- Index Volume 52
Abreu, Christina D., "Más que una reina: Race, Gender, and the Musical Careers of Graciela, Celia, and La Lupe, 1950s-1970s," 332-352.
"Afterword: Music, Sound, History," 383-389.
"Agents of Effervescence: Student Protest and Nicaragua's Post-war Democratic Mobilizations," 390-411.
Alberto, Paulina L., "Liberta by Trade: Negotiating the Terms of Unfree Labor in Gradual Abolition Buenos Aires (1820s-30s)," 619-651.
"'All of Us Are Unapprehended Felons': Gay Liberation, the Black Panther Party, and Intercommunal Efforts Against Police Brutality in the Bay Area," 860-885.
Anagnostou, Panagiota, "Did You Say Rebetiko? Musical Categories, Their Transformation, and Their Meanings," 283-303.
"'Banks of the People': The Life and Death of the U.S. Postal Savings System," 121-152.
Baumgartner, Kabria, "Love & Justice: African American Women, Education, and Protest in Antebellum New England," 652-676.
"Bedwetting, Doctors and the Problematization of Youth in Britain and America, c.1800-1980," 761-782.
Behan, Cormac, "'We Are All Convicted Criminals'? Prisoners, Protest and Penal Politics in the Republic of Ireland," 501-526.
Belokowsky, Simon, "Laughing on the Inside: Humor as a Lens on Gulag Society," 1281-1306.
"Between Wonder and Natural History: Taxidermy in the Cabinet and Menagerie of Stadholder Willem V, 1748-1806," 1110-1131.
"Bourgeois Comfort under Proletarian Dictatorship: Home Life of Shanghai Capitalists before the Cultural Revolution," 74-100. [End Page 1484]
Bourke, Joanna, "Psychiatry, Hate Training, and the Second World War," 101-120.
Brown, Keith M. and Allan Kennedy, "'Their Maxim is Vestigia Nulla Restrorsum': Scottish Return Migration and Capital Repatriation from England, 1603-c.1760," 1-25.
Cabrera, Miguel A., "The Discursive Origins of the Welfare State: Spanish Social Reformism, 1870-1900," 1165-1184.
Censer, Jack R., "The French Revolution is Not Over: An Introduction," 543-544.
Censer, Jack R., "Intellectual History and the Causes of the French Revolution," 545-554.
Cheney, Paul, "The French Revolution's Global Turn and Capitalism's Spatial Fixes," 575-583.
Contreras, Beatriz Valverde and Alexander Keese, "The Limits of Authoritarian Rule at the Periphery: The PIDE, the American Airbase, and Social Control on Terceira Island, Azores, 1954–1962," 1307-1329.
"Dark Enough As It Is: Eddie Lang and the Minstrel Cycle," 234-259.
Desan, Suzanne, "Recent Historiography on the French Revolution and Gender," 566-574.
"'Dial 999 for Help!' The Three-Digit Emergency Number and the Transnational Politics of Welfare Activism, 1937-1979," 468-500.
"Did You Say Rebetiko? Musical Categories, Their Transformation, and Their Meanings," 283-303.
"The Discursive Origins of the Welfare State: Spanish Social Reformism, 1870-1900," 1165-1184.
Doyle, Dennis, "'We Didn't Know You Were a Negro': Fredric Wertham and the Ironies of Race, Comic Books, and Juvenile Delinquency in the 1950s," 153-179.
"Emotional Change: Romantic Love and the University in Post-Colonial Egypt," 831-859. [End Page 1485]
"'Four-legged Poilus': French Army Dogs, Emotional Practices and the Creation of Militarized Human-Dog Bonds, 1871-1918," 731-760.
"The French Revolution in Cultural History," 555-565.
"The French Revolution is Not Over: An Introduction," 543-544.
"The French Revolution's Global Turn and Capitalism's Spatial Fixes," 575-583.
"From Sexual Selection to Sex and the City: The Biogeographies of the Blue Bird-of-Paradise," 1061-1086.
"Galician Immigrant Societies in Cuba: Local Identity, Diaspora Politics and Atlantic Mobilization (1870-1940)," 705-730.
Ghalwash, Maha A., "Peasant Women and Rights to Land in Nineteenth Century Egypt: Sites of Resistance?" 26-53.
Hanson, Paul R., "Political History of the French Revolution since 1989," 584-592.
Hendriksen, Marieke, "Between Wonder and Natural History: Taxidermy in the Cabinet and Menagerie of Stadholder Willem V, 1748-1806," 1110-1131.
Holtzman, Benjamin, "'Shelter is Only a First Step': Housing the Homeless in 1980s New York City," 886-910.
"'I'm Not a Man. I Don't Want to Destroy You': Tolstoy College and LGBTQ Studies in the Vietnam War Era," 1355-1376.
"Instruments of Trade, or Maritime Entrepreneurs? The Economic Agency of Dutch Seamen in the Golden Age," 1132-1164.
"Intellectual History and the Causes of the French Revolution," 545-554.
"In the Service of Their Homeland and Themselves: The U.S. Women's Club in Costa Rica, 1945-1980," 412-438.