JournalWatch
4th quarter 2008

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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
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur
Past And Present
Revue d'Allemagne
Sixteenth Century Journal
Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte
Vierteljahrshefte 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)

60e anniversaire de la naissance de la RFA, de la naissance de la RDA, 20e anniversaire de la chute du Mur de Berlin

Dossier dirigé par M. Benoit et J. Vaillant

La mémoire de 3 fondations 1949-1989/90

La fondation de la RFA et son apport historique La fondation de la RDA Berlin, ville front pendant la guerre froide

La guerre froide comme guerre idéologique et culturelle

Le Mur et Berlin aujourd’hui Cahier photographique de Tristan Siegmann L’Allemagne unifiée

Avec les contributions de : Kh. NICLAUSS, P. COMMUN, S. GOUAZÉ, M. TAMBARIN, K. WENGER, C. DEMESMAY, J. THOREL, D. ARGELÈS, D. HERBET, H. STARK, S. MARTENS, etc.

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

AHR Forum: Truth and Reconciliation in History

Elazar Barkan,"Introduction: Historians and Historical Reconciliation," 899-

David Engel, "On Reconciling the Histories of Two Chosen Peoples," 914-

Ronald Grigor Suny, "Truth in Telling: Reconciling Realities in the Genocide of the Ottoman Armenians," 930-

Charles Ingrao, "Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: The Scholars' Initiative," 947-

Jame T. Campbell, "Settling Accounts? An Americanist Perspective on Historical Reconciliation," 963-

AHR Forum: Taylor Branch's America in the King Years

Michael Kazin, "Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Meanings of the 1960s," 980-

Clayborne Carson, "The Biography Branch Might Have Written," 990-

Peniel E. Joseph, "The Black Power Movement, Democracy, and America in the King Years," 1001-

 
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 91, No. 1 (2009)
Georg Kamphausen, "Die maerchenhafte Gewissheit der gesellschaftlichen Wirklichkeit. Assoziationen im Umfeld einer Soziologie der Transzendenz"

Helga Scholten, "Technischer Fortschritt im Denken Vitruvs"

Günter Prinzing, "Das mittelalterliche Mainz und Byzanz. Historisch-politische, kirchen- und kulturgeschichtliche Aspekte"

Ursula Lehmann, "Die 'heikle' Bartfrage – Verhandlungen und Zeremoniell anlaesslich der Wahlannahme von (Gegen-)Papst Felix V"

Stefan Benz, "Vergangenheitsbewaeltigung. Die Oberpfaelzer Kloester und ihr Umgang mit ihrer zeitweiligen Aufhebung durch die Reformation"

Frank Hentschel, "Imagination historischer Quellen. Beispiele aus der Musikgeschichtsschreibung des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts"

Stefan Laube, "Calvinistische Splitter in der deutschen Reformationserinnerung zwischen Union (1817) und Calvin-Jubilaeum (1909)"

Sinje Ewert, "Musik im 'Dritten Reich'. Ein Forschungsbericht"

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 40 (2009)

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

 
Central European History, Vol. 42, No. 3 (September 2009)

Lisa Fetheringill Zwicker, "The Burschenschaft and German Political Culture, 1890–1914," 389-428

Nils Roemer, "Jewish Traveling Cultures and the Competing Visions of Modernity, "429-449

David Hamlin, " 'Dummes Geld': Money, Grain, and the Occupation of Romania in WWI," 451-471

Julia Roos, "Women's Rights, Nationalist Anxiety, and the 'Moral' Agenda in the Early Weimar Republic: Revisiting the 'Black Horror' Campaign against France's African Occupation Troops," 473-508

Paul Lerner, "An All-Consuming History? Recent Works on Consumer Culture in Modern Germany," 509-543

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 18, No. 3 (August 2009)

Special Issue: Revisiting 1989 - Causes, Course and Consequences

Amir Weiner & John Connelly, "Introduction," 247-251

Charles S. Maier, "What Have We Learned since 1989?" 253-269

Vladimir Tismaneanu, "The Revolutions of 1989: Causes, Meanings, Consequences," 271-288

Jeffrey Kopstein, "1989 as a Lens for the Communist Past and Post-communist Future," 289-302

Marci Shore, "(The End of) Communism as a Generational History: Some Thoughts on Czechoslovakia and Poland," 303-329

Mark K. Beissinger, "Nationalism and the Collapse of Soviet Communism," 331-347

Silvio Pons, "Western Communists, Mikhail Gorbachev and the 1989 Revolutions," 349-362

Andrew A. Michta, "NATO Enlargement post-1989: Successful Adaptation or Decline?" 363-376

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 18, No. 4 (November 2009)

David D. Roberts, "Political Religion and the Totalitarian Departures of Inter-war Europe: On the Uses and Disadvantages of an Analytical Category," 381-414

Carl Levy, "Frustrated of Islington," 415-418

Julius Ruiz, "'Work and Don't Lose Hope': Republican Forced Labour Camps during the Spanish Civil War," 419-441

Gerald Hughes & Rachel J. Owen, "'The Continuation of Politics by Other Means': Britain, the Two Germanys and the Olympic Games, 1949–1972," 443-474

Bernard Rulof, "Selling Social Democracy in the Netherlands: Activism and its Sources of Inspiration during the 1930s," 475-497

Talbot Timlay, "A Success Story? The Foreign Policies of France's Fourth Republic," 499-519

Dietmar Suess, "En Route to a Post-Industrial Society? Western German Contemporary History Writing on the 1970s and 1980s," 521-529

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 42, No. 4 (2009)

ZEITGESCHEHEN
Jens Planer-Friedrich, "Eine 'besondere Würdigung und Anerkennung des Widerstands?' Zur sozialen und gesellschaftlichen Lage der Verfolgten des SED-Regimes 20 Jahre nach der Friedlichen Revolution," 581-588

Sven Felix Kellerhoff, "'Alles Burra, oder was?' Das falsche Gedenken der Stiftung Berliner Mauer. Eine Polemik," 589-593

Eckhard Jesse,"Die Linke im Parteiensystem Deutschlands," 593-600

Silke Flegel & Frank Hoffmann, "'Nichts darf, soll ungesagt bleiben'. Kein neuer Literaturstreit – das Tagebuch von Günter Grass eint die deutschen Kritiker," 601-607

Wolfgang Thierse, "Glaubwuerdiger Zeuge fuer den Wert der Freiheit. Karl Wilhelm Fricke zum 80. Geburtstag," 607-609

Reiner Kunze, "Stets kritisch-zuverlässig. Zum 70. Geburtstag Juergen P. Wallmanns," 610-611

ZEITGESCHICHTE
Silke Satjukow, "Die Westgruppe im Herbst 1989: 'Elementarste Voraussetzung, daß hier nichts passiert!'," 612-621

Peter Erler, "Das Gefaengnis der sowjetischen Spionageabwehr in Potsdam," 622-632

Martin Grescha, "Staat und Kirche in der DDR. Ein Ueberblick in Dezennien," 633-644

Knud Andresen, "Judentum als utopische Ressource. Zum 100. Geburtstag von Heinz Brandt," 644-652

FORUM
Hans-Jürgen Papier, "Recht und Freiheit. 60 Jahre Grundgesetz – 20 Jahre friedliche Revolution," 653-659

"'Die fehlende kollektive Auseinandersetzung mit der Vergangenheit wird Folgen haben' Ein Gespraech mit Ralph Giordano," 660-665

Bodo von Borries, "Zwischen 'Katastrophenmeldungen' und 'Alltagsernuechterungen?' Empirische Studien und pragmatische Ueberlegungen zur Verarbeitung der DDR-(BRD-)Geschichte," 665-677

Angela Siebold, "Zwischen Annaeherung und Entfremdung. Zur geschichtspolitischen Neukonzeption des deutsch-polnischen Verhaeltnisses nach 1989," 677-683

Karin Thomas, "Die Rezeption der Kunst aus der DDR in der Bundesrepublik bis 1989," 684-695

Theo Meier-Ewert, "Nachkrieg und Unfrieden. Bericht über Akademie oder Literarische Szenen aus Nachkriegsdeutschland," 695-700

 
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 42, No. 5 (2009)

ZEITGESCHEHEN

Markus Linden, "Was ist eine Partei? Kritische Anmerkungen zu den Beschluessen des Bundeswahlausschusses," 773-780

Christoph Stawenow, "Warum ist Deutschland noch nicht zusammengewachsen? Zur Entstehung einer politischen Teilkultur in den neuen Bundeslaendern," 781-787

Markus Porsche-Ludwig, "19 Jahre deutsche Wiedervereinigung. Eine Bilanz der Verfassungsdebatte," 788-795

Manfred Jaeger, "Zigeunergeiger mit Spieltrieb. Zum Tod von Adolf Endler (1930–2009)," 796-767

DOKUMENTATION

"'Das Jahr 1989 feiern, heißt auch, sich an 1939 zu erinnern!' Eine Erklaerung zum 70. Jahrestag des Hitler-Stalin-Pakts am 23. August," 798-801

"'Die historische Erinnerung ist ein Mandat fuer Handeln in Gegenwart und Zukunft,' Leipziger Thesen," 801-803

"Von einer Gleichwertigkeit der Lebensverhältnisse verabschieden? Ein Politikvorschlag zum demografischen Wandel," 803-809

Jochen Laufer, "Stalin, Dimitrov und der Aufruf der KPD vom 11. Juni 1945. Deutschland und die Pax Sovietica," 810-815

"Dokumentation: Aufruf der KPD vom Juni 1945," 815-820

ZEITGESCHICHTE

Klaus Baestlein, "Der letzte 'Tag der Republik': Aus den staatsanwaltschaftlichen Ermittlungen zum 7./8. Oktober 1989 in Berlin," 821-831

Wolfgang Mayer, "Die bundesdeutschen Botschaften in Budapest und Prag vor und waehrend des Herbstes 1989," 831-841

Daniel Friedrich Sturm, "Metternich in Moskau: Egon Bahrs Wandel durch Annaeherung," 841-846

Nikolaus Werz: "Lateinamerikaner in der DDR," 846-855

Ronald Galenza, "Eine moribunde Rentnerin. AMIGA," 856-862

FORUM

Kathi Bromberger, Bert Pampel & Matthias Rosendahl, "Jetzt haben wir auch mal die schlechten Seiten der DDR gesehen: Eine empirische Studie zu Schulklassenbesuchen in der Gedenkstätte Bautzen," 863-873

Jürgen Koller, "… und der Beton, gegossen fuer die sozialistische Ewigkeit, zerbroeselt: Randnotizen zu einem Ehrenhain der Sozialisten," 873-879

Marko Demantowsky, "Das geplante neue Berliner Nationaldenkmal für 'Freiheit und Einheit': Ansprueche, Geschichte und ein gut gemeinter Vorschlag," 879-887

Michael Luehmann, "Als die Demokratie wieder laufen lernte," 887-891

Axel Klausmeier, "Ein Memorialort neuer Praegung. Die Erweiterung der 'Gedenkstaette Berliner Mauer' an der Bernauer Straße," 892-900

Juergen P. Lang, "Heilige Rosa? Die Luxemburg-Rezeption in der Partei 'Die Linke'," 900-907

 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 33, No. 4 (September 2009)

SPECIAL FORUM: TRANSFORMING THE COLD WAR: THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA, 1969–1980

Enrico Fardella, "The Sino-American Normalization: A Reassessment," 545-578

Brec Walker, "'Friends, But Not Allies'—Cyrus Vance and the Normalization of Relations with China," 579-594

Brian Hilton, "'Maximum Flexibility for Peaceful Change': Jimmy Carter, Taiwan, and the Recognition of the People's Republic of China," 595-613

Mircea Munteanu, "Communication Breakdown? Romania andthe Sino-American Rapprochement," 615-631

SPECIAL FORUM: U.S.-SOVIET RELATIONS IN THE ERA OF DÉTENTE

Dan Caldwell, "The Legitimation of the Nixon-Kissinger Grand Design and Grand Strategy," 633-652

Julian E. Zelizer, "Détente and Domestic Politics," 653-670

Douglas E. Selvage, "Transforming the Soviet Sphere of Influence? U.S.-Soviet Détente and Eastern Europe, 1969–1976," 671-687

Stephen R. Twigge, "Operation Hullabaloo: Henry Kissinger, British Diplomacy, and the Agreement on thePrevention of Nuclear War," 689-701

Angela Romano, "Détente, Entente, or Linkage? The Helsinki Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe in U.S. Relations with the Soviet Union," 703-722

Kathleen Parthé, "The Politics of Détente-Era Cultural Texts: 1969–1976," 723-733

Effie G. H. Pedaliu, "'A Sea of Confusion': The Mediterranean and Détente, 1969–1974," 735-750

Diplomatic History, Vol. 33, No. 5 (November 2009)

BERNATH LECTURE

Paul A Kramer, "s the World Our Campus? International Students and U.S. Global Power in the LongTwentieth Century," 775-806

ARTICLES

Angelo Repousis, "'The Devil's Apostle': Jonas King's Trial against the Greek Hierarchy in 1852 and the Pressure to Extend U.S. Protection for American Missionaries Overseas," 807-837

Kevin Smith, "Reassessing Roosevelt's View of Chamberlain after Munich: Ideological Affinity in the Geoffrey Thompson-Claude Bowers Correspondence," 839-864

Dean J. Kotlowski, " Breaching the Paper Walls: Paul V. McNutt and Jewish Refugees to the Philippines, 1938–1939," 865-896

Ryan M. Irwin, "A Wind of Change? White Redoubt and the Postcolonial Moment, 1960–1963," 897-925

frédéric bozo, "'Winners' and 'Losers': France, the United States, and the End of the Cold War," 927-956

European History Quarterly, Vol. 39, No. 4 (October 2009)

Eric Storm, "Painting Regional Identities: Nationalism in the Arts, France, Germany and Spain, 1890—1914," 557-582

Inbal Ofer, "A ‘New’ Woman for a ‘New’ Spain: The Sección Femenina de la Falange and the Image of the National Syndicalist Woman," 583-605.

Marc Buggeln, "Building to Death: Prisoner Forced Labour in the German War Economy — The Neuengamme Subcamps, 1942—1945," 606-632.

Danilo Raponi, "An ‘anti-Catholicism of free trade?’ Religion and the Anglo-Italian negotiations of 1863," 633-652

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

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

 
European Review of History, Vol. 16, No. 4 (2009)

Harm Kaal, "Running the big city: the Dutch prewar mayoralty under construction Harm," 437 – 452

Morgan Meyer, "Creativity and its contexts: the emergence, institutionalisation and professionalisation of science and culture in Luxembourg," 453 – 476

Bertrand Vayssière, "L'élargissement de 2004 au regard des précédents espagnol et portugais: un jeu de miroirs?" 477 – 497

Dieter Gosewinkel, "Introduction: neither East nor West – new approaches to citizenship in modern European history," 499 – 501

Regula Argast, "An unholy alliance: Swiss citizenship between local legal tradition, federal laissez-faire, and ethno-national rejection of foreigners 1848–1933," 503 – 521

Benno Gammerl, "Subjects, citizens and others: the handling of ethnic differences in the British and the Habsburg Empires (late nineteenth and early twentieth century)," 523 – 549

Ulrike von Hirschhausen, "From imperial inclusion to national exclusion: citizenship in the Habsburg monarchy and in Austria 1867–1923," 551 – 573

Dieter Gosewinke l& Stefan Meyer, "Citizenship, property rights and dispossession in postwar Poland (1918 and 1945)," 575 – 595

 
German History, Vol. 27, No. 4 (October 2009)

Articles

Jens Jaeger, "Colony as Heimat? The Formation of Colonial Identity in Germany around 1900," 467-489

Douglas Klahr, "Wilhelm II's Weisser Saal and its Doppelthron," 490-513

Robert Loeffel, "Soldiers and Terror: Re-evaluating the Complicity of the Wehrmacht in Nazi Germany," 514-530

Reflections

Alon Confino, "A World Without Jews: Interpreting the Holocaust," 531-559;

Forum

"Everyday life in Nazi Germany," 560-579

 
German Life and Letters, Vol. 62, No. 4 (October 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. 3 (Autumn 2009)

Articles

Jason James, "Retrieving a Redemptive Past: Protecting Heritage and Heimat in East German Cities," 1-27

Katie Sutton, "The Masculinized Female Athlete in Weimar Germany," 28-49

Peter O'Brien, "Making (Normative) Sense of the Headscarf Debate in Europe," 50-76

Review Essay

Jonathan A Bush, "Nathan Stoltzfus and Henry Friedlander, eds., Nazi Crimes and the Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008)," 77-93

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 82, No. 3 (Summer 2009)

Special Issue on German-Jewish and Jewish-German Studies

Todd Pressner, "Remapping German-Jewish Studies: Benjamin, Cartography, Modernity"

Jonathan M. Hess, "Beyond Subversion: German Jewry and the Poetics of Middlebrow Culture"

Leo W. Riegert, Jr., "Subjects and Agents of Empire: German Jews in Post-Colonial Perspective"

Paul Reitter, "The Jewish Self-Hatred Octopus"

Susan E. Shapiro, "The Status of Women and Jews in Moses Mendelssohn’s Social Contract Theory: An Exceptional Case"

  
German Studies Review, Vol. 32, No. 3 (October 2009)

Gail K. Hart, "Schiller’s 'An die Freude' and the Question of Freedom," 479-

Richard T. Gray, "From Grids to Vanishing Points: W. G. Sebald’s Critique of Visual-Representational Orders in Die Ringe des Saturn," 495-

Sara Ann Sewell, "Mourning Comrades: Communist Funerary Rituals in Cologne during the Weimar Republic," 527-

Larry L. Ping, "Gustav Freytag’s Bilder aus der deutschen Vergangenheit and the Meaning of German History," 549-

Dominik Finkelde, "Normativitaet und Transgression: Kleists Prinz Friedrich von Homburg und die obszoene Unterseite des Gesetzes," 569-

Jenny Wuestenberg, "Vom alternativen Laden zum Dienstleistungsbetrieb: the Berliner Geschichtswerkstatt. A Case Study in Activist Memory Politics," 590-

Perry Myers, "Leopold von Schroeder’s Imagined India: Buddhist Spirituality and Christian Politics During the Wilhelmine Era," 619-

Michael E. Auer, "'Originalnatur' in Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre," 637-

 
The Germanic Review, Vol. 84, No. 3 (Summer 2009)


Silke-Maria Weineck, "Invisible Person: Schmitt and the Master Trope of Power," 199 - 221

David Pan, "Sacrifice as Political Representation in Bertolt Brecht's Lehrstuecke," 222 - 250

"Briefly Noted: A Monument Under Lock and Key: Seeking Germany's Colonial Lieux de Mémoire," 251 - 258

   
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 7-8/09: Calvin und der Calvinismus

BEITRAEGE

Heinz Schilling, "Calvin und die calvinistische Konfessionskultur Fremdheitserfahrung und Modernitaet," 372-

Stefan Ehrenpreis, "Calvinismus und Moderne Mythen, Themen, Forschungsperspektiven," 387-

Michel Pauly, "Stadtentstehung im mittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Nordwesteuropa," 406-

BERICHTE UND KOMMENTARE

Ansgar Reiss, "'Calvinismus. Die Reformierten in Deutschland und Europa' Die Ausstellung im Deutschen Historischen Museum Berlin," 421-

INFORMATIONEN NEUE MEDIEN

Gregor Horstkemper & Alessandra Sorbello Staub, "Ein Theologe mit Langzeitwirkung Jean Calvin und das Reformiertentum im Internet," 431-

 
GWU 9/09: 1949 - Rueckblicke auf der Geschichte der Bundesrepublic

BEITRAEGE

Edgar Wolfrum, "Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland – trotz allem geglueckt?" 468-

Hans-Ulrich Wehler, "Die Last des Erfolgs Die Vorteile des 'Wirtschaftswunders' und die Buerde der Sozialen Ungleichheit – eine historische Kosten-Nutzen-Analyse nach 60 Jahren Bundesrepublik," 478-

Heinrich August Winkler, "Die deutsche Frage ist geloest, die europaeische Frage ist offen 60 Jahre Bundesrepublik: Rueckblick und Ausblick," 490-

Christoph Kleßmann, "Wiedergelesen: Die doppelte Staatsgründung," 495-

BAUSTEINE FUER DIE UNTERRICHTSPRAXIS

Joachim Rohlfes, "Zwei Insider-Stimmen zur Arbeit des Parlamentarischen Rates (1949)," 501-

 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 35, No. 1 (2009)

Jochen Oltmer, "Einfuehrung: Europaeische Migrationsverhaeltnisse und Migrationsregime in der Neuzeit," 5–27

Alexander Schunka, "Konfession und Migrationsregime in der Fruehen Neuzeit," 28–63

Christiane Reinecke, "Riskante Wanderungen," 64–97

Christoph Rass, "Bilaterale Wanderungsvertraege und die Entwicklung eines internationalen Arbeitsmarktes in Europa 1919–1974," 98–134

Patrice Poutrus, "Zuflucht im Nachkriegsdeutschland S. 135–175 Mommsen, Hans Nachruf auf Henry A. Turner (1932–2008)," 176–178

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 52, No. 3 (September 2009)

Alice Hunt, "The Monarchical Republic of Mary I," 557-572

Laura A. M. Stewart, "English Funding of the Scottish Armies in England and Ireland, 1640-1648," 573-593

K. R. P. Clark, "Defoe, Dissent, and Early Whig Ideology,"pp 595-614

Andrew R. Holmes, "Presbyterian Religion, Historiography and Ulster Scots Identity," 615-640

Bonnie J. White, "Volunteerism and Early Recruitment Efforts in Devonshire, August 1914-December 1915," 641-666

Laura Beers, "Labour's Britain, Fight For It Now!" 667-695

Andrew J. Gawthorpe, "The Ford Administration and Security Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region after the Fall of Saigon," 697-716

Anthony J. LaVolpa, "A New Intellectual History? Jonathan Israel's Enlightenment," 717-738

Julia Ann Laite, "Historical Perspectives on Industrial Development, Mining, and Prostitution," 739-761

Mark Fenemore, "The Recent Historiography of Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Germany," 763-779

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

Special Issue: Counterfactual Thinking

INTRODUCTION

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-

COUNTERFACTUAL HISTORY

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-

COUNTERFACTUALS IN OTHER DISCIPLINES

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-

CASE STUDIES IN COUNTERFACTUAL HISTORY

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-

Soeren 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-

  
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 34, No. 3 (2009)

Special Issue: Social Bookkeeping Data

Nina Baur, "Measurement and Selection Bias in Longitudinal Data: A Framework for Re-Opening the Discussion on Data Quality and Generalizability of Social Bookkeeping Data," 9-

Mark Abrahamson, Kenneth Bollen, Myron P. Gutmann, Gary King & Amy Pienta, "Preserving Quantitative Research-Elicited Data for Longitudinal Analysis:. New Developments in Archiving Survey Data in the U.S.," 51-

Christoph Thonfeld, "Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative Research-Elicited Data for Longitudinal Analysis: The Case of Oral History Data on World War II Forced Labourers," 60-

Spyridoula Arathymou, "Finding and Accessing the Right Archive and Archival Data: Archival Tools to Support Research and to Make Archives Available to Public," 71-

George Alter, Kees Mandemakers & Myron P. Gutmann, "Defining and Distributing Longitudinal Historical Data in a General Way Through an Intermediate Structure," 78-

Tatjana Mika, "The Effects of Social and Institutional Change on Data Production: The Case of Welfare State Reforms on the Rise and Decline of Unemployment and Care-Giving in the German Pension Fund Data," 115-

Thomas Kruppe, "Empirical Consequences of Definitions: The Case of Unemployment in German Register Data," 138-

Peter B. Meyer, "Who had an occupation? Changing Boundaries in Historical U.S. Census Data," 149-

Gunnar Thorvaldsen, "Changes in Data Collection Procedures for Process-Generated Data and Methodological Implications: The Case of Ethnicity Variables in 19th Century Norwegian Censuses," 168-

Christian Seysen, "Effects of Changes in Data Collection Mode on Data Quality in Admi- nistrative Data:. The Case of Participation in Programmes Offered by the German Employment Agency," 191-

Tanja Hethey & Anja Spengler, "Combined Firm Data for Germany (KombiFiD): Matching Process-Generated Data and Survey Data," 204-

Markus Köhler & Ulrich Thomsen, "Data Integration and Consolidation of Administrative Data From Various Sources: The Case of Germans’ Employment Histories," 215-

Martina Huber & Alexandra Schmucker, "Cleansing Procedures for Overlaps and Inconsistencies in Administrative Data: The Case of Length of Unemployment in German Labour Market Data," 230-

Patrycja Scioch & Dirk Oberschachtsiek, "Cleansing Procedures for Overlaps and Inconsistencies in Administrative Data: The Case of German Labour Market Data," 242-

PART II: FOCUS - Children Born of War: Second World War and Beyond /Kinder des Krieges: Zweiter Weltkrieg und danach

Ingvill C. Mochmann, Sabine Lee & Barbara Stelzl-Marx, "The Children of Occupations Born During the Second World War and Beyond – An Overview," 263

Ingvill C. Mochmann & Arne Øland, "Der lange Schatten des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Kinder deutscher Wehrmachtssoldaten und einheimischer Frauen in Daenemark," 283-

Monika Diederichs, "'Moffenkinder': Kinder der Besatzung in den Niederlanden," 304-

Sabine Lee, "Kinder amerikanischer Soldaten in Europa: ein Vergleich der Situation britischer und deutscher Kinder," 321

Barbara Stelzl-Marx, "Die unsichtbare Generation. Kinder sowjetischer Besatzungssoldaten in Oesterreich und Deutschland," 352

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 17, No. 2 (2009)

Aufsaetze

Gertraud Seiser, "Neuer Wein in alten Schlaeuchen? Aktuelle Trends in der ökonomischen Anthropologie," 157-177

Beate Wagner-Hasel, "Hundert Jahre Gelehrtenstreit ueber den Charakter der antiken Wirtschaft: Zur Aktualitaet von Karl Buechers Wirtschaftsanthropologie," 178-201

Joseph Morsel, "Die Ausbildung der Einwohnerschaften im Mittelalter: Die Verräumlichung des Sozialen als Grundmerkmal der historischen Entwicklung im Mittelalter," 202-221

Julien Demande, "Grundrente, Jahreszyklus und monetarisierte Zirkulation: Zur Funktionsweise des spätmittelalterlichen Feudalismus," 222-244

Debatte

Paolo Prodi, "7. Gebot: 'Du sollst nicht stehlen'. Zur Entstehung des abendländischen Marktes zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit," 245-259

Ludolf Kuchenbuch, "Am Nerv des Geldes. Die Verbankung der deutschen Verbraucher 1945-2005," 260-275

Forum

Helene Tello, "Die Buechse der Pandora. Zum Einsatz von Schaedlingsbekaempfungsmitteln an Kunst- und Kulturgut," 276-282

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 289, No. 1 (August 2009)

Lothar Gall, "150 Jahre Historische Zeitschrift," 1-

Hartmut Leppin, "Die Alte Geschichte und die Anfaenge der Historischen Zeitschrift," 25-

Uwe Walter, "Althistorie und Allgemeine Geschichte nach der Katastrophe. Die Beitraege von Alfred Hess in der Historischen Zeitschrift," 49-

Johannes Fried, "Das frühere und hohe Mittelalter im Spiegel der Historischen Zeitschrift," 75-

Frank Rexroth, "Geschichte erforschen oder Geschichte schreiben? Die deutschen Historiker und ihr Spaetmittelalter 1859–2009," 109-

Georg Eckert & Gerrit Walther, "Die Geschichte der Frühneuzeitforschung in der Historischen Zeitschrift 1859–2009," 149-

Andreas Fahrmeir, "Ort des Konsenses oder Historische Streitschrift? Zur Geschichte des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts in der Historischen Zeitschrift," 199-

Werner Plumpe, "Die Wirtschaftsgeschichte in der Historischen Zeitschrift. Ein Ueberblick," 223-

 
Historisches Jahrbuch, Vol. 128 (2008)


See JournalWatch from the fourth quarter of 2008 for most recent issue.

 
History & Memory, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Fall 2009)
Michael Confino, "The New Russian Historiography, and the Old—Some Considerations," 7–33.

Boris Kolonitskii, "Russian Historiography of the 1917 Revolution: New Challenges to Old Paradigms?" 34–59

Teddy J. Uldricks, "War, Politics and Memory: Russian Historians Reevaluate the Origins of World War II," 60–82

Vera Kaplan, "The Vicissitudes of Socialism in Russian History Textbooks," 83–109

Victor Shnirelman, " Stigmatized by History or by Historians? The Peoples of Russia in School History Textbooks," 110–149

Yaacov Ro'i, "The Transformation of Historiography on the 'Punished Peoples'," 150–176

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

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

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 23, No. 2 (Fall 2009)

Waitman Beorn, "Negotiating Murder: A Panzer Signal Company and the Destruction of the Jews of Peregruznoe, 1942," 185-213

Donald W. Beachler, "Arguing about Cambodia: Genocide and Political Interest," 214-238

Eric C. Steinhart, "The Chameleon of Trawniki: Jack Reimer, Soviet Volksdeutsche, and the Holocaust," 239-262

Tomislav Dulic, "Mapping Out the 'Wasteland': Testimonies from the Serbian Commissariat for Refugees in the Service of Tudjman's Revisionism," 263-284

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


See JournalWatch from the fourth quarter of 2008 for most recent issue.

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Summer 2009)

Special Issue: Soviet Espionage in the United States During the Stalin Era

John Earl Haynes, "Alexander Vassiliev’s Notebooks and the Documentation of Soviet Intelligence Activities in the United States during the Stalin Era," 6-25

Eduard Mark, "Alger Hiss: A Final Verdict from the Archives of the KGB," 26-67

Gregg Herken, "Target Enormoz: Soviet Nuclear Espionage on the West Coast of the United States, 1942–1950," 68-90

Steven T. Usdin, "The Rosenberg Ring Revealed: Industrial-Scale Conventional and Nuclear Espionage," 91-143

Max Holland, "I. F. Stone: Encounters with Soviet Intelligence Max Holland," 144-205

John F. Knox, Jr., "What the Spiders Did: U.S. and Soviet Counterintelligence before the Cold War," 206-224

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 44, No. 4 (October 2009)

Heather Wolffram Crime, "Clairvoyance and the Weimar Police," 581-601

Tobias Straumann, "Rule Rather than Exception: Brüning’s Fear of Devaluation in Comparative Perspective," 603-617

Milan Hauner, "'We Must Push Eastwards!' The Challenges and Dilemmas of President Bene after Munich," 619-656

Gaia Baracetti Foibe, "Nationalism, Revenge and Ideology in Venezia Giulia and Istria, 1943—5," 657-674

Adam R. Seipp, "Refugee Town: Germans, Americans, and the Uprooted in Rural West Germany, 1945—52," 675-695

Glen O'Hara, "'This is What Growth Does': British Views of the European Economies in the Prosperous ‘Golden Age’ of 1951—73," 697-718

Kaja Shonick, "Politics, Culture, and Economics: Reassessing the West German Guest Worker Agreement with Yugoslavia," 719-736

William Mallinson, "Cyprus, Britain, the USA, Turkey and Greece in 1977: Critical Submission or Submissive Criticism?" 737-752.

Lars Rensmann, "Review Article: Genocidal Politics — Rethinking Crimes against Humanity in Global Perspective," 753-766

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 70, No. 3 (July 2009)

Alfred, Hiatt, "Diplomatic Arts: Hickes against Mabillon in the Republic of Letters," 351-373

Edward A. Eigen, "The Plagiarism of the Heathens Detected: John Wood, the Elder (1704–1754) on the Translation of Architecture and Empire," 375-397

Guillaume Ansart, "Variations on Montesquieu: Raynal and Diderot’s Histoire des deux Indes and the American Revolution," 399-420

Damien Valdez, "Bachofen’s Rome and the Fate of the Feminine Orient," 421-443

Daniel Immerwahr, "Polanyi in the United States: Peter Drucker, Karl Polanyi, and the Midcentury Critique of Economic Society," 445-466

Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen, "Significs and the Origins of Analytic Philosophy," 467-490

Steven Nadler, "The Jewish Spinoza," 491-510

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 7, No. 2, (2009)
Special Issue: Health and Safety at Work in a Transnational Perspective

Paul-André Rosental, "Introduction"

Thomas Cayet, Paul-André Rosental & Marie Thébaud-Sorger, "How International Organisations Compete: Occupational Safety and Health at the ILO, a Diplomacy of Expertise"

Julia Moses, "Foreign Workers and the Emergence of Minimum International Standards for the Compensation of Workplace Accidents, 1880-1914"

Martin Lengwiler, "Internationale Expertennetzwerke und nationale Sozialstaatsgeschichte: Versicherung der Silikose in Deutschland und der Schweiz (1900-1945)"

Emanuela Mackova & Paul-André Rosental, "Les démocraties populaires d’Europe de l’Est ont-elles protégé la santé de leurs travailleurs? La Tchécoslovaquie socialiste face à la silicose"

Nicolas Hatzfeld, "Expertise transnationale, pouvoirs nationaux et acteurs sociaux. Deux moments d’attention aux troubles musculosquelettiques"

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

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

 
Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 18, No. 3 (September 2009)

Special Isue: New Perspectives on Commercial Sex and Sex Work in Urban America, 1850–1940

Timothy J. Gilfoyle, "Introduction," 359-366

Don Romesberg, "'Wouldn’t a Boy Do?': Placing Early-Twentieth-Century Male Youth Sex Work into Histories of Sexuality," 367-392

Mary Ting Yi Lui, "Saving Young Girls from Chinatown: White Slavery and Woman Suffrage, 1910–1920," 393-417

Cheryl D. Hicks, "'Bright and Good Looking Colored Girl': Black Women’s Sexuality and 'Harmful Intimacy' in Early-Twentieth-Century New York," 418-456

Val Marie Johnson, "'Look for the Moral and Sex Sides of the Problem': Investigating Jewishness, Desire, and Discipline at Macy’s Department Store, New York City, 1913," 457-485

Timothy J. Gilfoyle, "Barnum’s Brothel: P.T.’s 'Last Great Humbug'," 486-513

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


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

 
Militär und Gesellschaft in der frühen Neuzeit, Vol. 13, No. 1 (2009)

Jan Willem Huntebrinker & Ulrike Ludwig, "Militaer und materielle Kultur in der Fruehen Neuzeit. Einführung," 7-

Nikolas Funke, "'Naturali legitimaque Magica' oder 'Teufflische Zauberey'? Das 'Festmachen' im Militaer des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts," 16-

Ulrike Ludwig, "Der Zauber des Toetens. Waffenmagie im fruehneuzeitlichen Militaer," 33-

Urte Evert, "'Gute Sach stärkt den Mann': Sachkundliche Ueberlegungen zu symbolischen Funktionen der fruehneuzeitlichen Militaerwaffen," 50

Jan Willem Huntebrinker, "Soldatentracht? Mediale Funktionen materieller Kultur in Soeldnerdarstellungen des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts," 75-

Marian Fuessel, "Der Wert der Dinge. Materielle Kultur in soldatischen Selbstzeugnissen des Siebenjaehrigen Krieges," 104-

Klaus Wolf, "Vom Zweckbau zum Denkmal. Das stadtkoelnische Zeughaus in der Wahrnehmung der fruehneuzeitlichen Oeffentlichkeit," 122

  
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift, Vol. 69, 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. 4 (August/September 2009)

"Wenn das stimmt, werde ich Terrorist!"

Perry Anderson, "Ein neues Deutschland?. Die Bundesrepublik 20 Jahre nach dem Mauerfall"

Jan Philipp Reemtsma, "Der Held, das Ich und das Wir"

Bernd Greiner, "Angst im Kalten Krieg. Bilanz und Ausblick"

 
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 18, No. 5 (October/November 2009)

Thema

Berthold Vogel, "Versoehnen und gestalten?: Forschungsperspektiven auf Arbeitsrecht und Arbeitsrichter"

Birte Hellmig, "Richterbilder und der Begriff des Politischen. Ein empirischer Beitrag zu den Selbst- und Rechtsverständnissen der Arbeitsrichterschaft

Sebastian Weber Richterliche, "Spielregeln für die Arbeitswelt"

Literaturbeilage

Jens Hacke, "Ironiker in der Bundesrepublik: Hans Magnus Enzensberger und Odo Marquard"

Wolfgang Kraushaar, "Vexierbild: Hans Magnus Enzensberger im Jahre 1968"

Stig Förster, "Krieg und Genozid. Ueberlegungen zum Problem extremer Gewalt in universalhistorischer Perspektive"

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

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

 
New German Critique, Vol. 36, No. 2 (Summer 2009)

Andrés Mario Zervigón, "A 'Political Struwwelpeter'? John Heartfield's Early Film Animation and the Crisis of Photographic Representation," 5-51

Sabine Kriebel, "Manufacturing Discontent: John Heartfield's Mass Medium," 53-88

Elizabeth Otto, "A 'Schooling of the Senses': Post-Dada Visual Experiments in the Bauhaus Photomontages of László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt," 89-131

Maria Gough, "Back in the USSR: John Heartfield, Gustavs Klucis, and the Medium of Soviet Propaganda," 133-183

Cristina Cuevas-Wolf, "Montage as Weapon: The Tactical Alliance between Willi Münzenberg and John Heartfield," 185-205

Karin L. Crawford, "Gender and Terror in Gerhard Richter's October 18, 1977 and Don DeLillo's 'Baader-Meinhof'," 207-230

Bernhard Malkmus, "Intermediality and the Topography of Memory in Alexander Kluge," 231-252

 
Past and Present, Vol. 204 , No. 1 (August 2009)

Janine Larmon Peterson, "Holy Heretics in Later Medieval Italy," 3-31

Giora Sternberg, "Epistolary Ceremonial: Corresponding Status at the Time of Louis XIV," 33-88

James Grehan, "The Legend of the Samarmar: Parades and Communal Identity in Syrian Towns c.1500–1800," 89-125

Matthew Kelly, "Irish Nationalist Opinion and the British Empire in the 1850s and 1860s," 127-154

S. A. Smith, "Bones of Contention: Bolsheviks and the Struggle against Relics 1918–1930," 155-194

Peter Mandler, "Margaret Mead Amongst the Natives of Great Britain," 195-233

Colin Jones, "A Hexagonal History of the Body," 235-245

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


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

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Summer 2009)

Geert H. Janssen, "Political Ambiguity and Confessional Diversity in the Funeral Processions of Stadholders in the Dutch Republic," 283-301,

Junyoung Michael Shin, "The Reception of Evangelicae Historiae Imagines in Late Ming China: Visualizing Holy Topography in Jesuit Spirituality and Pure Land Buddhism," 303-333,

Jennifer Spinks, "Monstrous Births and Counter-Reformation Visual Polemics: Johann Nas and the 1569 Ecciesia Militans," 335-363

Debra Kaplan & Magda Teter, "Out of the (Historiographic) Ghetto: European Jews and Reformation Narratives," 365-394

Chad van Dixhoorn, "The Strange Silence of Prolocutor Twisse: Predestination and Politics in the Westminster Assembly's Debate over Justification," 395-418

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

See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2009 for most recent issue.
 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 96, No. 2 (2009)

Aufsaetze

Thorsten Luebbers, "Unternehmenskooperation auf dem Gebiet gewerblicher Schutzrechte in der chemischen, pharmazeutischen und elektrotechnischen Industrie, 1880–1914,"

Rolf Harald Stensland, "Zur Ersatzstoffproduktion im Ersten Weltkrieg – Schwefelbeschaffung und -bewirtschaftung in Deutschland"

Miszellen

Konrad Dussel, "Die Radio- und Fernsehgeraeteproduktion in der BRD und der Außenhandel,"

Alfred Reckendrees, "Weder Polemik noch Rezension. Anmerkungen zu einem Beitrag von Manfred Rasch im 96. Band der VSWG (2009), S. 27–32"

 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 96, No. 3 (2009)

Aufsaetze

Markus A. Denzel, "Das Maklerwesen auf den Bozner Messen im 18. Jahrhundert"

Christian Koller, "Streiken im austrofaschistischen 'Staendestaat' 1934–1938"

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 57, No. 3 (2009)

Johannes Huerter Page, "Anti-Terrorismus-Politik. Ein deutsch-italienischer Vergleich 1969–1982," 329-

Roman Toeppel, "Kursk – Mythen und Wirklichkeit einer Schlacht," 349-

Dominik Geppert, "Großbritannien und die Neue Ostpolitik der Bundesrepublik," 385-

Tim Geiger Page, '„Landshut' in Mogadischu. Das außenpolitische Krisenmanagement der Bundesregierung angesichts der terroristischen Herausforderung 1977," 413-

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 57, No. 4 (2009)

Werner Abelshauser, "Aus Wirtschaftskrisen lernen – aber wie? Krisenszenarien im Vergleich," 467-

Heinrich August Winkler, "Weimar, Bonn, Berlin. Zum historischen Ort des Grundgesetzes," 485-

Stefan Guth, "Erzwungene Verstaendigung? Die Kommission der Historiker der DDR und der Volksrepublik Polen 1956–1990," 497-

Anna Maria Lemcke, "'Proving the superiority of democracy': Die 'National Fitness Campaign' der britischen Regierung (1937–1939) im transnationalen Zusammenhang," 543-

Walter M. Iber, "Erdoel statt Reparationen. Die Sowjetische Mineralölverwaltung (SMV) in Österreich 1945–1955," 571-

 
Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire, Vol. 103, No. 3 (2009)

Articles

Leyla Dakhli et al, "Pour une histoire collective et décloisonnée du Proche-Orient contemporain," 3-11

Articles-Foyers

Leyla Dakhli, "Arabisme, nationalisme arabe et identifications transnationales arabes au 20e siècle," 12-25

Denis Charbit, "Les sionismes au 20e siècle, entre contextes et contingences," 27-46

Marc Aymes, "Le siècle de la TurquieUne histoire contemporaine ?" 47-61

Articles - Frontières

Philippe Bourmaud," Construction nationale et discrimination au Proche-Orient: De la fin de l'Empire ottoman à nos jours," 62-76

Jean-David Mizrahi, "De la région frontière à la ligne frontière: Les confins méridionaux de la Syrie de la fin de l'Empire ottoman au début des Mandats," 77-90

Seda Altuğ & Benjamin Thomas White, "Frontières et pouvoir d'État: La frontière turco-syrienne dans les années 1920 et 1930," 91-104

Jihane Sfeir, "Identifications nationales et construction des frontières: Les Palestiniens au Liban (1943-1958)," 105-119

Articles - Fractures

Orit Bashkin, "Un Arabe juif dans l'Irak de l'entre-deux-guerres: La carrière d'Anwar Shā'ul," 120-131

Aurélia Smotriez, "Frontières externes et fractures internes entre Juifs et Arabes: Aux sources de la ségrégation scolaire en Israel (1947-1953)," 133-147

Kinda Chaib, "Les identités chiites au Liban-Sud: Entre mobilisation communautaire, contrôle partisan et ancrage local," 149-162

Dima de Clerck, "Guerre, rupture et frontière identitaire dans le Sud du Mont-Liban: Les relations revisitées entre druzes et chrétiens de la Montagne," 163-176

Stéphanie Latte abdallah, "Vers un féminisme politique hors frontières au Proche-Orient: Regard sur les mobilisations en Jordanie (années 1950-années 2000)," 177-195

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 50 (July 2009)

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

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

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

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

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

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 57, No. 9 (September 2009)

ARTIKEL

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

Tilmann Wesolowski, "Der Expressionist und Nationalsozialist Heinrich (Heinar) Schilling Bruch und Kontinuitaet einer Biografie"

Daniel Morat, "Esoteriker des Mainstreams Martin Heidegger in der Oeffentlichkeit der fruehen Bundesrepublik"

 
ZfG, Vol. 57, No. 10 (October 2009)
ARTIKEL

Andrea Meissner, "'Lieber tot als Sklave!' Zur KontinuitAEt eines rebellisch-populistischen Nationalismus in LehrbUEchern der Weimarer Republik und des Nationalsozialismus"

Marco Pukrop, "Dr. med. Oskar Hock – 'Leitender Arzt' der Konzentrationslager"

Florian Altenhoener, "Der Auslandsnachrichtendienst des SD und die Erklaerung der slowakischen Unabhaengigkeit am 14. Maerz 1939"

 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung, 2/2009

Abhandlungen und Aufsaetze

Ekkehart Rotter, "Mohammed in der Stadt: Die Kenntnis um die Stadt Medina und das dortige Prophetengrab im mittelalterlichen Europa," 183-233

Bettina Dietz, "Aufklaerung als Praxis: Naturgeschichte im 18. Jahrhundert," 235-257

Berichte und Kritik

Albert Schirrmeister, "Renaissance - Humanismus? Neue Forschungen zur Kulturgeschichte des 16. Jahrhunderts," 259-298

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte Vol. 54, No. 2 (2009)

André Steiner, "Ausgangsbedingungen fuer die Transformation der DDR-Wirtschaft: Kombinate als künftige Marktunternehmen"

Lynn Rother," Die Kunstfoerderung der Deutschen Bank. Mittel zum Zweck? Das Konzept 'Kunst am Arbeitsplatz' am Beispiel der Frankfurter Konzernzentrale"

Sylvia Woelfl, "Zwischen oekologischer Verantwortung und oekonomischem Zwang: Vom VEB dkk Scharfenstein zur FORON Hausgeraete GmbH"

Peter Leßmann-Faust, "Erfahrungen mit Konversionen. Die franzoesischen Automobilfirmen Renault und Berliét vom Ersten bis zum Zweiten Weltkrieg"

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