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  • Index Volume 47
  • Aderinto, Saheed, “Where is the Boundary? Cocoa Conflict, Land Tenure, and Politics in Western Nigeria, 1890s-1960,” 176-195.

  • “Against Multiple Hegemonies: Radical Malay Women in Colonial Malaya,” 153-175.

  • “Aging and Dependency in an Independent Indian Nation: Migrant Families, Workers and Social Experts (1940-60),” 968-993.

  • Alexanderson, Kris, “‘A Dark State of Affairs’: Hajj Networks, Pan Islamism, and Colonial Surveillance,” 1021-1041.

  • Aljunied, Syed Muhd, “Against Multiple Hegemonies: Radical Malay Women in Colonial Malaya,” 153-175.

  • Alpaugh, Micah, “A Self-Defining ‘Bourgeoisie’ in the Early French Revolution: The Milice Bourgeoise, the Bastille Days of 1789, and their Aftermath,” 696–720.

  • Andrews, George Reid, “Racial Inequality in Brazil and the United States, 1990–2010,” 829–854.

  • Atkinson, Roark, “Satan in the Pulpit: Popular Christianity during the Scottish Great Awakening, 1680–1750,” 344–370.

  • Barclay, Katie, “Singing, Performance and Lower-Class Masculinity in the Dublin Magistrates’ Court, 1820–1850,” 746–768.

  • “The Battle of Whitman Park: Race, Class, and Public Housing in Philadelphia, 1956–1982,” 401–428.

  • Beyer, Jürgen, “Donations by Strangers to Lutheran Churches during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries,” 196–221.

  • “Black Caribbean Labor Radicalism in Panama, 1914–1921,” 429–457.

  • Bowler, Anne E., Chrysanthi S. Leon and Terry G. Lilley, “‘What Shall We Do with the Young Prostitute? Reform Her or Neglect Her?’: Domestication as Reform at the New York State Reformatory for Women at Bedford, 1901–1913,” 458–481.

  • “‘A Breath from Home’: Soldier Entertainment and the Nationalist Politics of Pop Culture during World War II,” 263–296. [End Page 1128]

  • Brickell, Chris, “Sensation and the Making of New Zealand Adolescence,” 994–1020.

  • Brodie, Marc, “‘You Could Not Get Any Person to be Trusted Except the State’: Poorer Workers’ Loss of Faith in Voluntarism in Late 19th Century Britain,” 1071–1095.

  • Broomhall, Susan and Jacqueline Van Gent, “Converted Relationships: Renegotiating Family Status after Religious Conversion in the Nassau Dynasty,” 647–672.

  • “Capitalism’s Captives: The Maritime United States Slave Trade, 1807–1850,” 897–921.

  • “The ‘Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Virginia Christian’: Southern Black Women, Crime & Punishment in Progressive Era Virginia,” 922–942.

  • “Converted Relationships: Re-negotiating Family Status after Religious Conversion in the Nassau Dynasty,” 922–942.

  • Cook, Hera, “From Controlling Emotion to Expressing Feelings in Mid-20th Century England,” 627–646.

  • “‘A Dark State of Affairs’: Hajj Networks, Pan Islamism, and Colonial Surveillance,” 1021–1041.

  • Dawson, Kevin, “Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions: Challenging Notions of Race and Slavery between the Boundaries of Land and Sea,” 71–100.

  • Derickson, Alan, “‘No Such Thing as a Night’s Sleep’: The Embattled Sleep of American Fighting Men from World War II to the Present,” 1–26.

  • “‘Disordered’ Democracies: Gender Conflict and New York Baptist Women, 1791–1830,” 482–506.

  • “Donations by Strangers to Lutheran Churches during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries,” 196–221.

  • “Enslaved Ship Pilots in the Age of Revolutions: Challenging Notions of Race and Slavery between the Boundaries of Land and Sea,” 71–100.

  • “Expediency, Ambivalence and Inaction: The French Protectorate and Domestic Slavery in Morocco, 1912–1956,” 101–131. [End Page 1129]

  • Fisher, Linford, “An Indian Bible and a Brass Hawk: Land, Sachemship Disputes, and Power in the Conversion of Ben Uncas II,” 319–343.

  • Foyster, Elizabeth, “Prisoners Writing Home: The Functions of Their Letters c. 1680–1800,” 943–967.

  • “From Controlling Emotion to Expressing Feelings in Mid-20th Century England,” 627–646.

  • “A Garden from Ashes: The Post-9/11 Manhattan City-Shrine, the Triangle Fire Memorial March and the Educative Value of Mourning,” 573–592.

  • “Glimpsing La Dolce Vita: Cultural Change and Modernity in the 1960s English Cabaret Club,” 297–318.

  • “The Gold Diggers of 1833: African American Dreams, Fortune-Telling, Treasure-Seeking and Policy in Antebellum New York City,” 673–695.

  • Goodman, R. David, “Expediency, Ambivalence and Inaction: The French Protectorate and Domestic Slavery in Morocco, 1912–1956,” 101–131.

  • Gordon, Eleanor, “Myths and Mistakes: Irregular Marriage in Scotland, c. 1700–1939,” 507–525.

  • Harris, LaShawn, “The ‘Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Virginia Christian’: Southern Black Women, Crime & Punishment in Progressive Era Virginia,” 922–942.

  • Hinnershitz, Stephanie, “‘We Ask not for Mercy, but for Justice:’ The Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers’ Union and Filipino Civil Rights...

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ISSN
1527-1897
Print ISSN
0022-4529
Pages
pp. 1128-1133
Launched on MUSE
2014-06-24
Open Access
No
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