Index, Volume 35

Abreu-Ferreira, Darlene, "Work and Identity in Early Modern Portugal: What Did Gender Have to Do With It?" 859-887.

"Age of Consent Law and the Making of Modern Childhood in New York City, 1886-1921," 781-798.

Baldwin, Peter C., "'Nocturnal Habits and Dark Wisdom': The American Response to Children in the Streets at Night, 1880-1930," 593-611.

"Battle Time: Gender, Modernity and Confederate Hospitals," 409-428.

Bever, Edward Watts Morton, "Witchcraft, Female Aggression, and Power in the Early Modern Community," 955-988.

Blauvelt, Martha Tomhave, "The Work of the Heart: Emotion in the 1805-35 Diary of Sarah Connell Ayer," 577-592.

Blobaum, Robert, "The 'Woman Question' in Russian Poland, 1900-1914," 799-824.

"Both Praying and Playing: 'Muscular Christianity' and the YMCA in Northeast County Durham," 397-407.

Cannan, Gareth, "'Part of the Load': Economic Conditions of Chicago's African-American Working Class During the 1920's," 147-174.

"Colonial Baracunatanas and Their Nasty Men: Spousal Homicides and the Law in Late Colonial New Granada," 43-72.

"Conceptions of Idiocy in Colonial Massachusetts," 935-954.

"'The Cop will Get You': The Police and Discretionary Juvenile Justice, 1890-1940," 349-371.

"Did Manual Workers Want Industrial Welfare? Canteens, Latrines and Masculinity on British Building Sites, 1918-1970," 637-658.

"Disability in the Family?: New Questions About the Southern Mill Villiage," 919.933.

Durakbasa, Dr. Ayse, Dr. Aynur Ilyasoglu, "Formation of Gender Identities in Republican Turkey and Women's Narratives As Transmitters of 'Herstory' of Modernization," 195-201, (Research Note).

Durrill, Wayne K., "A Tale of Two Courthouses: Civic Space, Political Power, and Capitalist Development in a New South Community, 1843-1940," 659-681.

"The Essence of Commodification: Caffeine Dependencies in the Early Modern World," 269-294.

Fischer-Yinon, Yochi, "The Original Bundlers: Boaz and Ruth, and Seventeenth-Century English Courtship Practices," 683-705.

"Formation of Gender Identities in Republican Turkey and Women's Narratives As Transmitters of 'Herstory' of Modernization," 195-203, (Research Note).

"Friends and Foes of Slavery: Foreigners and Northerners in the Old South," 373-396.

Garnham, Neal, "Both Praying and Playing: 'Muscular Christianity' and the YMCA in Northeast County Durham," 397-407.

Griffiths, Owen, "Need, Greed, and Protest in Japan's Black Market, 1938-1949," 825-858.

Gutmann Myron P., Sara M. Pullum-Pinon, Thomas W. Pullum, "Three Eras of Young Adult Home Leaving in Twentieth-Century America," 533-576.

Hayes, Nick, "Did Manual Workers Want Industrial Welfare? Canteens, Latrines and Masculinity on British Building Sites, 1918-1970," 637-658.

"Hell in Small Places: Agrarian Elites and Collective Violence in the Western Transvaal, 1900-1907," 95-124.

Higginson, John, "Hell in Small Places: Agrarian Elites and Collective Violence in the Western Transvaal, 1900-1907," 95-124.

Hirsch, Jerrold, Karen Hirsch, "Disability in the Family?: New Questions About the Southern Mill Village," 919-933.

Hirsch, Karen, Jerrold Hirsch, "Disability in the Family?: New Questions About the Southern Mill Village," 919-933.

Hoffman, Steven J., "Progressive Public Health Administration in the Jim Crow South: A Case Study of Richmond, Virginia, 1907-1920," 175-194.

Ilyasoglu, Aynur, Ayse Durakbasa, "Formation of Gender Identities in Republican Turkey and Women's Narratives As Transmitters of 'Herstory' of Modernization," 195-203, (Research Note).

Jamieson, Ross W., "The Essence of Commodification: Caffeine Dependencies in the Early Modern World," 269-294.

"'Justifiable Provocation': Violence Against Women in Essex County, New York, 1799-1860," 889-918.

Keire, Mara L., "The Vice Trust: A Reinterpretation of the White Slavery Scare in the United States, 1907-1917," 5-41.

Keller, Richard, "Madness and Colonization: Psychiatry in the British and French Empires, 1800-1962," 295-326.

"The Lure of the Sensational Murder," 429-443, (Review Essay).

"Madness and Colonization" Psychiatry in the British and French Empires, 1800-1962," 295-326.

"Making the American Berdache: Choice or Constraint?" 613-636.

McDonald, Tracy, "A Peasant Rebellion in Stalin's Russia: The Pitelinskii Uprising, Riazan 1930," 125-146.

Moore, Sean T., "'Justifiable Provocation': Violence Against Women in Essex County, New York, 1799-1860," 889-918.

"Need, Greed and Protest in Japan's Black Market, 1938-1949," 825-858.

"'Nocturnal Habits and Dark Wisdom,': The American Response to Children in the Streets at Night, 1880-1930," 593-611.

"The Orignal Bundlers: Boaz and Ruth, and Seventeenth-Century English Courtship Practices," 683-705.

Oritz, Jr., David, "Redefining Public Education: Contestation, the Press, and Education in Regency Spain, 1885-1902," 73-94.

"'Part of the Load': Economic Conditions of Chicago's African-American Working Class During the 1920s," 147-174.

"A Peasant Rebellion in Stalin's Russia: The Pitelinski Uprising, Riazan 1930," 125-146.

"Progressive Public Health Administration in the Jim Crow South: A Case Study of Richmond, Virginia, 1907-1920," 175-194.

Pullum, Thomas W., Myron P. Gutmann, Sarah Pullum-Pinón, "Three Eras of Young Adult Home Leaving in Twentieth-Century America," 533-576.

Sarah Pullum-Pinón, Thomas Pullum, Myson P. Gutmann,"Three Eras of Young Adult Home Leaving in Twentieth-Century America," 533-576.

"Redefining Public Education: Contestation, the Press, and Education in Regency Spain, 1885-1902," 73-94.

Robertson, Stephen, "Age of Consent Law and the Making of Modern Childhood in New York City, 1886-1921, 781-798.

Rousey, Dennis C., "Friends and Foes of Slavery: Foreigners and Northerners in the Old South," 373-396.

"Social Integration in 20th Century Europe: Evidences from Hungarian Family Development," 327-348.

"A Tale of Two Courthouses: Civic Space, Political Power, and Capitalist Development in a New south Community, 1843-1940," 659-681.

"Three Eras of Young Adult Home Leaving in Twentieth-Century America," 533-576.

Tomka, Bela, "Social Integration in 20th Century Europe: Evidences from Hungarian Family Development," 327-348.

Trexler, Richard C., "Making the American Berdache: Choice or Constraint?" 613-636.

Trotti, Michael Ayers, "The Lure of the Sensational Murder," 429-443, (Review Essay).

Uribe-Uran, Victor M., "Colonial Baracunatanas and Their Nasty Men: Spousal Homicides and the Law in Late Colonial New Granada," 43-72.

"The Vice Trust: A Reinterpretation of the White Slavery in the United States, 1907-1917," 5-41./a>

Wells, Cheryl A., "Battle Time: Gender, Modernity, and Confederate Hospitals," 409-428.

Wickham, Parnel, "Conceptions of Idiocy in Colonial Massachusetts," 935-954.

"Witchcraft, Female Aggression, and Power in the Early Modern Community," 955-988.

Wolcott, David, "'The Cop Will Get You': The Police and Discretionary Juvenile Justice, 1890-1940," 349-371.

"The 'Woman Question' in Russian Poland, 1900-1914," 799-824.

"Work and Indentity in Early Modern Portugal: What Did Gender Have To Do With It?" 859-887.

"The Work of the Heart: Emotion in the 1805-35 Diary of Sarah Connell Ayer," 577-592.

 

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