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The journal of modern history ()

Vol. 77, 3, 2005

 1. Bell D.S.A. Dissolving distance: Technology, space, and empire in British political thought, 1770-1990 P.523-562

2. Kaiser W. Cultural transfer of free trade at the World Exhibitions, 1851-1862 - P.563-590

3. Adamovsky E. Euro-orientalism and the making of the concept of Eastern Europe in France, 1810-1880 - P.591-628

4. Berger  St. A return to the national paradigm?: National history wtiting in Germany, Italy, France, and Britain from 1945 to the present - P.629-678

Review Articles 

1. Ferguson P. Eating orders: markets, menus, and meals - P.679-700

2. Jennings E.T. Visions and representations of French empire - P.701-721

3. Cardoza A.L. Recasting the Duce of the new century: Recent Scholarship on Mussolini and Italian fascism -P. 722-737

 

Vol. 78, 1, 2006

1. Hardwick J. Early modern perspectives on the long history of domestic violence: The case of Seventeenth-Century France - P.1-37

2. Hilliard Ch. Producers by hand and by brain: Working-class writers and left-wing publishers in 1930s Britain - P.37-65

3. Glassheim E. Ethnic cleansing, Communism, and environmental devastation in Czechoslovakia's borderlands, 1945-1989 - P.65-93

4. Wolff L. Revising Eastern Europe: Memory and the nation in recent historyography - P.93-119

5. Beecher J. and N. Fomichev V. French Socialism in Lenin's and Stalin's Moscow: David Riazanov and the French archive of the Marx-Engels Institute - P.119-144

 

Vol. 78, 2, 2006

1. Hanley S. The family, the state, and the law in seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century France: The political ideology of Male Right versus an early theory of Natural Rights - P.289-333

2. Weiner A. The empires pay a visit: Gulag returnees, East European rebellions, and Soviet frontier politics - P.333-377

3. Todorova M. The Mausoleum of Georgi Dimitrov as lieu de memoire - P.377-412

 

Vol. 78, 3, 2006

1. Gossman L. Imperial icon: the pergamon altar in Wilhelminian Germany - P.551-588

2. R. Grayzel S. "The souls of soldiers": civilians under fire in First World War France - P.588-623

3. Sartori A. The British empire and its liberal mission - P.623-643

4. Gregor N. Politics,culture, political culture: recent work on the Third Reich and its aftermath - P.643-684 

 

Vol. 78, 4, 2006

1. D. Heineman E. The economic miracle in the bedroom: big business and sexual consumption in reconstruction West Germany - P.846-878

Review Articles

1. Grew R. Expanding worlds of world history - P. 878-899

2. Lang M. Globalization and its history - P.899-932


Vol. 82, N 1, 2010

1. Sepinwall, Alyssa Goldstein Robespierre, Old Regime Feminist? Gender, the Late Eighteenth Century, and the French Revolution Revisited. - p. 1-29.
2. Beers, Laura Is This Man an Anarchist? Industrial Action and the Battle for Public Opinion in Interwar Britain. - p. 30-60.

3. Föllmer, Moritz Was Nazism Collectivistic? Redefining the Individual in Berlin, 19301945. - p. 61-100.
4. Dejung, Christof  Switzerland must be a special democracy: Sociopolitical Compromise, Military Comradeship, and the Gender Order in 1930s and 1940s Switzerland. - p. 101-126.
5. Trivellato, Francesca Renaissance Italy and the Muslim Mediterranean in Recent Historical Work. - p. 127-155.


Vol. 82, N 2, 2010

1. Riall, Lucy Martyr Cults in Nineteenth-Century Italy. - p.  255-287.
2. Zimmer, Oliver Beneath the Culture War: Corpus Christi Processions and Mutual Accommodation in the Second German Empire. - p.  288-334.
3. Pack, Sasha D. Revival of the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela: The Politics of Religious, National, and European Patrimony, 18791988. - p.  335-367.
4. Coleman, Charly Resacralizing the World: The Fate of Secularization in Enlightenment Historiography. - p.  368-395.
5. Patch, William The Catholic Church, the Third Reich, and the Origins of the Cold War: On the Utility and Limitations of Historical Evidence. - p. 396-433. 


Vol. 82, No. 3 2010

1. Blaufarb, Rafe Conflict and Compromise: Communauté and Seigneurie in Early Modern Provence. - pp. 519-545.

2. Vick, Brian Liberalism, Nationalism, and Gender Dichotomy in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Germany: The Contested Case of German Civil Law. - pp. 546-584.

3. Behrent, Michael C. Accidents Happen: François Ewald, the Antirevolutionary Foucault, and the Intellectual Politics of the French Welfare State. - pp. 585-624.


Vol. 82, No. 4 2010

1. Patrick Singy The Popularization of Medicine in the Eighteenth Century: Writing, Reading, and Rewriting Samuel Auguste Tissot's Avis au peuple sur sa santé. - pp. 769-800.
2. Robert Beachy The German Invention of Homosexuality. - pp. 801-838.
3. Deborah R. Coen Climate and Circulation in Imperial Austria. - pp. 839-875.
4. Lars Fischer The Non-Jewish Question and Other Jewish Questions in Modern Germany (and Austria). - pp. 876-901.


Vol. 83, N 1 2011

1. John F. Padgett, Paul D. McLean Economic Credit in Renaissance Florence. - pp. 1-47.
2. Jo Fox Propaganda and the Flight of Rudolf Hess, 194145. - pp. 78-110.
3. Franz A. J. Szabo Changing Perspectives on the Revolutionary Emperor: Joseph II Biographies since 1790. - pp. 111-138.


Vol. 83, N 2 2011

1. Larry Eugene Jones Franz von Papen, Catholic Conservatives, and the Establishment of the Third Reich, 19331934 . - pp. 272-318.
2. Dario Gaggio Before the Exodus: The Landscape of Social Struggle in Rural Tuscany, 19441960 . - pp. 319-345.
3. Michael P. Breen Law, Society, and the State in Early Modern France . - pp. 346-386.


Vol. 83, N 3 2011

1. Robert Gerwarth, John Horne Vectors of Violence: Paramilitarism in Europe after the Great War, 19171923. - pp. 489-512.
2. Stephen L. Harp Demanding Vacation au naturel: European Nudism and Postwar Municipal Development on the French Riviera. - pp. 513-543.
3. Richard Bourke Languages of Conflict and the Northern Ireland Troubles. - pp. 544-578.
4. Jan Rüger Revisiting the Anglo-German Antagonism. - pp. 579-617.


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