JournalWatch
2nd 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.

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

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Allemagne d'Aujourd'hui
American Historical Review
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte
Austrian History Yearbook
Central European History
Contemporary European History
Deutschland Archiv
Diplomatic History
European History Quarterly
European Review of Economic History
European Review of History
German History
German Life and Letters
German Politics & Society
German Quarterly
German Studies Review
Germanic Review
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht
Geschichte und Gesellschaft
The Historical Journal
Historische Anthropologie
Historische Sozialforschung
Historische Zeitschrift
Historisches Jahrbuch
History & Memory
History and Theory
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
International History Review
Journal of Cold War Studies
Journal of Contemporary History
Journal of the History of Ideas
Journal of the History of Sexuality
Journal of Modern European History
Journal of Modern History
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte
Militär und Gesellschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift
Mittelweg 36
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. 3 (June 2010)

Articles

669Michael A. Lacombe "'A continuall and dayly Table for Gentlemen of fashion': Humanism, Food, and Authority at Jamestown, 1607–1609," 669-

Rebecca Earle, "'If You Eat Their Food …': Diets and Bodies in Early Colonial Spanish America," 688

Hiraku Shimoda, "Tongues‐Tied: The Making of a 'National Language' and the Discovery of Dialects in Meiji Japan," 714-

Amy Dru Stanley, "Instead of Waiting for the Thirteenth Amendment: The War Power, Slave Marriage, and Inviolate Human Rights," 732-

AHR Exchange: On the “Myth” of the “Weak” American State

"Introduction," 766-

John Fabian Witt, "Law and War in American History," 768-

Gary Gerstle, "A State Both Strong and Weak," 779-

Julia Adams, "The Puzzle of the American State … and Its Historians," 786-

William J. Novak, "Long Live the Myth of the Weak State? A Response to Adams, Gerstle, and Witt" 792-

 
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 92, No. 1 (2009)

Aufsätze

Henrike Manuwald, "Eine blühende Nachkommenschaft und ein hürdennehmender Steuerberater: Zur medialen Struktur und Funktion von Wortillustrationen," 1-

Eckhard Leuschner, " Authentische Orte des Franziskus in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit: Memorial- und Legitimationsfunktionen künstlerischer Ausgestaltung," 47-

Monika Schausten, "Schreiben als Selbstverortung in den Memoiren der Glikl von Hameln," 83-

Stefan Schweizer, "Trinitarisches Menschenbild und christliche Heilsgeschichte in der Anthropologie der Romantik am Beispiel Johann Michael Leupoldts," 109-

Carl Antonius Lemke Duque, "Der 'Spengler-Effekt': Zu einigen Stationen der internationalen Wirkung des Der Untergang des Abendlandes 1919–1925," 165-

Miszelle

Tobias Leuker, "Wachsamkeit und ihr Lohn: die Mohn-Embleme der Florentiner Familie Bartolini Salimbeni," 203-

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 40 (2009)

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

 
Central European History, Vol. 43, No. 1 (March 2010)

Articles

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

Bettina Dietz, "Making Natural History: Doing the Enlightenment," pp 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

Karrin Hanshew, "Daring More Democracy? Internal Security and the Social Democratic Fight against West German Terrorism Karrin Hanshew," 17-147

Review Essay

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

  
Central European History, Vol. 43, No. 2 (June 2010)

Articles

Chen Tzoref-Ashkenazi, "Hanoverians, Germans, and Europeans: Colonial Identity in Early British India," 221-238

Charles B. Lansing, "Aristocratic Eigensinn and the Fight to Save the Ritterakademie am Dom, 1935–1945," 239-269

Benjamin Pearson, "The Pluralization of Protestant Politics: Public Responsibility, Rearmament, and Division at the 1950s Kirchentage," 270-300

Stephen Milder, "Thinking Globally, Acting (Trans-)Locally: Petra Kelly and the Transnational Roots of West German Green Politics," 301-326

Featured Book Review

Geoff Eley. Review of Thomas Rohkraemer, "Origins, Post-Conservatism, and the History of the Right A Single Communal Faith? The German Right from Conservatism to National Socialism" and Stefan Breuer, "Die Völkischen in Deutschland. Kaiserreich und Weimarer Republik"

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 19, No. 2 (May 2010)

Articles

Mathieu Segers, "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

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 19, No. 3 (August 2010)

Introduction

Julia Eichenberg & John Paul Newman, "Aftershocks: Violence in Dissolving Empires after the First World War," 183-194

Articles

Joshua sanborn, "The Genesis of Russian Warlordism: Violence and Governance during the First World War and the Civil War," 195-213

Ryan Gingeras, "Beyond Istanbul's ‘Laz Underworld’: Ottoman Paramilitarism and the Rise of Turkish Organised Crime, 1908–1950," 215-230

Julia Eichenberg, "The Dark Side of Independence: Paramilitary Violence in Ireland and Poland after the First World War," 231-248

John Paul Newman, "Post-imperial and Post-war Violence in the South Slav Lands, 1917–1923," 249-265

Robert Gerwarth & John Horne, "The Great War and Paramilitarism in Europe, 1917–23," 267-273

Review Articles

Christian Kleinschmidt, "Infrastructure, Networks, (Large) Technical Systems: The ‘Hidden Integration’ of Europe," 275-284

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 43, No. 4 (2010)

Andreas Stirn, "Von Zwängen und Spielräumen in der Diktatur(-Aufarbeitung): Die Debatte um die DDR-Vergangenheit Jan-Hendrik Olbertz"

Marc-Dietrich Ohse, "Lebendige Demokratie: Zur Wahl des Bundespräsidenten - Wulff versus Gauck"

Heinrich Bortfeldt, "Die Linke - eine Partei im Übergang, auf dem Weg nach Westen"

Marc Brandstetter, "Mit dem Rücken zur Wand: Die Krise der rechtsextremistischen Parteien,"

Hans Henning Kaysers, "Die letzten Stunden: Wie Günter Schabowski die Berliner Mauer hergab"

Tomas Kittan, "Das 'rote Elend' von Cottbus"

Bärbel Gafert, "'Operation Swallow': 'Ordnungsgemäße und humane' Vertreibung in die britische Besatzungszone 1946"

Hans-Hermann Hertle & Maria Nooke, "Die Todesopfer an der Berliner Mauer 1961 - 1989"

 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 34, No. 3 (June 2010)

SPECIAL FORUM: THE POLITICS OF TROOP WITHDRAWAL

Marc J. Silverstone, "Editor's Introduction: The Politics of Troop Withdrawal," 461-469

Robert J. McMahon, "The Politics, and Geopolitics, of American Troop Withdrawals from Vietnam, 1968–1972," 471-483

Marc J. Silverstone, "It's a Date: Kennedy and the Timetable for a Vietnam Troop Withdrawal," 485-495

Ken hughes, "Fatal Politics: Nixon's Political Timetable for Withdrawing from Vietnam," 497-506

Robert Jervis, "The Politics of Troop Withdrawal: Salted Peanuts, the Commitment Trap, and Buying Time," 507-516

Joseph A. Fry, "To Negotiate or Bomb: Congressional Prescriptions for Withdrawing U.S. Troops from Vietnam," 517-528

Julian E. Zelizer, "Congress and the Politics of Troop Withdrawal," 529-541

Melvin Small, "Bring the Boys Home Now! Antiwar Activism and Withdrawal from Vietnam—and Iraq," 543-553

Chester Pach, "'Our Worst Enemy Seems to Be the Press': TV News, the Nixon Administration, and U.S. Troop Withdrawal from Vietnam, 1969–1973," 555-565

Jeffrey Record, "Leaving Vietnam: Insights for Iraq?" 567-576

Jeffrey P. Kimball, " Out of Primordial Cultural Ooze: Inventing Political and Policy Legacies about the U.S. Exit from Vietnam," 577-587

Mark Atwood Lawrence, "Too Late or Too Soon? Debating the Withdrawal from Vietnam in the Age of Iraq," 589-600

European History Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 3 (July 2010)

Hester Vaizey, "Husbands and Wives: An Evaluation of the Emotional Impact of World War Two in Germany," 389-411

Daniel Unowsky, "Peasant Political Mobilization and the 1898 anti-Jewish Riots in Western Galicia," 412-435

R.J.B. Bosworth, "L’Anno Santo (Holy Year) in Fascist Italy 1933—34," 436-457

Miguel Ángel del Arco Blanco, "Hunger and the Consolidation of the Francoist Regime (1939-1951)," 458-483

Christian Haase, "Review Article: The German Mass Media in the Twentieth Century: Between Democracy and Dictatorship," 484-492

 
European Review of Economic History, Vol. 14, No. 2 (August 2010)

Bruon Bonde & Jord Hanus, "Beyond building craftsmen. Economic growth and living standards in the sixteenth-century Low Countries: the case of 's-Hertogenbosch (1500–1560)," 179-207

Michael Kopsidis & Heinrich Hockmann, "Technical change in Westphalian peasant agriculture and the rise of the Ruhr, circa 1830–1880," 209-237

Vincente Pinilla & Maria-Isabel Ayuda, "Taking advantage of globalization? Spain and the building of the international market in Mediterranean horticultural products, 1850–1935," 239-274

Mats Olsson & Patrick Svensson, "Agricultural growth and institutions: Sweden, 1700–1860," 275-304

George Selgin, "The institutional roots of Great Britain's ‘big problem of small change’," 305-334

 
European Review of History, Vol. 17, No. 3 (2010)

Special Issue: Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and the Jew of East Central Europe

Pawel Maciejko, "Sabbatian Charlatans: the first Jewish cosmopolitans," 361 – 378

Michael L. Miller, "From liberal nationalism to cosmopolitan patriotism: Simon Deutsch and 1848ers in exile," 379 – 393

Paul Lerner, "Circulation and representation: Jews, department stores and cosmopolitan consumption in Germany, c.1880s–1930s," 395 – 413

Ela Bauer, "Jan Gottlieb Bloch: Polish cosmopolitism versus Jewish universalism," 415 – 429

Semion Goldin, "Jews as cosmopolitans, foreigners, revolutionaries. Three images of the Jew in Polish and Russian nationalist ideology at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries," 431 – 444

Frank Gruener, "‘Russia's battle against the foreign’: the anti-cosmopolitanism paradigm in Russian and Soviet ideology," 445 – 472

Eliza Ablovatski, "The 1919 Central European revolutions and the Judeo-Bolshevik myth," 473 – 489

Raphael Vago, "The unexpected cosmopolitans – Romania's Jewry facing the Communist system," 491 – 504

Audrey Kichelewski, "Imagining ‘the Jews’ in Stalinist Poland: nationalists or cosmopolites?," 505 – 522

Zvi Gitelman, "A jagged circle: from ethnicity to internationalism to cosmopolitanism – and back," 523 – 539

Israel Bartal , "The other story: Israeli historians and Jewish ‘universalism’," 541 – 549

 
German History, Vol. 28, No. 2 (June 2010)

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 Life and Letters, Vol. 63, No. 3 (July 2010)

Pol O Dochartaigh, "Introduction: The GDR Between Conformism and Subversion," p 230-233

Laura Bradley, "Censorship and Opinion Formation: Franziska Linkerhand on the GDR Stage," 234-249

Annie Ring, "'Eine Bindung durch Hass': Double-Agency, Mimesis and the Role of Hands in Monika Maron's Stille Zeile Sechs," 250-264

Karen Leeder, " 'Nachleben': Volker Braun and the Death and Afterlife of the GDR," 265-279

Gerrit-Jan Berendse, "Die Überlebensfigur Sächsische Dichterschule," 280-294

David Robb, "Playing with the 'Erbe': Songs of the 1848 Revolution in the GDR," 295-310

Pol O Dochartaigh, "'Ostpolitik, Nordpolitik': Partition and National Identity in Germany and Ireland," 311-330

Andrew Evans, "The Last Gasp of Socialism: Economics and Culture in 1960s East Germany," 331-344

Kim Richmond, "Negotiating 'Femininity' in the GDR Prison Narrative: Discourses of Character Development and Incorrigibility in Elisabeth Graul's Die Farce (1991)," 345-353

Katja Warchold, "'Ich wollte eine Distel im sozialistischen Rosengarten sein'– Autobiographische Texte von zwei DDR-Jugendgenerationen," 354-368

   
German Politics & Society, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Summer 2010)

Charles S. Maier, "'Als wär' es ein Stück von uns …': German Politics and Society Traverses Twenty Years of United Germany," 1-16

Jeffrey J. Anderson, " The Federal Republic at Twenty: Of Blind Spots and Peripheral Visions," 17-33

Russel J. Dalton & Willy Jou, "Is There a Single German Party System?," 34-52

Helga A. Welsh, "Higher Education in Germany: Fragmented Change Amid Paradigm Shifts," 53-70

Holger wolf, "German Economic Unification Twenty Years Later," 71-81

Stephen J. Silvia, "The Elusive Quest for Normalcy: The German Economy since Unification," 82-101

Anke Hassel, "Twenty Years after German Unification: The Restructuring of the German Welfare and Employment Regime," 102-115

Richard, Deeg, "Industry and Finance in Germany since Unification," 116-129

Christopher S. Allen, "Ideas, Institutions and Organized Capitalism: The German Model of Political Economy Twenty Years after Unification," 130-150

Abraham L. Newman, "Flight from Risk: Unified Germany and the Role of Beliefs in the European Response to the Financial Crisis," 151-164

Beverly Crawford, "The Normative Power of a Normal State: Power and Revolutionary Vision in Germany's Post-Wall Foreign Policy," 165-184

Eric Langenbacher, "Conclusion: The Germans Must Have Done Something Right," 185-202

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 83, No. 2 (2010)

Kathrin Maurer, "Der panomaratische Blick auf das Andere in Ida von Hahn-Hahns Reisebericht Orientalische Briefe (1844)"

Sonja Frtizsche, "The Continuities of an East German Heimat: Gender and Technological Progress in Du bist min. Ein deutsches Tagebuch".

Michele Ricci Bell, "Lyrical Redefinitions of Heimat in Mariella Mehr's Nachrichten aus dem Exil and Widerwelten,"

Rebecca Braun, "1967-2007: The Gruppe 47 as a Cultural Heimat"

Gary L. Baker, "The Middle Voice in Günter Grass's Im Krebsgang"

  
German Studies Review, Vol. 33, No. 2 (May 2010)

Sarah Hemmings & Martin Kegel, "Memory Gardens: Aesthetic Education and Political Emancipation in the Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord," 243-

Jeroen Dewulf, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra by... Albert Helman: The Image of Germany and the Germans in Dutch Clandestine Literature (1940–1945)," 262-

Florian Gelzer, "Dissonante Einheit. Zur Struktur von Marieluise Fleißers Mehlreisende Frieda Geier. Roman vom Rauchen, Sporteln, Lieben und Verkaufen (1931)" 285-

Jennifer Kapczynski, "Postwar Ghosts: Heimatfilm and the Specter of Male Violence. Returning to the Scene of the Crime," 305-

Elun Gabriel, "The Left Liberal Critique of Anarchism in Imperial Germany," 331-

Lowell Edmunds, "Kafka on Minor Literature," 351-

Albrecht Classen, "Constructed Space in the Late Middle Ages: Arnold von Harff’s Incidental Discovery of a New Paradigm of Urban Space in Cairo," 375-

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

 
The Germanic Review, Vol. 85, No. 2 (April-June 2010)

Herman Parsch, "Hans Eichners Bedeutung für die Romantik-Forschung," 81 - 94

Theodore Ziolkowski, "Hans Eichner and Friedrich Schlegel," 95 - 101

Martin Swales, "'Es hat niemand Gewissen als der Betrachtende': Reflections on Hans Eichner's Analysis of Character Configuration in Goethe's Works," 102 - 106

Willi Goetschel, "An Elective Affinity: Hans Eichner and Friedrich Schlegel," 107 - 117

Claudia Brodsky, "On Hans Eichner and the 'Double' History of the Romantic," 118 - 119

Lilian R. Furst, "A Personal Reminiscence of Hans Eichner," 120 - 124

Marcus Twellmann, "Schwören nach Kant," 125 - 141

Karen S. Feldman, "The Temporal Aside: 'Transzendentale Buffonerie' in Two Works of Novalis," 142 - 155

Maria Stehle, "Transnational Visual Cultures: The German Case," 156 - 161

Christian Rogowski, "Re-calibrating German Modernity," 162 - 169

   
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 4/10: Raum und Karte

Vadim Oswalt, "Das Wo zum Was und Wann Der 'Spatial turn' und seine Bedeutung für die Geschichtsdidaktik," 220-

Michael Sauer, "Zur 'Kartenkompetenz' von Schülern Ergebnisse einer empirischen Untersuchung," 234-

Arndt Reitemeier & Niels Petersen, "Neue Konzeptionen zur Visualisierung von Landesgeschichte," 249-

 
GWU 5-6/10: Weltwirtshaftkrise

Werner Plumpe, "Die gegenwärtige Wirtschaftskrise in historischer Perspektive," 284-

Johannes Bähr, "Die deutsche Banken- und Währungskrise von 1931 - Wiederholt sich Geschichte? Die Bankenkrise vom Juli 1931 als Trauma und als Forschungsgegenstand," 298-

Jan-Otmar Hesse, "Wirtschaftspolitische Bewältigungsstrategien nach der Krise Deutschland und die USA in den 1930er Jahren," 315-

Hakan Lindgren & Ivar Kreuger, "Der Zusammenbruch eines multinationalen Konzerns in der Weltwirtschaftskrise," 330-

Gerhard Henke-Bockschatz, "Anmerkungen zur Darstellung der Weltwirtschaftskrise in deutschen Geschichtsschulbüchern," 343-

 
GWU 7-8/10: Fussballgeschichte

Wolfram Pyta, "Geschichtswissenschaft und Sport – Fragestellungen und Perspektiven," 388-

Dittmar Dahlmann, "'Fußball ist nur Fußball' Das Fußballländerspiel Sowjetunion gegen die Bundesrepublik Deutschland am 21. August 1955 im Moskauer Dynamostadion," 402-

Frank Bajohr, "'Mof' versus 'Kaaskopp' Der deutsch-niederländische Fußball-Nationalismus als Seismograph nationaler Selbst- und Fremdbilder," 419-

Daniel Eisenmenger, "Die vergessene Verfassung von Korsika 1755: Der gescheiterte Versuch einer modernen Nationsbildung," 430-

 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 36, No. 2 (2010)

Ulrike Strasser, "Die Kartierung der Palaosinseln," 197–230

Anne-Charlott Trepp, "Von der Missionierung der Seelen zur Erforschung der Natur," 231–256

Rebekka Habermas, "Wissenstransfer und Mission," 257–284

Heidemarie Winkel, "Christliche Religion und ihre Sinnformen der Selbstbeschreibung," 285–316

Valeska Huber, "Diskussionsforum," 317–341

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 53, No. 2 (June 2010)

Research Articles

Alexander Schmidt, "Irenic Patriotism In Sixteenth- And Seventeenth-Century German Political Discourse," 243-269

K. J. Kesselring, "Felony Forfeiture And The Profits Of Crime In Early Modern England," 271-288

Clive Holmes, "The Trial And Execution Of Charles I Clive Holmes," 289-316

Alasdair Raffe, "Presbyterianism, Secularization, And Scottish Politics After The Revolution Of 1688–1690 Alasdair Raffe," 317-337

Philip G. Dwyer, "Napoleon And The Foundation Of The Empire," 339-358

Richard Huzzey, "Free Trade, Free Labour, And Slave Sugar In Victorian Britain," 359-379

Alex Middleton, "Rajah Brooke And The Victorians," 381-400

Jonathan Bell, "Social Politics In A Transoceanic World In The Early Cold War Years Jonathan Bell," 401-421

Historiographical Reviews

Tanfer Emin Tunc, "Midwifery And Women's Work In The Early American Republic: A Reconsideration Of Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's A Midwife's," 423-428

Tony Ballantyne, "The Changing Shape Of The Modern British Empire And Its Historiography," 429-452

David M. Craig, "'High Politics' And The 'New Political History'," 453-475

Kirsty Walker, "Historical Perspectives On Economic Crises And Health," 477-494

Emile Chabal, "Writing The French National Narrative In The Twenty-First Century," 495-516

Review Article

E. L. Devlin, "Disputing The Catholic Past (And Present)," 517-522

 
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 35, No. 2 (2010)

SPECIAL ISSUE: Transitions – Transformations: Trajectories of Social, Economic and Political Change after Communism

ELITES AFTER TRANSITION

Heinrich Best, "Transitions, Transformations and the Role of Elites," 9-

Károly Szabó, "Forming of New Elites. The Hungarian Case," 13-

Oxana Gaman-Golutvina, "Russian Society and Elites in 1989-2009: Transformation Results and Future Perspectives," 41-

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL CHANGE

Rainer K. Silbereisen & Martin J. Tomasik, "Development as Action in Changing Contexts: Perspectives from Six Countries," 57-

John Bynner, "Youth Transitions and Changing Labour Markets: Germany and England in the Late 1980s," 76-

Ingrid Schoon, "Planning for the Future: Changing Education Expectations in Three British Cohorts," 99-

Jungsik Kim, Sik Hung Ng & Jihyun Kim, "Psychological Trauma of Rapid Social Transformations: Korea’s Economic Crisis and Hong Kong after the Reunification," 120-

Cigdem Kagitcibasi, "Changing Life Styles-Changing Competencies: Turkish Migrant Youth in Europe," 151-

Rand D. Conger, Thomas K.Schofield, Katherine J. Conger & Tricia K. Neppl, "Economic Pressure, Parent Personality and Child Development: An Interactionist Analysis," 169-

VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM IN CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE AFTER EU ACCESSION

Katharina Bluhm, "Theories of Capitalism Put to the Test: Introduction to a Debate on Central and Eastern Europe," 197-

David Lane, "Post-Socialist States and the World Economy: The Impact of Global Economic Crisis," 218-

Arjan Vliegenthart, "Bringing Dependency Back In: The Economic Crisis in Post-socialist Europe and the Continued Relevance of Dependent Development," 242-

Jan Drahokoupil & Martin Myant, "Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Vulnerabilities: Financial Crisis and its Impact on Welfare States in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States," 266-

BUSINESS DYNAMICS IN THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF POST-SOCIALIST SOCIETIES

Michael Fritsch, "Business Dynamics in the Transformation Process of Post-Socialist Societies – An Introduction," 299-

Alexander Chepurenko, "Small Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Activity of Population in Russia in the Context of the Economic Transformation," 301-

David Smallbone & Friederike Welter, "Entrepreneurship and the Role of Government in Post-Socialist Economies: Some Institutional Challenges,"320-

Hartmut Lehmann, "The Evolution of Labor Relations Inside a Russian Firm During Late Transition: Evidence from Personnel Data," 334-

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 18, No. 1 (2010)

Aufsätze

Eva Labouvie, "Himmelskörper - Menschenkörper - Frauenkörper: Die Ordnung des Kosmos und die Verortung der Geschlechter in den Wissenschaften des 16. bis 19. Jahrhunderts," 1-24

Norbert Schindler, "Korsischer Exodus: Auf den Spuren der mediterranen Mobilität am Beispiel der Geschichte der Griechenkolonie von Cargèse," 25-6

.Martin Baumeister, "'Berliner Witz' oder der Eigensinn der Grossstadt," 69-87

Jens Wietschorke, "'Ins Volk gehen!' Zur kulturellen Logik der Volksfreundschaft im deutschen Bildungsbürgertum vor 1933," 88-119

Forum

Ludolf Kuchenbuch, "Zwischen Improvisation und Text: Schriftanthropologische Erwägungen eines Jazzamateurs und Mediävisten zur Musikhistorie," 120-139

Jakob Tanner, "'Das Grosse im Kleinen': Rudolf Braun als Innovator der Geschichtswissenschaft," 140-156

Johanna Rolshoven, "Die Methodik des Lebens: Zum Tod von Utz Jeggle," 157-159

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 290, No. 2 (April 2010)

Jani Kirov, "The Way of Dealing with Deviations in the Roman Republic," 297-

Leo Lucassen, "The Role of Ethnicity, Religion, Class and Gender," 321-

Wolfgan Hoelscher, "Abschied vom Konzept der gemeinsamen Außenpolitik. Zur parlamentarischen Auseinandersetzung über die neue Ostpolitik in den Jahren 1969 bis 1972," 347-

 
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 290, No. 3 (June 2010)

Kurt A. Raaflaub, "Conceptualizing and Theorizing Peace in Ancient Greece," 593-

Ute Kleine, "The Long Way from Clarendon to Canterbury. New Reflections on the Significance of Political Literacy in the Becket Controversy," 621-

Jonathan Sperber, "Accepted, Purported and Actual Normative Conflicts over Forest Use in Nineteenth Century Germany," 681-

 
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)

See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2010 for most recent issue.

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


See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2010 for most recent issue.

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 24, No. 1 (Spring 2010)

Alexander V. Prusin, "Poland's Nuremberg: The Seven Court Cases of the Supreme National Tribunal, 1946–1948," 1-25

Jerome S. Legge, Jr., "The Karl Linnas Deportation Case, the Office of Special Investigations, and American Ethnic Politics," 26-55

Wendy Lower, "Male and Female Holocaust Perpetrators and the East German Approach to Justice, 1949–1963," 56-84

Joseph W. Bendersky, "Dissension in the Face of the Holocaust: The 1941 American Debate over Antisemitism Holocaust Genocide Studies," 85-116

  
International History Review, Vol. 32, No. 2 (June 2010)

Articles

Alan P. Dobson & Steve Marsh, "Churchill at the Summit: SACLANT and the Tone of Anglo-American Relations in January 1952," 211 – 228

Francine McKenzie, "The GATT–EEC Collision: The Challenge of Regional Trade Blocs to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1950–67," 229 – 252

Mithi Mukherjee, "‘A World of Illusion’: The Legacy of Empire in India's Foreign Relations, 1947–62," 253 – 271

Geoffrey W. Rice, "British Foreign Policy and the Falkland Islands Crisis of 1770–1," 273 – 305

Note

Chih-lung Lin, "Japanese Shipping in India and the British Resistance, 1891–1918," 307 – 318

Review Article

Arthur M. Eckstein, "The Character of Pre-modern Interstate Diplomacy," 319 – 328

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Winter 2010)

Nicholas Khoo, "Breaking the Ring of Encirclement: The Sino-Soviet Rift and Chinese Policy toward Vietnam, 1964–1968," 3-42

Mircea Munteanu, "When the Levee Breaks: The Impact of the Sino-Soviet Split and the Invasion of Czechoslovakia on Romanian-Soviet Relations, 1967–1970," 43-61

Giroa Goodman, "The British Government and the Challenge of McCarthyism in the Early Cold War Giora Goodman," 62-97

Alan P. Dobson, "From Instrumental to Expressive: The Changing Goals of the U.S. Cold War Strategic Embargo," 98-119

:Perspectives on The Sino-Soviet Split," 120-

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 12, No. 2 (Spring 2010)

Grace Ai-Ling Chou, "Cultural Education as Containment of Communism: The Ambivalent Position of American NGOs in Hong Kong in the 1950s," 3-28

FORUM: The Collapse of Superpower Détente, 1977–1981

James G. Blight & Janet M. Lang, "FORUM: When Empathy Failed: Using Critical Oral History to Reassess the Collapse of U.S.-Soviet Détente in the Carter-Brezhnev Years," 29-74

Mark Garrison, "Commentary on 'When Empathy Failed," 75-78

Raymond L. Garthoff, "On Empathy and Critical Oral History: A Commentary Raymond L. Garthoff," 79-88

Jeff K. Matlock, "Empathy in International Relations: A Commentary," 89-91

Robert A. Pastor, "Missing Each Other: A Comment on 'When Empathy Failed'," 92-94

Thomas W. Simons, Jr., "When Policy Failed: A View from the Middle Distance," 95-101

James G. Blight & Janet M. Lang, "Soviet Détente in the Carter-Brezhnev Years James G. Blight janet M. Lang," 102-109

Review Essay

Richard Drake, "Terrorism and the Decline of Italian Communism: Domestic and International Dimensions," 110-116

Thomas A. Dine, "Summary U.S. Policy and Peacemaking Efforts in the Middle East: Historical Perspectives Thomas A. Dine," 117-125

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 45, No. 2 (April 2010)

Stefan Vogt, "Strange Encounters: Social Democracy and Radical Nationalism in Weimar Germany," 253-281

Laura D. Beers, "Punting on the Thames: Electoral Betting in Interwar Britain," 282-314

Julie Thorpe, "Austrofascism: Revisiting the ‘Authoritarian State’ 40 Years On," 315-343

James Matthews, "‘Our Red Soldiers’: The Nationalist Army’s Management of its Left-Wing Conscripts in the Spanish Civil War 1936—9," 344-363

Raffael Scheck, "The Prisoner of War Question and the Beginnings of Collaboration: The Franco-German Agreement of 16 November 1940," 364-388

Stephen Connor, "Side-stepping Geneva: Japanese Troops under British Control, 1945-7," 389-405

Guy Ziv, "Shimon Peres and the French-Israeli Alliance, 1954—9," 406-429

Hannah Gurman, "‘Learn to Write Well’: The China Hands and the Communist-ification of Diplomatic Reporting," 430-453

Gavin Schaffer, "Till Death Us Do Part and the BBC: Racial Politics and the British Working Classes 1965—75," 54-477

Arthur Aughey, "Questioning British Identity: Review Article," 478-486

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 71, No. 2 (April 2010)

Anthony M. Cummings, "Musical References in Brucioli’s Dialogi and Their Classical and Medieval Antecedents Anthony M. Cummings," 169-190

Ofer Gal & Raz Chen-Morris, "Baroque Optics and the Disappearance of the Observer: From Kepler’s Optics to Descartes’ Doubt," 191-217

Efraim Podoksik, "One Concept of Liberty: Towards Writing the History of a Political Concept," 219-240

Mary K. McAlpin, "Innocence of Experience: Rousseau on Puberty in the State of Civilization," 241-261

Anna Plassart, "A Scottish Jacobin: John Oswald on Commerce and Citizenship," 263-286

Joel Isaac, "Theorist at Work: Talcott Parsons and the Carnegie Project on Theory, 1949–1951," 287-311

Joshua A. Fogel, "The Recent Boom in Shanghai Studies," 313-333

  

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 71, No. 3 (July 2010)

Warren Breckman, "Times of Theory: On Writing the History of French Theory Warren Breckman," 339-361

Carol Quillen, "The Uses of the Past in Quattrocento Florence: A Reading of Leonardo Bruni's Dialogues Carol Quillen," 363-385 HTML

Jeffrey Schwegman, "The 'System' as a Reading Technology: Pedagogy and Philosophical Criticism in Condillac's Traité des systêmes," 387-409

Johan van der Zande, "Statistik and History in the German Enlightenment Johan van der Zande," 411-432

John Michael Corrigan, "The Metempsychotic Mind: Emerson and Consciousness," 433-455

Mark D. Larabee, "Baedekers as Casualty: Great War Nationalism and the Fate of Travel Writing Mark D. Larabee," 457-480

Joshua Derman, "Skepticism and Faith: Max Weber's Anti-Utopianism in the Eyes of his Contemporaries Joshua Derman," 481-503

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 8, No. 1, (2010)

Frederic Cooper, "Writing the History of Development," 5-23

Joseph M. Hodge, "British Colonial Expertise, Post-Colonial Careering and the Early History of International Development," 24-46

Corinna R. Unger, "Industrialization vs. Agrarian Reform: West German Modernization Policies in India in the 1950s and 1960s," 47-65

Abou B. Bamba, "Triangulating a Modernization Experiment: The United States, France and the Making of the Kossou Project in Central Ivory Coast PDF," 66-84

Constantin Katsakioris, "Soviet Lessons for Arab Modernization: Soviet Educational Aid towards Arab Countries after 1956," 85-106

Moritz Feichtinger & Stephan Malinowski, "'Eine Millionen Algerier lernen im 20. Jahrhundert zu leben': Umsiedlungslager und Zwangsmodernisierung im Algerienkrieg 1954–1962," 107-135

   
Journal of Modern History, Vol. 82, No. 2 (June 2010)

Lucy Riall, "Martyr Cults in Nineteenth-Century Italy," 255-

Oliver Zimmer, "Beneath the 'Culture War': Corpus Christi Processions and Mutual Accommodation in the Second German Empire," 288-

Sasha D. Pack, "Revival of the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela: The Politics of Religious, National, and European Patrimony, 1879–1988," 335-

Review Articles

Charly Coleman, "Resacralizing the World: The Fate of Secularization in Enlightenment Historiography," 368-

William Patch, "The Catholic Church, the Third Reich, and the Origins of the Cold War: On the Utility and Limitations of Historical Evidence," 396-

 
Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 19, No. 2 (May 2010)

Texts

Timothy Stewart & Winter simon Stern, "Picturing Same-Sex Marriage in the Antebellum United States: The Union of 'Two Most Excellent Men' in Longstreet's 'A Sage Conversation'," 197-222

Methods

Stephen Robertson, "Shifting the Scene of the Crime: Sodomy and the American History of Sexual Violence Stephen Robertson," 223-242

Studies

Alison Moore & Peter Cryle, "Frigidity at the Fin de Siècle in France: A Slippery and Capacious Concept," 243-261

Douglas M. Charles, "From Subversion to Obscenity: The FBI's Investigations of the Early Homophile Movement in the United States, 1953-1958," 262-287

Greta Rensenbrink, "Parthenogenesis and Lesbian Separatism: Regenerating Women's Community through Virgin Birth in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s," 288-316

Paul Ryan, "Asking Angela: Discourses about Sexuality in an Irish Problem Page, 1963-1980," 317-339

 
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 22, No. 2 (2009)

Gerhard Besier, "Einleitung," 405–421

Gerhard Besier, "Zur Rolle der deutschen evangelischen Kirche in Niederschlesien bei der Evakuierung der Bevölkerung 1945/46," 454–487

Katarzyna Stoklosa, "Ankunft und Integration der polnischen Ansiedler in Görlitz-Ost," 488–499

Erhard Cziomer, " Die beiden deutschen Staaten aus der polnischen Perspektive nach 1949," 500–518

Heath A Spencer, "Kulturprotestantismus and 'Positive Christianity': A Case for Discontinuity," 519–545

Hans-Eberhard Dietrich, "Ohne geistlichen Sinn und biblische Weisung: Kirchenrecht darf es nicht ohne Bindung ans Bekenntnis geben," 550–566

Thies Schulze, "Coughlin und sein guter Hirte," 567–594

Josef Pilvousek, "Die Katholische Kirche und die Anfänge einer historischen Aufarbeitung 1990 bis 1996," 633–654

Annegret Dirksen, "Kardinal József Mindszenty – reaktionärer Legitimist oder Märtyrer im Freiheitskampf?," 655–689

Gerhard Besier, "Religion as a Social and Biological Phenomenon: 'From the Supposedly Actual' to a 'Pretend World'," 690–702

 
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 23, No. 1 (2010)

Kimmo Katajala, "Einleitung," 4–14

Katarzyna Stoklosa, "Überlegungen zur Grenzregionenforschung," 53–62

Reijo E. Heinonen, "Grenze als Metapher in der Bildung der finnischen Identität," 63–80

Kimmo Katajala, "Zwischen West und Ost. 800 Jahre an der Ostgrenze Finnlands," 81–110

Eija Lähteenmäki, "Treue Grenzbewohner als Ziel. Migrationsbewegungen und Vereinheitlichung an der schwedisch-russischen Grenze 1570–1656," 111–133

Jukka Kokkonen, "Überlokale Kontaktflächen der Grenze: Die nördlichen Grenz- gebiete zwischen dem schwedischen Reich und dem Großfürstentum Moskau im 17. Jahrhundert," 134–157

Mika Sivonen, "Sprache und Religion als Instrumente des Grenzgangs in Ingermanland im 17. Jahrhundert," 158–179

Pekka Nevalainen, "Die Militärexpedition gen Osten bei den finnischen Stammeskriegen 1918–1922," 180–201

Ilkka Huhta, "Innere Mission an der Ostgrenze. Die ostpolitische Rolle der Gesellschaften für innere Mission von Sortavala bis in die 1920er-Jahre," 202–225

Hannu Mustakallio, "Die kirchliche Grenzregionenarbeit in Finnland in den 1920er- und 1930er-Jahren," 226–247

Kaija Santti, "Propst Selim Jalmari Laurikkala – der letzte finnische Pfarrer in der Kirche Ingermanlands vor dem Zweiten Weltkrieg," 248–269

Jussi Kämäräinen, "Zivilisten im Krieg. Der Überlebenskampf der Zivilbevölkerung an der finnischen Ostgrenze auf dem Territorium der finnischen Volksrepublik im Winter 1939–1940," 270–289

Juha Meriläinen, "Die finnischen Orthodoxen 'zu Diensten der Regierung der Vereinigten Staaten' – Patriarch Athenagoras als Botschafter des Westens 1949," 290–303

Henrik Nitsche, "Grenzen im Kalten Krieg: Der Eiserne Vorhang und sein Einfluss auf zeitgenössische Grenz- und Raumvorstellungen," 304–314

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

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

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Mittelweg 36, Vol. 19, No. 3 (June/July 2010)

Page 1: Unaware of how they look

"'Liebe Hannah Arendt ...': Ein Briefwechsel zwischen Leni Yahil und Hannah Arendt, 1961–1971"

Dan Michman & Sarit Shavit, "Hannah Arendt und Leni Yahil. Eine Freundschaft, die nicht standhielt"

Literaturbeilage

Christian Schneider, "Eine Mesalliance mit Folgen: Adorno und die Psychoanalyse"

Dagmar Reese, "Zum Stellenwert der Freiwilligkeit:. Hitler-Jugend und NSDAP-Mitgliedschaft"

Markus Pöhlmann, "Planet Terror: Krieg und Bürgerkrieg im Zombiefilm seit 1968"

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

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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. 207 , No. 1 (April 2010)

Jane Whittle, "Lords and Tenants in Kett’s Rebellion 1549," 3-52

Ryan Dominic Crewe, "Brave New Spain: An Irishman’s Independence Plot in Seventeenth-Century Mexico," 53-87

Faramerz Dabhoiwala, "Lust and Liberty," 89-179

Christof Dejung & Andreas Zangger, "British Wartime Protectionism and Swiss Trading Companies in Asia during the First World War," 181-213

Matt Houlbrook, "‘A Pin to See the Peepshow’: Culture, Fiction and Selfhood in Edith Thompson’s Letters, 1921–1922," 215-249

 
Past and Present, Vol. 208 , No. 1 (August 2010)

Eric Hobsbawm, "Victor Kiernan," 3-8

Esther Eidinow, "Patterns of Persecution: ‘Witchcraft’ Trials in Classical Athens," 9-35

Justine Firnhaber-Baker, "Seigneurial War and Royal Power in Later Medieval Southern France," 37-76

Alexandra Walsham, "Invisible Helpers: Angelic Intervention in Post-Reformation England," 77-130

Benjamin Heller, "The ‘Mene Peuple’ and the Polite Spectator: The Individual in the Crowd at Eighteenth-Century London Fairs," 131-157

Frederick F. Anscombe, "Islam and the Age of Ottoman Reform," 159-189

Michael Goebel, "Gauchos, Gringos and Gallegos: The Assimilation of Italian and Spanish Immigrants in the Making of Modern Uruguay 1880–1930," 191-229

Sunil S. Amrith, "Indians Overseas? Governing Tamil Migration to Malaya 1870–1941," 231-261

 
Revue d'Allemagne, Vol. 42, No. 1 ( 2010)


LES POLITIQUES DE LA FAMILLE DANS L'ESPACE GERMANOPHONE

Gilles Leroux, " Les politiques familiales de la fondation de la République fédérale d’Allemagne à la fin de l’ère Kohl: entre neutralité bienveillante et combat idéologique discret"

Anne Salles, "La politique familiale allemande: un tournant?"

Gerda Neyer, "Familienpolitik in Österreich - zwischen Beharrung und Veränderung,"

Beat Fux, "Geschichte und aktuelle Baustellen der schweizerischen Familienpolitik"

Anne-Laure Garcia, "La politique familiale est-allemande : une politique maternelle"

Gilles Leroux, "Retour sur la politique 'familiale' national-socialiste"

Camille Fauroux, "La politique familiale nazie: une lecture croisée des ouvrages de Michelle Mouton et Lisa Pine"

Pierre Koenig, "La nouvelle coalition fédérale"

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 41, No. 1 (Spring 2010)

John R. Decker, "Civic Charity, Civic Virtue: The Master of Alkmaar's 'Seven Works of Mercy'," 3-28

Kristy Wilson Bowers, "Tradition and Innovation in Spanish Medicine: Bartolomé Hidalgo de Agüero and the 'Vía Particular'," 29-47

James Daybell, "Gender, Obedience, and Authority in Sixteenth-Century Women's Letters," 49-67

Celeste Chamberlain, "Between the Hall and the Market: William Clowes and Surgical Self-Fashioning in Elizabethan London," 69-89

Stefania Tutino, "Thomas Preston and English Catholic Loyalism: Elements of an International Affair," 91-109

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

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Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 97, No. 1 (2010)

Nachruf

Christoph Buchheim (1954–2009)

Aufsätze

Rainer S. Elkar, "Die Juden und das Silber – Eine Studie zum Spannungsverhältnis zwischen Reichsrecht und Wirtschaftspraxis im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert"

Stefan Pajung, "Commercialisation and Consumption in South Western Jutland, c. 1500–1650"

 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 97, No. 2 (2010)

Marcel Boldorf, "Grenzen des nationalsozialistischen Zugriffs auf Frankreichs Kolonialimporte (1940–1942"

Stefan Burkhardt, "Stupentes ob inauditam novitatem – Das „Neue“ im Mainzer Erzstift des 12. Jahrhunderts. Zur Anwendung von Innovationstheorien auf das Mittelalter"

Christian Kleinschmidt, "Von der „Shilumim“ zur Entwicklungshilfe. Deutsch-israelische Wirtschaftskontakte 1950–1966"

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 58, No. 3 (July 2010)

Aufsätze

Christoph Buchheim, "Der Mythos vom 'Wohlleben'. Der Lebensstandard der deutschen Zivilbevölkerung im Zweiten Weltkrieg," 299-

Michael Mayer, "'Die französische Regierung packt die Judenfrage ohne Umschweife an': Vichy-Frankreich, deutsche Besatzungsmacht und der Beginn der 'Judenpolitik' im Sommer/Herbst 1940," 329-

Diskussion

Guenther Gillessen, "Tresckow und der Entschluß zum Hochverrat: Eine Nachschau zur Kontroverse über die Motive," 365-

Johannes Huerter, "Entgegnung auf Günther Gillessen," 387-

393 Alexander Haritonow & Klaus-Dieter Mueller, "Die Gesamtzahl sowjetischer Kriegsgefangener – Eine weiterhin ungelöste Frage T

Dokumentation

"Probleme mit dem 'großen Bruder': Der DDR-Staatssicherheitsdienst und die Deutschlandpolitik der KPdSU 1969/70," 403-

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

Articles

Quentin Deluermoz, "Présentation," 4-12

Cadrage introductif

"Biographie de Norbert Elias," 14-18

"Bibliographie," 19-28

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

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

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)

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

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

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, "Quelques observations en guise de conclusion," 209-214

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

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 53 (2010)

Thema

Lars Amenda, "Globale Grenzgänger: Chinesische Seeleute und Migranten und ihre Wahrnehmung in Westeuropa 1880–1930"

Nora Kreuzenbeck, "Racial Identifications im Wandel: John Rapier als Grenzgänger in den USA und Haiti"

Anwen Tormey, "Affective Border Regimes: Fear, Compassion and Truth in Asylum Adjudication in Ireland"

Michael Pesek, "Von Europa nach Afrika: Deutsche Passagiere auf der Dampferpassage in die Kolonie Deutsch-Ostafrika"

Debatte

Mischa Suter, "Jenseits des 'cash nexus': Sozialgeschichte des Kredits zwischen kulturanthropologischen und informationsökonomischen Zugängen"

Filmkritik

Angelika Nguyen, "Die große Liebe und der Krieg Individuelles Schicksal und Historie in ihrer Wechselwirkung gezeigt in dem sowjetischen Film 'Die Kraniche ziehen' (1957)"

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

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Zeitgeschichte, No. 4 (2009)

Auseinandersetzungen mit dem Nationalsozialismus

Artikel

Verena Moritz, "Information und Desinformation. Anmerkungen zur Rolle der "Österreichischen Legion" im Verhältnis zwischen Wien und Berlin 1933–1935"

David Neuhold, "Franz Jägerstätter und die NS-Richter: Wehrdienstverweigerung und Treueeid"

Cornelius Lehnguth, "Externalisierung und Divergenz: Die Parteien und die österreichischen Vergangenheitsnarrative"

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, No. 3 (2009

Aufsätze

Knut Hickethier, "Zeitgeschichte in der Mediengesellschaft. Dimensionen und Forschungsperspektiven"

David Oels, "'Dieses Buch ist kein Roman': Jürgen Thorwalds 'Die große Flucht' zwischen Zeitgeschichte und Erinnerungspolitik"

Lorenz Engell, "'Virtual History': Geschichte als Fernsehen"

Jakob Krameritsch, "Die fünf Typen des historischen Erzählens - im Zeitalter digitaler Medien"

Debatte "Akademische" Zeitgeschichte – Texte und Kontexte

Daniel Fulda, "Formen des Erzählens in der Zeitgeschichte: Gegenläufige Trends und ihr Zusammenhang"

Olaf Blaschke, "Der Markt der Zeitgeschichtsschreibung: Ein Plädoyer für mehr Empirie"

Quellen

Cord Pagenstecher, "Private Fotoalben als historische Quelle"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 4 (April 2010)

Bernhard Sauer, "'Auf nach Oberschlesien': Die Kämpfe der deutschen Freikorps 1921 in Oberschlesien und den anderen ehemaligen deutschen Ostprovinzen," 297–320

Astrid Ley, "Der Beginn des NS-Krankenmords in Brandenburg an der Havel Zur Bedeutung der 'Brandenburger Probetötung' für die 'Aktion T4'," 321–331

Christiane Reuter-Boysen, "Rentendiskussion und Artikulation von Fraueninteressen in der DDR Zur Situation der Frauen-Altersversorgung in den 1950er-Jahren im Spiegel von Eingaben," 332–354

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 5 (May 2010)

Kurt Pätzold, "zum 80. Geburtstag (Wolfgang Benz)," 393-

Peter Winzen, "Macht, Intrigen, Ränkespiele Wilhelm II. und die zweite Garde am Hof," 395–412

Václav Horčička, "Die Tschechoslowakei und die Enteignungen nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg Der Fall Liechtenstein," 413–431

Tim Szatkowski, "Das Dritte Reich in den Reden des Bundespräsidenten Richard von Weizsäcker: Ein Vergleich mit seinen Amtsvorgängern," 432–453

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 6 (June 2010)

Klaus-Peter Friedrich, "Die polnisch-jüdischen Beziehungen unter der NS-Herrschaft von 1939 bis 1941," 489–504

Manuel Seitenbecher, "Revolution in verträglicher Dosis Der Ring Christlich-Demokratischer Studenten (RCDS) während der 68er-Jahre an der FU Berlin," 505–526

Christoph Henseler, "Thälmanns Gethsemane: Die Gedenkstätte Ziegenhals und ihr Ende," 527–552

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 7 (July 2010)

Islambilder vom Mittelalter bis zum Ersten Weltkrieg Traditionen der Abwehr, Romantisierung, Exotisierung

Wolfgang Benz, "Zur Genese und Tradition des Feindbildes Islam. Einleitende Bemerkungen," 585–590

Michael Borgolte, "Augenlust im Land der Ungläubigen: Wie Religion bei Christen und Muslimen des Mittelalters die Erfahrung der Fremde steuerte," 591–613

Gerdien Jonker, "Kalender, Polemiken, Geschichtsbücher: Die Verankerung islamfeindlicher Bilder im Zeitalter der Reformation," 614–626

Mathias Schwerendt, "Araber, Türken, Ungläubige: Islamrepräsentationen in Kreuzzugsnarrativen deutscher Geschichtsschulbücher des 19. Jahrhunderts," 627–638

Achim Rohde, "Unter Südländern: Zur Geschichte der Orientalistik und Judaistik in Deutschland," 639–652

 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung, 1/2010

Abhandlungen und Aufsätze

Georg Jostkleigrewe, "Auswärtige Politik und interne Öffentlichkeit: Polemik, Propaganda und Persiflage im Diskurs um den Vertrag von Paris (1259)," 1-36

Sabine von Heusinger, "Von 'antwerk' bis 'zunft': Methodische Überlegungen zu den Zünften im Mittelalter," 37-71

Berichte und Kritik

Horst Carl, "'Schwerfälligen Andenkens' oder 'das Recht, interessant zu sein'? Das Alte Reich in der neueren Forschungsliteratur," 73-97

Helmut Zedelmaier, "Ideen, Kontext, Kultur. Dreimal Aufklärung der Aufklärung," 99-109

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte/Journal of Business History Vol. 55, No. 2 (2010)

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