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

Number 79, December 1998
Adelman, Jeremy, "Political Ruptures and Organized Labor: Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico, 1916-1922," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 54 (Fall 1998), 103-25.

"African Americans in Pennsylvania," special issue of Pennsylvania History, 65:3 (Summer 1998).

"African Americans in Southern Agriculture, 1877-1945," special issue of Agricultural History, 72 (Spring 1998).

Ahmad, Aijaz, "The Communist Manifesto and the Problem of Universality," Monthly Review, 50 (June 1998), 12-23.

Alexander, J. Trent, "The Great Migration in Comparative Perspective: Interpreting the Urban Origins of Southern Black Migrants to Depression-Era Pittsburgh," Social Science History, 22 (1998), 349-76.

Archer, Robin, "Unions, Courts, and Parties: Judicial Repression and Labor Politics in Late Nineteenth-Century America," Politics & Society, 26 (1998), 391-422.

Aronowitz, Stanley, From the Ashes of the Old: American Labor and America's Future (Houghton Mifflin, 1998).

Azuma, Eiichiro, "Racial Struggle, Immigrant Nationalism, and Ethnic Identity: Japanese and Filipinos in the California Delta, 1930-1941," Pacific Historical Review, 67 (1998), 163-200.

Bailey, Brian, The Luddite Rebellion (NYU, 1998).

Baily, Samuel L., Immigrants in the Lands of Promise: Italians in Buenos Aires and New York City, 1870-1914 (Cornell, 1998).

Bak, Joan L., "Labor, Community, and the Making of a Cross-Class Alliance in Brazil: The 1917 Railroad Strikes in Rio Grande do Sul," Hispanic American Historical Review, 78 (1998), 179-228.

Baker, Lee D., From Savage to Negro: Anthropology and the Construction of Race, 1896-1954 (California, 1998).

Bartov, Omer, "Defining Enemies, Making Victims: Germans, Jews, and the Holocaust," American Historical Review, 103 (1998), 771-816.

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.

Berkin, Carol and Leslie Horowitz, Women's Voices, Women's Lives: Documents in Early American History (Northeastern, 1998).

Berlin, Ira, Many Thousands Gone: The First Two Centuries of Slavery in North America (Harvard, 1998).

Berlin, Ira, Marc Favreau, and Steven F. Miller, eds., Remembering Slavery: African Americans Talk about Their Personal Experiences of Slavery and Emancipation (New Press, 1998); book and audiotape set.

Bernstein, Henry, "Social Change in the South African Countryside? Land and Production, Poverty and Power," Journal of Peasant Studies, 25:4 (July 1998), 1-32.

Bickers, Robert, "Shanghailanders: The Formation and Identity of the British Settler Community in Shanghai, 1843-1937," Past & Present, No. 159 (May 1998), 161-210.

Boris, Eileen, "'You Wouldn't Want One of 'Em Dancing with Your Wife': Racialized Bodies on the Job in World War II," American Quarterly, 50 (1998), 77-108.

________, "Scholarship and Activism: The Case of Welfare Justice" (introduction to special section), Feminist Studies, 24 (1998), 27-31.

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.

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.

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.

Brodkin, Karen, How Jews Became White Folks and What That Says About Race in America (Rutgers, 1998).

Brown, Cliff, "Racial Conflict and Split Labor Markets: The AFL Campaign to Organize Steel Workers, 1918-1919," Social Science History, 22 (1998), 319-48.

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.

Burns, Kathryn, "Gender and the Politics of Mestizaje: The Convent of Santa Clara in Cuzco, Peru," Hispanic American Historical Review, 78 (1998), 5-44.

Burrows, Edwin G. and Mike Wallace, Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898 (Oxford, 1998).

Butler, Kim D., Freedoms Given, Freedoms Won: Afro-Brazilians in Post-Abolition Sao Paulo and Salvador (Rutgers, 1998).

Bynum, Victoria E., "'White Negroes' in Segregated Mississippi: Miscegenation, Racial Identity, and the Law," Journal of Southern History, 64 (1998), 247-76.

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.

________, "Identity, Class, and Nation: Black Immigrant Workers, Cuban Communism, and the Sugar Insurgency, 1925-1934," Hispanic American Historical Review, 78 (1998), 83-116.

Casanovas, Joan, Bread, or Bullets! Urban Labor and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1898 (Pittsburgh, 1998).

Chomsky, Aviva and Aldo A. Luria Santiago, eds., Identity and Struggle at the Margins of the Nation-State: The Laboring Peoples of Central America and the Hispanic Caribbean (Duke, 1998).

Chomsky, Noam, "Power in the Global Arena," New Left Review, #230 (July 1998), 3-27.

________, et al., The Cold War and the University: Toward an Intellectual History of the Postwar Years (New Press, 1998).

Church, Roy and Quentin Outram, Strikes and Solidarity: Coalfield Conflict in Britain, 1889-1966 (Cambridge, 1998).

Coclanis, Peter A. and J. C. Marlow, "Inland Rice Production in the South Atlantic States: A Picture in Black and White," Agricultural History, 72 (1998), 197-212.

"Communist Manifesto after 150 Years," special section of Monthly Review, 50 (May 1998), 8-42.

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.

Cook, David Noble, Born to Die: Disease and the New World Conquest (Cambridge, 1998).

Cooper, Frederick and Randall Packard, eds., International Development and the Social Sciences: Essays on the History and Politics of Knowledge (California, 1998).

Countryman, Edward, "Toward a New Mississippi History," Slavery & Abolition, 18 (1997), 289-311.

Crais, Clifton, "Of Men, Magic, and the Law: Popular Justice and the Political Imagination in South Africa," Journal of Social History, 32 (1998), 49-72.

De Genova, Nicholas, "Race, Space, and the Reinvention of Latin America in Mexican Chicago," Latin American Perspectives, 25:5 (Sept. 1998), 87-116.

De la Teja, Jesus, "Discovering the Tejano Community in 'Early' Texas," Journal of the Early Republic, 18 (1998), 73-98.

"Deference or Defiance in Eighteenth-Century America," round table in Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 13-97.

Deloria, Philip J., Playing Indian (Yale, 1998).

Derfler, Louise, Paul Lafargue and the Flowering of French Socialism, 1882-1911 (Harvard, 1998).

Derickson, Alan, Black Lung: Anatomy of a Public Health Disaster (Cornell, 1998).

"Disturbing the Peace: What Happens to American Studies If You Put African American Studies at the Center?" American Quarterly, 50 (1998), 1-23.

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

Drescher, Seymour and Stanley L. Engerman, eds., A Historical Guide to World Slavery (Oxford, 1998).

Duany, Jorge, "Reconstructing Racial Identity: Ethnicity, Color, and Class among Dominicans in the United States and Puerto Rico," Latin American Perspectives, 25;3 (May 1998), 147-72.

Dublin, Thomas, "When the Mines Closed: One Worker's Oral History," Labor's Heritage, 9:4 (Spring 1998), 46-59.

________, "Working-Class Families Respond to Industrial Decline: Migration from the Pennsylvania Anthracite Region since 1920," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 54 (Fall 1998), 40-56.

________, When the Mines Closed: Stories of Struggles in Hard Times (Cornell, 1998).

Duong Thi Thoa (Le Thi), "Changing My Life: How I Came to the Vietnamese Revolution," Signs, 23 (1998), 1017-30; translated and with an introduction by Mark Sidel.

DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, and Ann Snitow, eds., The Feminist Memoir Project: Voices from Women's Liberation (Three Rivers, 1998).

Edelman, Marc, "A Central American Genocide: Rubber, Slavery, Nationalism, and the Destruction of Guatusos-Malekus," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40 (1998), 356-90.

Edwards, Laura F., "The Problem of Dependency: African Americans, Labor Relations, and the Law in the Nineteenth-Century South," Agricultural History, 72 (1998), 313-40.

"Enola Gay," special section in Technology and Culture, 39 (1998), 457-88.

Fehn, Bruce, "African-American Women and the Struggle for Equality in the Meatpacking Industry, 1940-1960," Journal of Women's History, 10:1 (Spring 1998), 45-69.

Feinstein, Charles H., "Pessimism Perpetuated: Real Wages and the Standard of Living in Britain during and after the Industrial Revolution," Journal of Economic History, 58 (1998), 625-58.

Ferrie, Joseph P., Yankeys Now: Immigrants in the Antebellum U.S., 1840-1860 (Oxford, 1998).

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

Fink, Carole, Philipp Gassert, and Detlef Junker, eds., 1968: The World Transformed (Cambridge, 1998).

Finsch, Norbert and Dietmar Schirmer, eds., Identity and Intolerance: Nationalism, Racism, and Xenophobia in Germany and the United States (Cambridge, 1998).

Fogleman, Aaron S., "From Slaves, Convicts, and Servants to Free Passengers: The Transformation of Immigration in the Era of the American Revolution," Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 43-76.

Foner, Eric, The Story of American Freedom (W.W. Norton, 1998).

Foner, Nancy, "West Indian Identity in the Diaspora: Comparative and Historical Perspectives," Latin American Perspectives, 25;3 (May 1998), 173-88.

Foner, Philip S. and Robert James Branham, eds., Lift Every Voice: African American Oratory, 1787-1900 (Alabama, 1998).

Frank, Andre Gundar, ReOrient: Global Economy in the Asian Age (California, 1998).

Frank, Dana, "White Working-Class Women and the Race Question," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 54 (Fall 1998), 80-102.

Garcia, Maria Cristina, "Hardliners v. 'Dialogueros': Cuban Exile Political Groups and United States-Cuba Policy," Journal of American Ethnic History, 17:4 (Summer 1998), 3-28.

Geary, Frank, "Deindustrialization in Ireland to 1851: Some Evidence from the Census," Economic History Review, 51 (1998), 512-41.

Georgakas, Dan and Marvin Surkin, Detroit: I Do Mind Dying (expanded edition, South End Press, 1998).)

Goddard, Robert, "Agricultural Worker as Archetype in West Indian and African American Literature," Agricultural History, 72 (1998), 509-20.

Gonzalez, Mario and Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, The Politics of Hallowed Ground: Wounded Knee and the Struggle for Indian Sovereignty (Illinois, 1998).

Gonzalez-Cruz, Michael, "The U.S. Invasion of Puerto Rico: Occupation and Resistance to the Colonial State, 1898 to the Present," Latin American Perspectives, 25:5 (Sept. 1998), 7-26.

Goodstein, Anita Shafer, "A Rare Alliance: African American and White Women in the Tennessee Elections of 1919 and 1920," Journal of Southern History, 64 (1998), 219-46.

Gould, Jeffrey L., To Die in This Way: Nicaraguan Indians and the Myth of Mestizaje, 1880-1965 (Duke, 1998).

Grant, David, "Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Triumph of Republican Rhetoric," New England Quarterly, 71 (1998), 429-48.

Green, Nancy L., ed., Jewish Workers in the Modern Diaspora (California, 1998).

Gregory, James N., "Southernizing the American Working Class: Post-war Episodes of Regional and Class Transformation," Labor History, 39 (1998), 135-54.

Guan, Ang Cheng, "Decision-making Leading to the Tet Offensive (1968) The Vietnamese Communist Perspective," Journal of Contemporary History, 33 (1998), 341-54.

Guy, Donna J., "The Pan American Child Congresses, 1916 to 1942: Pan Americanism, Child Reform, and the Welfare State in Latin America," Journal of Family History, 23 (1998), 272-91.

Hale, Grace Elizabeth, Making Whiteness: The Culture of Segregation in the South, 1890-1940 (Pantheon, 1998).

Hall, Jacquelyn Dowd, "Open Secrets: Memory, Imagination, and the Refashioning of Southern Identity," American Quarterly, 50 (1998), 109-24.

________, "'You Must Remember This': Autobiography as Social Critique," Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 439-65.

Halpern, Rick, "Oral History and Labor History: A Historiographic Assessment after Twenty-five Years," Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 596-610.

Hanagan, Michael P., "Labor History and the New Migration History: A Review Essay," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 54 (Fall 1998), 57-79.

Hanawalt, Barbara A., "Of Good and Ill Repute": Gender and Social Control in Medieval Europe (Oxford, 1998).

Hart-Landsberg, Korea: Division, Reunification, & U.S. Foreign Policy (Monthly Review, 1998).

Hartmann, Susan M., The Other Feminists: Activists in the Liberal Establishment (Yale, 1998).

Harvey, Anna L., Votes without Leverage: Women in American Electoral Politics, 1920-1970 (Cambridge, 1998).

Hatcher, John, "Labour, Leisure and Economic Thought before the Nineteenth Century," Past & Present, No. 160 (Aug. 1998), 64-115.

Hendricks, Wanda A., Gender, Race, and Politics in the Midwest: Black Club Women in Illinois (Indiana, 1998).

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

Hobsbawm, Eric, Uncommon People: Resistance, Rebellion, and Jazz (New Press, 1998).

Hodes, Martha, White Women, Black Men: Illicit Sex in the Nineteenth-Century South (Missouri, 1998).

Hodges, Graham Russell, Slavery, Freedom, and Culture among Early American Workers (M.E. Sharpe, 1998).

Hoefte, Rosemarijn, In Place of Slavery: A Social History of Indian and Javanese Laborers in Suriname (Florida, 1998).

Hoganson, Kristin L., Fighting for American Manhood: How Gender Politics Provoked the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars (Yale, 1998).

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

Horowitz, Daniel, Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique (Massachusetts, 1998).

Howard, Philip A., Changing History: Afro-Cuban Cabildos and Societies of color in the Nineteenth Century (LSU, 1998).

Huggins, Martha K. Political Policing: The United States and Latin America (Duke, 1998).

"Imperial Discourses: Power and Perception," special section in Diplomatic History, 22 (1998), 533-616.

Ingle, H. Larry, "The American Friends Service Committee, 1947-49: The Cold War's Effect," Peace & Change, 23 (Jan. 1998), 27-48.

Isenberg, Nancy, "'Pillars in the Same Temple and Priests of the Same Worship': Woman's Rights and the Politics of Church and State in Antebellum America," Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 98-128.

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.

Jacobson, Matthew Frye, Whiteness of a Different Color: European Immigrants and the Alchemy of Race (Harvard, 1998).

Jeffrey, Julie Roy, The Great Silent Army of Abolitionism: Ordinary Women in the Antislavery Movement (North Carolina, 1998).

Johnson, Marilyn S., "Gender, Race, and Rumours: Re-examining the 1943 Race Riots," Gender & History, 10 (1998), 252-77.

Jordan, Donald, "The Irish National League and the 'Unwritten Law': Rural Protest and Nation-Building in Ireland, 1882-1890," Past & Present, No. 158 (Feb. 1998), 146-71.

Joseph, Gilbert M., Catherine C. LeGrand, and Ricardo D. Salvatore, eds., Close Encounters of Empire: Writing the Cultural History of U.S.-Latin American Relations (Duke, 1998).

Kale, Madhavi, Fragments of Empire: Capital, Slavery, and Indian Indentured Labor in the British Caribeean (Pennsylvania, 1998).

Kaplan, Judy and Linn Shapiro, eds., Red Diapers: Growing Up in the Communist Left (Illinois, 1998).

Kaplan, Marion A., Between Dignity and Despair: Jewish Life in Nazi Germany (Oxford, 1998).

Katz, Michael B. and Thomas J. Sugrue, eds. W.E.B. DuBois, Race, and the City: The Philadelphia Negro and Its Legacy (Pennsylvania, 1998).

Keire, Mara L., "Dope Fiends and Degenerates: The Gendering of Addiction in the Early Twentieth Century," Journal of Social History, 31 (1998), 809-22.

Kerber, Linda K., No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies: Women and the Obligations of Citizenship (Hill & Wang, 1998).

Klein, Martin, Slavery and Colonial Rule in French West Africa (Cambridge, 1998).

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

Kuromiya, Hiroaki, Freedom and Terror in the Donbas: A Ukrainian-Russian Borderland, 1870s-1990s (Cambridge, 1998).

Kuznetsov, Elizabeth Anne, "The Puzzling Contradictions of Child Labor, Unemployment, and Education in Brazil," Journal of Family History, 23 (1998), 225-39.

Laxton, Edward, The Famine Ships: The Irish Exodus to America (Henry Holt, 1997).

Lemisch, Jesse, "Black Agency in the Amistad Uprising: Or, You've Taken Our Cinque and Gone," Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society (Jan. '99), 57-70.

_______, "Anti-Impeachment Historians and the Politics of History," Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 4, '98, B6.

Lewis, Ronald L., Transforming the Appalachian Countryside: Railroads, Deforestation, and Social Change in West Virginia, 1880-1920 (North Carolina, 1998).

Lichtenstein, Alex, "Putting Labor's House in Order: The Transport Workers Union and Labor Anti-Communism in Miami during the 1940s," Labor History, 39 (1998), 7-24.

Liddington, Jill, Female Fortune: Land, Gender and Authority (Rivers Oram, 1998).

Liebovitz, Clement and Alvin Finkel, In Our Time: The Chamberlain-Hitler Collusion (Monthly Review, 1998).

Liew, Leong H., "Management and Organization in Chinese Industry: From Mao to Deng," Review of Radical Political Economics, 30:2 (June 1998), 46-86.

Marable, Manning, "Black Fundamentalism: Farrakhan and Conservative Black Nationalism," Race & Class, 39:4 (April 1998), 1-22.

Mason, Matthew E., "'The Hands are Disposed to be Turbulent': Unrest among the Irish Trackmen of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1829-1851," Labor History, 39 (1998), 253-72.

Matsumoto, Valerie J. and Blake Allmendinger, eds., Over the Edge: Remapping the American West (California, 1998).

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

McKivigan, John R. and Mitchell Snay, eds., Religion and the Antebellum Debate over Slavery (Georgia, 1998).

Mead, Rebecca J., "'Let the Women Get Their Wages as Men Do': Trade Union Women and the Legislated Minimum Wage in California," Pacific Historical Review, 67 (1998), 317-48.

Melish, Joanne Pope, Disowning Slavery: Gradual Emancipation and "Race" in New England, 1780-1860 (Cornell, 1998).

Mendelsohn, Oliver and Marika Vicziany, The Untouchables: Subordination, Poverty and the State in Modern India (Cambridge, 1998).

Meriwether, James H., "African Americans and the Mau Mau Rebellion: Militancy, Violence, and the Struggle for Freedom," Journal of American Ethnic History, 17:4 (Summer 1998), 63-86.

Mershon, Sherie and Steven Schlossman, Foxholes and Color Lines: Desegregating the U.S. Armed Forces (Johns Hopkins, 1998).

Messer-Kruse, Timothy, The Yankee International: Marxism and the American Reform Tradition, 1848-1876 (North Carolina, 1998).

Minchin, Timothy J., "'Color Means Something': Black Pioneers, White Resistance, and Interracial Unionism in the Southern Textile Industry, 1957-1980," Labor History, 39 (1998), 109-34.

Mink, Gwendolyn, "The Lady and the Tramp (II): Feminist Welfare Politics, Poor Single Mothers, and the Challenge of Welfare Justice," Feminist Studies, 24 (1998), 55-64.

Morgan, Philip D., Slave Counterpoint: Black Culture in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake and Lowcountry (North Carolina, 1998).

Mormino, Gary R., "The Reader and the Worker: Los Lectores and the Culture of Cigarmaking in Cuba and Florida," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 54 (Fall 1998), 1-18.

Moses, Claire Goldberg, "Made in America: 'French Feminism' in Academia," Feminist Studies, 24 (1998), 241-74.

Newman, Louise, White Women's Rights: The Racial Origins of American Feminism (Oxford, 1998).

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.

Nugent, Daniel, ed., Rural Revolt in Mexico: U.S. Intervention and the Domain of Subaltern Politics (Duke, 1998).

Olwell, Robert, Masters, Slaves, and Subjects: The Culture of Power in the South Carolina Low Country, 1740-1790 (Cornell, 1998).

Parrenas, Rhacel Salazar, "'White Trash' Meets the 'Little Brown Monkeys': The Taxi Dance Hall as a Site of Interracial and Gender Alliances between White Working Class Women and Filipino Immigrant Men in the 1920s and 30s," Amerasia Journal, 24:2 (Summer 1998), 115-34.

Peloso, Vincent C., Peasants on Plantations: Subaltern Strategies of Labor and Resistance in the Pisco Valley, Peru (Duke, 1998).

Perdue, Theda, Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835 (Nebraska, 1998).

Petras, James, "The Political and Social Basis of Regional Variation in Land Occupations in Brazil," Journal of Peasant Studies, 25:4 (July 1998), 124-33.

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

Porter, Roy, "Madness and the Family before Freud: The View of the Mad-Doctors," Journal of Family History, 23 (1998), 159-72.

Posadas, Barbara M. and Roland L. Guyotte, "Filipinos and Race in Twentieth Century Chicago: The Impact of Polarization between Blacks and Whites," Amerasia Journal, 24:2 (Summer 1998), 135-54.

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

Prashad, Vijay, "Anti-D'Souza: The Ends of Racism and the Asian American," Amerasia Journal, 24:1 (Spring 1998), 23-40.

Prescott, Andrew, "Writing about Rebellion: Using the Records of the Peasants' Revolt of 1381," History Workshop Journal, No. 45 (Spring 1998), 1-28.

Pulido, Laura, "Development of the 'People of Color' Identity in the Environmental Justice Movement of the Southwestern United States," Socialist Review, 26:3&4 (1996), 145-80.

"Race and National Identity in the Americas," special issue of Latin American Perspectives, 25:3 (May 1998).

Reidy, Joseph P., "Mules and Machines and Men: Field Labor on Louisiana Sugar Plantations, 1887-1915," Agricultural History, 72 (1998), 183-96.

Reimers, David M., Unwelcome Strangers: American Identity and the Turn Against Immigration (Columbia, 1998).

Richards, David A.J., Women, Gays, and the Constitution: The Grounds for Feminism and Gay Rights in Culture and Law (Chicago, 1998).

Roberts, Mary Louise, "Gender, Consumption and Commodity Culture," American Historical Review, 103 (1998), 817-44.

Roediger, David R., ed., Black on White: Black Writers on What It Means to Be White (Pantheon, 1998).

Rose, Sonya O., "Sex, Citizenship, and the Nation in World War II Britain," American Historical Review, 103 (1998), 1119-46.

Rosenzweig, Roy and David Thelen, The Presence of the Past: Popular Uses of History in American Life (Columbia, 1998).

Ruf, Gregory A., Cadres and Kin: Making a Socialist Village in West China, 1921-1991 (Stanford, 1998).

Saito, Leland T., Race and Politics: Asian Americans, Latinos, and Whites in a Los Angeles Suburb (Illinois, 1998).

San Juan, E. Jr., "One Hundred Years of Producing and Reproducing the 'Filipino,'" Amerasia Journal, 24:2 (Summer 1998), 1-34.

Schmidt, James D., Free to Work: Labor Law, Emancipation, and Reconstruction, 1815-1880 (Georgina, 1998).

Schoonover, Thomas, Germany in Central America: Competitive Imperialism, 1821-1929 (Univ. of Alabama, 1998).

Sennett, Milton C., Bound for the Promised Land: African American Religion and the Great Migration (Duke, 1998).

Shaffer, Robert, "Cracks in the Consensus: Defending the Rights of Japanese Americans during World War II," Radical History Review, No. 72 (Fall 1998), 84-121.

Shapiro, Karin A., A New South Rebellion: The Battle against Convict Labor in the Tennessee Coalfields, 1871-1896 (North Carolina, 1998).

Sharp, Andrew, ed., The English Levellers (Cambridge, 1998).

Sharpe, Pamela, ed., Women's Work: The English Experience, 1600-1914 (Oxford, 1998).

Simon, Bryant, A Fabric of Defeat: The Politics of South Carolina Millhands, 1910-1948 (North Carolina, 1998).

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, Anja Schüler, and Susan Strasser, eds., Social Justice Feminists in the United States and Germany: A Dialogue in Documents, 1885-1933 (Cornell, 1998).

Smith, Bonnie G., The Gender of History: Men, Women, and Historical Practice (Harvard, 1998).

Sommestad, Lena and Sally McMurry, "Farm Daughters and Industrialization: A Comparative Analysis of Dairying in New York and Sweden, 1860-1920," Journal of Women's History, 10:2 (Summer 1998), 137-64.

Stein, Judith, Running Steel, Running America: Race, Economic Policy, and the Decline of Liberalism (North Carolina, 1998).

Steinberg, Stephen, "Up from Slavery: The Myth of Black Progress," New Politics (Summer 1998), 69-81.

Stepan, Nancy Leys, "Race, Gender, Science and Citizenship," Gender & History, 10 (1998), 26-52.

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

Stephens, Michelle A., "Black Transnationalism and the Politics of National Identity: West Indian Intellectuals in Harlem in the Age of War and Revolution," American Quarterly, 50 (1998), 592-608.

Stern, Steve J., ed., Shining and Other Paths: War and Society in Peru, 1980-1995 (Duke, 1998).

Stewart, James Brewer, "The Emergence of Racial Modernity and the Rise of the White North, 1790-1840," Journal of the Early Republic, 18 (1998), 181-207.

Stewart, Jeffrey C., ed., Paul Robeson: Artist and Citizen (Rutgers, 1998).

Storrs, Landon R.Y., "Gender and the Development of the Regulatory State: The Controversy over Restricting Women's Night Work in the Depression-Era South," Journal of Policy History, 10 (1998), 179-206.

Stovall, Tyler, "The Color Line behind the Lines: Racial Violence in France during the Great War," American Historical Review, 103 (1998), 737-70.

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

Taylor, Sandra C., Vietnamese Women at War: Fighting for Ho Chi Minh and the Revolution (Kansas, 1998).

Tomes, Nancy, The Gospel of Germs: Men, Women, and the Microbe in American Life (Harvard, 1998).

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.

Tyson, Timothy, "Robert F. Williams, 'Black Power,' and the Roots of the African American Freedom Struggle," Journal of American History, 85 (1998), 540-70.

van Lente, Dick, "Machines and the Order of the Harbour: The Debate about the Introduction of Grain Unloaders in Rotterdam, 1905-1907," International Review of Social History, 43 (1998), 79-110.

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.

Wallach, Alan, Exhibiting Contradiction: Essays on the Art Museum in the United States (Massachusetts, 1998).

Wallis, Victor, "Keeping the Faith: The U.S. Left, 1968-1998," Monthly Review, 50 (Sept. 1998), 31-46.

Walls, Robert E., "Green Commonwealth: Forestry, Labor, and Public Ritual in the Post-World War II Pacific Northwest," Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 87 (Summer 1996), 117-29.

Watkins, Elizabeth Siegel, On the Pill: A Social History of Oral Contraceptives, 1950-1970 (Johns Hopkins, 1998).

Weiler, Kathleen, Country Schoolwomen: Teaching in Rural California, 1850-1950 (Stanford, 1998).

Welch, Cliff, The Seed Was Planted: The Sao Paulo Roots of Brazil's Rural Labor Movement, 1924-1964 (Penn State, 1998).

Wermuth, Thomas S., "New York Farmers and the Market Revolution: Economic Behavior in the Mid-Hudson Valley, 1780-1830," Journal of Social History, 32 (1998), 179-96.

Whitman, T. Stephen, The Price of Freedom: Slavery and Manumission in Baltimore and Early National Maryland (Kentucky, 1998).

Wickham, Chris, "Gossip and Resistance among the Medieval Peasantry," Past & Present, No. 160 (Aug. 1998), 3-24.

Williams, Rhonda and Carla L. Peterson, "The Color of Memory: Interpreting Twentieth-Century Social Policy from a Nineteenth-Century Perspective," Feminist Studies, 24 (1998), 7-26.

Wilson, David, United Irishmen, United States: Immigrant Radicals in the Early Republic (Cornell, 1998).

Wittenstein, Kate, "The Feminist Uses of Psychoanalysis: Beatrice M. Hinkle and the Foreshadowing of Modern Feminism in the United States," Journal of Women's History, 10:2 (Summer 1998), 38-62.

Wright, Thomas and Rody Onate, Flight from Chile: Voices of Exile (New Mexico, 1998).

Yaghmaian, Behzad, "Globalization and the State: The Political Economy of Global Accumulation and Its Emerging Mode of Regulation," Science & Society, 62 (1998), 241-65.

Yalom, Marilyn, Blood Sisters: The French Revolution in Women's Memory (Rivers Oram, 1998).

Zulu, Lindiwe, "The Role of Women in the Reconstruction and Development of the New Democratic South Africa," Feminist Studies, 24 (1998), 147-58.

Zwick, Jim, "The Anti-Imperialist League and the Origins of Filipino-American Oppositional Solidarity," Amerasia Journal, 24:2 (Summer 1998), 65-86.


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