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  Volume 41, Number 1, Fall 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Social History

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Analyzing the History of Religious Crime: Models of "Passive" and "Active" Blasphemy since the Medieval Period

pp. 5-29
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Expanding the Compass of Domestic Violence in the Hanoverian Metropolis

pp. 31-54
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Section II
Race and Nation

Creating an Alternative Kinship: Slavery, Freedom, and Nineteenth-Century Afro-Cuban Hijos Naturales

pp. 55-80
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Complexities of Imagining Haiti: A Study of National Constitutions, 1801–1807

pp. 81-103
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"Men of Colour": Race, Riots, and Black Firefighters' Struggle for Equality from the AFA to the Valiants

pp. 105-125
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Section III
Consumerism, Work and Education

Made in Miami: The Development of the Sportswear Industry in South Florida, 1900–1960

pp. 127-148
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Vocational Education, Work Culture, and the Children of Immigrants in 1930s Bridgeport

pp. 149-160
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Gymnastic Exercises, or "work wrapped in the gown of youthful joy": Masculinities and the Civilizing Process in 19th Century Hungary

pp. 161-180
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Section 1
Basic Issues in Social History

Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation (review)

pp. 181-182
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American Behavioral History: An Introduction (review)

pp. 183-184
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Dominance By Design: Technological Imperatives and America's Civilizing Mission (review)

pp. 185-186
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Stranded in the Present: Modern Time and the Melancholy of History (review)

pp. 186-189
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On Foot: A History of Walking (review)

pp. 189-190
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Section 2
Education and Culture

Reading Germany: Literature and Consumer Culture in Germany before 1933 (review)

pp. 190-191
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Higher Education for Women in Postwar America, 1945–1965 (review)

pp. 191-194
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Learning to Forget: Schooling and Family Life in New Haven’s Working Class, 1870–1940 (review)

pp. 194-196
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Servants of the Poor: Teachers and Mobility in Ireland and Irish America (review)

pp. 196-198
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To Exercise Our Talents: The Democratization of Writing in Britain (review)

pp. 198-200
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Section 3
Race, Slavery, and Social Policy

Bury the Chains: Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire's Slaves (review)

pp. 200-202
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Veiled Visions: The 1906 Atlanta Race Riot and the Reshaping of American Race Relations (review)

pp. 202-204
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Black and White Manhattan: The History of Racial Formation in Colonial New York City (review)

pp. 204-206
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The Segregated Origins of Social Security: African Americans and theWelfare State (review)

pp. 207-208
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Freedom Is Not Enough: The Opening of the American Workplace (review)

pp. 208-210
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Section 4
Women and Men

Gender Matters: Civil War, Reconstruction, and the Making of the New South (review)

pp. 210-212
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Against Obscenity: Reform and the Politics of Womanhood in America, 1873-1935 (review)

pp. 212-214
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Relative Intimacy: Fathers, Adolescent Daughters, and Postwar American Culture (review)

pp. 214-216
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Oxbridge Men: British Masculinity and the Undergraduate Experience, 1850-1920 (review)

pp. 216-218
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Men, Women and Property in England, 1780–1870 (review)

pp. 218-219
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Section 5
Tourism and Culture

Histories of Tourism: Representation, Identity and Conflict (review)

pp. 220-221
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Creating the Land of the Sky: Tourism and Society in Western North Carolina (review)

pp. 222-224
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Fabricating Pleasure: Fashion, Entertainment, and Cultural Consumption in Germany, 1780–1830 (review)

pp. 224-226
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Seduction of Culture in German History (review)

pp. 226-228
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Crime et culture au XIXe siècle (review)

pp. 229-230
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Section 6
Regional Themes

Street Justice: A History of Police Violence in New York City (review)

pp. 230-233
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A Mad, Bad, & Dangerous People? England 1783–1846 (review)

pp. 233-235
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The Black Death in Egypt and England: A Comparative Study (review)

pp. 235-236
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At Home in the Hoosier Hills: Agriculture, Politics, and Religion in Southern Indiana, 1810–1870 (review)

pp. 237-239
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