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Recent epistemological challenges have shaken the core assumptions of many historians. Culture is now seen as intrinsic to social practice, and therefore at the heart of society itself. Cultural and Social History, the official peer reviewed journal of the Social History Society (SHS), aims to address disciplinary shifts, and create a dialogue between social and cultural historians. The journal emphasizes the ways the social and culture are mutually constitutive and that study of one enables a deeper understanding of the other. The and in our title is important: all submissions to the journal should aim to contribute to the understanding of both cultural and social history.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Journals (formerly Berg Journals)

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Volume 9, Number 4, December 2012
Special Issue: Indigenous Modernities

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Authors' Biographies

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Authors' Biographies
pp. 487-489(3)


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Broken Alliance: Debating Six Nations' Land Claims in 1822
pp. 497-525(29)
Author: Elbourne, Elizabeth

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Indigeneity, Agency and Modernity
pp. 589-592(4)
Author: Scully, Pamela

Special Topic: The Social Self in Post-war Britain: Part III

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The Strange Survival Story of the English Gentleman, 1945–2010
pp. 595-612(18)
Authors: Miles, Andrew; Savage, Mike

Book Reviews

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The Land Question in Britain, 1750–1950
pp. 613-614(2)
Author: Hoyle, R.W.

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Modern Spiritualism and the Church of England, 1850–1939
pp. 614-616(3)
Author: Hoyle, Dominic

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Children of Light: How Electricity Changed Britain Forever
pp. 616-617(2)
Author: Murray, Stephen

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Within Walls: Private Life in the German Democratic Republic
pp. 627-628(2)
Author: Fenemore, Mark

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Historical Reenactment: From Realism to the Affective Turn
pp. 628-630(3)
Author: Newman, Sarah

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Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France
pp. 632-633(2)
Author: McCabe, Ina Baghdiantz

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