American Historical Review (AHR)
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AHR 89, 1984

Philip D. Curtin, Depth, Span and Relevance, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1

John Eastburn Boswell, Exposition and Oblatio: The Abandonment of Children and the Ancien and Medieval Family, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 10

Lawrence W. Levine, William Shakespeare and the American People: A Study in Cultural Transformation, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 34

Kendrick A. Clements, Herbert Hoover and Conservation, 1921-33, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 67

   Reviews of Books, p. 89

Paul A. Rahe, The Primacy of Politics in Classical Greece, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 265

Peter H. Wood, La Salle: Discovery of a Lost Explorer, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 294

W. Peter Ward; Patricia C. Ward, Infant Birth Weight and Nutrition in Industrializeing Montreal, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 324

Melvyn P. Leffler, The American Conception of National Security and the Beginnings of the Cold War, 1945-48, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 346

John Lewis Gaddis; Bruce Kuniholm, Comments, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 382

Melvyn P. Leffler, Reply, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 391

   Reviews of Books, p. 401

Mary Beth Norton, The Evolution of White Women's Experience in Early America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 593

Paula Baker, The Domestication of Politics: Women and American Political Society, 1780-1920, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 620

Karen Offen, Depopulation, Nationalism and Feminism in Fin-de-Siècle France, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 648

M. Jeanne Peterson, No Angels in the House: The Victorian Myth and the Paget Women, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 677

Bonnie Smith, The Contribution of Women to Modern Historiography in Great Britain, France and the United States, 1750-1940, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 709

   Reviews of Books, p. 733

Dorothy Ross, Historical Consciousness in Nineteenth-Century America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 909

David D. van Tassel, From Learned Society to Professional Organization: The American Historical Association, 1884-1900, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 929

Morey D. Rothberg, "To Set a Standard of Workmanship and Compel Men to Conform to it": John Franklin Jameson as Editor of the American Historical Review, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 957

Daniel Joseph Singal, Beyond Consensus: Richard Hofstadter and American Historiography, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 976

August Meier; Elliott Rudwick, J. Franklin Jameson, Carter G. Woodson and the Foundations of Black Historiography, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1005

Emil Popock, Presidents of the American Historical Association: A Statistical Analysis, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1016

   Reviews of Books, p. 1037

John Higham, Herbert Baxter Adams and the Study of Local History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1225

Michael M. Sokal, The Gestalt Psychologists in Behaviorist America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1240

James S. Amelang, Barristers and Judges in Early Modern Barcelona: The Rise of a Legal Elite, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1264

A. Roger Ekirch, Great Britain's Secret Convict Trade to America, 1883-1784, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 89, 1984, p. 1285

   Reviews of Books, p. 1292


AHR 90, 1985

Arthur S. Link, The American Historical Association, 1884-1984: Retrospect and Prospect [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 1

Elliott J. Gorn, "Gouge and Bite, Pull Hair and Scratch": The Social Significance of Fighting in the Southern Backcountry, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 18

Michael J. Hogan, American Marshall Planners and the Search for a European Neocapitalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 44

Pauline Moffitt Watts, Prophecy and Discovery: On the Spiritual Origin of Christopher Columbus's "Enterprise of the Indies", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 73

   Reviews of Books, p. 103

Jon Kulka, Order and Chaos in Early America: Political and Social Stability in Pre-Restoration Virginia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 275

Stuart M. Blumin, The Hypothesis of Middle-Class Formation in Nineteenth-Century America: A Critique and Some Proposals, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 299

Thomas L. Haskell, Capitalism and the Origins of the Humanitarian Sensibility, Part 1, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 339

Jonathan C. Brown, Why Foreign Oil Companies Shifted Their Production from Mexico to Venezuela during the 1920s, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 362

   Reviews of Books, p. 386

Thomas L. Haskell, Capitalism and the Origins of the Humanitarian Sensibility, Part 2, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 547

T.J. Jackson Lears, The Concept of Cultural Hegemeny: Problems and Possibilities, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 567

Philip D. Curtin, Medical Knowledge and Urban Planning in Tropical Africa, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 594

John Patrick Diggins, Comrades and Citizens: New Mythologies in American Historiography, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 614

Paul Conkin, Comment [on John Patrick Diggins, Comrades and Citizens: New Mythologies in American Historiography], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 639

John Patrick Diggins, Reply, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 644

   Reviews of Books, p. 650

Peter N. Stearns; Carol Z. Stearns, Emotionology: Clarifying the History of Emotions and Emotional Standards, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 813

John M. Sherwood, Engels, Marx, Malthus and the Machine, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 837

Charles C. Noel, Missionary Preachers in Spain: Teaching Social Virtue in the Eighteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 866

Kemal H. Karpat, The Personality of Atatürk [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 893

   Reviews of Books, p. 900

Barbara Diefendorf, Prologue to a Massacre: Popular Unrest in Paris, 1557-1572, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 1067

Louis A. Pérez Jr., Vagrants, Beggars and Bandits: Social Origins of Cuban Separatism, 1878-1895, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 1092

Jean H. Quataert, The Shaping of Women's Work in Manufacturing: Guilds, Households and the State in Central Europe, 1648-1870, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 1122

John Komlos, Stature and Nutrition in the Habsburg Monarchy: The Standard of Living and Economic Development in the Eighteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 90, 1985, p. 1149

   Reviews of Books, p. 1162


AHR 91, 1986

William H. McNeill, Mythistory, or Truth, Myth, History and Historians [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 1

Gregory L. Freeze, The Soslovie (Estate) Paradigm and Russian Social History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 11

Robert Eric Frykenberg, Modern Education in South India, 1784-1854: Its Roots and Its Role as a Vehicle of Integration under Company Raj, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 37

David J. Weber, Turner, the Boltonians and the Borderlands, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 66

   Reviews of Books, p. 82

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall; Robert Korstad; James Leloudis, Cotton Mill People: Work, Community and Protest in the Textile South, 1880-1940, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 245

Wayne K. Durrill, Atrocious Misery: The African Origins of Famine in Northern Somalia, 1839-1884, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 287

John W. Cell, Anglo-Indian Medical Theory and the Origins of Segregation in West Africa, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 307

Thomas A. Kohut, Psychohistory as History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 336

   Reviews of Books, p. 355

John van Engen, The Christian Middle Ages as a Historiographical Problem, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 519

John B. Freed, Reflections on the Medieval German Nobility, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 553

David Berger, Mission to the Jews and Jewish-Christian Contacts in the Polemical Literature of the High Middle Ages, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 576

Jeremy Cohen, Scholarship and Intolerance in the Medieval Academy: The Study and Evaluation of Judaism in European Christendom, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 592

Gavin Langmuir, Comment [on: Jeremy Cohen, Scholarship and Intolerance in the Medieval Academy: The Study and Evaluation of Judaism in European Christendom], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 614

   Reviews of Books, p. 625

Stanley Chojnacki, Political Adulthood in Fifteenth-Century Venice, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 791

Susan O'Brien, A Transatlantic Community of Saints: The Great Awakening and the First Evangelical Network, 1735-1755, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 811

James C. Riley, Insects and the European Mortality Decline, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 833

Michael Les Benedict, Historians and the Continuing Controversy over Fair Use of Unpublished Manuscript Materials, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 859

   Reviews of Books, p. 882

Joan W. Scott, Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 1053

Anne Walthall, Japanese Gimin: Peasant Martyrs in Popular Memory, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 1076

Martyn P. Thompson, The History of Fundamental Law in Political Thought from the French Wars of Religion to the American Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 1103

John W. Briggs, Fertility and Cultural Change among Families in Italy and America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 1129

Eric H. Monkkonen, The Dangers of Synthesis, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 91, 1986, p. 1146

   Reviews of Books, p. 1158


AHR 92, 1987

Carl N. Degler, In Pursuit of American History [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 1

Charles Dellheim, The Creation of a Company Culture: Cadburys, 1861-1931, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 13

Robert J. Kaczorowski, To Begin the Nation Anew: Congress, Citizenship and Civil Rights after the Civil War, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 45

James Livingston, The Social Analysis of Economic History and Theory: Conjectures on Late Nineteenth-Century American Development, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 69

   Reviews of Books, p. 96

Michael P. Fitzsimmons, Privilege and the Polity in France, 1786-1791, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 269

William G. Rosenberg; Diane P. Koenker, The Limits of Formal Protest: Worker Activism and Social Polarization in Petrograd and Moscow, March to October, 1917, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 296

Jenny M. Jochens, The Politics of Reproduction: Medieval Norwegian Kingship, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 327

George C. Herring, America and Vietnam: The Debate Continues [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 350

Dale Reed; Michael Jakobson, Trotsky Papers at the Hoover Institution: One Chapter of an Archival Mystery Story, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 363

   Reviews of Books, p. 376

Carla Rahn Phillips, Time and Duration: A Model for the Economy of Early Modern Spain, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 531

Cheryll Ann Cody, There was no "Absalom" on the Ball Plantations: Slave-Naming Practices in the South Carolina Low Country, 1720-1865, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 563

Mary Kupiec Cayton, The Making of an American Prophet: Emerson, his Audiences and the Rise of the Culture Industry in Nineteenth-Century America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 597

James Axtell, Europeans, Indians and the Age of Discovery in American History Textbooks, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 621

   Reviews of Books, p. 633

David Brion Davis, Reflections on Abolitionism and Ideological Hegemony, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 797

John Ashworth, The Relationship between Capitalism and Humanitarianism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 813

Thomas L. Haskell, Convention and Hegemonic Interest in the Debate over Antislavery: A Reply to Davis and Ashworth, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 829

John E. Toews, Intellectual History after the Linguistic Turn: The Autonomy of Meaning and the Irreducibility of Experience [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 879

Richard Harvey Brown, Positivism, Relativism and Narrative in the Logic of the Historical Sciences [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 908

   Reviews of Books, p. 921

Kenneth R. Stow, The Jewish Family in the Rhineland in the High Middle Ages: Form and Function, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 1085

William H. McNeill, The Eccentricity of Wheels, or Eurasian Transportation in Historical Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 1111

Vincent Ilardi, Crosses and Carets: Renaissance Patronage and Coded Letters of Recommendation, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 1127

Robert L. Harris Jr., The Flowering of Afro-American History [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 1150

W. Andrew Achenbaum, Public History's Past, Present and Prospects [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 92, 1987, p. 1162

   Reviews of Books, p. 1175


AHR 93, 1988

Natalie Zemon Davis, History's Two Bodies [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1

Edward Berenson, The Politics of Divorce in France of the Belle Epoque: The Case of Joseph and Henriette Caillaux, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 31

Joshua A. Fogel, The Debates over the Asiatic Mode of Production in Soviet Russia, China and Japan, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 56

Robert I. Burns S.J., The Cursade against Al-Azraq: A Thirteenth-Century Mudejar Revolt in International Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 80

Randolph B. Campbell, Slave Hiring in Texas, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 107

   Reviews of Books, p. 115

James A. Schmiechen, The Victorians, the Historians and the Idea of Modernism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 287

John Howe, The Nobility's Reform of the Medieval Church, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 317

Stephanie L. Mooers, A Reevaluation of Royal Justice under Henry I of England, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 340

Andrejs Plakans; Charles Wetherell, The Kinship Domain in an East European Peasant Community: Pinkenhof, 1833-1850, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 359

   Reviews of Books, p. 387

Robert Finlay, The Refashioning of Martin Guerre, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 553

Natalie Zemon Davis, "On the Lame", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 572

William H. Sewell Jr., Uneven Development, the Autonomy of Politics and the Dockworkers of Nineteenth-Century Marseille, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 604

Mark Traugott, The Crowd in the French Revolution of February 1848, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 638

Marjorie Murphy, What Women Have Wrought [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 653

   Reviews of Books, p. 664

Steve J. Stern, Feudalism, Capitalism and the World-System in the Perspective of Latin America and the Caribbean, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 829

Immanuel Wallerstein, Comments on Stern's Critical Tests, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 873

Steve J. Stern, Reply "Ever More Solitary", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 886

Richard L. Garner, Long-Term Silver Mining Trends in Spanish America: A Comparative Analysis of Peru and Mexico, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 898

David Eltis; Lawrence C. Jennings, Trade between Western Africa and the Atlantic World in the Pre-Colonial Era, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 936

Sabine MacCormack, Pachacuti: Miracles, Punishments and Late Judgment: Visionary Past and Prophetic Future in Early Colonial Peru, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 960

   Reviews of Books, p. 1007

Robert A. Rosenstone, History in Images / History in Words: Reflections on the Possibility of Realy Putting History onto Film, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1173

David Herlihy, Am I a Camera? Other Reflections on Film and History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1186

Hayden White, Historiography and Historiophoty, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1193

John E. O'Connor, History in Images / Images in History: Reflections on the Importance of Film and Television Study for an Understanding of the Past, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1200

Robert Brent Toplin, The Filmmaker als Historian, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1210

Bertram Wyatt-Brown, The Mask of Obedience: Male Slave Psychology in the Old South, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1228

James A. Sandos, Junípero Serra's Canonization and the Historical Record, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1253

Alan E. Samuel, Philip and Alexander as Kings: Macedonian Monarchy and Merovingian Parallels, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 93, 1988, p. 1270

   Reviews of Books, p. 1287


AHR 94, 1989

Akira Iriye, The Internationalization of History [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1

Michael H. Kater, Forbidden Fruit? Jazz in the Third Reich, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 11

Daniel Scott Smith, "All in Some Degree Related to Each Other": A Demographic and Comparative Resolution of the Anomaly of New England Kinship, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 44

Philip West, Interpreting the Korean War [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 80

   Reviews of Books, p. 97

Timothy Tackett, Nobles and Third Estate in the Revolutionary Dynamic of the National Assemby, 1789-1790, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 271

William W. Hagen, Seventeenth-Century Crisis in Brandenburg: The Thirty Years' War, the Destabilization of Serfdom and the Rise of Absolutism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 302

James Given, The Inquisitors of Languedoc and the Medieval Technology of Power, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 336

David B. Miller, Monumental Building as an Indicator of Economic Trends in Northern Rus' in the Late Kievan and Mongol Periods, 1138-1462, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 360

Charles T. Wood, The Return of Medieval Politics [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 391

   Reviews of Books, p. 405

David Harlan, Intellectual History and the Return of Literature, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 581

David A. Hollinger, The Return of the Prodigal: The Persistence of Historical Knowing, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 610

David Harlan, Reply to David Hollinger, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 622

Allan Megill, Recounting the Past: "Description," Explanation and Narrative in Historiography, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 627

Theodore S. Hamerow, The Bureaucratization of History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 654

Gertrude Himmelfarb, Some Reflections on the New History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 661

Lawrence W. Levine, The Unpredictable Past: Reflections on Recent American Historiography, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 671

Joan Wallach Scott, History in Crisis? The Others' Side of the Story, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 680

John E. Toews, Perspectives on "The Old History and the New": A Comment, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 693

   Reviews of Books, p. 699

Eduard Mark, October or Thermidor? Interpretations of Stalinism and the Perception of Soviet Foreign Policy in the United States, 1927-1947, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 937

H.W. Brands, The Age of Vulnerability: Eisenhower and the National Insecurity State, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 963

Maurice Isserman, The Not-So-Dark and Bloody Ground: New Works on the 1960s [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 990

James T. Kloppenberg, Objectivity and Historicism: A Century of American Historical Writing [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1011

   Film Reviews, p. 1031

   Reviews of Books, p. 1053

Sarah Maza, Domestic Melodrama as Political Ideology: The Case of the Comte de Sanois, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1249

Peter McPhee, The French Revolution, Peasants and Capitalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1265

Jean-Pierre Hirsch, Revolutionary France, Cradle of Free Enterprise, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1281

David Geggus, Racial Equality, Slavery and Colonial Secession during the Constituent Assembly, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1290

Jack R. Censer, Commencing the Third Century of Debate, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1309

Joyce Appleby, One Good Turn Deserves Another: Moving beyond the Linguistic: A Response to David Harlan, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 94, 1989, p. 1326

   Reviews of Books, p. 1333


AHR 95, 1990

Louis R. Harlan, The Future of the American Historical Association [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1

Jane Landers, Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose: A Free Black Town in Spanish Colonial Florida, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 9

Loren Schweninger, Prosperous Blacks in the South, 1790-1880, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 31

Kenneth S. Greenberg, The Nose, the Lie and the Duel in the Antebellum South, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 57

Steven Hahn, Class and State in Postemancipation Societies: Southern Planters in Comparative Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 75

Charles van Onselen, Race and Class in the South African Countryside: Cultural Osmosis and Social Relations in the Sharecropping Economy of the South-Western Transvaal, 1900-1950, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 99

   Reviews of Books, p. 124

Thomas Childers, The Social Language of Politics in Germany: The Sociology of Political Discourse in the Weimar Republic, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 331

Walter L. Adamson, Modernism and Fascism: The Politics of Culture in Italy, 1903-1922, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 359

Borden W. Painter Jr., Renzo de Felice and the Historiography of Italian Fascism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 391

Patricia Ebrey, Cremation in Sung China, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 406

Fred Matthews, The Attack on "Humanism": Allan Bloom's Indictment of Contemporary American Historical Scholarship [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 429

   Reviews of Books, p. 448

Cecil O. Smith Jr., The Longest Run: Public Engineers and Planning in France, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 657

Dolores Greenberg, Energy, Power and Perceptions of Social Change in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 693

John M. Staudenmaier, Comment: Recent Trends in the History of Technology, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 715

A. Mark Smith, Knowing Things Inside Out: The Scientific Revolution from a Medieval Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 726

Richard Wortman, Rule by Sentiment: Alexander II's Journey through the Russian Empire, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 745

   Reviews of Books, p. 772

Susan Pedersen, Gender, Welfare and Citizenship in Britain during the Great War, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 983

Rachel G. Fuchs; Leslie Page Moch, Pregnant, Singe and Far from Home: Migrant Women in Nineteenth-Century Paris, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1007

Maureen A. Flanagan, Gender and Urban Political Reform: The City Club and The Woman's City Club of Chicago in the Progressive Era, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1032

Daniel J. Walkowitz, The Making of a Feminine Professional Identity: Social Workers in the 1920s, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1051

Seth Koven; Sonya Michel, Womanly Duties: Maternalist Politics and the Origins of Welfare States in France, Germany, Great Britain and the United States 1880-1920, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1076

Kathry Kish Sklar, Comment: A Call for Comparisons, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1109

   Film Reviews, p. 1115

   Reviews of Books, p. 1151

Carl Abbott, Dimensions of Regional Change in Washington D.C., in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1367

Ronald Tobey; Charles Wetherell; Jay Brigham, Moving Out and Settling In: Residential Mobility, Home Owning and the Public Enframing of Citizenship, 1921-1950, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1395

Peter Sahlins, Natural Frontiers Revisited: France's Boundaries since the Seventeenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1423

Isser Woloch, On the Latent Illiberalism of the French Revolution [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1452

Judith Walzer Leavitt, Medicine in Context: A Review Essay of the History of Medicine [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 95, 1990, p. 1471

   Reviews of Books, p. 1485


AHR 96, 1991

David Herlihy, Family [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1

David Nicholas, Of Poverty and Primacy: Demand, Liquidity and the Flemish Economic Miracle, 1050-1200, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 17

R.B. Goheen, Peasant Politics? Village Community and the Crown in Fifteenth-Century England, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 42

Peter N. Stearns; Timothy Haggerty, The Role of Fear: Transitions in American Emotional Standards for Children, 1850-1950, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 63

Tamara K. Hareven, The History of the Family and the Complexity of Social Change, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 95

   Reviews of Books, p. 125

Steven J. Ross, Struggles for the Screen: Workers, Radicals and the Political Uses of Silent Film, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 333

Melissa L. Meyer, "We Can Not Get a Living as We Used To": Dispossession and the White Earth Anishinaabeg, 1889-1920, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 368

Leon Fink, "Intellectuals" versus "Workers": Academic Requirements and the Creation of Labor History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 395

Ellen Fitzpatrick, Rethinking the Intellectual Origins of American Labor History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 422

Leon Fink, Response [to: Ellen Fitzpatrick, Rethinking the Intellectual Origins of American Labor History], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 429

Everard H. Smith, Chambersburg: Anatomy of a Confederate Reprisal, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 432

Steven F. Lawson, Freedom Then, Freedom Now: The Historiography of the Civil Rights Movement, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 456

   Reviews of Books, p. 472

J.H. Hexter, Carl Becker, Professor Novick and Me; or, Cheer Up, Professor N.!, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 675

Linda Gordon, Comments on That Noble Dream, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 683

David Hollinger, Postmodernist Theory and Wissenschaftliche Practice, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 688

Allan Megill, Fragmentation and the Future of Historiography, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 693

Peter Novick, My Correct Views on Everything, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 699

Dorothy Ross, Afterword, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 704

Seymour Drescher, British Way, French Way: Opinion Building and Revolution in the Second French Slave Emancipation, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 709

Stuart B. Schwartz, The Voyage of the Vassals: Royal Power, Noble Obligations and Merchant Capital before the Portuguese Restoration of Independence, 1624-1640, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 735

Mark Bassin, Inventing Siberia: Visions of the Russian East in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 763

Steven L. Hoch, The Banking Crisis, Peasant Reform and Economic Development in Russia, 1857-1861, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 795

   Reviews of Books, p. 821

Ian Ryrrell, American Exceptionalism in an Age of International History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1031

Michael McGerr, The Price of the "New Transnational History", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1056

Ian Ryrrell, Respose [to: Michael McGerr, The Price of the "New Transnational History"], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1068

Arthur S. Waldron, The Warlord: Twentieth-Century Chinese Understandings of Violence, Militarism and Imperialism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1073

John K. Thornton, African Dimensions of the Stono Rebellion, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1101

   Film Reviews, p. 1114

   Reviews of Books, p. 1148

Rashid Khalidi, Arab Nationalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1363

Philip S. Khoury, Continuity and Change in Syrian Political Life: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1374

John F. Devlin, The Baath Party: Rise and Metamorphosis, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1396

Marion Farouk-Sluglett; Peter Sluglett, The Historiography of Modern Iraq, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1408

Afaf Lutfi Al-Sayyid Marsot, Survey of Egyptian Works of History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1422

J.E. Peterson, The Arabian Peninsula in Modern Times: A Historiographical Survey, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1435

Kenneth W. Stein, A Historiographic Review of Literature on the Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1450

Bernard Reich, Themes in the History of the State of Israel, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1466

Shaul Bakhash, Iran, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 96, 1991, p. 1479

   Reviews of Books, p. 1497


AHR 97, 1992

Willaim E. Leuchtenburg, The Historian and the Public Realm [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1

Linda Gordon, Social Insurance and Public Assistance: The Influence of Gender in Welfare Thought in the United States, 1890-1935, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 19

Nancy Fitch, Mass Culture, Mass Parliamentary Politics and Modern Anti-Semitism: The Dreyfus Affair in Rural France, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 55

Mercedes Vilanova, Anarchism, Political Participation and Illiteracy in Barcelona between 1934 and 1936, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 96

Patricia Nelson Limerick, The Multicultural Islands [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 121

Michael Kazin, The grass-Roots Right: New Histories of U.S. Conservatism in the Twentieth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 136

   Reviews of Books, p. 156

Linda K. Kerber, The Paradox of Women's Citizenship in the Early Republic: The Case of Martin vs. Massachusetts, 1805, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 349

Sarah Deutsch, Learning to Talk More Like a Man: Boston Women's Class-Bridging Organizations, 1870-1940, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 379

Russell Jacoby, A New Intellectual History?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 405

Dominick LaCapra, Intellectual History and Its Ways, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 425

Molly Myerowitz Levine, The Use and Abuse of Black Athena [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 440

Robert L. Pounder, Black Athena 2: History without Rules [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 461

Janet J. Ewald, Slavery in Africa and the Slave Trades from Africa [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 465

Marcus Raskin, JFK and the Culture of Violence, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 487

Michael Rogin, JFK: The Movie, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 500

Robert A. Rosenstone, JFK: Historical Fact / Historical Film, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 506

   Reviews of Books, p.

Paul W. Schroeder, Did the Vienna Settlement Rest on a Balance of Power?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 683

Enno E. Kraehe, A Bipolar Balance of Power, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 707

Robert Jervis, A Political Science Perspective on the Balance of Power and the Concert, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 716

Wolf D. Gruner, Was there a Reformed Balance of Power System or Cooperative Great Power Hegemony?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 725

Paul. W. Schroeder, A Mild Rejoinder, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 733

Kathleen Canning, Gender and the Politics of Class Formation: Rethinking German Labor History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 736

Jacqueline Goggin, Challenging Sexual Discrimination in the Historical Profession: Women Historians and the American Historical Association, 1890-1940, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 769

Yuri L. Bessmertny, August 1991 as seen by a Moscow Historian, or the Fate of Medieval Studies in the Soviet Era, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 803

   Reviews of Books, p.

Piotr S. Wandycz, Poland [Historiography of the Countries of Eastern Europe], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1011

Jiri Koralka, Czechoslovakia [Historiography of the Countries of Eastern Europe], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1026

István Deák, Hungary [Historiography of the Countries of Eastern Europe], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1041

Keith Hitchins, Romania [Historiography of the Countries of Eastern Europe], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1064

Ivo Banac, Yugoslavia [Historiography of the Countries of Eastern Europe], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1084

Maria Todorova, Bulgaria [Historiography of the Countries of Eastern Europe], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1105

Ben Kiernan, The Vietnam War: Alternative Endings [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1118

   Film Reviews, p. 1138

   Reviews of Books, p. 1173

Lawrence W. Levine, The Folklore of Industrial Society: Popular Culture and its Audiences, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1369

Robin D.G. Kelley, Notes on Deconstructing "The Folk", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1400

Natalie Zemon Davis, Toward Mixtures and Margins, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1409

T.J. Jackson Lears, Making Fun of Popular Culture, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1417

Lawrence W. Levine, Levine Responds, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1427

Jeffrey Brooks, Official Xenophobia and Popular Cosmopolitanism in Early Soviet Russia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1431

Diana Delia, From Romance to Rhetoric: The Alexandrian Library in Classical and Islamic Traditions, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1449

Pamela Kyle Crossley, The Rulerships of China [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 97, 1992, p. 1468

   Reviews of Books, p.


AHR 98, 1993

Frederic Wakeman Jr., Voyages [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1

Michael D. Bess, E.P. Thompson: The Historian as Activist, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 18

Paul Freedman, The German and Catalan Peasant Revolts, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 39

Victoria E. Bonnell, The Peasant Woman in Stalinist Political Art of the 1930s, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 55

John E. Wills Jr., Maritime Asia, 1500-1800: The Interactive Emergence of European Domination [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 83

John Mack Faragher, The Frontier Trail: Rethinking Turner and Reimagining the American West [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 106

   Reviews of Books, p. 118

David A. Hollinger, How Wide the Circle of the "We"? American Intellectuals and the Problem of the Ethnos since World War II, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 317

Laura Engelstein, Combined Underdevelopment: Discipline and the Law in Imperial and Soviet Russia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 338

Rudy Koshar, Foucault and Social History: Comments on "Combined Underdevelopment", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 354

Jan Goldstein, Framing Discipline with Law: Problems and Promises of the Liberal State, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 364

Laura Engelstein, Reply, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 376

Londa Schiebinger, Why Mammals are called Mammals: Gender Politics in Eighteenth-Century Natural History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 382

Carole Shammas, A New Look at Long-Term Trends in Wealth Inequality in the United States, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 412

Nell Irvin Painter, Malcolm X across the Genres, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 432

Gerald Horne, "Myth" and the Making of "Malcolm X", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 440

   Reviews of Books, p. 451

Mary Louise Roberts, Samson and Delilah Revisited: The Politics of Women's Fashion in 1920s France, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 647

Peter Fritzsche, Machine Dreams: Airmindedness and the Reinvention of Germany, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 685

Sheldon Garon, The Word's Oldes Debate? Prostitution and the State in Imperial Japan, 1900-1945, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 710

Valerie A. Kivelson, The Devil Stole His Mind: The Tsar and the 1648 Moscow Uprising, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 733

Charles Bergquist, Labor History and Its Challenges: Confessions of a Latin Americanist, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 757

Thomas F. O'Brien, The Revolutionary Mission: American Enterprise in Cuba, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 765

Jonathan C. Brown, Foreign and Native-Born Workers in Porfirian Mexico, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 786

   Reviews of Books, p. 819

J. Arch Getty; Gábor T. Rittersporn; Viktor N. Zemskov, Victims of the Soviet Penal System in the Pre-war Years: A First Approach on the Basis of Archival Evidence, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1017

Peter A. Coclanis, Distant Thunder: The Creation of a World Market in Rice and the Transformations It Wrought, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1050

James L. Huston, The American Revolutionaries, the Political Economy of Aristocracy and the American Concept of the Distribution of Wealth, 1765-1900, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1079

Carl Strikwerda, The Troubled Origins of European Economic Integration: International Iron and Steel and Labor Migration in the Era of World War I, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1106

Paul W. Schroeder, Economic Integration and the European International System in the Era of World War I, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1130

Carl Strikwerda, Response to [Paul W. Schroeder,] "Economic Integration and the European International System in the Era of World War I", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1138

Marc Raeff, Autocracy tempered by Reform or by Regicide? [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1143

   Film Reviews, p. 1156

   Reviews of Books, p. 1193

David Eltis, Europeans and the Rise and Fall of African Slavery in the Americas: An Interpretation, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1399

Liana Vardi, Construing the Harvest: Gleaners, farmers and Officials in Early Modern France, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1424

Margaret Lavinia Anderson, Voter, Junker, Landrat, Priest: The Old Authorities and the New Franchise in Imperial Germany, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1448

Marci Sortor, Saint-Omer and Its Textile Trades in the Late Middle Ages: A Contribution to the Proto-industrialization Debate, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1475

Gordon H. Chang; He Di, The Absence of War in the U.S.-China Confrontation over Quemoy and Matsu in 1954-1955: Contingency, Luck, Deterrence?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1500

Joanna Waley-Cohen, China and Western Technology in the Late Eighteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1525

James Hoopes, Objectivity and Relativism Affirmed: Historical Knowledge and the Philosophy of Charles S. Peirce [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 98, 1993, p. 1545

   Reviews of Books, p. 1556


AHR 99, 1994

Louis A. Tilly, Connections [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1

Caroline Ford, Private Lives and Public Order in Restoration France: The Seduction of Emily Loveday, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 21

Seymour Drescher, The Long Goodbye: Dutch Capitalism and Antislavery in Comparative Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 44

Rebecca J. Scott, Defining the Boundaries of Freedom in the World of Cane: Cuba, Brazil and Louisiana after Emancipation, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 70

Steven Ruggles, The Transformation of the American Family Structure, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 103

Hitomi Tonomura, Black Hair and Red Trousers: Gendering the Flesh in Medieval Japan, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 129

David G. Rowley, Russian Nationalism and the Cold War [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 155

   Reviews of Books, p. 172

Michael O'Malley, Specie and Species: Race and the Money Question in Nineteenth-Century America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 369

Nell Irvin Painter, Thinking about the Languages of Money and Race: A Response to Michael O'Malley, "Specie and Species", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 396

Michael O'Malley, Response to Nell Irvin Painter, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 405

Alan Brinkley, The Problem of American Conservatism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 409

Susan M. Yohn, Will the Real Conservative Please Stand Up? or, The Pitfalls Involved in Examining Ideological Sympathies: A Comment on Alan Brinkley's "Problem of Amrican Conservatism", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 430

Leo P. Ribuffo, Why Is There So Much Conservatism in the United States and Why Do So Few Historians Know Anything about It?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 438

Alan Brinkley, Response to the Comments of Leo Ribuffo and Susan Yohn, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 450

Ronald F. Formisano, The Invention of the Ethnocultural Interpretation, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 453

Ida Altman; Reginald D. Butler, The Contact of Cultures: Perspectives on the Quincentenary [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 478

   Reviews of Books, p. 504

Michael S. Roth, Performing History: Modernist contextualism in Carl Schorske's Fin-de-Siècle Vienna, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 729

Harry Liebersohn, Discovering Indigenous Nobility: Tocqueville, Chamisso and Romantic Travel Writing, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 746

Christopher Waldrep, The Making of a Border State Society: James McGready, the Great Revival and the Prosecution of Profanity in Kentucky, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 767

Gabriella Berti Logan, The Desire to Contribute: An Eighteenth-Century Italian Woman of Science, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 785

Richard Kieckhefer, The Specific Rationality of Medieval Magic, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 813

David Joravsky, Communism in Historical Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 837

   Reviews of Books, p. 858

Gary Gerstle, The Protean Character of American Liberalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1043

Kenneth Lipartito, When Women Were Switches: Technology, Work and Gender in the Telephone Industry, 1890-1920, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1074

Sandra Stanley Holton, "To Educate Women into Rebellion": Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Creation of a Transatlantic Network of Radical Suffragists, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1112

Barbara Donagan, Atrocity, War Crime and Treason in the English Civil War, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1137

Seth Koven, Remembering and Dismemberment: Crippled Children, Wounded Soldiers and the Great War in Great Britain, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1167

Brett Fairbairn, History from the Ecological Perspecive: Gaia Theory and the Problem of Cooperatives in Turn-of-the-Century Germany, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1203

   Film Reviews, p. 1240

   Reviews of Books, p. 1274

Gyan Prakash, Subaltern Studies as Postcolonia Criticism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1475

Florencia E. Mallon, The Promise and Dilemma of Subaltern Studies: Perspectives from Latin American History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1491

Frederick Cooper, Conflict and Connection: Rethinking Colonial African History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1516

William M. Reddy, Condottieri of the Pen: Journalists and the Public Sphere in Postrevolutionary France (1815-1850), in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1546

Leila J. Rupp, Constructing Internationalism: The Case of Transnational Women's Organizations, 1888-1945, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1571

Eric Arnesen, "Like Banquo's Ghost, It Will Not Down": The Race Question and the American Railroad Brotherhoods, 1880-1920, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 99, 1994, p. 1601

   Reviews of Books, p. 1634


AHR 100, 1995

Thomas C. Holt, Marking: Race, Race-making and the Writing of History [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1

Mary W. Blanchard, Boundaries and the Victorian Body: Aesthetic Fashion in Gilded Age America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 21

Jeffrey D. Needell, Identity, race, gender and Modernity in the Origins of Gilberto Freyre's Oeuvre, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 51

Ralph V. Turner, The Problem of Survival for the Angevin "Empire": Henry II's and His Sons' Vision versus Late Twelfth-Century Realities, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 78

Wen-hsin Yeh, Corporate Space, Communal Time: Everyday Life in Shanghai's Bank of China, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 97

   Reviews of Books, p. 123

Karen Halttunen, Humanitarianism and the Pornography of Pain in Anglo-American Culture, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 303

Pamela Scully, Rape, Race and Colonial Culture: The Sexual Politics of Identity in the Nineteenth-Century Cape Colony, South Africa, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 335

John Markoff, Violence, Emancipation and Democracy: The Countryside and the French Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 360

J. William Harris, Etiquette, Lynching and Racial Boundaries in Southern History: A Mississippi Example, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 387

John A. Phillips; Charles Wetherell, The Great Reform Act of 1832 and the Political Modernization of England, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 411

Russell A. Kazal, Revisiting Assimilation: The Rise, Rall and Reappraisal of a Concept in American Ethnic History [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 437

   Reviews of Books, p. 472

David L. Ransel, Volume 100, No. 3, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 645

Dorothy Ross, Grand Narrative in American Historical Writing: From Romance to Uncertainty, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 651

Gordon S. Wood, A Century of Writing Early American History: Then and Now Compared; or How Henry Adams Got It Wrong, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 678

Patricia Nelson Limerick, Turnerians All: The Dream of a Helpful History in an Intelligible World, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 697

R. David Edmunds, Native Americans, New Voices: American Indian History, 1895-1995, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 717

Thomas Cripps, Historical Truth: An Interview with Ken Burns, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 741

Earl Lewis, To Turn as on a Pivot: Writing African Americans into a History of Overlapping Diasporas, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 765

Nicholas Lemann, History Solo: Non-academic Historians, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 788

Dominick LaCapra, History, Language and Reading: Waiting for Crillon, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 799

Mark H. Leff, Revisioning U.S. Political History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 829

Greg Dening, "P 905 .A512 x 100": An Ethnographic Essay, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 854

   Reviews of Books, p. 865

David L. Ransel, Summing Up, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1009

Walter LaFeber, The World and the United States, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1015

Michael Geyer; Charles Bright, World History in a Global Age, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1034

Robin Fleming, Picturesque History and the Medieval in Nineteenth-Century America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1061

Edward Muir, The Italian Renaissance in America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1095

Lynn Hunt, Forgetting and Remembering: The French Revolution Then and Now, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1119

Terence Emmons, Russia Then and Now in the Pages of the American Historical Review and Elsewhere: A Few Centennial Notes, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1136

Bonnie G. Smith, Gender and the Practices of Scientific History: The Seminar and Archival Research in the Nineteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1150

Alfred W. Crosby, The Past and Present of Environmental History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1177

   Film Reviews, p. 1190

   Reviews of Books, p. 1231

Luise White, "The Could Make Their Victims Dull": Genders and Genres, Fantasies and Cures in Colonial Southern Uganda, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1379

David A. Bell, Lingua Populi, Lingua Dei: Language, Religion and the Origins of French Revolutionary Nationalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1403

Diane P. Koenker, Men against Women on the Shop Floor in Early Soviet Russia; Gender and Class in the Socialist Workplace, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1438

Regina Kunzel, Pulp Fictions and Problem Girls: Reading and Rewriting Single Pregnancy in the Postwar United States, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1465

Michael Kazin, The Agony and Romance of the American Left [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 100, 1995, p. 1488

   Reviews of Books, p. 1513


AHR 101, 1996

John H. Coatsworth, Welfare [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1

Colin Jones, The Great Chaint of Buying: Medical Advertisement, the Bourgeois Public Sphere and the Origins of the French Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 13

Steven M. Stowe, Seeing Themselves at Work: Physicians and the Case Narrative in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century American South, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 41

Margaret H. Darrow, French Volunteer Nursing and the Myth of War Experience in World War I, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 80

Ronald Witt, Introduction: Hans Baron's Renaissance Humanism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 107

Ronald Witt, The Crisis after Forty Years, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 110

John M. Najemy, Baron's Machiavelli and Renaissance Republicanism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 119

Craig Kallendorf, The Historical Petrarch, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 130

Werner Gundersheimer, Hans Baron's Renaissance Humanism: A Comment, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 142

   Reviews of Books, p. 145

David Harley, Explaining Salem: Calvinist Psychology and the Diagnosis of Possession, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 307

Samuel Brunk, "The Sad Situation of Civilians and Soldiers": The Banditry of Zapatismo in the Mexican Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 331

Elizabeth Heineman, The Hour of the Woman: Memories of Germany's "Crisis Years" and West German National Identity, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 354

Robert M. Collins, The Economic Crisis of 1968 and the Waning of the "American Century", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 396

Richard L. Kagan, Prescott's Paradigm: American Historical Scholarship and the Decline of Spain [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 423

   Reviews of Books, p. 447

Richard C. Hoffmann, Economic Development and Aquatic Ecosystems in Medieval Europe, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 631

David Prochaska, History as Literature, Literature as History: Cagayous of Algiers, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 670

Peter H. Hansen, The Dancing Lamas of Everest: Cinema, Orientalism and Anglo-Tibetan Relations in the 1920s, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 712

Michael Grossberg, Introduction, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 748

Jerry Bentley, Cross-Cultural Interaction and Periodization in World History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 749

Patrick Manning, The Problem of Interactions in World History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 771

William V. Hudon, Religion and Society in Early Modern Italy — Old Quesitons, New Insights [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 783

   Reviews of Books, p.

John C. Weaver, Beyond the Fatal Shore: Pastoral Squatting and the Occupation of Australia, 1826 to 1852, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 980

Robert G. Moeller, War Stories: The Search for a Usable Past in the Federal Republic of Germany, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1008

   Introduction, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1049

Lizbeth Cohen, From Town Center to Shopping Center: The Reconfiguration of Community Marketplaces in Postwar America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1050

Thomas W. Hanchett, U.S. Tax Policy and the Shopping-Center Boom of the 1950s and 1960s, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1082

Kenneth T. Jackson, All the World's a Mall: Reflections on the Social and Economic Consequences of the American Shopping Center, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1111

Frederick Cooper, Race, Ideology and the Perils of Comparative History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1122

   Film Reviews, p. 1139

   Reviews of Books, p.

Liana Vardi, Imagining the Harvest in Early Modern Europe, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1356

Francisco A. Scarano, The Jíbaro Masquerade and the Subaltern Politics of Creole Identity Formation in Puerto Rico, 1745-1823, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1398

Mark M. Smith, Old South Time in Comparative Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1432

Brian A. Porter, The Social Nation and its Futures: English Liberalism and Polish Nationalism in Late Nineteenth-Century Warsaw, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1470

Sarah Maza, Stories in History: Cultural Narratives in Recent Works in European History [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 101, 1996, p. 1493

   Reviews of Books, p. 1516


AHR 102, 1997

   Film Reviewing in the AHR, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. XVIII

Caroline Walker Bynum, Wonder [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1

Sarah Hanley, Social Sites of Political Practice in France: Lawsuits, Civil Rights and the Separation of Powers in Domestic and State Government, 1500-1800, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 27

Donna Harsch, Society, the State and Abortion in East Germany, 1950-1972, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 53

   Reviews of Books, p. 85

Kevin M. Doak, What Is a Nation and Who Belongs? National Narratives and the Ethnic Imagination in Twentieth-Century Japan, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 283

Elizabeth Dale, "Social Equality Does Not Exist among Themselves, nor among Us": Baylies vs. Curry and Civil Rights in Chicago, 1888, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 311

Beth Tompkins Bates, A New Crowd Challenges the Agenda of the Old Guard in the NAACP, 1933-1941, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 340

Kevin Gaines, Rethinking Race and Class in Afican-Amrican Struggles for Equality, 1885-1941, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 378

Patrick Wolfe, Imperialism and History: A Century of Theory, from Marx to Postcolonialism [Review Article], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 388

   Reviews of Books, p. 421

Nancy Shoemaker, How Indians Got to Be Red, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 625

D.R. Woolf, A Feminine Past? Gender, Genre and Historical Knowledge in England, 1500-1800, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 645

Ussama Makdisi, Reclaiming the Land of the Bible: Missionaries, Secularism and Evangelical Modernity, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 680

Nicoletta F. Gullace, Sexual Violence and Family Honor: British Propaganda and International Law during the First World War, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 714

H.V. Nelles, American Exceptionalism: A Double-Edged Sword [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 749

J. Victor Koschmann, The Nationalism of Cultural Uniqueness [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 758

Mary Nolan, Against Exceptionalisms [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 769

   Reviews of Books, p. 775

Pier M. Larson, "Capacities and Modes of Thinking": Intellectual Engagements and Subaltern Hegemony in the Early History of Malagasy Christianity, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 696

Angela Woollacott, "All This Is the Empire, I Told Myself": Australian Women's Voyages "Home" and the Articulation of Colonial Whiteness, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1003

Prasenjit Duara, Transnationalism and the Predicament of Sovereignty: China, 1900-1945, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1030

William Roger Louis, Hong Kong: The Critical Phase, 1945-1949, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1052

Sarah A. Kent, Writing the Yugoslav Wars: English-Language Books on Bosnia (1992-1996) and the Challenges of Analyzing Contemporary History [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1085

   Reviews of Books, p. 1115

John Martin, Inventing Sincerity, Refashioning Prudence: The Discovery of the Individual in Renaissance Europe, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1309

Warwick Anderson, The Trespass Speaks: White Masculinity and Colonial Breakdown, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1343

Susan A. Crane, Writing the Individual Back into Collective Memory, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1372

Alon Confino, Collective Memory and Cultural History: Problems of Method, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1386

Daniel James, Meatpackers, Peronists and Collective Memory: A View from the South, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1404

Jay M. Smith, No More Language Games: Words, Beliefs and the Political Culture of Early Modern France [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 102, 1997, p. 1413

   Reviews of Books, p. 1441


AHR 103, 1998

Joyce Appleby, The Power of History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1

Carter Vaughn Findley, An Ottoman Occidentalist in Europe: Ahmed Midhat Meets Madam Gülnar, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 15

Paula Findley; Kenneth Gouwens, Introduction: The Persistence of the Renaissance, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 51

Kenneth Gouwens, Perceiving the Past: Renaissance Humanism after the "Cognitive Turn", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 55

Paula Findlen, Possessing the past. The material world of the italian Renaissance, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 83

William J. Bouwsma, Eclipse of the Renaissance, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 115

Anthony Grafton, The Rivival of Antiquity: A Fan's Notes on Recent Work, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 118

Randolph Starn, Renaissance Redux, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 122

Jan Lewis; Peter S. Onuf, American Synecdoche: Thomas Jefferson as Image, icon, Character and Self [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 125

   Reviews of Books, p. 137

Sharon Farmer, Down and Out and Female in Thirteenth-Century Paris, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 345

Bert Hansen, America's First Medical Breakthrough: How Popular Excitement about a French Rabies Cure in 1885 Raised New Expectations for Medical Progress, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 373

Alice L. Conklin, Colonialism and Human Rights, a Contradiction in Terms? The Case of France and West Africa, 1895-1914, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 419

Daniel J. Sherman, Bodies and Names: The Emergence of Commemoration in Interwar France, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 443

Frank Dikötter, Race Culture: Recent Perspectives on the History of Eugenics, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 467

   Reviews of Books, p. 479

Paul Freedmann; Gabrielle M. Spiegel, Medievalisms Old and New: The Rediscovery of Alterity in North American Medieval Studies, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 677

Steve Pincus, Neither Machiavellian Moment nor Possessive Individualism: Commercial Society and the Defenders of the English Commonwealth, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 705

Tyler Stovall, The Color Line behind the Lines: Racial Violence in France during the Great War, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 737

   Introduction, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 770

Omer Bartov, Defining Enemies, Making Victims: Germans, Jews and the Holocaust, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 771

Mary Louise Roberts, Gender, Consumption and Commodity Culture [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 817

   Reviews of Books, p. 845

David Yosifon; Peter N. Stearns, The Rise and Fall of American Posture, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1057

Rebecca E. Karl, Creating Asia: China in the World at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1096

Antoinette Burton, From Child Bride to "Hindoo Lady": Rukhmabai and the Debate on Sexual Responsibility in Imperial Britain, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1119

Sonya O. Rose, Sex, Citizenship and the Nation in World War II Britain, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1147

   Introduction, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1177

Paul B. Miller, Imagined Enemies, Real Victims: Bartov's Transcendent Holocaust, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1178

Samuel Moyn, Two Regimes of Memory, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1182

Vinay Lal, Genocide, Barbaric Others and theViolence of Categories: A Response to Omer Bartov, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1187

Omer Bartov, Reply [to Vinay Lal], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1191

Hugh Cunningham, Histories of Childhood [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1195

   Reviews of Books, p. 1209

T.H. Breen; Timothy Hall, Structuring Provincial Imagination: The Rhetoric and Experience of Social Change in Eighteenth-Century New England, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1411

Nancy F. Cott, Marriage and Women's Citizenship in the United States, 1830-1934, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1440

Julia H. Thomas, Photography, National Identity and the "Cataract of Times": Wartime Images and the Case of Japan, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1475

   Introduction [to AHR Forum: Histories and Historical Fictions], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1502

Margaret Atwood, In Search of Alias Grace: On Writing Canadian Historical Fiction, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1503

Lynn Hunt, "No Longer an Evenly Flowing River": Time, History and the Novel, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1517

Jonathan D. Spence, Margaret Atwood and the Edges of History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1522

John Demos, In Search of Reasons for Historians to Read Novels …, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1526

Roy Rosenzweig, Wizards, Bureaucrats, Warrios and Hackers: Writing the History of the Internet [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 103, 1998, p. 1530

   Reviews of Books, p. 1553


AHR 104, 1999

Joseph C. Miller, History and Africa / Africa and History [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 1

Jorge Cañizares Esguerra, New World, New Stars: Patriotic Astrology and the Invention of Indian and Creole Bodies in Colonial Spanish America, 1600-1650, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 33

Philip T. Hoffman; Gilles Postel-Vinay; Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, Information and Economic History: How the Credit Market in Old Regime Paris Forces Us to Rethink the Transition to Capitalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 69

Sanjay Seth, Rewriting Histories of Nationalism: The Politics of "Moderate Nationalism" in India, 1870-1905, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 95

Timothy J. Gilfoyle, Prostitutes in History: From Parables of Pornography to Metaphors of Modernity [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 117

   Reviews of Books, p. 142

Paul E. Lovejoy; David Richardson, Trust, Pawnship and Atlantic History: The Institutional Foundations of the Old Calabar Slave Trade, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 333

Louis A. Pérez Jr., Incurring a Debt of Gratitude: 1898 and the Moral Sources of United States Hegemeony in Cuba, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 356

Padraic Kenney, The Gender of Resistance in Communist Poland, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 399

   Introduction [to AHR Forum: The New British History in Atlantic Perspective], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 426

David Armitage, Greater Britain: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 427

Jane Ohlmeyer, Seventeenth-Century ireland and the New British and Atlantic Histories, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 446

Ned C. Landsman, Nation, Migration and the Province in the First British Empire: Scotland and the Americas, 1600-1800, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 463

Eliga H. Gould, A Virtual Nation: Greater Britain and the Imperial legacy of the American Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 476

J.G.A. Pocock, The New British History in Atlantic Perspecitve: An Antipodean Commentary, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 490

Melvyn P. Leffler, The Cold War: What do "We Now Know"? [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 501

   Reviews of Books, p. 525

Jeremy D. Popkin, Historians on the Autobriographical Frontier, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 725

John E. Crowley, The Sensibility of Comfort, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 749

Lisa A. Lindsay, Domesticity and Difference: Male Breadwinners, Working Women and Colonial Citizenship in the 1945 Nigerian General Strike, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 783

   Introduction [to Forum Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 813

Jeremy Adelman; Stephen Aron, From Berderlands to Borders: Empires, Nation-States and the Peoples in Between in North American History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 814

Daqing Yang, Convergence of Divergence? Recent Historical Writings on the Rape of Nanjing [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 104, 1999, p. 842

   Reviews of Books, p. 866

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AHR 105, 2000

Robert Darnton, An Early Information Society: News and the Media in Eighteenth-Century Paris [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1

Esther Cohen, The Animated Pain of the Body, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 36

Janet J. Ewald, Crossers of the Sea: Slaves, Freedmen and Other Migrants in the Northwestern Indian Ocean, c. 1750-1914, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 69

   Introduction [to AHR Forum: Revolutions in the Americas, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 92

Jack P. Greene, The American Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 93

Franklin W. Knight, The Haitian Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 103

Virginia Guedea, The Process of mexican Independence, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 116

Jaime E. Rodríguez, The Emancipation of America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 131

Merle Goldman, Restarting Chinese History [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 153

   Reviews of Books, p. 165

Thomas W. Gallant, Honor, Masculinity and Ritual Knife Fighting in Ninteenth-Century Greece, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 359

David C. Engerman, Modernization from the Other Shore: American Observers and the Costs of Soviet Economic Development, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 383

Thomas Benjamin, A Time of Reconquest: History, the Maya Revival and the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 417

   Introduction [to AHR Forum: Crossing Slavery's Boundaries], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 451

David Brion Davis, Looking at Slavery from Broader Perspectives, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 452

Peter Kolchin, The Big Picture: A Comment on David Brion Davis's "Looking at Slavery from Broader Perspectives", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 467

Rebecca J. Scott, Small-Scale Dynamics of Large-Sacle Processes, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 472

Stanley L. Engerman, Slavery at Different Times and Places, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 480

   Introduction [to Review Essays: Counting and Power], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 485

Roger Hart, The Great Explanandum [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 486

Margaret C. Jacob, Thinking Unfashionable Thoughts, Asking Unfashionable Questions [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 494

Jack A. Goldstone, Whose Measure of Reality? [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 501

   Reviews of Books, p. 509

Timothy Tackett, Conspiracy Obsession in a Time of Revolution: French Elites and the Origins of the Terror, 1789-1792, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 691

Steven C. Topik, When Mexico Had the Blues: A Transatlatic Tale of Bonds, Bankers and Nationalists, 1862-1910, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 714

Matthew Connelly, Taking Off the Cold War Lens: Visions of North-South Conflict during the Algerian War for Independence, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 739

Daniel A. Segal, "Western Civ" and the Staging of History in American Higher Education, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 770

   Introduction [to Forum Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 806

Charles S. Maier, Cosnigning the Twentieth Century to History: Alternative narratives for the Modern Era [Forum Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 807

David Newbury; Catharine Newbury, Bringing the Peasants Back In: Agrarian Themes in the Construction and Corrosion of Statist Historiography in Rwanda [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 832

   Reviews of Books, p. 878

Maureen C. Miller, Religion Makes a Difference: Clerical and Lay Cultures in the Courts of Northern Italy, 1000-1300, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1095

Mary P. Ryan, "A Laudable Pride in the Whole of Us": City Halls and Civic Materialism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1131

Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet, Hallmarks of Humanism: Hygiene and Love of Homeland in Qajar Iran, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1171

   Introduction [to Review Essays: Orientalism Twenty Years On], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1204

Andrew J. Rotter, Saidism without Said: Orientalism and U.S. Diplomatic History [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1205

K.E. Fleming, Orientalism, the Balkans and Balkan Historiography [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1218

Kathleen Biddick, Comint Out of Exile: Dante on the Orient(alism) Express [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1234

Ruth Mazo Karras, Active/Passive, Acts/Passions: Greek and Roman Sexualities [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1250

   Reviews of Books, p. 1266

Brigitte Miriam Bedos-Rezak, Medieval Identity: A Sign and a Concept, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1489

Michael Tadman, The Demographic Cost of Sugar: Debates on Slave Societies and Natural Increase in the Americas, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1534

Christopher R. Boyer, The Threads of Class at La Virgen: Misrepresentation and Identity at a Mexican Textile Mill, 1918-1935, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1576

   Introduction [to AHR Forum: Gender and Manhood in Chinese History], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1599

Susan Mann, The Male Bond in Chinese History and Culture, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1600

Norman Kutcher, The Fifth Relationship: Dangerous Friendships in the Confucian Context, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1615

Adrian Davis, Fraternity and Fratricide in late Imperial China, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1630

Lee McIsaac, "Righteous Fraternities" and Honorable Men: Sworn Brotherhoods in Wartime Chongqing, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1641

Robert A. Nye, Kinship, Male Bonds and Masculinity in Comparative Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1656

   Introduction [to Review Essays: Historicizing the City of Angels], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1667

Robert A. Schneider, The Postmodern City from an Early Modern Perspective, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1668

Michael E. Engh S.J., At Home in the Metropolis: Understanding Postmodern L.A. [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1676

Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, Is L.A. a Model or a Mess? [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 105, 2000, p. 1683

   Reviews of Books, p. 1692


AHR 106, 2001

Eric Foner, American Freedom in a Global Age [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1

Kate Brown, Gridded Lives: Why Kazakhstan and Montana Are Nearly the Same Place, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 17

Steve Marquardt, "Green Havoc": Panama Disease, Environmental Change and Labor Process in the Central American Banana Industry, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 49

Charles Ambler, Popular Film and Colonial Audiences: The Movies in Northern Rhodesia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 81

   Introduction [to Review Essays: Seeing Like a State], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 106

Jane Caplan, The State in the Field: Official Knowledge and Truant Practices [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 107

Morton Keller, Looking at the State: An American Perspective [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 114

Fernando Coronil, Smelling Like a Market [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 119

   Reviews of Books, p. 130

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Larry Wolff, Dynastic Conservatism and Poetic Violence in Fin-de-Siècle Cracow: The Habsburg Matrix of Polish Modernism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 735

Joan Judge, Talent, Virtue and the Nation: Chinese Nationalisms and Female Subjectivities in the Early Twentieth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 765

   Introduction [to AHR Forum], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 804

John Bodnar, Saving Private Ryan and Postwar memory in America, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 805

Geoff Eley, Finding the People's War: Film, British Collective Memory and World War II, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 818

Denise J. Youngblood, A War Remembered: Soviet Films of the Great Patriotic War, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 839

Jay Winter, Film and the Matrix of Memory, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 857

   Introduction [to Forum Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 865

Patrick Wolfe, Land, Labor and Difference: Elementary Structures of Race [Forum Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 866

Hue-Tam Ho Tai, Remembered Realms: Pierre Nora and French National Memory [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 906

   Reviews of Books, p. 923

Guido Ruggiero, The Strange Death of Margarita Marcellini: Male, Signs and the Everyday World of Pre-modern Medicine, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1141

Carolyn Steedman, Something She Called a Fever: Michelet, Derrida and Dust, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1159

Nancy L. Clark, Gendering Production in Wartime South Africa, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1181

   Introduction [to AHR Forum: Creating National Identities in a Revolutionary Era], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1214

David A. Bell, The Unbearable Lightness of Being French: Law, Republicanism and National Identity at the End of the Old Regime, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1215

Dror Wahrmann, The English Problem of Identity in the American Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, 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, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1263

Benedict Anderson, To What Can late Eighteenth-Century French, British and American Anxieties Be Compared? Comment on Three Papers, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1281

Hilda Sabato, On Political Citizenship in Ninteenth-Century Latin America [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1290

   Reviews of Books, p. 1316

Michael Zakim, Sartorial ideologies: From Homespun to Ready-made, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1553

Peter Fritzsche, Specters of History: On Nostalgia, Exile and Modernity, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1587

Edward E. Baptist, "Cuffy", "Fancy Maids" and "One-Eyed Men": Rape, Commodification and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1619

Alfred J. Rieber, Stalin, Man of the Borderlands, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1651

Michael Adas, From Settler Colony to Global Hegemon: Integrating the Exceptionalist Narrative of the American Experience into World History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1692

Vanessa R. Schwartz, Walter Benjamin for Historians [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 106, 2001, p. 1721

   Reviews of Books, p. 1744


AHR 107, 2002

William Roger Louis, The Dissolution of the British Empire in the Era of Vietnam [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 1

Dyan Elliott, Seeing Double: John Gerson, the Discernment of Spirits and Joan of Arc, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 26

Kristin Hoganson, Cosmopolitan Domesticity: Importing the American Dream, 1865-1920, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 55

Anthony Grafton, Introduction [to AHR Forum: How Revolutionary was the Print Revolution], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 84

Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, An Unacknowledged Revolution Revisited, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 87

Adrian Johns, How to Acknowledge a Revolution, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 106

Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, Reply [to Adrian Johns, How to Acknowledge a Revolution], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 126

Thomas Bender, Strategies of Narrative Synthesis in American History [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 129

   Reviews of Books, p. 154

Tyler Anbinder, From Famine to Five Points: Lord Lansdowne's Irish Tenants Encounter North America's Most Notorious Slum, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 351

Robert Eskildsen, Of Civilization and Savages: The Mimetic Imperialism of Japan's 1874 Expedition to Taiwan, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 388

Patrick Manning, Introduction [to AHR Forum: Asia and Europe in the World Economy], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 419

Kenneth Pomeranz, Political Economy and Ecology on the Eve of Industrialization: Europe, China and the Global Conjuncture, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 425

R. Bin Wong, The Search for European Differences and Domination in the Early Modern World: A View from Asia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 447

David Ludden, Modern Inequality and Early Modernity: A Comment for the AHR on Articles by R. Bin Wong and Kenneth Pomeranz, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 470

Michael Schudson, News, Public, Nation [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 481

   Reviews of Books, p. 496

Samuel K. Cohn Jr., The Black Death: End of a Paradigm, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 703

Anne McLaren, Gender, Religion and Early Modern Nationalism: Elizabeth I, Mary Queen of Scots and the Genesis of English Anti-Catholicism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 739

Ussama Makdisi, Ottoman Orientalism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 768

   Introduction [to Forum Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 797

Ted Steinberg, Down to Earth: Nature, Agency and Power in History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 798

Barbara H. Rosenwein, Worrying about Emotions in History [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 821

   Reviews of Books, p. 846

Benjamin J. Kaplan, Fictions of Privacy: House Chapels and the Spatial Accomodation of Religious Dissent in Early Modern Europe, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 1031

David Nirenberg, Conversion, Sex and Segregation: Jews and Christians in Medieval Spain, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 1065

Joseph Bradley, Subjects into Citizens. Societies, Civil Society and Autocracy in Tsarist Russia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 1094

Louis S. Warren, Buffalo Bill Meets Dracula: William F. Cody, Bram Stoker and the Frontiers of Racial Decay, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 1124

Mark Mazower, Violence and the State in the Twentieth Century [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 107, 2002, p. 1158

   Reviews of Books, p. 1179

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   Reviews of Books, p.


AHR 108, 2003

Lynn Hunt, The World We Have Gained: The Future of the French Revolution [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 108, 2003, p. 1

Margaret C. Jacob; Matthew Kadane, Missing, Now Found in the Eighteenth Century: Weber's Protestant Capitalist, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 108, 2003, p. 20

Robert Crews, Empire the the Confessional State: Islam and Religious Politics in Nineteenth-Century Russia, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 108, 2003, p. 50

Martha Hodes, The Mercurial Nature and Abiding Power of Race: A Transnational Family Story, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 108, 2003, p. 84

Rebecca L. Spang, paradigms and Paranoia: How Modern Is the French Revolution?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 108, 2003, p. 119

   Reviews, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 108, 2003, p. 148

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AHR 109, 2004

James M. McPherson, No Peace without Victory, 1861-1865 [Presidential Address], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1

Sarah Knott, Sensibility and the American War for Independence, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 19

Gregory Shaya, The Flâneur, the Badaud and the Making of a Mass Public in France, circa 1860-1910, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 41

Melissa K. Stockdale, "My Death for the Moderland Is Happiness": Women, Patriotism and Soldiering in Russia's Great War, 1914-1917, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 78

Kenneth Cmiel, The Recent History of Human Rights [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 117

   Reviews, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 136

Sheilagh Ogilvie, How Does Social Capital Affect Women? Guilds and Communities in Early Modern Germany, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 325

Balázs A. Szelényi, The Dynamics of Urban Development. Towns in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Hungary, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 360

Julia Rodriguez, South Atlantic Crossings: Fingerprints, Science and the State in Turn-of-the-Century Argentina, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 387

Yukiko Koshiro, Eurasian Eclipse: Japan's End Game in World War II, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 417

Mark von Hagen, Empires, Borderlands and Diasporas: Eurasia as Anti-paradigm for the Post-Soviet Era [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 445

   Reviews, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 469

David Igler, Diseased Goods: Global Exhanges in the Eastern Pacific Basin, 1770-1850, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 693

Jonathon Glassman, Slower Than a Massacre: The Multiple Sources of Racial Thought in Colonial Africa, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 720

Jeremy Prestholdt, On the Global Repercussions of East African Consumerism, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 755

Caroline Castiglione, Adversarial Literacy: How Peasant Politics Influenced Noble Governing of the Roman Countryside during the Early Modern Period, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 783

Giovanna Benadusi, Investing the Riches of the Poor: Servant women and Their Last Wills, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 805

Cornelia Hughes Dayton, Rethinkin Agency, Recovering Voices, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 827

Martin Bunzl, Counterfactual History: A User's Guide, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 845

   Reviews, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p.

Roger Horowitz; Jeffrey M. Pilcher; Sydney Watts, Meat for the Multitudes: Market Culture in Paris, New York City and Mexico City of the Long Nineteenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1055

Sumit Guha, Speaking Historically: The Changing Voices of Historical Narration in Western India, 1400-1900, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1084

Gunja SenGutpa, Elites, Subalterns and American Identities: A Case Study of African-American Benevolence, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1104

Selçuk Esenbel, Japan's Global Claim to Asia and the World of Islam, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1140

David Pace, The Amateur in the Operation Room: History and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning [Review Essay], in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1171

   Reviews, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 109, 2004, p. 1193

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AHR 113, 2008

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François Furstenberg, The Significance of the Trans-Appalachian Frontier in Atlantic History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 647-677

Adam Tooze, Trouble with Numbers: Statistics, Politics and History in the Construction of Weimar's Trade Balance, 1918-1924, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 678-700

Francine Hirsch, The Soviets at Nuremberg: International Law, Propaganda and the Making of the Postwar Order, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 701-730

Margherita Zanasi, Globalizing Hanjian: The Suzhou Trials and the Post-World War II Discourse on Collaboration, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 731-751

William J. Novak, The Myth of the "Weak" American State, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 752-772

   Reviews of Books, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 773-953

Richard J. Ross, Puritan Godly Discipline in Comparative Perspective: Legal Pluralism and the Sources of "Intensity", in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 975-1002

Van Gosse, "As a Nation, the English Are Our Friends": The Emergence of African American Politics in the British Atlantic World, 1772-1861, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1003-1028

AHR Forum: The General Crisis of the Seventeenth Century Revisited

   Introduction, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1029-1030

Jonathan Dewald, Crisis, Chronology, and the Shape of European Social History, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1031-1052

Geoffrey Parker, Chrisis and Catastrophe: The Global Crisis of the Seventeenth Century, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1053-1079

Michael Marmé, Locating Linkages or Painting Bull's-Eyes around Bullet Holes? An East Asian Perspective on the Seventeenth-Century Crisis, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1080-1090

J.B. Shank, Crisis: A Useful Category of Post-Social Scientific Historical Analysis?, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1090-1099

   Reviews, in: American Historical Review (AHR) 113, 2008, p. 1100-1285

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