Index (Volume 37)
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Index (Volume 37)

Allina-Pisano, Eric, “Resistance and the Social History of Africa,” 187–198.

“Amalgamating the Social in the French Revolution,” 145–150.

“Artificial Limbs and Industrial Workers’ Bodies in Turn-of-the-Century Pittsburgh,” 365–388.

“Assigned to Patrol: Neighborhoods, Police, and Changing Deployment Practices in New York City before 1930,” 1037–1064.

Banerjee, Swapna M., “Down Memory Lane: Representations of Domestic Workers in Middle Class Personal Narratives of Colonial Bengal,” 681–708.

Battan, Jesse F., “‘You Cannot Fix the Scarlet Letter on my Breast!’: Women Reading, Writing, and Reshaping the Sexual Culture of Victorian America,” 601–624.

“Between Civil Rights and Black Power in the Gateway City: The Action Committee to Improve Opportunities for Negroes (ACTION), 1964–75,” 725–754.

“‘The Black Lamb of the Black Sheep’: Illegitimacy in the English Working Class, 1850–1939,” 293–322.

“The Bloody Blonde and the Marble Woman: Gender and Power in the Case of Ruth Snyder,” 625–650.

Carrigan, William D. and Clive Webb, “The Lynching of Persons of Mexican Origin or Descent in the United States, 1848 to 1928,” 411–438.

Carton, Benedict, “The Forgotten Compass of Death: Apocalypse Then and Now in the Social History of South Africa,” 199–218.

Censer, Jack R., “Amalgamating the Social in the French Revolution,” 145–150.

Charle, Christophe, “Contemporary French Social History: Crisis or Hidden Renewal?,” 57–68.

“‘Chinese Demons’: The Violent Articulation of Chinese Otherness and Interracial Sexuality in the U.S. Midwest, 1885–1889,” 389–410.

“Conquering the British Ballarat: The Policing of Victorian Middlesbrough,” 755–771.

“The Current Debate about the Origins of the Paleoindians of America,” 483–492.

Cronin, James E., “Memoir, Social History and Commitment: Eric Hobsbawm’s Interesting Times, 219–231.

“Contemporary French Social History: Crisis or Hidden Renewal?,” 57–68.

“Cultural History/Social History: Some Reflections on a Continuing Dialogue,” 39–46.

“Divorce, Patriarchal Authority, and Masculinity: A Case from Early National Vermont,” 651–661. [End Page 1131]

“Down Memory Lane: Representations of Domestic Workers in Middle Class Personal Narratives of Colonial Bengal,” 681–708.

Eustace, Nicole, “When Fish Walk on Land: Social History in a Postmodern World,” 77–91.

Fass, Paula S., “Cultural History/Social History: Some Reflections on a Continuing Dialogue,” 39–46.

“‘The Forgetfulness of Sex’: Devotion and Desire in the Courtship Letters of Angelina Grimke and Theodore Dwight Weld,” 663–679.

“The Forgotten Compass of Death: Apocalypse Then and Now in the Social History of South Africa,” 199–218.

Frost, Ginger, “‘The Black Lamb of the Black Sheep’: Illegitimacy in the English Working Class, 1850–1939,” 293–322.

“Gaining Ground,” 69–75.

Gassan, Richard, “Social History for Beginners: A ‘Young Scholar’ Looks at His New Profession,” 157–163.

Gilfoyle, Timothy J., “Street-Rats and Gutter-Snipes: Child Pickpockets and Street Culture in New York City, 1850–1900,” 853–882.

Grant, Julia, “A ‘Real Boy’ and Not a Sissy: Gender, Childhood, and Masculinity, 1890–1940,” 829–851.

Grehan, James, “The Mysterious Power of Words: Language, Law, and Culture in Ottoman Damascus (17th–18th Centuries),” 991–1015.

Hames, Gina, “Maize-Beer, Gossip, and Slander: Female Tavern Proprietors and Urban, Ethnic Cultural Elaboration in Bolivia, 1870–1930,” 351–364.

Hilton, Marjorie, “Retailing the Revolution: The State Department Store (GUM) and Soviet Society in the 1920s,” 939–964.

Hood, Clifton, “An Unusable Past: Urban Elites, New York City’s Evacuation Day, and the Transformation of the Memory Culture,” 883–913.

Holt, Mack P., “The Social History of the Reformation: Recent Trends and Future Agendas,” 133–144.

Hurl-Eamon, Jennine, “Policing Male Heterosexuality: The Reformation of Manners Societies’ Campaign Against Brothels in Westminster, 1690–1720,” 1017–1035.

“‘It was tough on everybody’: Low-Income Families and Housing Hardship in Post-World War II Toronto,” 457–482.

Jew, Victor, “‘Chinese Demons’: The Violent Articulation of Chinese Otherness and Interracial Sexuality in the U.S. Midwest, 1885–1889,” 389–410.

Johnson, Walter, “On Agency,” 113–124.

Kaelble, Hartmut, “Social History in Europe,” 29–35.

Kelley, Sean, “‘ Mexico in His Head’: Slavery and the Texas-Mexico Border, 1810–1860,” 709–723. [End Page 1132]

Klein, Herbert S. and Daniel C. Schiffner, “The Current Debate about the Origins of the Paleoindians of America,” 483–492.

Kocka, Jürgen, “Losses, Gains...


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