JournalWatch
2nd quarter 2007

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

To notify the editors of any errors or to propose an additional journal to be included on this page, please contact Paul Steege at paul.steege@villanova.edu.

 
Click on the titles below to skip directly to the contents of the journal in question. The designation "most recent" means that this is the most recent issue we could locate of the journal in question.
 

 


American Historical Review
Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte
Austrian History Yearbook
Central European History
Contemporary European History
Deutschland Archiv
Diplomatic History
European History Quarterly
European Review of History
German History
German Life and Letters
German Politics & Society
German Quarterly
German Studies Review
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht
Geschichte und Gesellschaft
The Historical Journal
Historische Anthropologie
Historische Sozialforschung
Historische Zeitschrift
Historisches Jahrbuch
History
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 Modern History
Militär und Gesellschaft in der frühen Neuzeit
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift
Mittelweg 36
Revue d'Allemagne
Sixteenth Century Journal
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte
Werkstatt Geschichte
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit
Zeithistorische Forschungen
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft
Zeitschrift für historische Forschung
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte
 

 
 
Americal Historical Review, Vol. 112, No. 2 (April 2007)


Nick Cullather, “The Foreign Policy of the Calorie,” 337-

Laura F. Edwards, “Status without Rights: African Americans and the Tangled History of Law and Governance in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. South,” 365-

Joy Damousi, “'The Filthy American Twang': Elocution, the Advent of American 'Talkies,' and Australian Cultural Identity,” 394-

REVIEW ESSAY

Robert A. Nye, “Western Masculinities in War and Peace,” 417-

Nara Milanich, “Whither Family History? A Road Map from Latin America,” 439-

 
AHR, Vol. 112, No. 3 (June 2007)

Daniel Wickbert, "What Is the History of Sensibilities? On Cultural Histories, Old and New," 661-684

Michael J. Sauter, "Clockwatchers and Stargazers: Time Discipline in Early Modern Berlin," 685-709

AHR Forum: Entangled Empires in the Atlantic World

Introduction, 710-711

James Epstein, "Politics of Colonial Sensation: The Trial of Thomas Picton and the Cause of Louisa Calderon," 712-741

Rafe Blaufarb, "The Western Question: The Geopolitics of Latin American Independence," 742-763

Eliga H. Gould, "Entangled Histories, Entangled Worlds: The English-Speaking Atlantic as a Spanish Periphery," 764-786

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, "Entangled Histories: Borderland Historiographies in New Clothes?" 787-799
 
Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte (Beilage zur Wochenzeitung Das Parlament)


[As per our usual practice, we have printed only the contents of those issues with a clear historical focus. The text of these and all recent issues of APuZ can be found free of charge at the web site of the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung: <http://www.bpb.de/publikationen/BKRM30,0,0,Aus_Politik_und_Zeitgeschichte.html>]

Nr. 16/17, Kriege und Konflikte (April 16, 2007)

Herfried Münkler, "Neues vom Chamäleon Krieg," 3-9

Dieter Ruloff and Livia Schubiger, "Kriegerische Konflikte. Eine Übersicht," 10-17

Mathias John, "Rüstungstransfers – Globaler Handel mit Tod und Gewalt," 17-24

Martin Löffelholz, "Kriegsberichterstattung in der Mediengesellschaft," 25-31

Michael Brzoska, "Erfolge und Grenzen von Friedensmissionen," 32-38


Nr. 18, Körperkult und Schönheitswahn (April 30, 2007)

Robert Gugutzer, "Körperkult und Schönheitswahn – Wider den Zeitgeist," 3-6

Thomas Alkemeyer, "Aufrecht und biegsam. Eine Geschichte des Körperkults," 6-18

Paula-Irene Villa, "Der Körper als kulturelle Inszenierung und Statussymbol," 18-26

Nina Degele, "Schönheit – Erfolg – Macht," 26-32

Winfried Menninghaus, "Der Preis der Schönheit: Nutzen und Lasten ihrer Verehrung," 33-38


Nr. 25, Gruppe 47 (June 18, 2007)

Helmut Heißenbüttel, "Gruppenkritik"

Heinz Ludwig Arnold, "Aufstieg und Ende der Gruppe 47," 4-11

Rhys W. Williams, "Der Wiederaufbau der deutschen Literatur," 12-18

Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey, "Die APO und der Zerfall der Gruppe 47," 19-24

Manfred Jäger, "Die Gruppe 47 und die DDR," 25-31

Alexander Gallus, "'Der Ruf' – Stimme für ein neues Deutschland," 32-38

[Just for reference, the following more contemporary themes have also appeared in APuZ in the past quarter]

Nr. 19, Nahost

Nr. 20/21, Neue Formen der Staatlichkeit

Nr. 22/23, Integration

Nr. 24, Ökologische Gerechtigkeit

Nr. 26/27, Islam

 
Austrian History Yearbook, Vol. 38 (2007)
 
Herwig Wolfram, "Austria before Austria: The Medieval Past of Polities to Come," 1-12

FORUM: Writing the History of Sexuality in Fin-de-Siècle Cisleithania

Scott Spector, "Where Personal Fate Turns to Public Affair: Homosexual Scandal and Social Order in Vienna, 1900-1910," 15-24

Keely Stauter-Halsted, "'A Generation of Monsters': Jews, Prostitution and Racial Purity in the 1892 L'viv White Slavery Trial," 25-35

Nancy M. Wingfield, "Echos of the Riehl Trial in Fin-de-Siècle Cisleithania," 36-47

Matti Bunzl, "Desiderata for a History of Austrian Sexualities," 48-57

ARTICLES

Darin Hayton, "Astrology as Political Propaganda: Humanist Responses to the Turkish Threat in Early-Sixteenth-Century Vienna," 61-91

Brian A. Hodson, "The Development of Habsburg Policy in Hungary and the Einrichtungswerk of Cardinal Kollonich, 1683-90," 92-107

David S. Luft, "Austrian Intellectual History and Bohemia," 108-121

Max H. Vögler, "Illness and Death in the Era of Neoabsolutism: New Perspectives on Liberal-Catholic Conflict from 1850s Upper Austria," 122-144

Deborah R. Coen, "Liberal Reason and the Culture of the Sommerfrische," 145-159

Thomas R. Grischany, "Austrians into German Soldiers: The Integrative Impact of Wehrmacht Service on Austrian Soldiers during World War II," 160-178

David Gerlach, "Working wiht the Enemy: Labor Politics in the Czech Borderlands, 1945-48," 179-207

Gerald Stourzh, "The Austrian State Treaty and the International Decision Making Process in 1955," 208-228
 
Central European History, Vol. 40, No. 2 (June 2007)


Laurenz Müller, “Revolutionary Moment: Interpreting the Peasants' War in the Third Reich and in the German Democratic Republic,” 193-218

Thomas F. Sea, “The German Princes' Responses to the Peasants' Revolt of 1525,” 219-240

Gary B. Cohen, “Nationalist Politics and the Dynamics of State and Civil Society in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1867-1914,” 241-278

Marjorie Lamberti, “German Antifascist Refugees in America and the Public Debate on 'What Should be Done with Germany after Hitler,'” 279-305

Edith Sheffer, “On Edge: Building the Border in East and West Germany,” 307-339

  
Contemporary European History, Vol. 16, No. 2 (May 2007)


Neil Forbes, “Multinational Enterprise, 'Corporate Responsibility' and the Nazi Dictatorship: The Case of Unilever and Germany in the 1930s,” 149-167

Philip Ollerenshaw, “War, Industrial Mobilisation and Society in Northern Ireland, 1939-1945,” 169-197

Sabrina P. Ramet, “Vladko Macek and Croatian History: An Introduction,” 199-202

Mark Biondich, “Vladko Macek and the Croat Political Right, 1928-1941,” 203-213

Sabrina P. Ramet, “Vladko Macek and the Croatian Peasant Defence in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia,” 215-231

Vjeran Pavlakovic, “Vladko Macek, the Croatian Peasant Party and the Spanish Civil War,” 233-246

REVIEW ESSAY

Russell A. Hart, “Representation, Reconsideration and Recollection Recent Works on the Second World War,” 247-257

Norman M. Naimark, “War and Genocide on the Eastern Front, 1941-1945,” 259-274

  
Deutschland Archiv, Vol. 41, No. 3 (2007)

ZEITGESCHEHEN

Hans-Joachim Asmus and Heinz-Gerd Weijers, "Psycho-soziale Integration ehemaliger Volkspolizisten in die Landespolizei von Sachsen-Anhalt. Charaktermerkmale eines Berufs im Selbstbild," 411-421

ZEITGESCHICHTE

Alexander Gallus, "Von Heinemann bis Havemann. Dritte Wege in Zeiten des Kalten Krieges," 422-430

Christiane Baumann, "'Sie haben uns ins Messer laufen lassen'. Interview mit Erich Loest," 431-436

Beatrice Vierneisel, "Die Volksbefragung 1951," 436-444

Sina Rosenkranz and Sarah Renner, "'Zweigeteilt – niemals'? Die Südwestfunk-Sendungen 'So sieht es der Westen …' und 'So lebt man im Osten …' als Quelle der Zeitgeschichte," 444-456

Michael Meißner, "'Auf ein Ehrenwort, Genossen!'. Zu den Hintergründen der Verstaatlichungskampagne 1972 in der DDR," 456-464

Heike Knortz, "'Intensive' westdeutsche versus 'extensive' ostdeutsche Ökonomie? Zu den Grenzen eines Systemvergleichs," 464-475

DOKUMENTATION

Gerhard Keiderling, "Noch einmal: 'Ich bin ein Berliner'. Margarete Plischke zur Vorgeschichte von Kennedys berühmten Satz," 476-480

FORUM

Raj Kollmorgen, "Diskursive Missachtung. Zur Subalternisierung ostdeutscher Soziokulturen," 481-491

Bernd Faulenbach, "Konfrontative Kommunikation. Zum Verhältnis von Historikern der Bundesrepublik und der DDR und seiner Nachwirkung im vereinigten Deutschland," 491-501

Doris Liebermann, "Argonaut. Ikarus. Gordischer Knoten. Zum 60. Geburtstag des Malers Hans-Hendrik Grimmling (am 13. Juli 2007)," 502-510

Thomas Beutelschmidt, "Programmgeschichte des DDR-Fernsehens. Ein Projekt zur ostdeutschen Medienkultur," 511-517
 
Diplomatic History, Vol. 31, No. 2 (April 2007)

Jon Parmenter and Mark Power Robison, “The Perils and Possibilities of Wartime Neutrality on the Edges of Empire: Iroquois and Acadians between the French and British in North America, 1744-1760,” 167-206

Jaime R. Aguila, “Mexican/U.S. Immigration Policy prior to the Great Depression,” 207-225

Macabe Keliher, “Anglo-American Rivalry and the Origins of U.S. China Policy,” 227-257

Michael Lumbers, “'Staying Out of This Chinese Muddle': The Jonson Administration's Response to the Cultural Revolution,” 259-294

William Glenn Gray, “Floating the System: Germany, the United States, and the Breakdown of Bretton Woods, 1969-1973,” 295-323
 
DH, Vol. 31, No. 3 (June 2007)

“The History of SHAFR as Told By Its Past Presidents,” 363-438

Hiroo Nakajima, “The Monroe Doctrine and Russia: American Views of Czar Alexaner I and Their Influence upon Early Russian-American Relations,” 439-463

George J. Hill, “Intimate Relationships: Secret Affairs of Church and State in the United States and Liberia, 1925-1947,” 465-503

Molly M. Wood, “'Commanding Beauty' and 'Gentle Charm': American Women and Gender in the Early Twentieth-Century Foreign Service,” 505-530

David Zietsma, “'Sin Has No History': Religion, National Identity, and U.S. Intervention, 1937-1941,” 531-565
 
European History Quarterly, Vol. 37, No. 2 (April 2007)

Pietro Di Paola, “The Spies Who Came in from the Heat: The International Surveillance of the Anarchists in London,” 189-215

Edmund H. Dickerman and Anita M. Walker, “Les règles du jeu: The Decline and Fall of Sully, 1610-17,” 216-241

Robert L. Fuller, “Catholic Women and the Unmaking of French Nationalism After the Dreyfus Affair,” 242-264

Daniel Schönpflug, “Histoires croisées: François Furet, Ernst Nolte and a Comparative History of Totalitarian Movements,” 265-290

REVIEW ARTICLES

Stefan Berger, “National Myths in Europe,” 291-300

T. O. Smith, “Europe, Americanization and Globalization,” 301-309
  
European Review of History, Vol. 14, No. 1 (2007)


R. C. Richardson, "Re-fighting the English Revolution: John Nalson (1637-1686) and the Frustrations of Late Seventeenth-Century English Historiography," 1-20

Geoffrey Cubitt, "Revolution, Reaction, Restoration: The Meanings and Uses of Seventeenth-Century English History in the Political Thinking of Benjamin Constant, c.1797-1830," 21-47

Anja Johansen, "A Process of Civilisation? Legitimisation of Violent Policing in Prussian and French Police Manuals and Instructions, 1880-1914," 49-71

Helke Rausch, "The Nation as a Community Born of War? Symbolic Strategies and Popular Reception of Public Statues in Late Nineteenth-Century Western European Capitals," 73-101

 
ERH, Vol. 14, No. 2 (2007)


Amanda Bergen, "A Philosophical Experiment: The Wilberforce Memorial School for the Blind c.1833-1870," 147-164

Chinatsu Takeda, "Apology of Liberty in Lettres sur les ouvrages et le caractère de J.-J. Rousseau: Mme de Staël's Contribution to the Discourse on Natural Sociability," 165-193

Nicolau Andresen, "The Salazar Regime and European Integration, 1947-1972," 195-214

Daniel Marc Segesser, "'Unlawful Warfare is Uncivilised': The International Debate on the Punishment of War Crimes, 1872-1918," 215-234

Stef Scagliola, "The Silences and Myths of a 'Dirty War': Coming to Terms with the Dutch-Indonesian Decolonisation War (1945-1949)," 235-262

 
German History, Vol. 25, No. 2 (April 2007)


Matthew Fitzpatrick, “A Fall from Grace? National Unity and the Search for Naval Power and Colonial Possessions 1848-1884,” 135-161

Michael Thad Allen, “Not Just a `Dating Game': Origins of the Holocaust at Auschwitz in the Light of Witness Testimony,” 162-191

Dirk Schumann, “Legislation and Liberalization: The Debate About Corporal Punishment in Schools in Postwar West Germany, 1945-1975,” 192-218

Raphael Gross, “Relegating Nazism to the Past: Expressions of German Guilt in 1945 and Beyond ,” 219-238

Anthony D. Kauders, “Review Article: Democratization as Cultural History, or: When is (West) German Democracy Fulfilled?” 240-257

 
German Life and Letters, Vol. 60, No. 2 (2007)
 
Frederick Hale, "The First German Novel about South Africa: Geschichte eines Hottentotten, von ihm selbst erzählt," 149-164

Chen Tzoref-Ashkenazi, "The status of Hebrew in Friedrich Schlegel's Über die Sprache und Weisheit der Indier," 165-179

Richard Dove, "'Eine Art geistiger Wiedergutmachung': Karl Otten's Anthologies of Jewish Writing Das leere Haus and Schofar," 180-195

Gerwin Strobl, "‘Zum Ruhme Englands’: The ‘Vorgeschichte’ of the Nazi Film Titanic," 196-211

Karina von Lindeiner, "Klaus Mann's Die Sammlung: An Attempt at an International Journal," 212-224

Jonathan Woolley, "Home Truths: The Importance of the Uncanny for Patrick Süskind's Critique of the Enlightenment in Das Parfum," 225-242

Petra Fachinger, "A New Kind of Creative Energy: Yadé Kara's Selam Berlin and Fatih Akin's Kurz und Schmerzlos and Gegen die Wand," 243-260

Anne Fuchs, "‘Ehrlich, du lügst wie gedruckt’: Günter Grass's Autobiographical Confession and the Changing Territory of Germany's Memory Culture," 261-275
   
German Politics & Society, Vol. 24, No. 4 (Fall 2006) [most recent]

 
SPECIAL ISSUE: Social Integration in the New Berlin

Hilary Silver, "Introduction: Social Integration in the 'New' Berlin," 1-48

Janice Bockmeyer, "Social Cities and Social Inclusion: Assessing the Role of Turkish Residents in Building the New Berlin," 49-76

Jennifer A. Jordan,"Memorial Projects as Sites of Social Integration in Post-1989 Berlin?" 77-94

Wolfgang Kil and Hilary Silver, "From Kreuzberg to Marzahn: New Migrant Communities in Berlin," 95-121

Peter Marcuse, "The Down Side Dangers in the Social City Program: Contradictory Potentials in German Social Policy," 122-130

Margit Mayer, "Berlin Nonprofits in the Reshaping of Welfare and Employment Policies," 131-144

Hartmut Häußermann, "The National 'Social City Program': Findings from the Midterm Evaluation," 145-163

 
The German Quarterly, Vol. 80, No. 2 (Spring 2007)
 
FORUM

“Is Literature Still Central to German Studies?” 139-142 (Jane V. Curran, Albrecht Classen, Sara Lennox, John Blair, and Rolf J. Goebel)

ARTICLES

Matt Erlin, “Useless Subjects: Reading and Consumer Culture in Eighteenth-Century Germany,” 145-164

Karin Schutjer, “German Epic/Jewish Epic: Goethe's Exodus Narrative in Hermann und Dorothea and 'Israel in der Wüste,'” 165-184

Brian Tucker, “Performing Boredom in Effi Briest: On the Effects of Narrative Speed,” 185-200

Ulrich Bach, “Sacher-Masoch's Utopian Peripheries,” 201-219

Erin McGlothlin, “Narrative Transgression in Edgar Hilsenrath's Der Nazi und der Friseur and the Rhetoric of the Sacred in Holocaust Discourse,” 220-239
  
German Studies Review, Vol. 30, No. 2 (May 2007)

David Coury, "Beyond the National: Sarah Khan and the Globalization of German Literature," 243-258

Peter Becher, "Deutsche und Tschechen: Vertreibung und Versöhnung," 259-266

Frank Uekötter, "Green Nazis? Reassessing the Environmental History of Nazi Germany," 267-287

Mila Ganeva, "Weimar Film as Fashion Show: Konfektionskomödien or Fashion Farces from Lubitsch to the End of the Silent Era," 288-310

Hunter Bivens, "Anna Seghers' 'The Man and His Name': Heimat and the Labor of Interpellation in Postwar East Germany," 311-330

Grant P. McAllister, "Romantic Imagery in Tykwer's Lola rennt," 331-348

Hans J. Rindisbacher, "Trauer, Melancholie und deutsche Nachkriegsbefindlichkeit: Heinrich Bölls 'Es wird etwas geschehen' neu gelesen," 349-370

Mary N. Hampton and Douglas C. Peifer, "Reordering German Identity: Memory Sites and Foreign Policy," 371-390
  
Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht, 4/2007: Imperien


Helga Botermann, "Kaiser, Statthalter und Städte im Imperium Romanum," 220-

Arndt Brendecke, "Non sufficit orbis. Konzeptionen spanischer Weltherrschaft im 16. Jahrhundert," 236-

Klaus-Jörg Ruhl, "Imperialismus. Aufstieg und Krise des britischen Empire im 19. Jahrhundert," 253-

INFORMATIONEN NEUE MEDIEN

Gregor Horstkemper and Alessandra Sorbello Staub, "Ein Reich aus vielen Staaten. Online-Materialien zur Geschichte des British Empire," 269-

LITERATURBERICHT

Udo Wengst, "Deutschland nach 1945, Teil IV," 271-

 
GWU 5-6/2007: Wiedervereinigung

Joachim Rohlfes, "'Deutschland einig Vaterland'? Freude und Frust der (Wieder-)Vereinigung," 292-

Gerhard A. Ritter, "Soziale und politische Probleme der deutschen Wiedervereinigung," 312-

Ruth Johanna Benrath, "'So anders war’s doch gar nicht!'? Wie Lehrkräfte aus der DDR mit den Transformationsherausforderungen im Geschichtsunterricht umgehen," 328-

INFORMATIONEN NEUE MEDIEN

Sabine Büttner, "Suche nach 'Deutschland Wiedervereinigung'. Netz(be)funde zur deutsch-deutschen Geschichte," 343=

LITERATURBERICHT

Udo Wengst, "Deutschland nach 1945, Teil V," 345-
 
Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Vol. 33, No. 2 (2007)

INTELLEKTUELLE, ed. Wolfgang Hardtwig

Kirill Abrosimov, "Die Genese des Intellektuellen im Prozess der Kommunikation. Friedrich Melchior Grimms 'Correspondance littéraire', Voltaire und die Affäre Calas," 163-

Tim B. Müller, "Die gelehrten Krieger und die Rockefeller-Revolution. Intellektuelle zwischen Geheimdienst, Neuer Linken und dem Entwurf einer neuen Ideengeschichte," 198-

Sean A. Forner, "Für eine demokratische Erneuerung Deutschlands: Kommunikationsprozesse und Deutungsmuster engagierter Demokraten nach 1945," 228-

Thomas Kroll, "Kommunistische Intellektuelle im westlichen Deutschland (1945–1956). Eine glaubensgeschichtliche Untersuchung in vergleichender Perspektive," 258-

DISKUSSIONSFORUM

Wolfgang Bialas, "Ostdeutsche Intellektuelle und der gesellschaftliche Umbruch der DDR," 289-

   
The Historical Journal, Vol. 50, No. 2 (June 2007)


Anna Whitelock and Diarmaid MacCulloch, "Princess Mary's household and the succession crisis, July 1553," 265-287

Malcolm Gaskill, "Witchcraft, politics and memory in seventeenth-century England," 289-308

Susanne Lachenicht, "Huguenot immigrants and the formation of national identities," 1548-1787," 309-331

Gavin Daly, "Napoleon and hte 'city of smugglers', 1810-1814," 333-352

Kim A. Wagner, "Thuggee and social banditry reconsidered," 353-376

Anne Cameron, "The establishment of civil registration in Scotland," 377-395

Elizabeth Greenhalgh, "David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau, and the 1918 manpower crisis," 397-421

Richard Whiting, "The reform of working life in Britain, 1963-1971," 423-448

HISTORIOGRAPHICAL REVIEWS

Michael Edwards, "Aristotelianism, Descartes, and Hobbes," 449-464

Jeremy Burchardt, "Agricultural history, rural history, or countryside history?" 465-481

REVIEW ARTICLES

Derek R. Peterson, "Culture and chronology in African history," 483-497

Jane Ohlmeyer, "The 'old' British histories?" 499-512

 
Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, Vol. 32, No. 2 (2007)


SPECIAL ISSUE: Geburtenbeschränkung, Ed. Rolf Gehrmann

Mikolaj Szoltysek, "Science without Laws? Model Building, Micro Histories and the Fate of the Theory of Fertility Decline," 10-

Jan Van Bavel, "The Decline of Illegitimacy and the Control of Marital Fertility During the Demographic Transition. Testing the Innovation-diffusion Hypothesis Using Cohort Fertility Data from a Belgian Town, 1850-1910," 42-

Wilko Schröter, "Vergleich der Fertilität im deutschen Hochadel ab 1600 mit der 'Natural Fertility,'" 68-

Rolf Gehrmann, "Geburtenbeschränkung im ländlichen Deutschland vor dem Fertility Decline," 91-

Rita Müller and Sylvia Schraut, "Geburtenplanung, soziale Ungleichheit und Geschlecht – Das Beispiel Stuttgart während der Industrialisierung," 111-

George Alter, Michel Oris and Muriel Neven, "When Protoindustry Collapsed Fertility and the Demographic Regime in Rural Eastern Belgium During the Industrial Revolution," 137-

Béatrice Craig, "Catholic and Malthusian: the Entrepreneurs of Tourcoing in the Nineteenth Century," 160-

Eva-Maria Silies, "Familienplanung und Bevölkerungswachstum als religiöse Herausforderung. Die katholische Kirche und die Debatte um die Pille in den 1960er Jahren," 187-

FOCUS

Kevin Schürer, "Creating a Nationally Representative Individual and Household Sample for Great Britain, 1851 to 1901 – The Victorian Panel Study (VPS)," 211-

  
Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 15, No. 1 (2007)


AUFSÄTZE

Angelika Schaser, "'Zurück zur heiligen Kirche'– Konversionen zum Katholizismus im säkularisierten Zeitalter," 1-

Marina Caffiero, "Konvertitinnen im Rom der frühen Neuzeit – zwischen Zwang und neuen Chancen," 24-

Max Sebastián Hering Torres, "Judenhass, Konversion und genealogisches Denken im Spanien der Frühen Neuzeit," 42-

Katrin Langewiesche, "Religiöse Identitäten in Bewegung. Zeitgenössische Konversionsgeschichten aus Burkina Faso," 65-

Hubertus Büschel, "Die sanfte Macht der Machtlosen – Rituale, Glückwünsche und Geschenke: Preußens Untertanen und ihre Könige um 1800," 82-

DEBATTE

Silvia Ruschak, "'Wearing trousers makes me look smart.' Frauen und Kleidungsgeschichte im urbanen, postkolonialen Südghana," 103-

Tabea Scharrer, "Konversion in Ostafrika im Spannungsfeld zwischen islamischer und christlicher Mission," 118-

FORUM

Natalie Zemon Davis, "Was ist an Geschichte universal?" 126-

Hansjörg Dilger, "Moral, Politik und Heilung. Zur Transnationalisierung afrikanischer Pfingstkirchen," 132-

   
Historische Zeitschrift, Vol. 284, No. 2 (April 2007)

Hans-Ulrich Wiemer, “Alexander - der letzte Achaimenide? Eroberungspolitik, lokale Eliten und altorientalische Traditionen im Jahr 323,” 281-309

Kerstin S. Jobst, “Im Kontext von Hagiographie und nationalen Diskursen: Die Vita der Evfrosinija von Polack,” 311-344

Adelheid von Saldern, “Bürgerliche Repräsentationskultur. Konstanz und Wandel der Wohnformen im Deutschen Reich und in der Bundesrepublik (1900-1980),” 345-383
 
HZ, Vol. 284, No. 3 (June 2007)

Eckhard Müller-Mertens, “Imperium und Regnum im Verhältnis zwischen Wormser Konkordat und Goldener Bulle. Analyse und neue Sicht im Lichte der Konstitutionen,” 561-

Georg Schmidt, “Friedrich Meineckes Kulturnation. Zum historischen Kontext nationaler Ideen in Weimar-Jena um 1800,” 597-

Thomas Höpel, “Städtische Kulturpolitik in Deutschland und Frankreich 1918-1940,” 623-
 
Historisches Jahrbuch, Vol. 127 (2007)


According to the journal's website, publication is anticipated in September 2007.

  
History – The Journal of the Historical Association, Vol. 92, No. 1 (2007)


Jan Dumolyn, "The 'Terrible Wednesday' of Pentecost: Confronting Urban and Princely Discourses in the Bruges Rebellion of 1436–1438," 3-20

Dennis Grube, "Religion, Power and Parliament: Rothschild and Bradlaugh Revisited," 21-38

Matthew Worley, "What Was the New Party? Sir Oswald Mosley and Associated Responses to the 'Crisis', 1931-1932," 39-63

Duncan Redford, "The March 1943 Crisis in the Battle of the Atlantic: Myth and Reality," 64-83

REVIEW ARTICLE

Kristofer Allerfeldt, "Some Current Thinking on American Immigration," 84-89

 
History, Vol. 92, No. 2 (2007)


Damian Tyler, "Reluctant Kings and Christian Conversion in Seventh-Century England," 144-161

Derek J. Patrick and Christopher A. Whatley, "Persistence, Principle and Patriotism in the Making of the Union of 1707: The Revolution, Scottish Parliament and the squadrone volante," 162-186

Geoffrey Hicks, "An Overlooked Entente: Lord Malmesbury, Anglo-French Relations and the Conservatives’ Recognition of the Second Empire, 1852," 187-206

Martin Thomas, "France's North African Crisis, 1945–1955: Cold War and Colonial Imperatives," 207-234

Meda Ryan, "Author's Note. The Kilmichael Ambush, 1920: Exploring the ‘Provocative Chapters,’" 235-249

  
History and Theory, Vol. 46, No. 2 (May 2007)


Thomas H. Brobjer, "Nietzsche's Relation to Historical Methods and Nineteenth-Century German Historiography," 155-

Jörn Rüsen, ed., "Forum: Chinese and Western Historical Thinking," 180-232

  
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Spring 2007)

Alexander V. Prusin, "A Community of Violence: The SiPo/SD and Its Role in the Nazi Terror System in Generalbezirk Kiew," 1-30

Shannon L. Fogg, "Refugees and Indifference: The Effects of Shortages on Attitudes towards Jews in France's Limousin Region During World War II," 31-54

Eric Ehrenreich, "Otmar von Verschuer and the 'Scientific' Legitimization of Nazi Anti-Jewish Policy," 55-72

Boaz Cohen, "The Children's Voice: Postwar Collection of Testimonies from Child Survivors of the Holocaust," 73-95

RESEARCH NOTE

Kiril Feferman, "Nazi Germany and the Mountain Jews: Was There a Policy?" 96-114
  
International History Review, Vol. 29, No. 1 (March 2007)


Tony Osborne, "The Surrogate War between the Savoys and the Medici: Sovereignty and Precedence in Early Modern Italy," 1-21

P. G. M. Dickson, "Count Karl von Zinzendorf's 'New Accountancy': The Structure of Austrian Government Finance in Peace and War, 1781-1791," 22-56

Molly Wilkinson Johnson, "The Friedensfahrt: International Sports and East German Socialism in the 1950s," 57-82

ESSAY AND REFLECTION

Dane Kennedy, "On the American Empire from a British Imperial Perspective," 83-108

REVIEW ARTICLE

Jeanne Rutenberg & Arthur M. Eckstein, "The Return of the Fall of Rome," 109-122

 
IHR, Vol. 29, No. 2 (June 2007)


Stefan Halikowski Smith, "Demystifying a Change in Taste: Spices, Space, and Social Hierarchy in Europe, 1380-1750," 237-257

Jasper Heinzen, "The Guelph 'Conspiracy': Hanover as Would-Be Intermediary in the European System, 1866-1870," 258-281

Robert Self, "Perception and Posture in Anglo-American Relations: The War Debt Controversy in the 'Official Mind', 1919-1940," 282-312

Keith Neilson, "Perception and Posture in Anglo-American Relations: The Legacy of the Simon-Stimson Affair, 1932-1941," 313-337

REVIEW ARTICLE

Ronald J. Granieri, "Telling It Like It Isn't? Alternate History and International History," 338-348

  

Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Spring 2007)


Ken Young, "A Most Special Relationship: The Origins of Anglo-American Nuclear Strike Planning"

Jeronim Perovic, "The Tito-Stalin Split: A Reassessment in Light of New Evidence"

Andrew L. Johns, "The Johnson Administration, the Shah of Iran, and the Changing Pattern of U.S.-Iranian Relations, 1965-1967: 'Tired of Being Treated like a Schoolboy'"

Pierre Asselin, "Choosing Peace: Hanoi and the Geneva Agreement on Vietnam, 1954-1955"

Jan Kubik, "Historical Memory and the End of Communism"

  
Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 42, No. 3 (July 2007)


Jan Eckel and Bill Templer, “Hans Rothfels - An Intellectual Biography in the Age of Extremes,” 421-446

Gary Love, “`What's the Big Idea?': Oswald Mosley, the British Union of Fascists and Generic Fascism,” 447-468

Gerald Parsons, “Fascism and Catholicism: A Case Study of the Sacrario dei Caduti Fascisti in the Crypt of San Domenico, Siena,” 469-484

John Sheail, “Torrey Canyon: The Political Dimension,” 485-504

REVIEW ARTICLES

David Blaazer, “Globalization, Markets and Historiographical Perspective,” 505-514

Steven Fielding, “Looking for the `New Political History,'” 515-524

Shaun Morcom, “The Second World War in Russia,” 525-533

Joan Beaumont, “Prisoners of War in the Second World War,” 535-544

Jan Herman Brinks, “On Victors, Victims and Totalitarianism,” 545-554

Frederick Anscombe, “The Politics of Islam,” 555-564

   

The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 68, No. 2 (April 2007)


David Steward Bachrach, :The Rhetoric of Historical Writing: Documentary Sources in Histories of Worms, c. 1300"

Anthony F. D'Elia, "Stefano Porcari's Conspiracy against Pope Nicholas V in 1453 and Republican Culture in Papal Rome"

Ann T. Delehanty, "Mapping the Aesthetic Mind: John Dennis and Nicolas Boileau"

Siep Stuurman, "Cosmopolitan Egalitarianism in the Enlightenment: Anquetil Duperron on India and America"

Ayon Roy, "The Specter of Hegel in Coleridge's Biographia Literaria"

Kevin Scott Amidon, "Carrie Chapman Catt and the Evolutionary Politics of Sex and Race, 1885-1940"

Ludovic Frobert, "Elie Halévy's First Lectures on the History of European Socialism"

   
Journal of Modern History, Vol. 79, No. 2 (June 2007)


Craig Koslofsky, “Princes of Darkness: The Night at Court, 1650-1750,” 235-273

Carol E. Harrison, “Zouave Stories: Gender, Catholic Spirituality, and French Responses to the Roman Question,” 274-305

Ann Goldberg, “The Black Jew with the Blond Heart: Friedrich Gundolf, Elisabeth Salomon, and Conservative Bohemianism in Weimar Germany,” 306-334

REVIEW ARTICLE

Samuel R. Williamson Jr. and Ernest R. May, “An Identity of Opinion: Historians and July 1914,” 335-387

  
Journal of Modern European History, Vol. 5, No. 1 (2007)


Ulrich Herbert, "Europa in der Hochmoderne. Überlegungen zu einer Theorie des 20. Jahrhunderts"

Demarcation and Exchange. National Music in 19th Century Europe

Sven Oliver Müller, "Einleitung. Musik als nationale und transnationale Praxis im 19. Jahrhundert"

Philipp Ther, "Das Europa der Nationalkulturen. Die Nationalisierung und Europäisierung der Oper im 'langen' 19. Jahrhundert"

Simon McVeigh, "A Free Trade in Music: London during the Long 19th Century in a European Perspective"

Gunilla Budde, "Stellvertreterkriege. Politik mit Musik des deutschen und englischen Bürgertums im frühen 19. Jahrhundert"

Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen, "Johann Sebastian Bach zwischen Deutschland und Frankreich. Konstruktion und Zurückweisung einer nationalen Identifikationsfigur"

Celia Applegate, "The Internationalism of Nationalism: Adolf Bernhard Marx and German Music in the Mid-nineteenth Century"

  
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 20, No. 1 (2007)


AUFSÄTZE zum Themenschwerpunkt

Helmut Renöckl, "Christlich-sozialethische Anmerkungen zur Neugestaltung Europas"

Josef Pilvousek, "Katholizismus und katholische Kirche in der DDR seit 1985"

Mikko Ketola, "The Baltic Churches in the Process of Transformation and Consolidation since 1985"

Keith Robbins, "The British Churches and the Process of Consolidation and Transformation in Central Eastern Europa since 1985

Riccardo Bavaj, "Von den 'Gesellschaftsproblemen der Gegenwart' zur sozialistischen Entscheidung. Paul Tillichs politisches Denken in der Weimarer Republik"

Charlotte Methuen, "The Anglo-American Theological Conference 1927-1931. Some Preliminary Findings"

Arne Rasmusson, "Historiography and Theology. Theology in the Weimar Republic and the Beginning of the Third Reich"

ZUR DISKUSSION

Günther van Norden, "Widerstehen aus christlicher Motivation - ein heuristisches Problem"

  
Militär und Gesellschaft in der frühen Neuzeit


See previous quarter's JournalWatch for most recent issue.

  
Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift

See previous quarter's JournalWatch for most recent issue.
  
Mittelweg 36, Vol. 16, No. 2 (February/March 2007)


THEMA: TRAUMADISKURS

Harald Weilnböck, "'Das Trauma muss dem Gedächtnis unverfügbar bleiben'. Trauma-Ontologie und anderer Miss-/Brauch von Traumakonzepten in geisteswissenschaftlichen Diskursen," 2-64

Literaturbeilage: Michael Wildt, "Volksgemeinschaft im Krieg. Die deutsche Gesellschaft 1939 bis 1945," 65-76

Axel T. Paul, "Die Gewalt der Scham. Elias, Duerr und das Problem der Historizität menschlicher Gefühle," 77-99

 
MW 36, Vol. 16, No. 3 (June/July 2007)

THEMA: WAHRHEITSKOMMISSIONEN

Louise du Toit, "Feminismus und die Ehtik der Versöhnung," 4-30

Fatima Kastner, "Weder Wahrheit noch Recht. Zur Funktion von Wahrheitskommissionen in der Weltgesellschaft," 31-50

Literaturbeilage: Bernd Greiner, "Zwischenbilanzen zum Kalten Krieg," 51-58

Christian Schneider, "Trauma und Zeugenschaft. Probleme des erinnernden Umgangs mit Gewaltgeschichte," 59-74

Klaus Naumann, "Was sind wir dem Staat schuldig? Staatsbürgerlichkeit und das Problem militärischer Obligationen," 75-85
 
Past & Present, Vol. 194, No. 1 (February 2007)


David Malkiel, "Jews and Apostates in Medieval Europe — Boundaries Real and Imagined," 3-34

Karl Gunther and Ethan H. Shagan, "Protestant Radicalism and Political Thought in the Reign of Henry VIII," 35-74
 
Maria Ågren, "A Domestic Secret: Marriage, Religion and Legal Change in Late Seventeenth-Century Sweden," 75-106

Scott Ashley, "How Navigators Think: The Death of Captain Cook Revisited," 107-137

Paul A. Townend, "Between Two Worlds: Irish Nationalists and Imperial Crisis 1878–1880," 139-174

Ruth Harris, "The Assumptionists and the Dreyfus Affair," 175-211

Desmond King and Stephen Tuck, "De-Centring the South: America's Nationwide White Supremacist Order after Reconstruction," 213-253

 
Revue d'Allemagne, Vol. 39, No. 1 (2007)


LE SYSTÈME ÉDUCATIF ALLEMAND, ed. Corinne Defrance and Monique Mombert

Monique Mombert, "Tradition et réformes dans le système éducatif allemand"

Françoise Laspeyres, "Le paysage scolaire allemand dans l’œil du cyclone PISA"

Ann-Birte Krüger, "Sprachbildungspolitik und Migrantensprachen. Eine Studie am Beispiel des Türkischunterrichts in Rheinland-Pfalz und Baden-Württemberg"

Corine Defrance, "Les nouvelles orientations de la politique allemande d'enseignement supérieur et de recherche"

Nicole Colin and Joachim Umlauf, "'Spaghetti Bolognese' oder: Hätte Humboldt das gewollt?"

Monica von Wysocki, "Karriere mit dem Bachelor ? Die Akzeptanz der neuen Studienabschlüße auf dem deutschen Arbeitsmarkt"

Simon Godard, "L’histoire de la RDA en Allemagne depuis 1990"

Eric Sander and Pierre Koenig, "Un mariage franco-allemand réussi : l’association de droit local alsacien-mosellan"

 
The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Spring 2007)


Jessica A. Boon, "The Agony of the Virgin: The Swoons and Crucifixion of Mary in Sixteenth Century Castilian Passion Treatises," 3-25

Jeffery R. Hankins, "Crown, County, and Corporation in Early Seventeenth-Century Essex," 27-47

Frank Klaassen, "Learning and Masculinity in Manuscripts of Ritual Magic of the Later Middle Ages and Renaissance," 49-76

Lisa McClain, "'They have taken away my Lord': Mary Magdalene, Christ's Missing Body, and the Mass in Reformation England," 77-96

Lee Piepho, "Paulus Melissus and Jacobus Falckenburgius: Two German Protestant Humanists at the Court of Queen Elizabeth," 97-110

REVIEW ARTICLE

Norman Jones, "Indispensable Digital Sources," 111-117

Susan C. Karant-Nunn, "In Memoriam: Gerald Strauss, 1922-2006," 119-120

 
Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 96, No. 2 (2007)

AUFSÄTZE

Peter-M. Steinsiek, "Forstliche Großraumszenarien bei der Unterwerfung Osteuropas durch Hitlerdeutschland"

MISZELLE

Carsten Burhop, "Die Bautätigkeit während der deutschen Industrialisierung: Anmerkungen zu den Zeitreihen von Walther G. Hoffmann"

Kultur in der Wirtschaftsgeschichte

Margit Grabas, "Einführungsvortrag zum Panel"

Hartmut Berghoff, "Nutzen und Grenzen des kulturwissenschaftlichen Paradigmas für die Wirtschaftsgeschichte"

Mark Spoerer, "Kultur in der Wirtschaftsgeschichte: Explanandum, Explanans oder Label?"

Christoph Boyer, "Kulturwissenschaft in der Wirtschaftsgeschichte"   
 
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 54, No. 2 (April 2007)


AUFSAETZE

Igor Lukes, "Ein nachrichtendienstliches Versagen. Die Amerikaner und die kommunistische Machtergreifung in der Tschechoslowakei 1948," 201-236

Holger R. Stunz, "Hitler und die 'Gleichschaltung' der Bayreuther Festspiele. Ausnahmezustand, Umdeutung und sozialer Wandel einer Kulturinstitution 1933–1934," 237-268

Martina Steber, "Herbert Butterfield, der Nationalsozialismus und die deutsche Geschichtswissenschaft," 269-307

DISKUSSION

Dieter Sauer, "Die Zukunft der Arbeitsgesellschaft. Soziologische Deutungen in zeithistorischer Perspektive," 309-328

DOKUMENTATION

Peter Hoffmann, "Oberst i.G. Henning von Tresckow und die Staatsstreichspläne im Jahr 1943," 331-364

 
Werkstatt Geschichte, No. 45 (June 2007)


THEMA: GLOBALE WAREN

Sven Beckert, "Homogenisierung und Differenzierung: Die Entwicklung globaler Baumwollmärkte"

Angelika Epple, "Das Auge Schmeckt Stollwerck. Uniformierung der Bilderwelt und kulturelle Differenzierung von Vorstellungsbildern in Zeiten des Imperialismus und der Globalisierung"

Tino Jacobs and Sandra Schürmann, "Rauchsignale: Struktureller Wandel und visuelle Strategien auf dem deutschen Zigarettenmarkt im 20. Jahrhundert"

Uta G. Poiger, "Beauty, Business and German International Relations"

WERKSTATT

Jochen Ebert and Cindy Baierl, "Landwirtschaftlicher Großbetrieb im Fokus von Agrar- und Landschaftsgeschichte"

BERICHT

Uwe Dathe, "An Babij Jar erinnern. Neue Quellenedition zu einem der größten Massenmorde des 20. Jahrhunderts"

FILMKRITK

Fernando Vidal, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"

 
Wiener Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Neuzeit


See previous quarter's JournalWatch for most recent issue.

 
Zeithistorische Forschungen, 2006/3 [most recent]


Die 1970er-Jahre - Inventur einer Umbruchzeit

Konrad H. Jarausch, "Krise oder Aufbruch? Historische Annäherungen an die 1970er-Jahre"

AUFSÄTZE

André Steiner, "Bundesrepublik und DDR in der Doppelkrise europäischer Industriegesellschaften. Zum sozialökonomischen Wandel in den 1970er-Jahren"

Thomas Ekman Jørgensen, "Friedliches Auseinanderwachsen. Überlegungen zu einer Sozialgeschichte der Entspannung 1960-1980"

Claudia Kraft, "Paradoxien der Emanzipation. Regime, Opposition und Geschlechterordnungen im Staatssozialismus seit den späten 1960er-Jahren"

Sven Reichardt, "Klaus Theweleits 'Männerphantasien' – ein Erfolgsbuch der 1970er-Jahre"
 
DEBATTE
 
"Die 1970er-Jahre in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Erinnerungen und Perspektiven von Rainer Eckert, Etienne François, Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey, Christoph Kleßmann, Krzysztof Ruchniewicz"

QUELLEN

Petra Eisele, "Do-it-yourself-Design: Die IKEA-Regale IVAR und BILLY"

Andreas Ludwig, "'Hunderte von Varianten'. Das Möbelprogramm Deutsche Werkstätten (MDW) in der DDR"

[As a reminder to readers, the full contents of this and all issues of Zeithistorische Forschungen are available at
http://www.zeithistorische-forschungen.de/ ]

 
Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Vol. 55, No. 4 (April 2007)

Michael Zimmermann (†), "Antiziganismus – ein Pendant zum Antisemitismus? Überlegungen zu einem bundesdeutschen Neologismus"

Michael Lemke, "'Toleranz als Staatsräson'? Kontinuität und Wandel der Fremden-Toleranz in Brandenburg von den Anfängen bis 1989/90"

Filip Hartwich, "Die Entwicklung des Konkubinats im Lauf der Geschichte"
 
ZfG, Vol. 55, No. 5 (May 2007)

Markus Pöhlmann, "Der Grenzgänger. Der Dichter Klabund als Propagandist und V-Mann im Ersten Weltkrieg"

Karl Christian Führer, "Die Tageszeitung als wichtigstes Massenmedium der nationalsozialistischen Gesellschaft"

Jan Plamper, "'Die Hitler kommen und gehen …', der Führer aber bleibt bestehen. Der Stalinkult in SBZ/DDR"
 
ZfG, Vol. 55, No. 6 (June 2007)

Bernhard Töpfer, "Antiklerikale Positionen bei einem bürgerlichen Geschichtsschreiber des 15. Jahrhunderts: Eberhard Windecke"

Riccardo Bavaj, "Lebensideologischer Kommunismus als Alternative. Heinrich Vogelers Utopie vom 'neuen Leben' im Krisendiskurs der Weimarer Republik"

Andreas Heyer, "Wolfgang Harichs Demokratiekonzeption aus dem Jahr 1956. Demokratische Grundrechte, bürgerliche Werte und sozialistische Orientierung"
 

Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung, 1/2007


Andreas Bähr, "Furcht, divinatorischer Traum und autobiographisches Schreiben in der Frühen Neuzeit"

Andreas Renner, "Medizinische Aufklärung und die 'Zivilisierung' Russlands im 18. Jahrhundert"
 
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte Vol. 52, No. 1 (2007)


Timo Leimbach, "Vom Programmierbüro zum globalen Softwareproduzenten. Die Erfolgsfaktoren der SAP von der Gründung bis zum R/3-Boom, 1972 bis 1996," 5-34

Thomas Welskopp, "Bis an die Grenzen des Gesetzes. Die Reaktion der legalen Alkoholwirtschaft auf die National Prohibition in den USA, 1920 bis 1933," 35-48

Heinrich Hartmann, "Zwischen Projektionsfläche und Handlungsraum. Raumvorstellungen bei Bayer und PCAC, 1890 bis 1914," 59-86

Ben Wubs, "Unilever's Struggle for Control. An Anglo-Dutch Multinational under German Occupation," 87-103

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