2001 - supplement 9

Articles in this issue

  • [Petitions in Social History]
    Introduction
    Pages: 1 - 10
  • Voices From Among the "Silent Masses": Humble Petitions and Social Conflicts in Early Modern Central Europe
    Pages: 11 - 34
  • Supplications between Politics and Justice: The Northern and Central Italian States in the Early Modern Age
    Pages: 35 - 56
  • The Power of Petitions: Women and the New Hampshire Provincial Government, 1700-1770
    Pages: 57 - 77
  • The Cahiers de Doléances of 1789 and Petitions
    Pages: 79 - 106
  • Revolt, Testimony, Petition: Artisanal Protests in Colonial Andhra
    Pages: 107 - 129
  • Deference and Defiance: The Changing Nature of Petitioning in British Naval Dockyards
    Pages: 131 - 150
  • Petitions and the Social Context of Political Mobilization in the Revolution of 1848/49: A Microhistorical Actor Centered Network Analysis
    Pages: 151 - 169
  • The Image of Jews in Byelorussia. Petitions As a Source for Popular Consciousness in the Early Twentieth Century
    Pages: 171 - 184
  • "Begging the Sages of the Party-State": Citizenship and Governement in Transition in Nationalist China, 1927-1937
    Pages: 185 - 207
  • Private Matters: Family and Race and the Post World War II Translation of "American"
    Pages: 209 - 234