Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)
Number 81, December 1999
Adelman, Jeremy, and Stephen
Aron, "From Borderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States, and the Peoples
in Between in North American History," American Historical Review,
102 (1999), 814-41.
Amelang, James S., The Flight
of Icarus: Artisan Autobiography in Early Modern Europe (Stanford,
Anderson, Kevin, "Uncovering
Marx's Yet Unpublished Writings," Critique (Glasgow), 30-31 (1998),
Apel, Dora, "Diego Rivera and
the Left: Destruction and Reconstruction of the Rockefeller Center Mural,"
Left History 6:1 (Spring 1999), 57-76.
Argersinger, Jo Ann E., Making
the Amalgamated: Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in the Baltimore Clothing
Industry, 1899-1939 (Johns Hopkins, 1999).
Babson, Steven, An Unfinished
Struggle: Turning Points in American Labor, 1877-Present (Rowman &
Baldoz, Rick and Chales S. Koeber,
"Work, Difference, and Social Change: Two Decades after Braverman's Labor
and Monopoly Capital," International Labor and Working Class History,
No. 55 (Spring 1999), 135-37.
Barron, Dana L., "Sex and Single
Girls in the Twentieth-Century City," Journal of Urban History,
25 (1999), 838-47.
Bartholomeusz, Tessa, "Mothers
of Buddhas, Mothers of Nations: Kumaranatunga and Her Meteoric Rise to
Power in Sri Lanka," Feminist Studies, 25 (1999), 211-25.
Berger, Iris, and E. Frances
White, Women in Sub-Saharan Africa (Indiana, 1999).
Brown, Christopher L., "Empire
Without Slaves: British Concepts of Emancipation in the Age of the American
Revolution," William & Mary Quarterly, 56 (1999), 273-306.
Brown-Nagin, Tomiko, "The Transformation
of a Social Movement into Law? The SCLC and NAACP's Campaigns for Civil
Rights Reconsidered in Light of the Educational Activism of Septima Clark,"
Women's History Review, 8 (1999), 81-138.
Bruno, Robert, "Everyday Constructions
of Culture and Class: The Case of Youngstown Steelworkers," Labor History,
40 (1999), 143-76.
Buhle, Paul, "Halting McCarthyism:
The Stamler Case in History," Monthly Review, 51 (Oct. 1999),
________, Taking Care of
Business: Samuel Gompers, George Meany, Lane Kirkland and the Tragedy
of American Labor (Monthly Review Press, 1999).
Bukowczyk, John J., "'Who Is
the Nation?' Or, 'Did Cleopatra Have Red Hair?': A Patriotic Discourse
on Diversity, Nationality and Race," MELUS: The Journal of the
Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States
23:4 (Winter 1998), 3-23.
Buzzanco, Robert, "What Happened
to the New Left? Toward a Radical Reading of American Foreign Relations,"
Diplomatic History, 23 (1999), 575-608.
Cadigan, Sean, "The Moral Economy
of the Commons: Ecology and Equity in the Newfoundland Cod Fishery, 1815-1855,"
Labour/Le Travail, No. 43 (Spring 1999), 9-42.
Calo, Mary Ann, "African American
Art and Critical Discourse Between World Wars," American Quarterly,
48 (1999), 580-621.
"Capitalism at the End of the
Millennium: A Global Survey," double issue of Monthly Review, 51
Charney, Craig, "Civil Society,
Political Violence, and Democratic Transitions: Business and the Peace
Process in South Africa, 1990 to 1994," Comparative Studies in Society
and History, 41 (1999), 182-206.
Church, Roy, "New Perspectives
on the History of Products, Firms, Marketing, and Consumers in Britain
and the United States since the Mid-Nineteenth Century," Economic History
Review, 52 (1999), 405-35.
"Class and Consumption," special
issue of International Labor and Working Class History, No. 55
Coffin, Judith G., "A 'Standard'
of Living? European Perspectives on Class and Consumption in the Early
Twentieth Century," International Labor and Working Class History,
No. 55 (Spring 1999), 6-26.
Coker, Trudie O., "Globalization
and State Capital Accumulation: Deteriorating Economic and Political Rights
in Venezuela," Latin American Perspectives, 26 (Sept. 1999), 75-91.
Collins, Jane L., "Industrial
Innovation and Control of the Working Day: The 1998 General Motors Strike,"
Social Politics 6 (1999), 76-84.
Collins, Marcus, "The Pornography
of Permissiveness: Men's Sexuality and Women's Emancipation in Mid Twentieth-Century
Britain," History Workshop Journal, No. 47 (Spring 1999), 99-120.
Collomp, Catherine, "Immigrants,
Labor Markets, and the State, a Comparative Approach: France and the United
States, 1880-1930," Journal of American History, 86 (1999), 41-66.
Cooper, Patricia and Ruth Oldenziel,
"Cherished Classifications: Bathrooms and the Construction of Gender/Race
on the Pennsylvania Railroad during World War II," Feminist Studies,
25 (1999), 7-42.
Cornell, Saul, The Other
Founders: Anti-Federalism and the Dissenting Tradition in America, 1788-1828
(North Carolina, 1999).
Cumings, Bruce, Parallax
Visions: Making Sense of American-East Asian Relations at the End of the
Century (Duke, 1999).
Davis, Mike, "Magical Urbanism:
Latinos Reinvent the US Big City," New Left Review, #234 (March
DiCaprio, Lisa, "Women Workers,
State-Sponsored Work, and the Right to Subsistence during the French Revolution,"
Journal of Modern History, 71 (1999), 519-51.
Diedrich, Maria, Love Across
Color Lines: Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass (Hill & Wang,
Dorn, Jacob H., ed., Socialism
and Christianity in Early Twentieth Century America (Greenwood, 1998).
Dorr, Lisa Lindquist, "Arm in
Arm: Gender, Eugenics, and Virginia's Racial Integrity Acts of the 1920s,"
Journal of Women's History, 11 (Spring 1999), 143-66.
Duus, Masayo Umezawa, The
Japanese Conspiracy: The Oahu Sugar Strike of 1920 (California, 1999).
Edwards, Alfred, "The Mill:
A Worker's Memoir from 1945 to 1948," Labour/Le Travail, No. 43
(Spring 1999), 171-94.
Ennaji, Mohammed, trans. By
Seth Graebner, Serving the Master: Slavery and Society in Nineteenth
Century Morocco (St. Martin's, 1999).
Enstad, Nan, Ladies of Labor,
Girls of Adventure: Working Women, Popular Culture, and Labor Politics
at the Turn of the Twentieth Century (Columbia, 1999).
Escobar, Edward J., Race,
Police, and the Making of a Political Identity: Mexican Americans and
the Los Angeles Police Department, 1900-1945 (California, 1999).
Esteva, Gustavo, "The Zapatistas
and People's Power," Capital & Class, No. 68 (Summer 1999),
Evans, Chris, "Capital, Labor,
and Class in the Victorian City," Journal of Urban History, 25
Fernandez, David Fernandez,
"Oral History of the Chilean Movement, `Christians for Socialism,'" Journal
of Contemporary History, 34 (1999), 283-94.
Fleischmann, Ellen L., "Selective
Memory, Gender and Nationalism: Palestinian Women Leaders of the Mandate
Period," History Workshop Journal, No. 47 (Spring 1999), 141-60.
Foner, Nancy, "Immigrant Women
and Work in New York City: Then and Now," Journal of American Ethnic
History, 18:3 (Spring 1999), 95-113.
Foot, John M., "Mass Cultures,
Popular Cultures and the Working Class in Milan, 1950-1970," Social
History, 24 (1999), 134-73.
Gamble, Vanessa Northington,
"Teaching about Race and Racism in Medical History," Radical History
Review, No. 74 (Spring 1999), 140-61.
Gardner, Martha Mabie, "Working
on White Womanhood: White Working Women in the San Francisco Anti-Chinese
Movement, 1877-1890," Journal of Social History, 33 (1999), 73-96.
Gilliam, Angela, and Onik'a
Gilliam, "Odyssey: Negotiating the Subjectivity of Mulata Identity in
Brazil," Latin American Perspectives, 26 (May 1999), 60-84.
Gjerde, Jon, "New Growth on
Old Vines: The State of the Field: The Social History of Immigration and
Ethnicity in the United States," Journal of American Ethnic History,
18:4 (Summer 1999), 40-65.
Gonzales, Manuel G., Mexicanos:
A History of Mexicans in the United States (Indiana, 1999).
Gonzalez, Deena J., Refusing
the Favor: The Spanish-Mexican Women of Santa Fe, 1820-1880 (Oxford,
Graham, Laurel D., "Domesticating
Efficiency: Lillian Gilbreth's Scientific Management of Homemakers, 1924-1930,"
Signs, 24 (1999), 633-76.
Habermas, Jurgen, "The European
Nation-State and the Pressures of Globalization," New Left Review,
#235 (May 1999), 46-59.
History Project, Improper
Bostonians: Lesbian and Gay History from the Puritans to Playland (Beacon
Ho, Christine G.T., "Caribbean
Transformation as a Gendered Process," Latin American Perspectives,
26 (Sept. 1999), 34-54.
Hodges, Graham Russell, Root
and Branch: African Americans in New York and East Jersey, 1613-1863
(North Carolina, 1999).
Holton, Woody, Forced Founders:
Indians, Debtors, Slaves, and the Making of the American Revolution in
Virginia (North Carolina, 1999).
Horne, Gerald, "Race from Power:
U.S. Foreign Policy and the General Crisis of 'White Supremacy,'" Diplomatic
History, 23 (1999), 437-62.
Howe, Stephen, "Speaking of
1998: History, Politics and Memory in the Bicentenary of the 1798 United
Irish Uprising," History Workshop Journal, No. 47 (Spring 1999),
Hunt, Andrew, The Turning:
A History of Vietnam Veterans Against the War (NYU, 1999).
Jaffee, David P., People
of the Wachusett: Greater New England in History and Memory, 1630-1860
Jaret, Charles, "Troubles By
Newcomers: Anti-Immigrant Attitudes and Action during Two Eras of Mass
Immigration to the United States," Journal of American Ethnic History,
18:3 (Spring 1999), 9-39.
Jenkins, McKay, The South
in Black and White: Race, Sex, and Literature in the 1940s (North
Jenkins, Philip, The Cold
War at Home: The Red Scare in Pennsylvania, 1945-1960 (North Carolina,
Jensen, Joan M., "Sexuality
on a Northern Frontier: The Gendering and Disciplining of Rural Wisconsin
Women, 1850-1920," Agricultural History, 73 (1999), 136-67.
Johnston, Robert D., "Beyond
'The West': Regionalism, Liberalism and the Evasion of Politics in the
New Western History," Rethinking History, 2 (Summer 1998), 239-77.
Jung, Moon-Kie, "No Whites,
No Asians: Race, Marxism, and Hawai`i's Preemergent Working Class," Social
Science History, 23 (1999), 357-94.
Kaler, Amy, "Visions of Domesticity
in the African Women's Homecraft Movement in Rhodesia," Social Science
History, 23 (1999), 269-310.
Karras, Ruth Mazo, "Prostitution
and the Question of Sexual Identity in Medieval Europe," Journal of
Women's History, 11 (Summer 1999), 159-77.
Kenney, Padraic, "The Gender
of Resistance in Communist Poland," American Historical Review, 102
Kerr-Ritchie, Jeffrey R., Freedpeople
in the Tobacco South: Virginia, 1860-1900 (North Carolina, 1999).
Kingston-Mann, Esther, "The
Danger of Universal Principles: How Do We Understand the Russian Crisis,"
Challenge: A Magazine of Economic Affairs 52:1 (Jan.-Feb. 1999),
________, In Search of the
True West: Culture, Economics and Problems of Russian Development
Klein, Herbert, The Atlantic
Slave Trade (Cambridge, 1999).
Koikari, Mire, "Rethinking Gender
and Power in the US Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952," Gender & History,
11 (1999), 313-35.
Kroes, Rob, "American Empire
and Culture Imperialism: A View from the Receiving End," Diplomatic
History, 23 (1999), 463-78.
Larson, Pier M., "Reconsidering
Trauma, Identity, and the African Diaspora: Enslavement and Historical
Memory in Nineteenth-Century Highland Madagascar," William & Mary
Quarterly, 56 (1999), 335-62.
Lauria-Santiago, Aldo A., "Land,
Community, and Revolt in Late-Nineteenth-Century India Izalco, El Salvador,"
Hispanic American Historical Review, 79 (1999), 495-534.
Lawson, Steven F. and Charles
Payne, Debating the Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1968 (Rowman &
Lee, Chana Kai, For Freedom's
Sake: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer (Illinois, 1999).
Lee, Janet, Comrades and
Partners: The Shared Lives of Grace Hutchins and Anna Rochester (Rowman
& Littlefield, 1999).
Lewis, Michael, "The Remaking
of the Japanese Working Class," Labour/Le Travail, No. 43 (Spring
Lichtenstein, Alex, "Proletarians
or Peasants? Sharecroppers and the Politics of Protest in the Rural South,
1880-1940," Plantation Society in the Americas 5 (Fall 1998), 297-331.
Lieven, Dominic, "Dilemmas of
Empire, 1850-1918: Power, Territory, Identity," Journal of Contemporary
History, 34 (1999), 163-200.
Light, Jennifer S. "When Computers
Were Women," Technology and Culture, 40 (1999), 455-83.
Lindsay, Lisa, "Domesticity
and Difference: Male Breadwinners, Working Women, and Colonial Citizenship
in the 1945 Nigerian General Strike," American Historical Review, 102
Little, Deborah L., "Independent
Workers, Dependable Mothers: Discourse, Resistance and AFDC Workfare Programs,"
Social Politics, 6 (1999), 161-202.
Lorence, James J., The Suppression
of Salt of the Earth: How Hollywood, Big Labor, and Politicians Blacklisted
a Movie in Cold War America (University of New Mexico, 1999).
Ludwig, Eric, "Closing In on
the 'Plantation': Coalition Building and the Role of Black Women's Grievances
in Duke University Labor Disputes, 1965-1968," Feminist Studies,
25 (1999), 79-94.
MacLean, Nancy, "The Hidden
History of Affirmative Action: Working Women's Struggles in the 1970s
and the Gender of Class," Feminist Studies, 25 (1999), 43-78.
Maki, Mitchell T., Harry H.L.
Kitano, and S. Megan Berthold, Achieving the Impossible Dream: How
Japanese Americans Obtained Redress (Illinois, 1999).
Mallon, Florencia E., "Time
of the Wheel: Cycles of Revisionism and the 'New Cultural History,'" Hispanic
American Historical Review, 79 (1999), 331-54.
Maloney, Thomas N., "Personnel
Policy and Racial Inequality in the Pre-World War II North," Journal
of Interdisciplinary History, 30 (1999), 235-58.
Marable, Manning, and Leith
Mullings, Let Nobody Turn Us Around: Voices of Resistance, Reform,
and Renewal (Rowman & Littlefield, 1999).
Maxwell, William J., New
Negro, Old Left: African-American Writing and Communism between the Wars
Mazumdar, Sucheta, Sugar
and Society in China: Peasants, Technology, and the World Market (Harvard,
McBee, Randy D., "'He Likes
Women More Than He Likes Drink and That is Quite Unusual': Working-Class
Social Clubs, Male Culture, and Heterosocial Relations in the United States,
1920s-1930s," Gender & History, 11 (1999), 84-112.
McManus, Sheila, "'Their Own
Country': Race, Gender, Landscape, and Colonization around the 49th Parallel,
1862-1900," Agricultural History, 73 (1999), 168-82.
Merkel, Ina, "Working People
and Consumption under Really-Existing Socialism: Perspectives from the
German Democratic Republic," International Labor and Working Class
History, No. 55 (Spring 1999), 92-111.
Miethe, Ingrid, "From 'Mother
of the Revolution' to 'Fathers of Unification': Concepts of Politics among
Women Activists Following German Unification," Social Politics,
6 (1999), 1-22.
Milanich, Jerald T., Laboring
in the Fields of the Lord: Spanish Missions and Southeastern Indians
Minchin, Timothy J., "Federal
Policy and the Racial Integration of Southern Industry, 1961-1980," Journal
of Policy History, 9 (1997), 148-78.
Mishler, Paul, Raising Reds:
The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture
in the United States (Columbia, 1999).
Mohun, Arwen P., Steam Laundries:
Gender, Technology, and Work in the United States and Great Britain, 1880-1940
(Johns Hopkins, 1999).
Munk, Michael, "Oregon Tests
Academic Freedom in (Cold)Wartime: The Reed College Trustees versus Stanley
Moore," Oregon Historical Quarterly, 97 (Fall 1996), 262-354.
Nashat, Guity, and Judith E.
Tucker, Women in the Middle East and North Africa (Indiana, 1999).
Nasstrom, Kathryn L., "Down
to Now: Memory, Narrative, and Women's Leadership in the Civil Rights
Movement in Atlanta, Georgia," Gender & History, 11 (1999),
Navarro, Marysa and Viginia
Sanchez Korrol, with Kecia Ali, Women in Latin America and the Caribbean
Ngai, Mae M., "The Architecture
of Race in American Immigration Law: A Reexamination of the Immigration
Act of 1924," Journal of American History, 86 (1999), 67-92.
O'Brien, Gail Williams, The
Color of the Law: Race, Violence, and Justice in the Post-World War II
South (North Carolina, 1999).
Ownby, Ted, American Dreams
in Mississippi: Consumers, Poverty, and Culture, 1830-1998 (North
Palmer, David, Ross Shanahan
and Martin Shanahan, Australian Labour History Reconsidered (Australian
Humanities Press, 1999).
Perez, Jr., Louis A., "Incurring
a Debt of Gratitude: 1898 and the Moral Sources of United States Hegemony
in Cuba," American Historical Review, 102 (1999), 356-98.
Phillips, Laura L., "In Defense
of Their Families: Working-Class Women, Alcohol, and Politics in Revolutionary
Russia," Journal of Women's History, 11 (Spring 1999), 97-120.
Platt, Susan, Art and Politics
in the 1930s, Modernism, Marxism, Americanism: A History of Cultural Activism
During the Depression Years (Midmarch Arts Press, 1999).
Rabe, Stephen G., The Most
Dangerous Area in the World: John F. Kennedy Confronts Communist Revolution
in Latin America (North Carolina, 1999).
Ramusack, Barbara N., and Sharon
Sievers, Women in Asia (Indiana, 1999).
Ree, Jonathan, "E.P. Thompson
and the Drama of Authority," History Workshop Journal, No. 47 (Spring
"Rethinking History and the
Nation-State: Mexico and the United States as a Case Study," special issue
of Journal of American History, 86 (Sept. 1999).
"Revisiting Motherhood: New
Histories of the Public and Private," special issue of Women's History
Review, 8:2 (1999).
Richard, Mark Paul, "From Franco-American
to American: The Case of Sainte Famille, an Assimilating Parish of Lewiston,
Maine," Histoire Sociale/Social History, No. 61 (1998), 71-94.
Richards, Yevette, "Race, Gender,
and Anticommunism in the International Labor Movement: The Pan-African
Connections of Maida Springer," Journal of Women's History, 11
(Summer 1999), 35-59.
Robertson, Claire C., "Cultural
Materialism: Reflections on a Theoretical Odyssey from Africa to the West
Indies," Journal of Women's History, 11 (Spring 1999), 167-80.
Robnett, Belinda, How Long?
How Long? African-American Women and the Struggle for Civil Rights (Oxford,
Rogers, Alan, "Chinese and the
Campaign to Abolish Capital Punishment in Massachusetts, 1870-1914," Journal
of American Ethnic History, 18:2 (Win. 1999), 37-72.
Rosenberg, Emily S., "Consuming
Women: Images of Americanization in the 'American Century,'" Diplomatic
History, 23 (1999), 479-98.
"Rural Labour Relations in India,"
special issue of Journal of Peasant Studies, 26:2/3 (Jan.-April
Ryan, Louise, "'Furies' and
'Die-hards': Women and Irish Republicanism in the Early Twentieth Century,"
Gender & History, 11 (1999), 256-75.
Sanchez, George J., "Race, Nation,
and Culture in Recent Immigration Studies," Journal of American Ethnic
History, 18:4 (Summer 1999), 66-84.
Sanders, Elizabeth, Roots
of Reform: Farmers, Workers, and the American State, 1877-1917 (Chicago,
Saville, Julie, "Rites and Power:
Reflections on Slavery, Freedom and Political Ritual," Slavery &
Abolition, 20 (1999), 81-102.
Scott, Rebecca J., "'Stubborn
and Disposed to Stand Their Ground': Black Militia, Sugar Workers and
the Dynamics of Collective Action in the Louisiana Sugar Bowl," Slavery
& Abolition, 20 (1999), 103-26.
Seeman, Erik R., "'Justise Must
Take Plase': Three African Americans Speak of Religion in Eighteenth-Century
New England," William & Mary Quarterly, 56 (1999), 393-414.
Shayne, Julia Denise, "Gendered
Revolutionary Bridges: Women in the Salvadoran Resistance Movement (1979-1992),"
Latin American Perspectives, 26 (May 1999), 85-102.
Shehabuddin, Elora, "Contesting
the Illicit: Gender and the Politics of Fatwas in Bangladesh," Signs,
24 (1999), 1011-44.
Shoemaker, Robert B., "Gender,
Language, and Urban Social Relations in Europe, 1540-1850," Journal
of Urban History, 25 (1999), 570-82.
Sklansky, Jeff, "Pauperism and
Poverty: Henry George, William Graham Sumner, and the Ideological Origins
of Modern American Social Science," Journal of the History of the Behavioral
Sciences, 35:2 (Spring 1999), 111-38.
Stowell, David O., Streets,
Railroads, and the Great Strike of 1877 (Chicago, 1999).
Strasser, Susan, Waste and
Want: A Social History of Trash (Metropolitan Books, 1999).
Strum, Philippa, When the
Nazis Came to Skokie: Freedom for Speech We Hate (Kansas, 1999).
Taylor, Barbara, "Feminism and
the Enlightenment, 1650-1850: Research Agenda for a Comparative History,"
History Workshop Journal, No. 47 (Spring 1999), 261-72.
Taylor, Ula, "Proposition 209
and the Affirmative Action Debate on the University of California Campuses,"
Feminist Studies, 25 (1999), 95-104.
Tchen, John Kuo Wei, New
York Before Chinatown: Orientalism and the Shaping of American Culture,
1776-1882 (Johns Hopkins, 1999).
Tomlins, Christopher, "Why Wait
for Industrialism? Work, Legal Culture, and the Example of Early America--An
Historiographical Argument," Labor History, 40 (1999), 5-34, with
comments by David Montgomery, Daniel Nelson, and Howard B. Rock.
Traub, Valerie, "The Rewards
of Lesbian History," Feminist Studies, 25 (1999), 363-408.
Turner, Mary, "The 11 O'clock
Flog: Women, Work, and Labour Law in the British Caribbean," Slavery
& Abolition, 20 (1999), 38-58.
Usner, Daniel H. Jr., "Frontier
Exchange and Cotton Production: The Slave Economy in Mississippi, 1798-1836,"
Slavery & Abolition, 20 (1999), 24-37.
Vaughan, Mary Kay, "Cultural
Approaches to Peasant Politics in the Mexican Revolution," Hispanic
American Historical Review, 79 (1999), 269-308.
Vinikas, Vincent, "Specters
in the Past: The Saint Charles, Arkansas, Lynching of 1904 and the Limits
of Historical Inquiry," Journal of Southern History, 65 (1999),
Waldinger, Roger, "Not the Promised
City: Los Angeles and Its Immigrants," Pacific Historical Review,
68 (1999), 253-72.
Wallace, Deborah and Rodrick
Wallace, A Plague on Your Houses: How New York City Burned and National
Public Health Crumbled (Verso, 1999).
Webster, Richard, and Glenn
Adler, "Toward a Class Compromise in South Africa's 'Double Transition':
Bargained Liberalization and the Consolidation of Democracy," Politics
& Society, 27 (1999), 347-86.
Willard, Carla, "Nation's Maid:
Realizing Jemima, Segregation Policy, and the Dark Side of Consumer Progress,
1880-96," Rethinking Marxism, 10 (Win. 1998), 1-33.
Williams, Caroline A., "Resistance
and Rebellion on the Spanish Frontier: Native Responses to Colonization
in the Colombian Choco, 1670-1690," Hispanic American Historical Review,
79 (1999), 397-424.
Wilson, Kathleen, "Languages
of Class, Practices of Power: The English Middle Class from the Seventeenth
to the Nineteenth Centuries," Journal of Urban History, 25 (1999),
Wilson, Tamar Diana, "Anti-Immigrant
Sentiment and the Process of Settlement among Mexican Immigrants to the
United States: Reflections on the Current Wave of Mexican Immigrant Bashing,"
Review of Radical Political Economics, 31 (June 1999), 1-26.
"Women in Latin America," special
issue of Latin American Perspectives, 26 (May 1999).
Yeo, Eileen Janes, "The Creation
of 'Motherhood' and Women's Responses in Britain and France, 1750-1914,"
Women's History Review, 8 (1999), 201-18.
Young, Jeffrey Robert, Domesticating
Slavery: The Master Class in Georgia and South Carolina, 1670-1837
(North Carolina, 1999).
Zipf, Karin L., "'The Whites
Shall Rule the Land or Die': Gender, Race, and Class in North Carolina
Reconstruction Politics," Journal of Southern History, 65 (1999),
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