American Historical Review

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Punto di servizio: Scienze Politiche, Riv. Straniere 0011
Consistenza: a. 26, 1920/21-
Lacune: a. 91, 1986, 5; a. 106, 2001, 6; a. 110, 2005, 2

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a. 115, 2010, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Justin Jacobs, The Many Deaths of a Kazak Unaligned: Osman Batur, Chinese Decolonization, and the Nationalization of a Nomad, p. 1291
Keith David Watenpaugh, The League of Nations' Rescue of Armenian Genocide Survivors and the Making of Modern Humanitarianism, 1920-1927, p. 1315

AHR FORUM: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE ENLIGHTENMENT
Introduction, p. 1340
Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Rival Ecologies of Global Commerce: Adam Smith and the Natural Historians, p. 1342
William Max Nelson, Making Men: Enlightenment Ideas of Racial Engineering, p. 1364
Sophus A. Reinert, Lessons on the Rise and Fall of Great Powers: Conquest, Commerce, and Decline in Enlightenment Italy, p. 1395
Karen O'Brien, The Return of the EnlightenmentThe Return of the Enlightenment, p. 1426

Featured Reviews, p. 1436
Reviews of Books, p. 1433


a. 115, 2010, 4

In This Issue, p. XIV
In Back Issues, p. XVII

ARTICLES
John Donoghue, "Out of the Land of Bondage ": The English Revolution and the Atlantic Origins of Abolition, p. 943-974) Susan Pedersen, Getting Out of Iraq-in 1932: The League of Nations and the Road to Normative Statehood, p. 975

AHR FORUM: INTIMATE LIFE AND SEXUALITY IN MID-TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRANCE
Introduction, p. 1001
Mary Louise Roberts, The Price of Discretion: Prostitution, Venereal Disease, and the American Military in France, 1944-1946, p. 1002
Paula A. Michaels, Comrades in the Labor Room: The Lamaze Method of Childbirth Preparation and France's Cold War Home Front, 1951-1957, p. 1031
Judith G. Coffin, Sex, Love, and Letters: Writing Simone de Beauvoir, 1949-1963, p. 1061
Judith Surkis, Sex, Sovereignty, and Transnational Intimacies, p. 1089

Featured Reviews, p. 1097
Reviews of Books, p. 1109


a. 115, 2010, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII
In Back Issues, p. XVII

ARTICLES
Michael A. LaCombe, "A continuall and dayly Table for Gentlemen of fashion ": Humanism, Food, and Authority at Jamestown, 1607-1609, p. 669
Rebecca Earle, "If You Eat Their Food ... ": Diets and Bodies in Early Colonial Spanish America, p. 688
Hiraku Shimoda, Tongues-Tied: The Making of a "National Language "and the Discovery of Dialects in Meiji Japan, p. 714
Amy Dru Stanley, Instead of Waiting for the Thirteenth Amendment: The War Power, Slave Marriage, and Inviolate Human Rights, p. 732

AHR EXCHANGE: ON THE "MYTH "OF THE "WEAK "AMERICAN STATE
Introduction, p. 766
John Fabian Witt, Law and War in American History, p. 768
Gary Gerstle, A State Both Strong and WeakA State Both Strong and Weak, p. 779
Julia Adams, The Puzzle of the American State ... and Its Historians, p. 786
William J. Novak, Long Live the Myth of the Weak State? A Response to Adams, Gerstle, and Witt, p. 792

Featured Reviews, p. 801
Reviews of Books, p. 811


a. 115, 2010, 2

In This Issue, p. XIII
In Back Issues, p. XVI

ARTICLES
Lyndal Roper, Martin Luther's Body: The "Stout Doctor "and His Biographers, p. 351
Megan Vaughan, Suicide in late Colonial Africa: The Evidence of Inquests from Nyasaland, p. 385

AHR FORUM: THE STATE IN SOUTH ASIAN HISTORY
Introduction, p. 405
David Gilmartin, Rule of Law, Rule of Life: Caste, Democracy, and the Courts in India, p. 406
Sujit Sivasundaram, Ethnicity, Indigeneity, and Migration in the Advent of British Rule to Sri Lanka, p. 428
Mithi Mukherjee, Transcending Identity: Gandhim Nonviolence, and the Pursuit of a "Different "Freedom in Modern India, p. 453
Todd Shepard, "History is Past Politics!? Archives, "Tainted Evidence ", and the Return of the State, p. 474

Featured Reviews, p. 484
Reviews of Books, p. 496
Collected Essays, p. 647


a. 115, 2010, 1

In This Issue, p. XIII
In Back Issues, p. XV

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, An American Album, 1857, p. 1

AHR FORUM: REPRESENTING THE HOLOCAUST
Introduction, p. 26
David Shneer, Picturing Grief: Soviet Holocaust Photography at the Intersection of History and Memory, p. 28
Harold Marcuse, Holocaust Memorials: The Emergence of a Genre, p. 53
Lawrence Baron, The First Wave of American "Holocaust "Films, 1945-1959, p. 90
Sarah Farmer, Going Visual: Holocaust Representation and Historical Method, p. 115

AHR EXCHANGE: THE QUESTION OF "BLACK RICE "
Introduction, p. 123
S. Max Edelson, Beyond "Black Rice ": Reconstruction Material and Cultural Contexts for Early Plantation Agricolture, p. 125
Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, Africa and Africans in the African Diaspora: The Uses of Relational Databases, p. 136
Walter Hawthorne, From "Black Rice "to "Brown ": Rethinking the History of Risiculture in the Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Atlantic, p. 151
David Eltis, Philip Morgan, David Richardson, Black, Brown, or White? Color-Coding American Commercial Rice Cultivation with Slave Labor, p. 164

Featured Reviews, p. 172
Reviews of Books, p. 183
Collected Essays, p. 328


a. 114, 2009, 5

In This Issue, p. XIV

ARTICLE
Vincent Brown, Social Death and Political Life in the Study of Slavery, p. 1231

AHR ROUNDTABLE: TRANSNATIONAL SEXUALITIES
Margot Canaday, Thinking Sex in the Transnational Turn: An Introduction, p. 1250
Marc Epprecht, Sexuality, Africa, History, p. 1258
Joanne Meyerowitz, Transnational Sex and U.S. History, p. 1273
Dagmar Herzog, Syncopated Sex: Transforming European Sexsualities in Asia, p. 1287
Tamara Loos, Transnational Histories of Sexuality in the Middle East, p. 1309
Leslie Peirce, Writing Histories of Sexuality in the Middle East, p. 1325
Pete Sigal, Latin America and the Challange of Globalizing the History of Sexuality, p. 1340

AHR CONVERSATION: HISTORIANS AND THE STUDY OF MATERIAL CULTURE
Participants: Leora Auslander, Amy Bentley, Halevi Leor, H. Otto Sibum, Christopher Witmore

Featured Reviews, p. 1405
Reviews of Books, p. 1416
Collected Essays, p. 1584


a. 114, 2009, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII
In Back Issues, p. XV

AHR FORUM: TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION IN HISTORY
Elazar Barkan, Introduction: Historians and Historical Reconciliation, p. 899
David Engel, On Reconciling The Histories of Two Chosen Peoples, p. 914
Ronald Grigor Suny, Truth in Telling: Reconciling Realities in the genocide of the Ottoman Armenians, p. 930
Charles Ingrao, Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: The Scholars' Initiative, p. 947
James T. Campbell, Settling Accounts? An Americanist Perspective on Historical Reconciliation, p. 963

AHR FORUM: TAYLOR BRANCH'S "AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS "
Introduction, p. 978
Michael Kazin, Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Meaning of the 1960s, p. 980
Clayborne Carson, The biography Branch Might Have Written, p. 990
Peniel E. Joseph, The Black Power Movement, Democracy, and America in the King Years, p. 1001

Featured Reviews, p. 1017
Reviews of Books, p. 1028
Collected Essays, p. 1205


a. 114, 2009, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLE
Sunil S. Amrith, Tamil Diasporas across the Bay of Bengal, p. 547

AHR ROUNDTABLE: HISTORIANS AND BIOGRAPHY
David Nasaw, Introduction, p. 573
Lois W. Banner, Biography as History, p. 579
Judith M. Brown, "Life Histories "and the History of Modern South Asia, p. 587
Kate Brown, A Place in Biography for Oneself, p. 596
Robin Fleming, Writing Biography at the Edige of History, p. 606
Jochen Hellbech, Galaxy of Black Stars: The Power of Soviet Biography, p. 615
Alice Kessler-Harris, Why Biography, p. 625
Susan Mann, Scene-Setting: Writing Biography in Chinese History, p. 631
Barbara Taylor, Separations of Soul: Solitude, Biography, History, p. 640
Liana Vardi, Rewriting the Lives of Eighteenth-Century Economists, p. 652

AHR FORUM: SIMON SCHAMA'S "A HISTORY OF BRITAIN "
Introduction, p. 662
Miri Rubin, The BBC's "A History of Britain ", p. 664
Linda Levy Peck, Schama's Britannia, p. 672
Peter Stansky, Simon Schama: "A History of Britain ", p. 684
Simon Schama, "A History of Britain ": A Reponse, p. 692
Featured Reviews, p. 701
Reviews of Books, p. 711
Collected Essays, p. 873


a. 114, 2009, 2

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
James H. Sweet, Mistaken Identities? Olaudah Equiano, Domingos Álvares, and the Methodological Challenges of Studying the African diaspora, p. 279
Nancy L. Green, Expatriation, Expatriates, and Expats: The American Transformation of a Concept, p. 307

AHR FORUM: THE INTERNATIONAL 1968, PART II
Introduction, p. 329
Sara M. Evans, Sons, Daughters, and Patriarchy: Gender and the 1968 Generation, p. 331
Jeffrey L. Gould, Solidarity under Siege: The Latin American Left, 1968, p. 368
Richard Ivan Jobs, Youth Movements: Travel, Protest, and Europe in 1968, p. 376

Featured Reviews, p. 405
Reviews of Books, p. 418
Comparative World, p. 421
Collected Essays, p. 523


a. 114, 2009, 1

In This Issue, p. XI

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Gabrielle M. Spiegel, The Task of the Historian, p. 1

ARTICLE
Alison Frank, The Petroleum War of 1910: Standard Oil, Austria, and the Limits of the Multinational Corporation, p. 16

AHR FORUM: THE INTERNATIONAL 1968, PART I
Introduction, p. 42
Jeremi Suri, The Rise and Fall of an International Counterculture, 1960-1975, p. 45
Timothy S. Brown, "1968 "East and West: Divided Germany as a Case Study in Transnational History, p. 69
William Mariotti, Japan 1968: The Performance of Violence and the Theater of Protest, p. 97

Featured Reviews, p. 136
Reviews of Books, p. 148
Comparative World, p. 258
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 261
Other Books Received, p. 263
Communications, p. 268


a. 113, 2008, 5

In This Issue, p. XIV

ARTICLE
Eric D. Weitz, From the Vienna to the Paris System: International Politics and the Entangled Histories of Human Rights, Forced Deportations, and Civilizing Missions, p. 1313

AHR FORUM: REVISITING "GENDER: A USEFUL CATEGORY OF HISTORICAL ANALYSIS "
Introduction, p. 1344
Joanne Meyerowitz, A History of "Gender ", p. 1346
Heidi Tinsman, A Paradigm of Our Own: Joan Scott in latin American History, p. 1357
Maria Bucur, An Archipelago of Stories: Gender History in Eastern Europe, p. 1375
Dyan Elliott, The Three Ages of Joan Scott, p. 1390
Gail Hershatter, Wang Zheng, Chinese History: A Useful Category of Gender Analysis, p. 1404
Joan W. Scott, Unanswered Questions, p. 1422

AHR CONVERSATION: ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORIANS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS
Participants; Richard C. Hoffmann, Nancy Langston, James C. McCann, Peter C. Perdue, Lise Sedrez, p. 1431

Featured Reviews, p. 1466
Methods/Theory, p. 1477
Comparative World, p. 1482
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1639
Other Books Received, p. 1641
Communications, p. 1650


a. 113, 2008, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Richard J. Ross, Puritan Godly Discipline in Comparative Perspective: Legal Pluralism and the Sources of "Intensity ", p. 975
Van Gosse, "As a Nation, the English Are Our Friends ": The Emergence of African American Politics in the British Atlantic World, 1772-1861, p. 1003

AHR FORUM: THE GENERAL CRISIS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY REVISITED
Introduction, p. 1029
Jonathan Dewald, Crisis, Chronology, and the Shape of European Social History, p. 1031
Geoffrey Parker, Crisis and Catastrophe: The Global Crisis of the Seventeenth Century Reconsidered, p. 1053
Michael Marmé, Locating Linkages or Painting Boll's-Eyes around Bullet Holes? An East Asian Perspective on the Seventheenth-Century Crisis, p. 1080
J. B. Shank, Crisis: A Useful Category of Post-Social Scientific Historical Analysis?, p. 1090

Featured Reviews, p. 1100
Reviews of Books, p. 1117
Collected Essays, p. 1281
Communications, p. 1298


a. 113, 2008, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
François Furstenberg, The Significance of the Trans-Appalachian Frontier in Atlantic History, p. 647
Adam Tooze, Trouble with Numbers: Statistics, Politics, and History in the Construction of Weimar's Trade Balance, 1918-1924, p. 678
Francine Hirsch, The Soviets and Nuremberg: International Law, Propaganda and the Making of the Postwar Order, p. 701
Margherita Zanasi, Globalizing Hanjian: The Suzhou Trials and the Post-World War II Discourse on Collaboration, p. 731
William J. Novak, The Myth of the "Weak "American State, p. 752

Featured Reviews, p. 773
Reviews of Books, p. 788
Collected Essays, p. 950
Communications, p. 962


a. 113, 2008, 2

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Jeremy Adelman, An Age of Imperial Revolutions, p. 319
Caroline Ford, Reforestation, Landscape Conservation, and the Anxieties or Empire in French Colonial Algeria, p. 341

REVIEW ESSAYS
Belinda Davis, What's Left? Popular Participation in Postwar Europe, p. 363

AHR FORUM: GEOFF ELEY'S "A CROOKED LINE "
Introduction, p. 391
William H. Sewell Jr., Crooked Lines, p. 393
Gabrielle M. Spiegel, Comment on "A Crooked Line ", p. 406
Manu Goswami, Remembering the Future, p. 417
Geoff Eley, The Profane and Imperfect World of Historiography, p. 425

Featured Reviews, p. 438
Reviews of Books, p. 452
Collected Essays, p. 621
Communications, p. 632


a. 113, 2008, 1

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
W. Jeffrey Bolster, Putting the Ocean in Atlantic History: Maritime Communities and Marine Ecology in Northwest Atlantic, 1500-1800, p. 19
Carl H. Nightingale, Before Race Mattered: Geographies of the Color Line in Early Colonial Madras and New York, p. 48
Henrietta Harrison, "A Penny for the Little Chinese ": The French Holi Childhood Association in CHina, 1843-1951, p. 72

REVIEW ESSAYS
Alan Mayne, On the Edges of History: Reflections on Historical Archaeology, p. 93

Featured Reviews, p. 119
Reviews of Books, p. 135
Collected Essays, p. 295
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 300
Other Books Received, p. 302
Communications, p. 309


a. 112, 2007, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
David Eltis, Philip Morgan, David Richardson, Agency and Diaspora in Atlantic History: Reassessing the African Contribution to Rice Cultivation in the Americas, p. 1329
Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Holding the World in Balance: The Connected Histories of the Iberian Overseas Empires, 1500-1640, p. 1359
Michelle Brattato, Race, Racism, and Antiracism: UNESCO and the Politics of Presenting Science to the Postwar Public, p. 1386

AHR EXCHANGE
Introduction, p. 1414
Eliga H. Gould, Entangled Atlantic Histories: A Response front the Anglo-American Periphery, p. 1415
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, The Core and Petipheries of Our National Narratives: A Response from IH-35, p. 1423
AHR Conversation: Religious Identities and Violence (Participants: Philip Benedict, Nora Berend, Stephen Ellis, Jeffrey Kaplan, Ussama Makdisi and Jack Miles),, p. 1433

Featured Reviews, p. 1482
Reviews of Book, p. 1497
Collected Essays, p. 1660
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1666
Other Books Received, p. 1668
Communications, p. 1676


a. 112, 2007, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Thomas Sizgorich, "Do Prophets Come with a Sword? "Conquest, Empire, and Historical Narrative in the Early Islamic World, p. 993
Phil Withington, Public Discourse, Corporate Citizenship, and State Formation in Early Modern England, p. 1016
Dylan C. Penningroth, The Claims of Slaves and Ex-Slaves to Family and Property: A Transatlantic Comparison, p. 1039

REVIEW ESSAYS
Robert M. Citino, Military Histories Old and New: A Reintroduction, p. 1070
Susan Pedersen, Back to the League of Nation, p. 1091

Featured Reviews, p. 1118
Reviews of Books, p. 1131
Collected Essays, p. 1293
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1298
Other Books Received, p. 1301
Communications, p. 1313


a. 112, 2007, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Daniel Wickberg, What Is the History of Sensibilities? On Cultural Histories, Old and New, p. 661
Michael J. Sauter, Clockwatchers and Stargazers: Time Discipline in Early Modern Berlin, p. 685

AHR FORUM: ENTANGLED EMPIRES IN THE ATLANTIC WORLD
Introduction, p. 710
James Epstein, Politics of Colonial Sensation: The Trial of Thomas Picton and the Cause of Louisa Calderon, p. 712
Rafe Blaufarb, The Western Question: The Geopolitics of Latin American Independence, p. 742
Eliga H. Gould, Entangled Histories, Entangled Worlds: The English-Speaking Atlantic as a Spanish Periphery, p. 764
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, Entangled Histories: Borderland Historiographies in New Clothes?, p. 787

Featured Reviews, p. 800
Reviews of Books, p. 809
Collected Essays, p. 972
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 974
Other Books Received, p. 976
Communications, p. 982


a. 112, 2007, 2

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Nick Cullather, The Foreign Policy of the Calorie, p. 337
Laura F. Edwards, Status without Rights: African Americans and the Tangled History of Law and Governance in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. South, p. 365
Joy Damousi, "The Filthy American Twang ": Elocution, the Advent of American "Talkies, "and Australian Cultural Identity, p. 394

REVIEW ESSAYS
Robert A. Nye, Western Masculinities in War and Peace, p. 417 Nara Milanich, Whither Family History? A Road Map from Latin America, p. 439

Featured Reviews, p. 459
Reviews of Books, p. 468
Collected Essays, p. 632
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 636
Other Books Received, p. 639
Communications, p. 651


a. 112, 2007, 1

In This Issue, p. XIII

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Linda K. Kerber, The Stateless as the Citizen's Other: A View from the United States, p. 1

ARTICLES
Brian DeLay, Independent Indians and the U.S.-Mexican War, p. 35
Louise Blakeney Williams, Overcoming the "Contagion of Mimicry ": The Cosmopolitan Nationalism and Modernist History of Rabindranath Tagore and W. B. Yeats, p. 69
Sho Konishi, Reopening the "Opening of Japan ": A Russian-Japanese Revolutionary Encounter and the Vision of Anarchist Progress, p. 101
Marilyn J. Boxer, Rethinking the Socialist Construction and International Career of the Concept "Bourgeois Feminism ", p. 131

Reviews of Books, p. 159
Collected Essays, p. 320
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 322
Other Books Received, p. 323
Communications, p. 328


a. 111, 2006, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Erez Manela, Imagining Woodrow Wilson in Asia: Dreams of East-West Harmony and the Revolt against Empire in 1919, p. 1327
James Grehan, Smoking and "Early Modern "Sociability: The Great Tobacco Debate in the Ottoman Middle East (Seventeenth to Eighteenth Centuries), p. 1352
Tara Zahra, "Each nation only cares for its own ": Empire, Nation, and Child Welfare Activism in the Bohemian Lands, 1900-1918, p. 1378
David L. Schoenbrun, Conjuring the Modern in Africa: Durability and Rupture in Histories of Public Healing between the Great Lakes of East Africa, p. 1403

AHR CONVERSATION: ON TRANSNATIONAL HISTORY
Participants: C. A. Bayly, Sven Beckert, Matthew Connelly, Isabel Hofmeyr, Wendy Kozol, and Patricia Seed, p. 1440
Introduction, p. 1441

Reviews of Books, p. 1465
Collected Essays, p. 1647
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1654
Other Books Received, p. 1656
Communications, p. 1668


a. 111, 2006, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
David Cressy, Early Modern Space Travel and the English Man in the Moon, p. 961
Derek R. Peterson, Morality Plays: Marriage, Church Courts, and Colonial Agency in Central Tanganyika, ca. 1876-1928, p. 983
Ralph W. Mathisen, Peregrini, Barbari, and Cives Romani: Concepts of Citizenship and the Legal Identity of Barbarians in the Later Roman Empire, p. 1011

AHR FORUM: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ANTI-AMERICANISM
Introduction, p. 1041
Greg Grandin, Your Americanism and Mine: Americanism and Anti-Americanism in the Americas, p. 1042
Jessica C. E. Gienow-Hecht, Always Blame the Americans: Anti-Americanism in Europe in the Twentieth Century, p. 1067
Warren I. Cohen, Nancy Bernkopf Tucker, America in Asian Eyes, p. 1092
Juan Cole, Anti-Americanism: It's the Policies, p. 1120

Reviews of Books, p. 1130
Collected Essays, p. 1296
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1302
Other Books Received, p. 1304
Communications, p. 1315
Index of Advertisers, p. 1326


a. 111, 2006, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Michael Kwass, Big Hair: A Wig History of Consumption in Eighteenth-Century France, p. 631
Marcy Norton, Tasting Empire: Chocolate and the European Internalization of Mesoamerican Aesthetics, p. 660
Michael Saler, Modernity and Enchantment: A Historiographic Review, p. 692

AHR FORUM: OCENAN OF HISTORY
Kären Wigen, Introduction, p. 717
Peregrine Horden, Nicholas Purcell, The Mediterranean and "the New Thalassology ", p. 722
Alison Games, Atlantic History: Definitions, Challenges, and Opportunities, p. 741
Matt K. Matsuda, The Pacific, p. 758

Reviews of Books, p. 781
Collected Essays, p. 939
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 942
Other Books Received, p. 944
Communications, p. 950
Index, p.
Index of Advertisers, p. (a)


a. 111, 2006, 2

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Jonathan Ira Levy, Contemplating Delivery: Futures Trading and the Problem of Commodity Exchange in the United States, 1875-1905, p. 307
Marixa Lasso, Race War and Nation in Caribbean Gran Colombia, Cartagena, 1810-1832, p. 336
Alon Rachamimov, The Disruptive Comforts of Drag: (Trans)Gender Performances among Prisoners of War in Russia, 1914-1920, p. 362
Michael D. Bailey, The Disenchantment of Magic: Spells, Charms, and Superstition in Early European Witchcraft Literature, p. 383
S. A. Smith, Talking Toads and Chinless Ghosts: The Politics of "Superstitious "Rumors in the People's Republic of China, 1961-1965, p. 405

Reviews of Books, p. 428
Collected Essays, p. 603
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 609
Other Books Received, p. 611
Communications, p. 621
Index, p. 297
Index of Advertisers, p. 52(a)


a. 111, 2006, 1

In This Issue, p. XIII

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
James J. Sheehan, The Problem of Sovereignty in European History, p. 1

ARTICLES
Priya Satia, The Defense of Inhumanity: Air Control and the British Idea of Arabia, p. 16
Thomas David DuBois, Local Religion and the Imperial Imaginary: The Development of Japanese Ethnography in Occupied Manchuria, p. 52

AHR FORUM: THE PROBLEM OF AMERICAN HOMICIDE
Introduction, p. 75
Eric Monkkonen, Homicide: Explaining America's Exceptionalism, p. 76
Elizabeth Dale, Getting Away with Murder, p. 95
Pieter Spierenburg, Democracy Came Too Early: A Tentative Explanation for the Problem of American Homicide, p. 104

Reviews of Books, p. 115
Collected Essays, p. 284
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 289
Other Books Received, p. 291
Communications, p. 296
Index, p. 297
Index of Advertisers, p. 28(a)


a. 110, 2005, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Dan Smail, In the Grip of Sacred History, p. 1337
Andrew Zimmerman, A German Alabama in Africa: The Tuskegee Expedition to German Togo and the Transnational Origins of West African Cotton Growers, p. 1362
Sandie Holguín, "National Spain Invites You ": Battlefield Tourism during the Spanish Civil War, p. 1399
Wendy Goldman, Stalinist Terror and Democracy: The 1937 Union Campaign, p. 1427
Kumkum Chatterjee, The King of Controversy: History and Nation-Making in Late Colonial India, p. 1454

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 1476
Collected Essays, p. 1638
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1646
Other Books Received, p. 1648
Communications, p. 1655
Index, p. 1657
Index of Advertisers, p. 38(a)


a. 110, 2005, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
William B. Taylor, Two Shrines of the Cristo Renovado: Religion and Peasant Politics in Late Colonial Mexico, p. 945
Elizabeth Schmidt, Top Down or Bottom Up? Nationalist Mobilization Reconsidered, with Special Reference to Guinea (French West Africa), p. 975
Leora Auslander, Beyond Words, p. 1015

AHR FORUM: THE DEBATE OVER THE CONSTITUTIONAL REVOLUTION OF 1937
Alan Brinkley, Introduction, p. 1046
Laura Kalman, The Constitution, the Supreme Court, and the New Deal, p. 1052
William E. Leuchtenburg, Comment on Laura Kalman's Article, p. 1081
G. Edward White, Constitutional Change and the New Deal, p. 1094

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 1116
Collected Essays, p. 1300
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1305
Other Books Received, p. 1307
Communications, p. 1318
Index, p. 1326
Index of Advertisers, p. 56(a)


a. 110, 2005, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Abigail Green, Rethinking Sir Moses Montefiore: Religion, Nationhood, and International Philantropy in the Nineteenth Century, p. 631
Maiken Umbach, A Tale of Second Cities: Autonomy, Culture, and the Law in Hamburg and Barcelona in the Late Nineteenth Century, p. 659
James Vernon, The Ethics of Hunger and the Assembly of Society: The Techno-Politics of the School Meal in Modern Britain, p. 693

FORUM ESSAY
Introduction, p. 726
Robert Orrill, Linn Shapiro, From Bold to a Uncertain Future: The Discipline of History and History Education, p. 727

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 752
Collected Essays, p. 916
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 923
Other Books Received, p. 925
Communications, p. 933
Index, p. 936
Index of Advertisers, p. 46(a)


a. 110, 2005, 1

In This Issue, p. XIII

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Jonathan Spence, Cliffhanger Days: A Chinese Family in the Seventeenth Century, p. 1

ARTICLES
Christine Caldwell Ames, Does Inquisition Belong to Religious History?, p. 11
Jack Censer, Lynn Hunt, Imaging the French Revolution: Depictions of the French Revolutionary Crowd, p. 38
Greg Grandin, The Instruction of Great Catastrophe: Truth Commissions, National History, and State Formation in Argentina, Chile, and Guatemala, p. 46
Randolph Starn, A Historian's Brief Guide to New Museum Studies, p. 68

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 99
Collected Essays, p. 268
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 272
Other Books Received, p. 274
Communications, p. 283


a. 109, 2004, 5

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Joy Wiltenburg, True Crime: The Origins of Modern Sensationalism, p. 1377
Sven Beckert, Emancipation and Empire Reconstructing the Worldwide Web of Cotton Production in the Age of the American Civil War, p. 1405
David M. Pomfret, "A Muse for the Masses "Gender, Age, and Nation in France, Fin de Siècle, p. 1439
Richard L. Hernandez, Sacred Sound and Sacred Substance: Church Bells and the Auditory Culture of Russian Villages during the Bolshevik Velikii Perelom, p. 1475

Review Essay, p. 1505
Reviews of Books and Films, p. 1527

Collected Essays, p. 1690
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1695
Other Books Received, p. 1697
Communications, p. 1705


a. 109, 2004, 4

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
Roger Horowitz, Jeffrey M. Pilcher, Sydney Watts, Meat for the Multitudes: Market Culture in Paris, New York City, and Mexico City over the Long Nineteenth Century, p. 1055
Sumit Guha, Speaking Historically: The Changing Voices of Historical Narration in Western India, 1400-1900, p. 1084
Gunja SenGupta, Elites, Subalterns, and American Identities: A Case Study of African-American Benevolence, p. 1104
Selçuk Esenbel, Japan's Global Claim to Asia and the World of Islam, p. 1140

REVIEW ESSAY
David Pace, The Amateur in the Operating Room: History and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, p. 1171

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 1193
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1355
Other Books Received, p. 1357
Communications, p. 1364


a. 109, 2004, 3

In This Issue, p. XIII

ARTICLES
David Igler, Diseased Goods: Global Exchanges in the Eastern Pacific Basin, 1770-1850, p. 693
Jonathon Glassman, Slower Than a Massacre: The Multiple Sources of Racial Thought in Colonial Africa, p. 720
Jeremy Prestholdt, On the Global Repercussions of East African Consumerism, p. 755

AHR FORUM: NEGOTIATING POWER
Introduction, p. 782
Caroline Castiglione, Adversarial Literacy: How Peasant Politics Influenced Noble Governing of the Roman Countryside during the Early Modern Period, p. 783
Giovanna Benadusi, Investing the Riches of the Poor: Servant Women and Their Last Wills, p. 805
Cornelia Hughes Dayton, Rethinking Agency, Recovering Voices, p. 827

Forum Essay, p. 844
Reviews of Books and Films, p. 859
Collected Essays, p. 1026
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1032
Other Books Received, p. 1034
Communications, p. 1043


a. 109, 2004, 2

In This Issue, p. xiv

ARTICLES
Sheilagh Ogilvie, How Does Social Capital Affect Women? Guilds and Communities in Early Modern Germany, p. 325
Balázs A. Szelényi, The Dynamics of Urban Development: Towns in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Hungary, p. 360
Julia Rodriguez, South Atlantic Crossings: Fingerprints, Science, and the State in Turn-of-the-Century Argentina, p. 387
Yukiko Koshiro, Eurasian Eclipse: Japan's End Game in WOrld War II, p. 417

REVIEW ESSAY
Mark Von Hagen, Empires, Borderlands, and Diasporas: Eurasia as Anti-Paradigm for the Post-Soviet Era, p. 445

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 469
Collected Essays, p. 662
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 671
Other Books Received, p. 673
Communications, p. 681


a. 109, 2004, 1

In This Issue, p. xiii

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
James M. McPherson, No Peace without Victory, 1861-1865, p. 1

ARTICLES
Sarah Knott, Sensibility and the American War for Independence, p. 19
Gregory Shaya, The Flâneur, the Badaud, and the Making of a Mass Public in France, circa 1860-1910, p. 41
Melissa K. Stockdale, "My Death for the Motherland Is Happiness ": Women, Patriotism, and Soldiering in Russia's Great War, 1914-1917, p. 78

REVIEW ESSAY
Kenneth Cmiel, The Recent History of Human Rights, p. 117

Reviews of Books and Films, p. 136
Collected Essays, p. 299
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 307
Other Books Received, p. 309
Communications, p. 314


a. 108, 2003, 5

In This Issue, p. xiii

ARTICLES
William G. Thomas III, Edward L. Ayers, An Overview: The Differences Slavery Made: A Close Analysis of Two American Communities, p. 1299
Daniel Hobbins, The Schoolman as Public Intellectual: Jean Gerson and the Late Medieval Tract, p. 1308
Martha Hanna, A Republic of Letters: The Epistolary Tradition in France during World War I, p. 1338

AHR Forum: Amalgamation and the Historical Distinctiveness of the United States, p. 1362
Reviews of Books, p. 1415
Film Reviews, p. 1572
Collected Essays, p. 1577
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1584
Other Books Received, p. 1587
Communications, p. 1599


a. 108, 2003, 4

In This Issue, p. xiv

ARTICLES
Nimrod Hurvitz, From Scholarly Circles to Mass Movements: The Formation of Legal Communities in Islamic Societies, p. 985
Jonathan Dewald, "A la Table de Magny ": Nineteenth-Century French Men of Letters and the Sources of Modern Historical Thought, p. 1009
Clifton Crais, Chiefs and Bureaucrats in the Making of Empire: A Drama from the Transkei, South Africa, October 1880, p. 1034

Review Essays: God and the Enlightenment, p. 1057
Jonathan Sheehan, Enlightenment, Religion, and the Enigma of Secularization: A Review Essay, p. 1061

Reviews of Books, p. 1105
Film Reviews, p. 1261
Collected Essays, p. 1264
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1275
Other Books Received, p. 1277
Communications, p. 1285


a. 108, 2003, 3

In This Issue, p. xiii

ARTICLES
Camilla Townsend, Buryng the White Gods: New Perspectives on the Conquest of Mexico, p. 659
Michael Broers, The Myth and Reality of Italian Regionalism: A Historical Geography of Napoleonic Italy, 1801-1814, p. 688
Indira Falk Gesink, "Chaos on the Earth ": Subjective Truths versus Communal Unity in Islamic Law and the Rise of Militant Islam, p. 710

FORUM ESSAY: CAN WE SAVE THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE?
Introduction, p. 734
Roy Rosenzweig, Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era, p. 735

REVIEW ESSAY
Catherine J. Kudlick, Disability History: Why We Need Another "Other ", p. 763

Reviews of Books, p. 794
Film Reviews, p. 957
Collected Essays, p. 961
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 966
Other Books Received, p. 968
Communications, p. 975


a. 108, 2003, 2

In This Issue, p. xiii

ARTICLES
Judith R. Walkowitz, The "Vision of Salome ": Cosmopolitanism and Erotic Dancing in Central London, 1908-1918, p. 337
Adam McKeown, Ritualization of Regulation: The Enforcement of Chinese Exclusion in the United States and China, p. 377
Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Daniel M. G. Raff, Peter Temin, Beyond Markets and Hierarchies: Toward a New Synthesis of American Business History, p. 404

Review Essays: Colonialism and the Possibilities of Historical Anthropology, p. 434
Reviews of Books, p. 479
Film Reviews, p. 620
Collected Essays, p. 625
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 633
Other Books Received, p. 635
Communications, p. 645


a. 108, 2003, 1

In The Issue, p. xiii

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Lynn Hunt, The World We Have Gained: The Future of the French Revolution, p. 1

ARTICLES
Margaret C. Jacob, Matthew Kadane, Missing, Now Found in the Eighteenth Century: Weber's Protestant Capitalist, p. 20
Robert Crews, Empire and the Confessional State: Islam and Religious Politics in Nineteenth-Century Russia, p. 50
Martha Hodes, The Mercurial Nature and Abiding Power of Race: A Transnational Family Story, p. 84

REVIEW ESSAY
Rebecca L. Spang, Paradigms and Paranoia: How Modern Is the French Revolution?, p. 119

Reviews of Books, p. 148
Film Reviews, p. 310
Collected Essays, p. 316
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 320
Other Books Received, p. 322
Communications, p. 327


a. 107, 2002, 5

In This Issue, p. xiv

ARTICLES
Moshe Sluhovsky, The Devil in the Convent, p. 1379
Monique Scheer, From Majesty: Change in the Meanings of Black Madonnas from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries, p. 1412
Robert Edelman, A small Way of Saying "No ": Moscow Working Men, Spartak Soccer, and the Communist Party, 1900-1945, p. 1441

REVIEW ESSAYS: BEYOND THE CULTURAL TURN
Introduction, p. 1475
Ronald Grigor Suny, Back and Beyond: Reversing the Cultural Turn?, p. 1476
Patrick Brantlinger, A Response to Beyond the Cultural Turn, p. 1500
Richard Handler, Cultural Theory in History Today, p. 1513

Reviews of Books, p. 1521
Film Reviews, p. 1682
Collected Essays, p. 1687
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1695
Other Books Received, p. 1697
Communications, p. 1704
Index, p. 1706
Index of Advertisers, p. 48(a)


a. 107, 2002, 4

In This Issue, p. xiii

ARTICLES
Benjamin J. Kaplan, Fictions of Privacy: House Chapels and the Spatial Accommodation of Religious Dissent in Early Modern Europe, p. 1031
David Nirenberg, Conversion, Sex, and Segregation: Jews and Christians in Medieval Spain, p. 1065
Joseph Bradley, Subjects into Citizens: Societies, Civil Society, and Autocracy in Tsarist Russia, p. 1094
Louis S. Warren, Buffalo Bill Meets Dracula: William F. Cody, Bram Stoker, and the Frontiers of Racial Decay, p. 1124

REVIEW ESSAY
Mark Mazower, Violence and the State in the Twentieth Century, p. 1158

Reviews of Books, p. 1179
Film Reviews, p. 1336
Collected Essays, p. 1339
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1350
Other Books Received, p. 1353
Communications, p. 1367
Index, p. 1369
Index of Advertisers, p. 52(a)


a. 107, 2002, 3

In This Issue, p. xvi

ARTICLES
Samuel K. Cohen, The black Death: end of a Paradigm, p. 703
Anne McLaren, Gender, Religion, and Early Modern Nationalism: Elizabeth I, Mary Queen of Scots, and the Genesis of English anti-catholicism, p. 739
Ussama Makdisi, Ottoman orientalism, p. 768

FORUM ESSAY
Introduction, p. 797
Ted Steinberg, Down to Earth: Nature, Agency and Power in History, p. 798

Review Essay, p. 821
Reviews of books, p. 846
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1005
Other Books Received, p. 1008
Communications, p. 1019
Index, p. 1022
Index of Advertisers, p. 40 (a)
In This Issue, p. XIII


a. 107, 2002, 2

ARTICLES
Tyler Anbinder, From famine to five points: Lord Lansdowne's Tenants Encounter North America's Most Notorius Slum, p. 351
Robert Eskildsen, Of civilization and savages: The mimetic Imperialism of Japan's 1874 Expedition to Taiwan, p. 388

AHR FORUM: ASIA AND EUROPE IN THE WORLD ECONOMY
Patrick Manning, Introduction, p. 419
Kenneth Pomeranz, Political Economy and Ecology on the Eve of Industrialization: Europe, China, and the global conjuncture, p. 425
Bin Wong, The search for European Differences and domination in the Early Modern World: A View from Asia, p. 447
David Ludden, Modern Inequality and Early Modernity: A comment for the AHR on Articles by R. Bin Wong and Kenneth Pomeranz, p. 470

Review Essay, p. 481
Review of books, p. 496
Film Reviews, p. 673
Collected Essays, p. 677


a. 107, 2002, 1

In This Issue, p. xvi

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
W. M. Roger Louis, The Dissolution of the British Empire in the Era of Vietnam, p. 1

ARTICLES
Dyan Elliott, Seeing Double: John Gerson, the Discernment of Spirits, and Joan of Arc, p. 26
Kristin Hoganson, Cosmopolitan Domesticity: Importing the American Dream, 1865-1920, p. 55

AHR FORUM: HOW REVOLUTIONARY WAS THE PRINT REVOLUTION?
Anthony Grafton, Introduction, p. 84
Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, An Unacknowledged Revolution Revisited, p. 87
Adrian Johns, How to Acknowledge a Revolution, p. 106
Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, Reply, p. 126

REVIEW ESSAY
Thomas Bender, Strategies of Narrative Synthesis in American History, p. 129

Reviews of Books, p. 154
Film Reviews, p. 320
Collected Essays, p. 325
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 330
Other Books Received, p. 322
Communications, p. 340


a. 106, 2001, 5

In This Issue, p. xiv

ARTICLES
Michael Zakim, Sartorial Ideologies: From Homespun to Ready-Made, p. 1553
Peter Fritzsche, Specters of History: On Nostalgia, Exile, and Modernity, p. 1587
Edward E. Baptist, "Cuffy,' 'Fancy Maids, "and "One-Eyed Men ": Rape, Commodification, and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States, p. 1619
Alfred J. Rieber, Stalin, Man of the Borderlands, p. 1651
Michael Adas, From Settler Colony to Global Hegemon: Integrating the Exceptionalist Narrative of the American Experience into World History, p. 1692

REVIEW ESSAY
Vanessa R. Schwartz, Walter Benjamin for Historians, p. 1721

Reviews of Books, p. 1744
Film Reviews, p. 1915
Collected Essays, p. 1921
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1932
Other Books Received, p. 1934
Communications, p. 1943


a. 106, 2001, 4

In This Issue, p. xiv

ARTICLES
Guido Ruggiero, The Strange Death of Margarita Marcellini: Male, Signs, and the Everyday World of Pre-modern Medicine, p. 1141
Carolyn Steedman, Something She Called a Fever: Michelet, Derrida, and Dust, p. 1159
Nancy L. Clark, Gendering Production in Wartime South Africa, p. 1181

AHR FORUM: CREATING NATIONAL IDENTITIES IN A REVOLUTIONARY ERA
Introduction, p. 1214
David A. Bell, The Unbearable Lightness of Being French: Law, Republicanism and National Identity at the End of the Old Regime, p. 1215
Dror Wahrman, The English Problem of Identity in the American Revolution, p. 1236
Andrew W. Robertson, "Look on This Picture ... And on This! "Nationalism, Localism, and Partisan Images of Otherness in the United States, 1787-1820, p. 1263
Benedict Anderson, To What Can Late Eighteenth-Century French, British, and American Anxieties Be Compared? Comment on Three Papers, p. 1281

REVIEW ESSAY
Hilda Sabato, On Political Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century Latin America, p. 1290

Reviews of Books, p. 1316
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1521
Other Books Received, p. 1524
Communications, p. 1534


a. 106, 2001, 3

In This Issue, p. xiv

ARTICLES
Larry Wolff, Dynastic Conservatism and Poetic Violence in Fin?de?Siècle Cracow: The Habsburg Matrix of Polish Modernism, p. 735
Joan Judge, Talent, Virtue, and the Nation: Chinese Nationalisms and Female Subjectivities in the Early Twerítieth Century, p. 765

AHR FORUM
Introduction, p. 804
John Bodnar, Saving Private Ryan and Postwar Memory in America, p. 805
Geoff Eley, Finding the People's War: Film, British Collective Memory, and World War II, p. 818
Denise J. Youngblood, A War Remembered: Soviet Films of the Great Patriotic War, p. 839
Jay Winter, Film and the Matrix of Memory, p. 857

FORUM ESSAY
Introduction, p. 865
Patrick Wolfe, Land, Labor, and Difference: Elementary Structures of Race, p. 866

REVIEW ESSAY
Hue-Tam Ho Tai, Remembered Realms: Pierre Nora and French National Memory, p. 906

Reviews of Books, p. 923
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 1117
Other Books Received, p. 1119
Communications, p. 1126


a. 106, 2001, 2

In This Issue, p. xiii

ARTICLES
A. Roger Ekirch, Sleep We Have Lost: Pre?industrial Slumber in the British Isles, p. 343
James A. Miller, Susan D. Pennybacker, Eve Rosenhaft, Mother Ada Wright and the International Campaign to Free the Scottsboro Boys, p. 387
Stephen Brooke, "A New Worid for Women "? Abortion Law Reform in Britain during the 1930s, p. 431
Scott Spector, Was the Third Reich Movie?Made? Interdisciplinarity and the Reframing of "Ideology ", p. 460
Nancy J. Jacobs, The Great Bophuthatswana Donkey Massacre: Discourse on the Ass and the Politics of Class and Grass, p. 485

REVIEW ESSAY
Gale Stokes, The Fates of Human Societies: A Review of Recent Macrohistories, p. 508

Reviews of Books, p. 526
Documents and Bibliographies, p. 709
Other Books Received, p. 712
Communications, p. 720


a. 106, 2001, 1

In This Issue, p. xiv

Presidential Address:
Eric Foner, American Freedon in Global Age, p. 1

ARTICLES
Kate Brown, Gridded Lives: Why Kasakhstan and Montana Are Nearly the Same Place, p. 17
Steve Marquardt, "Green Havoc ": Panama Disease, Environmental Change, and Labor Process in the Central American Banana Industry, p. 49
Charles Ambler, Popular Film and Colonial Audiences: The Movies in Northern Rhodesia, p. 81

REVIEW ESSAYS: SEEING LIKE A STATE
Introduction, p. 106
Jane Caplan, The State in the Field: Official Knowledge and Truant Practices, p. 107
Morton Keller, Looking at the State: An American Perspective, p. 114
Fernando Coronil, Smelling Like a Market, p. 119

Reviews of Books, p. 130
Film Reviews, p. 305
Collected Essays, p. 309
Documents And Bibliographies, p. 318
Other Books Received, p. 320
Communications, p. 330


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