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  • Index Volume 49
  • Adler, Jeffrey S., “‘Spineless Judges and Shyster Lawyers’: Criminal Justice in New Orleans, 1920–1945,” 903–926.

  • Bamji, Alexandra, “Medical Care in Early Modern Venice,” 483–509.

  • “Beyond Life Cycle and Inheritance Strategies: The Rise of a Middling Social Group in an Ancien Régime Society (Catalonia, Eighteenth Century),” 617–646.

  • Blain, Keisha, “‘We Want to Set the World On Fire’: Black Nationalist Women and Diasporic Politics in the New Negro World, 1940–1944,” 194–212.

  • Bryce, Benjamin, “Paternal Communities: Social Welfare and Immigration in Argentina, 1880–1930,” 213–236.

  • “Changing the American Race Narrative, 1962–1965: Transparency as a Guiding Rule in American Cold War Diplomacy,” 168–193.

  • Clemente, Deirdre, “The College Shop: Making, Selling, and Buying Women’s Casual Clothing, 1930–1970,” 331–350.

  • “The College Shop: Making, Selling, and Buying Women’s Casual Clothing, 1930–1970,” 331–350.

  • Dayton, Cornelia, “‘The Oddest Man that I Ever Saw’: Assessing Disability on Eighteenth-Century Cape Cod” 77–99.

  • Deneweth, Heidi and Patrick Wallis, “Households, Consumption and the Development of Medical Care in the Netherlands, 1650–1900,” 532–557.

  • “Desertion from the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars,” 808–828.

  • DeVries, Annalise J.K., “Utopia in the Suburb: Cosmopolitan Society, Class Privilege, and the Making of Maʿadi Garden City in Twentieth-century Cairo,” 351–373.

  • “Diffracted Diasporas: Trinidad’s East Indians, Diasporic Religio-Nationalism, and India’s Independence,” 406–426.

  • “Discussion: No Irish Need Deny: Evidence for the Historicity of NINA Restrictions in Advertisements and Signs,” 829–883. [End Page 1009]

  • Edman, Johan, “Temperance and Modernity: Alcohol Consumption as a Collective Problem, 1885–1913,” 20–52.

  • “Elephants and Epistemology: Evidence of Suicide in the Gilded Age,” 374–386.

  • Fedyukin, Igor, “Nobility and Schooling in Russia, 1700s–1760s: Choices in Social Context,” 558–584.

  • Ferraro, Joanne M., “Youth in Peril in Early Modern Venice,” 761–783.

  • “Fighting Spells: The Politics of Hysteria and the Hysteria of Politics on Tristan da Cunha, 1937–1938,” 100–124.

  • Fried, Rebecca, “No Irish Need Deny: Evidence for the Historicity of NINA Restrictions in Advertisements and Signs,” 829–853.

  • Friesel, Ofra, “Changing the American Race Narrative, 1962–1965: Transparency as a Guiding Rule in American Cold War Diplomacy,” 168–193.

  • “From Literacy to Love of Reading: The Fennomanian Ideology of Reading in the 19th-century Finland,” 287–299.

  • “The Functions and Purpose of Vernacular Literacy: An Introduction,” 283–286.

  • “Globalization, Consumerism, and the Emergence of Teens in Contemporary Vietnam,” 4–19.

  • Greenberg, Ivan, “Postage and Power: U.S. Nationalism and the 1970s ‘Bicentennial’ and ‘Americana’ Stamp Series,” 53–76.

  • Halperin, Liora, “A Murder in the Grove: Conceptions of Justice in an Early Zionist Colony,” 427–451.

  • “Households, Consumption and the Development of Medical Care in the Netherlands, 1650–1900,” 532–557.

  • “‘I Learned it by Watching YOU!’ The Partnership for a Drug-Free America and the Attack on ‘Responsible Use’ Education in the 1980s,” 710–737.

  • “Inherent Vice? Maltese Men and the Organization of Prostitution in Interwar Cardiff,” 927–957.

  • “Introduction: The Growth of the Early Modern Medical Economy,” 477–482. [End Page 1010]

  • “Jaytalking in Nineteenth-Century Paris: Streets, Graffiti, and the Police,” 854–879.

  • Jenkins, Simon, “Inherent Vice? Maltese Men and the Organization of Prostitution in Interwar Cardiff,” 927–957.

  • Jensen, Richard and Rebecca Fried, “Discussion: No Irish Need Deny: Evidence for the Historicity of NINA,” 829–853.

  • King, Steven A., “Testifying for the Poor: Epistolary Advocates and the Negotiation of Parochial Relief in England, 1800–1834,” 784–807.

  • Kotilainen, Sofia, “Literacy and Social Advancement in Nineteenth-Century Rural Finland: Training to be a Cantor as a Path to a Professional Occupation for a Peasant,” 300–316.

  • Kritsotaki, Despo, “Turning Private Concerns into Public Issues: Mental Retardation and the Parents’ Movement in Post-war Greece, c. 1950–1980,” 981-987.

  • Lande, Jonathan, “Trials of Freedom: African American Deserters during the U.S. Civil War,” 693–709.

  • “Leniency versus Toughening? The Prosecution of Male and Female Violence in 19th Century Holland,” 149–167.

  • Leppälä, Heli, “Welfare or Workfare? The Principle of Activation in the Finnish Post-WWII Disability Policy, Early 1940s to late 1980s, 958–980.

  • Linch, Kevin, “Desertion from the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars,” 808–828.

  • “Literacy...

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ISSN
1527-1897
Print ISSN
0022-4529
Pages
pp. 1009-1014
Launched on MUSE
2016-08-11
Open Access
No
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