Journal of Social History

Vol. 39, No. 2, Winter, 2005

Kith and Kin: Interpersonal Relationships and Cultural Practices
Published by: Oxford University Press

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Introduction: Where the Hell Are the People? (pp. 309-314)
    Richard Ivan Jobs and Patrick McDevitt
  3. The Birth of the East Ender: Neighborhood and Local Identity in Interwar East London (pp. 331-344)
    Benjamin J. Lammers
  4. Friends, Aliens, and Enemies: Fictive Communities and the Lusitania Riots of 1915 (pp. 345-367)
    Nicoletta F. Gullace
  5. 'Genius' and the Household Mode of Intellectual Production: 1795-1885 (pp. 429-449)
    Theodore Koditschek
  6. Family Ties in the Making of Modern Intelligence (pp. 451-466)
    Tammy M. Proctor
  7. Gender and Generation: The University Reform Movement in Argentina, 1918 (pp. 505-529)
    Natalia Milanesio
  8. Review Essay

    • Recent Work on Early Western Mexico and the Revival of the Black Legend (pp. 531-538)
      Los orígenes del clero y la iglesia en Michoacán, 1525-1640 by Ricardo León Alanís; Vasco de Quiroga: La pasión por el derecho by Alberto Carrillo Cázares; Michoacán and Eden: Vasco de Quiroga and the Evangelization of Western Mexico by Bernardino Verástique; Rereading the Conquest: Power, Politics, and the History of Early Colonial Michoacán, 1521-1565 by James Krippner-Martínez
      Review by: Martin Nesvig
  9. Reviews

  10. Abstracts (pp. 597-601)
  11. Back Matter