2003 - 3 (December)

Articles in this issue

  • Special Theme: Twentieth-Century Iran: History from Below. Introduction
    Pages: 353 - 359
  • Social Engineering and the Contradictions of Modernization in Khuzestan's Company Towns: A Look at Abadan and Masjed-Soleyman
    Pages: 361 - 399
  • Disgruntled Guests: Iranian Subaltern on the Margins of the Tsarist Empire
    Pages: 401 - 426
  • The Brickworkers of Khatunabad: A Striking Record (1953-1979)
    Pages: 427 - 455
  • Democracy and Historiographies of Organized Labour in Zimbabwe
    Pages: 457 - 471
  • Mutiny in Comparative Perspective
    Pages: 473 - 482
  • [Book Review by Erik Kimball]
    Africans and the Industrial Revolution in England. A Study in International Trade and Economic Development
    Pages: 483 - 484
  • [Book Review by Jan Kok]
    When Dad Died. Individuals and Families Coping with Family Stress in Past Societies
    Pages: 484 - 486
  • [Book Review by Mats Greiff]
    An Irish Working Class. Explorations in Political Economy and Hegemony, 1800-1950
    Pages: 487 - 489
  • [Book Review by Michael R. Krätke]
    Briefe 1908-1939. Ed. by Michael Buckmiller, Michael Prat and Meike G. Werner.
    Pages: 489 - 492
  • [Book Review by Michael R. Krätke]
    Briefe 1940-1958. Ed. by Michael Buckmiller and Michel Prat
    Pages: 489 - 492
  • [Book Review by Arif Dirlik]
    China's Communist Revolutions. Fifty Years of The People's Republic of China.
    Pages: 493 - 494
  • [Book Review by Arif Dirlik]
    The Chinese Revolution in the 1920s. Between triumph and disaster
    Pages: 493 - 494
  • [Book Review by Gijs Kessler]
    Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism. Labour and the Restoration of the Stalinist System after World War II
    Pages: 494 - 496
  • [Book Review by Mario Kessler]
    Antisemitismus von links. Kommunistische Ideologie, Nationalismus und Antizionismus in der frühen DDR
    Pages: 497 - 499
  • [Book Review by E. Patricia Tsurumi]
    The Silk Weavers of Kyoto. Family and Work in a Changing Traditional Industry
    Pages: 500 - 502
  • [Book Review by Michiel Baud]
    Vanguard Revolutionaries in Latin America. Peru, Colombia, Mexico
    Pages: 502 - 504