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History and theory: Studies in the philosophy of history ()

   Vol. 45 N 1  2006

1. Werner M. and Zimmermann B. Beyond comparison: Histoire Croisee and the challenge of reflexivity - P.30-50

2. Blix G. Charting the "Transitional Period": The emergence of Modern Time in the nineteenth century - P.51-71

Review Article 

3. Rabinbach A. Moments of totalitarianism - P.72-100


Vol. 45 N 2  2006

1. M. Burns R. Collingwood, Bradley, and historical knowledge - P.178-204

2. O'Sullivan L. Leon Goldstein and the epistemology of historical knowing - P.204-229


Vol. 45 N 3  2006


1. Runia E. Spots of time - P.305-317

2. Gumbrecht H. U. Presence achieved in language (with special attention given to the presence of the past) - P.317-328

3. Ankersmit F. R. "Presence" and myth - P.328-337

4. Domanska E. The material presence of the past - P.337-349

5. Bentley M. Past and "Presence": revisiting historical ontology - P.349-362

6. Peters R. Actes de presence: presence in fascist political culture - P.362-375


7. Babik M. Nazism as a secular religion - P.375-397 


Vol. 45 N 4  2006

1. Shaw D. G. Modernity between us and them: the place of religion within history - P.1-10

2. Fasolt C. History and religion in the modern age - P.10-27

3. Bell C. Paradigms behind (and before) the modern concept of religion - P.27-47

4. Butler J. Theory and God in Gotham - P.47-62

5. McIntire C. T. Transcending dichotomies in history and religion - P.80-93

6. S. Cladis M. Modernity in religion: a response to Constantin Fasolt's "History and religion in the modern age" - P.93-104

7. S. Gregory B. The other confessional history: on secular bias in the study of religion - P.132-149


Vol. 46 N 1  2007

1. Goehr L. Afterwords: an introduction to Arthur Danto's philosophies of history and art - P.1-29

2. Mitrovic B. Intellectual history, inconceivability, and methodological holism - P.29-48


Vol. 47 N 1 2008

1.Thompsom K. Historicity and Transcendality: Foucault, Cavailles, and the Phenomenology of the Concept - P.1


2. Carr D. Narrative Explanation and Its Malcontent - P.19

3. Stueber K. R. Reasons, Generalizations, Empathy, and Narratives: The Epistemic Structure of Action Explanation - P.31

4. Forland T. E. Mentality as a Social Emergent: Can the Zeitgeist Have Explanatory Power? - P.44

5. Roth P. A Three Dogmas (More or Less) of Explanation - P.57


Vol. 47 N 2 2008

1. Bevernage B. Time, Presence, and Historical Injustice - P.149

2. Van Bouwel J. and Weber E. A Pragmatist Defence of Non-Relativistic Explanatory Pluralism in History and Social Science - P.168

3. Hammer C. Explication, Explanation, and History - P.183

4. Cheng E. Ka-May. Exceptional History? The Origins of Historiography in the United States - P.200


Vol. 47 N 3 2008

1. Crane S. A. Choosing Not to Look: Representation, Repatriation, and Holocaust Atrocity Photography - P.309

2. Kasabova A. Memory, Memorials, and Commemoration - P.331

3. Kuukkanen J. M. Making Sense of Conceptual Change - P.351

4. Hesketh I. Diagnosing Froude's Disease: Boundary Work and the Discipline of History in Late-Victorian Britain - P.373


Vol. 47 N 4 2008 

1. Forland T. E. Acts of God? Miracles and Scientific Explanation - P. 483

2. Gregory B. S. No Room for God? History, Science, Metaphysics and the Study of Religion - P. 495

3. Forland T. E. Historiography without God: A Reply to Gregory - P. 520


Vol. 48 N 1 2009 

1. Smith S. G. Historical Meaningfulness in Shared Action - P.1

2. Baets A. De, The Impast of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the Study of History - P.20

3. Thurner M. The Founding Abyss of Colonial History: Or ``The Origin and Principle of the Name of Pery`` - P.44


Vol. 48 N 2 2009 

Theme issue 47 

1. Classen C. and Kansteiner W. Truth and Authenticity in Contemporary Historical Culture: An Introduction to Historical Representation and Historical Truth - P.1

2. Rigney A. All This Happened, More or Less: What a Novelist Made of the Bombing of Dresden - P. 5

3. Kansteiner W. Success, Truth, and Modernism in Holocaust Historiography: Reading Saul Friedlander  Trirty-Five Years after the Publication of Metahistory - P.25

4. Keilbach J. Photographs, Symbolic Images, and the Holocaust: On the (Im)possibility of Depicting Historical Truth - P.54

5. Classen C. Balanced Truth: Steven Spielberg`s Schindler`s List among History, Memory, and Popular Culture - P.77

6. Fogu C. Digitalizing Historical Consciousness - P.103

7. Carbonell B. M. The Syntax of Objects and the Representation of History: Speaking of Slavery in New York - P.122 

Vol 48 N 3 2009

1. Curran A. Rethinking race history: The role of the Albino in the French Enlightenment life sciences. - p. 151-179.

2. Mitrovic B. Intentionalism, intentionality, and reporting beliefs. - p. 180-198.


3. Confino A. Narrative form and historical sensation: on Saul Friedlander's The years of Extermination. - p. 199-219.

4. Goldberg A. The victim's voice and melodramatic aesthetics in history. - p. 220-237.

5. Browning C. R. Evocation, analysis, and the "Crisis of Liberalism". - 238-247.


Vol 48 N 4 2009- Theme issue: Photography and Historical Interpretation.

Vol 49 N 1 2010

1. RUNIA, EELCO Into cleanness leaping: the vertiginous urge to commit history. - pp. 1-20(20) 
2. KAUKUA, JARI; LÄHTEENMÄKI, VILI Subjectivity as a non-textual standard of interpretation in the history of philosophical psychology. - pp. 21-37(17)

3. KAYE, SIMON T. Challenging certainty: the utility and history of counterfactualism. - pp. 38-57(20)

Vol 49 N 2 2010

1. LANG, BEREL  Six Questions on (or about) Holocaust Denial. - p. 157-168
2. PAUL, HERMAN Who Suffered From the Crisis of Historicism? A Dutch Example. - p. 169-193
3. PALTI, ELÍAS JOSÉ  From Ideas to Concepts to Metaphors: The German Tradition of Intellectual History and the Complex Fabric of Language. - p. 194-211
4. HOFFMANN, STEFAN-LUDWIG  Koselleck, Arendt, and the Anthropology of Historical Experiences. - p. 212-236

Vol 49 N 2 2010

1.JONAS GRETHLEIN Experientiality and Narrative Reference, with Thanks to Thucydides. - p. 315-335.
2. HUAIYIN LI From Revolution to Modernization: The Paradigmatic Transition in Chinese Historiography in the Reform Era. - p. 336-360.
3. BENJAMIN ALDES WURGAFT The Uses of Walter: Walter Benjamin and the Counterfactual Imagination. - p. 361-383. 
4. ANDREW LINKLATER and STEPHEN MENNELL, Norbert Elias The Civilizing Process: Sociogenetic and Psychogenetic Investigations An Overview and Assessment. - p. 384-411. 

Vol 49 2010

Theme Issue: The next Fifty Years

BRIAN FAY, History and Theory: The Next Fifty Years / DAVID CHRISTIAN, The Return of Universal History / NOËL BONNEUIL, The Mathematics of Time in History / EELCO RUNIA, Crossing the Wires in the Pleasure Machine: Lenin and the Emergence of Historical Discontinuity / AVIEZER TUCKER, Where Do We Go from Here? Jubilee Report on History and Theory / CAROLYN J. DEAN, Minimalism and Victim Testimony / ANN RIGNEY, When the Monograph is No Longer the Medium: Historical Narrative in the Online Age / SANJAY SUBRAHMANYAM, Intertwined Histories: Crónica and Tarikh in the Sixteenth-Century Indian Ocean World / WILLIAM H. SEWELL, JR., A Strange Career: The Historical Study of Economic Life.

Vol 50 N 1 2011

1. PAUL, HERMAN Performing History: How Historical Scholarship is Shaped by Epistemic Virtues. - p. 1-19.
2. FORCE, PIERRE The Teeth of Time: Pierre Hadot on Meaning and Misunderstanding in the History of Ideas. - p. 20-40.

3. NEEM, JOHANN N. American History in a Global Age. - p. 41-70.

4. LACAPRA, DOMINICK Historical and Literary Approaches to the Final Solution: Saul Friedländer and Jonathan Littell. - 71-97.

Vol 50 N 2 2011

1. PARKER  HOLT N.  Toward a Definition of Popular Culture. - p. 147-170. 
2. SALMI  HANNU  Cultural History, the Possible, and the Principle of Plenitude. - p.  171-187.
Forum: Doing Decentered History
3. DAVIS NATALIE ZEMON Decentering History: Local Stories and Cultural Crossings in a Global World. - p. 188-202.
4. SCOTT JOAN W.  Storytelling. - p. 203-209.
5. SMITH  BONNIE G.  Decentered Identities: The Case of the Romantics. - p. 210-219.
6. ABULAFIA DAVID Mediterranean History as Global History. - p.  220-228.
Forum: On W. G. Runcimans The Theory of Cultural and Social Selection
7. STUART-FOX  MARTIN  Constructing a Selectionist Paradigm. - p. 229-242.
8. POMPER PHILIP Once Again, with More Feeling. - p.  243-253.

Vol 50 N 3 2011

1. BRANKO MITROVIĆ Attribution of Concepts and Problems with Anachronism. - p. 303-327.
2. JEFFREY ANDREW BARASH Myth in History, Philosophy of History as Myth: On the Ambivalence of Hans Blumenbergs Interpretation of Ernst Cassirers Theory of Myth. - p. 328-340. 

3. CHUANFEI CHIN Margins and Monsters: How Some Micro Cases Lead To Macro Claims. - p. 341-357.
4. ADRIAN BLAU Uncertainty and the History of Ideas. - p. 358-372.
5. 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. - p. 373-389.

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