Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)
Number 72, May 1995
Abrash, Barbara, and Daniel
J. Walkowitz, "Sub/versions of History: A Meditation of Film and Historical
Narrative," History Workshop Journal, No. 38 (Autumn '94), 203-14.
Ackelsberg, Martha A., "Dependency
or Mutuality: A Feminist Perspective on Dilemmas of Welfare Policy," Rethinking
Marxism, 7 (Summer '94), 73-86.
Adamson, Christopher, "God's
Continent Divided: Politics and Religion in Upper Canada and the Northern
and Western United States, 1775 to 1841," Comparative Studies in Society
and History, 36 (1994), 417-46.
Adler, Glenn and Eddie Webster,
"Challenging Transition Theory: The Labor Movement, Radical Reform, and
Transition to Democracy in South Africa," Politics & Society, 23
Agarwal, Bina, "Gender, Resistance
and Land: Interlinked Struggles over Resources and Meanings in South Asia,"
Journal of Peasant Studies, 22 (1994), 81-125.
Aguilar, Filomeno V., Jr., "Sugar
Planter-State Relations and Labour Processes in Colonial Philippine Haciendas,"
Journal of Peasant Studies, 22 (1994), 50-80.
Alexander, Elizabeth, "'We Must
Be about Our Father's Business': Anna Julia Cooper and the In-Corporation
of the Nineteenth-Century African-American Woman Intellectual," Signs,
20 (1995), 336-56.
Allman, Jean, "Making Mothers:
Missionaries, Medical Officers and Women's Work in Colonial Asante, 1924-1945,"
History Workshop Journal, No. 38 (Autumn '94), 23-47.
Anderson, Terry, The Movement
and the Sixties: Protest in America from Greensboro to Wounded Knee
Aparicio, Frances R., "On Multiculturalism
and Privilege: A Latina Perspective," American Quarterly, 46 (1994),
Argersinger, Peter H., The
Limits of Agrarian Radicalism: Western Populism and American Politics
Arnesen, Eric, "'Like Banquo's
Ghost, It Will Not Down': The Race Question and the American Railroad
Brotherhoods, 1880-1920," American Historical Review, 99 (1994),
"Arranging Identities: Construction
of Race, Ethnicity, and Nation," special section of Socialist Review,
94:1&2 (1995), 1-222.
Azuma, Eiichiro, "Interethnic
Conflict under Racial Subordination: Japanese Immigrants and Their Asian
Neighbors in Walnut Grove, California, 1908-1941," Amerasia Journal,
20:2 (1994), 27-56.
Baker, Thomas H., "First Movers
and the Growth of Small Industry in Northeastern Italy," Comparative
Studies in Society and History, 36 (Oct. '94), 621-48.
Barkun, Michael, Religion
and the Racist Right: The Origins of the Christian Identity Movement (North
Baumel, Judith Tydor, "Social
Interaction among Jewish Women in Crisis during the Holocaust: A Case
Study," Gender & History, 7 (1995), 64-84.
Baxandall, Rosalyn and Linda
Gordon, eds., America's Working Women: A Documentary History, revised
ed. (W.W. Norton, 1995).
Berryman, Philip, Stubborn
Hope: Religion, Politics, and Revolution in Central America (New Press,
Boris, Eileen, "The Home as
a Workplace: Deconstructing Dichotomies," International Review of Social
History, 39 (1994), 415-28.
Brecher, Jeremy, and Tim Costello,
Global Village or Global Pillage: Economic Reconstruction from the
Bottom Up (South End Press, 1994).
Broussard, Albert S., Black
San Francisco: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the West, 1900-1954
Brown, Nathan J., "Who Abolished
Corvee Labour in Egypt and Why?'' Past & Present, No. 144 (Aug.
Burner, Eric R., And Gently
He Shall Lead Them: Robert Parris Moses and Civil Rights in Mississippi
Bush, Alfred L., and Lee Clark
Marshall, The Photograph and the American Indian (Princeton, 1995).
Camp, Helen C., Iron in Her
Soul: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and the American Left (WSU Press, 1995).
Carlin, Norah, "Liberty and
Fraternities in the English Revolution: The Politics of London Artisans'
Protests, 1635-1659," International Review of Social History, 39
Carter, Bob, "A Growing Divide:
Marxist Class Analysis and the Labour Process," Capital & Class,
No. 55 (Spring '95), 33-72.
Clark, Christopher, The Communitarian
Moment: The Radical Challenge of the Northampton Association (Cornell,
Clark-Lewis, Elizabeth, Living
In, Living Out: African-American Domestics in Washington, D.C., 1910-1940
Coffin, Judith G., "Gender and
the Guild Order: The Garment Trades in Eighteenth-Century France," Journal
of Economic History, 54 (1994), 768-93.
Cohen, Rose, Out of the Shadow:
A Russian Jewish Girlhood on the Lower East Side, with an introduction
by Thomas Dublin (Cornell, 1995).
Coiner, Constance, Better
Red: The Writing and Resistance of Tillie Olsen and Meridel Le Sueur
Collier-Thomas, Bettye and James
Turner, "Race, Class and Color: The African American Discourse on Identity,"
Journal of American Ethnic History, 14 (1994), 5-31.
Cooper, Frederick, "Conflict
and Connection: Rethinking Colonial African History," American Historical
Review, 99 (1994), 1516-45.
Cornford, Daniel A., ed., Working
People of California (California, 1995).
Cudjoe, Selwyn R. and William
E. Cain. eds., C.L.R. James: His Intellectual Legacies (Massachusetts,
D'Emilio, John, "Homophobia
and the Trajectory of Postwar American Radicalism: The Case of Bayard
Rustin," Radical History Review, No. 62 (Spring '95), 80-103.
Daly, Mary E., "Women in the
Irish Free State, 1922-1939: The Interaction between Economics and Ideology,"
Journal of Women's History, 6/7 (Winter-Spring '95), 99-116.
Daniel, Pete, "Rhythm of the
Land," Agricultural History, 69 (Fall '94), 1-22.
de la Fuente, Alejandro, "Race
and Inequality in Cuba, 1899-1981," Journal of Contemporary History,
30 (1995), 131-68.
Derby, Lauren, "Haitians, Magic,
and Money: Raza and Society in the Haitian-Dominican Borderlands,
1900 to 1937," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 36 (1994),
Dittmer, John, Local People:
The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi (Illinois, 1994).
Divine, Robert A., "Historians
and the Gulf War: A Critique," Diplomatic History, 19 (1995), 117-34.
Dudziak, Mary L., "Josephine
Baker, Racial Protest, and the Cold War," Journal of American History,
81 (1994), 543-70.
"E.P. Thompson and the Uses
of History," special section of History Workshop Journal, No. 39
(Spring '95), 71-136.
Epstein, Barbara, "Masculinity
and the Culture of Anxiety in the Postwar United States," Rethinking
Marxism, 7 (Summer '94), 28-37.
Epstein, James A., Radical
Expression: Political Language, Ritual, and Symbol in England, 1790-1850
Fabre, Geneviève and
Robert O'Meally, eds., History and Memory in African American Culture
Farber, David, The Sixties:
From Memory to History (North Carolina, 1994).
Ferguson, Priscilla Parkhurst,
Paris as Revolution: Writing the Nineteenth-Century City (California,
Filtzer, Donald, Soviet Workers
and the Collapse of Perestroika: The Soviet Labour Process and Gorbachev's
Reforms, 1985-1991 (Cambridge, 1994).
Fitzpatrick, Sheila, Stalin's
Peasants: Resistance and Survival in the Russian Village after Collectivization
Foner, Eric, "The Meaning of
Freedom in the Age of Emancipation," Journal of American History,
81 (1994), 435-60.
Friday, Chris, "Asian American
Labor History and Historical Interpretations," Labor History, 35
Gabaccia, Donna, From the
Other Side: Women, Gender, and Immigrant Life in the U.S., 1820-1990
Gailus, Manfred, "Food Riots
in Germany in the Late 1840s," Past & Present, No. 145 (Nov. '94),
Garafola, Lynn, ed., "Of, By,
and For the People: Dancing on the Left in the 1930s," special issue of
Studies in Dance History, 5:1 (Spring '94).
Gerstle, Gary, "The Protean
Character of American Liberalism," American Historical Review,
99 (1994), 1043-73.
Goldman, Merle, Sowing the
Seeds of Democracy in China: Political Reform in the Deng Xiaoping Era
Gonzalez, Gilbert G. and Raul
Fernandez, "Chicano History: Transcending Cultural Models," Pacific
Historical Review, 63 (1994), 469-98.
Gordon, Colin, New Deals:
Business, Labor, and Politics in America, 1920-1935 (Cambridge, 1994).
Grim, Valerie, "The Impact of
Mechanized Farming on Black Farm Families in the Rural South: A Study
of Farm Life in the Brooks Farm Community, 1940-1970," Agricultural
History, 68 (Spring '94), 169-84.
Guerin-Gonzalez, Camille, "Conversing
Across Boundaries of Race, Ethnicity, Class, Gender and Region: Latino
and Latina Labor History," Labor History, 35 (1994), 547-63.
Gutiérrez, David G.,
Walls and Mirrors: Mexican Americans, Mexican Immigrants, and the Politics
of Ethnicity (California, 1994).
Hale, Charles A., "Frank Tannenbaum
and the Mexican Revolution," Hispanic American Historical Review,
75 (1995), 215-46.
"Harry Braverman's Labor
and Monopoly Capital," special issue of Monthly Review, 46:6
Hart, Vivien, Bound by our
Constitution: Women, Workers, and the Minimum Wage (Princeton, 1995).
Hauser, Walter, "Violence, Agrarian
Radicalism and Electoral Politics: Reflections on the Indian People's
Front," Journal of Peasant Studies, 21 (1993), 85-126.
Hayashi, Brian Masaru, "For
the Sake of Our Japanese Brethren'': Assimilation, Nationalism, and Protestantism
among the Japanese of Los Angeles, 1895-1942 (Stanford, 1995).
Helg, Aline, Our Rightful
Share: The Afro-Cuban Struggle for Equality, 1886-1912 (North Carolina,
Hill, Anita F. and Emma Coleman
Jordan, eds., Race, Gender, and Power in America (Oxford, 1995).
Hine, Darlene Clark, Elsa Barkley
Brown, and Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, eds., Black Women in White America:
An Historical Encyclopedia (Indiana, 1994).
Hinton, James, "Militant Housewives:
The British Housewives' League and the Attlee Government," History
Workshop Journal, No. 38 (Autumn '94), 129-56.
Hobsbawm, Eric, The Age of
Extremities, 1914-1991 (Pantheon, 1994).
Hoffmann, David L., Peasant
Metropolis: Social Identities in Moscow, 1929-1941 (Cornell, 1994).
Holt, Sharon Ann, "Making Freedom
Pay: Freedpeople Working for Themselves, North Carolina, 1865-1900," Journal
of Southern History, 60 (1994), 229-62.
Holt, Thomas, "Marking: Race,
Race-making, and the Writing of History," American Historical Review,
100 (1995), 1-20.
Holton, Sandra Stanley, "'To
Educate Women into Rebellion': Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Creation
of a Transatlantic Network of Radical Suffragists," American Historical
Review, 99 (1994), 1112-1136.
Horowitz, Joel, "Argentina's
Failed General Strike of 1921: A Critical Moment in the Radicals' Relations
with Unions," Hispanic American Historical Review, 75 (1995), 57-80.
Horrell, Sara and Jane Humphries,
"Women's Labour Force Participation and the Transition to the Male-Breadwinner
Family, 1790-1865," Economic History Review, 48 (1995), 89-117.
Howard, John, "The Library,
the Park, and the Pervert: Public Space and Homosexual Encounter in Post-World
War II Atlanta," Radical History Review, No. 62 (Spring '95), 166-87.
Hoy, Suellen, "The Journey Out:
The Recruitment and Emigration of Irish Religious Women in the United
States, 1812-1914," Journal of Women's History, 6/7 (Winter-Spring
Hurley, Andrew, Environmental
Inequalities: Class, Race, and Industrial Pollution in Gary, Indiana,
1945-1980 (North Carolina, 1994).
Ingle, H. Larry, First Among
Friends: George Fox and the Creation of Quakerism (Oxford, 1994).
Jacobson, Matthew, Special
Sorrows: The Diasporic Imagination of Irish, Polish, and Jewish Immigrants
in the United States (Harvard, 1995).
Johnson, Paul, Success Where
Others Fail: Social Movement Unionism and the Workplace (ILR Press,
Juster, Susan M., "Patriarchy
Reborn: The Gendering of Authority in the Evangelical Church in Revolutionary
New England," Gender & History, 6 (1994), 58-81.
Kapadia, Karin, "Where Angels
Fear To Tread?: 'Third World Women' and 'Development,"' Journal of
Peasant Studies, 22 (1995), 356-68.
Katz, Michael B., Improving
Poor People: The Welfare State, the "Underclass," and Urban Schools as
History (Princeton, 1995).
Kazin, Michael, The Populist
Persuasion: An American History (Basic, 1995).
Kelley, Robin D.G., Race
Rebels: Culture, Politics and the Black Working Class (Free Press,
Kennedy, Elizabeth Lapovsky,
"Telling Tales: Oral History and the Construction of Pre-Stonewall Lesbian
History," Radical History Review, No. 62 (Spring '95), 58-79.
Kerber, Linda K., Alice Kessler-Harris,
and Kathryn Kish Sklar, eds., U.S. History as Women's History (North
Kermode, Jennifer and Garthine
Walker, eds., Women, Crime, and the Courts in Early Modern England
(North Carolina, 1994).
Klare, Michael, Rogue State
and Nuclear Outlaws: America's Search for a New Foreign Policy (Hill
& Wang, 1994).
Kohn, Stephen M., American
Political Prisoners: Prosecutions under the Espionage and Sedition Acts
Leeder, Elaine, The Gentle
General: Rosa Pesotta, Anarchist and Labor Organizer (State Univ.
of NY Press, 1994).
Licht, Walter, Industrializing
America: The Nineteenth Century (Johns Hopkins, 1995).
Linenthal, Edward T., Preserving
Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum (Penguin,
Lipartito, Kenneth, "When Women
Were Switches: Technology, Work and Gender in the Telephone Industry,
1890-1920," American Historical Review, 99 (1994), 1074-1111.
Liu, Tessie P., "Le Patrimoine
Magique: Reassessing the Power of Women in Peasant Households in Nineteenth-Century
France," Gender & History, 6 (1994), 13-36.
Love, Richard, "In Defiance
of Custom and Tradition: Black Tobacco Workers and Labor Unions in Richmond,
Virginia, 1937-1941," Labor History, 35 (1994), 24-47.
Lovejoy, David S., "Satanizing
the American Indian," New England Quarterly, 67 (1994), 603-21.
Lutjens, Sheryl L., "Reading
Between the Lines: Women, the State, and Rectification in Cuba," Latin
American Perspectives, 22 (Spring '95), 100-24.
Lynd, Staughton, Sam Bahour,
and Alice Lynd, eds., Homeland: Oral Histories of Palestine and Palestinians
(Interlink Publishing, 1994).
"Making History from Above and
Below: Elite and Popular Perspectives on Politics," special section of
Social Science History, 18:4 (1994).
Mallon, Florencia E., "Promise
and Dilemma of Subaltern Studies: Perspectives from Latin American History,"
American Historical Review, 99 (1994), 1491-1515.
________, Peasant and Nation:
The Making of Postcolonial Mexico and Peru (California, 1994).
Marable, Manning and Leith Mullings,
"The Divided Mind of Black America: Race, Ideology and Politics in the
Post-Civil Rights Era," Race & Class, 36 (July-Sept. '94), 61-72.
Marrus, Michael R., "Jewish
Resistance to the Holocaust," Journal of Contemporary History,
30 (1995), 83-110.
McCurry, Stephanie, Masters
of Small Worlds: Yeoman Households, Gender Relations, and the Political
Culture of the Antebellum South Carolina Low Country (Oxford, 1995).
McKernan, Anne, "War, Gender,
and Industrial Innovation: Recruiting Women Weavers in Early Nineteenth-Century
Ireland," Journal of Social History, 28 (1994), 109-24.
McKillen, Elizabeth, Chicago
Labor and the Quest for a Democratic Diplomacy, 1914-1924 (Cornell,
McKiven, Henry M., Jr., Iron
and Steel: Class, Race, and Community in Birmingham, Alabama, 1875-1920
(North Carolina, 1995).
Medford, Edna Greene, "'I Was
Always a Union Man': The Dilemma of Free Blacks in Confederate Virginia,"
Slavery & Abolition, 15 (Dec. '94), 1-16.
Merrill, Michael, "Putting 'Capitalism'
in Its Place: A Review of Recent Literature," William & Mary Quarterly,
52 (1995), 315-26.
Miller, Sally M. and Daniel
A. Cornford, eds., American Labor in the Era of World War II (Greenwood,
Mills, Kenneth, "The Limits
of Religious Coercion in Mid-Colonial Peru," Past & Present, No.
145 (Nov. '94), 84-121.
Mink, Gwendolyn, The Wages
of Motherhood: Inequality in the Welfare State, 1917-1942 (Cornell,
Molony, Barbara, "Japan's 1986
Equal Employment Opportunity Law and the Changing Discourse on Gender,"
Signs, 20 (1995), 268-302.
Montgomery, David, "Labor and
the Political Leadership of New Deal America," International Review
of Social History, 39 (Dec. '94), 335-60.
Montgomery, William E., Under
Their Own Vine and Fig Tree: The African-American Church in the South,
1865-1900 (LSU Press, 1994).
Montoya, Rosario, "Liberation
Theology and the Socialist Utopia of a Nicaraguan Shoemaker," Social
History, 20 (1995), 23-44.
Morgan, Philip D., "Slaves and
Livestock in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica: Vineyard Pen, 1750-1751," William
& Mary Quarterly, 52 (1995), 47-76.
Needell, Jeffrey D., "Identity,
Race, Gender and Modernity in the Origins of Gilberto Freyre's Oeuvre,"
American Historical Review, 100 (1995), 51-77.
"New African-American Urban
History," two special sections in Journal of Urban History, 21:3
and 4 (March and May 1995).
Olliff, Martin T., "Life and
Work in a Progressive Cotton Community: Prattville, Alabama, 1846-1860,"
Agricultural History, 68 (Spring '94), 51-61.
Orleck, Anneliese, Common
Sense and a Little Fire: Women and Working-Class Politics in the United
States, 1900-1965 (North Carolina, 1995).
Osdtler, Jeffrey, "The Rhetoric
of Conspiracy and the Formation of Kansas Populism," Agricultural History,
69 (Winter '95), 1-27.
Painter, Nell Irvin, "Representing
Truth: Sojourner Truth's Knowing and Becoming Known," Journal of American
History, 81 (1994), 461-93.
Phimister, Ian, "Lashers and
Leviathan: The 1954 Coalminers' Strike in Colonial Zimbabwe," International
Review of Social History, 39 (1994), 165-96.
Portillo, Ma. Josefina Saldana,
"Re-guarding Myself: Menchu's Autobiographical Rendering of the Authentic
Order," Socialist Review, 94:1&2 (1995), 85-114.
Prakash, Gyan, "Subaltern Studies
as Postcolonial Criticism," American Historical Review, 99 (1994),
Prakash, Gyan, ed., After
Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements (Princeton,
Preston, William, Jr., Aliens
and Dissenters: Federal Suppression of Radicals, 1903-1933, revised
ed. (Illinois, 1994).
Price, John, "Lean Production
at Suzuki and Toyota: A Historical Perspective,"Studies in Political
Economy, No. 45 (Fall '94), 66-99.
Prucha, Francis Paul, American
Indian Treaties: The History of a Political Anomaly (California, 1994).
"Public History," special issue
of Gender & History, 6:3 (Nov. '94).
"Queer Issue: New Visions of
America's Lesbian and Gay Past," special issue of Radical History Review,
No. 62 (Spring '95).
Quist, John W., "'The Great
Majority of our Subscribers are Farmers': The Michigan Abolitionist Constituency
of the 1840s," Journal of the Early American Republic, 14 (1994),
Ratcliffe, B.M., "Manufacturing
in the Metropolis: The Dynamism and Dynamics of Parisian Industry in the
Mid-Nineteenth Century," Journal of European Economic History,
23 (1994), 263-328.
Reid, Donald, "In the Name of
the Father: A Language of Labour Relations in Nineteenth-Century France,"
History Workshop Journal, No. 38 (Autumn '94), 1-22.
Richter, Irving, Labor's
Struggles, 1945-1950: A Participant's View (Cambridge, 1994).
Riss, Arthur, "Racial Essentialism
and Family Values in Uncle Tom's Cabin," American Quarterly,
46 (1994), 513-44.
Roberts, Ronald Suresh, Clarence
Thomas and the Tough Love Crowd: Counterfeit Heroes and Unhappy Truths
Robinson, Cyril D. and Richard
Scaglion, with Michael Olivero, Police in Contradiction: The Evolution
of the Police Function in Society (Greenwood, 1994).
Rosenblum, Jonathan D., Copper
Crucible: How the Arizona Miners' Strike of 1983 Recast Labor-Management
Relations in America (ILR Press, 1995).
Rotter, Andrew J., "Gender Relations,
Foreign Relations: The United States and South Asia, 1947-1964," Journal
of American History, 81 (1994), 518-42.
Rubin, Eva R., ed., The Abortion
Controversy: A Documentary History (Greenwood, 1994).
Ruffins, Faith Davis, "'Lifting
as We Climb': Black Women and the Preservation of African American History
and Culture," Gender & History, 6 (Nov. '94), 376-96.
Ruthchild, Rochelle Goldberg,
ed., Women in Russia and the Soviet Union: An Annotated Bibliography
(G.K. Hall, 1994).
Salmon, Marylynn, "The Cultural
Significance of Breastfeeding and Infant Care in Early Modern England
and America," Journal of Social History, 28 (1995), 247-70.
Santos, Michael, "Between Hegemony
and Autonomy: The Skilled Iron Workers' Search for Identity, 1900-1930,"
Labor History, 35 (1994), 399-423.
Schneirov, Richard, "Rethinking
the Relation of Labor to the Politics of Urban Social Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century
America: The Case of Chicago," International Labor and Working Class
History, No. 46 (Fall '94), 93-108.
Scott, Shauna L., Two Sides
to Everything: The Dialectics of Class Consciousness in Harlan County,
Kentucky (State Univ. of NY Press, 1994).
Scranton, Philip, "Manufacturing
Diversity: Production Systems, Markets, and an American Consumer Society,
1870-1930," Technology and Culture, 35 (1994), 476-505.
Scribner, Bob, "Practical Utopias:
Pre-Modern Communism and the Reformation," Comparative Studies in Society
and History, 36 (Oct. '94), 743-74.
Shoemaker, Nancy, ed., Negotiators
of Change: Historical Perspectives on Native American Women (Routledge,
Sklar, Kathryn Kish, Florence
Kelley and the Nation's Work: The Rise of Women's Political Culture, 1830-1900
Small, Stephen, "Racial Group
Boundaries and Identities: People of 'Mixed Race' in Slavery across the
Americas," Slavery & Abolition, 15 (Dec. '94), 17-37.
Smith, Carl, Urban Disorder
and the Shape of Belief: The Great Chicago Fire, the Haymarket Bomb, and
the Model Town of Pullman (Chicago, 1994).
Smith, Thomas G., "Negotiating
with Fidel Castro: The Bay of Pigs Prisoners and a Lost Opportunity,"
Diplomatic History, 19 (1995), 59-86.
Sommestad, Lena, "Gendering
Work, Interpreting Gender: The Masculinization of Dairy Work in Sweden,
1850-1950," History Workshop, 37 (Spring '94), 57-75.
Steinberg, Marc W., "The Dialogue
of Struggle: The Contest over Ideological Boundaries in the Case of London
Silk Weavers in the Early Nineteenth Century," Social Science History,
18 (1994), 505-42.
Steinberg, Theodore, Slide
Mountain, or the Folly of Owning Nature (California, 1994).
Stokes, Melvyn and Rick Halpern,
eds., Race & Class in the American South Since 1890 (Berg, 1994).
Stott, Richard B., ed., History
of My Own Times , or the Life and Adventures of William Otter (Cornell,
Taylor, Barbara, "Religion,
Radicalism, and Fantasy," History Workshop Journal, No. 39 (Spring
Thompson, E.P., Making History:
Writings on History and Culture (New Press, 1994).
Tilly, Charles, "Globalization
Threatens Labor's Rights," International Labor and Working Class History,
No. 47 (Spring '95), 1-23, with responses by Immanuel Wallerstein, Aristide
R. Zolberg, E.J. Hobsbawm, and Lourdes Benería.
Tomich, Dale, "Small Islands
and Huge Comparisons: Caribbean Plantations, Historical Unevenness, and
Capitalist Modernity," Social Science History, 18 (1994), 339-58.
Tong, Benson, Unsubmissive
Women: Chinese Prostitutes in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco (Oklahoma,
Tosh, John, "What Should Historians
Do with Masculinity? Reflections on Nineteenth-Century Britain," History
Workshop Journal, No. 38 (Autumn '94), 179-202.
Trotter, Joe William, Jr., "African-American
Workers: New Directions in U.S. Labor Historiography," Labor History,
35 (1994), 495-523.
Truant, Cynthia Maria, The
Rites of Labor: Brotherhoods of Compagnonnage in Old and New Regime France
Tucker, Barbara M., "Agricultural
Workers in World War II: The Reserve Army of Children, Black Americans,
and Jamaicans," Agricultural History, 68 (Winter '94), 54-73.
Turbin, Carole, "Domestic Service
Revisited: Private Household Workers and Employers in a Shifting Economic
Environment," International Labor and Working Class History, No.
47 (Spring '95), 91-100.
Tushnet, Mark V., Making
Civil Rights Law: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court, 1936-1961
"Unfree Labour in the Development
of the Atlantic World," special issue of Slavery & Abolition, 15:2
Valenze, Deborah, The First
Industrial Woman (Oxford, 1994).
Vicinus, Martha, "Lesbian History:
All Theory and No Facts or All Facts and No Theory," Radical History
Review, 60 (Fall '94), 57-75.
von Saldern, Adelheid, "Current
Trends in Research on the German Workers' Movement and Labor History,"
International Labor and Working Class History, #45 (Spring '94),
Wagman, Barnet, "Occupation,
Power, and the Origins of Labor Segmentation in the U.S., 1870-1910,"
Review of Radical Political Economics, 27 (March '95), 1-24.
Wald, Alan, "Cuba and the U.S.
New Left," Michigan Quarterly Review, 33 (1994), 883-91.
________, Writing from the
Left: New Essays on Radical Culture and Politics (Verso, 1994).
Walker, Alice, "The Story of
Why I Am Here: Or, A Woman Connects Oppressions," Monthly Review,
46:2 (June '94), 38-43.
Walker, Samuel, Hate Speech:
The History of an American Controversy (Nebraska, 1994).
Walkowitz, Daniel J., "'Normal
Life' in the New Ukraine: The Crisis of Identity Among Donetsk's Miners,"
Radical History Review, No. 61 (Winter '95), 62-91.
Wall, Irwin M., "The United
States, Algeria, and the Fall of the Fourth French Republic," Diplomatic
History, 18 (1994), 489-512.
Weber, Devra, Dark Sweat,
White Gold: California Farm Workers, Cotton, and the New Deal (California,
Weiler, Kathleen, "Schooling
Migrant Children: California, 1920-1940," History Workshop, 37
(Spring '94), 117-42.
Weinstein, Barbara, "The Model
Worker of the Paulista Industrialists: The 'Operário Padrao' Campaign,
1964-1985," Radical History Review, No. 61 (Winter '95), 92-123.
Weir, Lorna, "Left Popular Politics
in Canadian Feminist Abortion Organizing, 1982-1991," Feminist Studies,
20 (1994), 249-74.
Weisenfeld, Judith, "The Harlem
YWCA and the Secular City, 1904-1945," Journal of Women's History,
6 (Fall '94), 62-78.
Weller, Robert P., Resistance,
Chaos and Control in China: Taiping Rebels, Taiwanese Ghosts and Tiananmen
Wells, Roger, "E.P. Thompson,
Customs in Common, and Moral Economy," Journal of Peasant Studies,
21 (1994), 263-307.
Wells, Tom, The War Within:
America's Battle Over Vietnam (California, 1994).
West, Patricia, "Gender Politics
and the 'Invention of Tradition': The Museumization of Louisa May Alcott's
Orchard House," Gender & History, 6 (Nov. '94), 456-67.
"What Next for Labor and Working-Class
History?'' roundtable in International Labor and Working Class History,
#46 (Fall '94), 7-92.
White, Richard and Patricia
Nelson Limerick, The Frontier in American Culture (California,
White, Shane, "'It Was a Proud
Day': African Americans, Festivals, and Parades in the North, 1741-1834,"
Journal of American History, 81 (1994), 13-50.
Whitehead, Judy, "Bodies Clean
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Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, The
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