JournalWatch
3rd quarter 2011

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

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

Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire
Werkstatt Geschichte
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit
Zeitgeschichte
Zeithistorische Forschungen
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft
Zeitschrift für historische Forschung
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte
 

 
 
Allemagne d'aujourd'hui, Vol. 196 (April - June 2011)

Editorial

J. Vaillant, "De l'abstention de l'Allemagne sur la Libye au Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU. Entre recherche de l'autonomie de décision et solidarité internationale"

H. Menudier, "Triomphe des Verts aux premières élections régionales de 2011"

Direction: Sortie

J. J. Alcandre, "Direction : Sortie. Fukushima et ses conséquences en Allemagne"

D. Herbert, "Les voies du communisme sont-elles impénétrables? Le débat sur le communisme en République fédérale (Kommunismus-Debatte)"

J. Klein, " Das Amt"

H. Menudier, "Le triangle de Weimar a 20 ans"

B. Lestrade, "L'actualité sociale"

R. von Thadden, "Trieglaff. Un village en Poméranie de 1807 à 1948"

M. Grunewald, "L'enseignement de la civilisation française en Allemagne (1919-1939) : de l'instrumentalisation d'une discipline à des fins politiques

Dossier

Les arts plastiques en RDA Un dossier dirigé par Jean Mortier pour Jacques Poumet

J. Mortier, "L'art en RDA entre contrôle et recherche de l’autonomie"

E. Beaucamp, "La querelle des images 20 ans après l’unification"

E. Gillen, "Féodalisme à la mode RDA Gerhard Richter et Werner Tübke, peintres de cour du Politburo"

K. Krenzlin, "Une forme secrète de résistance passée inaperçue"

C. Klein, "Le thème d’Icare dans la peinture de RDA,"

J. Bazin, "Les politiques de l’égalité en RDA"

G. Schulze-Eldowy, "Être photographe du temps de la RDA Entretien avec Guillaume Robin et Céline Heydel"

C. Germain, "La sculpture allemande porte le deuil de Joachim Jastram"

 
American Historical Review, Vol. 116, No. 3 (June 2011)

See JournalWatch from the second quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

 
Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 93, No. 1 (2011)

Johannes Thonhauser, " Soziologie als Heilsversprechen: Religionssoziologische Bemerkungen zur Ideen- und Theoriegeschichte der frühen Soziologie," 1-

Dirk Rose, "'La Civilité Moderne' oder: Wie kam die 'Krise' in die 'Zivilisation'?" 37-

Harriet Rudolph, "Hercules saxonicus: Über die Attraktivität eines antiken Heros für die symbolische Absicherung einer fragilen Rangerhebung," 57-

Andrea Schindler, "'... eine der vorzüglichsten Disziplinen der Literatur': Der Literat Herbert Rosendorfer als Historiograph des Mittelalters," 95-

Nadir Weber, " Die Ordnung der Titel: Anredeformen und politische Kultur in der frühneuzeitlichen Republik Bern," 113-

Manfred Lossau, "Zeus oder Wotan, Achill oder Siegfried. Richard Wagners romantische Entscheidung," 145-

Eberhard Demm, "'Sic volo sic jubilo': Das 25. Regierungsjubiläum Wilhelms II. im Juni 1913," 165-

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 41 (2010)


Twenty-Fifth Annual Robert A. Kann Memorial Lecture

David S. Luft, "Austrian Intellectual History before the Liberal Era: Grillparzer, Stifter, and Bolzano," 1 - 10

Forum: Religion and Reform in “Late Medieval” Central Europe

Howard Louthan, "Introduction," 13 - 14

David C. Mengel. "Emperor Charles IV (1346–1378) as the Architect of Local Religion in Prague," 15 - 29

James D. Mixson, "Contesting Authority and Community: Models and Practices of Monastic Reform in Late Medieval Central Europe," 30 - 47

Christopher Ocker, "The Birth of an Empire of Two Churches: Church Property, Theologians, and the League of Schmalkalden," 48 - 67

Articles

Maria Golubeva, "Competent to Rule?: Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato and a Secular View of Politics in Habsburg Dynastic History," 71 - 87

Miroslav Sedivy, "Metternich and the Syrian Question: 1840–1841," 88 - 116

Andriy Zayarnyuk, "Mapping Identities: The Popular Base of Galician Russophilism in the 1890s," 117 - 142

Alexcander Vari, "Bullfights in Budapest: City Marketing, Moral Panics, and Nationalism in Turn-of-the-Century Hungary," 143 - 169

Britta I. McEwen, "Welfare and Eugenics: Julius Tandler's Rassenhygienische Vision for Interwar Vienna," 170 - 190

Tara Zahra, "'Prisoners of the Postwar': Expellees, Displaced Persons, and Jews in Austria after World War II," 191 - 215

Andrew E. Harrod, "Austrian Neutrality: The Early Years, 1955–1958," 216 - 246

Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 42 (2011)

Forum: A Contested Adriatic

Dominique Kirchner Reill, "A Poet's Struggle for a New Adriaticism in the Nineteenth Century," 3 - 15

Borut Klabjan, "'Scramble for Adria': Discourses of Appropriation of the Adriatic Space Before and After World War I," 16 - 32

Igor Tchoukarine, "The Contested Adriatic Sea: The Adriatic Guard and Identity Politics in Interwar Yugoslavia," 33 - 51

Larry Wolff, "The Modern Reconception of the Early Modern Venetian Adriatic," 52 - 55

Pamela Ballinger, "Adriatic Forum: A Comment," 56 - 63

Articles

Boerries Kuzmany, "Center and Periphery at the Austrian-Russian Border: The Galician Border Town of Brody in the Long Nineteenth Century," 67 - 88

Jeremy King, "The Municipal and the National in the Bohemian Lands, 1848–1914," 89 - 109

Mathew Rampley, "Peasants in Vienna: Ethnographic Display and the 1873 World's Fair," 110 - 132

Bela Bodo, "The White Terror in Hungary, 1919–1921: The Social Worlds of Paramilitary Groups," 133 - 163

Jacqueline Vansant, "Political and Humanitarian Messages in a Horse's Tale: MGM's Florian," 164 - 184

Heidemarie Uhl, " Of Heroes and Victims: World War II in Austrian Memory," 185 - 200

Stanley B. Winters, "Introduction: Robert A. Kann on 'Speculative History'," 201 - 202

Robert A. Kann, "Should the Habsburg Empire Have Been Saved? An Exercise in Speculative History," 203 - 210

Doris L. Beren, "James Robert Wegs In Memoriam," 211 - 216

  
Central European History, Vol. 44, No. 3 (September 2011)

Articles

Miroslav Sedivy, "Metternich's Plan for a Viennese Conference in 1839," 397 - 419

Andrew Donson, "The Teenagers' Revolution: Schülerräte in the Democratization and Right-Wing Radicalization of Germany, 1918–1923," 420 - 446

John C. Guse, "Volksgemeinschaft Engineers: The Nazi 'Voyages of Technology'," 447 - 477

Andrew I. Port, "Love, Lust, and Lies under Communism: Family Values and Adulterous Liaisons in Early East Germany," 478 - 505

Sagi Schaefer, "Hidden Behind the Wall: West German State Building and the Emergence of the Iron Curtain," 506 - 535

Featured Book Review

Marjorie Lamberti, "German Refugee Historians and Friedrich Meinecke: Letters and Documents, 1910–1977. Edited by Gerhard A. Ritter. Trans. Alex Skinner. Leiden and Boston: Brill. 2010. Pp. xii+ 554. Cloth $183.00. ISBN 978-90-04-18404-6," 536 - 542

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 20, No. 4 (September 2011)

Kiran Klaus Patel & Johan Schot, "Twisted Paths to European Integration: Comparing Agriculture and Transport Policies in a Transnational Perspective," 383 - 403

Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses, "Salazar, the Portuguese Army and Great War Commemoration, 1936–45," 405 - 418

Laurent Warlouzet, "De Gaulle as a Father of Europe: The Unpredictability of the FTA's Failure and the EEC's Success (1956–58)," 419 - 434

Zsolt Nagy, "National Identities for Export: East European Cultural Diplomacy in Inter-War Pittsburgh," 435 - 453

David A. Messenger, "Beyond War Crimes: Denazification, ‘Obnoxious’ Germans and US Policy in Franco's Spain after the Second World War," 455 - 478

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 44, No. 2 (2011)

ZEITGESCHICHTE/ZEITGESCHEHEN

Werner Liersch, "Die Inseln des Verschweigens. Strittmatters Erinnerungsbuch 'Grüner Juni' und der Krieg auf den Zykladen," 165-171

Reiner Merker, "'... und stets Künder seiner Zeit zu sein'? Neuausrichtung und Behauptung des Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlags zu Beginn der 50er-Jahre in der DDR," 172-178

Christian Könne, "'Die Gestaltung massenwirksamer Unterhaltungssendungen – ein unerläßlicher Bestandteil des politischen Auftrages des Massenmediums Rundfunk'. Die Unterhaltungssendungen im Hörfunk der DDR," 179-185

Sebastian Lindner, "Mauerblümchen Kulturabkommen," 186-192

Ingrid Sonntag, "Die Freie Akademie der Künste in Leipzig 1992 – 2003. Nur aus einer Prägung des sächsischen Kulturraumes hervorgegangen?," 193-199

Tobias Wunschik, "Risse in der Sicherheitsarchitektur des SED-Regimes. Staatssicherheit und Ministerium des Innern in der Ära Honecker," 200-207

Marcus Sonntag, "DDR-Arbeitslager – Orte der Schaffung eines 'neuen Menschen'?" 208-215

Ralph Kaschka, "Die 'Neumann-Mittag-Kontroverse'. Eine Auseinandersetzung über die DDR-Eisenbahn und deren Infrastruktur in der zweiten Hälfte der 1980er-Jahre," 216-221

Christian Könne, "Wirtschaftssendungen für die DDR. Hörfunk zur Finanzierung des Sozialismus," 222-229

Jörg Roesler, "Nur den Anforderungen des Marktes verpflichtet? Autokratische Züge und demokratische Ansätze der Treuhandprivatisierung," 230-237

DOKUMENTATION

Hans Mayer, "Wir sollten anfangen, aus der Geschichte zu lernen oder: Der Faschismus wird bei uns nicht wiederkehren," 238-240

Jörg Bernhard Bilke, "Hans Mayer und der 17. Juni 1953. Ein unbekannter Text," 240-245

FORUM

Hermann Weber, "Die SED und der Titoismus. Wolfgang Leonhard zum 90. Geburtstag," 246-254

Markus Porsche-Ludwig, "Der Staat im Osten. Zu Martin Draths Charakteristik eines totalitären Regimes," 255-260

Francesca Weil, "Räte im Deutschen Reich 1918/19 – Runde Tische in der DDR 1989/90. Ein Vergleich," 261-268

Frank Hoffmann, "Erinnerung als Integration. Zum ostdeutschen Autobiographie-Boom seit 1990," 269-277

Sabine Moller, "Diktatur und Familiengedächtnis. Anmerkungen zu Widersprüchen im Geschichtsbewusstsein von Schülern," 278-285

Sebastian Prinz, "Das Verhältnis der Linkspartei zu den Kirchen und die kirchenpolitischen Positionen der Partei," 286-294

 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 35, No. 4 (September 2011)

BERNATH LECTURE

Barbara Keys, "Henry Kissinger: The Emotional Statesman," 587–609)

SPECIAL FORUM: CULTURES OF SECRECY IN POSTWAR AMERICA

Robert Dean, "Introduction: Cultures of Secrecy in Postwar America," 611–613

K. A. Cuordileone, "The Torment of Secrecy: Reckoning with American Communism and Anticommunism after Venona," 615–642

Janet Farrell Brodie, "Learning Secrecy in the Early Cold War: The RAND Corporation," 643–670

Kathryn S. Olmsted, "The Truth Is Out There: Citizen Sleuths from the Kennedy Assassination to the 9/11 Truth Movement," 671–693

Diplomatic History, Vol. 35, No. 5 (November 2011)

SPECIAL FORUM: GENOCIDE, WAR CRIMES, AND INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE

Margaret E. McGuinness, "Peace v. Justice: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Modern Origins of the Debate," 749–768

William A Schabas, "International War Crimes Tribunals and the United States," 769–786

ARTICLES

Stephen Wertheim, "The League That Wasn't: American Designs for a Legalist-Sanctionist League of Nations and the Intellectual Origins of International Organization, 1914–1920," 797–836

Milan Babik, "George D. Herron and the Eschatological Foundations of Woodrow Wilson's Foreign Policy, 1917–1919," 837–857

Philip E. Dow, "Romance in a Marriage of Convenience: The Missionary Factor in Early Cold War U.S.-Ethiopian Relations, 1941–1960," 859–895

European History Quarterly, Vol. 41, No. 3 (July 2011) - Europe and Latin American in the 1820s

Matthew Brown & Gabriel Paquette, "The Persistence of Mutual Influence: Europe and Latin America in the 1820s," 387-396,

Brian Hamnett, "Spain and Portugal and the Loss of their Continental American Territories in the 1820s: An Examination of the Issues," 397-412

Mónica Ricketts, "Together or separate in the fight against oppression? Liberals in Peru and Spain in the 1820s," 413-427

Scott Eastman, "'America Has Escaped from our Hands': Rethinking Empire, Identity and Independence during the Trienio Liberal in Spain, 1820-1823," 428-443

Gabriel Paquette, "The Brazilian origins of the 1826 Portuguese Constitution," 444-471

Natalia Sobrevilla Perea, "From Europe to the Andes and back: Becoming 'Los Ayacuchos'," 472-488

Margaret Small, "Review Article: Exchange of Knowledge and Culture in Early Modern Europe," 489-500

 
European Review of Economic History, Vol. 15, No. 3 (September 2011)

Research Articles

Nina Boberg-Fazlic, Paul Sharp & Jacob Weisdorf, "Survival of the richest? Social status, fertility and social mobility in England 1541-1824," 365 - 392

Steven Nafziger, "Did Ivan's vote matter? The political economy of local democracy in Tsarist Russia," 393 - 441

Rui Esteves & David Khoudour-Casteras, "Remittances, capital flows and financial development during the mass migration period, 1870–1913," 443 - 474

Ingrid Henriksen, Markus Lampe & Paul Sharp, "The role of technology and institutions for growth: Danish creameries in the late nineteenth century," 475 - 493

Marc Flandreau, Norbert Gaillard & Frank Packer, "To err is human: US rating agencies and the interwar foreign government debt crisis," 495 - 538

Henry Ohlsson, "The legacy of the Swedish gift and inheritance tax, 1884–2004," 539 - 569

 
European Review of History, Vol. 18, No. 4 (2011)

Miroslav Sedivy, "Metternich and the Ottoman reform movement," 427-441

Klaas van Gelder, "The investiture of Emperor Charles VI in Brabant and Flanders: a test case for the authority of the new Austrian government," 443-463

Alison Carrol & Louisa Zanoun, "The view from the border: a comparative study of autonomism in Alsace and the Moselle, 1918–29," 465-486

Carole Edwards, "..Réalité ou fiction? L'histoire à l'epreuve du postmodernisme," 487-498

Emily A. Bannister, "'From Nitria to Sitria': the construction of Peter Damian's Vita Beati Romualdi," 499-522

John Knight, "Securing Zion? Policing in British Palestine, 1917–39," 523-543

Trevor Dean, "Natural encounters: climate, weather and the Italian Renaissance," 545-561

 
German History, Vol. 29, No. 3 (September 2011)

Randall Hansen, "War, Suffering and Modern German History," 365-379

David Lederer, "The Myth of the All-Destructive War: Afterthoughts on German Suffering, 1618–1648," 380-403

Christine G. Krüger, "German Suffering in the Franco–German War, 1870/71," 404-422

Derek Penslar, "The German-Jewish Soldier: From Participant to Victim," 423-444

Jörg Arnold, "'Once upon a time there was a lovely town … ': The Allied Air War, Urban Reconstruction and Nostalgia in Kassel (1943–2000)," 445-469

"Forum: German History beyond National Socialism," 470-484

 
German Life and Letters, Vol. 64, No. 4 (October 2011)

Charlotte Lee, "'Wenn ich leben soll, so sei es mit dir!' The Relationship of Father and Son in Goethe'S Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre," 489–500

Birgit Roeder, "'Fort in die Welt!– Nach Konstantinopel!': Das Orientbild im literarischen Werk E.T.A. Hoffmanns," 501–520

Richard Millington, "From the Evening-Land to the Wild East: Symbolic Geography in Three Poems by Georg Trakl," 521–535

Jurgen Hillesheim, "'Ebenso hiess das Mädchen nicht andauernd Marie': Vier (fast) unbekannte Frauenbriefe an Bertolt Brecht aus den Jahren 1916 bis 1918," 536–551

Peter Davies, "Translation and the Uses of a Holocaust Testimony: Elie Wiesel's La Nuit in German Translation," 552–569

Catriona Firth, "Silencing the Provincial other: Focalisation, Identification and Power in Franz Innerhofer's Schöne Tage," 570–587

Emily Jeremiah, "Touching Distance: Gender, Germanness, and the Gaze in Angelina Maccarone'sFremde Haut(2005)," 588–600

Ute Woelfel, "Inverting the Lives of ‘Others’: Retelling the Nazi Past inEhe im SchattenandDas Leben der Anderen," 601–618

   
German Politics & Society, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Summer 2011) - The Berlin Wall after 50 Years

Introduction

Hope M. Harrison, "The Berlin Wall after Fifty Years: Introduction," 1-7

Articles

Patrick Major, "Walled In: Ordinary East Germans' Responses to 13 August 196," 8-22

Jochen Maurer & Gerhard Saelter, "The Double Task of the East German Border Guards: Policing the Border and Military Functions," 23-39

Pertti Ahonen, "The Berlin Wall and the Battle for Legitimacy in Divided Germany," 40-56

Leo Schmidt, "The Architecture and Message of the 'Wall,' 1961-1989," 57-77

Hope M Harrison, "The Berlin Wall and its Resurrection as a Site of Memory," 78-106

 
German Politics & Society, Vol. 29, No. 3 (Autumn 2011) - Cosmopolitanism and the Study of German Politics

Claire Sutherland, "Introduction," 1-19

Roaldn Axtmann, "Cosmopolitanism and Globality; Kant, Arendt, and Beck on the Global Condition," 20-37

Stephen Welch & Ruth Wittlinger, "The Resilience of the Nation State: Cosmopolitanism, Holocaust Memory and German Identity," 38-54

Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, "Germans' Transnational Contact and Trust in Other Nations; A Methodologically Cosmopolitan Approach," 55-72

Mary N. Hampton, "Living in a World of Dangers and Strangers; Changing EU and German Perceptions of Threat," 73-96

James Koranyi, "Reinventing the Banat; Cosmopolitanism as a German Cultural Export," 97-114

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 84, No. 3 (2011)

Kari Driscoll, "Copia Nostri: Echoes of a Poetic Self in Kafka's 'Der Ausflug ins Gebirge'

Elaine Martin, "'Es kehrt niemand heil zu seinem Gott zurück —': Biblical Archetypes As Representational Devices In The Poetry of Nelly Sachs

Jamie H. Trnka, "Choreographing Exile: Lothar Warneke and Omar Saavedra Santis’s Blonder Tango"

Thyra Knapp, "'Beim Straucheln und beim Stürzen und beim Schreien': Ekphrastic Representation and Identification in Gert Hofmann’s Der Blindensturz

Hannalore Mundt, "Excursions into German History and Poetic Voices: Marcel Beyer’s Falsches Futter"

  
German Studies Review, Vol. 34, No. 3 (October 2011)

Andrew Lees, "British Social Reform in Wilhelmine Germany"

Brent O. Peterson, "Why Fictional, Inter-Ethnic Marriages Matter"

Laurie Marhoefer, "Degeneration, Sexual Freedom and Weimar Politics"

Jamie H. Trnka, "Volker Braun's Critical Solidarity with Latin America"

Ellis Shookman, "German Thought and Literature in the Harbinger, 1845-49"

Natalia Skradol, "The Nazi Campaign against Kitsch"

Qinne Shen, "Pathology and Criminality in Doeblin's Chinesischer Roman"

Dolores L. Augustine, "The Power Question in GDR History"

 
The Germanic Review, Vol. 86, No. 3 (2011)

Leslie A. Adelson, "The Future of Futurity: Alexander Kluge and Yoko Tawada Leslie," 153-184

Claudie Breger, "On a Twenty-First-Century Quest for Authoritative Narration: The Drama of Voice in Uwe Tellkamp's Der Turm," 185-200

Hermann Kappelhoff, "The Distribution of Emotions: Fassbinder and the Politics of Aesthetics Hermann Kappelhoff," 201-220

   
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 7-8/11: Unterrichtsfächer und ihre historische Dimension

BEiTRÄGE

Ina Karg, "Geschichte und Geschichtlichkeit von Sprache und Literatur: Ein Blick auf den Vermittlungsauftrag des deutschunterrichts," 389-

Dietrich Grünewald, "Schnittstelle Bild Kunstunterricht und Geschichte," 402-

Andreas Lehmann-Wermser, "die Musikdidaktik und ihr schwieriges Verhältnis zum geschichtlichen Lernen," 413-

Bernd Schröder, "Geschichtliches im Religionsunterricht," 422-

Christian Kuchler, "die Edition 'Zeitungszeugen' und die Rezeption nationalsozialistischer Tagespresse im Geschichtsunterricht," 433-

Christian Heuer, "Gütekriterien für kompetenzorientierte Lernaufgaben im Fach Geschichte," 443-

Rainer Pöppinghege, "Pedanterie im Cyberspace: Zum Geschichtsbewusstsein von Computerspielern," 459-

Marco Wottge, "der Einsatz von Computerspielen im Geschichtsunterricht am Beispiel von 'Caesar iii'," 469-

DISKUSSION

Thomas Martin Buck, "Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit: Plädoyer für eine epochenspezifische differenzierung historischen Lernens," 478-

 
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 9-10/11: Mediengeschichte

BEITRAEGE

Frank Bösch, "Medien im Nationalsozialismus: transnationale Perspektiven," 517-

Corey Ross, "Zwischen geteilter Kultur und zerteilter Gesellschaft: Zur Sozialgeschichte der 'neuen Medien' in der Weimarer Republik," 530-

Nora Helmli, "die Bedrohung der Kernfamilie in der ddR-Fernsehkriminalreihe Blaulicht: Eine Historische Filmanalyse," 546-

Christina von Hodenberg, "Ekel Alfred und die Kulturrevolution: Unterhaltungsfernsehen als Sprachrohr der '68er'-Bewegung?" 557-

Benjamin Städter, "die Geschichte des Nationalsozialismus als Geschichte ihrer Medien," 573-

DISKUSSION

Eugen Kotte, "Geschichtsdidaktik als historische Kulturwissenschaft," 584-

 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 37, No. 3 (2011)

Ulrike Freitag & Israel Gershoni, "The Politics of Memory," 311–331

Peter Wien, " The Culpability of Exile," 332–358

Jeffrey Herf, "Arabischsprachige nationalsozialistische Propaganda während des Zweiten Weltkriegs und des Holocaust," 359–384

Nir Arielli, "Beyond Mare Nostrum," 385–407

Mustafa Kabha, "The Palestinian National Movement and its Attitude toward the Fascist and Nazi Movements 1925–1945," 437–450

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 54, No. 3 (July 2011)

See JournalWatch from the second quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

 
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 36, No. 3 (2011) - Change of Markets and Market Societies

EDITORIAL

Klaus Nathaus & David Gilgen, "Analysing the Change of Markets, Fields and Market Societies: An Introduction," 7-

CONCEPTS

Patrik Aspers, "Markets, Evaluations and Rankings," 19-

Rudolf Richter, "Institutional Economics of the 'Market Itself': An Attempted Answer to a Complaint by Ronald Coase," 34-

Christiane Eisenberg, "Embedding Markets in Temporal Structures: A Challenge to Economic Sociology and History," 55-

Brian Moeran, "Trade Fairs, Markets and Fields: Framing Imagined as Real Communities," 79-

David Gilgen, "Creating the Invisible Hand: The Construction of Property Rights and the Promotion of Economic Growth between State and Interest Groups in the first German Patent Law of 1877," 99-

CASE STUDIES

C. Clayton Childress, "Evolutions in the Literary Field: The Co-Constitutive Forces of Institutions, Cognitions, and Networks," 115-

Klaus Nathaus, "Turning Values into Revenue: The Markets and the Field of Popular Music in the US, the UK and West Germany (1940s to 1980s)," 136-

Ruben Quaas, "Selling Coffee to Raise Awareness for Development Policy. The Emerging Fair Trade Market in Western Germany in the 1970s," 164-

Axel C. Hüntelmann, "Pharmaceutical Markets in the German Empire: Profits Between Risk, Altruism and Regulation," 182-

Sebastian Giacovelli, "Legitimacy Building for the European Energy Exchange," 202-

POSTSCRIPT

Jens Beckert, "Postscript: Fields and Markets: Sociological and Historical Perspectives," 223-

  
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 36, No. 4 (2011) - Conventions and Institutions from an Historical Perspec.

EDITORIAL

Rainer Diaz-Bone & Robert Salais, "Economics of Convention and the History of Economies: Towards a Transdisciplinary Approach in Economic History," 7-

CONTRIBUTIONS

Rainer Diaz-Bone, "The Methodological Standpoint of the 'économie des conventions'," 43-

Alain Desrosières, "The Economics of Convention and Statistics: The Paradox of Origins," 64-

Claire Judde de Larivière & Georges Hanne, "Occupational Naming Conventions: Historicity, Actors, Interactions," 82-

Bert De Munck Guilds, "Product Quality and Intrinsic Value: Towards a History of Conventions?" 103-

Christof Jeggle, "Pre-industrial Worlds of Production: Conventions, Institutions and Organizations," 125-

Philippe Minard, "Micro-Economics of Quality and Social Construction of the Market: Disputes Among the London Leather Trades in the Eighteenth-Century," 150-

Jürgen Kädtler, "Financialisation of Capitalist Economies – Bargaining on Conventional Economic Rationalities," 169-

Laurent Thévenot, "Conventions for Measuring and Questioning Policies. The Case of 50 Years of Policy Evaluations through a Statistical Survey," 192-

Robert Salais, "Labour-Related Conventions and Configurations of Meaning: France, Germany and Great Britain prior to the Second World War," 218-

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 19, No. 2 (2011)

Aufsätze

Gesine Krüger & Aline Steinbrecher, "Editorial," 169-171

Paul Münch, "Affen und Menschen. Geschichten von Differenz, Verwandtschaft und Identität," 172-191

Aline Steinbrecher, "Hunde und Menschen. Ein Grenzen auslotender Blick auf ihr Zusammenleben (1700-1850)," 192-210

Pascal Eitler, "'Weil sie fühlen, was wir fühlen.' Menschen, Tiere und die Genealogie der Emotionen im 19. Jahrhundert," 211-228

Maren Möhring, "'Herrentiere' und 'Untermenschen'. Zu den Transformationen des Mensch-Tier-Verhältnisses im nationalsozialistischen Deutschland," 229-244

Gregor Rohmann, "'In circuitu impii ambulant' - Goscelin von Canterbury, Petrus Damiani und das Tanzmirakel von Kölbigk," 245-272

Debatte

Marion Mangelsdorf," Grenzauslotung einer anthrozoologischen Ethnographie der Mensch-Pferd-Beziehung," 273-291

Forum

Francesca Falk, "Thomas Hobbes' horror vacui und John Lockes leeres Land. Postkoloniale Perspektiven auf die politische Philosophie," 292-310

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 293, No. 1 (August 2011)

Justus Cobet, "Babylon, Jerusalem, Athen, Rom. Vier Metropolen: Skizze eines europäischen Diskurses," 1-

Klaus Oschema, " Falsches Spiel mit wahren Körpern. Freundschaftsgesten und die Politik der Authentizität im franko-burgundischen Spätmittelalter," 40-

Carl-Wilhelm Reibel, "Bündnis und Kompromiß. Parteienkooperation im Deutschen Kaiserreich 1890–1918," 70-

 
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 293, No. 2 (September 2011)

Helmut Neuhahs, "Laudatio auf Christopher M. Clark," 279-

Christopher M. Clark, "Preußenbilder im Wandel," 307-

Stefan Link, " Sparta, von innen gesehen," 323- 373

Christian Henrich-Franke, "Wandlungen föderalen Regierens im Deutschen Kaiserreich. Die Entscheidungsfindung im Fall der Sozialgesetzgebung," 373-

Dominik Geppert & Andreas Rose, "Machtpolitik und Flottenbau vor 1914. Zur Neuinterpretation britischer Außenpolitik im Zeitalter des Hochimperialismus," 401-

 
Historisches Jahrbuch, Vol. 129 (2009)

See JournalWatch from the second quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

 
History & Memory, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Fall/Winter 2011)

Lisa Farley, "Squiggle Evidence: The Child, the Canvas, and the 'Negative Labo'” of History," 5-39

Shameem Black, "Commemoration from a Distance: On Metamemorial Fiction," 40-65

Melody Niwot, "Narrating Genoa: Documentaries of the Italian G8 Protests of 2001 and the Persistence and Politics of Memory," 66-89

Micahel J. Allen, "'Sacrilege of a Strange, Contemporary Kind': The Unknown Soldier and the Imagined Community after the Vietnam War," 90-131

Irina Gigova, "Sofia Was Bombed? Bulgaria's Forgotten War with the Allies," 132-171

  
History and Theory, Vol. 50, No. 3 (October 2011)


Articles

Branki Mitrovic, "Attribution of Concepts and Problems with Anachronism"

Jeffrey Andrew Barash, "Myth in History, Philosophy of History as Myth: On the Ambivalence of Hans Blumenberg’s Interpretation of Ernst Cassirer’s Theory of Myth"

Chuanfei chin, "Margins and Monsters: How Some Micro Cases Lead To Macro Claims"

Adrian Blau, "Uncertainty and the History of Ideas"

Ryan Anthony Vieira, "Connecting the New Political History with Recent Theories of Temporal Acceleration: Speed, Politics, and the Cultural Imagination of fin de siècle Britain"

Review Article

John H. Zammito, "History/Philosophy/Science: Some Lessons for Philosophy of History (on Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, On Historicizing Epistemology: An Essay)"

Review Essays

Constantin Fasolt, " Kathleen Davis, Periodization and Sovereignty: How Ideas of Feudalism and Secularization Govern the Politics of Time"

Martin Jay, "Richard J. Bernstein. The Pragmatic Turn and Colin Koopman, Pragmatism as Transition: Historicity and Hope in James, Dewey, and Rorty"

Carolyn Steedman, "Unsettling History: Archiving and Narrating in Historiography. Edited with Introduction by Sebastian Jobs and Alf Lüdtke"

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 25, No. 2 (Fall 2011)

Articles

Dan J. Puckett, "Reporting on the Holocaust: The View from Jim Crow Alabama," 219-251

C. Paul Vincent, "The Voyage of the St. Louis Revisited," 252-289

Research

Stephen Tyas, "Smoke and Mirrors: The German Foreign Intelligence Service's Release of Names of Former Nazi Employees," 290-299

  
International History Review, Vol. 33, No. 3 (October 2011)

Hal Brands, "Making the Conspiracy Theorist a Prophet: Covert Action and the Contours of United States–Iraq Relations," 381-408

Lucia Coppolaro, "US Policy on European Integration during the GATT Kennedy Round Negotiations (1963–67): the last Hurrah of America's Europeanists," 409-429

Christopher T. Fischer, "'Moral Purpose is the Important Thing': David Lilienthal, Iran, and the Meaning of Development in the US, 1956–63," 431-451

Pierre Fuller, "'Barren Soil, Fertile Minds': North China Famine and Visions of the ‘Callous Chinese’ Circa 1920 Pierre Fuller," 453-472

Giuliano Garavini, "Completing Decolonization: The 1973 ‘Oil Shock’ and the Struggle for Economic Rights Giuliano Garavini," 473-487

Manolis Koumas, "Patterns of the Future? British Mediterranean Strategy and the Choice Between Alexandria and Cyprus 1935–8," 489-500

Stian Johansen Tiller & Hilde Henriksen, "Powerful State, Powerless Mediator: The United States and the Peace Efforts of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, 1949–51," 501-524

Sohail H. Hashmi, "'Zero Plus Zero Plus Zero': Pakistan, the Baghdad Pact, and the Suez Crisis Sohail H. Hashmi," 525-544

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 13, No. 3 (Summer 2011)

Articles

Alexander W. G. Herd , "A 'Common Appreciation': Eisenhower, Canada, and Continental Air Defense, 1953–1954," 4-26

Adam Cathcart & Charles Kraus, "The Bonds of Brotherhood: New Evidence on Sino–North Korean Exchanges, 1950–1954," 27-51

Gregory F. Domber, "Skepticism and Stability: Reevaluating U.S. Policy during Poland’s Democratic Transformation in 1989," 52-82

Idesbald Goddeeris, "Lobbying Allies?: The NSZZ Solidarność Coordinating Office Abroad, 1982–1989," 83-125

Maarten Van Alstein, "From Enigma to Enemy: Paul-Henri Spaak, the Belgian Diplomatic Elite, and the Soviet Union, 1944–1945," 126-148

Review Essay

Austin Long, "The Quiet Americans?: CIA, NSA, and Counterinsurgency," 149-184

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 46, No. 3 (July 2011)

Jan Palmowski & Kristina Spohr Readman, "Speaking Truth to Power: Contemporary History in the Twenty-first Century," 485-505

Kristina Spohr Readman, "Contemporary History in Europe: From Mastering National Pasts to the Future of Writing the World," 506-530

Richard Vinen, "The Poisoned Madeleine: The Autobiographical Turn in Historical Writing," 531-554

Geoff Eley, "The Past Under Erasure? History, Memory, and the Contemporary," 555-573

Jan-Werner Müller, "European Intellectual History as Contemporary History," 574-590

Roderick P. Hart & Elvin T. Lim, "Tracking the Language of Space and Time, 1948-2008," 591-609

Sverker Sörlin, "The Contemporaneity of Environmental History: Negotiating Scholarship, Useful History, and the New Human Condition," 610-630

Jan Palmowski, "The Europeanization of the Nation-State," 631-657

Juan Cole, "Blogging Current Affairs History," 658-670

Richard Drayton, "Where Does the World Historian Write From? Objectivity, Moral Conscience and the Past and Present of Imperialism," 671-685

Ian McBride, "The Shadow of the Gunman: Irish Historians and the IRA," 686-710

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 72, No. 3 (July 2011)

Emily Grosholz, "Reference and Analysis: The Representation of Time in Galileo, Newton, and Leibniz," 333-350

Louise Haugen, "The Birth of Tragedy in the Cinquecento: Humanism and Literary History Kristine Louise Haugen," 351-370

Daniel Lee, "Popular Liberty, Princely Government, and the Roman Law in Hugo Grotius’s De Jure Belli ac Pacis," 371-392

Joseph Wallace, "Legal Theories and Ancient Practices in John Selden’s Marmora Arundelliana," 393-412

Christopher Insole, "Kant’s Transcendental Idealism and Newton’s Divine Sensorium," 413-436

Kit Andrews, "Walter Pater as Oxford Hegelian: Plato and Platonism and T. H. Green’s Prolegomena to Ethics," 437-459

Brian Tierney, "Response to S. Adam Seagrave’s 'How Old Are Modern Rights?: On the Lockean Roots of Contemporary Human Rights Discourse'," 461-468

  

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 72, No. 4 (October 2011)

Lodi Nauta, "Philology as Philosophy: Giovanni Pontano on Language, Meaning, and Grammar," 481-502

Carl Philipp Emanuel Nothaft, "From Sukkot to Saturnalia: The Attack on Christmas in Sixteenth-Century Chronological Scholarship," 503-522

Martine J. van Ittersum, "Knowledge Production in the Dutch Republic: The Household Academy of Hugo Grotius," 523-548

Kevin Killeen, "Hanging up Kings: The Political Bible in Early Modern England," 549-570

David Dwan, Edmund Burke and the Emotions," 571-593

Ben War, "Ethics and the Literary in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus," 595-611

Ben Mercer, "The Paperback Revolution: Mass-circulation Books and the Cultural Origins of 1968 in Western Europe," 613-636

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 9, No. 2 (August 2011)

Joerg Baberrowski, "Criticism as Crisis, or Why the Soviet Union Collapsed," 148-166

Andreas Wirsching, "European Responses to the Crisis of the 1970s and 1980s. Introductory Remarks," 167-169

Dominik Geppert, "Der Thatcher-Konsens. Der Einsturz der britischen Nachkriegsordnung in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren," 170-194

Lars Magnusson, "Do the Nordic Lights Shine Bright Again? – Sweden’s Response to the 1970s and 1980s Crisis," 195-214

Winfried Suess, "Umbau am 'Modell Deutschland'. Sozialer Wandel, ökonomische Krise und wohlfahrtsstaatliche Reformpolitik in der Bundesrepublik 'nach dem Boom'," 215-240

Marc Lazar, "La gauche et le défi des changements dans les années 70–80. Les cas français et italien," 241-262

Attila Melegh, "Living to Ourselves: Localising Global Hierarchies in State-Socialist Hungary in the 1970s and 1980s,"263-283

   
Journal of Modern History, Vol. 83, No. 3 (September 2011)

Articles

Robert Gerwarth & John Horne, "Vectors of Violence: Paramilitarism in Europe after the Great War, 1917–1923," 489-512

Stephen L. Harp, "Demanding Vacation au naturel: European Nudism and Postwar Municipal Development on the French Riviera," 513-543

Richard Bourke, "Contemporary Issues in Historical Perspective Languages of Conflict and the Northern Ireland Troubles," 544-578

Review Article

Jan Rueger, "Revisiting the Anglo-German AntagonismRevisiting the Anglo-German Antagonism," 579-617

 
Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 20, No. 3 (September 2011) - Intersections of Race and Sexuality

Ramon A Gutierrez, "Introduction," 439-444

Thomas A. Foster, "The Sexual Abuse of Black Men under American Slavery," 445-464

Estelle B. Fredman, "'Crimes which startle and horrify': Gender, Age, and the Racialization of Sexual Violence in White American Newspapers, 1870-1900," 465-497

Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt, "Missionary Wives and the Sexual Narratives of German Lutheran Missions among Australian Aborigines," 498-519

Ernesto Chavez, "'Ramon is not one of these': Race and Sexuality in the Construction of Silent Film Actor Ramón Novarro's Star Image," 520-544

Kevin Allen Leonhard, "Containing 'Perversion': African Americans and Same-Sex Desire in Cold War Los Angeles," 545-567

Rachel Jean-Baptiste, "'Miss Eurafrica': Men, Women's Sexuality, and Métis Identity in Late Colonial French Africa, 1945-1960," 568-593

Alison Lefkovitz, "Men in the House: Race, Welfare, and the Regulation of Men's Sexuality in the United States, 1961-1972," 594-614

 
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 24, No. 1 (2011)

Andre Chandler, " Introduction/Einleitung," 3–11

Charlotte Hansen,"Ignaz von Döllinger and the Insistence on Academic Freedom in Theological Enquiry," 27–50

Graham Wilcox, "Freedom and Authority in Church and Society: Maude Dominica Petre (1863–1942)," 51–73

Robert P. Ericksen, "Emanuel Hirsch – Intellectual Freedom and the Turn toward Hitler," 74–91

Wallace L Daniel, "Aleksandr Men, Intellectual Freedom and the Russian Orthodox Church," 92–119

Gerhard Besier, " Intellectual Freedom and the Church: The Theologians Hans Küng and Gerhard Lüdemann as a Reflection of their Circumstances," 120–128

Torliev Austad , " Church Ordination and Intellectual Freedom in Norway since the 1980s: A Case Study," 129–145

Gerhard Ringshausen, " Freedom in Church and Freedom in Society in German Theology," 146–168

Judah B. Schroeder, " The Role of Jehovah´s Witnesses in the emergent Right of Conscientious Objection to Military Service in International Law," 169–206

Maik Schmerbauch, "Die Einstellung der deutschen Gottesdienste in der Diözese Kattowitz im Sommer 1939," 207–224

Paul Silas Peterson, " Fortschritt und Untergang: Die antimoderne Moderne in Hans Urs von Balthasars frühen Schriften," 225–247

 
Militär und Gesellschaft in der frühen Neuzeit, Vol. 14, No. 2 (2010)

See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

  
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift, Vol. 69, No. 2 (December 2010)

Bernd Martin, "Soldatische Radikalisierung und Massaker. Das deutsche Erste und Zweite Seebataillon im Einsatz im “Boxerkrieg” in China 1900," 221-

Felix Roemer, "Die Wehrmacht und der Kommissarbefehl. Neue Forschungsergebnisse," 243-

Daniel Gerster, "'“Das süße Gift des Pazifismus'? Die westdeutschen Katholiken und das Ringen um ein neues Friedensdenken, 1979-1983," 275-

  
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 20, No. 4 (August/September 2011) - Die Welt der Lager

Bernd Greiner, "Lager im 'Anti-Terror-Krieg'"

Andreas Stucki, "Aufbruch ins Zeitalter der Lager?. Zwangsumsiedlung und Deportation in der spanischen Antiguerilla auf Kuba, 1868–98"

Berliner Colloquien zur Zeitgeschichte

Alan Kramer, "Editorial"

Richard Overy, "Das Konzentrationslager. Eine internationale Perspektive"

" Die Welt der Lager: Ausgrenzung, soziale Kontrolle und Gewalt in transnationaler Perspektive . Internationale Tagung vom 14. bis 16. April 2012"

Heather Jones, "Kriegsgefangenenlager. Der moderne Staat und die Radikalisierung der Gefangenschaft im Ersten Weltkrieg"

Michael Wildt, "Funktionswandel der nationalsozialistischen Lager"

 
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 20, No. 5 (October/November 2011) - Taeterpsychologie und Empathie

Anne Kunze, "'Das habt Ihr noch nicht gesehen!'. Gewaltpraxen des Novemberpogroms 1938"

Berliner Colloquien zur Zeitgeschichte

Bettina Greiner, "Einleitung"

Dierk Walter, "Krisen und Spielräume. Eine Skizze zur Einführung"

Claudia Weber, "Krisen und Krisenwahrnehmung"

Klaas Voss, "Protokoll zur Tagung 'Exit Option'. Krisen und Spielräume imperialer Herrschaft"

Dierk Walter, "Imperiale Aushandlungsprozesse"

Claudia Weber, "Transformation politischer Herrschaftspraxis"

Bernd Greiner, "Gewalt als Handlungsoption Literatur"

Steven E. Aschheim, "Über die politische Ökonomie des Mitgefühls"

 
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur, Vol. 103, No. 2 (Summer 2011)

See JournalWatch from the second quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

 
New German Critique, Vol. 38, No. 2 (Summer 2011)

Lydia Moland, "An Unrelieved Heart: Hegel, Tragedy, and Schiller's Wallenstein," 1-23

Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen, "Worldly Possessions: Nietzsche's Texts, American Readers, and the Intimacy and Itinerancy of Ideas," 25-50

Joshua Derman, "Max Weber and Charisma: A Transatlantic Affair," 51-88

Stefanos Geroulanos, "Russian Exiles, New Scientific Movements, and Phenomenology: A History of Philosophical Immigrations in 1930s France," 89-128

Martin Woessner, "What Is Heideggerian Cinema? Film, Philosophy, and Cultural Mobility," 129-157

Peter Uwe Hohendahl, "Humboldt Revisited: Liberal Education, University Reform, and the Opposition to the Neoliberal University," 159-196

 
Past and Present, Vol. 212 , No. 1 (August 2011)

Peter Crooks, "State of the Union: Perspectives on English Imperialism in the Late Middle Ages," 3-42

Ronald Hutton, "Witch-Hunting in Celtic Societies," 43-71

David Cressy, "Saltpetre, State Security and Vexation in Early Modern England," 73-111

Gagan D. S. Sood, "Circulation and Exchange in Islamicate Eurasia: A Regional Approach to the Early Modern World," 113-162

Andrew Sartori, "A Liberal Discourse of Custom in Colonial Bengal," 163-197

Malcolm Crook & Tom Crook, "Reforming Voting Practices in a Global Age: The Making and Remaking of the Modern Secret Ballot in Britain, France and the United States, c.1600–c.1950," 199-237

Kiran Klaus Patel, "The Paradox of Planning: German Agricultural Policy in a European Perspective, 1920s to 1970s," 239-269

 
Revue d'Allemagne, Vol. 43, No. 2 ( 2011) - LES TRAITÉS DE PAIX, DES TOURNANTS?


Reiner Marcowitz, "Comment obtenir une paix durable ? Le congrès de Vienne de 1814/15 et la conférence de la paix de Paris en 1919/20"

Karin Schneider, "Der Wiener Kongress – Wende zwischen Tradition und Moderne"

Isabelle Soleres, "La guerre et la paix de 1870/71 vues par l’écrivain prussien Theodor Fontane"

Mechthild Coustillac, "Le conservatisme rhénan face aux enjeux du traité de Versailles : l’autonomisme catholique dans la Rhénanie prussienne (1918-1923)"

Anne-Laure Briatte-Peters, " Un sursaut historique manqué. La paix de 1919 vue par les féministes radical-pacifistes allemandes"

Nathalie Biwer, "'Ich komme aus Versailles, wo wir den Frieden gesucht und den Krieg gefunden haben'. Les espoirs déçus de la social-démocratie allemande face à Versailles à travers l’exemple de Friedrich Stampfer (1874-1957)"

Peter Pichler, "1955 als Wende? Der österreichische Staatsvertrag und die Konstruktion von Frieden"

Pascal Fagot, "De tournant en tournant. La représentation de la construction de la paix entre l'Allemagne et la Pologne de 1945 à la fin des années 1990"

Hélène LeClerc, " La 'déclaration de réconciliation' germano-tchèque du 21 janvier 1997 : un tournant dans les relations germano-tchèques?"

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 42, No. 2 (Summer 2011)

W. R. Albury, "Castiglione's Francescopaedia: Pope Julius II and Francesco Maria della Rovere in The Book of the Courtier," 323-347

Lawrence P. Buck, "Anatomia Antichristi: Form and Content of the Papal Antichrist," 349-368

Hans de Waardt, "Witchcraft, Spiritualism, and Medicine: The Religious Convictions of Johan Wier," 369-392

Felicia Else, "Bartolomeo Ammannati: Moving Stones, Managing Waterways, and Building an Empire for Duke Cosimo I de' Medici," 393-425

Fabrizio Nevola, "'El Papa non veà': The Failed Triumphal Entry of Leo X de' Medici into Siena," 427-446

 
Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte, Vol. 39 (2011)

See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 98, No. 3 (2011)

Aufsatz

Thomas Nern, "Der preußische Landrat als wirtschaftspolitischer Faktor: Eine Fallstudie zum Kreis Westhavelland 1893–1907"

Miszellen

"Podiums-Diskussion 'Strategien der Staatsentschuldung'"

Werner Abelshauser, "Wege aus der Staatsverschuldung: Eine Skizze Moritz Schularick: Staatsverschuldung in der westlichenn Welt (1880–2009)"

Hans-Peter Ullmann, "'Staatsentschuldung' – Einwurf eines Historikers"

Alexander Donges, "Die Vereinigte Stahlwerke AG im Dritten Reich. Unternehmerisches Handeln unter den Rahmenbedingungen der nationalsozialistischen Wirtschaftsordnung

Sibylle Lehmann, "Die Bedeutung der Emissionsbanken auf dem deutschen Aktienmarkt 1896–1913"

 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 59, No. 4 (October 2011)

Aufsätze

Ruediger Graf & Kim Christian Priemel, " Zeitgeschichte in der Welt der Sozialwissenschaften. Legitimität und Originalität einer Disziplin" 479-

Michael Mayer, "Akteure, Verbrechen und Kontinuitäten. Das Auswärtige Amt im Dritten Reich — Eine Binnendifferenzierung," 509

Markus Lammert, "Die französische Linke, der Terrorismus und der „repressive Staat” in der Bundesrepublik in den 1970er Jahren," 533-

Diskussion

Reinhard Otto & Rolf Keller, "Zur individuellen Erfassung von sowjetischen Kriegsgefangenen durch die Wehrmacht," 563-

 
Vingtième Siècle: Revue d'histoire, Vol. 111, (2011)

Paul Dietschy, "De la ville à la nation Des histoires politiques et sociales du football," 3-9

Bruno Dumons, "Le football dans la ville Saint-Étienne au 20e siècle," 11-21

Marion Fontaine, "Sport et mobilisation politique dans les mines (1944-1950)," 23-33

Paul Dietschy, "Les avatars de l'équipe nationale Football, nation et politique depuis la fin du 19e siècle," 35-47

Fabien Archambault, "Le football à Trieste de 1945 à 1954 Une affaire d'États," 49-58

Julien Sorez "Le football et la fabrique des territoires Une approche spatiale des pratiques culturelles," 59-72

Odile Goerg, "Couper la Guinée en quatre ou comment la colonisation a imaginé l'Afrique," 73-88

Antoine Coppolani, "Judaïsme et politique étrangère Le cas de Henry A. Kissinger," 89-103

Marie Gayte, "Les États-Unis et le Vatican dans les années 1980 Au-delà de la 'sainte alliance'," 105-117

Fabrice Cahen & Christophe Capuano, "La poursuite de la répression anti-avortement après Vichy Une guerre inachevé ?" 119-131

Pauline Rameau, "Pratiques illégales de l'avortement dans les années 68 à Dijon et à Saint-Étienne," 133-146

Olivier Chatelan, "Les catholiques et l'urbanisation de la société française," 147-158

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 57 (2011) Soziale Missionen

Thema

Julia Hauser, "Waisen gewinnen. Mission zwischen Programmatik und Praxis in der Erziehungsanstalt der Kaiserswerther Diakonissen in Beirut seit 1860"

Thomas Gerdes, "Die Katholische Aktion und die Soziale Frage in Argentinien 1905–1919. Transfer und Rezeption von katholischem Wissen"

Alexandra Przyrembel, "Der Missionar Johann Hinrich Wichern, die Sünde und das unabänderliche Elend der städtischen Unterschichten um 1850"

Werkstatt

Frédéric Graber, "Formen des Projekts in Frankreich. Bewilligungsverfahren der Verwaltung der Ponts et Chaussées im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert"

Filmkritik

Brigitte Reinwald, "Die Stimmen der Gefangenen des Kaisers in Philip Scheffners Dokumentation The Halfmoon Files"

 
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit, Vol. 10 , No. 2 (2010)

See JournalWatch from the first quarter of 2011 for most recent issue.

 
Zeitgeschichte, No. 4 (2009)

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

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, No. 3 (2011) Internationale Ordnungen und neue Universalismen im 20. Jahrhundert

Aufsätze

Verena Steller, "Zwischen Geheimnis und Öffentlichkeit. Die Pariser Friedensverhandlungen 1919 und die Krise der universalen Diplomatie"

Kerstin von Lingen, "'Crimes Against Humanity'. Eine umstrittene Universalie im Völkerrecht des 20. Jahrhunderts"

Lasse Heerten, "A wie Auschwitz, B wie Biafra. Der Bürgerkrieg in Nigeria (1967–1970) und die Universalisierung des Holocaust"

Andrea Rehling, "Universalismen und Partikularismen im Widerstreit: Zur Genese des UNESCO-Welterbes"

Debatte - Zeitgeschichte und Internationale Geschichte

Iris Schröder, "Einleitung Hubertus Büschel Internationale Geschichte als Globalgeschichte – Prämissen, Potenziale und Probleme"

Sandrine Kott, "International Organizations – A Field of Research for a Global History"

Celia Donert & Janou Glencross, "Gendering Universalisms in International History"

Susanne Schattenberg, "Diplomatie als interkulturelle Kommunikation"

Essay

Manfred Berg, "Der 11. September 2001 – eine historische Zäsur? Literaturhinweise zum 11. September 2001 und seinen Folgen"

Quellen

Christiane Sibille, "LONSEA – Der Völkerbund in neuer Sicht. Eine Netzwerkanalyse zur Geschichte internationaler Organisationen"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 59, No. 7/8 (August 2011)

Heinz Schneppen, "Vom Jagdtrieb historischer Ermittler Der Bericht der 'Unabhängigen Historikerkommission' zur Vergangenheit des Auswärtigen Amts"

Juljan Biontino, "Koreas Kampf um die Unabhängigkeit von Japan Von den Anfängen bis zur Bewegung vom 1. März 1919"

Nina Schneider, "Das Schlusslicht Lateinamerikas? Brasiliens Umgang mit der Militärvergangenheit"

Birgir Gudmundsson & Markus Meckl, "Aufklärungsarbeit am Ende der Welt Island und die Staatssicherheit"

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 59, No. 9 (September 2011)

Harald Kleinschmidt, "Militär und Tanz Reguliertes Körperverhalten im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert"

Julian Köck, "Ludwig Schemann und die Gobineau-Vereinigung"

Heinrich Sprenger, "Ein polnischer 'Mischling' im 'Führerauftrag' Der Krakauer Meisterfotograf Julius Halewicz 1900–1966"

 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung, No. 2 (2011)

Michael Brauer, "Erfindung oder Entdeckung? Neue Zugänge zur Erforschung des Heidentums am Beispiel des Preußenlands im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert," 185-

Nadir Weber, "Die Republik des Adels. Zum Begriff der Aristokratie in der politischen Sprache der Frühen Neuzeit," 217-

Andreas Pecar, "Berichte und Kritik Dichte Beschreibung. Die Edition der Selbstzeugnisse Ernst Adalbert von Harrachs," 259-

 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte/Journal of Business History Vol. 56, No. 2 (2011)

Paul Windolf, "The German-Jewish Economic Elite (1900 to 1930)," 135-162

Peter Heyrman, "Belgian Catholics entrepreneurs’ organizations, 1880 to 1940. A dialogue on social responsibility," 163- 86.

Veit Damm, Ulrike Schulze, Swen Steinberg & Sylvia Wölfel, "Ostdeutsche Unternehmen im Transformationsprozess 1935 bis 1995. Ein neues Forschungsfeld der modernen Unternehmensgeschichte," 187-205

Valerio Cerretano, "European Cartels and Technology Transfer: the experience of the rayon industry, 1920 to 1940," 206-224

 

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