Volumes 51-55, 2012-2016

This page contains links to tables of contents  for issues dated 2012-2016 (volumes 51-55 ). Links to the full-text versions in the JSTOR Archive and on Wiley Online Library are provided as well, when available.

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Volumes 1-5 (1960-1966) || Volumes 6-10 (1966-1971)
Volumes 11-15 (1972-1976) || Volumes 16-20 (1977-1981)
Volumes 21-25 (1982-1986) || Volumes 26-30 (1982-1991)
Volumes 31-35 (1992-1996) || Volumes 36-40 (1997-2001)
Volumes 41-45 (2002-2006) || Volumes 46-50 (2007-2011)

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December 2016, Theme Issue 54 || Theme Issues List || Top

Words, Things, and Beyond: Foucault’s Les mots et les choses at 50

Articles:

Peter E. Gordon, "Introductory Remarks: Foucault’s Les mots et les choses at 50 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Béatrice Han-Pile, "Phenomenology and Anthropology in Foucault’s“Introduction to Binswanger’s Dream and Existence: A Mirror Image  The Order of Things?" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Jean-Claude Monod, "Vanishing Point: Les mots et les choses, History, and Diagnosis" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Nancy Partner, "Foucault’s Iconic Afterlife: The Posthumous Reach of Words and Things" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Gary Gutting, "The Politics of The Order of Things: Foucault, Sartre, and Deleuze" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

The Sixth Annual History and Theory Lecture:

Vincent Descombe, "The Order of Things: An Archeology of What?" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Frédéric Worms, "Unexpected and Vital Controversies: Foucault’s Les mots et les choses in Its Philosophical Moment and in Ours" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Julian Bourg, "Nature and the Irruptive Violence of History" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Ahmed Ragab,  "Monsters and Patients: An Archeology of Medicine, Islam, and Modernity" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Laura Stark, "Out of Their Depths: 'Moral Kinds' and the Interpretation of Evidence in Foucault’s Modern Episteme" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

October 2016 || Top

Articles:

William M. Reddy, "The Eurasian Origins of Empty Time and Space: Modernity as Temporality" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Jacob Denz, "Bondsmen and Slaves: Servile Histories in Hegel and Nietzsche" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Dominick LaCapra, "Trauma, History, Memory, Identity: What Remains?" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

Tracie Matysik on Knox Peden, Spinoza contra Phenomenology: French Rationalism from Cavaillès to Deleuze || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Joshua Kates on Mark Greif, The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America, 1933–1973  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Michael Behrent on Karl Polanyi, For a New West: Essays, 1919–1958 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

C. J. Fuller on Nicholas B. Dirks, Autobiography of an Archive: A Scholar’s Passage to India || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Nitzan Lebovic on Alexander Gelley, Benjamin’s Passages: Dreaming, Awakening || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

May 2016 || Top

Articles:

CHRISTOPHE BOUTON, The Critical Theory of History: Rethinking the Philosophy of History in the Light of Koselleck’s Work || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SJOERD GRIFFIOEN, Modernity and the Problem of its Christian Past: The Geistesgeschichten of Blumenberg, Berger, and Gauchet || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AXEL MICHAELS, MANIK BAJRACHARYA, NIELS GUTSCHOW, MADELEINE HERREN, BERND SCHNEIDMÜLLER, GERALD SCHWEDLER, and ASTRID ZOTTER, Nepalese History in a European Experience: A Case Study in Transcultural Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TAKASHI SHOGIMEN, On the Elusiveness of Context || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

NOËL BONNEUIL on William M. Reddy, The Making of Romantic Love: Longing and Sexuality in Europe, South Asia, and Japan, 900–1200 c || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PAUL A. ROTH on Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen, Postnarrativist Philosophy of Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JURANDIR MALERBA on Ignacio Olábarri Gortázar, Las vicisitudes de Clío (siglos XVIII–XXI): Ensayos historiográficos; Fernando Sánchez Marcos, Las huellas del futuro: Historiografía y cultura histórica en el siglo XX; and Jaume Aurell, Catalina Balmaceda, Peter Burke, and Felipe Soza, Comprender el pasado: Una historia de la escritura y el pensamiento histórico || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WOODRUFF D. SMITH on German Colonialism in a Global Age, edited by Bradley Naranch and Geoff Eley || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATTHEW GARRETT on Ten Books that Shaped the British Empire: Creating an Imperial Commons, edited by Antoinette Burton and Isabel Hofmeyr || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

February 2016 || Top

Articles:

KENAN VAN DE MIEROOP, On the Advantage and Disadvantage of Black History Month for Life: The Creation of the Post-Racial Era  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HÉLIO REBELLO CARDOSO, JR., Peirce and Foucault on Time and History: The Tasks of (Dis)continuity || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ARNALDO MOMIGLIANO, The Rules of the Game in the Study of Ancient History (translated by Kenneth W. Yu) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARGRIT PERNAU and IMKE RAJAMANI, Emotional Translations: Conceptual History beyond Language || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HARRY JANSEN, In Search of New Times: Temporality in the Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

JOHN E. TOEWS on The Sage Handbook of Historical Theory. Edited by Nancy Partner and Sarah Foot || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATTHEW SPECTER on Rethinking Modern European Intellectual History. Edited by Darrin M. McMahon and Samuel Moyn || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AVIEZER TUCKER on Richard C. Carrier, Proving History: Bayes’s Theorem and the Quest for the Historical Jesus || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRANKO MITROVIĆ on Tim Crane, Aspects of Psychologism and Crane, The Objects of Thought || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2015, Theme Issue 53 || Theme Issues List || Top

History and Theory in a Global Frame

Articles:

ETHAN KLEINBERG and WILLIAM R. PINCH, History and Theory in a Global Frame || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

NILS RIECKEN, History, Time, and Temporality in a Global Frame: Abdallah Laroui’s Historical Epistemology of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK THURNER, Historical Theory through a Peruvian Looking Glass || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

XUPENG ZHANG, In and Out of the West: On the Past, Present, and Future of Chinese Historical Theory  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DILIP M. MENON, Writing History in Colonial Times: Polemic and the Recovery of Self in Late Nineteenth-Century South India  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATEUS HENRIQUE DE FARIA PEREIRA, PEDRO AFONSO CRISTOVAO DOES SANTOS, and THIAGO LIMA NICODEMO, Brazilian Historical Writing in Global Perspective: On the Emergence of the Concept of "Historiography" || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHRISTOPHER CLEMENTS, Between Affect and History: Sovereignty and Ordinary Life at Akwesasne, 1929–1942 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RANJAN GHOSH, Rabindranath and Rabindranath Tagore: Home, World, History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2015 || Top

Articles:

BRANKO MITROVIĆ, Historical Understanding and Historical Interpretation as Contextualization || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BERBER BEVERNAGE, The Past Is Evil/Evil Is Past: On Retrospective Politics, Philosophy of History, and Temporal Manichaeism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PETER BAEHR, Stalinism in Retrospect: Hannah Arendt || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Foucault and Neoliberalism:

MATTHEW SPECTER, Introduction || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL C. BEHRENT, Can the Critique of Capitalism Be Antihumanist? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MITCHELL DEAN, Foucault Must Not Be Defended || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SERGE AUDIER,  Neoliberalism through Foucault’s Eyes || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

JAN E. GOLDSTEIN on Michael S. Roth, Memory, Trauma, and History: Essays on Living with the Past || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

VERA SCHWARCZ on Otto Dov Kulka, Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death: Reflections on Memory and Imagination, and Thomas Trezise, Witnessing Witnessing: On the Reception of Holocaust SurvivorTestimony  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WILLIAM JOHNSTON on Katsuya Hirano, The Politics of Dialogic Imagination: Power and Popular Culture in Early Modern Japan || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID P. JORDAN on Patrice Gueniffey, Bonaparte, 1769–1802 and Andrew Roberts, Napoleon, A Life || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2015 || Top

Forum: After Narrativism:

ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON and JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, Introduction: Assessing Narrativism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTON FROEYMAN, Never the Twain Shall Meet? How Narrativism and Experience Can Be Reconciled by Dialogical Ethics || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON, The Expression of Historical Experience || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARTIN NOSÁL, The Gadamerian Approach to the Relation between Experience and Language || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EUGEN ZELEŇÁK, Two Versions of a Constructivist View of Historical Work || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, Why We Need to Move from Truth-functionality to Performativity in Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Article:

JAUME AURELL, Making History by Contextualizing Oneself: Autobiography as Historiographical Intervention || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ISAAC ARIAIL REED on Bourdieu and Historical Analysis, ed. Philip S. Gorski || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PETER FENVES on Anthony K. Jensen, Nietzsche’s Philosophy of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID D. ROBERTS on Enciclopedia italiana di scienze, lettere ed arti: Il contributo italiano alla storia del pensiero, ottava appendice: Storia e politica, ed. Giuseppe Galasso || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2015 || Top

Articles:

HARRY JANSEN, Time, Narrative, and Fiction: The Uneasy Relationship between Ricoeur and a Heterogeneous Temporality || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATTHEW BUNN, Reimagining Repression: New Censorship Theory and After || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAMES CRACRAFT, History as Philosophy || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GUIDO VANHEESWIJCK,  Does History Matter?  Charles Taylor on the Transcendental Validity of Social Imaginaries || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

MARGRIT PERNAU on Fear across the Disciplines, ed. Jan Plamper and Benjamin Lazier, and Facing Fear: The History of an Emotion in Global Perspective, ed. Michael Laffan and Max Weiss || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HARRY HAROOTUNIAN on Kojin Karatani, The Structure of World History: From Modes of Production to Modes of Exchange || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JÖRN RÜSEN on Johannes Rohbeck, Zukunft der Geschichte: Geschichtsphilosophie und Zukunftsethik  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEPHEN LEACH on Rik Peters, History as Thought and Action: The Philosophies of Croce, Gentile, de Ruggiero and Collingwood || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SANJAY SUBRAHMANYAM on Global Intellectual History, ed. Samuel Moyn and Andrew Sartori || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JÜRGEN OSTERHAMMEL on Kris Manjapra, Age of Entanglement: German and Indian Intellectuals across Empire || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2014 || Top

Article:

ALEXANDRA LIANERI, A Regime of Untranslatables: Temporalities of Translation and Conceptual History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Multiple Temporalities:

HELGE JORDHEIM,  Introduction: Multiple Times and the Work of Synchronization || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SHAHZAD BASHIR, On Islamic Time: Rethinking Chronology in the Historiography of Muslim Societies || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEFAN HELGESSON, Radicalizing Temporal Difference: Anthropology, Postcolonial Theory, and Literary Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEOFFREY C. BOWKER, All Together Now: Synchronization, Speed, and the Failure of Narrativity || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LUCIAN HÖLSCHER, Time Gardens: Historical Concepts in Modern Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

CAROLYN J. DEAN on Amir Eshel, Futurity: Contemporary Literature and the Quest for the Past || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ALEXANDRA LIANERI on Breaking up Time: Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future, ed. Chris Lorenz and Berber Bevernage || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAŁ CHOPTIANY on Henricus Glareanus’s (1488–1563) Chronologia of the Ancient World: A Facsimile Edition of a Heavily Annotated Copy Held in Princeton University Library. Introduction and transcription by Anthony T. Grafton and Urs B. Leu || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


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


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


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


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

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

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

February 2013 || Top

Article:

DAVID L. MARSHALL, The Implications of Robert Brandom’s Inferentialism for Intellectual History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Fifth Annual History and Theory Lecture:  

MARTIN JAY, Intention and Irony: The Missed Encounter between Hayden White and Quentin Skinner || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Book Forum: Pekka Hämäläinen’s The Comanche Empire   

BRIAN GRATTON, Introduction || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOSH REID, Indigenous Power in The Comanche Empire|| abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

KARL JACOBY, Indigenous Empires and Native Nations: Beyond History and Ethnohistory in Pekka Hämäläinen’s The Comanche Empire || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN TUTINO, Globalizing the Comanche Empire || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RACHEL ST. JOHN, Imperial Spaces in Pekka Hämäläinen’s The Comanche Empire|| abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PEKKA HÄMÄLÄINEN, What’s in a Concept? The Kinetic Empire of the Comanches || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays: 

BRIAN FAY on Espen Hammer, Philosophy and Temporality from Kant to Critical Theory || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ALLAN MEGILL on Dominick LaCapra, History and Its Limits: Human, Animal, Violence || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PAUL A. ROTH on Hayden White, The Fiction of Narrative: Essays on History, Literature, and Theory 1957–2007, edited with an introduction by Robert Doran || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

December 2012, Theme Issue 51 || To Theme Issues List || Top

Tradition and History

Articles:

ETHAN KLEINBERG, Introduction: The “Trojan Horse” of Tradition || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEORGIA WARNKE, Solidarity and Tradition in Gadamer’s Hermeneutics || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SOR-HOON TAN, The Pragmatic Confucian Approach to Tradition in Modernizing China || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JÖRN RÜSEN, Tradition: A Principle of Historical Sense-Generation and Its Logic and Effect in Historical Culture || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PHILIP POMPER, The Evolution of the Russian Tradition of State Power || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN MAKEHAM, Disciplining Tradition in Modern China: Two Case Studies || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

HANGSHENG ZHENG, On Modernity’s Changes to “Tradition”: A Sociological Perspective || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ETHAN KLEINBERG , Back to Where We’ve Never Been: Heidegger, Levinas, and Derrida on Tradition and History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

October 2012 || Top

Articles:  

PAUL A. ROTH, The Pasts || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, The Missing Narrativist Turn in the Historiography of Science  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PETER BAEHR and GORDON C. WELLS, Debating Totalitarianism: An Exchange of Letters between Hannah Arendt and Eric Voegelin  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ELIZABETH DEEDS ERMARTH on Hélène Bowen Raddeker, Sceptical History: Feminist and Postmodern Approaches in Practice, and SANDE COHEN, History Out of Joint: Essays on the Use and Abuse of History  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN E. TOEWS on Martin Jay, Essays from the Edge: Parerga & Paralipomena  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CESARE CUTTICA on Political Concepts and Time: New Approaches to Conceptual History. Edited by Javier Fernández Sebastián  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GABRIELLE M. SPIEGEL on Carolyn J. Dean, Aversion and Erasure: The Fate of the Victim after the Holocaust  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JEFFREY ANDREW BARASH on Peter E. Gordon, Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, Davos  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTOON DE BAETS on Samuel Moyn, The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History; Bruce Mazlish, The Idea of Humanity in a Global Era; and
Lynn Hunt,
Inventing Human Rights: A History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WILLIAM H. SEWELL, JR., on Francesco Boldizzoni, The Poverty of Clio: Resurrecting Economic History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

May 2012 || Top

Articles:   

HELGE JORDHEIM, Against Periodization: Koselleck’s Theory of Multiple Temporalities || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BERT LEURIDAN and ANTON FROEYMAN, On Lawfulness in History and Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MONIQUE SCHEER, Are Emotions a Kind of Practice (and Is That What Makes Them Have a History)? A Bourdieuian Approach to Understanding Emotion || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:   

FRANK BIESS, Thinking after Hitler: The New Intellectual History of the Federal Republic of Germany (on A. Dirk Moses, German Intellectuals and the Nazi Past and eight other books) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:   

HENNING TRÜPER on Humanism in Intercultural Perspective: Experiences and Expectations. Edited by Jörn Rüsen and Henner Laass || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

KNOX PEDEN on Stefanos Geroulanos, An Atheism that is Not Humanist Emerges in French Thought || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JENNI TYYNELÄ and TIM  DE MEY on Lubomír Doležel, Possible Worlds of Fiction and History: The Postmodern Stage || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ERIK GRIMMER-SOLEM on Sebastian Conrad, The Quest for the Lost Nation: Writing History in Germany and Japan in the American Century || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ZENONAS NORKUS on Idealization XIII: Modeling in History (Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, vol. 97). Edited by Krzysztof Brzechczyn || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

February 2012 ||  Top

Articles:

VERÓNICA TOZZI, The Epistemic and Moral Role of Testimony || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

COLIN F. WILDER, Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks: Four Motifs of Legal Change from Early Modern Europe || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MALCOLM THOMPSON, Foucault, Fields of Governability, and the Population–Family–Economy Nexus in China  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Third Annual History and Theory Lecture:

JOAN W. SCOTT, The Incommensurablity of Psychoanalysis and History  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

FRANK ANKERSMIT, The Dialectics of Jameson’s Dialectics (on Fredric Jameson, Valences of the Dialectic) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

GABRIEL MOTZKIN on Mark E. Blum, Continuity, Quantum, Continuum, and Dialectic: The Foundational Logics of Western Historical Thinking || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID CARRIER on James Elkins, Chinese Landscape Painting as Western Art History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PAUL A. ROTH on John R. Searle, Making the Social World: The Structure of Human Civilization  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library