restricted access   Volume 40, Number 4, Summer 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Social History

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Worlds Turned Upside Down: Bourgeois Experience in the 19th-Century Revolutions

pp. 821-839

Section I
History of the Senses

Producing Sense, Consuming Sense, Making Sense: Perils and Prospects for Sensory History

pp. 841-858

Streets, Sounds and Identity in Interwar Harlem

pp. 859-894

Museum Manners: The Sensory Life of the Early Museum

pp. 895-914

Section II
Gender and Sexuality

Sexuality and Contraception in Modern England: Doing the History of Reproductive Sexuality

pp. 915-932

Section III
Regional Topics

Constrained Communities: Black Cleveland's Experience with World War II Public Housing

pp. 933-956

"Deserted His Majesty's Service": Military Runaways, the British-American Press, and the Problem of Desertion during the Seven Years' War

pp. 957-985

Review Essay

Perfecting Institutionalization: The Foundation of the International Social History Association

pp. 987-989


Family Ties in Revolutionary Perspective

pp. 991-996

The Social Revolution in French Revolutionary Families

pp. 996-1003


Secion 1
Issues of Theory and Method

Identities, Boundaries, & Social Ties (review)

pp. 1005-1007

Civilization and Its Contents (review)

pp. 1007-1008

American Mythos: Why our Best Efforts to be a Better Nation Fall Short (review)

pp. 1009-1011

Critical Junctions: Anthropology and History beyond the Cultural Turn (review)

pp. 1011-1013

Capitalism and Modernity: The Great Debate (review)

pp. 1013-1015

The Making of the Modern Self: Identity and Culture in Eighteenth-Century England (review)

pp. 1015-1017

Section 2

Childhood in World History, and: The Greatest Generation Grows Up: American Childhood in the 1930s, and: Babes in Tomorrowland: Walt Disney and the Making of the American Child, 1930-1960 (review)

pp. 1017-1024

Cops and Kids: Policing Juvenile Delinquency in Urban America, 1890-1940 (review)

pp. 1024-1026

Children of the Laboring Poor: Expectation and Experience among the Orphans of Early Modern Augsburg, and: Abandoned Children of the Renaissance: Orphan Care in Florence and Bologna (review)

pp. 1026-1030

Children's Health in Historical Perspective (review)

pp. 1030-1032

Section 3
Consumerism and Leisure

Shopping in the Renaissance: Consumer Cultures in Italy 1400-1600 (review)

pp. 1032-1034

Consuming Visions: Mass Culture and the Lourdes Shrine (review)

pp. 1034-1036

Luxury & Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century Britain (review)

pp. 1036-1038

Consuming Splendor: Society and Culture in Seventeenth-Century England (review)

pp. 1038-1040

The Circus and Victorian Society (review)

pp. 1040-1041

Section 4
Race and Slavery

Degrees of Freedom: Louisiana and Cuba After Slavery (review)

pp. 1041-1043

The Southern Diaspora: How the Great Migrations of Black and White Southerners Transformed America (review)

pp. 1044-1045

Women and Patriotism in Jim Crow America (review)

pp. 1045-1047

Beyond Garrison: Antislavery and Social Reform (review)

pp. 1047-1049

Section 5
Gender and Family

Marital Violence: An English Family History, 1660-1857 (review)

pp. 1049-1051

The Fabric of Gender: Working-Class Culture in Third Republic France (review)

pp. 1051-1053

The Sedgwicks in Love: Courtship, Engagement, and Marriage in the Early Republic (review)

pp. 1053-1055

Family Love in the Diaspora: Migration and the Anglo-Caribbean Experience (review)

pp. 1055-1057

White Slave Crusades: Race, Gender, and Anti-Vice Activism, 1887-1917 (review)

pp. 1057-1059

A History of Old Age (review)

pp. 1059-1061

Section 6
Regional Topics

In a New Land: A Comparative View of Immigration (review)

pp. 1061-1063

Die leidige Seuche: Pest-Fälle in der Frühen Neuzeit (review)

pp. 1063-1065

An Unnatural Metropolis: Wresting New Orleans from Nature (review)

pp. 1065-1067

The Plebeian Republic: The Huanta Rebellion and the Making of the Peruvian State, 1820-1850 (review)

pp. 1067-1069


Index (Volume 40)

pp. 1075-1078