Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)
Number 70, May 1994
Akgündüz, Ahmet, "Labour
Migration from Turkey to Western Europe (1960-1974): An Analytical Review,''
Capital & Class, No. 51 (Autumn '93), 153-94.
Aronowitz, Stanley, "The Situation
of the Left in the United States,'' Socialist Review, 93/3 (1994),
________, Roll over Beethoven:
The Return of Cultural Strife (Wesleyan, 1993).
Ashford, Douglas E., "The Historical
and Political Foundations of the Welfare State: A Lost Opportunity for
the Left?'' Journal of Policy History, 5 (1993), 311-34.
Babbitt, Kathleen R., "The Productive
Farm Woman and the Extension Home Economist in New York State, 1920-1940,''
Agricultural History, 67 (1993), 83-101.
"Becoming a Spectacle: Lesbian
and Gay Culture and Politics in the 1990s,'' special sections of Radical
America, 24:4 (Sept. -Oct. '90) and 25:1 (Jan.- Mar. '91), both published
Berenson, Edward, "The Social
Interpretation of the French Revolution,'' Contention, 3 (Winter
Bernal, Victoria, "Gender, Culture,
and Capitalism: Women Reconsidered and the Remaking of Islamic 'Tradition'
in a Sudanese Village,'' Comparative Studies in Society and History,
36 (Jan. '94), 36-67.
Berry, Brian J.L., America's
Utopian Experiments: Communal Havens from Long-Wave Crises (Univ.
Press of New England, 1993).
Best, Gary Dean, The Nickel
and Dime Decade: American Popular Culture During the 1930s (Praeger,
Biezenski, Robert, "Workers'
Self-Management and the Technical Intelligentsia in People's Poland,''
Politics & Society, 22 (March '94), 59-88.
Blake, C. Fred, "Foot-binding
in Neo-Confucian China and the Appropriation of Female Labor,'' Signs,
19 (Spring '94), 676-712.
Blewett, Mary, "Deference and
Defiance: Labor Politics and the Meanings of Masculinity in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century
New England Textile Industry,'' Gender & History, 5 (Autumn '93),
Bonner, Philip, Peter Delius
and Deborah Posel, eds., Apartheid's Genesis, 1935-1962 (Ravan
Bramall, Chris, "The Role of
Decollectivisation in China's Agricultural Miracle, 1978-90,'' Journal
of Peasant Studies, 20 (1993), 271-95.
"Brazil in Transition: Democratization,
Privatization, and Working-Class Resistance,'' special issue of Latin
American Perspectives, No. 80 (Winter '94).
Brennan, James P. and Monica
B. Gordillo, "Working Class Protest, Popular Revolt, and Urban Insurrection
in Argentina: The 1969 Cordobazo,'' Journal of Social History,
27 (Spring '94), 477-98.
Briskin, Linda, and Patricia
McDermott, Women Challenging Unions: Feminism, Democracy, and Militancy
Bromell, Nicholas K., By
the Sweat of the Brow: Literature and Labor in Antebellum America
Burawoy, Michael and Pavel Krotov,
"The Economic Basis of Russia's Political Crisis,'' New Left Review,
#198 (Mar.-April '93), 49-70.
Cahn, Susan K., "From the 'Muscle
Moll' to the 'Butch' Ballplayer: Mannishness, Lesbianism, and Homophobia
in U.S. Women's Sport,'' Feminist Studies, 19 (1993), 343-68.
Carnochan, W.B., The Battleground
of the Curriculum: Liberal Education and American Experience (Stanford,
Caron, Vicki, "The Politics
of Frustration: French Jewry and the Refugee Crisis of the 1930s,'' Journal
of Modern History, 65 (1993), 311-56.
Cawardine, Richard, Evangelicals
and Politics in Antebellum America (Yale, 1993).
Chang, Edward T., "Jewish and
Korean Merchants in African American Neighborhoods: A Comparative Perspective,''
Amerasia Journal, 19:2 (1993), 5-22.
Chang, Grace, "Undocumented
Latinas: Welfare Beasts of Burden?'' Socialist Review, 93/3 (1994),
Charlesworth, Andrew, "From
the Moral Economy of Devon to the Political Economy of Manchester, 1790-1812,''
Social History, 18 (1993), 205-18.
Clark, E. Culpepper, The
Schoolhouse Door: Segregation's Last Stand at the University of Alabama
"Colonial and Post-Colonial
History,'' special issue of History Workshop, No. 35 (Autumn '93).
Cook, Haruko Taya and Theodore
F. Cook, eds., Japan at War: An Oral History (New Press, 1993).
Coons, Lorraine, "'Neglected
Sisters' of the Women's Movement: The Perception and Experience of Working
Mothers in the Parisian Garment Industry, 1860-1915,'' Journal of Women's
History, 5:2 (Fall '93), 50-74.
Crawford, Vicki L., Jacqueline
Anne Rouse, and Barbara Woods, eds., Women in the Civil Rights Movement:
Trailblazers and Torchbearers, 1941-1965 (Indiana, 1993).
Cummins, Eric, The Rise and
Fall of California's Radical Prison Movement (Stanford, 1993).
Daniels, Roger, Prisoners
Without Trial (Hill & Wang, 1993).
Donald, Moira, Marxism and
Revolution: Karl Kautsky and the Russian Marxists (Yale, 1994).
Drescher, Seymour, "The Long
Goodbye: Dutch Capitalism and Antislavery in Comparative Perspective,''
American Historical Review, 99 (Feb. '94), 44-69.
Dublin, Thomas, Transforming
Women's Work: New England Lives in the Nineteenth Century (Cornell,
________, Women at Work:
The Transformation of Work and Community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860
(second ed., Columbia, 1994).
Egerton, Douglas R., Gabriel's
Rebellion: The Virginia Slave Conspiracies of 1800 and 1802 (North
Ellis, Mark, "'Closing Ranks'
and 'Seeking Honors': W.E.B. Du Bois in World War I,'' Journal of American
History, 79 (1992), 96-124.
Eltis, David, "Europeans and
the Rise and Fall of African Slavery in the Americas: An Interpretation,''
American Historical Review, 98 (Dec. '93), 1399-1423.
"European Ports of Emigration,''
special issue of Journal of American Ethnic History, 13:1 (Fall
Farrell, Betty G., Elite
Families: Class and Power in Nineteenth-Century Boston (SUNY Press,
Ferraro, Thomas J., Ethnic
Passages: Literary Immigrants in Twentieth-Century America (Chicago,
Fish, Stanley E., There's
No Such Thing as Free Speech: And It's a Good Thing, Too (Oxford,
Frankenberg, Ruth, White
Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness (Minnesota,
Franklin, Jimmie Lewis, "Black
Southerners, Shared Experience, and Place: A Reflection,'' Journal
of Southern History, 60 (Feb. '94), 3-18.
Franklin, John Hope, The
Color Line: Legacy for the Twenty-First Century (Missouri, 1993).
Fraser, Nancy, and Linda Gordon,
"A Genealogy of Dependency: Tracing a Keyword of the U.S. Welfare
State,'' Signs, 19 (Winter '94), 309-36.
Gardner, Eric, "'This Attempt
of Their Sister': Harriet Wilson's Our Nig from Printer to Readers,''
New England Quarterly, 66 (1993), 226-46.
Gatewood, Willard B., Aristocrats
of Color: The Black Elite, 1880-1920 (Indiana, 1993).
Geras, Norman, "Democracy and
the Ends of Marxism,'' New Left Review, #203 (Jan.-Feb. '94), 92-106.
Gibson, J. William, Warrior
Dreams: Paramilitary Culture in Post-Vietnam America (Hill & Wang,
Goodman, Paul, "The Manual Labor
Movement and the Origins of Abolitionism,'' Journal of the Early American
Republic, 13 (Fall '93), 355-88.
Gowing, Laura, "Gender and the
Language of Insult in Early Modern London,'' History Workshop,
No. 35 (Spring '93), 1-21.
Gray, Jane, "Rural Industry
and Uneven Development: The Significance of Gender in the Irish Linen
Industry,'' Journal of Peasant Studies, 21 (Oct. '93), 590-611.
________, "Gender and Plebian
Culture in Ulster,'' Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 24 (1993),
Gregg, Robert, Sparks from
the Anvil of Oppression: Philadelphia's African Methodists and Southern
Migrants, 1890-1940 (Temple, 1993).
Harsch, Donna, "Public Continuity
and Private Change? Women's Consciousness and Activity in Frankfurt, 1945-1955,''
Journal of Social History, 27 (1993), 29-58.
Hatton, Timothy J. and Jeffrey
G. Williamson, "After the Famine: Emigration from Ireland, 1850-1913,''
Journal of Economic History, 53 (1993), 575-600.
Hellman, Judith Adler, "Mexican
Popular Movements, Clientilism, and the Process of Democratization,''
Latin American Perspectives,Î No. 81 (Spring '94), 124-42.
Heppner, Ernest, Shanghai
Refuge: A Memoir of a World War II Jewish Ghetto (Nebraska, 1993).
Hess, Gary R., "The Unending
Debate: Historians and the Vietnam War,'' Diplomatic History, 18
(Spring '94), 239-64.
Higbee, Mark, "W.E.B. Du Bois,
F.B. Ransom, the Madam Walker Company, and Black Business Leadership in
the 1930s,'' Indiana Magazine of History, 89 (June 1993), 101-24.
Hill, Herbert and James E. Jones,
Jr., eds., Race in America: The Struggle for Equality (Wisconsin,
"Historical Anthropology of
Class Formation,'' special section of Social Science History, 18
(Spring '94), 77-152.
"History of Women and Education,''
special issue of History of Education Quarterly, 33:4 (Winter '93).
Hobbs, Margaret, "Equality and
Difference: Feminism and the Defence of Women Workers during the Great
Depression,'' Labour/Le Travail, No. 32 (Fall '93), 201-24.
Hogan, Heather, Forging Revolution:
Metalworkers, Managers, and the State in St. Petersburg, 1890-1914
Holmes, Clive, "Women: Witnesses
and Witches,'' Past & Present, No. 140 (Aug. '93), 45-78.
Hopkin, Deian R. and Gregory
S. Kealey, eds., Class, Community and the Labour Movement in Wales
and Canada, 1850-1930 (Canadian Committee on Labour History, 1992).
Housman, Judy and Ramsay Rutherford,
"East Germany in Transition: An Interview with New Forum Founder Jens
Reich,'' Radical America, 24:1 (Jan.-Mar. '90), 73Å88.
Hunnicutt, Benjamin Kline, "Kellogg's
Six-Hour Day: A Capitalist Vision of Liberation through Managed Work Reduction,''
Business History Review, 66 (1992), 475-522.
Hunter, Andrea G., "Making a
Way: Strategies of Southern Urban African-American Families, 1900 and
1936,'' Journal of Family History, 18 (1993), 231-48.
"Imperialism: A Useful Category
of Analysis?'' special issue of Radical History Review, No. 57
Irons, Peter and Sephanie Guitton,
eds., May It Please the Court...: The Most Significant Oral Arguments
Made Before the Supreme Court since 1955 (New Press, 1993).
Janken, Kenneth Robert, Rayford
W. Logan and the Dilemma of the African-American Intellectual (Massachusetts,
"Japanese American Internment:
Commemorative Issue,'' Amerasia Journal, 19:1 (1993).
Jelin, Elizabeth, "The Politics
of Memory: The Human Rights Movement and the Construction of Democracy
in Argentina,'' Latin American Perspectives, No. 81 (Spring '94),
Johnson, Paul, "Class Law in
Victorian England,'' Past & Present, No. 141 (Nov. 93), 147-69.
Kealey, Gregory S. and Greg
Patmore, Canadian and Australian Labour History: Towards a Comparative
Perspective (Canadian Committee on Labour History, 1992).
Kellow, Margaret M.R., "'For
the Sake of Suffering Kansas': Lydia Maria Child, Gender, and the Politics
of the 1850s,'' Journal of Women's History, 5:2 (Fall '93), 32-49.
Kent, Susan Kingsley, Making
Peace: The Reconstruction of Gender in Interwar Britain (Princeton,
Knopf, Marcy, ed., The Sleeper
Wakes: Harlem Renaissance Stories by Women (Rutgers, 1993).
Lal, Brij V., Doug Munro, and
Edward D. Beechert, eds., Plantation Workers: Resistance and Accommodation
Lamphere, Louise, et al., Sunbelt
Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory (Cornell, 1993).
Lazerow, Jama, "Spokesmen for
the Working Class: Protestant Clergy and the Labor Movement in Antebellum
New England,'' Journal of the Early American Republic, 13 (Fall
Lebowitz, Arieh and Gail Malmgreen,
eds., Papers of the Jewish Labor Committee (Garland, 1993).
Levine, Philippa, "'Walking
the Streets in a Way No Decent Woman Should': Women Police in World War
I,'' Journal of Modern History, 66 (March '94), 34-78.
Lewis, Jane, "Gender, the Family
and Women's Agency in the Building of 'Welfare States': The British Case,''
Social History, 19 (Jan. '94), 37-56.
Lincoln, Kenneth, Indi'n
Humor: Bicultural Play in Native America (Oxford, 1993).
Linehan, Thomas, "Japanese American
Resettlement in Cleveland during and after World War II,'' Journal
of Urban History, 20 (Nov. '93), 54-80.
Lockman, Zachary, "Railway Workers
and Relational History: Arabs and Jews in British-Ruled Palestine,'' Comparative
Studies in Society and History, 35 (1993), 601-27.
"Los Angeles--Struggles toward
Multiethnic Community,'' special issue of Amerasia Journal, 19:2
Marable, Manning, "Memory and
Militancy in Transition: The 1993 March on Washington,'' Race & Class,
35 (Jan.-Mar. '94), 19-32.
Markowitz, Fran, A Community
In Spite of Itself: Soviet Jewish Emigrés in New York (Smithsonian,
Marks, Lara, "Medical Care for
Pauper Mothers and Their Infants: Poor Law Provision and Local Demand
in East London, 1870-1929,'' Economic History Review, 46 (1993),
Marrus, Michael R., "Reflections
on the Historiography of the Holocaust,'' Journal of Modern History,
66 (March '94), 92-116.
May, Elaine Tyler, "Ideology
and Foreign Policy: Culture and Gender in Diplomatic History,'' Diplomatic
History, 18 (Winter '94), 71-78.
McGuire, Philip, Taps for
a Jim Crow Army: Letters from Black Soldiers in World War II (Kentucky,
McIntosh, Robert, "Sweated Labour:
Female Needleworkers in Industrializing Canada,'' Labour/Le Travail,
No. 32 (Fall '93), 105-38.
McLoughlin, William G., After
the Trail of Tears: The Cherokees' Struggle for Sovereignty, 1839-1880
(North Carolina, 1994).
"Memorials for E.P. Thompson,''
special section of Radical History Review, No. 58 (Winter '94),
Midgley, Clare, "Anti-Slavery
and Feminism in Nineteenth-Century Britain,'' Gender & History,
5 (Autumn '93), 343-62.
Moneyhon, Carl H., The Impact
of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst
of Ruin (LSU Press, 1993).
Nelson, Bruce, "Organized Labor
and the Struggle for Black Equality in Mobile during World War II,'' Journal
of American History, 80 (Dec. '93), 952-88.
Norwood, Vera, Made from
This Earth: American Women and Nature (North Carolina, 1993).
Owings, Alison, Frauen: German
Women Recall the Third Reich (Rutgers, 1993).
Pike, David Wingate, "Between
the Junes: The French Communists from the Collapse of France to the Invasion
of Russia,'' Journal of Contemporary History, 28 (1993), 465-86.
Pitts, Walter F., Old Ship
of Zion: The Afro-Baptist Ritual in the African Diaspora (Oxford,
"Questioning our Genes,'' special
section of Contention, 2:3 (Spring '93), 21-78.
Rhodes, Chip, "Education as
Liberation: The Case of Anzia Yezierska's Bread Givers,'' Science
& Society, 57 (1993), 294-312.
Risech, Flavio, "After the Cold
War: U.S. Cuba Policy and the Cuban American Community,'' Radical America,
24:3 (July-Sept. '90), 28-33.
Robles, Arodys, and Susan Cotts
Watkins, "Immigration and Family Separation in the U.S. at the Turn of
the Twentieth Century,'' Journal of Family History, 18 (1993),
Rogers, Kim Lacy, Righteous
Lives: Narratives of the New Orleans Civil Rights Movement (NYU, 1993).
Rose, Sonya, "Respectable Men,
Disorderly Others: The Language of Gender and the Lancashire Weavers'
Strike of 1878 in Britain,'' Gender & History, 5 (Autumn '93),
Rosenberg, Emily S., "'Foreign
Affairs' after World War II: Connecting Sexual and International Politics,''
Diplomatic History, 18 (Winter '94), 59-70.
Sangster, Joan, "The Softball
Solution: Female Workers, Male Managers and the Operation of Paternalism
at Westclox, 1923-1960,'' Labour/Le Travail, No. 32 (Fall '93),
Schneirov, Richard, Pride
and Solidarity: A History of the Plumbers and Pipefitters of Columbus,
Ohio, 1889-1989 (ILR Press, 1993).
Schoonover, Thomas, The United
States in Central America, 1860-1911: Episodes in Social Imperialism and
Imperial Rivalry in the World System (Duke, 1991).
Scott, Rebecca J., "Defining
the Boundaries of Freedom in the World of Cane: Cuba, Brazil, and Louisiana
after Emancipation,'' American Historical Review, 99 (Feb. '94),
Shipman, Charles, It Had
to Be Revolution: Memoirs of an American Radical (Cornell, 1993).
Sklar, Kathryn Kish, "The Schooling
of Girls and Changing Community Values in Massachusetts Towns, 1750-1820,
History of Education Quarterly, 33 (Winter '93), 511-42, and 34:69-71.
Smith, Barbara Clark, "Food
Rioters and the American Revolution,'' William & Mary Quarterly,
61 (Jan. '94), 3-38.
Smith, Richard, "The Chinese
Road to Socialism,'' New Left Review, #199 (May-June '93), 55-99.
Smith, S.A., "Workers and Supervisors:
St. Petersburg, 1906-1917 and Shanghai, 1895-1927,'' Past & Present,
No. 139 (May '93), 131-77.
Solinger, Rickie, "'A Complete
Disaster': Abortion and the Politics of Hospital Abortion Committees,
1950-1970,'' Feminist Studies, 19 (1993), 241-68.
Stovall, Tyler, "Colour-blind
France? Colonial Workers during the First World War,'' Race & Class,
35:2 (Oct.- Dec. '93), 41-56.
"Struggle for Popular Participation,''
special issue of Latin American Perspectives, 20:4 (Fall '93).
Struve, Walter, "The Wartime
Economy: Foreign Workers, 'Half Jews,' and other Prisoners in a German
Town, 1939-1945,'' German Studies Review, 16 (1993), 463-82.
"Symposium on David Brody, Steelworkers
in America,'' special section of Labor History, 34 (Fall '93),
Tamura, Linda, The Hood River
Issei: An Oral History of Japanese Settlers in Oregon's Hood River Valley
Taylor, Verta, and Leila J.
Rupp, "Women's Culture and Lesbian Feminist Activism: A Reconsideration
of Cultural Feminism,'' Signs, 19 (Autumn '93), 32-61.
Taylor, William B., and Franklin
Pease G.Y., eds., Violence Resistance, and Survival in the Americas:
Native Americans and the Legacy of Conquest (Smithsonian, 1993).
"Theorizing Lesbian Experience,''
special issue of Signs, 18:4 Summer '93).
Thompson, Edward, "Anti-Hegemony:
The Legacy of William Blake,'' New Left Review, #201 (Sept.-Oct.
Thurner, Manuela, "'Better Citizens
Without the Ballot': American Antisuffrage Women and Their Rationale During
the Progressive Era,'' Journal of Women's History, 5:1 (Spring
Todd, Ellen Wiley, The "New
Woman'' Revisited: Painting and Gender Politics on Fourteenth Street
Tokarczyk, Michelle M. and Elizabeth
A. Fay, eds., Working-Class Women in the Academy: Laborers in the Knowledge
Factory (Massachusetts, 1993).
Truong, Monique Thuy-Dung, "The
Emergence of Voices: Vietnamese American Literature, 1975-1990,'' Amerasia
Journal, 19:3 (1993), 27-50.
Uno, Roberto, ed., Unbroken
Thread: An Anthology of Plays by Asian American Women (Massachusetts,
van Leeuwen, Marco H.D., "Logic
of Charity: Poor Relief in Preindustrial Europe,'' Journal of Interdisciplinary
History, 24 (Spring '94), 589-614.
van Onselen, Charles, "The Reconstruction
of a Rural Life from Oral Testimony: Critical Notes on the Methodology
Employed in the Study of a Black South African Sharecropper,'' Journal
of Peasant Studies, 20 (1993), 494-514.
Van Wagner, Martina J., "Are
Men's Jobs Becoming Women's Jobs: Substitution and Segmentation in the
U.S. Labor Force,'' Review of Radical Political Economics, 25 (Sept.
Van Young, Eric, "Agrarian Rebellion
and Defense of Community: Meaning and Collective Violence in Late Colonial
and Independence-Era Mexico,'' Journal of Social History, 27 (Winter
Vernon, James, Politics and
the People: A Study in English Political Culture, c. 1815-1867 (Cambridge,
von Hassell, Malve, "Issei
Women: Silences and Fields of Power,'' Feminist Studies, 19 (Fall
Walker, Kathy Le Mons, "Peasant
Insurrection in China Reconsidered: A Preliminary Examination of the Jun
Mountain Peasant Rising, Nantong County, 1863,'' Journal of Peasant
Studies, 21 (Oct. '93), 640-68.
Ward, J.R., "The Industrial
Revolution and British Imperialism, 1750-1850,'' Economic History Review,
47 (Feb. '94), 44-65.
Watkins, Susan Cotts, ed., After
Ellis Island: Newcomers and Natives in the 1910 Census (Russell Sage
Weber, Lynn, Elizabeth Higginbotham,
Rebecca F. Guy, and Cheryl Bickley, eds., Women of Color and Southern
Women: A Bibliography of Social Science Research. Annual Supplement, 1991/1992
(Memphis State University Center for Research on Women, 1993).
Weiler, Kathleen, "Women and
Rural School Reform: California, 1900-1940,'' History of Education
Quarterly, 33 (Spring '94), 25-48.
Weiner, Lynn Y., "Reconstructing
Motherhood: The La Leche League in Postwar America,'' Journal of American
History, 80 (March '94), 1357-81.
Weir, Robert, "Powderly and
the Home Club: The Knights of Labor Joust Among Themselves,'' Labor
History, 34 (1993), 84-122.
West, Cornel, Keeping Faith:
Philosophy and Race in America (Routledge, 1993).
________, Race Matters
White, Luise, "Vampire Priests
of Central Africa: African Debates about Labor and Religion in Colonial
Northern Zambia,'' Comparative Studies in Society and History,
35 (Oct. '93), 746-72.
Winn, Peter, "A Worker's Nightmare:
Taylorism and the 1962 Yarur Strike in Chile,'' Radical History Review,
No. 58 (Winter '94), 4-34.
Witt, Linda, Karen M. Paget
and Glenna Matthews, Running as a Woman: Gender and Power in American
Politics (Free Press, 1993).
Wolf, Stephanie, G., As Various
as Their Land: The Everyday Lives of 18th Century Americans (HarperCollins,
Wolfe, Joel, "'Father of the
Poor' or 'Mother of the Rich'?: Getúlio Vargas, Industrial Workers,
and the Constructions of Class, Gender, and Populism in Sao Paolo, 1930-1954,''
Radical History Review, No. 58 (Winter '94), 80-111.
Worster, Donald, An Unsettled
Country: Changing Landscapes of the American West (New Mexico, 1994).
Wright, Annette C., "The Aftermath
of the General Strike: Managers and the Workplace at Burlington Mills,''
Journal of Southern History, 60 (Feb. '94), 81-112.
Wright, Erik Olin, "Class Analysis,
History and Emancipation,'' New Left Review, #202 (Nov.- Dec. '93),
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