Special Section: Music Histories

  1. Editor’s Note: Music Histories
  2. Matthew B. Karush
  3. p. 205
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  1. The Silk Road and the Sitar: Finding Centuries of Sociocultural Exchange in the History of an Instrument
  2. James A. Millward
  3. pp. 206-233
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  1. Dark Enough as It Is: Eddie Lang and the Minstrel Cycle
  2. Michael O’Malley
  3. pp. 234-259
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  1. Nina Sibirtzeva, or the Hidden Half of Musical Globalization
  2. Pablo Palomino
  3. pp. 260-282
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  1. Did You Say Rebetiko? Musical Categories, Their Transformation, and Their Meanings
  2. Panagiota Anagnostou
  3. pp. 283-303
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  1. The Louis Armstrong Story, Reissues, and the LP Record: Anchors of Significance
  2. Michael Schmidt
  3. pp. 304-331
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  1. Mās que una reina: Race, Gender, and the Musical Careers of Graciela, Celia, and La Lupe, 1950s–1970s
  2. Christina D. Abreu
  3. pp. 332-352
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  1. Sonic Settlements: Jamaican Music, Dancing, and Black Migrant Communities in Postwar Britain
  2. Jason McGraw
  3. pp. 353-382
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  1. Afterword: Music, Sound, History
  2. David Suisman
  3. pp. 383-389
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Articles

  1. Agents of Effervescence: Student Protest and Nicaragua’s Post-war Democratic Mobilizations
  2. Claudia Rueda
  3. pp. 390-411
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  1. In the Service of their Homeland and Themselves: The U.S. Women’s Club in Costa Rica 1945–1980
  2. Atalia Shragai
  3. pp. 412-438
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  1. Transnational Professional Activism and the Prevention of Nuclear War in Britain
  2. Christoph Laucht
  3. pp. 439-467
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  1. “Dial 999 for Help!” : The Three-Digit Emergency Number and the Transnational Politics of Welfare Activism, 1937–1979
  2. Eloise Moss
  3. pp. 468-500
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  1. “We Are All Convicted Criminals”? Prisoners, Protest and Penal Politics in the Republic of Ireland
  2. Cormac Behan
  3. pp. 501-526
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Reviews

  1. Cleansing the Czechoslovak Borderlands: Migration, Environment and Health in the Former Sudetenland by Eagle Glassheim (review)
  2. David Gerlach
  3. pp. 527-528
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  1. Elusive Refuge: Chinese Migrants in the Cold War by Laura Madokoro (review)
  2. Shelly Chan
  3. pp. 529-530
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  1. In the Heat of the Summer: The New York Riots of 1964 and the War on Crim by Michael W. Flamm (review)
  2. Garrett Felber
  3. pp. 530-533
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  1. Securing Sex: Morality and Repression in the Making of Cold War Brazil by Benjamin A. Cowan (review)
  2. James N. Green
  3. pp. 533-535
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  1. You Can’t Eat Freedom: Southerners and Social Justice after the Civil Rights Movement by Greta de Jong (review)
  2. Andrew W. Kahrl
  3. pp. 535-537
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  1. The Nobel Factor: The Prize in Economics, Social Democracy, and the Market Turn by Avner Offer and Gabriel Soderberg (review)
  2. Kimberly Phillips-Fein
  3. pp. 537-538
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  1. Russian History through the Senses: From 1700 to the Present ed. by Matthew P. Romaniello and Tricia Starks (review)
  2. Mark D. Steinberg
  3. pp. 540-542
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