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

Number 86, June 2002

Adas, Michael, "From Settler Colony to Global Hegemon: Integrating the Exceptionalist Narrative of the American Experience into World History," American Historical Review, 106 (2001), 1692–1720.

Anderson, Paul Allen, Deep River: Music and Memory in Harlem Renaissance Thought (Duke, 2001).

Anderson, Timothy G., "Proto-Industrialization, Sharecropping, and Outmigration in Nineteenth-Century Rural Westphalia," Journal of Peasant Studies, 29:1 (2001), 1–30.

Arnesen, Eric, "Whiteness and the Historians’ Imagination," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 60 (Fall ‘01), 3–32, with responses by James R. Barrett, David Brody, Barbara J. Fields, Eric Foner, Victoria C. Hattam, and Adolph Reed, Jr.

________, Black Protest and the Great Migration: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2002).

Aurand, Harold W., ed., "The Lattimer Massacre of 1897," special issue of Pennsylvania History, 68:4 (2002).

Baack, Ben, "Forging a Nation State: The Continental Congress and the Financing of the War of American Independence," Economic History Review, 54 (2001), 639–56.

Baker, Jean H., ed., Votes for Women: The Struggle for Suffrage Revisited (Oxford, 2002).

Bao, Xiaolan, Holding Up More Than Half the Sky: Chinese Women Garment Workers in New York City, 1948–92 (Illinois, 2001).

Baptist, Edward E., "‘Cuffy,’ ‘Fancy Maids,’ and ‘One-Eyed Men’: Rape, Commodification, and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States," American Historical Review, 106 (2001), 1619–50.

Bay, Edna G., "Protection, Political Exile, and the Atlantic Slave-Trade: History and Collective Memory in Dahomey," Slavery & Abolition, 22:1 (2001), 42–60.

Bernstein, David E., Only One Place of Redress: African Americans, Labor Regulations, and the Courts from Reconstruction to the New Deal (Duke, 2001).

Berry, Mary Frances, "Diluting the Vote: The Irony of Bush v. Gore," Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 436–43.

"Black Power Studies: A New Scholarship," special issue of The Black Scholar, 31 (Fall/Winter 2001), ed. by Peniel E. Joseph.

Blanck, Emily, "Seventeen Eighty-Three: The Turning Point in the Law of Slavery and Freedom in Massachusetts," New England Quarterly, 75 (2002), 44–51.

Blee, Kathleen M., Inside Organized Racism: Women in the Hate Movement (California, 2002).

Block, Sharon, "Early American Sexuality: Race, Colonialism, Power, and Culture," Radical History Review, No. 82 (2001), 159–70.

Braukman, Stacy, "‘Nothing Else Matters but Sex’: Cold War Narratives of Deviance and the Search for Lesbian Teachers in Florida, 1959–1963," Feminist Studies, 27 (2001), 553–75.

Breugel, Martin, "Work, Gender, and Authority on the Farm: The Hudson Valley Countryside, 1790s–1850s," Agricultural History, 76 (2002), 1–27.

Brophy, Alfred L., Reconstructing the Dreamland: The Tulsa Riot of 1921, Race Reparations, and Reconciliation (Oxford, 2002).

Brown, Stephen, "‘Con discriminación y represión no hay democracia’: The Lesbian and Gay Movement in Argentina," Latin American Perspectives, 29:2 (2002), 119–38.

Buchanan, Thomas C., "Rascals on the Antebellum Mississippi: African-American Steamboat Workers and the St. Louis Hanging of 1841," Journal of Social History, 34 (2001), 797–816.

Bucki, Cecelia, Bridgeport’s Socialist New Deal, 1915–1936 (Illinois, 2001).

Burgos, Raúl, "The Gramscian Intervention in the Theoretical and Political Production of the Latin American Left," Latin American Perspectives, 29:1 (2002), 9–37

Burnham, Peter, "Marx, International Political Economy and Globalisation," Capital & Class, No. 75 (2001), 103–12.

Camiscioli, Elisa, "Producing Citizens, Reproducing the ‘French Race’: Immigration, Demography, and Pronatalism in Early Twentieth-Century France," Gender & History, 13 (2001), 593–621.

Canning, Kathleen and Sonya O. Rose, "Gender, Citizenship and Subjectivity: Some Historical and Theoretical Considerations," Gender & History, 13 (2001), 427–43.

Caulfield, Sueann, "The History of Gender in the Historiography of Latin America," Hispanic American Historical Review, 81 (2001), 451–92.

Chafe, William, Raymond Gavins, and Robert Korstad, eds., Remembering Jim Crow: African Americans Tell About Life in the Segregated South (The New Press, 2001).

Chappell, Marisa, "Rethinking Women’s Politics in the 1970s: The League of Women Voters and the National Organization for Women Confront Poverty," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Winter ‘02), 155–79.

Cherny, Robert W., "Constructing a Radical Identity: History, Memory, and the Seafaring Stories of Harry Bridges," Pacific Historical Review, 70 (2001), 571–600.

Cherry, Robert, Who Gets the Good Jobs? Combating Race and Gender Disparities (Rutgers, 2001).

Clayson, William S., "‘The Barrios and the Ghettos Have Organized!’ Community Action, Political Acrimony, and the War on Poverty in San Antonio," Journal of Urban History, 28 (2002), 158–93.

Coker, Trudie, "Globalization and Corporatism: The Growth and Decay of Organized Labor in Venezuela, 1900–1998," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 60 (Fall ‘01), 180–202.

Cook, Noble David, "Sickness, Starvation, and Death in Early Hispaniola," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 32 (2002), 349–86.

Dale, Elizabeth, "Not Simply Black and White: Jury Power and the Law in Late-Nineteenth-Century Chicago," Social Science History, 25 (2001), 7–28.

Darrow, David, "From Commune to Household: Statistics and the Social Construction of Chaianov’s Theory of Peasant Economy," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 43 (2001), 788–818.

Das, Raju J., "Class, Capitalism and Agrarian Transition: A Critical Review of Some Recent Arguments," Journal of Peasant Studies, 29:1 (2001), 155–74.

Davin, Anna, "Waif Stories in Late Nineteenth-Century England," History Workshop Journal, No. 52 (2001), 67–98.

Deagan, Kathleen and José María Cruxent, Columbus’s Outpost among the Tainos: Spain and America at La Isabela, 1493–1498 (Yale, 2001).

DeLombard, Jeannine Marie, "Representing the Slave: White Advocacy and Black Testimony in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Dred," New England Quarterly, 75 (2002), 80–106.

Deloria, Philip J. and Neal Salisbury, eds., A Companion to American Indian History (Oxford, 2001).

Diner, Hasia, Hungering for America: Italian, Irish, and Jewish Foodways in the Age of Migration (Harvard, 2001).

Dos Santos, Sales Augusto, "Historical Roots of the ‘Whitening’ of Brazil," Latin American Perspectives, 29:1 (2002), 61–82.

Dublin, Thomas and Kathryn Kish Sklar, "Democratizing Student Learning: The ‘Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1820–1940’ Web Project at SUNY Binghamton," The History Teacher, 35:2 (2002), 163–73.

Eber, Christine E., and Janet M. Tanski, "Obstacles Facing Women’s Grassroots Development Strategies in Mexico," Review of Radical Political Economics, 33:4 (2001), 441–60.

Elbaum, Max, "What Legacy from the Radical Internationalism of 1968?" Radical History Review, No. 82 (Winter ‘02), 37–64.

Elliott, Mark, "Race, Color Blindness, and the Democratic Public: Albion M. Tourgee’s Radical Principles in Plessy v. Ferguson," Journal of Southern History, 67 (2001), 287–330.

Ellis, Clyde, "‘There Is No Doubt . . . the Dances Should Be Curtailed’: Indian Dances and Federal Policy on the Southern Plains, 1880–1930," Pacific Historical Review, 70 (2001), 543–70.

Emberley, Julia V., "The Bourgeois Family, Aboriginal Women, and Colonial Governance in Canada: A Study in Feminist and Cultural Materialism," Signs, 27 (2001), 59–86.

Eudell, Demetrius L., The Political Languages of Emancipation in the British Caribbean and the U.S. South (North Carolina, 2002).

Faue, Elizabeth, Writing the Wrongs: Eva Valesh and the Rise of Labor Journalism (Cornell, 2001).

Faust, Drew Gilpin, "The Civil War Soldier and the Art of Dying," Journal of Southern History, 67 (2001), 3–38.

Fidelis, Malgorzata, "‘Participation in the Creative Work of the Nation’: Polish Women Intellectuals in the Cultural Construction of Gender Roles , 1864–1890," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Spring ‘01), 108–31.

Foner, Eric, Who Owns History? (Hill & Wang, 2001).

Fones-Wolf, Ken, "Immigrants, Labor and Capital in a Transnational Context: Belgian Glass Workers in America, 1880–1925," Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:2 (Winter ‘02), 59–80.

Freedman, Estelle, No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women (Ballantine, 2002).

Freeman, Carla and Donna F. Murdock, "Enduring Traditions and New Directions in Feminist Ethnography in the Caribbean and Latin America," Feminist Studies, 27 (2001), 423–58.

Friedmann, Harriet, "The World Social Forum at Porto Alegre and the People’s Summit at Quebec City: A View from the Ground," Studies in Political Economy, 66 (2002), 85–106.

Fultz, Michael, "Charleston, 1919–1920: The Final Battle in the Emergence of the South’s Urban African American Teacher Corps," Journal of Urban History, 27 (2001), 633–49.

Garcia, Matt, A World of Its Own: Race, Labor, and Citrus in the Making of Greater Los Angeles, 1900–1970 (North Carolina, 2001).

Garrabou, Ramon, Jordi Planas, and Enric Saguer, "Sharecropping and the Management of Large Rural Estates in Catalonia, 1850–1950," Journal of Peasant Studies, 28:3 (2001), 89–108.

Geary, Dan, "The ‘Union of Power and the Intellect’: C. Wright Mills and the Labor Movement," Labor History, 42 (2001), 327–45.

Gellman, David, "Pirates, Sugar, Debtors, and Slaves: Political Economy and the Case for Gradual Abolition in New York," Slavery & Abolition, 22:2 (Aug. ‘01), 51–68.

Gilmore, Glenda, Who Were the Progressives? (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2002).

Glenn, Evelyn Nakano, Unequal Freedom: How Race and Gender Shaped American Citizenship and Labor (Harvard, 2001).

Goldstein, Joshua S., War and Gender: How Gender Shapes the War System and Vice Versa (Cambridge, 2001).

Gonzalez, Gilbert C. and Raúl Fernandez, "Empire and the Origins of Twentieth-Century Migration from Mexico to the United States," Pacific Historical Review, 71 (2002), 19–58.

Green, Venus, Race on the Line: Gender, Labor and Technology in the Bell System, 1880–1980 (Duke, 2001).

Guinier, Lani and Gerald Torres, The Miner’s Canary: Enlisting Race, Resisting Power, Transforming Democracy (Harvard, 2001).

Gupta, Dipak K., "Everyday Resistance or Routine Repression? Exaggeration as a Stratagem in Agrarian Conflict," Journal of Peasant Studies, 29:1 (2001), 89–108.

Hall, Valerie Gordon, "Contrasting Female Identities: Women in Coal Mining Communities in Northumberland, England, 1900–1939," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Summer ‘01), 107–31.

Hansen, Bert, "Public Careers and Private Sexuality: Some Gay and Lesbian Lives in the History of Medicine and Public Health," American Journal of Public Health, 92:1 (Jan. 2002), 36–44.

Hewitt, Nancy A., Southern Discomfort: Women’s Activism in Tampa, Florida, 1880s–1920s (Illinois, 2001).

Higginbotham, Elizabeth, Too Much to Ask: Black Women in the Era of Integration (North Carolina, 2001).

Hilson, Mary, "Labour Politics in a Naval Dockyard: The Case of Karlskrona, Sweden, c. 1880–1925," International Review of Social History, 46 (2001), 341–70.

Hoffman, Steven J., "Progressive Public Health Administration in the Jim Crow South: A Case Study of Richmond, Virginia, 1907–1920," Journal of Social History, 35 (2001), 175–94.

Hoffnung-Garskof, Jesse, "The Migrations of Arturo Schomburg: On Being Antillano, Negro, and Puerto Rican in New York, 1891–1938," Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:1 (Fall ‘02), 3–49.

Howard, John, "The Politics of Dancing under Japanese-American Incarceration," History Workshop Journal, No. 52 (2001), 123–52.

Huber-Spiel, Rita, "Organized Women and the Strong State: The Beginnings of Female Associational Activity in Germany, 1810–1840," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Winter ‘02), 81–105.

Hutchison, Elizabeth Q., "From ‘La Mujer Esclava’ to ‘La Mujer Limon’: Anarchism and the Politics of Sexuality in Early-Twentieth-Century Chile," Hispanic American Historical Review, 81 (2001), 519–54.

Hyslop, Jonathan, "A Ragged Trousered Philanthropist and the Empire: Robert Tressell in South Africa," History Workshop Journal, No. 51(2001), 65–86.

Jacobs, Nancy J., "The Great Bophuthatswana Donkey Massacre: Discourse on the Ass and the Politics of Class and Grass," American Historical Review, 106 (2001), 485–507.

Johnson, Michael P., "Denmark Vesey and His Co-Conspirators," William & Mary Quarterly, 58 (2001), 915–76.

Kashatus, William C., Just Over the Line: Chester County and the Underground Railroad (Penn State University Press, 2001).

Kesselman, Amy, "Women’s Liberation and the Left in New Haven, Connecticut, 1968–1972," Radical History Review, No. 81 (Fall ‘01), 15–34.

Kim, Claire Jean, "Playing the Racial Trump Card: Asian Americans in Contemporary U.S. Politics," Amerasia Journal, 26:3 (2000/2001), 35–66.

Klepp, Susan E. and R. A. McDonald, "Inscribing Experience: An American Working Woman and an English Gentlewoman Encounter Jamaica’s Slave Society," William & Mary Quarterly, 58 (2001), 661–72.

Koenker, Diane P., "Fathers Against Sons / Sons Against Fathers: The Problem of Generations in the Early Soviet Workplace," Journal of Modern History, 73 (2001), 781–810.

Kofas, Jon V., "U.S. Foreign Policy and the World Federation of Trade Unions, 1944–1948," Diplomatic History, 26 (2002), 21–60.

Kornblith, Gary and Carol Lasser, eds., "Teaching outside the Box," special section in Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 1430–93.

Kramer, Paul A., "Empires, Exceptions, and Anglo-Saxons: Race and Rule between the British and United States Empires, 1890–1910," Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 1315–53.

Kropp, Phoebe S., "Citizens of the Past?: Olvera Street and the Construction of Race and Memory in 1930s Los Angeles," Radical History Review, No. 81 (Fall ‘01), 35–60.

Kuhn, Clifford M., Contesting the New South Order: The 1914–1915 Strike at Atlanta’s Fulton Mills (North Carolina, 2002).

Ladd, Brian, "East Berlin Monuments in the Late German Democratic Republic: Finding a Place for Marx and Engels," Journal of Contemporary History, 37 (2002), 91–104.

Leavitt, Sarah A., From Catharine Beecher to Martha Stewart: A Cultural History of Domestic Advice (North Carolina, 2002).

Lerner, Gerda, Fireweed: A Political Autobiography (Temple, 2002).

Lewis, Robert D., "Redesigning the Workplace: The North American Factory in the Interwar Period," Technology and Culture, 42 (2001), 665–84.

Lichtenstein, Nelson, State of the Union: A Century of American Labor (Princeton, 2002).

Lindberg, Anna, "Class, Caste, and Gender among Cashew Workers in the South Indian State of Kerala, 1930–2000," International Review of Social History, 46 (2001), 155–84.

Mamdani, Mahmood, "Beyond Settler and Native as Political Identities: Overcoming the Political Legacy of Colonialism," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 43 (2001), 651–64.

Mancall, Peter C. and James H. Merrill, eds., American Encounters: Natives and Newcomers from European Contact to Indian Removal, 1500–1850 (Routledge, 2001).

Mandell, Nikki, The Corporation as Family: The Gendering of Corporate Welfare, 1890–1930 (North Carolina, 2002).

Mann, Geoff, "The State, Race, and ‘Wage Slavery’ in the Forest Sector of the Pacific North-West United States," Journal of Peasant Studies, 29:1 (2001), 61–88.

Mann, Kristin, "Shifting Paradigms in the Study of the African Diaspora and of Atlantic History and Culture," Slavery & Abolition, 22:1 (2001), 3–21.

Mann, Michael, "Globalization Is, Among Other Things, Transnational, International, and American, Science & Society, 65 (2002), 464–68.

Martin, Christopher T., "New Unionism at the Grassroots: The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America in Rochester, New York, 1914–29," Labor History, 42 (2001), 237–54.

Matthaei, Julie, "Healing Ourselves, Healing Our Economy: Paid Work, Unpaid Work, and the Next Stage of Feminist Economic Transformation," Review of Radical Political Economics, 33:4 (2001), 461–94.

Maxwell, David, "‘Sacred History, Social History’: Traditions and Texts in the Making of a Southern African Transnational Religious Movement," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 43 (2001), 502–24.

McCall, Laura, "‘Shall I Fetter Her Will?’: Literary Americans Confront Feminine Submission, 1820–1860," Journal of the Early Republic, 21 (2001), 95–114.

McKillen, Elizabeth, "Ethnicity, Class, and Wilsonian Internationalism Reconsidered: The Mexican-American and Irish-American Immigrant Left and U.S. Foreign Relations, 1914–1922," Diplomatic History, 25 (2001), 553–88.

McMahon, Robert J., "Contested Memory: The Vietnam War and American Society, 1975–2001," Diplomatic History, 26 (2002), 159–84.

Meriwether, James H., Proudly We Can Be Africans: Black Americans and Africa, 1935–1961 (North Carolina, 2002).

Middleton, Simon, "‘How it Came that the Bakers Bake No Bread’: A Struggle for Trade Privileges in Seventeenth-Century New Amsterdam," William & Mary Quarterly, 58 (2001), 347–72.

Miller, James A., Susan D. Pennybacker, and Eve Rosenhaft, "Mother Ada Wright and the International Campaign to Free the Scottsboro Boys," American Historical Review, 106 (2001), 387–430.

Minchin, Timothy J., "Permanent Replacements and the Breakdown of the ‘Social Accord’ in Calera, Alabama, 1974–1999," Labor History, 42 (2001), 371–96.

________, "Broken Spirits: Permanent Replacements and the Rumford Strike of 1986," New England Quarterly, 74 (2001), 27–31.

Mires, Charlene, "Slavery, Nativism, and the Forgotten History of Pennsylvania Hall," Pennsylvania History, 67 (2000), 481–501.

Moore, L. N., "The School Desegregation Crisis of Cleveland, Ohio, 1963–1964: The Catalyst for Black Political Power in a Northern City," Journal of Urban History, 28 (2002), 135–57.

Mutari, Ellen, ". . . As Broad as our Life Experience’: Visions of Feminist Political Economy, 1972–1991," Review of Radical Political Economics, 33:4 (2001), 379–99.

Nelson, Daniel, "The Other New Deal and Labor: The Regulatory State and the Unions, 1933–1940," Journal of Policy History, 13 (2001), 367–90.

Nemes, Robert, "Women in the 1848–1849 Hungarian Revolution," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Autumn ‘01), 193–207.

Noble, David F., "Technology and the Commodification of Higher Education," Monthly Review, 53 (March ‘02), 26–40.

Nolan, Mary, "The Politics of Memory in the Berlin Republic," Radical History Review, No. 81 (Fall ‘01), 113–32.

Norwood, Stephen H., Strikebreaking and Intimidation: Mercenaries and Masculinity in Twentieth-Century America (North Carolina, 2002).

Nym Mayall, Laura E., "The Rhetorics of Slavery and Citizenship: Suffragist Discourse and Canonical Texts in Britain, 1880–1914," Gender & History, 13 (2001), 481–97.

Oberdeck, Kathryn J., "Class, Place, and Gender: Contested Industrial Domestic Space in Kohler, Wisconsin, USA, 1920–1960," Gender & History, 13 (2001), 97–137.

O’Brien, Jim, "‘Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible’: Staughton Lynd, Jesse Lemisch, and a Committed History," Radical History Review, No. 82 (Winter ‘02), 65–90.

Ocasio, Rafael, "Gays and the Cuban Revolution: The Case of Reinaldo Arenas," Latin American Perspectives, 29:2 (2002), 78–98.

Olcott, Jocelyn, "‘Worthy Wives and Mothers’: State-Sponsored Women’s Organizing in Postrevolutionary Mexico," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Winter ‘02), 106–31.

Painter, Nell Irvin, Southern History across the Color Line (North Carolina, 2002).

Parreñas, Rhacel Salazar, "Mothering from a Distance: Emotions, Gender, and Intergenerational Relations in Filipino Transnational Families," Feminist Studies, 27 (2001), 361–90.

Petrulionis, Sandra Harbert, "‘Swelling the Great Tide of Humanity’: The Concord, Massachusetts, Female Anti-Slavery Society," New England Quarterly, 74 (2001), 385–418.

Piccato, Pablo, "‘El Chalequero’ or the Mexican Jack the Ripper: The Meanings of Sexual Violence in Turn-of-the-Century Mexico City," Hispanic American Historical Review, 81 (2001), 623–52.

Pulignano, Valeria, "Restructuring Work and Union Representation: A Developing Framework for Workplace Industrial Relations in Britain and Italy," Capital & Class, No. 76 (2002), 29–64.

Quataert Donald, "Labor History and the Ottoman Empire, c. 1700–1922," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 60 (Fall ‘01), 93–109.

Quataert, Donald and Yuksel Duman, "A Coal Miner’s Life during the Late Ottoman Empire," International Labor and Working Class History, No. 60 (Fall ‘01), 153–79.

Quataert, Jean H., Staging Philanthropy: Patriotic Women and the National Imagination in Dynastic Germany, 1813–1916 (Michigan, 2001).

Radding, Cynthia, "From the Counting House to the Field and Loom: Ecologies, Cultures, and Economies in the Missions of Sonora (Mexico) and Chiquitania (Bolivia)," Hispanic American Historical Review, 81 (2001), 45–88.

Radcliff, Pamela B., "Imagining Female Citizenship in the ‘New Spain’: Gendering the Democratic Transition, 1975–1978," Gender & History, 13 (2001), 498–523.

Reeder, Linda, "Conflict Across the Atlantic: Women, Family, and Mass Male Migration in Sicily, 1880–1920," International Review of Social History, 46 (2001), 371–92.

Regosin, Elizabeth, Freedom’s Promise: Ex-Slave Families and Citizenship in the Age of Emancipation (Virginia, 2001).

Rhoads, Edward J. M., "‘White Labor’ vs. ‘Coolie Labor’: The ‘Chinese Question’ in Pennsylvania in the 1870s," Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:2 (Winter ‘02), 3–32.

Rodrique, John C., "Labor Militancy and Black Grassroots Political Mobilization in the Louisiana Sugar Region, 1865–1868," Journal of Southern History, 67 (2001), 115–42.

Roediger, David R., Colored White: Transcending the Racial Past (California, 2002).

Rosenbloom, Joshua L., Looking for Work, Searching for Workers: American Labor Markets during Industrialization (Cambridge, 2002).

Rousey, Dennis C., "Friends and Foes of Slavery: Foreigners and Northerners in the Old South," Journal of Social History, 35 (2001), 373–96.

Rozbicki, Michal J., "To Save Them from Themselves: Proposals to Enslave the British Poor, 1698–1755," Slavery & Abolition, 22:2 (Aug. ‘01), 29–50.

Salman, Michael, The Embarrassment of Slavery: Controversies over Bondage and Nationalism in the American Colonial Philippines (California, 2002).

Saul, Scott, "Outrageous Freedom: Charles Mingus and the Invention of the Jazz Workshop," American Quarterly, 53 (2001), 387–419.

Schäfer, Axel R., "W.E.B. Du Bois, German Social Thought, and the Racial Divide in American Progressivism, 1892–1909," Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 925–49.

Schneider, Dorothee, "Naturalization and United States Citizenship in Two Periods of Mass Migration: 1890–1930, 1965–2000," Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:1 (Fall ‘02), 50–82.

Schneider, Mark Robert, "We Return Fighting": The Civil Rights Movement in the Jazz Age (Northeastern, 2002).

Schofield, Norman J., "Quandaries of War and of Union in North America, 1763–1861," Politics & Society, 30 (2002), 5–49.

Schwartz, Vanessa R., "Walter Benjamin for Historians," American Historical Review, 106 (2001), 1721–43.

Sigal, Pete, "Gender, Male Homosexuality, and Power in Colonial Yucatan," Latin American Perspectives, 29:2 (2002), 24–40.

Silverman, David J., "The Impact of Indentured Servitude on the Society and Culture of Southern New England Indians, 1680–1810," New England Quarterly, 74 (2001), 622–66.

Simon, Bryant, "New York Avenue: The Life and Death of Gay Spaces in Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1920–1990," Journal of Urban History, 28 (2002), 300–27.

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, "Teaching Students to Become Producers of New Historical Knowledge on the Web," Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 1471–76.

Smith, Michael B., "‘Silence, Miss Carson!’ Science, Gender, and the Reception of Silent Spring," Feminist Studies, 27 (2001), 733–52.

Soffer, Jonathan, "The National Association of Manufacturers and the Militarization of American Conservatism," Business History Review, 75 (2001), 775–806.

Soler, Ann Laura, "Tense and Tender Ties: The Politics of Comparison in North American History and (Post) Colonial Studies," Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 829–65, with responses by Ramón A. Gutiérrez, Lori D. Ginzburg, Dirk Hoerder, Mary A. Renda, and Robert J. McMahon.

Sreenivasan, Govind P., "The Social Origins of the Peasants’ War in Upper Swabia," Past & Present, No. 171 (May ‘01), 30–65.

Strauss, Julia C., "Paternalist Terror: The Campaign to Suppress Counterrevolutionaries and Regime Consolidation in the People’s Republic of China, 1950–1953," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 43 (2001), 80–105.

Striffler, Steve, In the Shadows of State and Capital: The United Fruit Company, Popular Struggle, and Agrarian Restructuring in Ecuador, 1900–1995 (Duke, 2001).

Sweet, John Wood, "‘More than Tears’: The Ordeal of Abolition in Revolutionary New England," Explorations in Early American Culture, 5 (2001), 118–72.

Taylor, Charles A., Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom (Open Hand, 2001).

Theoharis, Athan, Chasing Spies: How the FBI Failed in Counterintelligence But Promoted the Politics of McCarthyism in the Cold War Years (Ivan R. Dee, 2002).

Thompson, Shirley, "‘Ah Toucoutou, ye conin vous’: History and Memory in Creole New Orleans," American Quarterly, 53 (2001), 232–66.

Van Burkleo, Sandra F., Belonging to the World: Women’s Rights and American Constitutional Culture (Oxford, 2001).

van Schendel, Willem, "Working Through Partition: Making a Living in the Bengal Borderlands," International Review of Social History, 46 (2001), 393–422.

Wallerstein, Immanuel, "A Left Politics for an Age of Transition," Monthly Review, 53 (Jan. ‘02), and an exchange with the editors of Monthly Review, 17–31.

Walsh, Brendan M., "Urbanization and the Regional Distribution of Population in Post-Famine Ireland," Journal of European Economic History, 29 (2000), 109–30.

Waugh, Joan, "‘Give This Man Work!’: Josephine Shaw Lowell, the Charity Organization Society of the City of New York, and the Depression of 1893," Social Science History, 25 (2001), 217–46.

Weinberg, Meyer, A Short History of American Capitalism, downloadable at http://www.newhistory.org.

Wiesen, S. Jonathan, "Coming to Terms with the Worker: West German Industry, Labour Relations, and the Idea of America, 1949–1960," Journal of Contemporary History, 36 (2001), 561–80.

Wilkerson-Freeman, Sarah, "The Creation of a Subversive Feminist Dominion: Interracialist Social Workers and the Georgia New Deal," Journal of Women’s History, 13 (Winter ‘02), 132–54.

Williams, Patrick G., "Suffrage Restriction in Post-Reconstruction Texas: Urban Politics and the Specter of the Commune," Journal of Southern History, 68 (2002), 31–64.

Winch, Julie, A Gentleman of Color: The Life of James Forten (Oxford, 2002).

Winter, Thomas, Making Men, Making Class: The YMCA and Workingmen, 1877–1920 (Chicago, 2002).

Wolensky, Kenneth C., Nicole H. Wolensky, and Robert P. Wolensky, Fighting for the Union Label: The Women’s Garment Industry and the ILGWU in Pennsylvania (Penn State University Press, 2001).

Wolters, Raymond, Du Bois and His Rivals (Missouri, 2001).

Wood, Elizabeth A., "The Trial of the New Woman: Citizens-in-Training in the New Soviet Republic," Gender & History, 13 (2001), 524–45.

Würgler, Andreas, "Voices from Among the ‘Silent Masses’: Humble Petitions and Social Conflicts in Early Modern Central Europe," International Review of Social History, 46 (2001), supplement, 11–34.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, "Tom Watson Revisited," Journal of Southern History, 68 (2002), 3–30.

Zimmerman, Jonathan, "Ethnics against Ethnicity: European Immigrants and Foreign-Language Instruction, 1890–1940," Journal of American History, 88 (2001), 1383–1404.

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