Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
from recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)
Number 82, June 2000
"The Man in the Outhouse: How Western Civilization Silenced the
Filipino Imagination," Amerasia Journal, 25:2 (1999),157-68.
Aisenberg, Andrew R., Disease, Government, and
the Social Question in Nineteenth-Century France (California,
Alexander, Peter and Rick Halpern, eds., Racializing
Class, Classifying Race: Labour and Difference in Britain, the USA,
and Africa (Macmillan, 1999).
Allen, Ann Taylor, "Feminism, Social Science,
and the Meanings of Modernity: The Debate on the Origin of the Family
in Europe and the United States, 1860-1914," American Historical
Review, 104 (1999), 1085-1113.
Allen, Richard B., Slaves, Freedmen and Indentured
Laborers in Colonial Mauritius (Cambridge, 1999).
Anderson, Bonnie S., Joyous Greetings: The First
International Womens Movement, 1830-1860 (Oxford, 2000).
Appelbaum, Nancy, "Whitening the Region: Caucano
Mediation and Antiqueño Colonization in Nineteenth-Century
Columbia," Hispanic American Historical Review, 79 (1999),
Ayala, Cesar J., American Sugar Kingdom: The Plantation
Economy of the Spanish Caribbean, 1898-1934 (North Carolina, 1999).
Baines, Dudley and Paul Johnson, "In Search
of the Traditional Working Class: Social Mobility and Occupational
Continuity in Interwar London," Economic History Review,
52 (1999), 692-713.
Baralt, Guillermo, Buena Vista: Life and Work
on a Puerto Rican Hacienda, 1833-1904 (North Carolina, 1999).
Barrett, James R., William Z. Foster and the Tragedy
of American Radicalism (Illinois, 1999).
Basch, Norma, Framing American Divorce: From the
Revolutionary Generation to the Victorians (California, 1999).
Bay, Mia, The White Image in the Black Mind: African-American
Ideas about White People, 1830-1925 (Oxford, 1999).
Bell, Lynda S., "Of Silk, Women, and Capital:
Peasant Womens Labor in Chinese and Other Third World Capitalisms,"
Journal of Womens History, 11 (Winter 00), 82-106.
Bennett, Scott, "Socialist Pacifism and Nonviolent
Social Revolution: The War Resisters League and the Spanish Civil War,"
Peace & Change, 25 (Jan. 00), 102-28.
Benton, Gregor, New Fourth Army: Communist Resistance
along the Yangtze and the Huai, 1938-1941 (California, 1999).
Bergson, Henry, On the Left in America: Memoirs
of the Scandinavian-American Labor Movement (Southern Illinois,
Berland, Oscar, "The Emergence of the Communist
Perspective on the Negro Question in America: 1919-1931
(Part One)," Science & Society, 63 (1999), 411-32.
Bezis-Selfa, John, "A Tale of Two Ironworkers:
Slavery, Free Labor, Work, and Resistance in the Early Republic,"
William & Mary Quarterly, 56 (1999), 677-700.
Bezner, Lili Corbus, Photography and Politics
in America: From the New Deal into the Cold War (Johns Hopkins,
Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen Blee, The Road
to Poverty: The Making of Wealth and Hardship in Appalachia (Cambridge,
Blewett, Mary H., Constant Turmoil: The Politics
of Industrial Life in Nineteenth-Century New England (Massachusetts,
Boris, Eileen, and Nupur Chaudhuri, eds., Voices
of Women Historians: The Personal, the Political, the Professional
Breman, Jan, "Industrial Labour in Post-Colonial
India I: Industrializing the Economy and Formalizing Labour," International
Review of Social History, 44 (1999), 249-300.
Bronstein, Jamie L., Land Reform and Working-Class
Experience in Britain and the United States, 1800-1862 (Stanford,
Brooks, James F., "Served Well by Plunder: La
Gran Ladroneria and Producers of History Astride the Rio Grande,"
American Quarterly, 52 (2000), 3-58.
Brown, Kathleen A., "The Savagely Father
and Un-Mothered World of the Communist Party, U.S.A.: Feminism,
Maternalism, and Mother Bloor," Feminist Studies,
25 (1999), 537-70.
Brown, Michael K., Race, Money, and the American
Welfare State (Cornell, 1999).
Burnham, Philip, Indian Country, Gods Country:
Native Americans and the National Parks (Island Press, 2000).
Canny, Nicholas, "Writing Atlantic History;
or, Reconfiguring the History of Colonial British America," Journal
of American History, 86 (1999), 1093-1114.
Chen, Yong, "Remembering Ah Quin: A Century
of Social Memory in a Chinese American Family," Oral History
Review, 27/1 (Winter/Spring 2000), 57-80.
Cobble, Dorothy Sue, "A Spontaneous Loss
of Enthusiasm: Workplace Feminism and the Transformation of Womens
Service Jobs in the 1970s," International Labor and Working
Class History, No. 56 (Fall 99), 23-44.
Cody, Lisa Forman, "The Politics of Illegitimacy
in and Age of Reform: Women, Reproduction, and Political Economy in
Englands New Poor Law of 1834," Journal of Womens
History, 11 (Winter 00), 131-56.
Collins, Jane L., and Greta R. Krippner, "Permanent
Labor Contracts in Agriculture: Flexibility and Subordination in a New
Export Crop," Comparative Studies in Society and History,
41 (1999), 510-34.
Conger, Danielle E., "Toward a Native American
Nationalism: Joel Barlows The Vision of Columbus," New
England Quarterly, 72 (1999), 558-76.
Connolly, Linda, "Feminist Politics and the
[Irish] Peace Process," Capital & Class, No. 69 (Fall
Currie, Janet, and Joseph Ferrie, "The Law and
Labor Strife in the United States, 1881-1894," Journal of Economic
History, 60 (2000), 42-66.
Curry, Lynne, Modern Mothers in the Heartland:
Gender, Health, and Progress in Illinois, 1900-1930 (Ohio State,
Curtin, Mary Ellen, "Negro Thieves
or Enterprising Farmers?: Markets, the Law, and African American Community
Regulation in Alabama, 1866-1877," Agricultural History,
74 (2000), 19-38.
Daunton, Martin and Rick Halpern, eds., Empire
and Others: British Encounters with Indigenous Peoples, 1600-1850
Davies, John, "Authority, Community, and Conflict:
Rioting and Aftermath in a Late-Nineteenth Century Pennsylvania Coal
Town," Pennsylvania History, 66 (1999), 339-63.
Davis, David Brion, "The Culmination of Racial
Polarities and Prejudice," Journal of the Early Republic,
19 (1999), 757-75.
Davis, Flora, Moving the Mountain: The Womens
Movement in America since 1960 (Illinois, 1999).
Day, Jared, Urban Castles: Tenement Housing and
Landlord Activism in New York City, 1890-1943 (Columbia, 1999).
De Angelis, Massimo, "Globalization, New Internationalism
and the Zapatistas," Capital & Class, No. 70 (Spring
Deloria, Philip J., Playing Indian (Yale,
Desan, Suzanne, "Reconstituting the Social After
the Terror: Family, Property and the Law in Popular Politics,"
Past & Present, No. 164 (Aug. 99), 81-121.
Deutsch, Sarah, Women and the City: Gender, Power,
and Space in Boston, 1870-1940 (Oxford, 2000).
Dore, Elizabeth and Maxine Molyneux, eds., Hidden
Histories of the Gender and the State in Latin America (Duke, 2000).
Dublin, Thomas, and Walter Licht, "Gender and
Economic Decline: The Pennsylvania Anthracite Region, 1920-1970,"
Oral History Review, 27/1 (Winter/Spring 2000), 81-98.
Edsforth, Ronald, The New Deal: Americas
Response to the Great Depression (Blackwell, 2000).
Engerman, Stanley, ed., The Terms of Labor: Slavery,
Serfdom, and Free Labor (California, 1999).
"Environmental History of Pennsylvania,"
special issue of Pennsylvania History, 66 (Fall 99).
Ferrer, Ada, Insurgent Cuba: Race, Nation, and
Revolution, 1868-1898 (North Carolina, 1999).
Fessenden, Tracy, "The Convent, the Brothel,
and the Protestant Womans Sphere," Signs, 25 (2000),
Fickes, Michael L., "They Could Not Endure
That Yoke: The Captivity of Pequot Women and Children After the
War of 1637," New England Quarterly, 73 (2000), 58-81.
Findlay, Eileen Suarez, Imposing Decency: The
Politics of Sexuality and Race in Puerto Rico, 1870-1920 (Duke,
Fogel, Joshua A., The Nanjing Massacre in History
and Historiography (California, 1999).
Foley, Duncan K., "Recent Developments in the
Labor Theory of Value," Review of Radical Political Economics,
32 (June 00), 1-39.
Ford, Lacy K., Jr., "Making the White
Mans Country White: Race, Slavery, and State-Building in
the Jacksonian South," Journal of the Early Republic, 19
Fox, Richard Wrightman, Trials of Intimacy: Love
and Loss in the Beecher-Tilton Scandal (Chicago, 1999).
Frager, Ruth A., "Labour History and the Interlocking
Hierarchies of Class, Ethnicity and Gender: A Canadian Perspective,"
International Review of Social History, 44(1999, 217-48.
Fraser, Cary, "Crossing the Color Line in Little
Rock: The Eisenhower Administration and the Dilemma of Race for U.S.
Foreign Policy," Diplomatic History, 24 (2000), 233-64.
Garman, Bryan K., "Heroic Spiritual Grandfather:
Whitman, Sexuality, and the American Left, 1890-1940," American
Quarterly, 52 (2000), 90-126.
Garrioch, David, "The Everyday Lives of Parisian
Women and the October Days of 1789," Social History, 24
Geggus, David, "Slave Society in the Sugar Plantation
Zones of Saint Domingue and the Revolution of 1791-93," Slavery
& Abolition, 20:2 (Aug. 99), 31-46.
Goldsmith, Larry, "To Profit By His Skill
and to Traffic on His Crime: Prison Labor in Early 19th-Century
Massachusetts," Labor History, 40 (1999), 439-58.
Gordon, Alec, "The Agrarian Question in Colonial
Java: Coercion and Colonial Capitalist Sugar Plantations, 1870-1941,"
Journal of Peasant Studies, 27:2 (Oct. 99), 1-34.
Gordon, Linda, The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction
Gordon, Robert, "Poisons in the Fields: The
United Farm Workers, Pesticides, and Environmental Politics," Pacific
Historical Review, 68 (1999), 51-77.
Grayzel, Susan R., Womens Identities at
War: Gender, Motherhood, and Politics in Britain and France during the
First World War (North Carolina, 2000).
Green, James N., Beyond Carnival: Male Homosexuality
in Twentieth-Century Brazil (Chicago, 1999).
Green, James, Taking History to Heart: The Power
of the Past in Building Social Movements (Massachusetts, 2000).
Green, Nancy L., "Le Melting-Pot: Made in America,
Produced in France," Journal of American History, 86 (1999),
Grubb, Farley, "The Transatlantic Market for
British Convict Labor," Journal of Economic History, 60
Gullett, Gayle, Becoming Citizens: The Emergence
and Development of the California Womens Movement, 1880-1911
Guy, Donna J., "The Morality of Economic History
and the Immorality of Imperialism," American Historical Review,
102 (1999), 1247-52.
Guy, Roger, "The Media, the Police, and Southern
White Migrant Identity in Chicago, 1955-1970," Journal of Urban
History, 26 (2000), 329-56.
Hall, Covington, Labor Struggles in the Deep South
and Other Writings (Charles H. Kerr, 2000), edited and introduced
by David R. Roediger.
Halliday, Fred, Revolution and World Politics:
The Rise and Fall of the Sixth Great Power (Duke, 1999).
Harris, Fredrick C., Something Within: Religion
in African-American Political Activism (Oxford, 1999).
Hirsch, Arnold R., "Containment
on the Home Front: Race and Federal Housing Policy from the New Deal
to the Cold War," Journal of Urban History, 26 (2000), 158-89.
Holter, Darryl, Workers and Unions in Wisconsin:
A Labor History Anthology (Wisconsin, 1999).
Honey, Michael Keith, Black Workers Remember:
An Oral History of Segregation, Unionism, and the Freedom Struggle
Horton, Lois E., "From Class to Race in Early
America: Northern Post-Emancipation Racial Reconstruction," Journal
of the Early Republic, 19 (1999), 629-50.
Hughes, Michael, L., Shouldering the Burdens of
Defeat: West Germany and the Reconstruction of Social Justice (North
Hunt, Nancy Rose, A Colonial Lexicon: Of Birth
Ritual, Medicalization, and Mobility in the Congo (Duke, 1999).
Hutson, Lorna, ed., Feminism and Renaissance Studies
Hutton, Drew and Libby Connors, History of the
Australian Environmental Movement (Cambridge, 1999).
Irons, Peter, A Peoples History of the Supreme
Court (Penguin Putnam, 1999).
Jackson, Maurice, "The Social and Intellectual
Origins of Anthony Benezets Antislavery Radicalism," Pennsylvania
History, 66 supp. (1999), 86-112.
Jewitt, Sarah, "Mothering Earth? Gender and
Environmental Protection in the Jharkand, India," Journal of
Peasant Studies, 27:2 (Jan. 00), 94-131.
Johnson, Walter, Soul by Soul: Life Inside the
Antebellum Slave Market (Harvard, 1999).
Juster, Susan, "Demagogues or Mystagogues? Gender
and the Language of Prophecy in the Age of Democratic Revolution,"
American Historical Review, 104 (1999), 1560-81.
Katznelson, Ira, "Du Boiss Century,"
Social Science History, 23 (1999), 459-74.
Kelley, Robin D.G., "A Poetics of Anticolonialism,"
Monthly Review, 51 (Nov. 99), 1-21.
________, "But a Local Phase of a World
Problem: Black Historys Global Vision," Journal
of American History, 86 (1999), 1045-77.
Kessler-Harris, Alice, "In the Nations
Image: The Gendered Limits of Social Citizenship in the Depression Era,"
Journal of American History, 86 (1999), 1251-79.
Kimeldorf, Howard, Battling for American Labor:
Wobblies, Craft Workers, and the Making of the Union Movement (California,
Kirk, Tim and Anthony McElligott, eds., Opposing
Fascism: Community, Authority and Resistance in Europe (Cambridge,
Klatch, Rebecca E., A Generation Divided: The
New Left, the New Right, and the 1960s (California, 1999).
Kleinberg, S. Jay, Women in the United States,
1830-1945 (Rutgers, 1999).
Kross, Jessica, "Mansions, Men, Women, and the
Creation of Multiple Publics in Eighteenth-Century British North America,"
Journal of Social History, 33 (1999), 385-408.
Kryder, Daniel, Divided Arsenal: Race and the
American State During World War II (Cambridge, 2000).
LaFeber, Walter, Michael Jordan and the New Global
Capitalism (Norton, 1999).
Lambert, Rob, "Globalization and the Erosion
of Class Compromise in Contemporary Australia," Politics &
Society, 28 (2000), 93-118.
Langum, David J., William M. Kunstler: The Most
Hated Lawyer in America (NYU, 1999).
Lee, Robert, "Urban Labor Markets, In-Migrations,
and Demographic Growth: Bremen, 1815-1914," Journal of Interdisciplinary
History, 30 (1999), 437-74.
Lesser, Jeffrey, Negotiating National Identity:
Immigrants, Minorities, and the Struggle for Ethnicity in Brazil
Levine, Daniel, Bayard Rustin and the Civil Rights
Movement (Rutgers, 2000).
Levine-Clark, Marjorie, "Engendering Relief:
Women, Ablebodiedness, and the New Poor Law in Early Victorian England,"
Journal of Womens History, 11 (Winter 00), 107-30.
Lewis, Jan Ellen and Peter S. Onuf, eds., Sally
Hemings and Thomas Jefferson: History, Memory and Civic Culture
Lightner, David L., Asylum, Prison, and Poorhouse:
The Writings and Reform Work of Dorothea Dix in Illinois (Southern
Ling, Huping, "Family and Marriage of Late-Nineteenth
and Early-Twentieth Century Chinese Immigrant Women," Journal
of American Ethnic History, 19:2 (Winter 00), 43-63.
Linkon, Sherry Lee, ed., Teaching Working Class
Lipsitz, George, "World Cities and World Beat:
Low-Wage Labor and Transnational Culture," Pacific Historical
Review, 68 (1999), 213-32.
Loeppky, Rodney, "Gene Production: A Political
Economy of Human Genome Research," Studies in Political Economy,
60 (Fall 99), 29-58.
Logevall, Fredrik, Choosing War: The Lost Chance
for Peace and the Escalation of War in Vietnam (California, 1999).
London, Louise, Whitehall and the Jews: British
Immigration Policy and the Holocaust (Cambridge, 2000).
Lowance, Mason, Against Slavery: An Abolitionism
Reader (Penguin Putnam, 2000).
Luger, Stan, Corporate Power, American Democracy
and the Automobile Industry (Cambridge, 2000).
Lunn, Joe, "Les Races Guerrieres:
Racial Preconceptions in the French Military about West African Soldiers
during the First World War," Journal of Contemporary History,
34 (1999), 517-36.
Maloof, Judy, Voices of Resistance: Testimonies
of Cuban and Chilean Women (Kentucky, 1999).
Mancall, Peter C., and James H. Merrell, eds., American
Encounters: Natives and Newcomers from European Contact to Indian Removal,
1500-1850 (Routledge, 1999).
Mandel, William M., Saying No to Power: Autobiography
of a 20th Century Activist and Thinker (Creative Arts, 1999).
Manis, Andrew M, A Fire You Cant Put Out:
The Civil Rights Life of Birminghams Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth
Margadant, Jo Burr, "Gender, Vice, and the Political
Imaginary in Nineteenth-Century France: Reinterpreting the Failure of
the July Monarchy, 1830-1848," American Historical Review,
Marquis, Jefferson P., "The Other Warriors:
American Social Science and Nation Building in Vietnam," Diplomatic
History, 24 (2000), 79-106.
Martel, Frederic, The Pink and the Black: Homosexuals
in France since 1968, trans. by Jane Marie Todd (California, 1999).
Martin, Randy, ed., Chalk Lines: The Politics
of Work in the Managed University (Duke, 1999).
Marx, Anthony W., Making Race and Nation: A Comparison
of the United States, South Africa and Brazil (Cambridge, 2000).
Mathew, Biju and Vijay Prashad, eds., "Satyagraha
in America: The Political Culture of South Asians in the U.S.,"
special issue of Amerasia Journal, 25:3 (1999/2000).
McDermid, Jane and Anna Hillyar, Midwives of the
Revolution: Female Bolsheviks and Women Workers in 1917 (Ohio, 1999).
McFadden, Margaret H., Golden Cables of Sympathy:
The Transatlantic Sources of Nineteenth-Century Feminism (Kentucky,
Metcalf, Alida C., "Millenarian Slaves? The
Santidade de Jaguaripe and Slave Resistance in the Americas," American
Historical Review, 104 (1999), 1531-59.
Min, Pyong Gap and Kyeyoung Park, eds., "Second
Generation Asian Americans Ethnic Identity," special issue
of Amerasia Journal, 25:1 (1999).
Minchin, Timothy J., "Black Activism, the 1964
Civil Rights Act, and the Racial Integration of the Southern Textile
Industry," Journal of Southern History, 65 (1999), 809-44.
Mitchell, Michele, "Silences Broken, Silences
Kept: Gender and Sexuality in African-American History," Gender
& History,, 11 (1999), 433-44.
Montrie, Chad, "Expedient Environmentalism:
Opposition to Coal Surface Mining in Appalachia and the United Mine
Workers of American, 1945-1977," Environmental History,
5 (January 2000), 75-98.
Moore, David, "Sail on, O Ship of State:
Neo-Liberalism, Globalisation and the Governance of Africa," Journal
of Peasant Studies, 27:2 (Oct. 99), 61-96.
Moore, Shirley Ann Wilson, To Place Our Deeds:
The African American Community in Richmond, California, 1910-1963
Morcillo, Aurora G., True Catholic Womanhood:
Gender Ideology in Francos Spain (Northern Illinois, 1999).
Mouton, Michelle, and Helena Pohlandt-McCormick,
"Boundary Crossings: Oral History of Nazi German and Apartheid
South AfricaA Comparative Perspective," History Workshop,
No. 48 (Fall 99), 41-64.
"The Nation and Beyond: Transnational Perspectives
on United States History," special issue of Journal of American
History, 86:3 (Dec. 99).
Neary, Michael, "Hyundai Motors, 1998-1999:
The Anatomy of a Strike," Capital & Class, No. 70 (Spring
"New Patterns of Militarized Violence and Coercion
in the Americas," special issue of Latin American Perspectives,
27 (Mar. 00).
Newman, Kathy M., "The Forgotten Fifteen Million:
Black Radio, the Negro Market and the Civil Rights Movement,"
Radical History Review, No. 76 (Winter 00), 115-35.
Nicholls, Michael L., "The Squint of Freedom:
African-American Freedom Suits in Post-Revolutionary Virginia,"
Slavery & Abolition, 20:2 (Aug. 99), 47-62.
Nicholson, Philip Y., Who Do We Think We Are?
Race and Nation in the Modern World (M.E. Sharpe, 1999).
Nicolaides, Becky M., "Where the Working
Man Is Welcomed: Working-Class Suburbs in Los Angeles, 1900-1940,"
Pacific Historical Review, 68 (1999), 517-60.
Novick, Peter, The Holocaust in American Life
(Houghton Mifflin, 1999).
OBrien, Patrick, "Imperialism and the
Rise and Decline of the British Economy, 1688-1989," New Left
Review, #238 (Nov. 99), 48-80.
OBrien, Thomas F., The Century of U.S. Capitalism
in Latin America (New Mexico, 1999).
OHearn, Denis, "Globalization, New
Tigers, and the End of the Developmental State? The Case of the
Celtic Tiger," Politics & Society, 28 (2000), 67-92.
Papke, David Ray, The Pullman Case: The Clash
of Labor and Capital in Industrial America (Kansas, 1999).
Passmore, Kevin, "Planting the Triocolor
in the Citadels of Communism: Womens Social Action in the
Croix de feu and Parti social francais," Journal of Modern History,
71 (1999), 814-51.
Peffer, George Anthony, If They Dont Bring
Their Women Here: Chinese Female Immigration before Exclusion (Illinois,
Perry, Elizabeth J., "From Paris to the Paris
of the East and Back: Workers as Citizens of Modern Shanghai,"
Comparative Studies in Society and History, 41 (1999), 348-73.
Perry, Jeffrey B., "An Introduction to Hubert
Harrison: The Father of Harlem Radicalism," Souls
(Winter 2000), 38-54.
Phillips, Kimberley L., AlabamaNorth: African-American
Migrants, Community, and Working-Class Activism in Cleveland, 1915-1945
Pierce, Michael, "Farmers and the Failure of
Populism in Ohio, 1890-1891," Agricultural History, 74 (2000),
Powaski, Ronald E., Return to Armageddon: The
United States and the Nuclear Arms Race, 1981-1999 (Oxford, 2000).
Pritchett, Wendell E., "A Northern Civil Rights
Movement: Community Race Relations in Brooklyn and the Beth-El Hospital
Strike of 1962," Labors Heritage, 10:4 (Fall 99/Winter
Purnell, Jennie, Popular Movements and State Formation
in Revolutionary Mexico: The Agraristas and Cristeros of Michoacan (Duke,
Raikes, Philip and Peter Gibbon, "Globalisation
and African Export Crop Agriculture," Journal of Peasant Studies,
27:2 (Jan. 00), 50-93.
Rehder, John B., Delta Sugar: Louisianas
Vanishing Plantation Landscape (Louisiana, 1999).
"Revolutions in the Americas," special
section in American Historical Review, 105 (2000), 92-152.
Richter, Daniel K., "Believing That Many
of the Red People Suffer Much for the Want of Food: Hunting, Agriculture
and a Quaker Construction of Indianness in the Early Republic,"
Journal of the Early Republic, 19 (1999), 601-28.
Riley, Carroll, The Kachina and the Cross: Indians
and Spaniards in the Early Southwest (Utah, 1999).
Riot-Sarcey, "The Difficulties of Gender in
France: Reflections on a Concept," trans. by Emily Salines, Gender
& History,, 11 (1999), 489-98.
Robertson, David, Denmark Vesey: The Buried History
of Americas Largest Slave Rebellion (random House, 1999)
Robinson, David M., "Banditry and the Subversion
of State Authority in China: The Capital Region during the Middle Ming
Period (1450-1525)," Journal of Social History, 33 (2000),
Rockman, Seth, "Womens Labor, Gender Ideology,
and Working-Class Households in Early Republic Baltimore," Pennsylvania
History, 66 supp. (1999), 174-200.
Roediger, David R., "The Pursuit of Whiteness:
Property, Terror and Expansion, 1790-1860," Journal of the Early
Republic, 19 (1999), 579-600.
Rose, Christine Meisner and Christopher C. Sellers,
"The Nature of the Firm: Towards an Ecocultural History of Business,"
Business History Review, 73 (1999), 577-600.
Rose, Elizabeth, A Mothers Job: A History
of Day Care, 1890-1960 (Oxford, 1999).
Rosen, Ruth, The World Split Open: How the Modern
Womens Movement Changed America (Penguin Putnam, 2000).
Rupp, Leila J., A Desired Past: A Short History
of Same-Sex Love in America (Chicago, 1999).
Sanabria, Harry, "Resistance and the Arts of
Domination: Miners and the Bolivian State," Latin American Perspectives,
27 (Jan. 00), 56-81.
Sanford, Victoria, "Between Rigoberta Menchu
and La Violencia: Deconstructing David Stolls History of Guatemala,"
Latin American Perspectives, 26 (Nov. 99), 38-46; lead
article in special issue devoted to the controversy over Rigoberta Menchu.
Satter, Beryl, Each Mind a Kingdom: American Women,
Sexual Purity, and the New Thought Movement, 1875-1920 (California,
Schmidt-Nowara, Christopher, Empire and Antislavery:
Spain, Cuba, and Puerto Rico, 1833-1874 (Pittsburgh, 1999).
Schmitz, David F., Thank God Theyre on Our
Side: The United States and Right-Wing Dictatorships, 1921-1965
(North Carolina, 1999).
Schneer, Jonathan, London 1900 (Yale, 1999).
Schoonover, Thomas, The French in Central America:
Culture and Commerce, 1820-1930 (Scholarly Resources, 2000).
Schwarcz, Lila Moritz, The Spectacle of the Races:
Scientists, Institutions, and the Race Question in Brazil, 1870-1930
(Hill & Wang, 1999).
Seltz, Daniel, "Remembering the War and the
Atomic Bombs: New Museums, New Approaches," Radical History
Review, No. 75 (Fall 99), 92-108.
Sen, Samita, Women and Labour in Late Colonial
India: The Bengal Jute Industry (Cambridge, 1999).
Sharpless, Rebecca, Fertile Ground, Narrow Choices:
Women on Texas Cotton Farms, 1900-1940 (North Carolina, 1999).
Shirlow, Peter and Ian Shuttleworth, "Who
Is Going to Toss the Burgers? Social Class and the Reconstruction
of the Northern Irish Economy," Capital & Class, No.
69 (Fall 99), 27-46.
Shoch, James, "Contesting Globalization: Organized
Labor, NAFTA, and the 1997 and 1998 Fast-Track Fights," Politics
& Society, 28 (2000), 119-50.
Siegelbaum, Lewis H., "The Shaping of Soviet
Workers Leisure: Workers Clubs and Palaces of Culture in
the 1930s," International Labor and Working Class History,
No. 56 (Fall 99), 78-92.
Silverman, Victor, Imagining Internationalism
in American and British Labor, 1939-1949 (Illinois, 1999).
Sklar, Kathryn Kish, Womens Rights Emerges
within the Antislavery Movement, 1830-1870: A Brief History with Documents
Smith, Allen, "Present at the Creation and Other
Myths: The Port Huron Statement and the Origins of the New Left,"
Socialist Review, 27:1, 2 (1999), 1-28.
Smith, Suzanne E., Dancing in the Street: Motown
and the Cultural Politics of Detroit (Harvard, 1999).
Snell, K.D.M., "The Sunday-School Movement in
England and Wales: Child Labour, Denominational Control and Working-Class
Culture," Past & Present, No. 164 (Aug. 99), 122-68.
Spickard, Paul R., "Not Just the Quiet People:
The Nisei Underclass," Pacific Historical Review, 68 (1999),
Stansell, Christine, "Women in Nineteenth-Century
America," Gender & History, 11 (1999), 419-32.
Starn, Orin, Nightwatch: The Politics of Protest
in the Andes (Duke, 1999).
Staub, Michael E., "Negroes are not Jews:
Race, Holocaust Consciousness, and the Rise of Jewish Neoconservatism,"
Radical History Review, No. 76 (Winter 00), 3-27.
Stavig, Ward, Ambiguous Visions: Nature, Law, and
Culture in Indigenous-Spanish Land Relations in Colonial Peru,"
Hispanic American Historical Review, 80 (2000), 77-112.
Steinberg, Marc W., Fighting Words: Working-Class
Formation, Collective Action, and Discourse in Early Nineteenth-Century
England (Cornell, 1999).
Stewart, James Brewer, "Modernizing Difference:
The Political Meanings of Color in the Free States, 1776-1840,"
Journal of the Early Republic, 19 (1999), 691-712.
Stradling, David and Joel A. Tarr, "Environmental
Activism, Locomotive Smoke, and the Corporate Response: The Case of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and Chicago Smoke Control," Business
History Review, 73 (1999), 677-704.
Stradling, David, Smokestacks and Progressives:
Environmentalists, Engineers, and Air Quality in America, 1881-1951
(Johns Hopkins, 1999).
Summers, Anne, "The Constitution Violated: The
Female Body and the Female Subject in the Campaigns of Josephine Butler,"
History Workshop, No. 48 (Fall 99), 1-16.
Thelen, Kathleen, and Ikuo Kume, "The Effects
of Globalization on Labor Revisited: Lessons from Germany and Japan,"
Politics & Society, 27 (1999), 477-506.
"Thomas Jefferson and the Sally Hemmings Redux,"
forum in William & Mary Quarterly, 57 (2000), 121-210.
Tolnay, Stewart E., The Bottom Rung: African American
Family Life on Southern Farms (Illinois, 1999).
Torigian, Michael, "The Occupation of Factories:
Paris 1936, Flint 1937," Comparative Studies in Society and
History, 41 (1999), 324-47.
Twine, France Winddance, "Transracial Mothering
and Antiracism: The Case of White Birth Mothers of Black
Children in Britain," Feminist Studies, 25 (1999), 729-46.
Tyrrell, Ian, "Making Nations/Making States:
American Historians in the Context of Empire," Journal of American
History, 86 (1999), 1015-44.
________, True Gardens of the Gods: Californian-Australian
Environmental Reform, 1860-1930 (California, 1999).
Tyson, Timothy B., Radio Free Dixie: Robert F.
Williams and the Roots of Black Power (North Carolina, 1999).
Tywoniak, Frances Esquibel and Mario T. Garcia, Migrant
Daughter: Coming of Age as a Mexican American Woman (California,
Van Allen, Judith, "Bad Future Things
and Liberatory Moments: Capitalism, Gender and the State in Botswana,"
Radical History Review, No. 76 (Winter 00), 136-68.
Walker, Melissa, All We Knew Was to Farm: Rural
Women in the Upcountry South, 1919-1941 (Johns Hopkins, 2000).
Wallace, Anthony F.C., Jefferson and the Indians:
The Tragic Fate of the First Americans (Harvard, 1999).
Walton, Whitney, Eves Proud Descendnts:
Four Women Writers and Republican Politics in Nineteenth-Century France
Weiner, Amir, "Nature, Nurture, and Memory in
a Socialist Utopia: Delineating the Soviet Socio-Ethnic Body in the
Age of Socialism," American Historical Review, 104 (1999),
White, Shane, and Graham White, "Us Likes
a Mixtery: Listening to African-American Slave Music," Slavery
& Abolition, 20:3 (Dec. 99), 22-48.
Wiener, Jon, Gimme Some Truth: The John Lennon
FBI Files (California, 1999).
Wilkinson, Patrick, "The Selfless and the Helpless:
Maternalist Origins of the U.S. Welfare State," Feminist Studies,
25 (1999), 571-600.
Witz, Leslie and Carohn Cornell, "Africa, Race
and Empire in the Nineteenth Century at a South African University in
1998," Radical History Review, No. 76 (Winter 00),
Wucker, Michele, Why the Cocks Fight: Dominicans,
Haitians, and the Struggle for Hispaniola (Hill & Wang, 1999).
Yamamoto, Eric K., "Whats Next?: Japanese
American Redress and African American Reparations," Amerasia
Journal, 25:2 (1999), 1-17.
Young, Jeffrey Robert, Domesticating Slavery:
The Master Class in Georgia and South Carolina, 1670-1837 (North
Yung, Judy, Unbound Voices: A Documentary History
of Chinese Women in San Francisco (California, 1999).
Zeiger, Susan, In Uncle Sams Service: Women
Workers and the American Expeditionary Force, 1917-1919 (Cornell,
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