Volume 49 part 1 (April 2004)




Ulbe Bosma and Roger Knight, 'Global Factory and Local Field: Convergence and Divergence in the International Cane Sugar Industry, 1850-1940' [summary]

Steven King, '"We Might Be Trusted": Female Poor Law Guardians and the Development of the New Poor Law: The Case of Bolton, England, 1880-1906' [summary]

Sarah Badcock, 'Women, Protest, and Revolution: Soldiers' Wives in Russia During 1917' [summary]

Joseph Melling, 'Leading the White Collar Union: Clive Jenkins, Trade Union Officers and the Politics of Organized Labour in Postwar Britain, c. 1968-1979' [summary]

Review symposium: Dynamics of Contention

Knut Kjeldstadli, 'Mechanisms, Processes and Contexts'
Dilip Simeon, 'A Unified Field Theory for Contention?'
Thomas Welskopp, 'Crossing the Boundaries? Dynamics of Contention Viewed from the Angle of a Comparative Historian'
Charles Tilly, 'Rhetoric, Social History, and Contentious Politics: Reply to Critics'

Book reviews

Asa Briggs and Peter Burke, A Social History of the Media. From Gutenberg to the Internet (Bert Hogenkamp)
Hans de Beer, Voeding, gezondheid en arbeid in Nederland tijdens de negentiende eeuw. Een bijdrage tot de antropometrische geschiedschrijving (Ad van der Woude)
Ronald Schechter, Obstinate Hebrews. Representations of Jews in France, 1715-1815 (Karin Hofmeester)
Dennis Bos, Waarachtige volksvrienden. De vroege socialistische beweging in Amsterdam 1848-1894 (Hendrik Defoort)
Beverly J. Silver, Forces of Labor. Workers' Movements and Globalization since 1870 (Lex Heerma van Voss)
Michael Newman, Ralph Miliband and the Politics of the New Left (Marcel van der Linden)
Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, Servants of Globalization. Women, Migration and Domestic Work (Ratna Saptari)



Notes on contributors