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Volume 47, Number 3, Spring 2014

Table of Contents


Section I: Emotions in History

A Garden from Ashes: The Post-9/11 Manhattan City-Shrine, the Triangle Fire Memorial March, and the Educative Value of Mourning

pp. 573-592

Obedience and Emotion: A Challenge in the Emotional History of Childhood

pp. 593-611

The Strategies of Forbidden Love: Family across Racial Boundaries in Nineteenth-Century North Carolina

pp. 612-626

From Controlling Emotion to Expressing Feelings in Mid-Twentieth-Century England

pp. 627-646

Converted Relationships: Re-negotiating Family Status after Religious Conversion in the Nassau Dynasty

pp. 647-672

Section II: Race and Class

The Gold Diggers of 1833: African American Dreams, Fortune-Telling, Treasure-Seeking, and Policy in Antebellum New York City

pp. 673-695

A Self-Defining “Bourgeoisie” in the Early French Revolution: The Milice Bourgeoise, the Bastille Days of 1789, and Their Aftermath

pp. 696-720

Kindness and Reciprocity: Liberated Prisoners and Christian Charity in Early Nineteenth-Century England

pp. 721-745

Singing, Performance, and Lower-Class Masculinity in the Dublin Magistrates’ Court, 1820–1850

pp. 746-768

Section III: Consumer Identity

The Third Sex: Historians, Consumer Society, and the Idea of the American Consumer

pp. 769-786


The Poverty of Clio: Resurrecting Economic History by Francesco Boldizzoni (review)

pp. 787-789

The Camera as Historian: Amateur Photographers and Historical Imagination, 1885–1918 by Elizabeth Edwards (review)

pp. 789-791

Workshop of Revolution: Plebeian Buenos Aires and the Atlantic World, 1776-1810 by Lyman L. Johnson (review)

pp. 791-793

The American Bourgeoisie: Distinction and Identity in the Nineteenth Century ed. by Sven Beckert and Julia B. Rosenbaum (review)

pp. 793-795

Stayin’ Alive: The 1970s and the Last Days of the Working Class by Jefferson Cowie (review)

pp. 795-797

Clothed in Robes of Sovereignty: The Continental Congress and the People Out of Doors by Benjamin H. Irvin (review)

pp. 797-799

Retiring Men: Manhood, Labor, and Growing Old in America, 1900–1960 by Gregory Wood (review)

pp. 799-800

Material Nation: A Consumer’s History of Modern Italy by Emanuela Scarpellini (review)

pp. 800-802

Creating the Nazi Marketplace: Commerce and Consumption in the Third Reich by S. Jonathan Wiesen (review)

pp. 802-804

Sincerity: How a Moral Ideal Born Five Hundred Years Ago Inspired Religious Wars, Modern Art, Hipster Chic, and the Curious Notion that We ALL Have Something To Say (No Matter How Dull). by R. Jay Magill, Jr. (review)

pp. 804-806

Neurasthenic Nation: America’s Search for Health, Happiness, and Comfort, 1869–1920 by David G. Schuster (review)

pp. 806-808

Abigail and John Adams: The Americanization of Sensibility by G. J. Barker-Benfield (review)

pp. 809-810

Conceiving Citizens. Women and the Politics of Motherhood in Iran by Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet (review)

pp. 810-812

Reproduction by Design: Sex, Robots, Trees, and Test-Tube Babies in Interwar Britain by Angus McLaren (review)

pp. 812-814

The Rights of the Defenseless: Protecting Animals and Children in Gilded Age America by Susan J. Pearson (review)

pp. 814-816

The Republic of Nature: An Environmental History of the United States by Mark Fiege (review)

pp. 816-818

Transregional and Transnational Families in Europe and Beyond: Experiences since the Middle Ages ed. by Christopher H. Johnson, David Warren Sabean, Simon Teuscher and Francesca Trivellato (review)

pp. 818-820

The Collapse of American Criminal Justice by William J. Stuntz (review)

pp. 820-822

Jokes and Targets by Christie Davies (review)

pp. 822-824

Food, Energy and the Creation of Industriousness: Work and Material Culture in Agrarian England, 1550–1780 by Craig Muldrew (review)

pp. 824-826

No Closure: Catholic Practice and Boston’s Parish Shutdowns by John G. Seitz (review)

pp. 826-827

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