Comparative Studies in Society and History (CSSH) is a forum for new research and interpretation concerning problems of recurrent patterning and change in human societies through time and in the contemporary world. Now in its fifty-seventh year, CSSH sets up a working alliance among specialists in all branches of the social sciences and humanities. Review articles and discussions bring readers into touch with current findings and issues.


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Volume 56 Number 4 October 2014

Editorial Foreword

Who Now Reads Toynbee?

KRISHAN KUMAR   The Return of Civilization—and of Arnold Toynbee?

The Connecting Sea

BRIAN A. CATLOS   Accursed, Superior Men: Ethno-Religious Minorities and Politics in the Medieval Mediterranean

NAOR BEN-YEHOYADA   Transnational Political Cosmology: A Central Mediterranean Example

Immigrant Song

JOSHUA TUCKER   Sounding the Latin Transatlantic: Music, Integration, and Ambivalent Ethnogenesis in Spain

Political Youth

NIALL WHELEHAN   Youth, Generations, and Collective Action in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and Italy

CRAIG JEFFREY and JANE DYSON   “I serve therefore I am”: Youth and Generative Politics in India

Library Lost and Found

RICARDO SALVATORE   Progress and Backwardness in Book Accumulation: Bancroft, Basadre, and Their Libraries

LUCIE RYZOVA   Mourning the Archive: Middle Eastern Photographic Heritage between Neoliberalism and Digital Reproduction

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