Radical History Review (75)

Table of Contents

HISTORIES, MEMORIES, AND IDENTITIES: EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Mansour Bonakdarian and Jon Wiener

FEATURE ARTICLES
"Negroes are not Jews": Black Activism, Holocaust Consciousness, and the Rise of Jewish Neoconservatism
Michael Staub

The Shooting of Jofre Correa Neto: Writing the Individual Back in to Historical Memory
Cliff Welch

"Respect Your Elders, Know Your Past": History and the Queer Theorists
Steven Maynard

PUBLIC HISTORY
Series in Public History and National Identity: Introduction Daniel
Walkowitz

Race and Empire at "Our Place": New Zealand's new national museum
Charlotte Macdonald

Remembering the War and the Atomic Bombs: New Museums, New
Approaches
Daniel Seltz

TEACHING RADICAL HISTORY
Africans and the Roots of Early American Culture: Introduction
Monica van Beusekom and Francois Ngolet

African Identity and Slavery in the Americas Michael A. Gomez

THE PAST IN PRINT (Book reviews)
Race Relations in Post-Abolition Latin America: Two New Perspectives
Review of: Aline Helg, _Our Rightful Share: The Afro-Cuban Struggle
for Equality, 1886-1912_

Kim D. Butler, _Freedoms Given, Freedoms Won: Afro-Brazilians in
Post Abolition Sao Paulo and Salvador._ by Darien J. Davis

He Never Lost Any Sleep': Coping with Truman's Nightmarish Nuclear
Legacy Review of: Laura Hein and Mark Selden, eds., _Living With the
Bomb: American and Japanese Cultural Conflicts in the Nuclear Age_
and Lawrence S. Wittner, _Resisting the Bomb: A History of the World
Nuclear Disarmament Movement 1954-1970 (The Struggle Against,
Volume Two_) by Peter J. Kuznick

THE ABUSABLE PAST

Dave Kinkela Managing Editor

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