Volume Five Number Two,  Fall 1997


Science, Literature and Revolution: The Life and Writings of Dyson Carter
    James Doyle

'This is the White Man's Day': The Irish, White Racial Identity, and the 1866 Memphis Riots
    Barrington Walker

Night in the Capitalist, Cold War City: Noir and the Cultural Politics of Darkness
    Bryan D. Palmer

Review Essays

Coerced Loyalty: Racial Equality and "Subversion"
    Mark Soloman

Beyond Subdivisions: Social History and the Suburbs
    Steve Penfold

Comics, Funny and Unfunny
    Paul Buhle

Net-Space as Civil Society Space?
    Tim Seul

50th Anniversary of the Un-Americanism in Seattle
    John F. Ruhland


  • Raphael Samuel, Unravelling Britain, Theatres of Memory, vol II   JOHN R. GILLIS
  • Michael Denning, The Cultural Front: The Laboring of American Culture in the Twentieth Century   TONY CHASE
  • Anne M. Butler, Gendered Justice in the American West: Women Prisoners in Men's Roles   AMY FARRELL & NICOLE RAFTER
  • Jesse Lemisch, Jack Tar vs. John Bull: The Role of New York's Seamen in Precipitating the Revolution   CARL E. SWANSON
  • Philip D. Morgan, Slave Counterpoint: Black Culture in the Eighteenth Century Chesapeake and Lowcountry   TIM LOCKLEY
  • Jennifer S.H. Brown and Elizabeth Vibert, eds., Reading Beyond Words: Contexts for Native History   CHRIS HANNIBAL-PACI
  • Radicals and Revolutionaries: The History of Canadian Communism From the Robert S. Kenny Collection   JULIE GUARD
  • Thomas Frank, The Conquest of Cool: Business Culture, Counterculture and the Rise of Hip Consumerism   PAUL RUTHERFORD
  • Kirk Savage, Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves: Race, War, and Monument in Nineteennth-Century America   JONATHAN F. VANCE
  • Dan Azoulay, Keeping the Dream Alive: The Survival of the Ontario CCF/NDP, 1950-1963   DONALD C. MCDONALD
  • Sarah Carter, Capturing Women: The Manipulation of Cultural Imagery in Canada's Prairie West   SHEILA MCMANUS
  • Julian E. Orr, Talking About Machines: An Ethnography of a Modern Job   LISA CLARKSON
  • Elizabeth R. Varon, We Mean to be Counted: White Women and Politics in Antebellum Virginia   SALLY G. MCMILLEN



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