Volume 52 part 1 (April 2007)




John Higginson 'Priviliging the Machines: American Engineers, Indentured Chinese and White Workers in South Africa's Deep Level Gold Mines, 1902-1907' [summary]

Noel Whiteside 'Unemployment Revisited in Comparative Perspective: Labour Market Policy in Strasbourg and Liverpool, 1890-1914' [summary]

Selina Todd 'Redefining the Juvenile in Interwar England' [summary]

Suggestions and Debates

Leo Lucassen 'Migration and World History: Reaching a New Frontier'
Leslie Page Moch 'Connecting Migration and World History. Demographic Patterns, Family Systems and Gender'
David Feldman 'Global Movements, Internal Migration and the Importance of Institutions'
Prabu Mohapatra 'Eurocentrism, Forced Labour and Global Migration. A Critical Assessment'
Ulbe Bosma 'Beyond the Atlantic: Connecting Migration and World History in the Age of Imperialism, 1840-1940'
Sucheta Mazumdar 'Localities of the Global: Asian Migrations between Slavery and Citizenship'
Adam McKeown 'Regionalizing World Migration'

Book reviews

Remaking Modernity. Politics, History, and Sociology. Ed. by Julia Adams, Elisabeth S. Clemens, and Ann Shola Orloff (Marjolein 't Hart)
George Lawson Negotiated Revolutions. The Czech Republic, South Africa and Chile (Howard J. Wiarda)
Bruce A. Castleman Building the King's Highway. Labor, Society, and Family on Mexico's Caminos Reales 1757-1804 (Jeremy Baskes)
Rebecca J. Scott Degrees of Freedom. Louisiana and Cuba after Slavery (Jorge L. Giovannetti)
Jeffrey J. Rossman Worker Resistance under Stalin. Class and Revolution on the Shop Floor (Elena A. Osokina)
Lonny E. Carlile Divisions of Labor. Globality, Ideology, and War in the Shaping of the Japanese Labor Movement (Akiro Suzuki)
Helen Macnaughtan Women, Work and the Japanese Economic Miracle. The case of the cotton textile industry, 1945-1975 (Kaye Broadbent)



Guide to the international archives and collections at the IISH: supplement over 2005
Notes on contributors