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Journal of Social History 39.4 (2006) 1257-1261



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"Acts of Deceiving and Withholding in Immigrant Letters: Personal Identity and Self-Presentation in Personal Correspondence," 315-330.

"Am I that Body? Sección Femenina de la FET and the Struggle for the Institution of Physical Education and Competitive Sports for Women in Franco's Spain," 989-1010.

"Behavioral History: A Brief Introduction to a New Frontier," 945-949.

"The Birth of the East Ender: Neighborhood and Local Identity in Interwar East London," 331-344.

Borsay, Peter, "New Approaches to Social History, Myth, Memory and Place: Monmouth and Bath 1750-1900," 867-889.

"Bread and Arsenic: Citizenship from the Bottom Up in Georgian London," 89-110.

Brier, Jennifer, "'Save Our Kids, Keep AIDS Out:' Anti-AIDS Activism and the Legacy of Community Control in Queens, New York," 965-987.

Clark, Anna, "Wild Workhouse Girls and the Liberal Imperial State in Mid-Nineteenth Century Ireland," 389-409.

"Common Ground: Integrating Social and Environmental History," 915-933.

Crais, Clifton, "Custom and the Politics of Sovereignty in South Africa," 721-740.

Cross, Gary, "Crowds and Leisure: Thinking Comparatively Across the Twentieth Century," 631-650.

"Crowds and Leisure: Thinking Comparatively Across the Twentieth Century," 631-650.

"The Cultural Turn and a New Social History: Folk Dance and the Renovation of Class in Social History," 781-802.

"Custom and the Politics of Sovereignty in South Africa," 721-740.

Davidoff, Lenore, "Kinship as a Categorical Concept: A Case Study of Nineteenth Century English Siblings," 411-428.

Durrill, Wayne K., "Ritual, Community and War: Local Flag Presentation Ceremonies and Disunity in the Early Confederacy," 1105-1121.

Durst, Anne, "'Of Women, By Women, and For Women': The Day Nursery Movement in the Progressive-era United States," 141-159.

Fader, Jamie J., Michael B. Katz and Mark J. Stern, "Women and the Paradox of Economic Inequality in the Twentieth Century," 65-88.

Fairchild, Amy L., "Leprosy, Domesticity, and Patient Protest: The Social Context of a Patients' Rights Movement in Mid-Century America," 1011-1043.

"Family Ties in the Making of Modern Intelligence," 451-466.

"Fear, Hatred and the Hidden Injuries of Class in Early Modern England," 803-826.

Formes, Malia, "Post-Colonial Domesticity amid Diaspora: Home and Family in the Lives of Two English Sisters from India," 467-482. [End Page 1257]

Foulkes, Julia I., "Social History and the Arts," 1177-1185.

"Friends, Aliens, and Enemies: Fictive Communities and the Lusitania Riots of 1915," 345-367.

"Frightened George: How the Pediatric-Educational Complex Ruined the Curious George Series," 221-228.

"From Good Cheer to 'Drive-By Smiling': A Social History of Cheerfulness," 5-37.

"From Hegemony to Governmentality: Changing Conceptions of Power in Social History," 705-720.

"The Future of Learning and Teaching in Social History: The Research Approach and Employability," 829-842.

Gelber, Scott, "A 'Hard-Boiled Order': The Reeducation of Disabled WWI Veterans in New York City," 161-180.

"Gender and Generation: The University Reform Movement in Argentina, 1918," 505-529.

"'Genius' and the Household Mode of Intellectual Production: 1795-1885," 429-449.

Gerber, David A., "Acts of Deceiving and Withholding in Immigrant Letters: Personal Identity and Self-Presentation in Personal Correspondence," 315-330.

Green, Elna C., "Protecting Confederate Soldiers and Mothers: Pensions, Gender, and the Welfare State in the U.S. South, a Case Study from Florida," 1079-1104.

Greenhouse, Daniel, "Frightened George: How the Pediatric- Educational Complex Ruined the Curious George Series," 221-228.

Gullace, Nicoletta F., "Friends, Aliens, and Enemies: Fictive Communities and the Lusitania Riots of 1915," 345-367.

Gunn, Simon, "From Hegemony to Governmentality: Changing Conceptions of Power in Social History," 705-720.

"A 'Hard-Boiled Order': The Reeducation of Disabled WWI Veterans in New York City," 161-180.

"'Having Lived Close Beside Them All the Time': Negotiating National Identities Through Personal Networks," 369-387.

Heilbronner, Oded, "'Long Live Liberty, Equality, Fraternity and Dynamite': The German Bourgeoisie and the Constructing of Popular Liberal and National-Socialist Subculture in Marginal Germany," 181-220.

"Historians and Audiences: Comment on Tristram Hunt and Geoffrey Timmins," 859-864.

Holz, Rose, "Nurse Gordon on Trial: Those Early Days of the Birth Control Clinic Movement...

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ISSN
1527-1897
Print ISSN
0022-4529
Pages
pp. 1257-1261
Launched on MUSE
2006-07-11
Open Access
No
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