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Volume 36, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2009

Table of Contents


p. i

Community and Individual Memory: An Introduction

pp. i-v


“Do Grandmas Have Husbands?”: Generational Memory and Twentieth-Century Women’s Lives

pp. 159-176

Diasporic Memories: Community, Individuality, and Creativity—A Life Stories Perspective

pp. 177-187

Daughters’ Stories: Family Memory and Generational Amnesia

pp. 188-206

Reticence in Oral History Interviews

pp. 207-230

Recalling War Trauma of the Pacific War and the Japanese Occupation in the Oral History of Malaysia and Singapore

pp. 231-252

Media Review

Crossroads to Freedom (review)

pp. 253-254

Review Essay

What is StoryCorps, Anyway?

pp. 255-260

Book Reviews

Unmasking Class, Gender, and Sexuality in Nicaraguan Festival (review)

pp. 261-262

Negotiating Cultures and Identities: Life History Issues, Methods, and Readings (review)

pp. 262-264

Bill Bright and the Campus Crusade for Christ: The Renewal of Evangelicalism in Postwar America (review)

pp. 264-266

Ask Me Now: Conversations in Jazz and Literature (review)

pp. 267-269

Women in Texas Music: Stories and Songs (review)

pp. 269-270

From Diversity to Unity: Southern and Appalachian Migrants in Uptown Chicago, 1950–1970 (review)

pp. 270-273

Evolution of a Missouri Asylum: Fulton State Hospital, 1851–2006 (review)

pp. 273-275

Talking Steel Towns: The Men and Women of America’s Steel Valley (review)

pp. 275-277

Muskrat Stew and Other Tales of a Penobscot Life: The Life Story of Fred Ranco (review)

pp. 277-279

From Quebradita to Duranguense: Dance in Mexican American Youth Culture (review)

pp. 279-281

How Strange It Seems: The Cultural Life of Jews in Small-Town New England (review)

pp. 281-283

Reading, Writing, and Segregation: A Century of Black Women Teachers in Nashville (review)

pp. 283-285

The Girls Who Went Away: The Hidden History of Women Who Surrendered Children for Adoption in the Decades Before Roe v. Wade (review)

pp. 285-287

Been a Heavy Life: Stories of Violent Men (review)

pp. 287-289

Survival Along the Continental Divide: An Anthology of Interviews (review)

pp. 289-292

Dance Lodges of the Omaha People: Building from Memory (review)

pp. 292-294

Matewan Before the Massacre: Politics, Coal, and the Roots of Conflict in a West Virginia Mining Community (review)

pp. 294-296

Different Daughters: A History of the Daughters of Bilitis and the Rise of the Lesbian Rights Movement (review)

pp. 296-298

Choosing Revolution: Chinese Women Soldiers on the Long March (review)

pp. 298-300

Diabetes Among the Pima: Stories of Survival (review)

pp. 300-302

Curating Oral Histories: From Interview to Archive (review)

pp. 302-304

The Line: Combat in Korea, January–February 1951 (review)

pp. 304-306

Homeward Bound: American Veterans Return From War (review)

pp. 306-309

Growing Up Jim Crow: How Black and White Southern Children Learned Race (review)

pp. 309-311

Upbuilding Black Durham: Gender, Class, and Black Community in the Jim Crow South (review)

pp. 311-313

Sub: An Oral History of U.S. Navy Submarines (review)

pp. 313-315

Always a People: Oral Histories of Contemporary Woodland Indians (review)

pp. 316-318

Yuungnaqpiallerput/The Way We Genuinely Live: Masterworks of Yup’ik Science and Survival (review)

pp. 318-320

Getting by in Postsocialist Romania: Labor, the Body, and Working-Class Culture (review)

pp. 321-322

Special Issue: Oral History in Kentucky (review)

pp. 322-324

Living with Stories: Telling, Retelling, and Remembering (review)

pp. 324-327

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