"Recent Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
(reprinted from recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)


Number 78, June 1998

Abdullah, Ibrahim, "Rethinking African Labour and Working-Class History: The Artisan Origins of the Sierra Leonean Working Class," Social History, 23 (1998), 80-96.

Affron, Matthew and Mark Antliff, eds., Fascist Visions: Art and Ideology in France and Italy (Princeton, 1997).

Aiken, Charles, The Cotton Plantation South Since the Civil War (Johns Hopkins, 1998).

Altschuler, Glenn C. and Stuart M. Blumin, "Roundtable: Limits of Political Engagement in Antebellum America: A New Look at the Golden Age of Participatory Democracy," Journal of American History, 84 (1997), 855-85, with additional responses by Harry L. Watson, Jean Harvey Baker, and Norma Basch.

Amdur, Kathryn E., "Paternalism, Productivism, Collaborationism: Employers and Society in Interwar and Vichy France," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 137-63.

Arnesen, Eric, "Up from Exclusion: Black and White Workers, Race, and the State of Labor History," Reviews in American History, 21:1 (March 1998), 146-74.

Atleson, James B., Labor and the Wartime State: Labor Relations and Law during World War II (Illinois, 1998).

Ayres, Ron and David Clark, "Capitalism, Industrialism and Development in Latin America: The Dependency Paradigm Revisited," Capital & Class, No. 64 (1998), 89-118.

Barry, Coubacar, Senegambia and the Atlantic Slave Trade (Cambridge, 1998).

Bayat, Asef, "Workless Revolutionaries: The Unemployed Movement in Revolutionary Iran," International Review of Social History, 42 (1997), 159-86.

Belanger, Kelly, Linda Strom and John Russo, "Critical Literacy and the Organizing Model of Unionism: Reading and Writing History at a Steelworkers' Union Hall," Radical Teacher, No. 51 (Fall 1997), 16-21.

Benevati, Elisabetta, "Americanism and Paternalism: Managers and Workers in Twentieth-Century Italy," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 5-26.

Berlin, Ira, Joseph P. Ready, and Leslie Rowlands, Freedom's Soldiers: The Black Military Experience in the Civil War (Cambridge, 1998).

Bethel, Elizabeth Rauh, Promiseland: A Century of Life in a Negro Community (South Carolina, 1997).

"Beyond National Boundaries: The Complexity of Japanese-American History," special issue of Amerasia Journal, 23:3 (Winter 1997-98).

Blackburn, Sheila C., "'No Necessary Connection with Homework': Gender and Sweated Labour, 1840-1909," Social History, 22 (1997), 269-85.

Blackwelder, Julia Kirk, Now Hiring: The Feminization of Work in the United States, 1900-1995 (Texas A&M, 1998).

Blight, David W. and Brooks D. Simpson, eds., Union and Emancipation: Essays on Politics and Race in the Civil War Era (Kent State, 1998).

Block, Fred and Jeff Manza, "Could We End Poverty in Postindustrial Society? The Case of a Progressive Negative Income Tax," Politics & Society, 25 (1997), 473-512.

Bortz, Jeffrey, "'Without Any More Law Than Their Own Caprice': Cotton Textile Workers and the Challenge to Factory Authority During the Mexican Revolution," International Review of Social History, 42 (1997), 253-88.

Boyer, Paul, A Historian Reflects on America's Half-Century Encounter with Nuclear Weapons (Ohio, 1998).

Brandes, Stanley, "Sugar, Colonialism, and Death: On the Origins of Mexico's Day of the Dead," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39 (1997), 270-99.

Braun, Herbert, "Protests of Engagement: Dignity, False Love, and Self-Love in Mexico during 1968," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39 (1997), 511-49.

Brazilian Left and Neoliberalism," special issue of Latin American Perspectives, 25:1 (Jan. 1998).

Brecher, Jeremy, Strike! (Rev. ed, South End Press, 1998).

Breckenridge, Keith, "'We Must Speak for Ourselves': The Rise and Fall of a Public Sphere on the South African Gold Mines, 1920-1931," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40 (1998), 71-108.

Bredbenner, Candice Lewis, A Nationality of Her Own: Women, Marriage, and the Law of Citizenship (California, 1998).

Brock, Lisa and Digna Castaneda, Between Race and Empire: African-Americans and Cubans before the Cuban Revolution (Temple, 1998).

Brosius, J. Peter, "Prior Transcripts, Divergent Paths: Resistance and Acquiescence to Logging in Sarawak, East Malaysia," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39 (1997), 468-510.

Browder, Laura, Rousing the Nation: Radical Culture in Depression America (Massachusetts, 1998).

Brown, Howard G., "From Organic Society to Security State: The War on Brigandage in France, 1797-1802," Journal of Modern History, 69 (1997), 661-95.

Brown, James Seay, Jr., Up before Daylight: Life Histories from the Alabama Writers' Project, 1938-1939 (Alabama, 1998).

Brown, Kathleen M., "Beyond the Great Debates: Gender and Race in Early America, Reviews in American History, 21;1 (March 1998), 96-123.

Bruley, Sue, "'A Very Happy Crowd': Women in Industry in South London in World War Two," History Workshop Journal, No. 44 (Fall 1997), 58-76.

Buchanan, Paul G., "Counterhegemonic Strategies in Neoliberal Argentina," Latin American Perspectives, 24 (Nov. 1997), 113-32.

Bundle, Martin, "The Construction of History," Journal of Women's History, 9 (Fall 1997), 119-31, with comments by Judith Zinsser.

Burdick, John, "The Lost Constituency of Brazil's Black Movements," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Jan. 1998), 136-55.

Bussel, Robert, "'A Love of Unionism and Democracy': Rose Pesotta, Powers Hapgood, and the Industrial Union Movement, 1933-1949," Labor History, 38 (1997), 202-28.

Caron, Simone M., "Birth Control and the Black Community in the 1960s: Genocide or Power Politics," Journal of Social History, 31 (1998), 545-70.

Carr, Barry, "From the Mountains of the Southeast: A Review of Recent Writings on the Zapatistas of Chiapas," Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, 3:2 (Dec. 1997), 109-24.

"Challenging Impoverished Curricula," special section of Radical History Review, No. 69 (Fall 1997), 189-273, with contributions by Judith A. DeGroat, Eileen Boris, Theodore Hamm, Karen Kleeh-Tolley, and Timothy B. Smith.

Clancy-Smith, Julia and Frances Gouda, eds., Domesticating the Empire: Race, Gender, and Family Life in French and Dutch Colonialism (Virginia, 1997).

Clark, Gregory, "Commons Sense: Common Property Rights, Efficiency, and Institutional Change," Journal of Economic History, 58 (1998), 73-102.

Cleary, David, "'Lost Altogether to the Civilised World': Race and Cabanagem in Northern Brazil, 1750 to 1850," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40 (1998), 109-35.

Clement, Christopher I., "Returning Aristide: The Contradictions of US Foreign Policy in Haiti," Race & Class, 39:2 (Oct. 1997), 21-36.

Colodny, Robert Garland, "That Is Where I Am Going to Go [a historian's memoir of the Spanish Civil War]," The Volunteer, 19:3 (Fall 1997).

Conklin, Alice L., "Colonialism and Human Rights, A Contradiction in Terms? The Case of France and West Africa, 1895-1914," American Historical Review, 103 (1998), 419-42.

Conklin, Alice, "From World Systems to Post-Coloniality: Teaching the History of European Imperial Encounters in the Modern Age," Radical History Review, No. 71 (Spring 1998), 150-63.

Cooper, Jill E., "Keeping the Girls in Line: The Medical Department and Women Workers at AT&T, 1913-1940," Pennsylvania History, 64 (1997), 490-508.

Crichlow, Michaeline, "Reconfiguring the 'Informal Economy' Divide: State, Capitalism, and Struggle in Trinidad and Tobago," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Mar. 1998), 62-83.

Curtin, Jennifer, and Winton Higgins, "Feminism and Unionism in Sweden," Politics & Society, 26 (1998), 69-94.

Dalzell, Frederick, "DreamWorking Amistad, Revolt, and Freedom in America, 1839 and 1997," New England Quarterly, 71 (1998), 127-33.

Daniels, Roger, "No Lamps Were Lit for Them: Angel Island and the Historiography of Asian American Immigration," Journal of American Ethnic History, 16:1 (Fall 1997), 3-18.

Davis, Angela Y., Blues Legacies and Black Feminism: Gertrude "Ma" Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Billie Holliday (Pantheon, 1998).

Davis, Diane E., "The Social Construction of Mexico City: Political Conflict and Urban Development, 1950-1966," Journal of Urban History, 24 (1998), 364-401.

Davis, Hugh, "Northern Colonizationists and Free Blacks, 1823-1837: A Case Study of Leonard Bacon," Journal of the Early Republic, 17 (1997), 651-76.

DeCaro, Louis Jr., On the Side of My People: A Religious Life of Malcolm X (NYU, 1997).

Diner, Steven J., A Very Different Age: Americans of the Progressive Era (Hill & Wang, 1997).

Doty, C. Stewart, "'Monsieur Maurras est ici': French Fascism in Franco-American New England," Journal of Contemporary History, 32 (1997), 527-38.

Drachman, Virginia G., Sisters in Law: Women Lawyers in Modern American History (Harvard, 1997).

Egerton, Douglas R., "Black Independence Struggles and the Tale of Two Revolutions: A Review Essay," Journal of Southern History, 64 (1998), 95-116.

Eisenberg, Susan, We'll Call You If We Need You: Experiences of Women Working Construction (Cornell, 1997).

Eley, Geoff, "Socialism by Any Other Name? Illusions and Renewal in the History of the Western European Left," New Left Review, #227 (Jan. 1998), 97-115.

Elkind, Sarah S., "Building a Better Jungle: Anti-Urban Sentiment, Public Works, and Political Reform in American Cities, 1880-1930," Journal of Urban History, 24 (1998), 53-78.

Engel, Barbara Alpern and Anastasia Posadskaya-Vanderbeck, eds., A Revolution of Their Own: Voices of Women in Soviet History (Westview, 1998).

Farmer, Sharon, "Down and Out and Female in Thirteenth-Century Paris," American Historical Review, 103 (1998), 345-72.

Farnham, Christie Anne, ed., Women of the American South: A Multicultural Reader (NYU, 1998).

Ferguson, Karen J., "Caught in `No Man's Land': The Negro Demonstration Service and the Ideology of Booker T. Washington, 1900-1918," Agricultural History, 72 (1998), 33-54.

Fernandes, Leela, "Beyond Public Spaces and Private Spheres: Gender, Family, and Working-Class Politics in India," Feminist Studies, 23 (1997), 525-48.

Filho, Joao Roberto Martins, "Students and Politics in Brazil, 1962-1992," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Jan. 1998), 156-69.

Findlay, Eileen, "Decency and Democracy: The Politics of Prostitution in Ponce, Puerto Rico, 1890-1900," Feminist Studies, 23 (1997), 471-500.

Flynn, George Q., "Conscription and Equity in Western Democracies, 1940-75," Journal of Contemporary History, 33 (1998), 5-20.

Foley, Neil, The White Scourge: Mexicans, Blacks, and Poor Whites in Texas Cotton Culture (California, 1997).

Fraser, Gertrude Jacinta, African American Midwifery in the South: Dialogues of Birth, Race, and Memory (Harvard, 1998).

Fredrickson, George M., The Comparative Imagination: On the History of Racism, Nationalism, and Social Movements (California, 1997).

Freedman, Estelle, B., "'The Burning of Letters Continues': Elusive Identities and the Historical Construction of Sexuality," Journal of Women's History, 9:4 (Winter 1998), 181-200.

Friedland, Michael B., Lift Up Your Voice Like a Trumpet: White Clergy and the Civil Rights and Antiwar Movements, 1954-1973 (North Carolina, 1998).

Gabaccia, Donna, We Are What We Eat: Ethnic Food and the Making of Americans (Harvard, 1998).

Gaines, Kevin K., Uplifting the Race: Black Leadership, Politics, and Culture in the Twentieth Century (North Carolina, 1997).

Gal, John, "Unemployment Insurance, Trade Unions and the Strange Case of the Israeli Labour Movement," International Review of Social History, 42 (1997), 357-396.

Gitlin, Jay, "Private Diplomacy to Private Property,: States, Tribes, and Nations in the Early National Period," Diplomatic History, 22 (1998), 85-100.

Glickman, Lawrence B., "Workers of the World, Consume: Ira Steward and the Origins of Labor Consumerism," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 50 (Fall 1997), 72-86.

Glickstein, Jonathan, "Pressures from Below: Pauperism, Chattel Slavery, and the Ideological Construction of Free Market Labor Incentives in Antebellum America," Radical History Review, No. 69 (Fall 1997), 114-59.

Goodman, Paul, Of One Blood: Race Equality and the Emergence of Abolitionism (California, 1998).

Gordon, Colin, "Why No National Health Insurance in the U.S.? The Limits of Social Provision in War and Peace, 1941-1948," Journal of Policy History, 9 (1997), 277-310.

Greenberg, Cheryl Lynn, ed., A Circle of Trust: Remembering SNCC (Rutgers, 1997).

Griffiths, Clara, "Remember Tolpuddle: Rural History and Commemoration in the Inter-War Labour Movement," History Workshop Journal, No. 44 (Fall 1997), 145-70.

Grimsted, David, America Mobbing, 1828-1861: Toward Civil War (Oxford, 1998).

Gronowicz, Anthony, Race and Class Politics in New York City Before the Civil War (Northeastern, 1998).

Gutierrez, Ramon A. and Richard J. Orsi, eds., Contested Eden: California before the Gold Rush (California, 1998).

Hahn, Steven, "'Extravagant Expectations' of Freedom: Rumour, Political Struggle, and the Christmas Insurrection Scare of 1865 in the American South," Past & Present, No. 157 (Nov. 1997), 122-77.

Hammond, John, "Popular Education in El Salvador: Lessons for College Teachers," Review of Radical Political Economics, 29 (Sept. 1997), 103-11.

Handler, Richard and Eric Gable, The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg (Duke, 1998).

Herf, Jeffrey, Divided Memory: The Nazi Past in Two Germanys (Harvard, 1997).

Higbie, Toby, "Crossing Class Boundaries: Tramp Ethnographers and Narratives of Class in Progressive Era America," Social Science History, 21 (1997), 559-92.

________, "Indispensable Outcasts: Harvest Laborers in the Wheat Belt of the Middle West, 1890-1925," Labor History, 38 (1997), 393-412.

Hill, Christopher, Puritanism and Revolution: Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th Century (St. Martin's, 1997).

Hoffman, Elizabeth Cobbs, All You Need Is Love: The Peace Corps and the Spirit of the 1960s (Harvard, 1998).

Holleran, Philip M., "Family Income and Child Labor in Carolina Cotton Mills," Social Science History, 21 (1997), 297-320.

Hunter, Allen, ed., Rethinking the Cold War (Temple, 1998).

Jacobs, Meg, "'How About Some Meat?": The Office of Price Administration, Consumption Politics, and State Building from the Bottom Up, 1941-1946," Journal of American History, 84 (1997), 910-41.

James, Daniel, "Meatpackers, Peronists and Collective Memory: A View from the South," American Historical Review, 102 (1997), 1404-12.

Jameson, Elizabeth, All That Glitters: Class, Conflict, and Community in Cripple Creek (Illinois, 1998).

Jensen, Joan M., "Women on the Pacific Rim: Some Thoughts on Border Crossings," Pacific Historical Review, 67 (1998), 3-40.

Jones, Jacqueline, "Race and Gender in Modern America," Reviews in American History, 21:1 (March 1998), 220-38.

Katz, Michael B., "Segmented Visions: Recent Historical Writings on American Welfare," Journal of Urban History, 24 (1998), 244-55.

Keddie, Nikki R., "Secularism and the State: Towards Clarity and Global Comparison," New Left Review, #226 (Nov. 1997), 21-40.

Kelley, Robin D.G., Yo' Mama's Disfunktional!: Fighting the Culture Wars in Urban America (Beacon, 1997).

Kenny, Kevin, Making Sense of the Molly Maguires (Oxford, 1997).

Kiffmeyer, Thomas J., "From Self-Help to Sedition: The Appalachian Volunteers in Eastern Kentucky, 1964-1970," Journal of Southern History, 64 (1998), 65-94.

Kling, Blair B., "Paternalism in Indian Labor: The Tata Iron and Steel Company of Jamshedpur," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 69-87.

Knapper, Karl, "Women and the Black Panther Party: An Interview with Angela Brown," Socialist Review, 26:1/2 (1996), 25-68.

Knudsen, Jerry W., "Veil of Silence: The Argentine Press and the Dirty War, 1976-1983," Latin American Perspectives, 24 (Nov. 1997), 93-112.

Kornbluh, Felicia, "To Fulfill Their 'Rightly Needs': Consumerism and the National Welfare Rights Movement," Radical History Review, No. 69 (Fall 1997), 76-113.

Kutler, Stanley, ed., Abuse of Power: The New Nixon Tapes (Free Press, 1998).

Leary, Elly and Jean Alonso, "The Women Who Organized Harvard: A Feminist Model of Labor Organization?" Monthly Review, 49 (Dec. 1997), 1-9.

Lerner, Gerda, ed., The Feminist Thought of Sarah Grimké (Oxford, 1998).

Lessa, Sergio, "The Situation of Marxism in Brazil," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Jan. 1998), 94-108.

Levine, Philippa, "Battle Colors: Race, Sex, and Colonial Soldiery in World War I," Journal of Women's History, 9:4 (Winter 1998), 104-30.

Liang, Hua, "Fighting for a New Life: Social and Patriotic Activism of Chinese American Women in New York City, 1900 to 1945," Journal of American Ethnic History, 17:2 (Winter 1998), 22-38.

Liberalism and the Left: Rethinking the Relationship," special section in Radical History Review, No. 71 (Spring 1998), 3-51.

Licht, Walter, "Fringe Benefits: A Review Essay on the American Workplace," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 164-78.

Ling, Peter, J., "Developing Freedom Songs: Guy Carawan and the African-American Traditions of the South Carolina Sea Islands," History Workshop Journal, No. 44 (Fall 1997), 199-214.

Litwack, Leon F., Trouble in Mind: Black Southerners in the Age of Jim Crow (Knopf, 1997).

Livesay, James, "Agrarian Ideology and Commercial Republicanism in the French Revolution," Past & Present, No. 157 (Nov. 1997), 94-121.

Lloyd, Brian, "Feminism, Utopian and Scientific: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Prison of the Familiar, American Studies, 39 (1998), 85-104.

________, Left Out: Pragmatism, Exceptionalism, and the Poverty of American Marxism, 1890-1922 (Johns Hopkins, 1997).

Lockley, Timothy J., "Crossing the Race Divide: Interracial Sex in Antebellum Savannah," Journal of Peasant Studies, 18 (1997), 159-73.

Luckett, Thomas Manley, "Hunting for Spies and Whores: A Parisian Riot on the Eve of the French Revolution," Past & Present, No. 156 (Aug. 1997), 116-43.

Manring, M.M., Slave in a Box: The Strange Career of Aunt Jemima (Virginia, 1998).

Mazlish, Bruce, "Comparing Global History to World History," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 28 (1998), 385-96.

McCartin, Joseph A., "Industrial Unionism as Liberator or Leash? The Limits of 'Rank-and-Filism' in American Labor Historiography," Journal of Social History, 31 (1998), 701-10.

________, Labor's Great War: The Struggle for Industrial Democracy and the Origins of Modern American Labor Relations, 1912-1921 (North Carolina, 1998).

McCrate, Elaine, "Welfare and Women's Earnings," Politics & Society, 25 (1997), 417-42.

McLeod, Marc C., "Undesirable Aliens: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism in the Comparison of Haitian and British West Indian Immigrant Workers in Cuba, 1912-1939," Journal of Social History, 31 (1998), 599-624.

Mead, Karen, "Gendering the Obstacles to Progress in Positivist Argentina," Hispanic American Historical Review, 77(1997), 645-76.

Montgomery, David, "Introduction: Workers' Choices, Company Policies, and Loyalties," special issue on Workers and Paternalism in International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 1-4.

Morris, Thomas D., Southern Slavery and the Law, 1619-1860 (North Carolina, 1997).

Nash, Gary B., "The Work of Richard Dunn," Pennsylvania History, 64 (Summer 1997), 11-25.

Nenadic, Stana, "The Social Shaping of Business Behaviour in the Nineteenth-Century Women's Garment Trades," Journal of Social History, 31 (1998), 625-46.

Norton, Mary Beth, "`The Ablest Midwife that Wee Knowe in the Land': Mistress Alice Tilly and the Women of Boston and Dorchester, 1649-1650," William & Mary Quarterly, 54 (1997), 105-34.

O'Laughlin, Bridget, "Missing Men? The Debate over Rural Poverty and Women-headed Households in Southern Africa," Journal of Peasant Studies, 25:2 (Jan. 1998), 1-48.

Olson, James S. and Randy Roberts, My Lai: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Books, 1997).

Palmer, Bryan D. and robin Lunn, "The big sleep: The Malartic Mine Fire of 1947," Labour/Le Travail, 39 (Spring 1997), 225-40.

Patterson, Thomas C., Inventing Western Civilization (Monthly Review, 1997).

Peck, Gunther, "Divided Loyalties: Immigrant Padrones and the Evolution of Industrial Paternalism in North America," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 49-68.

Perez, Marvette, "Interview with Bernice Johnson Reagon," Radical History Review, No. 68 (Spring 1997), 4-24.

Pino, Julio Cesar, "Labor in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro, 1940-1969," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Mar. 1998), 18-40.

________, "The Faces of Urban Poverty in Brazil: Squatter Life in Rio de Janeiro and the Northeast," Journal of Urban History, 24 (1998), 256-63.

Pollock, Linda A., "Rethinking Patriarchy and the Family in Seventeenth-Century England," Journal of Family History, 23 (1998), 3-27.

Powell, Richard J., Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance (California, 1998).

Powers, Madelon, Faces along the Bar: Lore and Order in the Workingman's Saloon, 1870-1920 (Chicago, 1998).

Pran, Dith, compiler, Children of Cambodia's Killing Fields: Memoirs by Survivors (Yale, 1997).

Rabban, David M., Free Speech in Its Forgotten Years, 1870-1920 (Cambridge, 1997).

Reed, Ishmael, ed., Multi America: Essays on Cultural Wars and Cultural Peace (Penguin, 1997).

Rees, Jonathan, "Homestead in Context: Andrew Carnegie and the Decline of the Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers," Pennsylvania History, 64 (1997), 509-33.

Reeves, Keith, Voting Hopes or Fears? White Voters, Black Candidates, and Racial Politics in America (Oxford, 1997).

Reich, Michael, "Social Structure of Accumulation Theory: Retrospect and Prospect," Review of Radical Political Economics, 29 (Sept. 1997), 1-10.

"Religion in Early America," special issue of William & Mary Quarterly, 54 (Oct. 1997).

Rhomberg, Chris, "White Nativism and Urban Politics: The 1920s Ku Klux Klan in Oakland, California," Journal of American Ethnic History, 17:2 (Winter 1998), 39-55.

Riney-Kehrberg, Pamela, "Women, Technology, and Rural Life: Some Recent Literature," Technology and Culture, 38 (1997), 942-50.

Rosenbloom, Joshua L., "Strikebreaking and the Labor Market in the United States, 1881-1894," Journal of Economic History, 58 (1998), 183-205.

Rosenfeld, Alvin H., ed., Thinking about the Holocaust: After Half a Century (Indiana, 1997).

Roth, Mitchel, "Cholera, Community, and Public Health in Gold Rush Sacramento and San Francisco," Pacific Historical Review, 66 (1997), 527-52.

"Roundtable on Gender, Race, Class, Culture, and Politics," with articles by Carole Turbin, Laura L. Frader, Sonya O. Rose, Evelny Nakano Glenn, and Elizabeth Faue, special section in Social Science History, 22 (1998), 1-46.

Ruffins, Faith Davis, "Culture Wars Won and Lost: Ethnic Museums on the Mall, Part I: The National Holocaust Museum and the National Museum of the American Indian," Radical History Review, No. 68 (Spring 1997), 79-102.

Ruiz, Vicki L., From Out of the Shadows: Mexican Women in 20th Century America (Oxford, 1997).

Rupp, Leila J., "Sexuality and Politics in the Early Twentieth Century: The Case of the International Women's Movement," Feminist Studies, 23 (1997), 577-606.

Ryan, Desmond, "The Thatcher Government's Attack on Higher Education in Historical Perspective," New Left Review, #227 (Jan. 1998), 3-32.

Salzinger, Leslie, "From High Heels to Swathed Bodies: Gendered Meanings under Production in Mexico's Export-Processing Industry," Feminist Studies, 23 (1997), 549-76.

Satya, Laxman D., "Colonial Encroachment and Popular Resistance: Land Survey and Settlement Operations in Berar (Central India), 1861-1877," Agricultural History, 72 (1998), 55-76.

Schecter, Patricia A., "'All the Intensity of My Nature': Ida B. Wells, Anger, and Politics," Radical History Review, No. 70 (Win. 1998), 48-77.

Schneider, Dorothea, "The Work That Never Ends: New Literature on Paid Domestic Work and Women of Color," Journal of American Ethnic History, 17:2 (Winter 1998), 61-66.

Schneirov, Richard, Labor and Urban Politics: Class, Conflict, and the Origins of Modern Liberalism in Chicago (Illinois, 1998).

Schniedwind, Karin, "Life-Long Work or Well-Deserved Leisure in Old Age? Conceptions of Old Age Within the French and German Labour Movements in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries," International Review of Social History, 42 (1997), 397-46.

Schoonover, Thomas, "'The Big and the Small of It': Perspectives in Latin American-U.S. Relations," Diplomatic History, 22 (1998), 285-94.

Schrecker, Ellen, Many Are the Crimes: McCarthyism in America (Little, Brown, 1998).

Scott, Joan W., "'La Querelle des Femmes' in the Late Twentieth Century," New Left Review, #226 (Nov. 1997), 3-20.

See, Scott W., "Nineteenth-Century Collective Violence: Toward a North American Context," Labour/Le Travail, 39 Spring 1997), 13-38.

Shor, Francis Robert, Utopianism and Radicalism in a Reforming America (Greenwood, 1997).

Smith, Geoffrey S., "Beware, the Historian! Hiroshima, the Enola Gay, and the Dangers of History," Diplomatic History, 22 (1998), 121-30.

Smith, Mark M., Mastered by the Clock: Time, Slavery, and Freedom in the American South (North Carolina, 1997).

Snodgrass, Michael David, "The Birth and Consequences of Industrial Paternalism in Monterrey, Mexico, 1890-1940," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 53 (Spring 1998), 115-36.

Soderlund, Richard J., "'Intended as a Terror to the Idle and Profligate': Embezzlement and the Origins of Policing in the Yorkshire Worsted Industry, c. 1750-1777," Journal of Social History, 31 (1998), 647-70.

Solinger, Rickie, ed., Abortion Wars: A Half Century of Struggle, 1950-2000 (California, 1998).

Sowell, David, "Repertories of Contention in Urban Colombia, 1760s-1940s: An Inquiry into Latin American Social Violence," Journal of Urban History, 24 (1998), 302-36.

Spitzer, Leo, Hotel Bolivia: Culture and Memory in a Refuge from Nazism (Hill & Wang, 1998).

Stave, Bruce M., "A Conversation with Charles Tilly: Urban History and Urban Sociology," Journal of Urban History, 24 (1998), 184-225.

Steffen, Charles G., "In Search of the Good Overseer: The Failure of the Agricultural Reform Movement in Lowcountry South Carolina, 1821-1834," Journal of Southern History, 63 (1997), 753-802.

Steinberg, Stephen, "Science and Politics in the Work of William Julius Wilson," New Politics , No. 22 (Winter 1997), 76-80.

Stepenoff, Bonnie, "Keeping It in the Family: Mother Jones and the Pennsylvania Silk Strike of 1900-1901," Labor History, 38 (1997), 432-49.

Stephens, Judith L. and Kathy A. Perkins, eds., Strange Fruit: Plays on Lynching by American Women (Indiana, 1998).

Stowell, Daniel W., Rebuilding Zion: The Religious Reconstruction of the South, 1863-1877 (Oxford, 1998).

Stromquist, Shelton and Marvin Bergman, eds., Unionizing the Jungles: Labor and Community in the Twentieth-Century Meatpacking Industry (Iowa, 1998).

Surdam, David G., "King Cotton: Monarch or Pretender? The State of the Market for Raw Cotton on the Eve of the American Civil War," Economic History Review, 51 (1998), 113-32.

Sweeney, Dennis, "Work, Race and the Transformation of Industrial Culture in Whilhelmine Germany," Social History, 23 (1998), 31-62.

Takahashi, Jere, Nisei/Sansei: Shifting Japanese American Identities and Politics (Temple, 1998).

Terborg-Penn, Rosalyn, African-American Women in the Struggle for the Vote, 1850-1920 (Indiana, 1998).

Tillotson, Shirley, "''When Our Membership Awakens': Welfare Work and Canadian Union Activism, 1950-1965," Labour/Le Travail, 40 (Fall 1997), 137-70.

Tilly, Charles, Durable Inequality (California, 1997).

Tolnay, Stewart E., "Migration Experience and Family Patterns in the 'Promised Land,'" Journal of Family History, 23 (1998), 68-89.

Topp, Michael Miller, "The Transformation of the Italian-American Left: The Lawrence Strike of 1912 and the Italian Chamber of Labor in New York City," Journal of American Ethnic History, 16:1 (Fall 1997), 39-63.

Torigian, Michael, "From Guinea Pig to Prototype: Communist Labour Policy in the Paris Metal Industry, 1922-35," Journal of Contemporary History, 32 (1997), 465-82.

Trotter, Joe William, Jr., River Jordan: African American Urban Life in the Ohio Valley (Kentucky, 1998).

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher, "Wheels, Looms, and the Gender Division of Labor in Eighteenth-Century New England," William & Mary Quarterly, 54 (1997), 3-28.

Vargas, Zaragosa, "Tejana Radical: Emma Tenayuca and the San Antonio Labor Movement during the Great Depression," Pacific Historical Review, 66 (1997), 553-80.

Veltmeyer, Henry, "New Social Movements in Latin America: The Dynamics of Class and Identity," Journal of Peasant Studies, 25:1 (Oct. 1997), 139-69.

Ventresca, Robert, "'Cowering Women, Combative Men?': Femininity, Masculinity and Ethnicity on Strike in Two Southern Ontario Towns, 1964,1966," Labour/Le Travail, 39 (Spring 1997), 125-58.

Vincent, Susan, "Gender Ideologies and the Informal Economy: Reproduction and the 'Grapes-0f-Wrath-Effect' in Mata Chico, Peru," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Mar. 1998), 120-39.

von Frank, Albert J., The Trials of Anthony Burns: Freedom and Slavery in Emerson's Boston (Harvard, 1998).

Voth, Hans-Joachim, "Time and Work in Eighteenth-Century London," Journal of Economic History, 58 (1998), 29-58.

Wallerstein, Immanuel, "Eurocentrism and its Avatars: The Dilemmas of Social Science," New Left Review, #226 (Nov. 1997), 93-108.

Walsh, Lorena S., From Calabar to Carter's Grove: The History of a Virginia Slave Community (Virginia, 1998).

Ward, Brian, Just My Soul Responding: Rhythm and Blues, Black Consciousness, and Race Relations (California, 1998).

Wasson, E.A., "The Penetration of New Wealth into the English Governing Class from the Middle Ages to the First World War," Economic History Review, 51 (1998), 25-48.

Weems, Robert E., Jr., Desegregating the Dollar: African American Consumerism in the Twentieth Century (NYU, 1997).

Weil, Francois, "Capitalism and Industrialization in New England, 1815-1845," Journal of American History, 84 (1998), 1334-54.

Weinhauer, Klaus, "Labour Market, Work Mentality and Syndicalism: Dock Labour in the United States and Hamburg, 1900-1950s," International Review of Social History, 42 (1997), 219-52.

Weisenfeld, Judith, African American Women and Christian Activism: New York's Black YWCA, 1905-1945 (Harvard, 1998).

"What Comes After Patriarchy? Comparative Reflections on Gender and Power in a 'Post-Patriarchal' Age," special section in Radical History Review, No. 71 (Spring 1998), 52-95.

White, Alan, "'We Never Knew What Price We Were Going to Have Till We Got to the Warehouse': Nineteenth-Century Sheffield and the Industrial District Debate," Social History, 22 (1997), 307-17.

White, Richard, Remembering Ahanagran: History and Storytelling in a Family's Past (Hill & Wang, 1998).

White, Shane and Graham White, Stylin': African American Expressive Culture from Its Beginnings to the Zoot Suit (Cornell, 1998).

Wilson, Tamar Diana, "Approaches to Understanding the Position of Women Workers in the Informal Sector," Latin American Perspectives, 25 (Mar. 1998), 105-19.

Winslow, Calvin, ed., Waterfront Workers: New Perspectives on Race and Class (Illinois, 1998).

Wittner, Lawrence S., Resisting the Bomb: A History of the World Nuclear Disarmament Movement, 1954-1970 (Stanford, 1998).

Wolcott, Victoria W., "The Culture of the Informal Economy: Numbers Runners in Inter-War Black Detroit," Radical History Review, No. 69 (Fall 1997), 46-75.

"Women's History and the National History Standards," special section with articles by Christie Farnham, Barbara A. Moss, Virginia S. Wilson, Helga Harriman, Joan Hoff, and Joan W. Scott, Journal of Women's History, 9 (Fall 1997), 140-76.

Wong, K. Scott, and Sucheng Chan, eds., Claiming America: Constructing Chinese American Identities During the Exclusion Era (Temple, 1998).

Wood, Marcus, "Seeing is Believing, or Finding the 'Truth' in Slave Narrative: The Narrative of Henry Bibb as Perfect Misrepresentation," Slavery & Abolition, 18 (1997), 174-211.

Young, James E., "Toward a Received History of the Holocaust," History and Theory, 36:4 (1997), 21-43.

Zagarri, Rosemarie, "The Right of Man and Woman in Post-Revolutionary America," William & Mary Quarterly, 54 (1997), 203-30.

Zieger, Robert H., "Historians and the U.S. Industrial Relations Regime," Journal of Policy History, 9 (1997), 475-89.


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