Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)
Number 73, November
Abdullah, Ibraham, "'Liberty
of Death': Working Class Agitation and the Labour Question in Colonial
Freetown, 1938-1939," International Review of Social History, 40
Accampo, Elinor, Rachel G. Fuchs,
and Mary Lynn Stewart, Gender and the Politics of Social Reform in
France, 1870-1914 (Johns Hopkins, 1994).
Ackelsberg, Martha A., "Dependency
of Mutuality: A Feminist Perspective on Dilemmas of Welfare Policy," Rethinking
Marxism, 7 (Summer '94), 73-86.
"Agribusiness and International
Agriculture: The New Farmers," special issue of Agricultural History,
69 (Spring '95).
Alexander, Sally, Becoming
a Woman and Other Essays in 19th and 20th Century Feminist History
Alonso, Harriet Hyman, "Nobel
Peace Laureates, Jane Addams and Emily Green Balch: Two Women of WILPF,"
Journal of Women's History, 7:2 (Summer '95), 6-26.
Alperowitz, Gar, The Decision
to Use the Atomic Bomb: And the Architecture of an American Myth (Knopf,
American Social History Project,
Freedom's Unfinished Revolution: The Civil War and Reconstruction,
a primary source text and document reader (New Press, 1995).
Anderson, Karen, Changing
Women: A History of Racial Ethnic Women in Modern America (Oxford,
Angelo, Larian, "Wage Labour
Deferred: The Recreation of Unfree Labour in the US South," Journal
of Peasant Studies, 22 (1995), 581-644.
Aparicio, Frances R., "On Multiculturalism
and Privilege: A Latina Perspective," American Quarterly, 46 (1994),
Bederman, Gail, Manliness
and Civilization: A Cultural History of Gender and Race in the United
States, 1880-1917 (Chicago, 1995).
Beinart, William and Saul Dubow,
eds., Segregation and Apartheid in Twentieth Century South Africa
Ben-Ghiat, Ruth, "Fascism, Writing,
and Memory: The Realist Aesthetic in Italy, 1930-1950," Journal of
Modern History, 67 (1995), 627-65.
Berryman, Philip, Stubborn
Hope: Religion, Politics, and Revolution in Central America (New Press,
Bickford-Smith, Vivian, Ethnic
Pride and Racial Prejudice in Victorian Cape Town: Group Identity and
Social Practice, 1875-1902 (Cambridge, 1995).
Birnbaum, Pierre and Ira Katznelson,
eds., Paths of Emancipation: Jews, States, and Citizenship (Princeton,
Black, Allida M., Casting
Her Own Shadow: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Shaping of Postwar Liberalism
Boulton, Alexander O., "The
American Paradox: Jeffersonian Equality and Racial Science," American
Quarterly, 47 (1995), 467-92.
Boyle, Kevin, The UAW and
the Heyday of American Liberalism, 1945-1968 (Cornell, 1995).
Buhle, Paul and Edward Rice-Maximin,
William Appleman Williams: The Tragedy of Empire (Routledge, 1995).
Buhle, Paul, A Dreamer's
Paradise Lost: Louis C. Friana/Lewis Corey (1892-1953) and the Decline
of Radicalism in the United States (Humanities Press, 1995).
Burgmann, Verity, Revolutionary
Industrial Unionism: The Industrial Workers of the World in Australia
Butler, Kathleen Mary, The
Economics of Emancipation: Jamaica and Barbados, 1823-1843 (North
Calloway, Colin G., The American
Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American
Communities (Cambridge, 1995).
Caulfield, Norman, "Wobblies
and Mexican Workers in Mining and Petroleum, 1905-1924," International
Review of Social History, 40 (195), 51-76.
Charr, Easurk Emsen, The
Golden Mountain: The Autobiography of a Korean Immigrant, 1895-1960,
ed. with an introduction by Wayne Patterson (Illinois, 1995).
Cheibub, José Antonio,
"Mobilizing and Sustaining Collective Action in the Mexican Revolution,"
Politics & Society, 23 (1995), 243-58.
Cherny, Robert W., "The Making
of a Labor Radical: Harry Bridges, 1901-1934," Pacific Historical Review,
64 (1995), 363-88.
Chomsky, Aviva, West Indian
Workers and the United Fruit Company of Costa Rica, 1870-1940 (LSU,
"Class Formation and Political
Mobilization in Turn-of-the-Century Milan," special section in Social
Science History, 19 (1995), 239-94.
Colby, Gerard with Charlotte
Dennett, Thy Will Be Done: The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller
and Evangelism in the Age of Oil (HarperCollins, 1995).
Cooper, Frederick, "Work, Class
and Empire: An African Historian's Retrospective on E.P. Thompson," Social
History, 20 (1995), 235-42.
Cronon, William, ed., Uncommon
Ground: Toward Reinventing Nature (W.W. Norton, 1995).
Davin, Anna, Growing Up Poor:
Home, School and Street in London, 1870-1914 (Rivers Oram Press, 1995).
Dias, Maria Odila Silva, Power
and Everyday Life: The Lives of Working Women in Nineteenth-Century Brazil,
trans. by Ann Frost (Rutgers, 1995).
Diggs, Marylynne, "Romantic
Friends or a 'Different Race of Creatures'? The Representation of Lesbian
Pathology in Nineteenth-Century America," Feminist Studies, 21
Economakis, Evel and Robert
J. Brym, "Marriage and Militance in a Working-Class District of St. Petersburg,
1896-1913, Journal of Family History, 20 (1995),l 23-44.
Edmunds, R. David, "Native Americans,
New Voices: American Indian History, 1895-1995," American Historical
Review, 100 (1995), 717-40.
Fagge, Roger, "'Citizens of
this Great Republic': Politics and the West Virginia Miners, 1900-1922,"
International Review of Social History, 40 (1995), 31-50
Ferrie, Joseph P., "Up and Out
or Down and Out? Immigrant Mobility in the Antebellum United States,"
Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 26 (1995), 33-56.
Fishkin, Shelley Fisher, "Interrogating
'Whiteness,' Complicating 'Blackness': Remapping American Culture," American
Quarterly, 47 (1995), 428-66.
Fitzsimmons, David M., "Tom
Paine's New World Order: Idealistic Internationalism in the Ideology of
Early American Foreign Relations," Diplomatic History, 19 (1995),
Fraccina, Francis, "Meyer Schapiro's
Choice: My Lai, Guernica, MoMA and the Art Left, 1969-70," Journal
of Contemporary History, 30 (1995), 481-512, and 705-28.
Frader, Laura L., "Dissent over
Discourse: Labor History, Gender, and the Linguistic Turn," History
and Theory, 34 (1995), 213-30.
Franklin, John Hope and Genna
Rae McNeil, eds., African Americans and the Living Constitution
Fraser, Nancy, and Linda Gordon,
"'Dependency' Demystified: Inscriptions of Power in a Keyword of the Welfare
State," Social Politics, 1 (1994), 4-31.
Garfinkle, Adam, Telltale
Hearts: The Origins and Impact of the Vietnam Antiwar Movement, with
a preface by Stephen Ambrose (St. Martin's, 1995).
Ghaffari, Reza, "The Economic
Consequences of Islamic Fundamentalism in Iran: The Political Economy
of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1979-94," Capital & Class, No.
56 (Summer '95), 91-116.
"Global Flows of Labor and Capital,"
scholarly controversy with article by Charles Tilly and comments by Immanuel
Wallerstein, E.J. Hobsbawm, and Lourdes Benería, International
Labor and Working Class History, Jo. 47 (Spring '95), 1-55.
Gosse, Van, "'Active Engagement':
The Legacy of Central America Solidarity," NACLA Report on the Americas,
28 (Mar.- Apr. '95), 22-29.
Gould, Roger V., Insurgent
Identities: Class, Community, and Protest in Paris from 1848 to the Commune
Griffin, Farah Jasmine, "Who
Set You Flowin'?'' The African-American Migration Narrative (Oxford,
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.
Grossman, Atina, Reforming
Sex: The German Movement for Birth Control and Abortion Reform, 1920-1950
Haas, Lisbeth, Conquests
and Historical Identities in California, 1769-1936 (California, 1995).
Hale, Charles A., "Frank Tannenbaum
and the Mexican Revolution," Hispanic American Historical Review,
75 (1995), 215-46.
Hansen, Karen V., "'No Kisses
Is Like Youres': An Erotic Friendship between Two African-American Women
during the Mid-Nineteenth Century," Feminist Studies, 7 (1995),
Harris, J. William, "Etiquette,
Lynching, and Racial Boundaries in Southern History: A Mississippi Example,"
American Historical Review, 100 (1995), 387-410.
Hildebrand, Reginald F., The
Times Were Strange and Stirring: Methodist Preachers and the Crisis of
Emancipation (Duke, 1995).
Hill, Anita F. and Emma Coleman
Jordan, eds., Race, Gender, and Power in America (Oxford, 1995).
Hine, Darlene Clark, Wilma King,
and Linda Reed, eds., "We Specialize in the Wholly Impossible'': A
Reader in Black Women's History (NYU, 1995).
"Hiroshima in History and Memory:
A Symposium," special section in Diplomatic History, 19:2 (Summer
Hirsch, Arnold R., "Massive
Resistance in the Urban North: Trumbull Park, Chicago, 1953-1966," Journal
of American History, 82 (1995), 522-50.
Hoffman, Ronald, and Peter J.
Albert, eds., "The Transforming Hand of Revolution'': Reconsidering
the American Revolution as a Social Movement (Virginia, 1995).
Hogan, Michael, ed., Hiroshima
in History and Memory (Cambridge, 1995).
Hollinger, David, Postethnic
America: Beyond Multiculturalism (Basic, 1995).
Howell, Chris, "Trade Unions
and the State: A Critique of British Industrial Relations," Politics
& Society, 23 (1995), 149-84.
Howell, David L., Capitalism
from Within: Economy, Society, and the State in a Japanese Fishery
Huck, Paul, "Infant Mortality
and Living Standards of English Workers during the Industrial Revolution,"
Journal of Economic History, 55 (1995), 528-50.
Hyman, Paula E., Gender and
Assimilation in Modern Jewish History: The Roles and Representation of
Women (Washington, 1995).
special issue of Race & Class, 37 (July-Sept. '95).
Jardini, David, "From Iron to
Steel: The Recasting of the Jones and Laughlin Workforce between 1885
and 1896," Technology and Culture, 35 (1995), 271-301.
Johnson, Christopher H., The
Life and Death of Industrial Languedoc, 1700-1920 (Oxford, 1995).
Joppke, Christian, "Intellectuals,
Nationalism, and the Exit from Communism: The Case of East Germany," Comparative
Studies in Society and History, 37 (1995), 213-41.
Kapadia, Karin, "Where Angels
Fear To Tread?: 'Third World Women' and 'Development,"' Journal of
Peasant Studies, 22 (1995), 356-68.
Kaplan, Steven Lawrence, Farewell
Revolution: The Historians' Feud, France, 1789/1989 and Farewell
Revolution: Disputed Legacies, France, 1789/1989 (Cornell, 1995).
Kaye, Harvey, "Why Do Ruling
Classes Fear History?'' and Other Questions (St. Martin's, 1995).
Kennedy, Kathleen, "Declaring
War on War: Gender and the American Socialist Attack on Militarism, 1914-1918,"
Journal of Women's History, 7:2 (Summer '95), 27-51.
Kenny, Kevin, "The Molly Maguires
and the Catholic Church," Labor History, 37 (1995), 345-76.
Kimura, Mitsuhiko, "The Economics
of Japanese Imperialism in Korea, 1910-1939," Economic History Review,
48 (1995), 555-74.
Kipnis, Andrew, "Within and
Against Peasantness: Backwardness and Filiality in Rural China," Comparative
Studies in Society and History, 37 (1995), 110-35.
Klammer, Martin, Whitman,
Slavery, and the Emergence of Leaves of Grass (Penn State, 1995).
Klein-Robbenhaar, John F.I.,
"Agro-Industry and the Environment: The Case of Mexico in the 1990s,"
Agricultural History, 69 (1995), 395-412.
Knaut, Andrew L., The Pueblo
Revolt of 1680: Conquest and Resistance in Seventeenth-Century New Mexico
Lavrin, Asunción, Women,
Feminism, and Social Change in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, 1890-1940
Leeder, Elaine, The Gentle
General: Rosa Pesotta, Anarchist and Labor Organizer (State Univ.
of NY Press, 1994).
Letwin, Daniel, "Interracial
Unionism, Gender, and 'Social Equality' in the Alabama Coalfields, 1878-1908,"
Journal of Southern History, 61 (1995), 519-54.
Lewis, Earl, "To Turn as on
a Pivot: Writing African Americans into a History of Overlapping Diasporas,"
American Historical Review, 100 (1995), 765-87.
Lichtenstein, Nelson, The
Most Dangerous Man in Detroit: Walter Reuther and the Fate of American
Labor (Basic, 1995).
Lipsitz, George, "The Possessive
Investment in Whiteness: Racialized Social Democracy and the 'White' Problem
in American Studies," American Quarterly, 47 (1995), 369-87, with
comments by George J. Sanchez, Henry Louis Taylor, Jr., and Walter E.
Lu, Hanchao, "Creating Urban
Outcasts: Shantytowns in Shanghai, 1920-1950," Journal of Urban History,
21 (1995), 563-96.
Lui, Adonica Y., "Political
and Institutional Constraints of Reform: The Charity Reformers' Failed
Campaigns against Pulic Outdoor Relief, New York City, 1875-1898," Journal
of Policy History, 7 (1995), 341-64.
Lutjens, Sheryl L., "Reading
Between the Lines: Women, the State, and Rectification in Cuba," Latin
American Perspectives, 22 (Spring '95), 100-24.
MacKay, Lynn, "A Culture of
Poverty? The St. Martin in the Fields Workhouse, 1817," Journal of
Interdisciplinary History, 26 (1995), 209-32.
Mackinnon, Alison, "Were Women
Present at the Demographic Transition? Questions from a Feminist Historian
to Historical Demographers," Gender & History, 7 91995), 222-40.
Maffi, Mario, Gateway to
the Promised Land: Ethnicity and Culture in New York's Lower East Side
Magliari, Michael, "What Happened
to the Populist Vote? A California Case Study," Pacific Historical
Review, 64 (1995), 389-412.
Mangini, Shirley, Memories
of Resistance: Women's Voices from the Spanish Civil War (Yale, 1995).
Markoff, John, "Violence, Emancipation,
and Democracy: The Countryside and the French Revolution," American
Historical Review, 100 (1995), 360-86.
Marks, Lynne, "Indigent Committees
and Ladies Benevolent Societies: Intersections of Public and Private Poor
Relief in late Nineteenth Century Small Town Ontario," Studies in Political
Economy, No. 47 (Summer '95), 61-88.
Mason, Michael, The Making
of Victorian Sexual Attitudes (Oxford, 1995).
Mason, Tim, Nazism, Fascism
and the Working Class, ed. by Jane Caplan (Cambridge, 1995).
Matthaei, Julie, "The Sexual
Division of Labor, Sexuality and Lesbian/Gay Liberation: Toward a Marxist-Feminist
Analysis of Sexuality in U.S. Capitalism," Review of Radical Political
Economics, 27 (June '95), 1-37.
May, Elaine Tyler, Barren
in the Promised Land: Childless Americans and the Pursuit of Happiness
Maynes, Mary Jo, Taking the
Hard Road: Life Course in French and German Workers' Autobiographies in
the Era of Industrialization (North Carolina, 1995).
McWilliams, Monica, "Struggling
for Peace and Justice: Reflections on Women's Activism in Northern Ireland,"
Journal of Women's History, 7:1 (Spring '95), 13-39.
Mikell, Gwendolyn, "African
Feminism: Toward a New Politics of Representation," Feminist Studies,
21 (1995), 405-24.
Moors, Annelies, Women, Property
and Islam: Palestinian Experiences, 1920-1990 (Cambridge, 1995).
Morantz-Sanchez, Regina, "Entering
Male Professional Terrain: Dr. Mary Dixon Jones and the Emergence of Gynecological
Surgery in the Nineteenth-Century United States," Gender & History,
7 (1995), 201-21.
Moser, Richard, The New Winter
Soldiers: GI and Veteran Dissent during the Vietnam Era (Rutgers,
Mosk, Carl, "Household Structure
and Labor Markets in Postwar Japan," Journal of Family History,
20 (1995), 103-25.
Neckerman, Kathryn M., "Divided
Households: Extended Kin in Working-Class Chicago, 1924," Social Science
History, 19 (1965), 371-98.
Nelson, Daniel, Farm and
Factory: Workers in the Midwest, 1880-1990 (Indiana, 1995).
Nobile, Philip, ed. Judgment
at the Smithsonian--rejected script for the Hiroshima exhibit at the
National Air and Space Museum, with an afterword by Barton J. Bernstein
(Marlowe & Co., 1995).
Nord, Philip, The Republican
Moment: Struggles for Democracy in Nineteenth-Century France (Harvard,
Northrup, David, Indentured
Labor in the Age of Imperialism, 1834-1922 (Cambridge, 1995).
"Palestine: Diplomacies of Defeat,"
special issue of Race & Class, 37 (Oct.-Dec. '95).
Payne, Charles M., I've Got
the Light of Freedom: The Organizing Tradition and the Mississippi Freedom
Struggle (California, 1995).
Pietrykowksi, Bruce, "Gendered
Employment in the U.S. Auto Industry: A Case Study of the Ford Motor.
Phoenix Plant, 1922-1940," Review of Radical Political Economics,
27 (Sept. '95), 39-48.
"The Politics of Abortion and
Birth Control in Historical Perspective," special issue of Journal
of Policy History, 7:1 (1995).
Porter, Roy, London: A Social
History (Harvard, 1995).
Portillo, Ma. Josefina Saldana,
"Re-guarding Myself: Menchu's Autobiographical Rendering of the Authentic
Order," Socialist Review, 94:1&2 (1995), 85-114.
Post, Charles, "The Agrarian
Origins of US Capitalism: The Transformation of the Northern Countryside
before the Civil War," Journal of Peasant Studies, 22 (1995), 389-445.
Racioppi, Linda and Katherine
O'Sullivan See, "Organizing Women before and after the Fall: Women's Politics
in the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia," Signs, 20 (1995),
"Redefining Democracy: Cuba
and Chiapas," special issue of Latin American Perspectives, 22:4
Regin, Nancy R., A German
Women's Movement: Class and Gender in Hanover, 1880-1933 (North Carolina,
Roberts, Ronald Suresh, Clarence
Thomas and the Tough Love Crowd: Counterfeit Heroes and Unhappy Truths
Rose, Jim, "'The Problem Every
Supervisor Dreads': Women Workers at the U.S. Steel Duquesne Works during
World War II," Labor History, 37 (1995), 24-51.
Rose, Nancy E., Workfare
or Fair Work: Women, Welfare, and Government Work Programs from the 1930s
to the 1990s (Rutgers, 1995).
Rosner, David, ed., Hives
of Sickness: Public Health and Epidemics in New York City (Rutgers,
Ryon, Roderick N., "Craftsmen's
Union Halls, Male Bonding, and Female Industrial Labor: The Case of Baltimore,
1880-1917," Labor History, 37 (1995), 211-31.
Salmond, John A., Gastonia
1929: The Story of the Loray Mill Strike (North Carolina, 1995).
Salyer, Lucy A., Laws Harsh
as Tigers: Chinese Immigrants and the Shaping of Modern Immigration Law
(North Carolina, 1995).
Scally, Robert James, The
End of Hidden Ireland: Rebellion, Famine, and Emigration (Oxford,
Scholliers, Peter, "Grown-ups,
Boys and Girls in the Ghent Cotton Industry: The Voortman Mills, 1835-1914,"
Social History, 20 (1995), 201-18.
Scully, Pamela, "Rape, Race,
and Colonial Culture: The Sexual Politics of Identity in the Nineteenth-Century
Cape Colony, South Africa," American Historical Review, 100 (1995),
Shahidian, Hammed, "Islam, Politics,
and the Problems of Writing Women's History in Iran," Journal of Women's
History, 7:2 (Summer '95), 113-44.
Smith, Kevin D., "A Fragmented
Freedom: The Historiography of Emancipation and its Aftermath in the British
West Indies," Slavery & Abolition, 16 (1995), 101-30.
Soloway, Richard A., "The 'Perfect
Contraceptive': Eugenics and Birth Control Research in Britain and America
in the Interwar Years," Journal of Contemporary History, 30 (1995),
Stack, Carol, Call To Home:
African Americans Reclaim the Rural South (Basic, 1995).
Steinberg, Stephen, "Race and
Radicalism in the 1960s," New Politics, 19 (Summer '95), 41-54.
Steinberg, Stephen, Turning
Back: The Retreat from Racial Justice in American Thought and Policy
Stevenson, Brenda, Life in
Black and White: Family and Community in the Slave South (Oxford,
Stott, Richard B., ed., History
of My Own Times , or the Life and Adventures of William Otter (Cornell,
Stowell, David O., "Small Property
Holders and the Great Strike of 1877: Railroads, City Streets, and the
Middle Classes," Journal of Urban History, 21 (1995), 741-63.
Sugrue, Thomas J., "Crabgrass-Roots
Politics: Race, Rights, and the Reaction against Liberalism in the Urban
North, 1940-1964," Journal of American History, 82 (1995), 551-78.
Sutton, Donald S., "Consuming
Counterrevolution: The Ritual and Culture of Cannibalism in Wuxuan, Guangxi,
China, May to July 1968," Comparative Studies in Society and History,
37 (1995), 136-72.
Tamura, Eileen H., "Gender,
Schooling and Teaching, and the Nisei in Hawaii: An Episode in American
Immigration History, 1900-1940," Journal of American Ethnic History,
14 (Summer '95), 3-26.
Tanner, Clare L., "Class, Caste
and Gender in Collective Action: Agricultural Labour Unions in Two Indian
Villages," Journal of Peasant Studies, 22 (1995), 672-98.
Thale, Mary, "Women in London
Debating Societies in 1780," Gender & History, 7 (1995), 5-24.
"Thinking Theory in Asian American
Studies," special issue of Amerasia Journal, 21:1&2 (1995).
Tolnay, Stewart and E.M. Beck,
A Festival of Violence: An Analysis of Southern Lynchings, 1882-1930
Trexler, Richard C., Sex
and Conquest: Gendered Violence, Political Order, and the European Conquest
of the Americas (Cornell, 1995).
Turner, William B., "Lesbian/Gay
Rights and Immigration Policy: Lobbying to End the Medical Model," Journal
of Policy History, 7 (1995), 208-25.
Valiulis, Maryann Gialanella,
"Power, Gender, and Identity in the Irish Free State," Journal of Women's
History, 7:1 (Spring '95), 99-116.
Vergara, Camilo José,
The New American Ghetto (Rutgers, 1995).
Viola, Lynne, Peasant Rebels
Under Stalin: Collectivization and the Culture of Peasant Resistance
Wach, Howard M., "A Boston Feminist
in the Victorian Public Sphere: The Social Criticism of Caroline Healey
Dall," New England Quarterly, 68 (1995), 429-50.
Weir, Lorna, "Left Popular Politics
in Canadian Feminist Abortion Organizing, 1982-1991," Feminist Studies,
20 (1994), 249-74.
Wellman, David, The Union
Makes Us Strong: Radical Unionism on the San Francisco Waterfront
White, Shane and Graham White,
"Slave Clothing and African-American Culture in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Centuries," Past & Present, No. 148 (Aug. '95), 149-86.
Wilson, Sandra, "Mobilizing
Women in Inter-War Japan: The National Defence Women's Association and
the Manchurian Crisis," Gender & History, 7 (1995), 295-314.
Winans, Edgar V., "The Head
of the King: Museums and the Path to Resistance," Comparative Studies
in Society and History, 36 (1994), 221-41.
Wixson, Douglas, Worker-Writer
in America: Jack Conroy and the Tradition of Midwestern Literary Radicalism,
1898-1990 (Illinois, 1994).
"World History and Its Critics,"
theme issue of History and Theory, 34:2 (1995).
Zieger, Robert, The CIO,
1935-1955 (North Carolina, 1995).
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