1. Introduction to Crime and Gender in History
  2. Manon Van Der Heijden, Marion Pluskota
  3. pp. 661-671
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  1. Getting Justice: A Comparative Perspective on Illegitimacy and the Use of Justice in Holland and Germany, 1600–1800
  2. Jeannette Kamp, Ariadne Schmidt
  3. pp. 672-694
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  1. Violence and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Bologna and Rotterdam
  2. Manon Van Der Heijden, Sanne Muurling
  3. pp. 695-716
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  1. Petty Criminality, Gender Bias, and Judicial Practice in Nineteenth-Century Europe
  2. Marion Pluskota
  3. pp. 717-735
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  1. Roaming Men, Sedentary Women? The Gendering of Vagrancy Offenses in Nineteenth-Century Europe
  2. Beate Althammer
  3. pp. 736-759
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  1. Victimization Narratives and Courtroom Sexual Politics: Prosecuting Male Burglars and Female Pickpockets in Melbourne, 1860–1921
  2. Alana Jayne Piper
  3. pp. 760-783
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  1. The Pursuit of Metals and the Ideology of Improvement in Early Modern Sápmi, Sweden
  2. Magdalena Naum
  3. pp. 784-807
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  1. Recovering the Debris of Fortunes between France and its Colonies in the 18th Century
  2. Laurie M. Wood
  3. pp. 808-836
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  1. Exacting Change: Money, Market Women, and the Crumbling Corporate World in the French Revolution
  2. Katie L. Jarvis
  3. pp. 837-868
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  1. Subaltern Unity? Chinese and Afro-Cubans in Nineteenth-Century Cuba
  2. Benjamín N. Narváez
  3. pp. 869-898
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  1. "A Fascinating Show for John Citizen and his Wife": Advertising Exhibitions in Early Twentieth-Century London
  2. James Taylor
  3. pp. 899-927
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  1. "Let Us Bring it with Love": Violence, Solidarity, and the Making of a Social Disaster in the Wake of the 1906 Earthquake in Valparaíso, Chile
  2. Joshua Savala
  3. pp. 928-952
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  1. "Fair Play in Bowling": Sport, Civil Rights, and the UAW Culture of Inclusion, 1936–1950
  2. Ryan S. Pettengill
  3. pp. 953-979
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  1. Building Socialism in the Countryside: The Impact of Collectivization on Yugoslav Gender Relations
  2. Ivan Simić
  3. pp. 1023-1044
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  1. "I Beg You Not to Reject My Plea": The Late Stalinist Welfare State and the Politics of One-Time Monetary Aid, 1946–1953
  2. Kristy Ironside
  3. pp. 1045-1068
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  1. "Time and Change Will Surely Show": Contested Urban Development in Ohio State's University District, 1920–2015
  2. Ellen L. Manovich
  3. pp. 1069-1099
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  1. The Many Captivities of Esther Wheelwright by Ann M. Little (review)
  2. Christine M. DeLucia
  3. pp. 1100-1102
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  1. Intimate Bonds: Family and Slavery in the French Atlantic by Jennifer Palmer (review)
  2. Robert D. Taber
  3. pp. 1102-1104
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  1. Charity Movements in Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Philanthropy and Improvement by Karen Sonnelitter (review)
  2. Laurence M. Geary
  3. pp. 1104-1105
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  1. Motivation in War: The Experience of Common Soldiers in Old-Regime Europe by Ilya Berkovich (review)
  2. Hamish Scott
  3. pp. 1106-1107
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  1. Dark Work: The Business of Slavery in Rhode Island by Christy Clark-Pujara (review)
  2. Lise M. Breen
  3. pp. 1107-1109
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  1. Discretionary Justice: Pardon and Parole in New York from the Revolution to the Depression by Carolyn Strange (review)
  2. Jeffrey S. Adler
  3. pp. 1109-1111
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  1. The Production of American Religious Freedom by Finbarr Curtis (review)
  2. Adina T. Johnson
  3. pp. 1111-1113
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  1. Stepping Lively in Place: The Not-Married, Free Women of Civil-War-Era Natchez, Mississippi by Joyce Linda Broussard (review)
  2. Angela Boswell
  3. pp. 1113-1115
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  1. Infant Mortality and Working-Class Child Care, 1850-1899 by Melanie Reynolds (review)
  2. Alice Reid
  3. pp. 1115-1117
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  1. Defectives in the Land: Disability and Immigration in the Age of Eugenics by Douglas C. Baynton (review)
  2. Andrew B. Marcum
  3. pp. 1117-1119
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  1. Progressive Mothers, Better Babies: Race, Public Health, and the State in Brazil (1850-1945) by Okezi T. Otovo (review)
  2. Maria Martha de Luna Freire
  3. pp. 1119-1121
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  1. The Logic of Compromise in Mexico. How the Countryside was Key to the Emergence of Authoritarianism by Gladys I. McCormick (review)
  2. Michael T. Ducey
  3. pp. 1121-1123
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  1. Forging a Laboring Race: The African American Worker in the Progressive Imagination by Paul R. D. Lawrie (review)
  2. Maribel Morey
  3. pp. 1124-1125
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  1. The Nazi-Fascist New Order for European Culture by Benjamin G. Martin (review)
  2. Neil Gregor
  3. pp. 1128-1129
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  1. States of Dependency: Welfare Rights and American Governance, 1935-1972 by Karen M. Tani (review)
  2. Elisabeth S. Clemens
  3. pp. 1129-1131
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  1. Undesirable Practices: Women, Children, and the Politics of the Body in Northern Ghana, 1930-1972 by Jessica Cammaert (review)
  2. Gariba B. Abdul-Korah
  3. pp. 1131-1134
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  1. A Place for Us: West Side Story and New York by Julia Foulkes (review)
  2. Jeffrey L. Trask
  3. pp. 1134-1136
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  1. Force and Contention in Contemporary China. Memory and Resistance in the Long Shadow of the Catastrophic Past by Ralph A. Thaxton, Jr (review)
  2. Fabio Lanza
  3. pp. 1136-1137
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  1. Urban Life in China, 15th-20th Centuries: Communities, Institutions, Representations ed. by Luca Gabbiani (review)
  2. Ying Fan, Q. Edward Wang
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  1. Index Volume 51
  2. pp. 1141-1145
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