In this Issue
The Journal of Social History was founded over 30 years ago, and has served as one of the leading outlets for work in this growing research field since its inception. The Journal publishes articles in social history from all areas and periods, and has played an important role in integrating work in Latin American, African, Asian and Russian history with sociohistorical analysis in Western Europe and the United States.
published byOxford University Press
viewing issueVolume 42, Number 3, Spring 2009
Table of Contents
- Dry Manhattan: Prohibition in New York City (review)
- pp. 811-812
- DOI: 10.1353/jsh.0.0145
- Southern Sons: Becoming Men in the New Nation (review)
- pp. 821-823
- DOI: 10.1353/jsh.0.0174
Copyright © 2008 Peter N. Stearns.