restricted access   Volume 37, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. i-ii


The Local Politics of Indigenous Self-Representation: Intraethnic Political Division among Nicaragua's Miskito People during the Sandinista Era

pp. 1-17

Memories from the Edge of the Abyss: Evaluating the Oral Accounts of World War II Veterans

pp. 18-34

"Every Morning before You Open the Door You Have to Watch for that Brown Envelope": Complexities and Challenges of Undertaking Oral History with Ethiopian Forced Migrants in London, U.K.

pp. 35-53

Of Voices Few and Far between: White Appalachian Women Migrants in Postwar Chicago, 1950-70

pp. 54-70

Media Reviews

Interview Project (review)

pp. 71-73

Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre 1968 (review)

pp. 73-77

Book Reviews

Bohemian Los Angeles and The Making of Modern Politics (review)

pp. 78-80

Staley: The Fight for a New American Labor Movement (review)

pp. 80-82

Every Woman is a World: Interviews with Women of Chiapas (review)

pp. 83-85

To Plead Our Own Cause: Personal Stories by Today's Slaves (review)

pp. 85-87

Bridges of Memory: Chicago's Second Generation of Black Migration. Volume 2 (review)

pp. 87-89

I Got Thunder: Black Women Songwriters on their Craft (review)

pp. 89-91

From the Miners' Doublehouse: Archaeology and Landscape in a Pennsylvania Coal Company Town (review)

pp. 91-93

Southern Life, Northern City: The History of Albany's Rapp Road Community (review)

pp. 93-95

Recording Culture: Audio Documentary and the Ethnographic Experience, and: Sounding New Media: Immersion and Embodiment in the Arts and Culture (review)

pp. 95-98

Golden Days: Reminiscences of Alumnae, Mississippi State College for Women (review)

pp. 99-100

Hope Springs Maternal: Homeless Mothers Talk About Making Sense of Adversity (review)

pp. 100-102

Paitarkiutenka: My Legacy to You (review)

pp. 102-104

The Mong Oral Tradition: Cultural Memory in the Absence of Written Language (review)

pp. 104-107

The Fate of Holocaust Memories: Transmission and Family Dialogues (review)

pp. 107-109

Interviewing for Education and Social Science Research: The Gateway Approach (review)

pp. 109-112

Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann, and: Making Indian Law: The Hualapai Land Case and the Birth of Ethnohistory (review)

pp. 112-116

Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky (review)

pp. 116-118

Something's Rising: Appalachians Fighting Mountain Top Removal (review)

pp. 118-120

Republic of Barbecue: Stories Beyond the Brisket (review)

pp. 120-123

Silent Victims: Hate Crimes Against Native Americans (review)

pp. 123-125

The Cranberry: Hard Work and Holiday Sauce (review)

pp. 125-127

Chicana Sexuality and Gender: Cultural Refiguring in Literature, Oral History, and Art (review)

pp. 127-129

Once Upon a Time in War: The 99th Division in World War II (review)

pp. 129-131

Long Journey Home: Oral Histories of Contemporary Delaware Indians (review)

pp. 131-133

Mediating Knowledges: Origins of a Zuni Tribal Museum (review)

pp. 133-135

A Great Day to Fight Fire: Mann Gulch, 1949 (review)

pp. 136-138

The Clinton Tapes: Wrestling History with the President (review)

pp. 138-139

Thanks for the Memories: Love, Sex, and World War II (review)

pp. 140-142

The Power of the Zoot: Youth Culture and Resistance During World War II (review)

pp. 142-144

Americans First: Chinese Americans and the Second World War, and: The Adventures of Eddie Fung: Chinatown Kid, Texas Cowboy, Prisoner of War (review)

pp. 144-147

Mexico's Middle Class in the Neoliberal Era (review)

pp. 148-150

Grits and Grunts: Folkloric Key West (review)

pp. 150-152

Envisioning Black Colleges: A History of the United Negro College Fund (review)

pp. 152-155

The Story is True: The Art and Meaning of Telling Stories (review)

pp. 155-157