Volume 50 part 3 (December 2005)
Chris Ealham 'An "Imagined Geography": Ideology, Urban Space, and Protest in the Creation of Barcelona's "Chinatown" c. 1835-1936' [summary]
Reiner Tosstorff 'The International Trade Union Movement and the Founding of the International Labour Organization' [summary]
Jasmien Van Daele '"Engineering social peace": Networks, Ideas, and the Establishment of the International Labour Organization' [summary]
José A. Piqueras and Vicent Sanz 'The Social History of Work in Spain: From the Primitive Accumulation of Knowledge to Offshoring'
Michiel Baud 'Beyond Benedict Anderson: Nation-Building and Popular Democracy in Latin America'
Mary S. Hartman The Household and the Making of History. A Subversive View of the Western Past (Wally Seccombe)
David Andress The French Revolution and the People (Stephen Miller)
Alter L. Litvin and John L.H. Keep Stalinism. Russian and Western Views at the Turn of the Millennium (Michael Ellman)
Matthew Lenoe Closer to the Masses: Stalinist Culture, Social Revolution, and Soviet Newspapers (Hiroaki Kuromiya)
Adrienne Lynn Edgar Tribal Nation. The Making of Soviet Turkmenistan (Niccolò Pianciola)
François Godicheau La guerre d'Espagne. République et révolution en Catalogne (1936-1939) (Cesar M. Lorenzo)
Hagen Koo Korean Workers. The Culture and Politics of Class Formation (Seung-kyung Kim)
Chun Soonok They Are Not Machines. Korean Women Workers and Their Fight for Democratic Trade Unionism in the 1970s (Seung-kyung Kim)