JournalWatch
3rd quarter 2009

As a service to its members, H-German offers this index page as a single overview of current journal articles that may be of interest to H-German members.  JournalWatch will be updated quarterly.

To notify the editors of any errors or to propose an additional journal to be included on this page, please contact Bryan Ganaway at ganawayb@cofc.edu.

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Allemagne d'Aujourd'hui
American Historical Review
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte
Austrian History Yearbook
Central European History
Contemporary European History
Deutschland Archiv
Diplomatic History
European History Quarterly
European Review of Economic History
European Review of History
German History
German Life and Letters
German Politics & Society
German Quarterly
German Studies Review
Germanic Review
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht
Geschichte und Gesellschaft
The Historical Journal
Historische Anthropologie
Historische Sozialforschung
Historische Zeitschrift
Historisches Jahrbuch
History & Memory
History and Theory
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
International History Review
Journal of Cold War Studies
Journal of Contemporary History
Journal of the History of Ideas
Journal of the History of Sexuality
Journal of Modern European History
Journal of Modern History
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte
Militär und Gesellschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift
Mittelweg 36
Mittelweg 36
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur
Revue d'Allemagne
Sixteenth Century Journal
Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte
Vierte
ljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte
Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire
Werkstatt Geschichte
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit
Zeithistorische Forschungen
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft
Zeitschrift für historische Forschung
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte
 

 
 
Allemagne d'aujourd'hui, Vol. 188 (April 2009)

S. SATJUKOW, “Présence militaire soviétique en RDA”

C. LOTZ, “Fuite / Expulsion : traitement de la mémoire dans l’Allemagne divisée et réunifiée”

P-F WEBER, “Expulsion et intégration des Allemands de Pologne après la seconde guerre mondiale”

P. POUTRUS, “La migration d’ouest en est vers la RDA dans les année 50-60”

F. TAUBERT, “La RDA et la guerre d’Algérie”

H. HANNOVER, “Procès politiques en RFA dans les années 50-60”

G. MOURALIS, “Justice pénale et traitement du passé : la RDA en procès après l’unification”

 
American Historical Review, Vol. 114, No. 2 (December 2009)

ARTICLE

Sunil S. Amrith, "Tamil Diasporas Across the Bay of Bengal," 547-572

AHR ROUNDTABLE: Historians and Biography
David, Nasaw, "Introduction," 573-578

Lois W. Banner, "Biography as History, 579-586

Judith M. Brown, "Life Histories and the History of Modern South Asia, 587-595

Kate Brown, "A Place in Biography for Oneself," 596-605

Robin Fleming, "Writing Biography on the Edge of History," 606-614

Jochen Hellbeck, "Galaxy of Black Stars: The Power of Soviet Biography," 615-624

Alice Kessler-Harris, "Why Biography," 625-630

Susan Mann, "Scene Setting: Writing Biography in Chinese History," 631-639

Barbara Taylor, "Separations of Soul: Solitude, Biography, History," 640-651

Liana Vardi, "Rewriting the Lives of Eighteenth-Century Economists," 652-661

AHR FORUM: Simon Schama's A History of Britain

Introduction, 662-663

Miri Rubin, A History of Britain," 664-671

Linda Levy Peck, "Schama's Britannia," 672-683

Peter Schansky, "Simon Schama: A History of Britain," 684-691

Simon Schama, "A History of Britain: A Response," 692-700

 
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 90, No. 2 (2008)

See JournalWatch from the Second Quarter of 2008 for most recent issue.

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 40 (2009)

FORUM in Honor of R. J. W Evans

M. A. Chisholm, "The Tirolean Aristocracy in 1567"

Rona Johnston Gordon, "Controlling Time in the Habsburg Lands: The Introduction of the Gregorian Calendar in Austria below the Enns"

Graeme Murdock," Responses to Habsburg Persecution of Protestants in Seventeenth-Century Hungary"

William O-Reilly, "Lost Chances of the House of Habsburg"

Regina Pörtner, "Policing the Subject: Confessional Absolutism and Communal Autonomy in Eighteenth-Century Austria"

Howard Louthan, "Commentary: Making and Re-making the Habsburg Monarchy"

Joseph F. Patrouch, "Commentary: The Making of Five Images of the Habsburg Monarchy: Before Nation There was Agglutination"

FORUM: The Ottoman Menace

Maureen Healy, "1883 Vienna in the Turkish Mirror"

Paul Hanebrink, "Islam, Anti-Communism, and Christian Civilization: The Ottoman Menace in Interwar Hungary"

Patrick Hyder Patterson, "The Futile Crescent? Judging the Legacies of Ottoman Rule in Croatian History"

Maria Todorova, "Commentary: The Ottoman Menace in Post-Habsburg Historiography"

Larry Wolff, "Commentary: Menace as Metaphor: The Traumatic Memory of Ottoman Encounters"

ARTICLES

Alison Frank, "The Pleasant and the Useful: Pilgrimage and Tourism in Habsburg Mariazell"

Chad Bryant, "Into an Uncertain Future: Railroads and Vormärz Liberalism in Brno, Vienna, and Prague"

Michael Gubser, "A Cozy Little World: Reflections on Context in Austrian Intellectual History"

Michael Laurence Miller, "A Monumental Debate in Budapest: The Hentzi Statue and the Limits of Austro-Hungarian Reconciliation, 1851–1918"

Marius Turda, "The Biology of War: Eugenics in Hungary, 1914–1918"


 
Central European History, Vol. 42, No. 2 (June 2009)


ARTICLES
Moritz Foellmer, "Suicide and Crisis in Weimar Berlin," 195-

Stephen Gross, "Confidence and Gold: German War Finance 1914–1918," 223-

Thomas W. Maulucci, Jr. "Herbert Blankenhorn in the Third Reich," 253-

Robert Gerwarth and Stephan Malinowski, "Hannah Arendt’s Ghosts: Reflections on the Disputable Path from Windhoek to Auschwitz," 279-

MEMORIAL
Robert D. Billinger, Jr., "Enno E. Kraehe (1921–2008)" 301-
.
REVIEW ESSAY
Mark Edward Ruff, "Integrating Religion into the Historical Mainstream: Recent Literature on Religion in the Federal Republic of Germany," 307-

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 18, No. 2 (May 2009)


ARTICLES
Larry Eugene Jones, "German Conservatism at the Crossroads: Count Kuno von Westarp and the Struggle for Control of the DNVP, 1928–30," 147-

Helge Danielsen, "Making Friends at Court: Slow and Indirect Media in US PublicDiplomacy in Norway, 1950–1965," 179-

Pedro Ramos Pinto, "Housing and Citizenship: Building Social Rights in Twentieth-Century Portugal," 199-

Ewa Ochman, "Commemorating the Soviet Deportations of 1945 and Community-Building in Post-communist Upper Silesia," 217-

REVIEW ARTICLE
Douglas C. Peifer, "New Books on Memory, History and the Second World War," 235-

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 42, No. 3 (2009)

ZEITGESCHEHEN
Marc Brandstetter, "Zerstritten, pleite, geächtet. Wohin führt der Weg der NPD?", 389-393

Peter Maser, "Gratwanderung. Zum Tod von Bischof Albrecht Schönherr (1911 – 2009)," 393-394

ZEITGESCHICHTE
Helmut Müller-Enbergs & Cornelia Jabs, "Der 2. Juni 1967 und die Staatssicherheit," 395-400

Jan Foitzik, "Politische Entscheidungsfindung auf dem »kurzen Dienstweg«. Stalin und Ulbricht, Dezember 1945 bis Februar 1946," 400-405

Karl Wilhelm Fricke, "Der Geburtsmakel der DDR. Die Furcht der SED vor freien Wahlen," 406-413

Christian Schwießelmann, "Blockflöten im Parteienkonzert? Das Beispiel der Nordost-CDU von der Gründung bis zur Gegenwart," 414-424

Tim Szatkowski, "Deutsche Nation. Bundespräsident Karl Carstens im Deutschland- und Identitätsdiskurs seiner Zeit," 425-433

Günther Rüther, "Mangelnder Realitätssinn und Wirklichkeitsblindheit? Thomas Manns Besuch im geteilten Deutschland im Goethejahr 1949," 434-445

Matthias Braun, "Akteure des Bitterfelder Weges im Visier des MfS," 445-451

Clemens Heitmann & Marcus Sonntag, "Einsatz in der Produktion. Soldaten und Strafgefangene als Stützen der DDR-Staatswirtschaft," 451-458

André Steiner, "Faktoren des wirtschaftlichen Niedergangs der DDR," 459-465

Jörg Roesler, "Vom Kombinatsbetrieb zur verlängerten Werkbank. Beabsichtigte und unbeabsichtigte Folgen der Treuhandprivatisierung," 466-474

DOKUMENTATION
Hans-Hermann Hertle, "Die DDR an die Sowjetunion verkaufen? Stasi-Analysen zum ökonomischen Niedergang der DDR," 476-487

"MfS-HA XVIII, Grundfragen des Standes der Entwicklung der Volkswirtschaft der DDR im Zusammenhang mit der Gewährleistung der inneren Stabilität und Sicherheit der DDR, 25. Januar 1982," 487-495

FORUM
Wolfgang Templin, "'Erinnern und Vergessen':. Vom Umgang mit dem Erbe der DDR," 497-503

Thomas Widera, "Die DDR-Bausoldaten. Anpassung und Zusammenarbeit – die Ambivalenz von Protest gegen die SED-Diktatur," 503-511

Kerstin Engelhardt, Norbert Reichling & Andreas Wagner, "'Jugenderfahrungen in Ost- und Westdeutschland 1945 – 1990': Ein neuer Geschichtskoffer," 512-517

Michael Brau, "'Eros' und 'Handwerk' der Freiheit. Wie frei ist die Literatur?", 517-520

 
 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 33, No. 3 (June 2009)


INTRODUCTION

David C. Engerman & Corinna R. Unger, "Towards a Global History of Modernization,"  375-385

ARTICLES

Daniel Maul, "Help Them Move the ILO Way": The International Labor Organization and the Modernization Discourse in the Era of Decolonization and the Cold War," 387-404)

Jason Pribilsky, "Development and the "Indian Problem" in the Cold War Andes: Indigenismo, Science, and Modernization in the Making of the Cornell-Peru Project at Vicos," 405-426

Jeffrey James Byne, "Our Own Special Brand of Socialism: Algeria and the Contest of Modernities in the 1960s," 427-447

Daniel Speich, "The Kenyan Style of "African Socialism": Developmental Knowledge Claims and the Explanatory Limits of the Cold War, "449-466)

Brad Simpson, "Indonesia's "Accelerated Modernization" and the Global Discourse of Development, 1960–1975," 467-486

Massimiliano Trentin, "Modernization as State Building: The Two Germanies in Syria, 1963–1972," 487-505

COMMENTARY

Nick Cullather, "The Third Race," 507-512

European History Quarterly, Vol. 39, No. 3 (July 2009)

Robert Gerwarth, " Introduction," 381-387.

Robert Gerwarth and Lucy Riall, "Fathers of the Nation? Bismarck, Garibaldi and the Cult of Memory in Germany and Italy," 388-413

Roy Foster and Alvin Jackson, "Men for All Seasons? Carson, Parnell, and the Limits of Heroism in Modern Ireland," 414-438

Anna von der Goltz and Robert Gildea, "Flawed Saviours: the Myths of Hindenburg and Pétain," 439-464

Lisa A. Kirschenbaum and Nancy M. Wingfield, "Gender and the Construction of Wartime Heroism in Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union," 465-489

Stefan Berger, "On the Role of Myths and History in the Construction of National Identity in Modern Europe," 490-502

 
European Review of Economic History, Vol. 13, No. 2 (August 2009)

Jacob Weisdorf, "Why did the first farmers toil? Human metabolism and the origins of agriculture," 157-

Marcel Boldorf, "Socio-economic institutions and transaction costs: merchant guilds and rural trade in eighteenth-century Lower Silesia," 173-

Kim Abildgren, "Monetary regimes and the endogeneity of labour market structures: empirical evidence from Denmark, 1875–2007," 199-

Antonio Cubel & Teresa Sanchis, "Investment and growth in Europe during the Golden Age," 219-

Tobias Straumann & Ulrich Wiotek, "A pioneer of a new monetary policy? Sweden’s price-level targeting of the 1930s revisited," 251-

 
European Review of History, Vol. 16, No. 3 (2009)

SPECIAL ISSUE: Slavery, Citizenship, and the State in Classical Antiquity and the Modern Americas

Rachel Zelnick-Abramovitz, "Freed slaves, their status and state control in Ancient Greece Rachelm," 303 – 318

Marc Kleiwegt, "Creating new citizens: freed slaves, the state and citizenship in early Rome and under Augustus," 319 – 330

Richard Gamauf, "Slaves doing business: the role of Roman law in the economy of a Roman household," 331 – 346

Kostas Vlassopoulos, "Slavery, freedom and citizenship in classical Athens: beyond a legalistic approach," 347 – 363

Brian P. Owensby, "Legal personality and the processes of slave liberty in early-modern New Spain," 365 – 382

Loren Schweninger," Slave women, county courts and the law in the United States South: a comparative perspective," 383 – 399

Keila Grinberg, "Slavery, manumission and the law in nineteenth-century Brazil: reflections on the law of 1831 and the ‘principle of liberty’ on the southern frontier of the Brazilian empire," 401 – 411

Jane-Marie collins, "‘Uteis a si e a sociedade’ or a brief guide to creolisation in nineteenth-century Brazil: black women, mobility, marriage and markets in Salvador da Bahia (1830–1888)," 413 – 436

 
German History, Vol. 27, No. 3 (July 2009)
INTRODUCTION

Kay Schiller & Christopher Young, "The History and Historiography of Sport in Germany: Social, Cultural and Political Perspectives," 313-330

ARTICLES

Wolfgang Behringer, "Arena and Pall Mall: Sport in the Early Modern Period," 331-357

Felix Saure, "Beautiful Bodies, Exercising Warriors and Original Peoples: Sports, Greek Antiquity and National Identity from Winckelmann to ‘Turnvater Jahn’," 358-373

David Imhoof, "The Game of Political Change: Sports in Göttingen during the Weimar and Nazi Eras," 374-394

Barbara Keys, "The Body as a Political Space: Comparing Physical Education under Nazism and Stalinism," 395-413

Jutta Braun, "The People's Sport? Popular Sport and Fans in the Later Years of the German Democratic Republic," 414-428

WORKSHOP REPORT

Paul Brand, "Seventh Workshop on Early Modern German History: German Historical Institute, London, 24 October 2008," 429-432

DISCUSSION

Celia Applegate, "Metaphors of Continuity: The Promise and Perils of Taking the Long View," 433-439

 
German Life and Letters, Vol. 62, No. 3 (July 2009)

Michael Minden & Lucia Ruprecht, "Cultural Pleasure: An Introduction," 245-251

Malcolm Bowie, "The Fate of Pleasure: An Update," 252-254

Duncan Large, "On the Genealogy of Moral Pleasure1," 255-269

Ross Wilson, "Voluptuousness and Asceticism in Adorno," 270-283

Eric L. Santner, "Was Heisst Schauen? On the Vital Signs of Modernist Painting," 284-296

Michael Minden, "Kafka's 'Josefine die Sängerin oder Das Volk der Mäuse'," 297-310

Lucia Ruprecht, Pleasure and Affinity in W. G. Sebald and Robert Walser," 311-326

Carolin Duttlinger, "W. G. Sebald: The Pleasure and Pain of Beauty," 327-342

Elizabeth Boa, "Warring Pleasures and their Price: Sex in the City in Irmgard Keun's Das Kunstseidene Mädchen and Andrea Maria Schenkel's Kalteis," 343-358

   
German Politics & Society, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Spring 2009)


Helga A. Welsh, "Higher Education Reform in Germany: Advocacy and Discourse," 1-23.

Philipp Gassert, "The Anti-American as Americanizer: Revisiting the Anti-American Century in Germany," 24-38

Ricardo Bavaj, "Turning "liberal Critics " into "Liberal-Conservatives ": Kurt Sontheimer and the Re-coding of the Political Culture in the Wake of the Student Revolt of 1968," 39-59

Hans-Christian Kreuger, "Review Essay Current Trends in German Foreign Policy Analysis: A Farewell to Old Ideals?" 60-66

 
German Politics & Society, Vol. 27, No. 2 (Summer 2009)

SPECIAL ISSUE:The German Parties before the 2009 Bundestag Election

Ingolfur Blühdorn, "Have They Learnt to Swim?" 1-8

Christoph Egle, "No Escape from the Long-term Crisis? The Social Democrats' Failure to Devise a Promising Political Strategy," 9-27

Udo Zolleis, "Indeterminacy in the Political Center Ground: Perspectives for the Christian Democratic Party in 2009," 28-44

Ingolfur Blühdorn, "Option Grün: Alliance 90/The Greens at the Dawn of New Opportunities?" 45-62

Rolf Steltemeier, "On the Way Back into Government? The Free Democratic Party Gearing Up for the 2009 Elections," 63-75

Dan Hough & Michael Koss, "Populism Personified or Reinvigorated Reformers? The German Left Party in 2009 and Beyond," 76-91

Frank Decker & Lazaros Miliopoulos, "From a Five to a Six-Party System? Prospects of the Right-wing Extremist NPD," 92-107

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 82, No. 2 (Spring 2009)


Sean Franzel, "The Politics and Media of Apostrophe in Hölderlin's Hyperion," 155-173,

Natasha Grigorian, "The Poet and the Warrior: The Symbolist Context of Myth in Stefan George's Early Verse," 174-195

Oliver Simons, "'Amerika gibt es nicht': On the Semiotics of Literary America in the Twentieth Century," 196-211

Andrea Bachner, "Thomas Hettche's Wound Ethics," 212-230

Gary Schmidt, "Between Authors and Agents: Gender and Affirmative Culture in Das Leben der Anderen," 231-249

  
German Studies Review, Vol. 32, No. 2 (May 2009)

Frank Trommler, "The Lusitania Effect: America’s Mobilization against Germany in World War I," 241-

Edith Toegel, "The Garden as Literature/Literary Gardens: Notes on Barbara Frischmuth’s Garden Diaries," 267-

Kathrin Maurer, "Der 'Historikerstreit' und die politische Deutungskultur der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 279 Steffen Kailitz Archeology as Spectacle: Heinrich Schliemann’s Media of Excavation," 303-

Joshua Kavaloski, "Performativity and the Dialectic of Time in Thomas Mann’s Der Zauberberg," 319-

Russel Lemmons, "'Germany’s Eternal Son:' The Genesis of the Ernst Thälmann Myth, 1930–1950," 343-

Judith E. Martin, "The 'Tragic Mulatto' in Three Nineteenth-Century German Antislavery Texts," 357-

Andrew Plowman, "Deserters from the Bundeswehr on Page and Screen: Shifting Cultural Meanings of an Act between Desertion from the Wehrmacht and Conscientious Objection," 377-

 
The Germanic Review, Vol. 84, No. 2 (Spring 2009)


Ian Cooper, "Direction, Disruption, Voice: Durs Grünbein's 'Historien' and 'Neue Historien'," 99 - 121

Colin Benert, "'Notlagen': Kafka's Intervention in Wagner's Musical Politics," 122 - 150

Yahya Elsaghe, "Thomas Mann's Amerikaner: Stereotypie und Exilerfahrung," 151 - 176

Johannes von Moltke, "Briefly Noted: The (Inter)National: Notes from the Berlinale," 177 - 183

   
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 4/09: Kreatives Schreiben in Geschichtsunterricht

BEITRÄGE

Josef Memminger, "Schulung von historischem Denken oder bloß fiktionale Spielerei? Über kreative Schreibformen im Geschichtsunterricht," 204-

Christine Eckl, "'Sein Tod ist eine Erlösung' oder 'Wir sind stolz auf dich!' Qualitative Einblicke in perspektivisches Schreiben von Nachrufen auf der gymnasialen Mittelstufe," 222-

Christoph Schröder, "'Wir danken Ihnen für dieses Interview!' Hauptschüler gestalten ein Gespräch mit Deng Xiaoping," 230-

INFORMATIONEN NEUE MEDIEN

Gregor Horstkemper & Alessandra Sorbello Staub, "Schreibpädagogik und Neue Medien," 238-

LITERATURBERICHT

Heinz Schilling, "Konfessionalisierung, Teil II," 240-

 
GWU 5-6/09: Nationalsocialismus


BEITRÄGE

Dagmar Reese, "Warum Mädchen nicht nur gewandert sind Der 'Bund Deutscher Mädel'," 268-

Margarete Dörr, "'Der Krieg hat uns geprägt.Wie Kinder den Zweiten Weltkrieg erlebten' Möglichkeiten für die Arbeit im Geschichtsunterricht," 282-

Thomas Lange, "Ein verdrängter Krieg? Der Zweite Weltkrieg im Geschichtsunterricht – ein persönlicher und pädagogischer Rückblick," 295-

Angela Kühr, "Genius loci oder: Ich sehe, was ich weiß Eine Unterrichtssequenz zu unsichtbaren Schauplätzen lokaler NS-Geschichte in einer zehnten Gymnasialklasse," 313-

Bert Pampel, "Innerer Widerstand oder Kollaboration? Die Diskussionen um Hans Globke und Manfred Stolpe im Vergleich," 330-

INFORMATIONEN NEUE MEDIEN

Gregor Horstkemper& Alessandra Sorbello Staub, "Konträre Lebenswelten 1933–1945," 346-

LITERATURBERICHT

Heinz Schilling, "Konfessionalisierung, Teil III," 348-

 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 34, No. 4 (2008) [most recent]


Wolfgang Kaschub, "Vorbemerkung," 419–424

Veronika Lipphardt &Kiran Patel, "Klaus Neuverzauberung im Gestus der Wissenschaftlichkeit," 425–454

Helmuth Trischler & Kilian Steiner, "Innovationsgeschichte als Gesellschaftsgeschichte," 455–488

Martin Lengwiler& Stefan Beck, "Historizität, Materialität und Hybridität von Wissenspraxen," 489–523

Thomas M. Bohn, "Im allgemeinen Meer der Stimmen soll auch meine Stimme erklingen …" 524–549

Gerhard Schildt, "Arbeitsvolumen oder Arbeitszeit," 550–557

Lutz Raphael, "Geschichte der Sozialpolitik in Deutschland seit 1945 – Versuch einer Würdigung," 558–567

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 52, No. 2 (June 2009)

ART I C LE S

P. M. Kitson, "Religious change and the timing of baptism in England, 1538–1750," 269-

Helen Jacobsen, "Luxury consumption, cultural politics, and the career of the earl of Arlington, 1660–1685," 295-

J. E. Cookson, "Early nineteenth-century Scottish military pensioners as homecoming soldiers," 319-

Norihito Yamada, "George Canning and the Spanish question, September 1822 to March 1823," 343-

Roland Quinault, "Gladstone and slavery," 363-

Christopher N. B. Ross, "Lord Curzon and E. G. Browne confront the ‘Persian question," 385-

Andrew Barros, "Strategic bombing and restraint in ‘ total war’, 1915–1918," 413-

James G. Mansell, "Musical modernity and contested commemoration at the Festival of Remembrance, 1923–1927," 433-

H I STORIOGRAPHICAL REVIEWS

Ben Shepherd, "The clean Wehrmacht, the war of extermination, and beyond," 455-

Brandon High, "The recent historiography of American neoconservatism," 475-

REVIEW ART I C L E S

Jacqueline Rose, "Hobbes among the heretics ?" 493-

Clarissa Campbell, "Orr New perspectives on Hanoverian Britain," 513-

 
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 34, No. 1 (2009)


SPECIAL ISSUE: Linking Theory and Data

Nina Baur, "Problems of Linking Theory and Data in Historical Sociology and Longitudinal Research,". 7-

Alexander Freund, "Oral History as Process-generated Data," 22-

Jörg Hagenah & Heiner Meulemann, "The Analytical Potentials of Survey Trend Data from Market Research: The Case of German Media Analysis Data," 49-

Constance J. Jones & Harvey Peskin, "Americans’ Psychological Health Trajectories: Analyses of Survey Data from the Intergenerational Studies," 62-

Andreas Schmitz, Jan Skopek, Florian Schulz, Doreen Klein & Hans-Peter Blossfeld, "Indicating Mate Preferences by Mixing Survey and Process-generated Data: The Case of Attitudes and Behaviour in Online Mate Search," 77-

Britta Baumgarten & Jonas Grauel, "The Theoretical Potential of Website and Newspaper Data for Analysing Political Communication Processes,". 94-

Christoph Franke, "Genealogies of Noble Families as a Database for Social Science? Possibilities and Limits," 122-

Janette Olivia, "Young Triangulating Public Administrational and Genealogical Data. The Case of Australian Migration Research," 143-

Thomas Mayer, "Wie kommt die Eugenik in die Eugenik? Sampling und Auswahlverfahren von prozess-produzierten Daten am Beispiel eugenischer Netzwerke in Österreich," 159-

Christoph Rass, "Sampling Military Personnel Records: Data Quality and Theoretical Uses of Organizational Process-generated Data," 172-

Axel Salheiser, "Handling Ideological Bias and Shifting Validity of Longitudinal Data: The Case of Process-generated Data on GDR Elites," 197-

Stefan Bauernschmidt, "Der Einfluss von Gatekeepern auf das Stichprobenproblem am Beispiel von Automobilfernsehwerbung," 211-

Andrea Volkens, Judith Bara & Ian Budge, "Data Quality in Content Analysis. The Case of the Comparative Manifestos Project,". 234-

Stefanie Ernst, "Using Qualitative Content Analysis of Popular Literature for Uncovering Long-Term Social Processes: The Case of Gender Relations in Germany," 252-

Helmut Kuzmics, "Concept for Validating the Theoretical Potential of Historical Sources: The Case of Analyzing Long-Term Changes in the Habsburg Military Habitus," 270-

  
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 34, No. 2 (2009)


SPECIAL ISSUE: Counterfactual Thinking

Roland Wenzlhuemer, "Editorial: Unpredictability, Contingency and Counterfactuals," 9-

Neal J. Roese & Mike Morrison, "The Psychology of Counterfactual Thinking" 16-

Roland Wenzlhuemer, "Counterfactual Thinking as a Scientific Method," 27-

Richard Ned Lebow, "Counterfactuals, History and Fiction," 57-

Georg Schmid, "Counterfactuals and Futures Histories. Retrospective Imagining as an Auxiliary for the Scenarios of Expectance," 74-

Ann Talbot, "Chance and Necessity in History: E.H. Carr and Leon Trotsky Compared," 88-

Geoffrey Winthrop-Young, "Fallacies and Thresholds: Notes on the Early Evolution of Alternate History,". 99-

Helmut Weber, "The ‘But For’ Test and Other Devices – The Role of Hypothetical Events in the Law," 118-

Jens Ennen, "The Evaluation of Welfare State Performance: Modelling a Counterfactual World," 129-

Ekaterina Svetlova, "''Do I See What the Market Does Not See?': Counterfactual Thinking in Financial Markets," 147-

Juliane Schiel, "Crossing Paths between East and West. The Use of Counterfactual Thinking for the Concept of 'Entangled Histories'," 161-

Elke Ohnacker, "'What If ... Charlemagne’s Other Sons had survived?' Charlemagne’s Sons and the Problems of Royal Succession," 184-

Sören Philipps, "The Birth of the European Union: Challenging the Myth of the Civilian Power Narrative," 203-

Tobias Winnerling, "Invented Formosa, the Empire of the Great Khan and Lilliput: Can 18th Century Fiction be Counterfactual?" 215 -

Rainer Diaz-Bone Konvention, "Organisation und Institution. Der institutionentheoretische Beitrag der 'Économie des conventions'," 235-

Bernt Schnettler & Jürgen Raab, "Interpretative Visual Analysis Developments: State of the Art and Pending Problems," 65-

Ralf Bohnsack, "The Interpretation of Pictures and the Documentary Method,". 296-

Annette Vowinckel, "Past Futures: From Re-enactment to the Simulation of History in Computer Games," 322-

Carlo Ciccarelli & Stefano Fenoaltea, "Shipbuilding in Italy, 1861-1913: The Burden of the Evidence," 333-

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 17, No. 1 (2009)
AUFSAETZE

Peter-Paul Bänziger, "Liebe tun. Arbeiten an einer Emotion am Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts," 1-16.

Noyan Dinçkal, "Das gesunde Mass an Schädigung. Die Inszenierung von Sport als Wissenschaft während der Dresdener Hygiene-Ausstellung 1911," 17-.37.

Timo Luks, "Die Massengesellschaft auf dem Weg in die Kantine. Fabrikmahlzeit, Selbstbedienung und 'Ordnungsdenken' bei der Daimler-Benz AG 1948-53," 38-55.

Monica Rüthers, "Kindheit, Kosmos und Konsum in sowjetischen Bildwelten der 1960er Jahre. Zur Herstellung von Zukunftsoptimismus," 56-74.

Felix Schürmann, "Ungeahnte Wege: Mobilitätserfahrungen des befreiten Sklaven Timbo Samuel Samson im südlichen Afrika des 19. Jahrhunderts," 75-91.

Katja Füllberg-Stolberg, "Mit Pflug und Bibel: Samuel B. Coles' Mission in Angola und Liberia, 1923-1950," 92-109

DEBATTE

Lutz Raphael, "Jenseits von Strukturwandel oder Ereignis? Neuere Sichtweisen und Schwierigkeiten der Historiker im Umgang mit Wandel und Innovation," 110-120.

FORUM

Ulrich Blumenbach, "'Ah ja, die Seife in meiner Gesässtasche'. Der Kolonialismus und die Seife bei James Joyce," 121-131.

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 288, No. 2 (April 2009)


Tassilo Schmitt, "Kein König im Palast: Heterodoxe Überlegungen zur politischen und sozialen Ordnung in der mykenischen Zeit,"281-

Franka Maubach & Silke Satjukow, "Zwischen Emanzipation und Trauma: Soldatinnen im Zweiten Weltkrieg (Deutschland, Sowjetunion, USA). Ein Vergleich," 347-

 
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 288, No. 3 (June 2009)

Armin Eich, "Der Wechsel zu einer neuen grand strategy unter Augustus und seine langfristigen Folgen," 561-

Marko Kreutzmann, Bürokratische Funktionseliten und politische Integration im Deutschen Zollverein (1834–1871)," 613-

Gerrit Walther, "Vom Fundamentalismus zur 'Säkularität der Politik':Heinz Schillings neues Standardwerk zur europäischen Politik im Konfessionellen Zeitalter," 647-

 
Historisches Jahrbuch, Vol. 128 (2008)


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History & Memory, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2009)

See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2009 for most recent issue.

  
History and Theory, Vol. 48, No. 2 (May 2009)


Christoph Classen & Wulf Kansteiner, "Truth and Authenticity in Contemporary Historical Culture: An Introduction to Historical Representation and Historical Truth," 1-4

Ann Rigney, "All This Happened, More or Less: What a Novelist Made of the Bombing of Dresden," 5-24

Wulf Kansteiner, "Success, Truth, and Modernism in Holocaust Historiography: Reading Saul Friedländer Thirty-Five Years after the Publication of Metahistory," 25-53

Judith Keilbach, "Photographs, Symbolic Images, and the Holocaust: On the (Im)possibility of Depicting Historical Truth," 54-76

Christoph Classen, "Balanced Truth: Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List among History, Memory, and Popular Culture," 77-102

Claudio Fogu, "Digitalizing Historical Consciousness," 103-121

Bettina M. Carbonell, "The Syntax of Objects and the Representation of History: Speaking of Slavery in New York," 122-137

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Sprin 2009)


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International History Review, Vol. 30, No.1-4 (December 2008)


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Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2 (Spring 2009)


Robert Frazier, "Kennan, 'Universalism,' and the Truman Doctrine," 3-34

Mao Lin, "China and the Escalation of the Vietnam War: The First Years of the Johnson Administration," 35-69

Hua-yu Li, "Reactions of Chinese Citizens to the Death of Stalin: Internal Communist Party Reports," 70-88

Evanthis Hatzivassiliou, "Images of the Adversary: NATO Assessments of the Soviet Union, 1953–1964," 89-116

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 44, No. 3 (April 2009)

David Corkill & José Carlos Pina Almeida, "Commemoration and Propaganda in Salazar's Portugal: The Mundo Português Exposition of 1940," 381-399

Roberto Villa García, "The Failure of Electoral Modernization: The Elections of May 1936 in Granada," 401-429

Florentino Rodao, "Japan and the Axis, 1937—8: Recognition of the Franco Regime and Manchukuo," 431-447

Julius Ruiz, "Seventy Years On: Historians and Repression During and After the Spanish Civil War," 449-472

Karl Loewenstein, " Obshchestvennost' as Key to Understanding Soviet Writers of the 1950s: Moskovskii Literator, October 1956—March 1957," 473-492

James W. Cortada, "Public Policies and the Development of National Computer Industries in Britain, France, and the Soviet Union, 1940—80," 493-512

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 70, No. 2 (April 2009 2009)

Sarah Mortimer, "Human Liberty and Human Nature in the Works of Faustus Socinus and His Readers," 191-211

Kristoffer Neville, "Gothicism and Early Modern Historical Ethnography," 213-234

J. S. Maloy, "The Aristotelianism of Locke's Politics," 235-257

Thomas W. Staley, "The Journal Mind in its Early Years, 1876–1920: An Introduction," 259-263

Susan Lanzoni, "Sympathy in Mind (1876–1900)," 265-287

Thomas W. Staley, "Keeping Philosophy in Mind: Shadworth H. Hodgson's Articulation of the Boundaries of Philosophy and Science," 289-315

Anne Stiles, "Literature in Mind: H. G. Wells and the Evolution of the Mad Scientist," 317-339

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 7, No. 1, (March 2009)

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Journal of Modern History, Vol. 81, No. 2 (June 2009)

Marie-Laure Legay, "The Beginnings of Public Management: Administrative Science and Political Choices in the Eighteenth Century in France, Austria, and the Austrian Netherlands, 253-

Vicki Caron, "Catholic Political Mobilization and Antisemitic Violence in Fin de Siècle France: The Case of the Union Nationale," 294-

Devin O. Pendas, "Review Article: Seeking Justice, Finding Law: Nazi Trials in Postwar Europe," 347-

 
Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 18, No. 2 (May 2009)

Heather Smyth, "Mollies Down Under: Cross-Dressing and Australian Masculinity in Peter Carey's True History of the Kelly Gang," 185-214

Sahar Amer, "Medieval Arab Lesbians and Lesbian-Like Women," 215-236

Sandra Fink," Women, the Family, and the Fate of the Nation in American Anti-Catholic Narratives, 1830-1860," 237-264

Pauline Phipps, "Faith, Desire, and Sexual Identity: Constance Maynard's Atonement for Passion," 265-286

David S. Churchill, "The Queer Histories of a Crime: Representations and Narratives of Leopold and Loeb," 287-324

 
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 21, No. 2 (2008)


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Militär und Gesellschaft in der frühen Neuzeit, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2008)

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Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift, Vol. 68, No. 1 (2009)

Bernhard Sicken, "Freikauf in Staatsregie: Militärische Stellvertretung im Großherzogtum Hessen 1835/36 bis 1866"

Jan Erik Schulte, "Ein nationaler Weg: Kanada und die Schaffung der UN-Blauhelme in der Suez-Krise 1956"

Gerhard Wetti,g" Entspannung, Sicherheit und Ideologie in der sowjetischen Politik 1969 bis 1979: Zur Vorgeschichte des NATO-Doppelbeschlusses,"

NACHRICHTEN AUS DER FORSCHUNG

Rüdiger von Dehn, "Soldatinnen. Gewalt und Geschlecht im Krieg vom Mittelalter bis heute. Jahrestagung des 'Arbeitskreis Militärgeschichte e.V.', Jena, 13. bis 15. November 2008"

Carmen Winkel, "Die Kapitalisierung des Krieges. Kriegsunternehmer in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit. Internationale Konferenz im Deutschen Historischen Museum Berlin, 18. bis 20. März 2009"

Bernd Lemke, "Writing the History of Iraq: Historiographical and Political Challenges, Konferenz, Institut de hautes études internationales et du développement, Genf, 6. bis 8. November 2008"

  
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 18, No. 2 (February 2009)

Andreas Reckwitz, "Die Selbstkulturalisierung der Stadt. Zur Transformation städtischer Urbanität in der 'creative city'," 2-34:

Axel Honneth, "Der Antiquar als Befreier. Laudatio auf Quentin Skinner," 35-46

Berthold Vogel, "Streit, Zwist und Zorn. Welchen Beitrag leistet die soziologische Konflikttheorie zu einer akteursorientierten Gesellschaftsdiagnostik?" 47-60

Natan Sznaider, "Die Rettung der Bücher. Hannah Arendt in München (1949/50)," 61-76

Gerd Hankel, "Recht im Weltmaßstab. Warum der Erlass des Haftbefehls gegen Omar al-Bashir richtig ist," 77-88

"Aus der Protestchronik," 90-94

 
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 18, No. 3 (June 2009)

Thema Theresa Wobbe, "Vom nation-building zum market-building Der Wandel von Vergesellschaftungsformen im europäischen Integrationsprozess"

Maurizio Bach, "Europäische Gesellschaft" Politische Integration und gesellschaftliche Desintegration in Europa"

Steffen Mau, "Ungleichheitsdynamiken im europäischen Raum"

Maximilian Müller-Härlin, "Europäisierung? Nation und Europa in Parlamentsdebatten zur Europäischen Integration"

Jan Süselbeck, "Der erfrischende Machetenhieb Zur literarischen Darstellung des Genozids in Ruanda am Beispiel des Romans 'Hundert Tage' von Lukas Bärfuss"

Bettina Greiner, "Speziallager? Was für Speziallager? Zum historischen Ort der stalinistischen Verfolgung in Deutschland Special camps?"

 
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur, Vol. 101, No. 2 (Summer 2009)

ARTICLES

Heather I. Sullivan, "Ecocriticism, Goethe’s Optics, and Unterhaltungen deutscher Ausgewanderten:Emergent Forms versus Newtonian Criticism,"

Horst Lange, "Nazis vs. the Rule of Law: Allegory and Narrative Structure in Fritz Lang’s M"

Peter Morgan, "'Your Story is now My Story': The Ethics of Narration in Grass and Sebald"

Monika Schmitz-Emans, "''handlung entsteht schon von wort zu wort.' Gerhard Rühms Worttheater"

Stephan Jaeger, "The Atmosphere in the ‘Führerbunker.’ How to Represent the Last Days of World War"

REVIEW ARTICLES

Andreas Härter, "(K)ein Wunder, daß wir nicht singen. Neuerscheinungen der Kafka-Forschung"

Siegrfried Mews, "The Grass Debate Continues"

 
New German Critique, Vol. 36, No. 1 (Winter 2009)
 

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Past & Present, Vol. 203, No. 1 (May 2009)


Alan Strathern, "The Vijaya Origin Myth of Sri Lanka and the Strangeness of Kingship," 3-28

john Walter, "'The Pooremans Joy and the Gentlemans Plague': A Lincolnshire Libel and the Politics of Sedition in Early Modern England," 29-67

Aya Elyada, "Protestant Scholars and Yiddish Studies in Early Modern Europe," 69-98

Peter J. Gurney, "‘Rejoicing in Potatoes’: The Politics of Consumption in England During the ‘Hungry Forties’," 99-136

Michael A. Reynolds, "Buffers, not Brethren: Young Turk Military Policy in the First World War and the Myth of Panturanism," 137-179

Selina Todd, "Domestic Service and Class Relations in Britain 1900–1950, 181-204

Chase F. Robinson, "The Ideological Uses of Early Islam," 205-228

 
Revue d'Allemagne, Vol. 40, No. 4 (March 2009)


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The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 40, No. 1 (Spring 2009)

Special Issue: see Academic Search Premier for full list of book reviews

Raymond Waddington, Merry Wiesner-Hanks & David Whitford, "A History of theSixteenthCenturyJournal and Conference," 12-19

Whitney A. Leeson, James M. Ogier, "Rubies and Pearls: An Introduction to Forty Personal Reflections on the Discipline," 22-26,

Abdulla, al-Dabbagh, "Fortieth Anniversary Review of Books," 27-30

 
Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte, Vol. 37 (2009)

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Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 96, No. 1 (2009)


See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2009 for most recent issue.

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 57, No. 2 (2009)


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Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire, Vol. 102, No. 2 ( Spring 2009)

ARTICLES-ENJEU

Christian Ingrao & Jean Solchany, "La « Shoah par balles »Impressions historiennes sur l'enquête du père Desbois et sa médiatisation," 3-18

ARTICLES

Philippe Artières & Pawel Rodak, "La poste clandestine en Pologne Histoire et mémoire d'une pratique depuis l'insurrection de Varsovie jusqu'aux années 2000," 19-30

Piotr H. Kosicki, "L'avènement des intellectuels catholiques: Le mensuel Więź et les conséquences polonaises du personnalisme mounierien," 31-48

Sabine Dullin, "L'invention d'une frontière de guerre froide à l'ouest de l'Union soviétique (1945-1949)," 49-61

Sylvain Pattieu, "Voyager en pays socialiste avec Tourisme et travail," 63-77

Agnès Desmazières, "La psychanalyse à l'Index ? Sigmund Freud aux prises avec le Vatican (1921-1934)," 79-91

Laurent López, "que fait le maintien de l'ordre aux gendarmes et aux policiers: La force publique sous l'effet d'une interaction professionnelle contrainte (1870-1914)," 93-104

Éric Godeau, "Comment le tabac est-il devenu une drogue ? La société française et le tabac de 1950 à nos jours," 105-115

Yves Denéchère, "Vers une histoire de l'adoption internationale en France," 117-129

Chloé Maurel, "Unesco aujourd'hui," 131-144

]Patrick Gourlay, "Beg-an-Fry, un Solutré maritime ? La construction d'un lieu de mémoire de la Mitterrandie en Bretagne," 145-157

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 50 (July 2009)

Herbert Mehrtens, "50 = 5² + 5² = 7² + 1² = Jobeljahr. Systematische und historische Bemerkungen zur Jubiläumszahl 50"

Christine von Oertzen, "50 Jahre Rückblick 1968: Ein Eklat ohne Folgen"

Andreas Ludwig/ Katja Böhme, "50 Jahre Chemiekonferenz der DDR. Metaphorik eines Versprechens und Durchdringung des Alltags"

Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, "50 oder 51 – Puerto Rico: Kolonie, Bundesstaat oder Unabhängige Republik?"

Frank Lipschik, "49 Möglichkeiten des Glücks"

Marc Czichy,Alf Lüdtke/ & Tilmann Siebeneichner "'Falsche Fuffziger'? Arbeitsjubiläen – Zwei photographische Momentaufnahmen"

Adelheid von Saldern, "Stadtgedächtnis und Geschichtswerkstätten"

Alexander von Plato, "Ambivalenter Etablierungsprozess.Michael Zimmermann und die lebensgeschichtlichen Tücken einer 'Geschichte von unten',"

Michael Wildt, "Die große Geschichtswerkstattschlacht im Jahr 1992 oder: Wie WerkstattGeschichte entstand"

Axel Doßmann, "Anpassung, Distanzierung, Eigen-Sinn. Autobiographische Annäherungen an den Alltag im Sozialismus"

Die Herausgeber/innen, "5×50 HISTORISCHE LIEBLINGE Romane Spielfilme Dokumentarfilme Zitate Ereignisse"

 
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit, Vol. 8, No. 2 (2008)

BEITRAEGE

Alexander Grab, "Conscription and Desertion in Napoleonic Europe"

Christa Hämmerle, "Desertion vor Gericht: Zur Quellenproblematik von Militärgerichtsakten am Beispiel der k. (u.) k. Armee 1868 - 1914/18"

Ela Hornung, "'Wehrkraftzersetzung' und Denunziation: Handlungsspielräume und Zwänge im Kontext der Wehrmacht"

Thomas Geldmacher, "Von der Verweigerung des Gleichschritts. Deutsche und österreichische Wehrmachtsdeserteure nach 1945"

Maria Fritsche, "Zwischen Irakkrieg und Amerikanischem Bürgerkrieg. Das Bild des Deserteurs im Spielfilm „Cold Mountain" (R: Anthony Minghella, USA 2003)"

FORUM

Oswald Überegger, "Politik, Nation und Desertion. Zur Relevanz politisch-nationaler und ideologischer Verweigerungsmotive für die Desertion österreichisch-ungarischer Soldaten im Ersten Weltkrieg"

Kim Wünschmann, "Gedenken und Informieren. Zur Genese, Konzeption und Rezeption der Wanderausstellung 'Was damals Recht war ...' - Soldaten und Zivilisten vor Gerichten der Wehrmacht (2007/2008)"

NEU GELESEN

Magnus Koch, "Manfred Messerschmidt/Fritz Wüllner, Die Wehrmachtsjustiz im Dienste des Nationalsozialismus. Zerstörung einer Legende. Baden-Baden 1987"

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2008)

ARTICLES

Birgit Schwelling, "Gedenken im Nachkrieg. Die 'Friedland-Gedächtnisstätte'

Gerd Kühling, "Schullandheim oder Forschungsstätte? Die Auseinandersetzung um ein Dokumentationszentrum im Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz (1966/67)"

Jens Gieseke, "Bevölkerungsstimmungen in der geschlossenen Gesellschaft. MfS-Berichte an die DDR-Führung in den 1960er- und 1970er-Jahren"

DEBATE: Teilung und Befreiung Europas« Ideen für ein Museum des Kalten Krieges

Irmgard Zündorf, "Einleitung"

Konrad H. Jarausch, "Die Teilung Europas und ihre Überwindung. Überlegungen zu einem Ausstellungskonzept für Berlin"

Hope Harrison, "A Cold War Museum for Berlin"

Jost Dülffer, "Ein Museum des Kalten Krieges – oder eine Dokumentation von Teilung und Verflechtung?"

Karl Schlögel, "Jenseits von Marienborn oder: Kalter Krieg privat"

Quellen|Sources

Gisela Diewald-Kerkmann, "Die Rote Armee Fraktion im Original-Ton: Die Tonbandmitschnitte vom Stuttgarter Stammheim-Prozess"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 57, No. 5 (May 2009)


Karl Christian Führer, "'Pfui! Gemeinheit! Skandal!' Bürgerlicher Kunstgeschmack und Theaterskandale in der Weimarer Republik"

Josef Foschepoth, "Postzensur und Telefonüberwachung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (1949–1968)"

Michael Gehler, "Österreich, die DDR und die Einheit Deutschlands 1989/90"

 
ZfG, Vol. 57, No. 6 (June 2009)


ARTIKEL

Stefan Breuer, "Die 'Nordische Bewegung' in der Weimarer Republik"

Thomas Kuczynski, "Dem Regime dienen – nicht Geld verdienen Zur Beteiligung der Deutschen Reichsbahn an Deportationen und Zwangsarbeit während der NS-Diktatur Einige Überlegungen aus ökonomischer Sicht"

DISCUSSION

Jürgen Zimmerer, "Nationalsozialismus postkolonial Plädoyer zur Globalisierung der deutschen Gewaltgeschichte"

 
ZfG, Vol. 57, No. 7/8 (July/August 2009)


Hannes Heer, "Guernica oder der Beginn des Zweiten Weltkriegs (Teil I)"

Olaf Briese, "Pfusch am Bau Beiträge zur Baugeschichte der 'Berliner Mauer',"

 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung, 1/2009


Anti Selart Schismatiker, "Vereinigung der Kirchen und das Geld. Livland und die Union von Florenz (1439)," 1-31

Rouven Pons, "Kaisertreu und lutherisch. Landgraf Ludwig V. von Hessen-Darmstadt und das politische Vermächtnis seines Schwiegervaters, des Kurfürsten Johann Georg von Brandenburg," 33-70

Leonhard Horowski, "Der Preis des Erfolgs. Gunst, Kapital und Patrimonialisierung am Hof von Versailles (1661 - 1789)," 71-91

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte Vol. 54, No. 1 (2009)

Mario Klotzsche, "Indigo und die schweizerische Farbenindustrie. Großprojekte von Ciba und Geigy"

Rajah Scheepers, "Ökonomie und Theologie - die Entwicklung des Unternehmens Diakonie in den Scharnierjahrzehnten 1960 bis 1980"

Harald Degner, "Schumpeterian German Firms before and after World War I. The Innovative Few and the Non-innovative Many"

Roman Köster, "Der lange Abschied vom Luftschiff: Die Diversifizierung des Zeppelin-Konzerns nach dem ersten Weltkrieg"

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