Recent and Forthcoming Issues

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October 2014 || Top

Articles:

JONAS GRETHLEIN, “Future Past”: Time and Teleology in (Ancient) Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PHILIPPA LEVINE, Is Comparative History Possible? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HERMAN PAUL,  What Is a Scholarly Persona? Ten Theses on Virtues, Skills, and Desires || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SERGE GRIGORIEV, Philosophy in Transition: John Dewey’s “Lost” Manuscript || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELÍAS JOSÉ PALTI, The “Theoretical Revolution” in Intellectual History: From the History of Ideas to the History of Political Languages || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


Review Essays:

ALEXANDRA GARBARINI on Alon Confino, Foundational Pasts: The Holocaust as Historical Understanding || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TODD MAY on Colin Koopman, Genealogy as Critique: Foucault and the Problems of Modernity || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN on Roger Cooter with Claudia Stein, Writing History in the Age of Biomedicine || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BJØRN THOMASSEN on Hans Kelsen,  Religion: A Polemic against the Misinterpretation of Modern Social Philosophy, Science and Politics as “New Religions” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GAVRIEL D. ROSENFELD on Richard Evans, Altered Pasts: Counterfactuals in History (The Menahem Stern Jerusalem Lectures) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


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May 2014 || Top

Articles: 

JOSHUA KATES, Document and Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EDWARD BARING, Ne me raconte plus d’histoires: Derrida and the Problem of the History of Philosophy || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SHONALEEKA KAUL,  “Seeing” the Past: Text and Questions of History in the Rājataraṅgiṇī || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

REBECCA GOULD, Antiquarianism as Genealogy: Arnaldo Momigliano’s Method || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:    

ANGELIKA EPPLE on Joan Wallach Scott, The Fantasy of Feminist History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTON FROEYMAN on Kerwin Lee Klein, From History to Theory || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BENJAMIN ALDES WURGAFT on James McFarland, Constellation: Friedrich Nietzsche & Walter Benjamin in the Now-Time of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RAN SHAULI on Places of Memory in Modern China: History, Politics, and Identity, ed. Marc Andre Matten || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRANKO MITROVIĆ on Frank Anker­smit, Meaning, Truth, and Reference in Historical Representation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

IAN HESKETH on Peter J. Bowler, Darwin Deleted: Imagining a World without Darwin || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


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February 2014 || Top

Articles: 

ADRIAN WILSON, The Reflexive Test of Hayden White’s Metahistory || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GREGOR FEINDT, FÉLIX KRAWATZEK, DANIELA MEHLER, FRIEDEMANN PESTEL, and RIEKE TRIMÇEV, Entangled Memory: Toward a Third Wave in Memory Studies || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HENNING TRÜPER, Löwith, Löwith’s Heidegger, and the Unity of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:    

BARBARA H. ROSENWEIN on Ute Frevert, Emotions in History: Lost and Found || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ALAN STRATHERN on Ahmed Azfar Moin, The Millennial Sovereign: Sacred Kingship and Sainthood in Islam (1400–1700) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SHAMIL JEPPIE on The Trans-Saharan Book Trade: Manuscript Culture, Arabic Literacy and Intellectual History in Muslim Africa, edited by Graziano Krätli and Ghislaine Lydon, and The Transmission of Learning in Islamic Africa, edited by Scott Reese || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEORG G. IGGERS on Nicolas Offenstadt, L’Historiographie, and Charles-Olivier Carbonnell, L’Historiographie || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HARVEY GOLDMAN on Isaac Ariail Reed, Interpretation and Social Knowledge: On the Use of Theory in the Human Sciences || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BETTINA M. CARBONELL on Letting Go? Sharing Historical Authority in a User-Generated World, edited by Bill Adair, Benjamin Filene, and Laura Koloski || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


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December 2013 || Theme Issue 52 || To Theme Issues List || Top

Does History Need Animals?

DAVID GARY SHAW, A Way with Animals || no abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ERICA FUDGE, Milking Other Men’s Beasts || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

VINCIANE DESPRET, From Secret Agents to Interagency || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRETT L. WALKER, Animals and the Intimacy of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

THIERRY HOQUET, Animal Individuals: A Plea for a Nominalistic Turn in Animal Studies? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SUSAN PEARSON, Speaking Bodies, Speaking Minds: Animals, Language, History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MAHESH RANGARAJAN, Animals with Rich Histories: The Case of the Lions of Gir Forest, Gujarat, India || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHRIS PEARSON, Dogs, History, and Agency || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID GARY SHAW, The Torturer’s Horse: Agency and Animals in History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


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October 2013 || Top

Forum: At Home and in the Workplace: Domestic and Occupational Space in Western Europe from the Middle Ages

BEAT KÜMIN and CORNELIE USBORNE, At Home and in the Workplace: A Historical Introduction to the “Spatial Turn” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

KRISZTINA ROBERT, Constructions of “Home,” “Front,” and Women’s Military Employment in First World War Britain: A Spatial Interpretation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AMANDA J. FLATHER, Space, Place, and Gender: The Sexual and Spatial Division of Labor in the Early Modern Household || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WILLEM DE BLÉCOURT, “Keep That Woman Out!” Notions of Space in Twentieth-Century Flemish Witchcraft Discourse || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATTHEW H. JOHNSON, What Do Medieval Buildings Mean? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LEIF JERRAM, Space: A Useless Category for Historical Analysis? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GERD SCHWERHOFF, Spaces, Places, and the Historians: A Comment from a German Perspective || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:  

THEODORE KODITSCHEK on Eric Hobsbawm, How to Change the World: Reflections on Marx and Marxism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ALEXANDRA LIANERI on Jonas Grethlein, The Greeks and Their Past: Poetry, Oratory, and History in the Fifth Century BCE || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

FREDRIK ALBRITTON JONSSON on Andrew Shryock and Daniel Lord Smail, Deep History: The Architecture of Past and Present || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


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May 2013 || Top

Articles:

DARIUSZ GAFIJCZUK, Dwelling Within: The Inhabited Ruins of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

FRANK ANKERSMIT, Representation as a Cognitive Instrument || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MURAT DAĞLI, The Limits of Ottoman Pragmatism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TIMO PANKAKOSKI, Reoccupying Secularization: Schmitt and Koselleck on Blumenberg’s Challenge || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:   

RONALD ARONSON on Steven Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID D. ROBERTS on Herman Paul, Hayden White: The Historical Imagination || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EILEEN KA-MAY CHENG on The Organization of American Historians and the Writing and Teaching of American History, edited by Richard S. Kirkendall || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

YUVAL LAOR and EVA JABLONKA on Alex Mesoudi, Cultural Evolution: How Darwinian Theory Can Explain Human Culture and Synthesize the Social Sciences || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library