor, the Convict Lease, and Immigration in the Making of the Texas State Capitol, p. 1021

Andrew Piper, “Mind-Forg’d Manacles”: The Mechanics of Control Inside Late-Nineteenth Century Tasmanian Charitable Institutions, p. 1045

Reviews, p. 1065

v. 43, 2010, 3

Jeffrey Brooks, The Russian Nation Imagined: The Peoples of Russia as Seen in Popular Imagery, 1860s-1890s, p. 535
Nicole Hudgins, A Historical Approach to Family Photography: Class and Individuality in Manchester and Lille, 1850-1914, p. 559
Christina Firpo, Crises of Whiteness and Empire in Colonial Indochina: The Removal of Abandoned Eurasian Children From the Vietnamese Milieu, 1890-1956, p. 587
Gerrit Verhoeven, Calvinist Pilgrimages and Popish Encounters: Religious Identity and Sacred Space on the Dutch Grand tour (1598-1685), p. 615

Harvey J. Graff, The Literacy Myth at Thirty, p. 635
Joonseo Song, Rule of Inclusion: The Politics of Postwar Stalinist Care in Magnitogorsk, 1945-1953, p. 663

Jessica Warner, Evangelical Male Friendships in America’s First Age of Reform, p. 681
Max Weiss, Practicing Sectarianism in Mandate Lebanon: Shici Cemeteries, Religious Patrimony, and the Everyday Politics of Difference, p. 707

Reviews, p. 735

v. 43, 2009, 2

Carlo Marco Belfanti, The Civilization of Fashion: At the Origins of a Western Social Institution, p. 261
Ville Kivimäki, Tuomas Tepora, War of Hearts: Love and Collective Attachment as Integrating Factors in Finland During World War II, p. 285

Kim England, Kate Boyer, Women’s Work: The Feminization and Shifting Meanings of Clerical Work, p. 307
Irina Mukhina, New Losses, New Opportunities: (Soviet) Women in the Shuttle Trade, 1987-1998, p. 341
Amanda E. Herbert, Gender and the Spa: Space, Sociability and Self at British Health Spas, 1640-1714, p. 361

Paul Knepper, A Few Detectives Would Be Very Useful: Crime, Immorality, and Policing in Valletta, 1881-1914, p. 385
Christian Henriot, ‘Invisible Deaths, Silent Deaths’: ‘Bodies Without Masters’ in Republican Shanghai, p. 407
John Carter Wood, Those Who Have Had Trouble Can Sympathise with You: Press Writing, Reader Responses and a Murder Trial in Interwar Britain, p. 439

Reviews, p. 463

v. 43, 2009, 1

Phoebe Kropp, Wilderness Wives and Dishwashing Husbands: Comfort and the Domestic Arts of Camping in America, 1880-1910, p. 5
Sarah Amato, The White Elephant in London: An Episode of Trickery, Racism and Advertising, p. 31
Steve Tripp, “The Most Popular Unpopular Man in Baseball”: Baseball Fans and Ty Cobb in the Early 20th Century, p. 67

Bethan Hindson, Attitudes towards Menstruation and Menstrual Blood in Elizabethan England, p. 89
Samuel S. Thomas, Early Modera Midwifery: Splitting the Profession, Connecting the History, p. 115

Christopher R. Corley, On the Threshold: Youth as Arbiters of Urban Space in Early Modera France, p. 139
Alison K. Smith, Authority in a Serf Village: Peasants, Managers, and the Role of Writing in Early Nineteenth Century Russia, p. 157

Sharia M. Fett, Race, Medicine and the South, p. 175
Michael B. Katz, Can America Ecucate Itself Out of Inequality?, p. 183

Reviews, p. 195

v. 42, 2009, 4

David Prior, “Crete the Opening Wedge”: Nationalism and International Affairs in Postbellum America, p. 861
Sandra Swart, “The Terrible Laughter of the Afrikaner” – towards a Social History of Humor, p. 889

Fabienne Giuliani, Monsters in the Village? Incest in Nineteenth Century France, p. 919
John C. Weaver Doug Munro, Country Living, Country Dying: Rural Suicides in New Zealand, 1900-1950, p. 933

Haia Shpayer-Makov, Journalists and Polke Detectives in Victorian and Edwardian England: An Uneasy Reciprocai Relationship, p. 963
Janet E. Mullin, “We Had Carding”: Hospitable Card Play and Polite Domestic Sociability Among the Middling Sort in Eighteenth-Century England, p. 989
Jelle Haemers, Factionalism and State Power in the Flemish Revolt (1482-1492), p. 1009

Reviews, p. 1041

v. 42, 2009, 3

Lisa Kazmier, Leading the World: The Role of Britain and the First World War in Promoting the “Modern Cremation” Movement, p. 557
Joanna Bourke, Divine Madness: The Dilemma of Religious Scruples in Twentieth-Century America and Britain, p. 581

Brenda Elsey, The Independent Republic of Football: The Politics of Neighborhood Clubs in Santiago, Chile, 1948-1960, p. 605
Patrick Young, Fashioning Heritage: Regional Costume and tourism in Brittany, 1890-1937, p. 631
Valeria Manzano, The Blue Jean Generation: Youth, Gender, and Sexuality in Buenos Aires, 1958-1975, p. 657
Melissa Bellanta, Leary Kin: Australian Larrikins and the Blackface Minstrel Dandy, p. 677

Amy Chazkel, Social Life and Civic Education in the Rio de Janeiro City Jail, p. 697
Shona Kelly Wray, Instruments of Concord: Making Peace and Settling Disputes Through a Notary in the City and Contado of Late Medieval Bologna, p. 733

Edmund Ramsden, Jon Adams, Escaping the Laboratory: The Rodent Experiments of John B. Calhoun & Their Cultural Influence, p. 761

Reviews p. 793

v. 42, 2008, 2

Dawn Keetley, From Anger to Jealousy: Explaining Domestic Homicide in Antebellum America, p. 269
Peter N. Stearns, Texas and Virginia: A Bloodied Window into Changes in American Public Life, p. 299
J. Michael Rhyne, “Conduct… Inexcusable and Unjustifiable”: Bound Children, Battered Freedwomen, and the Limits of Emancipation in Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region, p. 319

Susan J. Pearson, “Infantile Specimens”: Showing Babies in Nineteenth-Century America, p. 341
Bryan Ganaway, Engineers or Artists?: toys, Class and Technology in Wilhelmine Germany, p. 371
Rineke van Daalen, Wendie Shaffer, Children and their Educators: Changing Relations in a Meritocratizing World, p. 403
Laura Curran, Longing to “Belong”: Foster Children in Mid-Century Philadelphia (1946-1963), p. 425

Evgeni Radushev, “Peasant” Janissaries?, p. 447
Enid Lynette Logan, The 1899 Cuban Marriage Law Contro versy: Church, State and Empire in the Crucible of Nation, p. 469

Reviews, p. 495

v. 42, 2008, 1

Daniel E. Bender, Perils of Degeneration: Reform, the Savage Immigrant, and the Survival of the Unfit, p. 5

Peter Alegi, Rewriting Patriarchal Scripts: Women, Labor, and Popular Culture in South African Clothing Industry Beauty Contests, 1970s-2005, p. 31
Andrew W. Kahrl, The Political Work of Leisure: Class, Recreation, and African American Commemoration at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, 1881-1931, p. 57
Frederick Douglass, Opie, Eating, Dancing, and Courting in New York Black and Latino Relations, 1930-1970, p. 79

Jan Dumolyn, “Criers and Shouters”. The Discourse on Radical Urban Rebels in Late Medieval Flanders, p. 111
Richard Latner, The Long and Short of Salem Witchcraft: Chronology and Collective Violence in 1692, p. 137

David Lowenthal, “The Marriage of Choice and the Marriage of Convenance”: A New England Puritan Views Risorgimento Italy, p. 157

Ibram Rogers, The Marginalization of the Black Campus Movement, p. 175
Whitney Strub, Further into the Right: The Ever-Expanding Historiography of the U.S. New Right, p. 183

Reviews, p. 195

v. 41, 2008, 4

Mark D. Steinberg, Melancholy and Modernity: Emotions and Social Life in Russia Between the Revolutions, p. 813
Sean A. Scott, “Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Cure”: Northern Civilian Perspectives on Death and Eternity During the Civil War, p. 843

Rebecca Herzig, Subjected to the Current: Batteries, Bodies, and the Early History of Electriflcation in the United States, p. 867
Beverly Lemire, Giorgio Riello, East & West: Textiles and Fashion in Early Modera Europe, p. 887
Yoav Di-Capua, Common Skies Divided Horizons: Aviation, Class and Modernity in Early Twentieth Century Egypt, p. 917
Lee Ann Lands, Be a Patriot, Buy a Home: Re-Imagining Home Owners and Home Ownership in Early 20th Century Atlanta, p. 943

Blake Slonecker, The Columbia Coalition: African Americans, New Leftists, and Counterculture at the Columbia University Protest of 1968, p. 967
Jaime Schultz, The Legend of Jack Trice and the Campaign for Jack Trice Stadium, 1973-1984, p. 997
Christine Arnold-Lourie, “A Madman’s Deed-A Maniac’s Hand”: Gender and Justice in Three Maryland Lynchings, p. 1031

Reviews, p. 1047

v. 41, 2008, 3

Jan Logemann, Different Paths to Mass Consumption: Consumer Credit in the United States and West Germany during the 1950s and ’60s, p. 525
Christine Varga-Harris, Homemaking and the Aesthetic and Moral Perimeters of the Soviet Home during the Khrushchev Era, p. 561
Dominique Moran, Hewn from Stone: (Re) Presenting Soviet Material Cultures and Identities, p. 591
John Griffiths, Popular Culture and Modernity: Dancing in New Zealand Society 1920-1945, p. 611

Mary Ann Mahony, Creativity under Constraint: Enslaved Afro-Brazilian Families in Brazil’s Cacao Area, 1870-1890, p. 633
Jana Byars, The Long and Varied Relationship of Andrea Mora and Anzola Davide: Concubinage, Marriage and the Authorities in the Early Modera Veneto, p. 667
Jane Haggis, Margaret Alien, Imperial Emotions: Affective Communities of Mission in British Protestant Women’s Missionary Publications c. 1880-1920, p. 691

Meerkerk Nederveen, Ariadne Elise van Schmidt, 1972 – Between Wage Labor and Vocation: Child Labor in Dutch Urban Industry, 1600-1800, p. 717
Eugene Y. Park, Status and “Defunct” Offices in Early Modera Korea: The Case of Five Guards Generals (Owijang), 1864-1910, p. 737

Reviews p. 759

v. 41, 2007, 2

Frances Clarke, So Lonesome I Could Die: Nostalgia and Debates Over Emotional Control in the Civil War North, p. 253

Mike Huggins, Betting, Sport and the British, 1918-1939, p. 283
Zephyr Frank, Layers, Flows and Intersections: Jeronymo José de Mello and Artisan Life in Rio de Janeiro, 1840s-1880s, p. 307

Julilly Kohler-Hausmann, “The Crime of Survival”: Fraud Prosecutions, Community Surveillance and the Original “Welfare Queen”, p. 329
Henrice Altink, “I Did Not Want to Face the Shame of Exposure”: Gender Ideologies and Child Murder in Post-Emancipation Jamaica, p. 355

Michael Guasco, To “doe some good upon their countrymen”: The Paradox of Indian Slavery in Early Anglo America, p. 389
Alexander Maxwell, National Endogamy and Double Standards: Sexuality and Nationalism in East-Central Europe during the 19th Century, p. 413

Reviews, p. 435
Article Abstracts, p. 511

v. 41, 2007, 1

David Nash, Analyzing the History of Religious Crime: Models of “Passive” and “Active” Blasphemy since the Medieval Period, p. 5
Greg T. Smith, Expanding the Compass of Domestic Violence in the Hanoverian Metropolis, p. 31

Karen Y. Morrison, Creating an Alternative Kinship: Slavery, Freedom, and Nineteenth-Century Afro-Cuban Hijos Naturales, p. 55
Julia Gaffield, Complexities of Imagining Haiti: A Study of National Constitutions, 1801-1807, p. 81
John C. McWilliams, “Men of Colour”: Race, Riots, and Black Firefighters’ Struggle for Equality from the AFA to the Valiants, p. 105

Deirdre Clemente, Made in Miami: The Development of the Sportswear Industry in South Florida, 1900-1960, p. 127
Ivan Greenberg, Vocational Education, Work Culture, and the Children of Immigrants in 1930s Bridgeport, p. 149
Miklos Hadas, Gymnastic Exercises, or “work wrapped in the grown of youthful joy”: Masculinites and the Civilizing Process in 19th Century Hungary, p. 161

Reviews, p. 181
Article Abstracts, p. 241

v. 40, 2007, 4

Jeremy D. Popkin, Worlds Turned Upside Down: Bourgeois Experience in the 19th-Century Revolutions, p. 821

Mark M. Smith, Producing Sense, Consuming Sense, Making Sense: Perils and Prospects for Sensory History, p. 841
Clare Corbould, Streets, Sounds, and Identity in Interwar Harlem, p. 859
Constance Classen, Museum Manners: The Sensory Life of the Early Museum, p. 895

Hera Cook, Sexuality and Contraception in Modern England: Doing the History of Reproductive Sexuality, p. 915

Todd M. Michney, Constrained Communities: Black Cleveland’s Experience with World War II Public Housing, p. 933
Thomas Agostini, “Deserted His Majesty’s Service”: Military Runaways, the British-American Press, and the Problem of Desertion during the Seven Years’War, p. 957

Review Essay, p. 987
Forum, p. 991
Reviews, p. 1005
Article Abstracts, p. 1071
Index, p. 1075

v. 40, 2007, 3

Max Paul Friedman, Beyond “Voting with their Feet”: toward a Conceptual History of “America” in European Migrant Sending Communities, 1860s to 1914, p. 557

Craig M. Loftin, Unacceptable Mannerism: Gender Anxieties, Homosexual Activism, and Swish in the United States, 1945-1965, p. 577
Angus McLaren, Smoke and Mirrors: Willy Clarkson and the Role of Disguises in Inter-war England, p. 597
Rineke Van Daalen, Paid Mothering in the Public Domain: Dutch Dinner Ladies and Their Difficulties, p. 619

John Savage, “Black Magic” and White Terror: Slave Poisoning and Colonial Society in Early 19th Century Martinique, p. 635
Owen White, Drunken States: Temperance and French Rule in Côte D’Ivoire, 1908-1916, p. 663
Whitney Strub, Black and White and Banned All Over: Race, Censorship and Obscenity in Postwar Memphis, p. 685
Robert S. Shelton, On Empire’s Shore: Free and Unfree Workers in Galveston, Texas, 1840-1860, p. 717

Review Essay, p. 731
Reviews, p. 745
Article Abstracts, p. 808

v. 40, 2006, 2

Eliza Earle Ferguson, Judicial Authority and Popular Justice: Crimes of Passion in Fin-de-Siècle Paris, p. 293
Mary Blewett, Yorkshire Lasses and Their Lads: Sexuality, Sexsual Customs, and Gender Antagonisms in Anglo-American Working-Class Culture, p. 317
Sara Butler, Runaway Wives: Husband Desertion in Medieval England, p. 337

Timothy Parsons, The Consequences of Uniformity: The Struggle for the Boy Scout Uniform in Colonial Kenya, p. 361
Peter J. Gurney, “The Sublime of the Bazaar”: A Moment in the Making of a Consumer Culture in Mid-Nineteenth Century England, p. 385

Luther Adams, “Heading for Louisville”: Rethinking Rural to Urban Migration in the South, 1930-1950, p. 407
Jan Dumolyn, Nobles, Patrician and Officers: The Making of a Regional Political Elite in Late Medieval Flanders, p. 431
R. A. Houston, Poor Relief and the Dangerous and Criminal Insane in Scotland, c. 1740-1840, p. 453

Review Essay, p. 477
Reviews, p. 485
Article Abstracts, p. 545

v. 40, 2006, 1

Jeffrey S. Adler, “It was his first offense. We might as well let him go”. Homicide and Criminal Justice in Chicago, 1875-1920, p. 5
Patrick Fuliang Shan, Insecurity, Outlawry and Social Order: Banditry in China’s Heilongjiang Frontier Region, 1900-1931, p. 25

SECTION II – WORKING CLASS: ACTION AND EXPRESSION Steven E. Rowe, Writing Modern Selves: Literacy and the French Working Class in the Early Nineteenth Century, p. 55
Wing Chung Ho, From Resistance to Collective Action in a Shangai Socialist “Model Community”: From the Late 1940s to Early 1970s, p. 85

SECTION III – OTHER ARTICLES Leon Fink, When Community Comes Home to Roost: The Southern Milltown as Lost Cause, p. 119
David Graizbord, Becoming Jewish in Early Modern France: Documents on Jewish Community-Building in Seventeenth-Century Bayenne and Peyrehorade, p. 147
Diana Di Stefano, Alfred Packer’s World: Risk, Responsibility, and the Place of Experience in Mountain Culture 1873-1907, p. 181
David Levine, Review Essay: Re-membering the Past, p. 205

Reviews, p. 219
Article Abstracts, p. 285

v. 39, 2006, 4

Jennifer Brier, “Save Our Kids, Keep AIDS Out”: Anti-AIDS Activism and the Legacy of Community Control in Queens, New York, p. 965
Inbal Ofer, Am I that Body? Sección Femenina de la FET and the Struggle for the Institution of Physical Education and Competitive Sports for Women in Franco’s Spain, p. 989
Amy L. Faichild, Leprosy, Domesticity, and Patient Protest: The Social Context of a Patients’ Rights Movement in Mid-Century America, p. 1011
Gregory Smits, Shaking Up Japan: Edo Society and the 1855 Catfish Picture Prints, p. 1045
Elna C. Green, Protecting Confederate Soldiers and Mothers: Pensions, Gender, and the Welfare State in the U.S. South, a Case Study from Florida, p. 1079
Wayne K. Durrill, Ritual, Community and War: Local Flag Presentation Ceremonies and Disunity in the Early Confederacy, p. 1105
Karl Monsma, Symbolic Conflicts, Deadly Consequences: Fights between Italians and Blacks in Western São Paulo, 1888-1914, p. 1123
Vertrees C. Malherbe, Illegitimacy and Family Formation in Colonial Cape town, to c. 1850, p. 1153
Julia L.Foulkes, Review Essay: Social History and the Arts, p. 1177

Reviews, p. 1187
Article Abstracts, p. 1253
Index, p. 1257

v. 39, 2006, 3

ARTICLES Peter Stearns, Introduction, p. 611

Part I:
Peter Stearns, Social History and Spatial Scope, p. 613
Lara Putnam, To Study the Fragments/Whole: Microhistory and the Atlantic World, p. 615
Gary Cross, Crowds and Leisure: Thinking Comparatively Across the 20th Century, p. 631
Wendy Webster, Transnational Journeys and Domestic Histories, p. 651
Carl H. Nightingale, The Transnational Contexts of Early Twentieth-Century American Urban Segregation, p. 667

Part II:
Peter Stearns, Issues of Power in Social History: Social History and the State, p. 703
Simon Gunn, From Hegemony to Governmentality: Changing Conceptions of Power in Social History, p. 705
Clifton Crais, Custom and the Politics of Sovereignty in South Africa, p. 721
Carol Summers, Radical Rudeness: Ugandan Social Critiques in the 1940s, p. 741
Prasannan Parthasarathi, The State and Social History, p. 771

Part III:
Peter Stearns, Reintroducing and Refining Social Structure in Social History, p. 779
Daniel J. Walkowitz, Folk Dance and the Renovation of Class in Social History, p. 781
Andy Wood, Fear, Hatred and the Hidden Injuries of Class in Early Modern England, p. 803

Part IV:
Peter Stearns, Social History and Audience, p. 827
Geoffrey Timmins, The Future of Learning and Teaching in Social History: The Research Approach and Employability, p. 829
Tristram Hunt, Reality, Identity and Empathy: The Changing Face of Social History Television, p. 843
Roy Rosenzweig, Historians and Audiences: Comment on Tristram Hunt and Geoffrey Timmins, p. 859

Part V:
Peter Stearns, Opportunities for the Future, p. 865
Peter Borsay, New Approaches to Social History. Myth, Memory, and Place: Monmouth and Bath 1750-1900, p. 867
Sigurdur Gylfi Magnússon, Social History as “Sites of Memory”? The Insitutionalization of History: Microhistory and the Grand Narrative, p. 891
Stephen Mosley, Common Ground: Integrating Social and Environmental History, p. 915
Herbert S. Klein, The Old Social History and the New Social Sciences, p. 935
Peter Stearns, Behavioral History: A Brief Introduction to a New Frontier, p. 945

Article Abstracts, p. 951

v. 39, 2005, 2

Richard Ivan Jobs, Patrick McDevitt, Introduction: Where the Hell are the People?, p. 309
David A. Gerber, Acts of Deceiving and Withholding in Immigrant Letters: Personal identity and Self-Presentation in Personal Correspondence, p. 315
Benjamin J. Lammers, The Birth of the East Ender: Neighborhood and Local Identity in Interwar East London, p. 331
Nicoletta F. Gullace, Friends, Aliens, and Enemies: Fictive Communities and the Lusitania Riots of 1915, p. 345
Laura Tabili, “Having Lived Close Beside Them All the Time:” Negotiating National Identities Through Personal Networks, p. 369
Anna Clark, Wild Workhouse Girls and the Liberal Imperial State in Mid-Nineteenth Century Ireland, p. 389
Leonore Davidoff, Kinship as a Categorical Concept: A Case Study of Nineteenth Century English Siblings, p. 411
Theodore Koditschek, ‘Genius’ and the Household Mode of Intellectual Production: 1795-1885, p. 429
Tammy M. Proctor, Family Ties in the Making of Modern Intelligence, p. 451
Malia Formes, Post-Colonial Domesticity amid Diaspora: Home and Family in the Lives of Two English Sisters from India, p. 467
Relli Shechter, Reading Advertisements in a Colonial/Development Context: Cigarette Advertising and Identity Politics in Egypt, c1919-1939, p. 483
Natalia Milanesio, Gender and Generation: The University Reform Movement in Argentina, 1918, p. 505

Review Essay, p. 531
Reviews, p. 539

v. 39, 2005, 1

Christina Kotchemidova, From Good Cheer to “Drive-By Smiling”: A Social History of Cheerfulness, p. 5
Gwenda Morgan, Peter Rushton, Visible Bodies: Power, Subordination and Identity in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World, p. 39
Michael B. Katz, Mark J. Stern, Jamie J. Fader, Women and the Paradox of Economic Inequality in the Twentieth-Century, p. 65
Isaac Land, Bread and Arsenic: Citizenship from the Bottom Up in Georgian London, p. 89
Rose Holz, Nurse Gordon on Trial: Those Early Days of the Birth Control Clinic Movement Reconsidered, p. 112
Anne Durst, “Of Women, By Women, and For Women”1: The Day Nursery Movement in the Progressive-era United States, p. 141
Scott Gelber, A ‘Hard-Boiled Order’: The Reeducation of Disabled WWI Veterans in New York City, p. 161
Oded Heilbronner, “Long Live Liberty, Equality, Fraternity and Dynamite:”1 The German Bourgeoisie and the Constructing of Popular Liberal and National-Socialist Subcultures in Marginal Germany, p. 181
Daniel Greenstone, Frightened George: How the Pediatric-Educational Complex Ruined the Curious George Series, p. 221

Review Essay, p. 229
Reviews, p. 245

v. 38, 2005, 4

Peter N. Stearns, Preface: Globalization adn Childhood, p. 845
Raymond Grew, On Seeking Global History’s Inner Child, p. 849
Elizabeth A. Kuznesof, The House, the Street, Global Society: Latin American Families and Childhood in the Twenty-First Century, p. 859
Gary Cross, Gregory Smits, Japan, the U.S. and the Globalization of Children’s Consumer Culture, p. 873
Jennifer Cold, The Jaombilo of Tamatave (Madagascar), 1992-2004: Reflections on Youth and Globalization, p. 891
Ritty Lukose, Consuming, Globalization: Youth and Gender in Kerala, India, p. 915
Paula S. Fass, Children in Global Migrations, p. 937
Mary Ann Mason, The U.S. and the International Children’s Rights Crusade: Leader or Laggard?, p. 955
Brian Platt, Japanese Childhood, Modern Childhood: The Nation-State, the School, and 19th-Century Globalization, p. 965
Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt, The Schoolyard Gate: Schooling and Childhood in Global Perspective, p. 987
Suad Joseph, Teaching Rights and Responsibilities: Paradoxes of Globalization and Children’s Citizenship in Lebanon, p. 1007
Woolf Schäfer, The Uneven Globality of Children, p. 1027
Peter N. Stearns, Conclusion: Change, Globalization and Childhood, p. 1041
Greg Bankoff, ‘These Brothers of Ours’: Poblete’s Obreros and the Road to Baguio 1903-1905, p. 1047
Edward Behrend-Martínez, Manhood and the Neutered Body in Early Modern Spain, p. 1073

Reviews, p. 1095
Article Abstracts, p. 1101

v. 38, 2005, 3

Lawrence B. Glickman, ‘Make Lisle the Style’: The Politics of Fashion in the Japanese Silk Boycott, 1937-1940, p. 573
Rachel Devlin, “Acting Out the Oedipal Wish”: Father-Daughter Incest and the Sexuality of Adolescent Girls in the United State, 1941-1965, p. 609
Moira J. Maguire, Seamus O Cinneide, ‘A Good Beating Never Hurt Anyone’: The Punishment and Abuse of Children in Twentieth Century Ireland, p. 635
J. Trent Alexander, “They’re never here more than a year”: Return Migration in the Southern Exodus, 1940-1970, p. 653
Jeremy Hayhoe, Illegitimacy, Inter-generational Conflict and Legal Practice in Eighteenth-Century Northern Burgundy, p. 673
Caroline Castiglione, Extravagant Pretensions: Aristocratic Family Conflicts, Emotion, and the ‘Public Sphere’ in Early Eighteenth-Century Rome, p. 685
Joseph Heathcott, Black Archipelago: Politics and Civic Life in the Jim Crow City, p. 705
Ann Chisholm, Incarnations and Practices of Feminine Rectitude: Nineteenth-Century Gymnastics for U.S. Women, p. 737

Reviews, p. 765
Article Abstracts, p. 837

v. 38, 2004, 2

Robyn Muncy, Cooperative Motherhood and Democratic Civic Culture in Postwar Suburbia, 1940-1965, p. 285
Nara Milanich, The Casa de Huérfanos and Child Circulation in Late-Nineteenth-Century Chile, p. 311
Michael P. Breen, Addressing La Ville des Dieux: Entry Ceremonies and Urban Audiences in Seventeenth Century Dijon, p. 341
Mark Rennella, Whitney Walton, Planned Serendipity: American Travelers and the Transatlantic Voyage in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, p. 365
Fay Yarbrough, Legislating Women’s Sexuality: Cherokee Marriage Laws in the Nineteenth Century, p. 385
Joanne Klein, “Moving On”, Men and the Changing Character of Interwar Working-Class Neighborhoods: From the Files of the Manchester and Liverpool City Police, p. 407
Robert Zecker, “Where Everyone Goes to Meet Every-one Else”: The Translocal Creation of a Slovak Immigrant Community, p. 423
Amy Koehlinger, “Let us live for those who love us”: Faith, Family, and the Contours of Manhood Among the Knights of Columbus in Late Nineteenth-Century Connecticut, p. 455
Henk Gras, Harry Van Vliet, Paradise Lost nor Regained: Social Composition of Theatre Audiences in the Long Nineteenth Century, p. 471

Reviews, p. 513
Article abstracts, p. 561

v. 38, 2004, 1

Cynthia R. Daniels, Janet Golden, Procreative Compounds: Popular Eugenics, Artificial Insemination and the Rise of the American Sperm Banking Industry, p. 5
Greg (“Frits”) Umbach, Learning to Shop in Zion: The Consumer Revolution in Great Basin Mormon Culture: 1847-1910, p. 29
Alan Petrigny, Illegitimacy, Postwar Psychology, and the Reperiodization of the Sexual Revolution, p. 63
Henrice Altink, “to Wed or not to Wed?”: The Struggle to Define Afro-Jamaican Relationships, 1834-1838, p. 81
Sue Peabody, “A Nation Born to Slavery”: Missionaries adn Racial Discourse in Seventeenth-Century French Antilles, p. 113
Hasso Spode, Fordism, Mass tourism and the Third Reich: The “Strength through Joy “Seaside Resort as an Index Fossil, p. 127
Timothy S. Brown, Subcultures, Pop Music and Politics: Skinheads and “Nazi Rock” in England and Germany, p. 157
Robert G. Hall, A United People?: Leaders and Followers in a Chartist Locality, 1838-1848, p. 179

Review Essay, p. 205
Reviews, p. 211
Article Abstracts, p. 275

v. 37, 2004, 4

Julia Grant, A “Real Boy” and not a Sissy: Gender, Childhood, and Masculinity, 1890-1940, p. 829
Timothy J. Gilfoyle, Street-Rats and Gutter-Snipes: Child Pickpockets and Street Culture in New York City, 1850-1900, p. 853
Clifton Hood, An Unusuable Past: Urban Elites, New York City’s Evacuation Day, and the Transformations of Memory Culture, p. 883
Lance Van Sittert, The Supernatural State: Water Divining and the Cape Underground Water Rush, 1891-1910, p. 915
Marjorie L. Hilton, Retailing the Revolution: The State Department Store (GUM) and Soviet Society in the 1920s, p. 939
Amy E. Randall, Legitimizing Soviet Trade: Gender and the Feminization of the Retail Workforce in the Soviet 1930s, p. 965
James Grehan, The Mysterious Power of Words: Language, Law, and Culture in Ottoman Damascus (17th-18th Centuries), p. 991
Jennine Hurl-Eamon, Policing Male Heterosexuality: The Reformation of Manners Societies’ Campaign against the Brothels in Westmminster, 1690-1720, p. 1017
Christopher Thale, Assigned to Patrol: Neighborhoods, Police, and Changing Deployment Practices in New York City before 1930, p. 1037

Reviews, p. 1065
Article Abstracts, p. 1125

v. 37, 2004, 3

Beverly Schwartzberg, “Lots of Them Did That”: Desertion, Bigamy, and Marital Fluidity in Late-Nineteenth-Century America, p. 573
Jesse F. Battan, “You Cannot Fix the Scarlet Letter on my Breast!”: Women Reading, Writing, and Reshaping the Sexual Culture of Victorian America, p. 601
Jessie Ramey, The Bloody Blonde and the Marble Woman: Gender and Power in the Case of Ruth Snyder, p. 625
Mary Beth Sievens, Divorce, Patriarchal Authority, and Masculinity: A Case from Early National Vermont, p. 651
Robert K. Nelson, “The Forgetfulness of Sex”: Devotion and Desire in the Courtship Letters of Angelina Grimke and Theodore Dwight Weld, p. 663
Swapna M. Banerjee, Down Memory Lane: Representations of Domestic Workers in Middle Class Personal Narratives of Colonial Bengal, p. 681
Sean Kelley, “Mexico in His Head”: Slavery and the Texas-Mexico Border, 1810-1860, p. 709
Clarence Lang, Between Civil Rights and Black Power in the Gateway City: The Action Committee to Improve Opportunities for Negroes (ACTION), 1964-75, p. 725
David Taylor, Conquering the British Ballarat: The Policing of Victorian Middlesbrough, p. 755

Reviews, p. 773
Article Abstracts, p. 819

v. 37, 2003, 2

Ginger Frost, “The Black Lamb of the Black Sheep”: Illegitimacy in the English Working Class, 1850-1939, p. 293
Jocelyn WIlls, Respectable Mediocrity: The Everyday Life of an Ordinary American Striver, 1876-1890, p. 323
Gina Hames, Maize-Beer, Gossip, and Slander: Female Tavern Proprietors and Urban, Ethnic Cultural Elaboration in Bolivia, 1870-1930, p. 351
Edward Slavishak, Artificial Limbs and Industrial Workers’ Bodies in Turn-of-the-Century Pittsburgh, p. 365
Victor Jew, ‘Chinese Demons’: The Violent Articulation of Chinese Otherness and Interracial Sexuality in the U.S. Midwest, 1885-1889, p. 389
William D. Carrigan, Clive Webb, The Lynching of Persons of Mexican Origin or Descent in the United States, 1848 to 1928, p. 411
Robert A. Ventresca, The Virgin and the Bear: Religion, Society and the Cold War in Italy, p. 439
Sean Purdy, “It was tough on everybody”: Low Income Families and Housing Hardship in Post World War II Toronto, p. 457
Herbert S. Klein, Daniel C. Schiffner, The current debate about the origins of the Paleoindians of America, p. 483

Review Essay, p. 493
Reviews, p. 507
Article Abstracts, p. 563

v. 37, 2003, 1

Preface, p. 5

Peter N. Stearns, Social History Present and Future, p. 9
Jurgen Kocka, Losses, Gains and Opportunities: Social History today, p. 21
Harmut Kaelble, Social History in Europe, p. 29

Paula S. Fass, Cultural History/Social History: Some Reflections on a Continuing Dialogue, p. 39
Prasannan Parthasarathi, The State of Indian Social History, p. 47

Christophe Charle, Contemporary French Social History: Crisis or Hidden Renewal?, p. 57
Marcel Van Der Linden, Gaining Ground, p. 69
Nicole Eustace, When Fish Walk on Land: Social History in a Postmodern World, p. 77
Pat Thane, Social Histories of Old Age and Aging, p. 93
Walter Johnson, On Agency, p. 113
Laura Tabili, Race is a Relationship, and not a Thing, p. 125

Mack P. Holt, The Social History of the Reformation: Recent Trends and Future Agendas, p. 133
Jack R. Censer, Amalgamating the Social in the French Revolution, p. 145
Gilbert Shapiro, Recent Developments in Social History, p. 151

Richard Gassan, Social History for Beginners: A “Young Scholar “Looks at His New Profession, p. 157
Mark M. Smith, Making Sense of Social History, p. 165
Eric Allina-Pisano, Resistance and the Social History of Africa, p. 187
Benedict Carton, The Forgotten Compass of Death: Apocalypse Then and Now in the Social History of South Africa, p. 199
James E. Cronin, Memoir, Social History and Comitment: Eric Hobsbawm’s Interesting Times, p. 219
Afterword: For Further Discussion, p. 233

Reviews, p. 235
Article Abstracts, p. 281

v. 36, 2003, 4

Vicki Howard, A “Real Man’s Ring”: Gender and the Invention of Tradition, p. 837
David Hamlin, The Structures of toy Consumption: Bourgeois Domesticity and Demand for toys in Nineteenth-Century Germany, p. 857
Stephen Miller, Absolutism and Class at the End of the Old Regime: the Case of Languedoc, p. 871
David A. Gerber, Disabeld Veterans, the State, and the Experience of Disability in Western Societies, 1914-1950, p. 899
David Witwer, The Scandal of George Scalise: A Case Study in the Rise of Labor Racketeering in the 1930s, p. 917
Robin F. Bachin, At the Nexus of Labor and Leisure: Baseball, Nativism, and the 1919 Black Sox Scandal, p. 941
Paula S. Fass, Children and Globalization, p. 963
Michael C. Scardaville, Justice by Paperwork: A Day in Life of a Court Scribe in Bourbon Mexico City, p. 979
Andrea R. Foroughi, Vine and Oak: WIves and Husbands Cope with the Financial Panic of 1857, p. 1009
Penelope Adams Moon, ‘Peace on Earth-Peace in Vietnam’: The Catholic Peace Fellowship and Antiwar Witness, 1964-1976, p. 1033

Reviews, p. 1059
Article Abstracts, p. 1125

v. 36, 2003, 3

Jeffrey S. Adler, “On the Border of Snakeland”: Evolutionary Psychology and Plebian Violence in Industrial Chicago, 1875-1920, p. 541
Jessica Warner, Robin Griller, “My Pappa is out, and my Mamma Is asleep.” Minors, their Routine Activities, and Interpersonal Violence in an Early Modern town, 1653-1781, p. 561
Jessica C. E. Gienow-Hecht, Trumpeting Down the Walls of Jericho: The Politics of Art, Music and Emotion in German-American Relations, 1870-1920, p. 585
Henk Gras, Phillip Hans Franses, Marius Ooms, Did Men of Taste and Civilization Save the Stage? Theater-Going in Rotterdam, 1860-1916. A Statistical Analysis of Ticket Sales, p. 615
Elaine G. Breslaw, Marriage, Money, and Sex: Dr Hamilton Finds a Wife, p. 657
Stephen Garton, Managing Mercy: African Americans, Parole and Paternalism in the Georgia Prison System 1919-1945, p. 675
Sigurdur Gylfi Magnusson, The Singularization of History: Social History and Microhistory within the Post-modern State of Knowledge, p. 701
Robert Darby, Review Essay: The Masturbation Taboo and the Rise of Routine Male Circumcision: A Review of the Historiography, p. 737
Clifton Crais, Review Essay: Past the Pax, p. 759

Reviews, p. 767
Article Abstracts, p. 825

v. 36, 2002, 2

Edward John Harcourt, The Whipping of Richard Moore: Reading Emotion in Reconstruction America, p. 261
Susan J. Matt, Children’s Envy and the Emergence of the Modern Consumer Ethic, 1890-1930, p. 283
Hugh D. Hudson Jr., Shaping Peasant Political Discourse during the New Economic Policy: The Newspaper Krest’ianskaia Gazeta and the Case of “Vadimir Ia.”, p. 303
Paul Michel Taillon, “What We Want Is Good, Sober Men:” Masculinity, Respectability, and Temperance in the Railroad Brotherhoods, c. 1870-1910, p. 319
Ellen Herman, The Paradoxical Rationalization of Modern Adoption, p. 339
Moira J. Maguire, Foreign Adoptions and the Evolution of Irish Adoption Policy, 1945-52, p. 387
Richard Jensen, “No Irish Need Apply”: A Myth of Victimization, p. 405
Lyndon Fraser, To Tara via Holyhead: The Emergence of Irish Catholic Ethnicity in Nineteenth-Century Christchurch, New Zealand, p. 431
Jay Hopler, Review Essay: Watching the Detectives: Reading Dime Novels and Hard-Boiled Detectives Stories in Context, p. 459

Reviews, p. 467
Article Abstracts, p. 531

v. 36, 2002, 1

Vincent Digirolamo, Newsboy Funerals: Tales of Sorrow and Solidarity in Urban America, p. 5
Eunice G. Pollack, The Childhood We Have Lost: When Siblings Were Caregivers, 1900-1970, p. 31
Elizabeth Munson, Walking on the Periphery: Gender and the Discourse of Modernization, p. 63
Pamela Radcliff, Citizens and Housewives: The Problem of Female Citizenship in Spain’s Trnasition to Democracy, p. 77
Marco H. D. Van Leeuwen, Partner Choice and Homogamy in the Nineteenth Century: Was There a Sexual Revolution in Europe?, p. 101
Steve Meyer, Rough Manhood: The Aggressive and Confrontational Shop Culture of U.S. Auto Workers during World War II, p. 125
Daniel Opler, Monkey Business in Union Square: A Cultural Analysis of the Kein’s-Ohrbach’s Strikes of 1934-5, p. 149
John C. Super, Review Essay: Food and History, p. 165
Reviews, p. 179
Article Abstracts, p. 253

v. 35, 2002, 4

Stephen Robertson, Age of Consent Law and the Making of Modern Childhood in New York City, 1886-1921, p. 781
Robert E. Blobaum, The “Woman Question” in Russian Poland, 1900-1914, p. 799
Owen Griffiths, Need, Greed, and Protest in Japan’s Black Market, 1938-1949, p. 825
Darlene Abreu-Ferreira, Work Identity in Early Modern Portugal: What Did Gender Have to Do With It?, p. 859
Sean T. Moore, “Justifiable Provocation”: Violence Against Women in Essex County, New York, 1799-1860, p. 889
Jerrold Hirsch, Karen Hirsch, Disability in the Family?: New Questions About the Southern Mill Village, p. 919
Parnel Wickham, Conceptions of Idiocy in Colonial Massachusetts, p. 935
Edward Bever, Witchcraft, Female Aggression, and Power in the Early Modern Community, p. 955

Reviews, p. 989

v. 35, 2002, 3

Myron P. Gutmann, Sara M. Pullum-Piñón, Thomas W. Pullum, Three Eras of Young Adult Home Leaving in Twentieth-Century America, p. 533
Martha Tomhave Blauvelt, The Work of the Heart: Emotion in the 1805-35 Diary of Sarah Connell Ayer, p. 577
Peter C. Baldwin, “Nocturnal Habits and Dark Wisdom”: The American Response to Children in the Streets at Night, 1880-1930, p. 593
Richard C. Trexler, Making the American Berdache: Choice or Constraint?, p. 613
Nick Hayes, Did Manual Workers Want Industrial Welfare? Canteens, Latrines and Masculinity on British Building Sites 1918-1970, p. 637
Wayne K. Durrill, A Tale of Two Courthouses: Civic Space, Political Power, and Capitalist Development in a New South Community, 1843-1940, p. 659
Yochi Fischer-Yinon, The Original Bundlers: Boaz and Ruth, and Seventeenth-Century English Courtship Practices, p. 683

Reviews, p. 707
Article abstracts, p. 771

v. 35, 2001, 2

Ross W. Jamieson, The Essence of Commodification: Caffeine Dependencies in the Early Modern World, p. 269
Richard Keller, Madness and Colonization: Psychiatry in the British and French Empires, 1800-1962, p. 295
Béla Tomka, Social Integration in 20th Century Europe: Evidences from Hungarian Family Development, p. 327
David Wolcott, “The Cop Will Get You”: The Police and Discretionary Juvenile Justice, 1890-1940, p. 349
Dennis C. Rousey, Friends and Foes of Slavery: Foreigners and Northerners in the Old South, p. 373
Neal Garnham, Both Praying and Playing: “Muscular Christianity” and the YMCA in North-east County Durham, p. 397
Cheryl A. Wells, Battle Time: Gender, Modernity, and Confederate Hospitals, p. 409
Michael Ayers Trotti, Review Essay: The Lure of the Sensa tional Murder, p. 429

Reviews, p. 445
Article abstracts, p. 521

v. 35, 2001, 1

Mara L. Keire, The Vice Trust: A Reinterpretation of the White Slavery Scare in the United States, 1907-1917, p. 5
Victor M. Uribe-Uran, Colonial Baracunatanas and Their Nasty Men: Spousal Homicides and the Law in Late Colonial New Granada, p. 43
David Ortiz, Jr., Redefining Public Education Contestation, the Press, and Education in Regency Spain, 1885-1902, p. 73
John Higginson, Hell in Small Places: Agrarian Elites and Collective Violence in the Western Transvaal, 1900-1907, p. 95
Tracy McDonald, A Peasant Rebellion in Stalin’s Russia: The Pitelinskii Uprising, Riazan 1930, p. 125
Gareth Canaan, “Part of the Loaf”: Economic Conditions of Chicago’s African-American Working Class During the 1920’s, p. 147
Steven J. Hoffman, Progressive Public Health Administration in the Jim Crow South: A case Study of Richmond Virginia, 1907-1920, p. 175
Ayse Durakbasa, Aynur Ilyasoglu, Research Note: Formation of Gender Identities in Republican Turkey and Women’s Narratives as transmitters of Herstory of Modernization, p. 195

Reviews, p. 205
Letter to the Editor, p. 257
Article Abstracts, p. 259

v. 34, 2001, 4

Stephen Brooke, Gender and Working Class Identity in Britain during the 1950s, p. 773
Thomas C. Buchanan, Rascals on the Antebellum Mississippi: African American Steamboat Workers and The St. Louis Hanging of 1841, p. 797
Carol Dyhouse, Family Patterns of Social Mobility through Higher Education in England in the 1930s, p. 817
Laurie Bernstein, Communist Custodial Contests: Adoption Rulings in the USSR after the Second World War, p. 843
K. M. N. Carpenter, “For Mothers Only”: Mothers’ Convalescent Homes and Modernizing Maternal Ideology in 1950s West Germany, p. 863
Willard Sunderland, Peasant Pioneering: Russian Peasant Settlers Describe Colonization and the Eastern Frontier 1880s-4910s, p. 895
Diana Paton, Punishment, Crime, and the Bodies of Slaves in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica, p. 923
Sheldon Watts, Yellow Fever Immunities- in West Africa and the Americas in the Age of Slavery and Beyond A. Reappraisal, p. 955
Kenneth F. Kiple, Response to Sheldon. Watts “Yellow Fever immunities in West Africa and the Americas in the Age of Slavery and Beyond: A Reappraisal”, p. 969
Sheldon Watts, Response to Kenneth Kiple, p. 975

Reviews, p. 977
Article Abstracts, p. 1031
Index, p. 1035

v. 34, 2001, 3

Nicole Eustace, “The Cornerstone of a Copious Work”: Love and Power in Eighteenth-Century Courtship, p. 517
Patricia McDaniel, Shrinking Violets and Caspar Milquetoast: Shyness and Heterosexuality From The Roles of The Fifties no The Rules of The Nineties, p. 547
Margaret Brindle, Elizabeth Goodrick, Revisiting Maverick Medical Sects: The Role of Identify in Comparing Homeopaths and Chiropractis, p. 569
Susan L. Speaker, “The Struggle of Mankind Against its Deadliest Foe”: Themes of Countersubversion in Anti-Narcotic Campaigns, 1920-1940, p. 591
Perry Biddiscombe, Dangerous Liaisons: The Anti-Fraternization Movement in the U.S. Occupation Zones of Germany and Austria, 1945-1948, p. 611
Eva Lacour, Faces of Violence Revisited. A Typology of Violence in Early Modetn Rural Germany, p. 649
Tamara Myers, Joan Sangster, Retorts, Runaways and Riots Patterns of Resistance in Canadian Reform Schools for Girls, 1930-60, p. 669

Daniel H. Kaiser, Worker Voices, Elite Representations: Rewriting the Labor History of Late Imperial Russia, p. 699
Stanley Coben, J. Edgar Hoover, p. 703
Reviews, p. 707
Article Abstract, p. 761