The American Historical Review
Oxford University Press
About: The American Historical Review is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Politics & Empire. It has an ISSN identifier of 0002-8762. Over the lifetime, 18868 publications have been published receiving 371057 citations. The journal is also known as: American Historical Review & Am. Hist. Rev..
Papers published on a yearly basis
TL;DR: In this article, the authors discuss the causes of social revolutions in France, Russia and China, and present alternatives to existing theories to explain these social revolutions, including a focus on state building and the emergence of a dictatorship in Russia.
Abstract: List of tables and maps Preface Introduction 1. Explaining social revolutions: alternatives to existing theories Part I. Causes of Social Revolutions in France, Russia and China: 2. Old-regime states in crisis 3. Agrarian structures and peasant insurrections Part II. Outcomes of Social Revolutions in France, Russia and China: 4. What changed and how: a focus on state building 5. The birth of a 'modern state edifice' in France 6. The emergence of a dictatorial party-state in Russia 7. The rise of a mass-mobilizing party-state in China Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index.
TL;DR: A Sovereign ProfessionThe Rise of Medical Authority and the Shaping of the Medical System and the Social Origins of Professional Sovereignty are discussed.
Abstract: A Sovereign ProfessionThe Rise of Medical Authority and the Shaping of the Medical System * The Social Origins of Professional Sovereignty * Medicine in a Democratic Culture, 17601850 * The Expansion of the Market * The Consolidation of Professional Authority, 18501930 * The Reconstitution of the Hospital * The Boundaries of Public Health * Escape from the Corporation, 19001930 The Struggle For Medical CareDoctors, the State, and the Coming of the Corporation * The Mirage of Reform * The Triumph of Accommodation * The Liberal Years * End of a Mandate * The Coming of the Corporation
TL;DR: The authors The Lay of the Land 2. Empire of the Home 3. Imperial Leather 4. Double Crossings 5. Soft-Soaping Empire 6. The White Family of Man 7. Dismantling the Master's House 8. The Scandal of Hybridity 9. Azikwelwa 10. No Longer in a Future Heading
Abstract: I. Empire of the Home 1. The Lay of the Land 2. \"Massa and Maids 3. Imperial Leather 4. Psychoanalysis, Race and Female Fetish II. Double Crossings 5. Soft-Soaping Empire 6. The White Family of Man 7. Olive Schreiner III. Dismantling the Master's House 8. The Scandal of Hybridity 9. \"Azikwelwa\" (We Will Not Ride) 10. No Longer in a Future Heading
TL;DR: The Nation and its Peasants and its Outcasts173Ch. 10The National State200Ch. 11Communities and the Nation220Notes241Bibliography263Index273.
Abstract: Preface and AcknowledgmentsCh. 1Whose Imagined Community?3Ch. 2The Colonial State14Ch. 3The Nationalist Elite35Ch. 4The Nation and Its Pasts76Ch. 5Histories and Nations95Ch. 6The Nation and Its Women116Ch. 7Women and the Nation135Ch. 8The Nation and Its Peasants158Ch. 9The Nation and Its Outcasts173Ch. 10The National State200Ch. 11Communities and the Nation220Notes241Bibliography263Index273
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