JournalWatch
1st quarter 2010

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.

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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
Zeitgeschichte
Zeithistorische Forschungen
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft
Zeitschrift für historische Forschung
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte
 

 
 
Allemagne d'aujourd'hui, Vol. 190 (October/December 2009)

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

 
American Historical Review, Vol. 115, No. 1 (February 2010)

Presidential Address

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, "An American Album, 1857," 1-

AHR Forum: Representing the Holocaust

Introduction," 26-

David Schneer, "Picturing Grief: Soviet Holocaust Photography at the Intersection of History and Memory," 28- B

Harold Marcuse, "Holocaust Memorials: The Emergence of a Genre," 53-

Lawrence Baron, "The First Wave of American “Holocaust” Films, 1945–1959," 90-

Sarah Farmer, "Going Visual: Holocaust Representation and Historical Method," 115-

AHR Exchange: The Question of “Black Rice”

"Introduction," 123-

Max Edelson, "Beyond “Black Rice”: Reconstructing Material and Cultural Contexts for Early Plantation Agriculture," 125-

Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, "Africa and Africans in the African Diaspora: The Uses of Relational Databases," 136-

Walter Hawthorne, "From 'Black Rice' to 'Brown': Rethinking the History of Risiculture in the Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Atlantic," 153-

David Eltis, Philip Morgan & David Richardson, "Black, Brown, or White? Color-Coding American Commercial Rice Cultivation with Slave Labor," 164-

 
American Historical Review, Vol. 115, No. 2 (April 2010)

Articles

Lyndal Roper, "Martin Luther's Body: The 'Stout Doctor' and His Biographers," 351-

Megan Vaughan, "Suicide in Late Colonial Africa: The Evidence of Inquests from Nyasaland," 385-

AHR Forum: The State in South Asian History

Introduction," 405-

David Gilmartin, "Rule of Law, Rule of Life: Caste, Democracy, and the Courts in India," 406-

Sujit Sivasundaram, "Ethnicity, Indigeneity, and Migration in the Advent of British Rule to Sri Lanka, 428-

Mithi Mukherjee, "Transcending Identity: Gandhi, Nonviolence, and the Pursuit of a “Different” Freedom in Modern India," 453-

Todd Shepard, "'History Is Past Politics'? Archives, 'Tainted Evidence,' and the Return of the State," 474-

 
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 91, No. 2 (2009)

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

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 40 (2009)

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

 
Central European History, Vol. 42, No. 4 (December 2009)

Articles

Tim Neu, "Rhetoric and Representation: Reassessing Territorial Diets in Early Modern Germany," 1-24

Bettina Dietz, "Making Natural History: Doing the Enlightenment," 25-46

Tobias Brinkmann, "Why Paul Nathan Attacked Albert Ballin: The Transatlantic Mass Migration and the Privatization of Prussia's Eastern Border Inspection, 1886–1914," 47-83

Eric C. Steinhart, "Policing the Boundaries of 'Germandom' in the East: SS Ethnic German Policy and Odessa's 'Volksdeutsche,' 1941–1944," 85-116

Karin Hanshew, "Daring More Democracy? Internal Security and the Social Democratic Fight against West German Terrorism," 117-147

Review Essay

Edward Ross Dickinson, "Not So Scary After All? Reform in Imperial and Weimar Germany," 149-172

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 19, No. 1 (February 2010)

Articles

Mathieu Segers, "Articles De Gaulle's Race to the Bottom: The Netherlands, France and the Interwoven Problems of British EEC Membership and European Political Union, 1958–1963," 111-132

Aurelie Elisa Gfeller, "Imagining European Identity: French Elites and the American Challenge in the Pompidou–Nixon Era," 133-149

Review Articles

Konstantinos Chatzis & Georgia Mavrogonatou, "From Structure to Agency to Comparative and ‘Cross-national’ History? Some Thoughts Regarding Post-1974 Greek Historiography," 151-168

Mark Gilbert, "A Polity Constructed: New Explorations in European Integration History," 169-179

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 43, No. 1 (2010)

ZEITGESCHEHEN

Gideon Botsch & Christoph Kopke, "Zwischen Parlament und Milieu. Die bundesdeutsche extreme Rechte nach den Wahlen 2008 und 2009," 5-10

Michael Braun, "'Bestimmt fuer die Dichtung der ganzen Welt'. Der neue Roman 'Atemschaukel' und das literarische Werk der Nobelpreistraegerin Herta Mueller," 11-15

Vera Ammer, "Zwischen Anerkennung und Verfolgung. Zur Situation der Internationalen Gesellschaft 'Memorial' in Russland," 15-19

Marianne Birthler, "Die Freiheit gestalten. Joachim Gauck zum 70. Geburtstag," 20-22

ZEITGESCHICHTE

Erich Loest, "Tuebkes fatales Modell," 28-30

Daniela Muenkel, "Staatssicherheit in der Region. Die geheimen Berichte der MfS-Kreisdienststelle Halberstadt an die SED," 31-38

Hans-Michael Schulze, "'Die ganze Primitivität politischen Denkens'. Hans Morgenthal - ein 'Kundschafter' der Staatssicherheit," 38-43

Christian Booss, "Vom Mythos der Stasi-Besetzungen," 44-52

Ansgar Voessing, "Die Kontakte der Berliner CDU zur Opposition und zu neuen Parteien in der DDR. Erinnerungen aus der Zeit zwischen September 1989 und Oktober 1990," 52-59

Maria Magdalena Verburg, "'Rote Socken' und 'nuetzliche Idioten'? Zur politisch-gesellschaftlichen Verortung der Dritte-Welt-Gruppen der DDR," 60-66

Coreline Boot, "DDR Patria Nostra? Repatriierte Fremdenlegionaere in der DDR: Von der Oeffentlichkeit in die Staatssicherheit," 66-73

Chen Chern, "Verdeckte Diplomatie. Die militaernachrichtendienstliche Kooperation zwischen der Bundesrepublik und Nationalchina im Kalten Krieg," 73-80

Francesco Di Palma, "Die SED, die Kommunistische Partei Frankreichs (PCF) und die Kommunistische Partei Italiens (PCI) von 1968 bis in die Achtzigerjahre. Ein kritischer Einblick in das Dreiecksverhaeltnis," 80-89

Hans Joachim Teichler, "Die turbulenten Anfangsjahre des DDR-Sports," 90-99

Walter Naasner, "Kirchenpolitik in der DDR: Der Staatssekretaer für Kirchenfragen. Organisation, politische Funktion, Quellenueberlieferung," 99-108

FORUM

Sebastian Richter, "Die Erinnerung an 1989 und die Geschichtspolitik von 2009," 109-116

Thomas Moser, "Domino und andere Spiele. Von der Boulevardisierung und Privatisierung einer Revolution. Eine Widerrede," 117-122

"'Ich wusste nicht, wer ich war, bevor ich schrieb.' Uwe Tellkamp über fallende Dominosteine, den spaßsuechtigen Westen und tadelnde Romanfiguren (Sonja Hartwig/Kilian Trotier)," 123-126

Manuel Becker, "Religionsaehnliche Zuege im Marxismus-Leninismus der DDR. Anmerkungen zu einem Forschungsdesiderat," 127-133

 
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 43, No. 2 (2010)

ZEITGESCHEHEN

Udo Baron, "'Fight the system. Fuck the law!' Autonome in Bewegung," 197-203

Michael Braun, "Rosen im Orkan. Zum 75. Geburtstag der Dichterin Sarah Kirsch," 203-205

Manfred Jaeger, "Ein frecher Melancholiker. Zum Tod von Kurt Bartsch (1937–2010)," 205-207

Manfred Jaeger, "Ein Dienstleister – zuverlaessig und unabhaengig. Zum Tode von Juergen P. Wallmann (1939–2010)," 207-209

ZEITGESCHICHTE

Christiaan Frederik Rueter, "Das Gleiche. Aber anders. Die Strafverfolgung von NS-Verbrechen im deutsch-deutschen Vergleich," 213-222

Heinrich Best/Sandra Meenzen, "'Da ist nichts gewesen.' SED-Funktionäre mit NSDAP-Vergangenheit in Thueringen," 222-231

Dietmar Remy, "Beargwoehnt und unentbehrlich: Die Funktionselite des 'Dritten Reiches' als Aufbauhelfer der DDR. Eine Fallstudie zum Zeiss-Betriebsleiter Rudolf Mueller," 232-237

Markus Lammert, "Gegengeschichte in der Diktatur? Der 13. Februar 1945 und die Entstehung einer unabhaengigen Gedenkkultur im Dresden der Achtzigerjahre," 237-242

Thomas Grasberger, "Die 'Adolf-Bleibtreu'-Affaere 1949. Wie ein antisemitischer Leserbrief zu schweren Ausschreitungen fuehrte," 242-250

Manfred Wilke, "Robert Havemann und das Programm der friedlichen Revolution von 1989," 250-257

Christian Halbrock, "Der ostdeutsche Protestantismus und Robert Havemann. Konfliktlinien und Entwicklungen," 258-266

Jan Schoenfelder & Rainer Erices, "Ulrich Sahm – der Sherpa für den ersten deutsch-deutschen Gipfel," 266-274

Joachim-Ruediger Groth, "Der Beitrag der Literatur zum Untergang der DDR," 275-287

FORUM

Bettina Greiner, "Sowjetische Speziallager – 60 Jahre danach. Anmerkungen zu einer verstockten Debatte," 289-296

Peter Steinbach, "Widerstand gegen zwei Diktaturen in Deutschland. Nicht nur Herausforderung – eine Verpflichtung," 297-299

Karlheinz Lau: Das Erbe des historischen deutschen Ostens. Fußnote oder unverzichtbarer Teil der deutschen Geschichte?," 299-307

Martin Jankowski: Mythos 1989. Oeffentliches Erinnern an die Europaeische Revolution von 1989," 307-314

Eckhart Gillen, "Die Kunstszenen der DDR als Familienbande. Ueber Verrat, Anpassung und Widerstand in einem protestantischen Land," 314-325

 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 34, No. 2 (April 2010)

John Gripentrog, "The Transnational Pastime: Baseball and American Perceptions of Japan in the 1930s," 247-273

Eric D. Pullin, "'Noise and Flutter': American Propaganda Strategy and Operation in India during World War II," 275-298

Erez Manela, "A Pox on Your Narrative: Writing Disease Control into Cold War History," 299-323

Toshihiko Aono, "'It Is Not Easy for the United States to Carry the Whole Load': Anglo-American Relations during the Berlin Crisis, 1961–1962," 325-356

Mitchell Lerner, "'A Big Tree of Peace and Justice': The Vice Presidential Travels of Lyndon Johnson," 357-393

Kuisong Yang & Yafeng Xia, "Vacillating between Revolution and Detente: Mao's Changing Psyche and Policy toward the United States, 1969–1976," 395-423

European History Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 1 (January 2010)

Serdar Öztuerk, "Efforts to Modernize Chapbooks during the Initial Years of the Turkish Republic," 7-34

Ulrike Ehret, "Catholicism and Judaism in the Catholic Defence against Alfred Rosenberg, 1934—1938: Anti-Jewish Images in an Age of Race Science," 35-56

Alison Carrol, "Socialism and National Identity in Alsace from Reichsland to Republique, 1890-192," 57-78

Christopher Guthrie, "Socialism in Microcosm: The Municipal Administration of Dr Ernest Ferroul in Narbonne, 1896—1921," 79-96

Robert Aldrich, "The French Overseas Empire and its Contemporary Legacy," 97-108

 
European History Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 2 (April 2010)

Joseph Pearson, "Dubrovnik’s Artistic Patrimony, and its Role in War Reporting (1991)," 197-216

Hugo Garcia, "Potemkin in Spain? British Unofficial Missions of Investigation to Spain during the Civil War," 217-239

Robert Justin Goldstein, "Political Theater Censorship in Nineteenth-Century France in Comparative European Perspective," 240-265

Maria Panayiotou, "The Role of Cyprus in the Arabi Revolt and the Resulting Egyptian Campaign of 1882," 266-287

 
European Review of Economic History, Vol. 14, No. 1 (April 2010)

Jan Bohlin, "The income distributional consequences of agrarian tariffs in Sweden on the eve of World War I," 1-45

Olivier Accominotti, Marc Flandreau, Riad Rezzik & Frederic Zumer, "Black man's burden, white man's welfare: control, devolution and development in the British Empire, 1880–1914," 47-70

Michela Coppola, "The biological standard of living in Germany before the Kaiserreich, 1815–1840, "71-109

Antonio Tena-Junguito, "Bairoch revisited: tariff structure and growth in the late nineteenth century," 111-143

Eteban A. Nicolini & Fernando Ramos, "A new method for estimating the money demand in pre-industrial economies: probate inventories and Spain in the eighteenth century," 145-177

 
European Review of History, Vol. 17, No. 1 (2010)

Special Issue: Passions in European Political Thought and Literature 1600-1900

Adriana Luna-Fabritius & Freya Sierhuis, "Introduction," 1 – 4

Jaska Kainulainen, "From sense perception to natural affection: Paolo Sarpi's leap of faith," 5 – 25

Freya Sierhuis, "Therapeutic tragedy: compassion, remorse, and reconciliation in the Joseph plays of Joost van den Vondel (1635–1640)," 27 – 51

Fremke Molekamp, "Early modern women and affective devotional reading," 53 – 74

Arthur Westeijn, "From the passion of self-love to the virtue of self-interest: the republican morals of the brothers De la Court Arthur Weststeijn," 75 – 92

Adriana Luna-Fabritius, "Passions and the early Italian Enlightenment: human nature and Vivere Civile in the thought of Gregorio Caloprese," 93 – 112

Ere Nokkala, "Passion as the foundation of natural law in the German enlightenment: Johann Jacob Schmauss and J.H.G. von Justi," 113 – 123

Henning Trueper, "Learning experiences, emulating affects and crafting historicity: Franz Ganshof on Bruges, 1906, 1909," 125 – 149

 
European Review of History, Vol. 17, No. 2 (2010)

Studies

Martijn van der Burg, "Transforming the Dutch Republic into the Kingdom of Holland: the Netherlands between Republicanism and Monarchy (1795–1815)," 151 – 170

Marijana Mitrovic, "‘New face of Serbia’ at the Eurovision Song Contest: international media spectacle and national identity," 171 – 185

Debates and Reviews

Jo Tollebeek, "At the crossroads of nationalism: Huizinga, Pirenne and the Low Countries in Europe Jo Tollebeek," 187 – 215

Catherine Feely, Kathryn Green & Mathew Yeo, "Introduction: Making meaning from material: new histories of the book," 217 –

Emily A. Bannister, "‘A monastic ark against the current flood’: the manuscripts of Peter Damian at the Abbey of Montecassino," 221 – 240

Marie-Claude Felton, "When authors made books: a first look at the content and form of self-published works in Paris (1750–1791)," 241 – 263

Christopher Plumb, "Reading menageries: using eighteenth-century print sources to historicise the sensorium of menagerie spectators and their encounters with exotic animals," 265 – 286

Anders Ingram, "Readers and responses to George Sandys' A Relation of a Iourney begun An: Dom: 1610 (1615): Early English Books Online (EEBO) and the history of reading," 287 – 301

Nazia Parveen, "The body-mind of Oscar Wilde's reviews for the Pall Mall Gazette," 303 – 315

Elizabeth Burgess, "Book-in-a-box to Xbox: materiality and the contemporary textual object Elizabeth Burgess," 317 – 326

 
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 German History," 560-579

 
German History, Vol. 28, No. 1 (March 2010)

Articles

Tim Grady, "Fighting a Lost Battle: The Reichsbund juedischer Frontsoldaten and the Rise of National Socialism," 1-20

Meryn McLaren, " ‘Out of the Huts Emerged a Settled People’: Community-Building in West German Refugee Camps," 21-43

Susanna Schrafstetter, "A Nazi Diplomat Turned Apologist for Apartheid: Gustav Sonnenhol, Vergangenheitsbewaeltigung and West German Foreign Policy towards South Africa," 44-66

Forum

"History of Emotions," 67-80

Discussion

Mathieu Denis, "Class Relations, Consumption and Social Policies in the Cold War Germanies," 81-84

Review Article

Jonathan R. Lyon, "The Medieval German State in Recent Historiography," 85-94

 
German Life and Letters, Vol. 63, No. 2 (April 2010)

Julie Joser, "Spectre and/or Ideal: Representations of Revolutionary Women in the German Press, 1789–1794," 105-121

Margrit Vogt, "Wertende Kunstworte: Oder Heinrich Heines Salonkritik, Die Franzoesischen Maler (1831)," 122-132

Antonella Castelvedere, "Neither Religion nor Philosophy: The Language of Delicacy in Rilke's Poetry," 133-145

Margarete Kohlenbach, "Kafka, Critical Theory, Dialectical Theology: Adorno's Case against Hans-Joachim Schoeps," 146-165

Andrew G. Bonnell, "Shylock and Othello under the Nazis," 166-178

Martin Travers, "Gottfried Benn's Statische Gedichte (1948) and the Final 'Turn' towards the Poetic in the Work of Martin Heidegger," 179-193

Pol o Dochartaigh, "Guenter Grass's Im Krebsgang as a German Memory Contest Without Jews," 194-211

Andrew Plowman, "Defending Germany in the Hindukush: The 'Out-of-Area' Deployments of the Bundeswehr in Somalia, Kosovo and Afghanistan in Literature and Film," 212-228

   
German Politics & Society, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Spring 2010)

Introduction

Jeffrey Anderson, "From the Bonn to the Berlin Republic: The Twentieth Anniversary of German Unification: Introduction," 1-9

Articles

Konrah H; Jarausch, "The Federal Republic at Sixty: Popular Myths, Actual Accomplishments and Competing Interpretations," 10-29

A. James McAdams, "The Last East German and the Memory of the German Democratic Republic," 30-41

Eric Langenbacher, "The Mastered Past? Collective Memory Trends in Germany since Unification," 42-68

Ruth Hatlapa & Andrei S. Markovits, "Obamamania and Anti-Americanism as Complementary Concepts in Contemporary German Discourse," 69-94

Brad Prager, "Passing Time Since the Wende: Recent German Film on Unification," 95-110

Dagmar Herzog, "coitum triste est…? Sexual Politics and Cultures in Postunification Germany," 111-140

Joyce Marie Mushaben, "From Auslaender to Inlander: The Changing Faces of Citizenship in Post-Wall Germany," 141-164

Hilary Silver, "The Social Integration of Germany since Unification," 165-188

Myra Marx Ferree, "Gender Politics in the Berlin Republic: Four Issues of Identity and Institutional Change," 189-214

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 83, No. 1 (2010)

Bethany Wiggin, "Staging Shi'ites in Silesia: Andreas Gryphius's Catharina von Georgien"

Nicole Thesz, "Marie Nathusius' Elisabeth and Theodor Fontane's Effi Briest: Mental Illness and Marital Discord in the 'Century of Nerves'"

Richard T. Gray, "Writing at the Roche Limit: Order and Entropy in W. G. Sebald's Die Ringe des Saturn"

Lucia Ruprecht, "Virtuoso Servitude and (De)Mobilization in Robert Walser, W. G. Sebald, and the Brothers Quay"

Monika Moyrer, "Der widerspenstige Signifikant: Herta Muellers collagierte Poetik des Koenigs"

  
German Studies Review, Vol. 33, No. 1 (February 2010)
See JournalWatch from the fourth quarter of 2009 for most recent issue.
 
The Germanic Review, Vol. 85, No. 1 (January-March 2010)

Special Issue: Heinrich von Kleist

Andreas Gailus, "Introduction," 1 - 2

William Quirk, "The Text as Daemonic Theater: The Transformative Poetics of The Marquise of O— ," 3 - 19

Andreas Gailus, "Language Unmoored: On Kleist's The Betrothal in St. Domingue," 20 - 43

David Martyn, "Figures of the Mean: Freedom, Progress, and the Law of Statistical Averages in Kleist's 'Allerneuester Erziehungsplan'," 44 - 62

Silke-Maria Weineck, "Thoughts Before a Line by Kleist," 63 - 69

Jeffrey Champlin, "Authority in a Time of War: Twenty-First-Century Kleist Scholarship," 70 - 78

   
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 2/10: Geschichte Lehren an der Hochschule

Gabriele Lingelbach, "Universitaere Geschichtslehre heute Annaeherungen an einen internationalen Vergleich," 84-

Beate Sturm & Karl Heinz Schneider, "Chancen und Probleme projektorientierter Arbeit mit Studierenden Konzeption und Umsetzung einer historischen Ausstellung," 102-

Monika Fenn, "Zeitverschwendung oder Chance? Projekte nach konstruktivistischen Grundsaetzen in der geschichtswissenschaftlichen Hochschullehre," 112-

Joachim Rohlfes, "Historischer und politischer Unterricht – ein pragmatischer Blick," 123-

 
GWU 3/10: Globalgeschichte der Antike

Raimund Schulz, "Von Gades zum Ganges Was verspricht eine neue 'Welt-' und 'Globalgeschichte' der Antike?" 156-

Maria H. Dettenhofer, "Das Roemische Reich und das China der Han-Zeit Ein Strukturvergleich," 171-

Bjoern Onken, "Begegnung zweier Großreiche Kontakte zwischen dem Imperium Romanum und China in der Antike als Thema des Geschichtsunterrichts," 182-

 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 35, No. 4 (2009)

"Vorbemerkung: Justiz und Ungleichheit," 483–487

Joachim Eibach, "Versprochene Gleichheit – verhandelte Ungleichheit," 488–533

Sabine Ullmann, "Die juedische Minderheit vor döoerflichen Niedergerichten in der Fruehen Neuzeit," 534–560

Francisca Loetz, "Sexualisierte Gewalt in Europa 1520 – 1850," 561–602

Sylvia Kesper-Biermann, "Nothwendige Gleichheit der Strafen bey aller Verschiedenheit der Staende im Staat?" 603–628

Alexandra Ortmann, "Jenseits von Klassenjustiz," 629–658

   
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 36, No. 1 (2010)

Daniel Juette, "Wie 'hoefisch' war die Verbuergerlichung der deutschen Juden?" 5–36

Klaus Nathaus, "Vereinsgeselligkeit und soziale Integration von Arbeitern in Deutschland, 1860–1914," 37–65

Christian Koller, "Es ist zum Heulen," 66–92

Carsten Heinze, "Autobiographie und zeitgeschichtliche Erfahrung," 93–128

Stephan Ruderer, "Hybride Erinnerung," 129–156

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 53, No. 1 (March 2010)

Robert Von Friedeburg, "The Juridification of Natural Law: Christoph Besold's Claim for a Natural Right to Believe what one Wants," 1-19

Elaine Murphy, "Atrocities at Sea and the Treatment of Prisoners of War by the Parliamentary Navy in Ireland, 1641-1649," 21-37

Elliot Vernon & Philip Baker, "What was the first Agreement of the People?" 39-59

Mark Goldie, "Alexander Geddes at the Limits of the Catholic Enlightenment," 61-86

Alex Tyrrell, "The Earl of Eglinton, Scottish Conservatism, and the National Association for the Vindication of Scottish Rights," 87-107

Edgar Jones, "Battle Exhaustion: The Dilemma of Psychiatric Casualties in Normandy, June-August 1944," 109-128

Ben Jackson, "At the Origins of Neo-Liberalism: The Free Economy and the Strong State, 1930–1947," 129-151

Timothy Raylor, "The Anglican Attack on Hobbes in Paris, 1651," 153-164

Keith Condie, "Some Further Correspondence Between Richard Baxter and Katherine Gell," 165-176

Egbert Klautke, "Urban History and Modernity in Central Europe," 177-195

Hamish Scott, "A Habsburg Emperor for the Next Century," 197-216

 
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 35, No. 1 (2010)

SPECIAL ISSUE: Global Communication: Telecommunication and Global Flows of Information in the Late 19th and Early 20th Century

INTRODUCTION

Roland Wenzlhuemer, "Editorial – Telecommunication and Globalization in the Nineteenth Century," 7-

Roland Wenzlhuemer, "Globalization, Communication and the Concept of Space in Global History," 19-

TELEGRAPHY & EMPIRE

Daniel Headrick, "A Double-Edged Sword: Communications and Imperial Control in British India," 51-

Daqing Yang, "Telecommunication and the Japanese Empire: A Preliminary Analysis of Telegraphic Traffic," 66-

Paul Fletcher, "The Uses and Limitations of Telegrams in Official Correspondence between Ceylon’s Governor General and the Secretary of State for the Colonies, circa 1870-1900," 90-

Javier Marquez Quevedo, "Telecommunications and Colonial Rivalry: European Telegraph Cables to the Canary Islands and Northwest Africa, 1883-1914," 108-

TELEGRAPHY & THE PUBLIC SPHERE

Deep Kanta Lahiri Choudhury, "Of Codes and Coda: Meaning in Telegraph Messages, circa 1850-1920," 127-

Gordon M. Winder, "Imagining World Citizenship in the Networked Newspaper: La Nacion Reports the Assassination at Sarajevo, 1914," 140-

Amelia Bonea, "The Medium and Its Message: Reporting the Austro-Prussian War in the Times of India," 167-

Michael Mann, "The Deep Digital Divide: The Telephone in British India 1883-1933," 188-

Heidi J. S. Evans, "'The Path to Freedom'? Transocean and German Wireless Telegraphy, 1914-1922," 209-

TELEGRAPHY & SOCIAL NETWORKS

Simone Mueller, "The Transatlantic Telegraphs and the Class of 1866 – the Formative Years of Transnational Networks in Telegraphic Space, 1858-1884/89," 237-

Lynne Hamill, "The Social Shaping of British Communications Networks prior to the First World War," 260-

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 17, No. 3 (2009)

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

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 290, No. 1 (February 2010)

Alfred Haverkamp, "Der heilige Simeon (gest. 1035), Grieche im fatimidischen Orient und im lateinischen Okzident," 1-

Dieter Langewiesche, "Die 'Humboldtsche Universitaet' als nationaler Mythos. Zum Selbstbild der deutschen Universitaeten in ihren Rektoratsreden im Kaiserreich und in der Weimarer Republik," 53-

Jörg Fisch, "Adolf Hitler und das Selbstbestimmungsrecht der Voelker," 93-

 
Historisches Jahrbuch, Vol. 128 (2008)

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

 
History & Memory, Vol. 22, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2010)

Jovan Byford, "'Shortly afterwards we heard the sound of the gas van': Survivor Testimony and the Writing of History in Socialist Yugoslavia," 5–47

Natalie Scholz, "Past and Pathos: Symbolic Practices of Reconciliation during the French Restoration," 48–80

Max Clarke & Gary Alan Fine, "'A' for Apology: Slavery and the Collegiate Discourses of Remembrance—the Cases of Brown University and the University of Alabama," 81–112

Kenneth J. Bindas, "Re-Remembering a Segregated Past: Race in American Memory," 113–134.

Gregory Carleton, "Victory in Death: Annihilation Narratives in Russia Today," 135–168

  
History and Theory, Vol. 49, No. 1 (February 2010)


Articles

Eelco Runia, "Into Cleanness Leaping: The Vertiginous Urge to Commit History"

Jari Kaukua & Vili Lahteenmaki, " Subjectivity as a Non-Textual Standard of Interpretation in the History of Philosophical Psychology"

Simon T. Kaye, "Challenging Certainty: The Utility and History of Counterfactualism"

Zhang Longxi, " The True Face of Mount Lu: On the Significance of Perspectives and Paradigms"

First Annual History and Theory Lecture

Carlo Ginzburg, "The Letter Kills: On Some Implications of 2 Corinthians 3:6"

  
History and Theory, Vol. 49, No. 2 (May 2010)


Articles

Berel Lang, " Six Questions on (or about) Holocaust Denial"

Herman Paul, "Who Suffered From the Crisis of Historicism? A Dutch Example"

Elias Jose Palti, "From Ideas to Concepts to Metaphors: The German Tradition of Intellectual History and the Complex Fabric of Language"

Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann, "Koselleck, Arendt, and the Anthropology of Historical Experiences"

Interview

Jan Plamper, "The History of Emotions: An Interview with William Reddy, Barbara Rosenwein, and Peter Stearns"

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 23, No. 3 (Winter 2009)

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

  
International History Review, Vol. 32, No.1 (March 2010)

Articles

Marina Soroka, "Debating Russia's Choice between Great Britain and Germany: Count Benckendorff versus Count Lamsdorff, 1902–1906," 1 – 24

Frank Winters, "Exaggerating the Efficacy of Diplomacy: The Marquis of Lansdowne's ‘Peace Letter’ of November 1917," 25 – 46

David Ekbladh, "Meeting the Challenge from Totalitarianism: The Tennessee Valley Authority as a Global Model for Liberal Development, 1933–1945," 47 – 67

Gadi Heimann, "In Search of a Route to World Power: General de Gaulle, the Soviet Union, and Israel in the Middle Eastern Crisis of 1967," 69 – 88

Review article

Paul J. Burton, "Culture and Constructivism in International Relations," 89 – 97

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 11, No. 4 (Fall 2009)

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

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 45, No. 1 (January 2010)

Kristofer Allerfeldt, " ‘And We Got Here First’: Albert Johnson, National Origins and Self-Interest in the Immigration Debate of the 1920s," 7-26

Klaus Nathaus, "Leisure Clubs and the Decline of the Weimar Republic: A Reassessment," 27-50

Daniel Gorman, "Ecumenical Internationalism: Willoughby Dickinson, the League of Nations and the World Alliance for Promoting International Friendship through the Churches," 51-73

Samuel Pierce, "The Political Mobilization of Catholic Women in Spain’s Second Republic: The CEDA, 1931—6," 74-94

Kenneth Moure, "The Faux Policier in Occupied Paris," 95-112

Robert Dale, "Rats and Resentment: The Demobilization of the Red Army in Postwar Leningrad, 1945—50," 113-133

Anna Holian, "Anticommunism in the Streets: Refugee Politics in Cold War Germany," 134-161

Konstantina Maragkou, "The Wilson Government’s Responses to ‘The Rape of Greek Democracy’," 162-180

Jeremy E. Taylor, "QuJianghua : Disposing of and Re-appraising the Remnants of Chiang Kai-shek’s Reign on Taiwan"181-196

Pavel Kolar, "The Spectre is Back: New Perspectives on the Rise and Decline of European Communism," 197-209

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 71, No. 1 (January 2010)

Steven Cassedy, "Beethoven the Romantic: How E. T. A. Hoffmann Got It Right," 1-37

Kari Saastamoinen, "Pufendorf on Natural Equality, Human Dignity, and Self-Esteem Kari Saastamoinen," 39-62

Daniel Margocsy, "'Refer to folio and number': Encyclopedias, the Exchange of Curiosities, and Practices of Identification before Linnaeus," 63-89

Leo Cantana, "Lovejoy's Readings of Bruno: Or How Nineteenth-century History of Philosophy was 'Transformed' into the History of Ideas," 91-112

Tim Tracy, "The Lovejovian Roots of Adler's Philosophy of History: Authority, Democracy, Irony, and Paradox in Britannica's Great Books of the Western World Tim Lacy," 113-137

Takashi Shogimen, "'Another' Patriotism in Early Shōwa Japan (1930–1945)," 139-160

Marcia Colish, "Virginia Brown 1940–2009," 161-162

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 7, No. 2, (2009)

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

   
Journal of Modern History, Vol. 82, No. 1 (March 2010)

.Articles

Alyssa Goldstein, "Robespierre, Old Regime Feminist? Gender, the Late Eighteenth Century, and the French Revolution Revisited," 1-

Laura Beers, "'Is This Man an Anarchist?' Industrial Action and the Battle for Public Opinion in Interwar Britain," 30-

Moritz Foellmer, "Was Nazism Collectivistic? Redefining the Individual in Berlin, 1930–1945," 61-

Christof Dejung, "'Switzerland must be a special democracy': Sociopolitical Compromise, Military Comradeship, and the Gender Order in 1930s and 1940s Switzerland," 101-

Review Article

Francesca Trivellato, "Renaissance Italy and the Muslim Mediterranean in Recent Historical Work," 127-

 
Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 19, No. 1 (January 2010)

Special Issue: Desire and Eroticism in Medieval Europe, Eleventh to the Fifteenth Centuries: Sex without Sex

Sally N. Vaughn &Christina Christoforatou, "Introduction," 1-16

Megan McLaughlin, "The Bishop in the Bedroom: Witnessing Episcopal Sexuality in an Age of Reform Megan McLaughlin," 17-34

H. M. Canatella, "Long-Distance Love: The Ideology of Male-Female Spiritual Friendship in Goscelin of Saint Bertin's Liber confortatorius," 35-53

Sally N. Vaughn, "Saint Anselm and His Students Writing about Love: A Theological Foundation for the Rise of Romantic Love in Europe," 54-73

Jennifer N. Brown, "The Chaste Erotics of Marie d'Oignies and Jacques de Vitry," 4-93

Virginia Blanton, "Chaste Marriage, Sexual Desire, and Christian Martyrdom in La vie seinte Audree," 94-114

Nicole R. Rice, "'Temples to Christ's Indwelling': Forms of Chastity in a Barking Abbey Manuscript," 115-132

Michelle M. Sauer, "Uncovering Difference: Encoded Homoerotic Anxiety within the Christian Eremitic Tradition in Medieval England," 133-152

 
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 22, No. 1 (2009)

Andrea Struebind, "Einleitung," 5–10

Matthias Brand, "Erinnern und Vergessen – Neurobiologie und Psychologie von Lernen und Gedaechtnis," 32–48

Johannes Fried, "Neurokulturelle Geschichtswissenschaft," 49–65

Gerhard Besier, "Passen wir zu unseren tradierten Menschenbildern und Weltanschauungen?" 66–115

Mark Siebel, "Ein freier Wille in einem unfreien Gehirn?" 116–138

Martin Friedrich, "Europa als Gegenstand und Horizont der Kirchengeschichte," 139–155

Katarzyna Stoklosa, "Ostmitteleuropaeische Geschichtsschreibung," 156–169

Gunilla Budde, "Warum Globalgeschichte? Chancen und Grenzen einer ›Modewelle‹ in der Geschichtswissenschaft," 170–186

Klaus Koschorke, "Veraenderte Landkarten der globalen Christentumsgeschichte," 187–210

Gerhard Ringshausen, "Widerstand – Aufgaben und Probleme des transnationalen Vergleichs," 211–242

Hans G. Ulrich, "Kirchengeschichte und Kulturgeschichte," 243–271

Hubertus Lutterbach, "Die »Gotteskindschaft« als Schluessel zur spaetantiken Tauftheologie," 272–291

Esther Hornung, "Die Wahrnehmung der Geschlechterkonstruktion," 292–307

Britta Konz, "Mit Geschichte leben," 308–327

Dietgard Meyer, "'Wir haben keine Zeit zu warten.' Der Briefwechsel zwischen Elisabeth Schmitz und Karl Barth in den Jahren 1934–1966," 328–374

 
Militär und Gesellschaft in der frühen Neuzeit, Vol. 13, No. 2 (2009)

AUFSAETZE

Martin Straßburger, "Kriegszerstoerungen in der Stadt Lahr waehrend des 17. Jahrhunderts," 201-

Wenke Richter, "Die Alma mater lipsiensis im Dreißigjaehrigen Krieg (1630-1650). Die Universität als ‚Subjekt’ und ‚Objekt’ in einer Krisenzeit," 224-

PROJEKTE

Hanna Sonkajaervi, "Vorbild Daenemark – Lehrmeister Preußen? Die Heeresreformen des Comte de Saint-Germain in Daenemark (1762-1766) und in Frankreich (1775-1777) im Vergleich," 256-

Thomas Kossert, "Zwischen Schweden, Mainz und Sachsen. Erfurt als kulturelles Zentrum im Dreißigjaehrigen Krieg," 263-

Karsten Suess, "'mit bestande nicht geurtheilet werden mag...' Berliner Strafjustiz bei Deserteurshelfern,"268-

Mario Kaun, "Die Einwohner der Exklave Cottbus und deren Beziehung zum Militär in der Zeit von 1740 bis 1806," 274-

  
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift, Vol. 68, No. 2 (2009)

AUFSAETZE

Bernd Muetter, "Somme 1916 und Normandie 1944 – Zwei Erinnerungslandschaften der Weltkriegsepoche zwischen Geschichte, Politik und Tourismus"

Alaric Searle, "Ideology and Total War: Military Intellectuals and the Analysis of the Spanish Civil War in Britain, 1936‐‐1943"

Peter Lieb, "'Die Ausführung der Maßnahme hielt sich anscheinend nicht im Rahmen der gegebenen Weisung'. Die Suche nach Hergang, Taetern und Motiven des Massakers von Maille am 25. August 1944"

Kerstin von Lingen, "Immunitaetsversprechen. Wie SS‐Obergruppenführer Karl Wolff der Strafverfolgung entging"

  
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 19, No. 1 (February/March 2010)

Thema

Reinhard Mueller, "Verfolgt unter Hitler und Stalin. Lebenswege der Muenchner Kommunisten Anna Etterer und Franz Schwarzmueller"

Jochen Hellbeck, "Alltag in der Ideologie. Leben im Stalinismus"

"Der Fall Just"

Fridrikh Firsov, "Die Komintern. Außenpolitisches Instrument des Stalin’schen Regimes"

 
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 19, No. 2 (April/May 2010)

Seite 1, "Die Oekonomie, rein als Wissenschaft betrachtet"

Bilder, "Zorn und Zärtlichkeit?

Aufsaetze

Wolfgang Kersting, "Kritik des Wirtschaftsliberalismus. Markt und Moral"

Herfried Muenkler, "Sozio-moralische Grundlagen liberaler Gemeinwesen. Ueberlegungen zum spaeten Ralf Dahrendorf"

Lutz Wingert, "Buergerschaft und Marktwirtschaft. Oder was ist eigentlich systemrelevant?"

 
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur, Vol. 101, No. 4 (Winter 2009)

ARTICLES

Will Hasty, "The Singularity of Aura and the Artistry of Translation: Luther’s Bible as Artwork"

Brian Tucker, "'Die Stunde der Entscheidung': Ordeal and Uncertainty in Kleist’s 'Der Zweikampf',"

Esther K. Bauer, "Penetrating Desire: Gender in the Field of Vision in Thomas Mann’s Der Zauberberg and Christian Schad’s Graf St. Genois d’Anneaucourt

Urs Buettner, "Urteilen als Paradigma des Erzaehlens. Duerrenmatts Narratologie der Gerechtigkeit in seiner Geschichte Die Panne (1955 ⁄ 56)"

 
New German Critique, Vol. 37, No. 1 (Winter 2010)

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

 
Past and Present, Vol. 206 , No. 1 (February 2010)

Pamela Nightingale, "The Rise and Decline of Medieval York: A Reassessment," 3-42

William J. Bulman, "The Practice of Politics: The English Civil War and the ‘Resolution’ of Henrietta Maria and Charles I," 43-79

William H. Sewell, Jr, "The Empire of Fashion and the Rise of Capitalism in Eighteenth-Century France," 81-120

John Shovlin, "Selling American Empire on the Eve of the Seven Years War: The French Propaganda Campaign of 1755–1756," 121-149

Ryan Gingeras, "Last Rites for a ‘Pure Bandit’: Clandestine Service, Historiography and the Origins of the Turkish ‘Deep State’ 151-174

Paul Gillingham, "Maximino’s Bulls: Popular Protest after the Mexican Revolution 1940–1952," 175-211

Patrick Joyce, "What is the Social in Social History?" 213-248

 
Revue d'Allemagne, Vol. 41, No. 4 ( 2009)


Les quarante ans de la Revue d’Allemagne : 1969- 2009

Christian Baechler, " Avant-propos"

Corine DeFrance& Christiane Falbisaner-Weeda, "La Revue d’Allemagne : quarante ans d’histoire à Strasbourg"

Monique Mombert, "L’héritage des « maîtres » et sa gestion dans la Revue d’Allemagne jusqu’en 1989"

Denis Goeldel &Gilbert Merlio, "La « Révolution conservatrice » sous la République de Weimar à travers la Revue d’Allemagne"

Michel Fabreguet, "L’histoire et la mémoire du Troisième Reichau cours des deux premières décennies de la Revue d’Allemagne (1969-1988)"

Ulrich Pfeil, "Die Revue d’Allemagne und die DDR"

Sylvain Schirmann, " L’Allemagne et l’Europe à travers la Revue d’Allemagne"

Geneviève Humbert-Knitel, & Barbara LaFond, "L’Autriche et la Suisse dans la Revue d’Allemagne et des pays de langue allemande de 1974 à nos jours"

Sylvain Schirmann, " Conclusion"

Ansbert Baumann, "Konfliktlinie oder Freundschaftsband? Verdun, Mundatwald und Schengen – Die Entwicklung der deutsch-franzoesischen Grenze"

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Winter 2009)

Brendan Kane, "Domesticating the Counter-Reformation: Bridging the Bardic and Catholic Traditions in Geoffrey Keating's The Three Shafts of Death," 1029-1044 .

Haruko Nawata Ward, "Jesuit Encounters with Confucianism in Early Modern Japan," 1045-1067,

Christine R. Johnson, "Creating a Usable Past: Vernacular Roman Histories in Renaissance Germany," 1069-1090

Don Harran, "A Tale as Yet Untold: Salamone Rossi in Venice, 1622," 1091-1107,

Andrey V. Ivanov, "Reformation and the Muscovite Czar: Anti-Protestant Polemic in the Writings of Ivan the Terrible," 1109-1129

 
Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte, Vol. 38 (2010)

Politische Leidenschaften. Zur Verknüpfung von Macht, Emotion und Vernunft in Deutschland

José Brunner, "Editorial"

Historische Kausalitäten

Birgit Aschmann, "Heiße Gefühle und kaltes Blut – Nationale Ehrverletzung als Kriegsmotiv für den preußischen Feldzug 1806"

Eva Horn, "Arbeit am Charisma – Macht und Affekt in Joachim Fests und Ian Kershaws Hitler-Biographien"

Christian Bailey, "Honor Bestowed and Felt? – Verdienstorden in the Federal Republic after 1945"

Holger Loettel, "Geschärfte Wahrnehmung – Angst als Perzeptionsfaktor in der Außenpolitik Konrad Adenauers Demokratische Paedagogik"

Rainer Schuetzeichel, "Der Wert der politischen Leidenschaft – Ueber Max Webers »Affektenlehre«"

Volker Heins, "Die Erziehung der Gefuehle in Deutschland – Weber und Adorno"

Adi Gordon, "Against Vox Populi – Arnold Zweig’s Struggle with Political Passions"

Imaginaere Inszenierungen

Galili Shahar, "The Confusion of Emotions – Violence, Desire and the Political Body in Heinrich von Kleist"

Sharon Livne, " Emotional Dichotomies – The Children’s Press in Postwar Germany"

Martina Kessel, " Keine Heimat fuer Hybrides – Mamitschka und die Politik der Gefühle im Film der 1950er Jahre"

Diskursive Manoever

Doron Avraham, "Love, Affection, Consolation – The Emotional Setting of German Conservatives’ Social Policy in the Nineteenth Century"

Pascal Eitler, "Zwischen »großer Verweigerung« und »sanfter Verschwoerung« – Eine religionshistorische Perspektive auf die Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1965-1990"

Sybille Steinbacher, "Sexualmoral und Entruestung – Der Skandal um Ingmar Bergmans Das Schweigen"

Judith Michel, "'Die Angst kann lehren, sich zu wehren' – Der Angstdiskurs der westdeutschen Friedensbewegung in den 1980er Jahren"

Frank Nullmeier,"Vom Neid zur Gier? Ueber den Wandel deutscher Sozialstaatsdebatten"

 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 96, No. 4 (2009)

Podiums-Diskussion, "Die Wirtschaftsordnung der Bundesrepublik Deutschland: von der Regulierung zur Deregulierung"

Christoph Buchheim, "Hinführung"

Christoph Boyer, "Handwerksordnung"

Jochen Streb, "Von der Missbrauchskontrolle zur Anreizregulierung in der bundesdeutschen Stromwirtschaft"

Paul Thomes, "Kreditwirtschaft und Sparkassen," 465-

Guenther Schulz, "Regulierung und Deregulierung im Wohnungswesen"

Welf Werner, "Der Einfluss der Europäischen Union"

Hans-Joerg Gilomen, "Neuere Forschungen zur Schweizer Wirtschaftsgeschichte des Mittelalters"

Maren Lurweg, "Dogmengeschichtliche Entwicklung der Kaufkrafttheorie der Loehne"

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 58, No. 1 (2010)

Articles

Eckard Michels, "The Spanish Flu 1918/19. Course, Consequences and Interpretations in Germany in the Context of the First World War," 1-

Rainer Behring, "Willy Brandts 1939–1966 Circuitous Normalisation. Poland in Willy Brandt´s Political Conceptions, 1939–1966" 35-

Gerhard Neumeier, "Returnees to the GDR 1961 to 1972. Migration under Secret Service Supervision Authors" 69-

Othmar Ploeckinger, "Early Biographical Texts about Hitler. On the Assessment of the Autobiographical Parts of 'Mein Kampf'" 93-

Veronika Heyde, "America and the Reorganisation of Europe before the Marshall Plan (1940–1994)," 115-

Miscellany

Matthias Steinbach & Uwe Dathe, "A German Tory between the German Empire and the Weimar Republic. The Papers of Clemens von Delbrück (1856–1921)," 139-

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 58, No. 2 (2010)

Articles

Kiran Klaus Patel, "The German Farmers Association DBV, 1945–1990. From a Gesture of Defiance to Salvation in Europe" 161-

Oxana Nagomaja, "The Kaiser′s Fifth Column? Prisoners of War from Czarist Russia and German Plans of Colonisation (1914–1922)," 181-

Thomas Welskopp, "'Here′s to Bad Conscience.' The Culture of Drinking and the Degeneration of Taste during National Prohibition in the United States, 1920–1933," 207-

Magda Martini, "The GDR on the Italian Left. The Setting-Up and Dispelling of a Cultural Projection," 231-

Documentation

Jeffrey Herf, "Hitlers Jihad. National Socialist Radio Propaganda for North Africa und the Middle East," 259-

 
Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire, Vol. 105, (2010)

Articles

Stéphane Boisard et al. "Présentation," 3-14

Articles - Un glacis du monde occidental Page

Isabelle Vagnoux, "Washington et les régimes militaires sud-américains (1964-1989) Des alliances encombrantes," 17-32

PBenjamin Offroy, "Le Paraguay, un nid du « Condor » La dictature du général Stroessner, la répression et le système Condor," 33-44

Mario Ranalletti, "Aux origines du terrorisme d'État en Argentine Les influences françaises dans la formation des militaires argentins (1955-1976)," 45-56

Aldo Marchesi, "Tupamaros et dictature Débats sur le coup d'État de 1973 en Uruguay," 57-69

Articles - Les militaires et le pouvoir, les militaires au pouvoir

Maud Chirio, "Faire la révolution et rentrer dans le rang Les effets paradoxaux de l'exercice du pouvoir sur l'armée brésilienne," 71-80

Paula Canelo, "La politique sous la dictature argentine Le Processus de réorganisation nationale ou la tentative inachevée de refonte de la société (1976-1983)," 81-92

Verónica Valdivia Ortiz de Zárate, "Construction du pouvoir et régime militaire sous Augusto Pinochet," 93-107

Page 109 à 125 Stéphane Boisard & Mariana Heredia, "Laboratoires de la mondialisation économique Regards croisés sur les dictatures argentine et chilienne des années 1970," 109-125

Articles - Les sociétés civiles face aux régimes militaires

Richard Marin, "Les Églises et le pouvoir dans le Brésil des militaires (1964-1985)," 127-144

Loris Zanatta, La dictature militaire argentine (1976-1983) Une interprétation à la lumière du mythe de la « nation catholique »," 145-153

Carlos Fico, "La classe média brésilienne face au régime militaire Du soutien à la désaffection (1964-1985)," 155-168

Marieta de Moraes Ferreira, "1968 au Brésil," 169-183

Nadia Tahir & Marina Franco, "Associations de victimes, terrorisme d'État et politique dans l'Argentine de 1973 à 1987," 185-198

 
Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire, Vol. 106, (2010)

Articles

Quentin Deluermoz "Présentation," 4-12

Articles - Cadrage introductif

Quentin Deluermoz Biographie, "de Norbert Elias," 14-18

"Bibliographie," 19-28

Florence Delmotte, "Termes clés de la sociologie de Norbert Elias," 29-36

52 Roger Chartier, "Pour un usage libre et respectueux de Norbert Elias," 37-52

Articles - Retour sur l'œuvre et sur l'auteur

Florence Delmotte, "Une théorie de la civilisation face à « l'effondrement de la civilisation »," 54-70

Jean-François Bert, " Éléments pour une histoire de la notion de civilisation La contribution de Norbert Elias," 71-80

Marc Joly, "Dynamique de champ et « événements » Le projet intellectuel de Norbert Elias (1930-1945)," 81-95

"Un échange de lettres entre Raymond Aron et Norbert Elias (juillet 1939)," 97-102

Articles - Usages

Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau, "Norbert Elias et l'expérience oubliée de la Première Guerre mondiale," 104-114

Christophe Granger, "Du relâchement des mœurs en régime tempéré Corps et civilisation dans l'entre-deux-guerres," 115-125

Page 127 à 140 Romain Bertrand, "Norbert Elias et la question des violences impériales Jalons pour une histoire de la « mauvaise conscience » coloniale," 127-140

Articles - Prolongements

Stephen Mennell, "L'histoire, le caractère national et la civilisation américaine," 143-159

Cas Wouters, "Comment les processus de civilisation se sont-ils prolongés ? De la « seconde nature » à la « troisième nature »," 161-175

Eric Dunning, "Approche figurationnelle du sport moderne Réflexions sur le sport, la violence et la civilisation," 177-191

David Garland, "Le processus de civilisation et la peine capitale aux États-Unis," 193-208

Stephen Mennell & Quentin Deluermoz Quelques observations en guise de conclusion," 209-214

"Comptes rendus d'ouvrages autour de Norbert Elias," 215-233

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 52 (2010)

Thema

Julia Herzberg, "Verwahrt und vergessen. Die Archivierung bäuerlichen Schreibens als Verlust"

Christine Hikel, "Luegengeschichten, Sensationsromane und andere Machwerke. Vergessenes von der Weissen Rose"

Anne Barnert, "Kein Zutritt. Verbotsfilme im Staatlichen Filmarchiv der DDR"

Elena Esposito, "Kommentar"

Debatte

Eckart Schoerle, "Freier Zugang zur Geschichtswissenschaft? Die Open-Access-Debatte in Deutschland,"

Filmkritik

Miriam Ruerup, "Staatenlosigkeit als Utopie? Laurel und Hardy auf dem Atoll"

Expokritik

Annika Wellmann, "Horrible Histories: Terrible Trenches. Eine Ausstellung im Imperial War Museum London"

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

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

 
Zeitgeschichte, N0. 2 (2008)

Blackness in Europa

Siegfried Mattl, "Editorial," 79-

Siegfried Mattl, "Hugo Bettauers Roman 'Das blaue Mal' – Afroamerikanismus als Wiener Utopie," 80-88

Damiani J. Patridge, "Hitlers Sturz und die Amerikanisierung Deutschlands – 'Schwarze' Besatzungskoerper und Nachkriegs-Begehren," 89-102

Julia Teresa Friehs & Marie-Nooelle Yazdanpanah, "American Blackness : Mathieu Kassovitz´ Banlieue-Film La Haine," 103-110

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, No. 2 (2008)

Articles

Michael E. O`Sullivan, "West German Miracles. Catholic Mystics, Church Hierarchy and Postwar Popular Culture,"

Nepomuk Gasteiger, "Konsum und Gesellschaft. Werbung, Konsumkritik und Verbraucherschutz in der Bundesrepublik der 1960er- und 1970er-Jahre" Gerhard Paul, "Das Mao-Portrait. Herrscherbild, Protestsymbol und Kunstikone"

Debate Transformationsprozesse seit 1989/90

Christoph Kleßmann, "'Deutschland einig Vaterland'? Politische und gesellschaftliche Verwerfungen im Prozess der deutschen Vereinigung"

Philipp Ther, "Das 'neue Europa' seit 1989. Ueberlegungen zu einer Geschichte der Transformationszeit"

Sources

Christine Gundermann, "50 Jahre Widerstand: Das Phaenomen Asterix"

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2009)

Special Issue: Fordismus (edited by Adelheid von Saldern, Ruediger Hachtmann & Jan-Holger Kirsch)

Adelheid von Saldern & Jans-Holger Kirsch, "Das fordistische Jahrhundert: Eine Einleitung Materialien zum Thema des Heftes"

Articles

Ruediger Hachtmann & Adelheid von Saldern, "'Gesellschaft am Fließband'. Fordistische Produktion und Herrschaftspraxis in Deutschland"

Christiane Eifert, "Antisemit und Autokoenig. Henry Fords Autobiographie und ihre deutsche Rezeption in den 1920er-Jahren,"

Christoph Bernhardt & Elsa Vonau, "Zwischen Fordismus und Sozialreform: Rationalisierungsstrategien im deutschen und franzoesischen Wohnungsbau 1900–1933,"

Volker Elis, "Von Amerika nach Japan – und zurück. Die historischen Wurzeln und Transformationen des Toyotismus"

Debate

Thomas Mergel, "Marx, Engels und die Globalisierung"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 2 (February 2010)

Jiri Kosta, "H. G. Adlers Opus magnum ueber das Ghetto Theresienstadt. Kritik eines Standardwerkes," 105–133

Moritz Foellmer, "Jenseits der Liberalisierungsthese. Individualitaet in Westberlin zwischen Kriegsende und Mauerbau," 134–155

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 3 (March 2010)

Marcel Muellerburg, "Risse im Schleier der Erinnerung Zur Kritik der historischen Memorik," 201–221

Lothar Machtan, "Deutschlands gekroenter Herrscherstand am Vorabend des Ersten Weltkriegs Ein Inspektionsbericht zur Funktionstuechtigkeit des deutschen Monarchie-Modells," 222–241

Karsten Linne, "Hunger und Kannibalismus bei sowjetischen Kriegsgefangenen im Zweiten Weltkrieg," 242–262

 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung, 4/2009

Abhandlungen und Aufsaetze

Natalie Krentz, "Auf den Spuren der Erinnerung. Wie die 'Wittenberger Bewegung' zu einem Ereignis wurde"

Silke Hensel, "Zur Bedeutung von Ritualen fuer die politische Ordnung. Die Proklamation der Verfassung von Cádiz in Oaxaca, Mexiko, 1814 und 1820"

Berichte und Kritik

Thomas Ertl, "Neue Synthesen zur Rettung des Mittelalters"

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte/Journal of Business History Vol. 54, No. 1 (2009)

Mario Klotzsche, "Indigo und die schweizerische Farbenindustrie. Großprojekte von Ciba und Geigy," 3-25

Rajah Scheepers, "Oekonomie und Theologie - die Entwicklung des Unternehmens Diakonie in den Scharnierjahrzehnten 1960 bis 1980," 26-49

Harald Degner, "Schumpeterian German Firms before an after World War I. The Innovative Few and Non-innovative Many," 50-72

Roman Koester, "Der lange Abschied vom Luftschiff: Die Diversifizierung des Zeppelin-Konzerns nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg," 73-99

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte/Journal of Business History Vol. 54, No. 2 (2009)

André Steiner, "Ausgangsbedingungen fuer die Transformation der DDR-Wirtschaft: Kombinate als kuenftige Marktunternehmen?," 139-157

Lynn Rother, "Die Kunstfoerderung der Deutschen Bank. Mittel zum Zweck? Das Konzept Kunst am Arbeitsplatz am Beispiel der Frankfurter Konzernzentrale," 158-178

Sylvia Woelfel, Zwischen oekologischer Verantwortung und oekonomischem Zwang. Vom VEB dkk Scharfenstein zur FORON Hausgeraete GmbH," 179-201

Peter Leßmann-Faust, "Erfahrungen mit Konversionen. Die franzoesischen Automobilfirmen Renault und Berliet vom Ersten bis zum Zweiten Weltkrieg," 202-221

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte/Journal of Business History Vol. 55, No. 1 (2010)

Hans-Christoph Seidel, "Bergbauelite und Parteielite. Der Ruecktritt Ernst Brandis vom Vorsitz der Bezirksgruppe Steinkohlenbergbau Ruhr im Juni 1937," 3-30

Heike Knortz, "Die Entwicklung des modernen Begriffs von der Arbeitsproduktivitaet. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der deutschen Betriebswirtschaftslehre," 31-51

Alberto Rinaldi, "The Rise of a District Lead Firm: The Case of Wam (1968-2003)," 52-81

David T. Goodwin & Roger G. Johnson, "The Demise of Digital Equipment Corporation: Downsizing – Cause or Cure," 82-99

 

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