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Vol. 31 N 1  2006

1. Dubois L. An enslaved Enlightenment: rethinking the intellectual history of the French Atlantic - P.1-14

2. Taylor D. Melbourne, Middlesbrough and morality: policing Victorian "new towns" in the old world and the new - P.15-38


Vol. 31 N 2   2006

1. Green D.R. Pauper protests: power and resistance in early nineteenth-century London workhouses - P.137-159


Vol. 31 N 3  2006

1. Bailey J. "I dye [sic] by Inches": locating wife beating in the concept of a privatization of marriage and violence in eihgteenth-century England - P.273-295

2. Parkin S. Witchcraft, women's honour and customary law in early modern Wales - P.295-319

3. Weinbren D. The Good Samaritan, friendly societies and the gift economy - P.319-337

4. Donson A. Why did German youth become fascists? Nationalist males born 1900 to 1908 in war and revolution - P.337-359


Vol. 31 N 4  2006

1. Sweeney D. Reconsidering the modernity paradigm: reform movements, the social and the state in Wilhelmine Germany - P.405-435

2. Bell K. "The Humbugg of the world at an end": the apocalyptic imagination and the uses of collective fantasy in Norfolk in 1844 - P.454

3. Goose N. The rise and decline of philanthropy in early modern Colchester: the unacceptable face of mercantilism? - P.469-489


Vol. 32 N 1  2007

1. Swain N. Decollectivization politics and rural change in Bulgaria, Poland and the former Czechoslovakia - P.1-27

Review article

Biess F. Between society and culture: new approaches to twentieth-century German history - P.76-82


Vol. 32 N 3  2007

1. Olsaretti A. Urban culture, curiosity and the aesthetics of distance: the representation of picturesque carnivals in early Victorian travelogues to the Levant - P.247-271

2. Jones P. Swing, Speenhamland and rural social relations: the 'moral economy' of the English crowd in the nineteenth century - P.271-291

3. Withington Ph. Company and sociability in early modern England - P.291-308


Vol. 32 N 4  2007

1. Berbel M. R., de Bivar Marquese R.  The absence of race: slavery, citizenship, and pro-slavery ideology in the Cortes of Lisbon and the Rio de Janeiro Constituent Assembly (1821-4) - p. 415-433


Vol. 33 N 1 2008

1. Barker H. Soul, purse and family: middling and lower-class masculinity in eighteenth-century Manchester - P.12

2. Bonneuil N., Bringe A. and Rosental P.-A. Familial components of first migrations after marriage in nineteenth-century France - P.36


Vol. 33 N 2 2008

1. Donert C. The struggle for the soul of the Gypysy': marginality and mass mobilization in Stalinist Czechoslovakia - P.123

2. Sennefelt K. Citizenship and the political landscape of libelling in Stockholm, c.1720-70 - P.145


Vol. 33 N 3 2008

1. Gregson S. Titanic' down under': ideology, myth and memorialization - p.268

2. Molina F. The origins of Mondragon: Catholic co-operativivism and social movement in a Basque valley (1941-59) - P.284

3. McCarthy A. 'The only place worth thinking about': personal testimony and Irish and Scottish migrants in /australasia, 1921-61 - P.317


Vol. 33 N 4 2008

1. Aguilera-Manzano J.M. Slavery and medicine in the Caribbean at the end of the Ancien Regime - P.383-401

2. French H., Rothery M. 'Upon your entry into the world': masculine values and the threshold of adulthood among landed elites in England 1680-1800 - P.402-422

3. Lucassen L. Between Hobbes and Locke. Gypsies and the limits of the modernization paradigm - P.423-441

4. Lucassen L. Social capital versus social history - P.442-467


Vol. 34 N 1 2009

1. Peteri G. Streetcars of desire: cars and automobilism in communist Hungary (1958-70) - P.1-28

2. Gregory J. `For all sorts and conditions of men`: the social life of the Book of Common Prayer during the long eighteenth century: or, bringing the history of religion and social history together - P.29-54

3. Ginderachter M.V. Contesting national symbols. Belgian belle epoque socialism between rejection and appropriation - P. 55-73


Vol. 34 N3 2009

1. Carrel, Helen The ideology of punishment in late medieval English towns. - P. 301 320.

2. Tabin, Jean-Pierre; Frauenfelder, Arnaud; Togni, Carola; Keller, Véréna The recipients of public welfare: the example of two Swiss cantons around 1890. - P. 321338


Vol. 34 N4 2009

1.  Bevernage B.,  Aerts K. Haunting pasts: time and historicity as constructed by the Argentine Madres de Plaza de Mayo and radical Flemish nationalists. - P. 391 408.

2.  Shore H. The Reckoning: disorderly women, informing constables and the Westminster justices, 172733. -

P.409 427

Vol. 36 N1 2011

1. Paulo Fontes With a cardboard suitcase in my hand and a pannier on my back: workers and Northeastern migrations in the 1950s in São Paulo, Brazil. - p. 1-21.
2. Patrick Wallis & Cliff Webb  The education and training of gentry sons in early modern England. - p. 36-53.

Vol. 36 N3 2011

1. Astrid Cubano Iguina Freedom in the making: the slaves of hacienda La Esperanza, Manatí, Puerto Rico, on the eve of abolition, 186876. - pages 280-293
2. Camillia Cowling As a slave woman and as a mother: women and the abolition of slavery in Havana and Rio de Janeiro. - pages 294-311
3. Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof To abolish the law of castes: merit, manhood and the problem of colour in the Puerto Rican liberal movement, 187392. - pages 312-342

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