Historical Reflections Vol. 45, Issue 2 and Vol. 45, Issue 3

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Volume 45, Issue 3

 

Toward a New Moral Understanding of the Tudor Conquest of Ireland

William Palmer

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Molyneux's Problem in the Scottish Enlightenment

Charles Bradford Bow

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"A Mountain of Words": Children's Literacy in Rural France, 1800–1950

Elizabeth C. Macknight

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Yonatan Ratosh's "Cultural Entrepreneurship" and the Invention of "Hebrew" Nationalism

Amotz Giladi

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American Women in the Vittel Internment Camp: Religions, Morality, and Culture

Page Dougherty Delano

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Volume 45, Issue 2

Uncovering the Politics of Playtime

 

Hide and Seek: Uncovering the Politics of Playtime

Sarah Fishman

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"But the Child Is Flighty, Playful, Curious": Working-Class Boyhood and the Policing of Play in Belle Époque Paris

Miranda Sachs

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Sandcastles, Ball Games, and Scooters: Unearthing Children's Play in the Public Parks of Interwar Paris

Elvan Sahin

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Reinventing Play: Autistic Children and the Normativity of Play in Postwar France

Jonathyne Briggs

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The New Rural Home: Gender and Rural Modernization in Postwar France

Sheila Nowinski

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Conjuring Futures: Culture and Decolonization in the Dutch Caribbean, 1948–1975

Chelsea Schields

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