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  Volume 37, Number 1, Fall 2003

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Social History

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Special Issue: The Futures of Social History

Preface

p. 5
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Part I: Introducing the Issues

Social History Present and Future

pp. 9-19
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Losses, Gains and Opportunities: Social History Today

pp. 21-28
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Social History in Europe

pp. 29-35
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Part II: The Cultural Turn and Beyond

Cultural History/Social History: Some Reflections on a Continuing Dialogue

pp. 39-46
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The State of Indian Social History

pp. 47-54
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Part III: Central Issues

Contemporary French Social History: Crisis or Hidden Renewal?

pp. 57-68
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Gaining Ground

pp. 69-75
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When Fish Walk on Land: Social History in a Postmodern World

pp. 77-91
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Social Histories of Old Age and Aging

pp. 93-111
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On Agency

pp. 113-124
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Race is a Relationship, and not a Thing

pp. 125-130
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Part IV: Social History and Standard Topics

The Social History of the Reformation: Recent Trends and Future Agendas

pp. 133-144
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Amalgamating the Social in the French Revolution

pp. 145-150
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Recent Developments in Social History

pp. 151-153
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Part V: New Topics and Historians

Social History for Beginners: A "Young Scholar" Looks at His New Profession

pp. 157-163
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Making Sense of Social History

pp. 165-186
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Resistance and the Social History of Africa

pp. 187-198
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The Forgotten Compass of Death: Apocalypse Then and Now in the Social History of South Africa

pp. 199-218
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Memoir, Social History and Commitment: Eric Hobsbawm's Interesting Times

pp. 219-231
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Afterword: For Further Discussion: Conference on Social History: October 22-24, 2004

p. 233
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Reviews

Race Experts: How Racial Etiquette, Sensitivity Training, and New Age Therapy Hijacked the Civil Rights Revolution (review)

pp. 235-237
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Blasphemy: Impious Speech in the West from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century (review)

pp. 237-238
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Listening to Nineteenth-Century America (review)

pp. 239-240
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Teach Me Dreams: The Search for Self in the Revolutionary Era (review)

pp. 240-242
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Experiencing Dominion: Culture, Identity and Power in the British Mediterranean (review)

pp. 242-244
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The Cult of the Nation in France: Inventing Nationalism, 1680-1800 (review)

pp. 244-247
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Farm, Shop, Landing: The Rise of a Market Society in the Hudson Valley, 1780-1860 (review)

pp. 247-249
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The Social Transformation of Eighteenth-Century Cuba (review)

pp. 249-251
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Reflecting the Audience: London Theatregoing, 1840-1880 (review)

pp. 251-253
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Communion of Immigrants: A History of Catholics in America (review)

pp. 253-255
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Playboys in Paradise: Masculinity, Youth and Leisure-style in Modern America (review)

pp. 255-257
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Enfants Terribles: Youth and Femininity in the Mass Media in France, 1945-1968 (review)

pp. 257-259
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An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia (review)

pp. 259-261
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The Other Rebellion: Popular Violence, Ideology, and the Mexican Struggle for Independence, 1810-1821 (review)

pp. 261-263
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Time and Work in England 1750-1830 (review)

pp. 263-265
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The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670-1717 (review)

pp. 265-266
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Blue: The History of a Color (review)

pp. 266-268
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Pox Americana: The Great Smallpox Epidemic of 1775-82 (review)

pp. 268-270
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Working Cures: Healing, Health, and Power on Southern Slave Plantations (review)

pp. 270-272
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Creating Paradise: The Building of the English Country House, 1660-1880 (review)

pp. 272-274
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Marketing Michelin: Advertising and Cultural Identity in Twentieth-Century France (review)

pp. 274-277
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Strikebreaking and Intimidation: Mercenaries and Masculinity in Twentieth-Century America (review)

pp. 277-279
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