JournalWatch
4th quarter 2010

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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. 194 (October-December 2010)

SOMMAIRE

J. Vaillant, "Une embellie pour l’Allemagne, une embellie pour l’Europe ? De l’engagement européen de l’Allemagne, 20 ans après son unification"

J.-J. Alcandre, "Prolongation du nucléaire et nouveau compromis énergétique en Allemagne"

S. Neubert, "En route vers l’excellence académique ? L’exemple de l’initiative d’excellence allemande"

H. Brodersen, "L’économie berlinoise : comment dépasser les ruptures imposées par l’histoire?"

L’actualité sociale par B.Lestrade

S. Hazouard, "Les systèmes allemand et français de relations sociales face à la dérégulation européenne des services d’intérêt général"

Comptes rendus par A.-M. Corbin

Dossier Présence de la République fédérale dans la RDA des années 1980 Dossier dirigé par Jacques Poumet, publié avec le soutien du centre de recherche Langues et Cultures Européennes de l’Université Lyon 2, la participation de l’École normale supérieure de Lyon, et le concours de la Région Rhône-Alpes et du Département du Rhône

H. Miard-Delacroix, "Le Mur comme matérialisation de la démarcation dans l’Allemagne divisée"

U. Pfeil, "Les relations interallemandes dans le contexte international des années quatre-vingt"

H. Miard-Delacroix, "Les mouvements pour la paix en République fédérale et en RDA dans les années 1980 – entremêlés, distincts, différents"

A. Steiner, "La politique économique et sociale des années 1980 en RDA face au défi ouest-allemand?"

M. Gibas, "La propagande contre la République fédérale et ses effets dans la RDA des années 1980,"

M. Rauhut, " Éléments de l’Ouest, construction de l’Est. Transformation politique des styles de cultures de jeunes en RDA"

J. Poumet, " Les arts plastiques de RDA et la rivalité Est-Ouest"

A. Lemonnier-Lemieux, "La littérature est-allemande dans le sillage de l’affaire Biermann"

E. Dubslaff, "Une social-démocratie originale en Allemagne de l’Est ? Entre dynamique révolutionnaire intérieure à la RDA et influences sociales-démocrates ouest-allemandes"

 
American Historical Review, Vol. 115, No. 5 (December 2010)

Articles

Justin Jacobs, "The Many Deaths of a Kazak Unaligned: Osman Batur, Chinese Decolonization, and the Nationalization of a Nomad," 1291-1314

Keith David Watenpaugh, "The League of Nations' Rescue of Armenian Genocide Survivors and the Making of Modern Humanitarianism, 1920–1927," 1315-1339

AHR Forum: New Perspectives on the Enlightenment

"Introduction," 1340-1341

Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, "Rival Ecologies of Global Commerce: Adam Smith and the Natural Historians," 1342-1363

William Max Nelson, "Making Men: Enlightenment Ideas of Racial Engineering," 1364-1394

Sophus A. Reinert, "Lessons on the Rise and Fall of Great Powers: Conquest, Commerce, and Decline in Enlightenment Italy," 1395-1425

Karen O'Brien, "The Return of the Enlightenment," 1426-1435

 
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 92, No. 2 (2010)

Werner Paravicini, "Bericht und Dokument. Leo von Rožmitál unterwegs zu den Höfen Europas (1465–1466)," 253-308

Daniel Carlo, "Pangerl Sterndeutung als naturwissenschaftliche Methode der Politikberatung. Astronomie und Astrologie am Hof Kaiser Friedrichs III. (1440–1493)," 309-328

Susan Richter, "Zwischen Sonne, Himmel und Erde – Bildsymbolik in den Herrschaftsdarstellungen in Europa und China," 329-363

Christine Heiser, "Der Deutsche Werkbund auf der Weltbühne oder wie Deutschland 1913 doch noch an der Weltausstellung teilnahm: Das Deutsche Haus und die deutsche Abteilung für Raumkunst und Kunstgewerbe in Gent," 363-398

Rolf-Ulrich Kunze, "Die DDR seit 1971 als Nationalstaat," 399-424

Jan Brademann, "Konfessionalisierung als Institutionalisierung: Theoretisch-empirische Überlegungen zur kulturgeschichtlichen Erweiterung eines Forschungsparadigmas," 425-460

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 40 (2009)

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

 
Central European History, Vol. 43, No. 4 (December 2010)

Interpretations

Andreas Wirsching, "From Work to Consumption. Transatlantic Visions of Individuality in Modern Mass Society," 1 -26

Frank Trentmann, " Consumer Society – RIP. A Comment," 27 -31

Andreas Wirsching, "Reply to Frank Trentmann's comment: Consumer Society – RIP," 33 -36

Articles

Francisco Cobo Romero, Miguel Angel del Arco Blanco & Teresa Maria Ortgea Loez, "The Stability and Consolidation of the Francoist Regime: The Case of Eastern Andalusia, 1936–1950," 37 -59

Mathew Stibbe, "Jürgen Kuczynski and the Search for a (Non-Existent) Western Spy Ring in the East German Communist Party in 1953," 61 -79

Review Articles

John R. Lampe, "Yugoslavia Vanishes: The British Turn to the Serbian Question," 81 -95

Michael Seidman, "The Longest Dictatorship," 97 -107

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 20, No. 1 (December 2010)

Kevin McDermott, "Popular Resistance in Communist Czechoslovakia: The Plzeň Uprising, June 1953," 287 -307

Daniel A. Gordon, " A 'Mediterranean New Left'? Comparing and Contrasting the French PSU and the Italian PSIUP," 309 -330

Rosario Forlenza, " A Party for the Mezzogiorno: The Christian Democratic Party, Agrarian Reform and the Government of Italy," 331 -349

Alan Rosenfeld, "'Anarchist Amazons': The Gendering of Radicalism in 1970s West Germany," 351 -374

Filippo de Pieri, "Conservation in the Age of Gentrification: Historic Cities from the 1960s," 375 -385

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 43, No. 6 (2010)

Ralph Jessen, "Beobachtungen zur DDR-Forschung"

Erich Röper, "Europas Einheit als politische Aufgabe"

Stephen J. Scala, "Der kuriose Fall des Genossen Otto Becker"

Anke Fiedler & Michael Meyen, "'Nichts tun, was unseren Interessen schadet!' Henry Leide: Opportunitätsüberlegungen bei der Verfolgung von NS-Gewaltverbrechen in der DDR"

Peter Steinbach, "Zur Zeitgeschichte in Deutschland"

Stefan Appelius, "Fluchtweg Rumänien"

Manfred Steinkühler, "Die SED und der PCI"

Andreas Malycha, "Biowissenschaften in Ost und West"

Christian Booß, "Unterlagen zur Westarbeit des MfS"

 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 35, No. 1 (January 2011)

"Editor's Note," 1-2

SHAFR PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

Andrew J. Rotter, "Empires of the Senses: How Seeing, Hearing, Smelling, Tasting, and Touching ShapedImperial Encounters," 3–19

European History Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 4 (October 2010)

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

 
European Review of Economic History, Vol. 14, No. 3 (October 2010)

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

 
European Review of History, Vol. 17, No. 6 (2010)

Studies—Etudes

Rene Vermeir & Rhomas Roggeman, "Implementing the truce: negotiations between the Republic and the archducal Netherlands," 1609–10

Sven Oliver Mueller, "Analysing musical culture in nineteenth-century Europe: towards a musical turn?," 835 – 859

Tudor Georgescu, "Ethnic minorities and the eugenic promise: the Transylvanian Saxon experiment with national renewal in inter-war Romania," 861 – 880

Thorsten Borring Olesen & Jan Pedersen, "On the side of the angels: altruism in Danish development aid 1960–2005," 881 – 903

 
German History, Vol. 28, No. 4 (December 2010)

Articles

David S. Bachrach, "The Written Word in Carolingian-Style Fiscal Administration under King Henry I, 919–936," 399-423

David D. Hamlin, "‘Wo sind wir?’ Orientalism, Gender and War in the German Encounter with Romania," 424-452

Christian Bailey, "The European Discourse in Germany, 1939–1950: Three Case Studies German History," 453-478

Laura J. Hilton, "The Black Market in History and Memory: German Perceptions of Victimhood from 1945 to 1948," 479-497

Reflections

Konrad H. Jarausch, "Beyond the National Narrative: Implications of Reunification for Recent German History German History," 498-514

 
German Life and Letters, Vol. 64, No. 1 (January 2011)

Margaret Littler, Franziska Meyer & Rachel Palfreyman, "Introduction," 1–5

Articles

Rachel Palfreman, "Life and Death in the Shadows: Lotte Reiniger's 'Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Ahmed'," 6–18

Judtih Still, "Isabelle de Charrière's 'Three Women'- Adopting and Adapting Hospitality after Kant," 19–30

Ritchie Robertson, "Wieland's Nude Bathers: Visual Pleasure and the Female Gaze," 31–42

Maike Oergel, "The Faustian ‘Gretchen’: Overlooked Aspects of a Famous Male Fantasy," 43–55

Heike Bartel. "A Medea called Wally: Race, Madness and Fashion in Paul Heyse's Novella 'Medea'," 56–70

Sara Jones, "Touching on Taboos: Elfriede Brüning and the Reception of 'Partnerinnen' in the GDR," 71–82

Birgit Dahlke, "Sexing Berlin?," 83–94

Mererid Puw Davies, "‘Vietnam wird zur Hure gemacht’: Women, Victimhood and the Vietnam Conflict in West German Writing," 95–107

Sarah Colvin, "‘Wir Frauen haben kein Vaterland’: Ulrike Marie Meinhof, Emily Wilding Davison and the ‘Homelessness’ of Women Revolutionaries,"108–121

Ulrike Maria Stuart, "The Terrorist in the Theatre: Elfriede Jelinek's/Nicolas Stemann's 'Ulrike Maria Stuart'," 122–132

Allyson Fiddler, "Of Political Intentions and Trivial Conventions: Erika Pluhar's 'Die Wahl' (2003) and Marlene Streeuwitz's 'Jessica, 30. (2004)'," 133–144

Anne Fuchs, "Gendered Heimat Discourse and the Poetics of the ‘Gedehnter Blick’ in Wilhelm Ganazino's'Mittelmäβiges Heimweh'," 145–155

Katie Jones, "Apolitical Animals? The Politics of Disgust in Novels by Monika Maron and Marie Darrieussecq," 156–168

   
German Politics & Society, Vol. 28, No. 4 (Winter 2010)

Articles

Thomas Wheatland, "Critical Theory on Morningside Heights: From Frankfurt Mandarins to Columbia Sociologists"

Johanna Granville, "The Last of the Mohicans: How Walter Ulbricht Endured the Hungarian Crisis of 1956"

David Ort, "The Wild, Wild East: Why the DVU Doesn't Matter and Why the NPD Does"

Forum Article

Paul Cooke, " Ostalgie's Not What It Used to Be: The German Television GDR Craze of 2003"

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 83, No. 4 (2010)

Miranda Stanyon, "'Rastierte Blätter, aber mit keiner Note beschrieben': The Musical Sublime and Aporias of Inscription in Hoffmann’s Ritter Gluck"

Jonathan Ullyot, "Kafka's Grail Castle"

Gregor Kalinowski, "'Fräulein Bürstner’s weiße Bluse': Making Sense Stick in Kafka’s The Trial"

Nitzan Lebovic, "Near the End: Celan, between Scholem and Heidegger"

Linda Maeding, "Zur Autobiographik von Germanisten im Exil: Selbstbestimmung und Selbstreflexivität bei Bernhard Blume und Egon Schwarz"

  
German Studies Review, Vol. 33, No. 3 (October 2010)

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

 
The Germanic Review, Vol. 85, No. 4 (2010)

Original Articles

Johannes von Moltke, "Introduction Johannes von Moltke," 269 – 270

Richard Langston, "Toward an Ethics of Fantasy: The Kantian Dialogues of Oskar Negt and Alexander Kluge," 271 – 293

Stefanie Harris, "Kluge's Auswege," 294 – 317

Mathew Miller, "Critical Storytelling and Diabolical Dialectics: Alexander Kluge and the Devil's Blind Spots," 318 – 339

Cyrus Shahan, "Less than Bodies: Cellular Knowledge and Alexander Kluge's 'The Air Raid on Halberstadt on 8 April 1945'," 340 – 358

Interview

"Undercurrents of Capital: An Interview with Alexander Kluge Gertrud Koch," 359 – 367

   
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 11/10: Ideengeschichte

Günther Lottes, "die Kontexte der Texte Perspektiven der Kontextanalyse in der neuen ideengeschichte," 620-

Cornel Zwierlein, "Am Ursprung der neueren intellectual History Machiavelli und Machiavellismus," 631-

Jan-Friedrich Mißfelder, "Schwärme weißer Raben Carl Schmitts ideen und Konstellationen," 645-

 
GWU 12/10: Karl Dietrich Erdmann

Christoph Cornelißen, "Karl dietrich Erdmann: Fortsetzung einer debatte und offene Fragen," 692-

Hartmut Lehmann, "Karl dietrich Erdmann in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus: Erdmann als Lehrer," 700-

Agnes Blänsdorf, "Zur Biographie Karl dietrich Erdmanns 1939 –1945: Soldat im Zweiten Weltkrieg," 713-

Eberhard Jäckel, "Karl dietrich Erdmann: Seine Wirkung in der Öffentlichkeit," 731-

 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 36, No. 4 (2010)

Sandro Guzzi-Heeb, "Revolte und soziale Netzwerke," 497–522

Daniel Brückenhaus, "'Every stranger must be suspected'," 523–566

Christian Bailey, "The Continuities of West German History," 567–596

Thilo Fehmel, "Tarifautonomie zwischen Funktions- und Handlungsfähigkeit," 597–626

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 53, No. 4 (November 2010)

Catrina Banks Whitley & Kyra Kramer, "A new explanation for the Reproductive Woes and Midlife Decline of Henry VIII," 827 -848

Peter Marshall, "John Calvin and the English Catholics, c. 1565–1640," 849 -870

Anna Groundwater, "From Whitehall to Jedburgh: Patronage Networks and the Government of the Scottish Borders, 1603 TO 1625," 871 -893

Ian Atherton, "Cathedrals, Laudianism, and the British Churches," 895 -918

John Cunningham, "Oliver Cromwell and the 'Cromwellian' Settlement of Ireland,"919 -937

Eduardo Posada-Carbo, "Newspapers, Politics, and Elections in Colombia, 1830-1930," 939 -962

Laurence Fenton, "Charles Rowcroft, Irish-Americans, and the 'Recruitment Affair, 1855-1856," 963 -982

G. C. Peden, "Sir Horace Wilson and Appeasement," 983 -1014

Erika Hanna, "Dublin's North Inner City, Preservationism, and Irish Modernity in the 1960s,"1015 -1035

 
The Historical Journal, Vol. 54, No. 1 (January 2011)

Research Articles

Androniki Dialeti, "Defending Women, Negotiating Masculinity in Early Modern Italy,"1 -23

J. F. Merritt, "Contested Legitimacy and the Ambiguous Rise of Vestries in Early Modern London," 25 -45

Jacqueline Rose, "Kingship and Counsel in Early Modern England," 47 -71

Nicole Greenspan, "Charles II, Exile, and the Problem of Allegiance," 73 -103

Bob Harris, "Cultural Change in Provincial Scottish Towns, c. 1700–1820," 105 -141

Sadiah Qureshi, "Robert Gordon Latham, Displayed Peoples, and the Natural History of Race, 1854–1866," 143 -166

David Stack, "The Death of John Stuart Mill," 167 -190

David Thackeray, "Rethinking the Edwardian Crisis of Conservatism," 191 -213

Hilary Sapire, "African Loyalism and its Discontents: The Royal tour of South Africa,1947" 215 -240

Historiographical Reviews

Gideon Mailer, "Nehemias (SCOTUS) Americanus: Enlightenment and Religion Between Scotland and America," 241 -264

 
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 36, No. 1 (2011)

Special Issue: Methods for Qualitative Management Research in the Context of Social Systems Thinking

ARTICLES

Patricia Wolf, Jens O. Meissner, Terry Nolan, Mark Lemon, René John, Evangelia Baralou & Silke Seemann, "Methods for Qualitative Management Research in the Context of Social Systems Thinking," 7-

Cristina Besio & Andrea Pronzini, "Inside Organizations and Out: Methodological Tenets for Empirical Research Inspired by Systems Theory," 18-

Gian-Claudio Gentile, "Die Gesprächsanalyse der dokumentarischen Methode als “Schlüssel” zu selbst-referenziellen Kommunikationssystemen? Theoretisch-methodologische Grundlagen und empirische Vignetten," 42-

Victoria von Groddeck, "The Case of Value Based Communication – Epistemological and Methodological Reflections from a System Theoretical Perspective," 66-

René John & Jana Rückert-John, "Observing Possibilities. A Function-Analytical Approach to Organizational Change Processes," 87-

Tina Bering Keiding, "Observing Participating Observation – A Re-description Based on Systems Theory," 106-

Morten Knudsen, "Surprised by Method – Functional Method and Systems Theory," 124-

Mark Lemon, John Craig & Matthew Cook, "Looking In or Looking Out? Top-down Change and Operational Capability," 143-

Katharina Mayr & Jasmin Siri, "Management as a Symbolizing Construction? Re-Arranging the Understanding of Management," 160-

Jens O. Meissner & Martin Sprenger, "Mixing Methods in Innovation Research: Studying the Process-Culture-Link in Innovation Management," 180-

Thorsten Peetz, Karin Lohr & Romy Hilbrich, "Management, Organisation, Struktur. Theoretische Überlegungen und empirische Ergebnisse zur Transformation des Managements von Bildungsorganisationen," 199-

Harald Tuckermann & Johannes Rüegg-Stürm, "Researching Practice and Practicing Research Reflexively: Conceptualizing the Relationship Between Research Partners and Researchers in Longitudinal Studies. Seite 230 Patricia Wolf Balanced Evaluation: Monitoring the “Success” of a Knowledge Management Project," 262-

MIXED ISSUE ARTICLES

Rainer Diaz-Bone, "Die Performativität der Sozialforschung – Sozialforschung als Sozio-Epistemologie," 291-

Ronald Gebauer, "Cadres on the Diplomatic Stage. The Social Origins and Career Patterns of GDR’s Ambassadors," 311-

CLIOMETRICS

Marcela Veselkova, "Global Imbalances from the Historical Perspective," 321-

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 18, No. 3 (2010)

Aufsätze

Edith Saurer & Regina Schulte, "Editorial," 331-334

Siegfried Mattl, "Überleben in der Grossstadt," 335-361

Sabine Schneider, "Die Diebinnen in der Grossstadt - Berlin um 1900," 362-383

Jan C. Behrends, "Mit fremdem Blick. Ernst Derendinger erinnert Moskau im Zeitalter von Revolution und Stalinismus (1910-1938)," 384-403

Martin Kohlrausch, "Szymon Syrkus: Die Stadt imaginieren im Angesicht der Katastrophe. Warschau 1930-1950," 404-422

Gabriella Gribaudi, "Camorra-Clans und die Kontrolle von Territorium im heutigen Neapel," 423-449

Forum

Karl Christian Führer, "'Guter Lebenskamerad, nichtarisch, zw. Ehe ersehnt.' Heiratsanzeigen als Quelle für die jüdische Sozial- und Mentalitätsgeschichte im nationalsozialistischen Deutschland 1933-1938," 450-466

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 291, No. 3 (December 2010)

Michael Zahrnt, "Das Megarische Psephisma und der Ausbruch des Peloponnesischen Krieges," 593-

Jrg Ganzenmuller, "Zwischen Elitenkooptation und Staatsausbau. Der polnische Adel und die Widersprüche russischer Integrationspolitik in den Westgouvernements des Zarenreiches (1772-1850)," 625-

Torben Giese, "Die Westdeutschen und ihr Verhältnis zur Luftbrücke und den Amerikanern," 663-

Peter Hoeres, "Außenpolitik, Öffentlichkeit, öffentliche Meinung. Deutsche Streitfälle in den „langen 1960er Jahren“ 689-

 
Historisches Jahrbuch, Vol. 128 (2008)

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

 
History & Memory, Vol. 22, No. 2 (Fall/Winter 2010)

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

  
History and Theory, Vol. 49, No. 4 (December 2010)


Brian Fay, "History and Theory: The Next Fifty Years"

David Christian, " The Return of Universal History"

Noel Bonneuil, " The Mathematics of Time in History"

Eelco Runia, " Crossing the Wires in the Pleasure Machine: Lenin and the Emergence of Historical Discontinuity"

Aviezer Tucker, " Where Do We Go from Here? Jubilee Report on History and Theory"

Carolyn J. Dean, " Minimalism and Victim Testimony"

Ann Rigney, "When the Monograph is No Longer the Medium: Historical Narrative in the Online Age"

Sanjay Subrahmanyam, "Intertwined Histories: Crónica and Tarikh in the Sixteenth-Century Indian Ocean World"

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 24, No. 3 (Winter 2010)

Articles

Laura Jockusch & Tamar Lewinsky, "Paradise Lost? Postwar Memory of Polish Jewish Survival in the Soviet Union," 373-399

Stephan Lehnstaedt, "Coercion and Incentive: Jewish Ghetto Labor in East Upper Silesia Holocaust Genocide Studies," 400-430

Timothy D. Neale, "'… the credentials that would rescue me': Trauma and the Fraudulent Survivor," 431-448

Research Note

Jeffry M. Diefendorf, "Warsaw as a Jewish City for Light Industry: A Solution to the 'Problem' of Poland's Jews," 449-465

  
International History Review, Vol. 32, No. 4 (December 2010)

Articles

Darren Hynes, "Parallel Traditions in the Image of Descartes: Iconography, Intention, and Interpretation," 575 – 597

Kirt Niergarth, "'This Continent must belong to the White Races': William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canadian Diplomacy and Immigration Law, 1908," 599 – 617

Ryan M. Irwin, "Apartheid on Trial: South West Africa and the International Court of Justice, 1960–66," 619 – 642

Nicholas Papastratigakis, "British Naval Strategy: The Russian Black Sea Fleet and the Turkish Straits, 1890–1904," 643 – 659

Monica Vaerholm & Lars Fredrik Oksendal, "Leaving the Anchor: Monetary Policy in neutral Norway during the First World War," 661 – 686

Ziv Rubinovitz, "Blue and White 'Black September': Israel's Role in the Jordan Crisis of 1970," 687 – 706

Review Articles

Stanley G. Payne, "Foundations of Fascism," 707 – 709 F

John Willis, "Debating the Caliphate: Islam and Nation in the Work of Rashid Rida and Abul Kalam Azad," 711 – 732

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 12, No. 4 (Fall 2010)

Tomas Tolvaisas, "Cold War 'Bridge-Building': U.S. Exchange Exhibits and Their Reception in the Soviet Union, 1959–1967," 3-31

Andrea Benvenuti, "Engaging Southeast Asia?: Labor’s Regional Mythology and Australia’s Military Withdrawal from Singapore and Malaysia, 1972–1973," 32-62

Douglas Little, "The United States and the Kurds: A Cold War Story," 63-98

Guy Laron, "Iraq. Stepping Back from the Third World: Soviet Policy toward the United Arab Republic, 1965–1967," 99-118 HTML

Zoltan Szoke, "Delusion or Reality?: Secret Hungarian Diplomacy during the Vietnam War," 119-180

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 45, No. 4 (October 2010)

Bela Bodo, "Hungarian Aristocracy and the White Terror," 703-724,

Matthew Hughes, "A History of Violence: The Shooting in Jerusalem of British Assistant Police Superintendent Alan Sigrist, 12 June 1936," 725-743

Rob Stradling, "English-speaking Units of the International Brigades: War, Politics and Discipline," 744-767

Jennifer L. Foray, "The ‘Clean Wehrmacht’ in the German-occupied Netherlands, 1940-5," 768-787

Penny Summerfield, "Dunkirk and the Popular Memory of Britain at War, 1940—58," 788-811

Barak Kushner, "Treacherous Allies: The Cold War in East Asia and American Postwar Anxiety," 812-843

Robert G. Waite, "‘Ish bin ein Bearleener’ - JFK’s 26 June 1963 Visit to Berlin: The Views from East Germany," 844-865

Duncan Redford, "Review Article: From Pre- to Post-Dreadnought: Recent Research on the Royal Navy, 1880—1945: R. Parkinson, The Late Victorian Navy: The Pre-Dreadnought Era and the Origins of the First World War, J. Brooks, Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control, A. Field, Royal Navy Strategy in the Far East 1919—1939: Planning for War against Japan, B. Lavery, In Which They Served: The Royal Navy Officer Experience in the Second World War," 866-876

   
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 46, No. 1 (January 2011)

Jeremi Suri, "Conflict and Co-operation in the Cold War: New Directions in Contemporary Historical Research," 5-9

Udi E. Greenberg, "Germany’s Postwar Re-education and Its Weimar Intellectual Roots," 10-32

Adi Gordon, "The Need for West: Hans Kohn and the North Atlantic Community," 33-57

Geoffrey Roberts, "Moscow’s Cold War on the Periphery: Soviet Policy in Greece, Iran, and Turkey, 1943—8," 58-81

Jennifer M. Miller, "The Struggle to Rearm Japan: Negotiating the Cold War State in US-Japanese Relations," 82-108

Vanessa Walker, "At the End of Influence: The Letelier Assassination, Human Rights, and Rethinking Intervention in US-Latin American Relations," 109-135

Nicholas Thompson, "Nuclear War and Nuclear Fear in the 1970s and 1980s," 136-149

Waqar H. Zaidi, "'Aviation Will Either Destroy or Save Our Civilization': Proposals for the International Control of Aviation, 1920—45," 150-178

Niklas Jensen-Eriksen, "Industrial Diplomacy and Economic Integration: The Origins of All-European Paper Cartels, 1959—72," 179-202

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 71, No. 4 (October 2010)

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

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 8, No. 2 (2010)

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

   
Journal of Modern History, Vol. 82, No. 4 (December 2010) - Science and the Making of Modern Culture

Articles

Patrick Singy, "The Popularization of Medicine in the Eighteenth Century: Writing, Reading, and Rewriting Samuel Auguste Tissot's Avis au peuple sur sa santé,". 769-800

Robert Beachy, "The German Invention of Homosexuality," 801-838

Deborah R. Coen, "Climate and Circulation in Imperial Austria," 839-875

Review Article

Lars Fischer, "The Non-Jewish Question and Other “Jewish Questions” in Modern Germany (and Austria)," 876-901

 
Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 20, No. 1 (January 2011)

Methods

Shane Gannon, "Exclusion as Language and the Language of Exclusion: Tracing Regimes of Gender through Linguistic Representations of the 'Eunuch'," 1-27

Studies

Derek Krueger, "Studies Between Monks: Tales of Monastic Companionship in Early Byzantium," 28-61

Lisa Carstens, "Unbecoming Women: Sex Reversal in the Scientific Discourse on Female Deviance in Britain, 1880–1920," 62-94

Edward Ross Dickinson, "'Must we dance naked?': Art, Beauty, and Law in Munich and Paris, 1911–1913," 95-131

Timothy Jones, "The Stained Glass Closet: Celibacy and Homosexuality in the Church of England to 1955," 132-152

Betty Luther Hillman, "'The most profoundly revolutionary act a homosexual can engage in': Drag and the Politics of Gender Presentation in the San Francisco Gay Liberation Movement, 1964–1972," 153-181

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

Kimmo Katajala, "Einleitung," 4–14

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

Reijo 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

Eika 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. 14, No. 1 (2010)

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

  
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift, Vol. 69, No. 1 (2010)

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

  
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 19, No. 6 (December 2011/January 2011)

Steven E. Aschheim, "Grenzüberschreitende Kultfiguren: Das Vermächtnis des deutsch-jüdischen Geistes zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts"

Jens Hacke, "Moritz Julius Bonn – ein vergessener Verteidiger der Vernunft: Zum Liberalismus in der Krise der Zwischenkriegszeit"

Friederike Bahl & Philipp Staab, "Das Dienstleistungsproletariat: Theorie auf kaltem Entzug von Friederike Bahl"

 
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur, Vol. 102, No. 3 (Fall 2010)

Sabine Groß, "Writing in Images: Introduction"

Rüdiger Campe, "Shapes and Figures—Geometry and Rhetoric in the Age of Evidence"

Monika Schmitz-Emans, "Die Laterna magica der Erzählung. Zur Semantik eines Bilderzeugungsverfahrens und seiner poetologischen Funktion"

Ben Parrot, "Aesthetic Tension: The Text-Image Relationship in Heinrich Hoffmann’s Struwwelpeter"

Ulrike Landfester, "'Unverlöschliche Merkmale menschlichen Willens': Heinrich Wuttke und die Geburt der Schrift aus dem Geist der Tätowierung"T

hyra E. Knapp, "'Trennung, Teilung, Spaltung': Ekphrasis as the Unifying Fissure in Anne Duden’s Das Judasschaf"

 
New German Critique, Vol. 37, No. 2 (Summer 2010)

Eric Rentschler, "The Place of Rubble in the Trümmerfilm," 9-30

David Bathrick, "Billy Wilder's Cold War Berlin," 31-47

Eric Bulson, "A Supernatural History of Destruction; or, Thomas Pynchon's Berlin," 49-72

David L. Pike, "Wall and Tunnel: The Spatial Metaphorics of Cold War Berlin," 73-94

Klaus R. Scherpe, "Literary Détente: Wolfgang Koeppen's Cold War Travels," 95-106

Ulrich Schönherr, "Out of Tune: Music, Postwar Politics, and Edgar Reitz's Die zweite Heimat," 107-124

Devin Fore, "Between Athlos and Arbeit: Myth, Labor, and Cement," 125-152

Esra Akcan, "Apology and Triumph: Memory Transference, Erasure, and a Rereading of the Berlin Jewish Museum," 153-179

Sjoukje van der Meulen, "Between Benjamin and McLuhan: Vilém Flusser's Media Theory," 180-207

Andreas Huyssen, "German Painting in the Cold War," 209-227

 
New German Critique, Vol. 37, No. 3 (Fall 2010)

Lina Barouch, "Lamenting Language Itself: Gershom Scholem on the Silent Language of Lamentation," 1-26

Louis P. Blond, "Franz Rosenzweig: Homelessness in Time," 27-58

Benjamin Pollock, "Franz Rosenzweig's 'Oldest System-Program'," 59-95

Richard Westerman, "The Reification of Consciousness: Husserl's Phenomenology in Lukács's Identical Subject-Object," 97-130

Daniel Weidner, "Thinking beyond Secularization: Walter Benjamin, the 'Religious Turn,' and the Poetics of Theory," 131-148

Pini Ifergan, "Cutting to the Chase: Carl Schmitt and Hans Blumenberg on Political Theology and Secularization," 149-171

Adi Armon, "Just before the 'Straussians': The Development of Leo Strauss's Political Thought from the Weimar Republic to America," 173-198

 
New German Critique, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Winter 2011)

Eric Kligerman, "The Antigone Effect: Reinterring the Dead of Night and Fog in the German Autumn," 9-38

Anna M. Parkinson, "Aptitudes of Feeling: Ekphrasis as Prosthetic Witnessing in Anne Duden's Judas Sheep," 39-63

Elke Heckner, "Televising Tainted History: Recent TV Docudrama (Dresden, March of Millions, Die Gustloff) and the Charge of Revisionism," 65-84

Susanne Vees-Gulani, "The Ruined Picture Postcard: Dresden's Visually Encoded History and the Television Drama Dresden," 85-113

Susanne Luhmann, "Filming Familial Secrets: Approaching and Avoiding Legacies of Nazi Perpetration," 115-134

Brian M. Puaca, "Teaching Trauma and Responsibility: World War II in West German History Textbooks," 135-153

Yuliya Komska, "Ruins of the Cold War," 155-180

Sven-Erik Rose, "The Oyneg Shabes Archive and the Cold War: The Case of Yehoshue Perle's Khurbn Varshe," 181-215

 
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

 
Past and Present, Vol. 209 , No. 1 (November 2010)

S. A. Smith, "R. E. F. Smith," 3-6

Judith M. Bennett, "Compulsory Service in Late Medieval England," 7-51

Steven Gunn, "Archery Practice in Early Tudor England," 53-81

Rafe Blaufarb, "The Survival of the Pays d’États: The Example of Provence," 83-116

Linda Colley, "Gendering the Globe: The Political and Imperial Thought of Philip Francis," 117-148

Carl J. Griffin, "The Violent Captain Swing?," 149-180

Joseph Fracchia, "Hora: Social Conflicts and Collective Memories in Piana Degli Albanesi," 181-222

Alan Knight, "The Myth of the Mexican Revolution," 223-273

 
Past and Present, Vol. 210 , No. 1 (February 2011)

Richard Goddard, "Small Boroughs and the Manorial Economy: Enterprise Zones or Urban Failures?" 3-31

Kristen Block & Jenny Shaw, "Subjects Without an Empire: The Irish in the Early Modern Caribbean," 33-60

Marc Baer, "Death in the Hippodrome: Sexual Politics and Legal Culture in the Reign of Mehmet IV," 61-91

Julian Hoppit, "Compulsion, Compensation and Property Rights in Britain, 1688–1833," 93-128

Evdoxios Doxiadis, "Legal Trickery: Men, Women, and Justice in Late Ottoman Greece," 129-153

David Todd, "A French Imperial Meridian, 1814–1870," 155-186

Sean Hanretta, "'Kaffir' Renner’s Conversion: Being Muslim in Public in Colonial Ghana," 187-220

 
Revue d'Allemagne, Vol. 42, No. 3 ( 2010) Die Kulturpolitik in Deutschland


Armin Klein, "Kulturpolitik und die Rolle des Kulturmanagements in Deutschland"

Wolfgang Bergem, " Deutschlands langsamer Abschied von der Kulturnation"

Winfried Gebhardt, " Die Eventisierung der Kultur. Strategien der kulturellen Verdummung"

Severine Malenfant, " La fête, 'machine à fabriquer du passé': La 'théâtralisation' des représentations collectives dans les fêtes historiques du Sud de l’Allemagne"

Alexandre Kostka, " Les mutations du marché de l’art en Allemagne"

Caroline Moine, " La douce euphorie du cinéma allemand: Mécanismes et enjeux institutionnels d'une industrie culturelle en mutation"

Pierre Koenig "Chronique constitutionnelle: Vers un droit européen de la liberté"

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 41, No. 3 (Fall 2010)

Jeffrey R. Watt, "Love Magic and the Inquisition: A Case from Seventeenth-Century Italy," 675-689

Erin A. Sadlack, "Epistolary Negotiations: Mary the French Queen and the Politics of Letter-Writing," 691-711

Katherine Aron-Beller, "Disciplining Jews: The Papal Inquisition of Modena, 1598-1630," 713-729

Jonathann Michael Gray, "Vows, Oaths, and the Propagation of a Subversive Discourse," 731-756

Nicole Hochner, "Imagining Esther in Early Modern France," 757-787

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 41, No. 4 (Winter 2010)

Gary K. Waite, "Menno and Muhammad: Anabaptists and Mennonites Reconsider Islam, 1525-1657," 995-1016

Mathew Woodcock, "Shooting for England: Configuring the Book and the Bow in Roger Ascham's Toxophilus," 1017-1038

John S. Moore, "Demographic Dimensions of the Mid-Tudor Crisis," 1039-1063

Stanley E. Weed, "Venerating the Virgin Martyrs: The Cult of the Virgines Capitales in Art, Literature, and Popular Piety," 1065-1091

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

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

 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 97, No. 4 (2010)

Aufsätze

Detlev Humann, "Verwahranstalten mit Fantasiegehältern? Die Hilfswerklager der SA für arbeitslose 'alte Kämpfer'"

Michael Kitzing, "Wilhelm Engler (1873–1938): Porträt eines Freiburger Sozialpolitikers im Zeitalter des Wilhelminismus und der Weimarer Republik"

Miszelle

Heinz Ziegler, "Kölner Ame und Ohme – Saum und Fuder im Reich. Untersuchung zum Volumen und Füllgewicht der Flüssigkeitsmaße und Gefäße bis in das 19. Jahrhundert"

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 59, No. 1 (January 2011)

Aufsätze

Ian Kershaw, "'Volksgemeinschaft': Potenzial und Grenzen eines neuen Forschungskonzepts 'Volksgemeinschaft'," 1-

Martin Schumacher, "Namensähnlichkeit als Ausschließungsgrund? Der Fall der Frankfurter Anwältin Elfriede Cohnen und die Säuberung der Anwaltschaft in Preußen 1933," 19-

Tim Szatkowski, " Die CDU/CSU und die deutsch-polnischen Vereinbarungen vom Oktober 1975. Humanität oder Konfrontation?" 53-

Diskussion

Holger Nehring & Benjamin Ziemann, "Führen alle Wege nach Moskau? Der NATO-Doppelbeschluss und die Friedensbewegung – eine Kritik," 81-

Christoph Boyer, "'1989' und die Wege dorthin," 101-

 
Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire, Vol. 108, (2010)

Joshua Cole, "Antisémitisme et situation coloniale pendant l'entre-deux-guerres en Algérie: Les émeutes antijuives de Constantine (août 1934)," 3-23

Matthieu Rey, "La Wathba Manifester en Irak en 1948," 25-38

Nadia Vargaftig, "Les expositions coloniales sous Salazar et Mussolini (1930-1940)," 39-52

Roger Griffin, "' Consensus ? Quel consensus ?': Perspectives pour une meilleure Entente entre spécialistes francophones et anglophones du fascisme, 53-69

Didier Musiedlak, "Fascisme, religion politique et religion de la politique Généalogie d'un concept et de ses limites," 71-84

Víctor Fernández Soriano, La CEE face à l'Espagne franquiste: De la mémoire de la guerre civile à la construction politique de l'Europe," 85-98

Emmanuel Droit, "Jeunesse allemande et sortie de guerre dans la zone d'occupation soviétique (1945-1949)," 99-111

Jerzy W. Borejsza, "Staline et le cosmopolitisme (1945-1953)," 113-126

Patrice Baubeau, "Parole d'argent et emprunt or Antoine Pinay face au 'mythe' Poincaré," 127-140

Julie Verlaine, "Une histoire de la société ArtCo: Le commerce des reproductions d'art après la Seconde Guerre mondiale," 141-151

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 55 (2010) Feindschaft als soziale Beziehung

Thema

Martin Leutzsch, "Feindschaft als soziale Nahbeziehung im antiken Israel"

Sebastian Kühn, "Feindschaft in der Gelehrtenkultur der frühen Neuzeit"

Martin Lücke, "'das ist eine Weibliche Hyene' – Feindschaft, Familie und Fürsorge in der Weimarer Republik"

Debatte

Geoff Eley, "Germany and its Colonies: Margins and Metropole"

Filmkritik

Monika Bernold, "Tonfilm in Weiß – Modernisierung, Krise und Geschlechterpolitik in dem Film Eva (Österreich, 1935)"

Expokritik

Jürgen G. Nagel, "James Cook und die Entdeckung der Südsee"

Claudia Ried, "Ein Museum ohne Sammlung: Neue Wege im Jüdischen Museum München"

 
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit, Vol. 9, No. 2 (2009)

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Zeitgeschichte, No. 4 (2009)

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

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, No. 2 (2010) Sicherheit

Aufsätze

Achim Saupe, "Von 'Ruhe und Ordnung' zur 'inneren Sicherheit': Eine Historisierung gesellschaftlicher Dispositive"

Peter Borscheid, "Mit Sicherheit leben: Zur Geschichte und Gegenwart des Versicherungswesens"

Elena Dragomir, "Perceptions of Social Security in Communist Romania"

Eckart Conze, "Modernitätsskepsis und die Utopie der Sicherheit: NATO-Nachrüstung und Friedensbewegung in der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik"

Melanie Arndt, "Verunsicherung vor und nach der Katastrophe: Von der Anti-AKW-Bewegung zum Engagement für die 'Tschernobyl-Kinder'"

Debatte - Die große Unsicherheit. Überlegungen zur Historisierung der jüngsten Weltwirtschaftskrise

Ralf Ahrens, "Einleitung"

Harald Wixforth, "Managerversagen, Marktversagen, Politikversagen? Die deutschen Finanzkrisen 1931 und 2007/08 im Vergleich"

Jan-Otmar Hesse, "Keynes' zweiter Frühling: Leiden und Leidenschaft der Wirtschaftswissenschaften in der Wirtschaftskrise"

Tim Schanetzky, "Ereignis, Skandal und Legitimation: Zum kommunikativen Umgang mit Unsicherheit in der gegenwärtigen Wirtschaftskrise"

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, No. 3 (2010) Religion in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Aufsätze

Uta Andrea Balbier, "Billy Graham in West Germany: German Protestantism between Americanization and Rechristianization, 1954–70"

Claudia Lepp, " Zwischen Konfrontation und Kooperation: Kirchen und soziale Bewegungen in der Bundesrepublik (1950–1983)"

Tobias Freimüller, "Mehr als eine Religionsgemeinschaft:. Jüdisches Leben in Frankfurt am Main nach 1945"

Bärbel Beinhauer-Köhler, "Von der unsichtbaren zur sichtbaren Religion: Räume muslimischer Glaubenspraxis in der Bundesrepublik"

Debatte - Religion und Zeitgeschichte: Neuere Ansätze der Forschung

Thomas Großbölting & Klaus Große Kracht, "Einleitung"

Detlef Pollack, "Rekonstruktion statt Dekonstruktion: Für eine Historisierung der Säkularisierungsthese"

Benjamin Ziemann, "Kirchen als Organisationsform der Religion:. Zeithistorische Perspektiven"

Frank Bösch, "Die Religion der Öffentlichkeit: Plädoyer für einen Perspektivwechsel der Kirchen- und Religionsgeschichte"

Heike Bungert & Jana Weiß, "Die Debatte um "Zivilreligion" in transnationaler Perspektive"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 11 (November 2010)

Ralf Schäfer, "Sportgeschichte und Erinnerungspolitik: Der Fall Carl Diem"

Sebastian Pella, "Der Kriegsbeitrag des 'Reichsinstituts für Geschichte des neuen Deutschlands' – 'Judenforschung' im Dienste der 'kämpfenden Wissenschaft': Fotoaufnahmen und Dokumente aus dem Nachlass F. W. Euler"

Clemens Escher, "'Deutschland Deutschland Du mein Alles': Hymnenvorschläge aus der bundesdeutschen Bevölkerung 1949–1952"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 58, No. 12 (December 2010)

Artikel

Stephan Ruderer, "'Gerechter Krieg' oder 'Würde des Menschen' Religion und Gewalt in Argentinien und Chile: Eine Frage der Legitimation"

Regina Finsterhölzl, "'The spirit of true socialism': Das Fabian Colonial Bureau und die koloniale Reformpolitik im subsaharischen Afrika"

Debatte

Jonas Kreienbaum, "'Vernichtungslager' in Deutsch-Südwestafrika? Zur Funktion der Konzentrationslager im Herero- und Namakrieg (1904–1908)"

 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung,Vol. 37, No. 3 (2010)

Abhandlungen und Aufsätze

Andreas Litschel, "Ordnung, Kooperation und Konflikt in spätmittelalterlichen Testamenten," 375-

Ernst Laubach, "'. . . kain obrigkait zu erkhennen und sich dem Turkhen anhengig zu machen . . .': Zu einer Stigmatisierung der Täufer im 16. Jahrhundert," 411-

Berichte und Kritik

Martin Wrede, "Adel und Krone, Hof und Staat: Neue französische Forschungen zur französischen Frühneuzeit," 441-

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

Hartmut Berghoff & Bert Kolbow, "Konsumgütermarketing im Rüstungsboom: Wachstumsstrategien der IG-Farben-Sparte Agfa, 1933 bis 1945," 129-160

Francesca Fauri, "From financial aid to nationalization: the history of the Fondo Industria Meccanica (FIM)," 161-179

Ute Engelen, "Betriebliche Wohnungspolitik im 'fordistischen' Zeitalter: Das Volkswagenwerk in Wolfsburg und Automobiles Peugeot in Sochaux von 1944 bis 1979," 180-203

Christina Lubinski, "Zwischen Familienerbe und globalem Markt: Eigentum und Management von großen westdeutschen Familienunternehmen im Wandel (1960 bis 2008)," 204-229

 

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