Johanna Ilmakunnas and Jon Stobart, editors. A Taste for Luxury in Early Modern Europe: Display, Acquisition and Boundaries.

Johanna Ilmakunnas and Jon Stobart, editors. A Taste for Luxury in Early Modern Europe: Display,... 368 Collected Essays EUROPE: EARLY MODERN AND MODERN MARY LINDEMANN and JARED POLEY,editors. Money in the German-Speaking Lands. (Spektrum: Publications of JOHANNA ILMAKUNNAS and JON STOBART,editors. ATaste the German Studies Association, no. 17.) New York: for Luxury in Early Modern Europe: Display, Acquisition Berghahn Books, 2017. Pp. ix, 317. $150.00. and Boundaries. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, JOHANNES DILLINGER, Money from the Spirit World: Treasure 2017. Pp. xv, 318. $114.00. Spirits, Geldma¨nnchen, Drache.VERA KELLER, Perfecting the State: Alchemy and Oeconomy as Academic Forms of Knowledge ASTRID PAJUR, The Fabric of a Corporate Society: Sumptuary in Early Modern German-Speaking Lands. ALMUT SPALDING,The Laws, Social Order, and Propriety in Early Modern Tallinn. Money Tree: Living in the Shadow of a Patrician Family in Ham- BRUNO BLONDE and VEERLE DE LAET, New and Old Luxuries burg. ANDRE WAKEFIELD, Silver Thaler and Ur-cameralists. EVE between the Court and the City: A Comparative Perspective ROSENHAFT, “All That Glitters Is Not Gold, but ...”: German on Material Cultures in Brussels and Antwerp, 1650–1735. Responses to the Financial Bubbles of 1720. BENJAMIN MARSCHKE, ALIDA CLEMENTE, Luxury and Taste in Eighteenth-Century Na- A Conspicuous Lack of Consumption: Money, Luxury, and Fash- ples: Representations, Ideas and Social Practices at the Inter- ion in King Frederick William I’s Prussia (c. 1713–40). DENNIS section between the Global and the Local. YME KUIPER,What FREY JR., “Alles Geld gehet immer auf”: Money in an Emerging About the Moorish Footman? Portrait of a Dutch Nabob as a Consumer and Cash Economy, Go¨ppingen (1735–1860). FRANK Dedicated Follower of Fashion. MICHAEL NORTH, Fashion and HATJE, Status, Friendship, and Money in Hamburg around 1800: Luxury in Eighteenth-Century Germany. KRISTOF FATSAR, Debit and Credit in the Diaries of Ferdinand Beneke (1774– Taste Inequalities in the Art Consumption of Prince Nicolaus 1848). JAN CARSTEN SCHNURR, Luxury and the Nineteenth- I Esterha´zy “the Magnificent.” JON STOBART,Making an En- Century Wu¨rttemberg Pietists. JONATHAN SPERBER, Marx on glish Country House: Taste and Luxury in the Furnishing of Money. ELIZABETH S. GOODSTEIN, Modernism, Relativism, and the Stoneleigh Abbey, 1763–1765. KERRY BRISTOL, Between the Philosophy of Money.ERIKA L. BRIESACHER, A Narrative in Not- Exotic and the Everyday: Sabine Winn at Home, 1765–1798. geld: Collecting, Emergency Money, and National Identity in Wei- MARIE STEINRUD, Books, Wine and Fine China: Consumption mar Germany. MICHAEL L. HUGHES, Predatory Speculators, Hon- Patterns of a Brukspatron in Early Nineteenth-Century Swe- € € est Creditors: Money as Root of Evil or Proof of Virtue in Wei- den. SOFIA MURHEM and GORAN ULVANG, To Buy a Plate: Retail mar Germany. PAMELA E. SWETT, Mobilizing Citizens and Their and Shopping for Porcelain and Faience in Stockholm during Savings: Germany’s Public Savings Banks, 1933–39. KRAIG LARKIN, the Eighteenth Century. NADIA FERNANDEZ-DE-PINEDO and “One Would Not Get Far without Cigarettes”: The Cigarette CORINNE THEPAUT-CABASSET, A Taste for French Style in Bour- Economy in Occupied Germany, 1945–1948. ARMIN GRUNBACHER, bon Spain: Food, Drink and Clothing in 1740s Madrid. When the Deutsch Mark Was in Short Supply: Reconstruction JOHANNA ILMAKUNNAS, French Fashions: Aspects of Elite Life- € Finance between Currency Reform and “Economic Miracle.” style in Eighteenth-Century Sweden. ULLA IJAS, English Luxu- URSULA M. DALINGHAUS, Between Memorialization and Monetary ries in Nineteenth-Century Vyborg. NATACHA COQUERY, Luxury Revaluation: The 1990 Currency Union as a Site of Post- Goods beyond Boundaries: The Parisian Market during the unification Memory Work. Terror. MICHAEL J. BRADDICK and JOANNA INNES, editors. Suffer- MARY HILSON,SILKE NEUNSINGER,and IBEN VYFF,edi- ing and Happiness in England, 1550–1850: Narratives and tors. Labour, Unions and Politics under the North Star: Representations. (The Past and Present Book Series.) The Nordic Countries, 1700–2000. (International Studies New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xi, 260. in Social History, no. 28.) New York: Berghahn Books, $84.50. 2017. Pp. xv, 328. $120.00. PHIL WITHINGTON, The Invention of “Happiness.” ALEXANDRA GORAN RYDEN and CHRIS EVANS, Connecting Labour: Organiz- WALSHAM, The Happiness of Suffering: Adversity, Providence, ing Swedish Ironmaking in an Atlantic Context. INGAR KALDAL, and Agency in Early Modern England. CRAIG MULDREW,Hap- “Forest Men”: How Scandinavian Loggers’ Understandings of piness and the Theology of the Self in Late Seventeenth- “Real Men” and “Real Work” are Rooted in Personal Narra- Century England. JOANNA INNES, Happiness Contested: Happi- tives and Popular Culture about Forest Life. MALIN NILSSON, ness and Politics in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Cen- Diverse, Rather Than Desperate: Housewifization and Indus- turies. MICHAEL J. BRADDICK, The Sufferings of John Lilburne. trial Home Work in Sweden, 1906–1912. HELLE STENUM, House- FARAMERZ DABHOIWALA, Writing Petitions in Early Modern En- maids of the Past and Au Pairs of Today in Denmark: Do They gland. TIM HITCHCOCK, The Body in the Workhouse: Death, Have Anything in Common? KNUD KNUDSEN, Trade Unionism in Burial, and Belonging in Early Eighteenth-Century St Giles in Denmark, 1870–1940—from the Perspective of Work. JOHAN the Fields. MARK KNIGHTS, The “Highest Roade to Happiness”: SVANBERG, Labour Migration and Industrial Relations: Recruit- The “Active Philosophy” of James Boevey (1622–1696). SARAH ment of Foreign-Born Workers to the Swedish Engineering LLOYD, “The Wretch of To-day, may be happy To-morrow”: Industry after the Second World War. SAMI SUODENJOKI,Land Poverty and Happiness in England c.1700–1840. SARA PENNELL, Agitation and the Rise of Agrarian Socialism in South-Western Happiness in Things? Plebeian Experiences of Chattel Finland, 1899–1907. MARKO TIKKA, Strike in Finland, Revolution “Property” in the Long Eighteenth Century. ALEXANDRA SHE- in Russia: The Role of Workers in the 1905 General Strike in PARD, The Pleasures and Pains of Breastfeeding in England, the Grand Duchy of Finland. EINAR A. TERJESEN, Radicalism or c.1600–c.1800. Integration: Socialist and Liberal Parties in Norway, 1890–1914. 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368 Collected Essays EUROPE: EARLY MODERN AND MODERN MARY LINDEMANN and JARED POLEY,editors. Money in the German-Speaking Lands. (Spektrum: Publications of JOHANNA ILMAKUNNAS and JON STOBART,editors. ATaste the German Studies Association, no. 17.) New York: for Luxury in Early Modern Europe: Display, Acquisition Berghahn Books, 2017. Pp. ix, 317. $150.00. and Boundaries. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, JOHANNES DILLINGER, Money from the Spirit World: Treasure 2017. Pp. xv, 318. $114.00. Spirits, Geldma¨nnchen, Drache.VERA KELLER, Perfecting the State: Alchemy and Oeconomy as Academic Forms of Knowledge ASTRID PAJUR, The Fabric of a Corporate Society: Sumptuary in Early Modern German-Speaking Lands. ALMUT SPALDING,The Laws, Social Order, and Propriety in Early Modern Tallinn. Money Tree: Living in the Shadow of a Patrician Family in Ham- BRUNO BLONDE and VEERLE DE LAET, New and Old Luxuries burg. ANDRE WAKEFIELD, Silver Thaler and Ur-cameralists. EVE between the Court and the City: A Comparative Perspective ROSENHAFT, “All That Glitters Is Not Gold, but ...”: German on Material Cultures in Brussels and Antwerp, 1650–1735. Responses to the Financial Bubbles of 1720. BENJAMIN MARSCHKE, ALIDA CLEMENTE, Luxury and Taste in Eighteenth-Century Na- A Conspicuous Lack of Consumption: Money, Luxury, and Fash- ples: Representations, Ideas and Social Practices at the Inter- ion in King Frederick William I’s Prussia (c. 1713–40). DENNIS section between the Global and the Local. YME KUIPER,What FREY JR., “Alles Geld gehet immer auf”: Money in an Emerging About the Moorish Footman? Portrait of a Dutch Nabob as a Consumer and Cash Economy, Go¨ppingen (1735–1860). FRANK Dedicated Follower of Fashion. MICHAEL NORTH, Fashion and HATJE, Status, Friendship, and Money in Hamburg around 1800: Luxury in Eighteenth-Century Germany. KRISTOF FATSAR, Debit and Credit in the Diaries of Ferdinand Beneke (1774– Taste Inequalities in the Art Consumption of Prince Nicolaus 1848). JAN CARSTEN SCHNURR, Luxury and the Nineteenth- I Esterha´zy “the Magnificent.” JON STOBART,Making an En- Century Wu¨rttemberg Pietists. JONATHAN SPERBER, Marx on glish Country House: Taste and Luxury in the Furnishing of Money. ELIZABETH S. GOODSTEIN, Modernism, Relativism, and the Stoneleigh Abbey, 1763–1765. KERRY BRISTOL, Between the Philosophy of Money.ERIKA L. BRIESACHER, A Narrative in Not- Exotic and the Everyday: Sabine Winn at Home, 1765–1798. geld: Collecting, Emergency Money, and National Identity in Wei- MARIE STEINRUD, Books, Wine and Fine China: Consumption mar Germany. MICHAEL L. HUGHES, Predatory Speculators, Hon- Patterns of a Brukspatron in Early Nineteenth-Century Swe- € € est Creditors: Money as Root of Evil or Proof of Virtue in Wei- den. SOFIA MURHEM and GORAN ULVANG, To Buy a Plate: Retail mar Germany. PAMELA E. SWETT, Mobilizing Citizens and Their and Shopping for Porcelain and Faience in Stockholm during Savings: Germany’s Public Savings Banks, 1933–39. KRAIG LARKIN, the Eighteenth Century. NADIA FERNANDEZ-DE-PINEDO and “One Would Not Get Far without Cigarettes”: The Cigarette CORINNE THEPAUT-CABASSET, A Taste for French Style in Bour- Economy in Occupied Germany, 1945–1948. ARMIN GRUNBACHER, bon Spain: Food, Drink and Clothing in 1740s Madrid. When the Deutsch Mark Was in Short Supply: Reconstruction JOHANNA ILMAKUNNAS, French Fashions: Aspects of Elite Life- € Finance between Currency Reform and “Economic Miracle.” style in Eighteenth-Century Sweden. ULLA IJAS, English Luxu- URSULA M. DALINGHAUS, Between Memorialization and Monetary ries in Nineteenth-Century Vyborg. NATACHA COQUERY, Luxury Revaluation: The 1990 Currency Union as a Site of Post- Goods beyond Boundaries: The Parisian Market during the unification Memory Work. Terror. MICHAEL J. BRADDICK and JOANNA INNES, editors. Suffer- MARY HILSON,SILKE NEUNSINGER,and IBEN VYFF,edi- ing and Happiness in England, 1550–1850: Narratives and tors. Labour, Unions and Politics under the North Star: Representations. (The Past and Present Book Series.) The Nordic Countries, 1700–2000. (International Studies New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xi, 260. in Social History, no. 28.) New York: Berghahn Books, $84.50. 2017. Pp. xv, 328. $120.00. PHIL WITHINGTON, The Invention of “Happiness.” ALEXANDRA GORAN RYDEN and CHRIS EVANS, Connecting Labour: Organiz- WALSHAM, The Happiness of Suffering: Adversity, Providence, ing Swedish Ironmaking in an Atlantic Context. INGAR KALDAL, and Agency in Early Modern England. CRAIG MULDREW,Hap- “Forest Men”: How Scandinavian Loggers’ Understandings of piness and the Theology of the Self in Late Seventeenth- “Real Men” and “Real Work” are Rooted in Personal Narra- Century England. JOANNA INNES, Happiness Contested: Happi- tives and Popular Culture about Forest Life. MALIN NILSSON, ness and Politics in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Cen- Diverse, Rather Than Desperate: Housewifization and Indus- turies. MICHAEL J. BRADDICK, The Sufferings of John Lilburne. trial Home Work in Sweden, 1906–1912. HELLE STENUM, House- FARAMERZ DABHOIWALA, Writing Petitions in Early Modern En- maids of the Past and Au Pairs of Today in Denmark: Do They gland. TIM HITCHCOCK, The Body in the Workhouse: Death, Have Anything in Common? KNUD KNUDSEN, Trade Unionism in Burial, and Belonging in Early Eighteenth-Century St Giles in Denmark, 1870–1940—from the Perspective of Work. JOHAN the Fields. MARK KNIGHTS, The “Highest Roade to Happiness”: SVANBERG, Labour Migration and Industrial Relations: Recruit- The “Active Philosophy” of James Boevey (1622–1696). SARAH ment of Foreign-Born Workers to the Swedish Engineering LLOYD, “The Wretch of To-day, may be happy To-morrow”: Industry after the Second World War. SAMI SUODENJOKI,Land Poverty and Happiness in England c.1700–1840. SARA PENNELL, Agitation and the Rise of Agrarian Socialism in South-Western Happiness in Things? Plebeian Experiences of Chattel Finland, 1899–1907. MARKO TIKKA, Strike in Finland, Revolution “Property” in the Long Eighteenth Century. ALEXANDRA SHE- in Russia: The Role of Workers in the 1905 General Strike in PARD, The Pleasures and Pains of Breastfeeding in England, the Grand Duchy of Finland. EINAR A. TERJESEN, Radicalism or c.1600–c.1800. Integration: Socialist and Liberal Parties in Norway, 1890–1914. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW FEBRUARY 2018 Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/ahr/article-abstract/123/1/368/4840449 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 16 March 2018

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