Volumes 46-50, 2007-2011

This page contains links to tables of contents  for issues dated 2007-2011 (volumes 46-50). Links to the full-text versions in the JSTOR Archive and on Wiley Online Library are provided as well, when available.

PDF versions of quinquennial indexes are available (Adobe Acrobat Reader required):

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 2011, Theme Issue 50 || To Theme Issues List || Top

Historical Distance: Reflections on a Metaphor
edited by Jaap den Hollander, Herman Paul, and Rik Peters

Articles:

JAAP DEN HOLLANDER, HERMAN PAUL, and RIK PETERS, Introduction The Metaphor of Historical Distance || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK SALBER PHILLIPS, Rethinking Historical Distance: From Doctrine to Heuristic || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK BEVIR, Why Historical Distance is not a Problem || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HANS KELLNER, Beyond the Horizon: Chronoschisms and Historical Distance || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAAP DEN HOLLANDER, Contemporary History and the Art of Self-Distancing || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EUGEN ZELEŇÁK, Indirect Reference and the Creation of Distance in History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHINATSU KOBAYASHI and MATHIEU MARION, Gadamer and Collingwood on Temporal Distance and Understanding || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HERMAN PAUL, Distance and Self-Distanciation: Intellectual Virtue and Historical Method around 1900 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RIK PETERS, Constitutional Interpretation: A View from a Distance || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

FRANK ANKERSMIT, The Transfiguration of Distance into Function || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

October 2011 || Top

Articles:   

BRANKO MITROVIĆ, Attribution of Concepts and Problems with Anachronism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JEFFREY ANDREW BARASH, Myth in History, Philosophy of History as Myth: On the Ambivalence of Hans Blumenberg’s Interpretation of Ernst Cassirer’s Theory of Myth || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHUANFEI CHIN, Margins and Monsters: How Some Micro Cases Lead To Macro Claims || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ADRIAN BLAU, Uncertainty and the History of Ideas || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

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 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article: 

JOHN H. ZAMMITO, History/Philosophy/Science: Some Lessons for Philosophy of History (on Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, On Historicizing Epistemology: An Essay) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:   

CONSTANTIN FASOLT on Kathleen Davis, Periodization and Sovereignty: How Ideas of Feudalism and Secularization Govern the Politics of Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARTIN JAY on Richard J. Bernstein. The Pragmatic Turn and Colin Koopman, Pragmatism as Transition: Historicity and Hope in James, Dewey, and Rorty || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CAROLYN STEEDMAN on Unsettling History: Archiving and Narrating in Historiography. Edited with Introduction by Sebastian Jobs and Alf Lüdtke || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

May 2011 || Top

Articles:

HOLT N. PARKER, Toward a Definition of Popular Culture || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HANNU SALMI, Cultural History, the Possible, and the Principle of Plenitude || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Doing Decentered History

NATALIE ZEMON DAVIS, Decentering History: Local Stories and Cultural Crossings in a Global World || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOAN W. SCOTT, Storytelling || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BONNIE G. SMITH, Decentered Identities: The Case of the Romantics || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID ABULAFIA, Mediterranean History as Global History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: On W. G. Runciman’s The Theory of Cultural and Social Selection

MARTIN STUART-FOX, Constructing a Selectionist Paradigm || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PHILIP POMPER, Once Again, with More Feeling || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:   

CHARLES BAMBACH on David Couzens Hoy, The Time of Our Lives: A Critical History of Temporality || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOSEF CHYTRY on Kevin Starr, Golden Dreams: California in an Age of Abundance 1950–1963 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library || Corrigenda

BEREL LANG on Marc Nichanian, The Historiographic Perversion and Larry May, Genocide: A Normative Account || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2011 || Top

Articles:

HERMAN PAUL, Performing History: How Historical Scholarship is Shaped by Epistemic Virtues || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PIERRE FORCE, The Teeth of Time: Pierre Hadot on Meaning and Misunderstanding in the History of Ideas || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHANN N. NEEM, American History in a Global Age || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Second Annual History and Theory Lecture:

DOMINICK LACAPRA, Historical and Literary Approaches to the “Final Solution”: Saul Friedländer and Jonathan Littell || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

PATRICK H. HUTTON on Paul Connerton, How Modernity Forgets || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HLONIPHA MOKOENA on Premesh Lalu, The Deaths of Hintsa: Postapartheid South Africa and the Shape of Recurring Pasts || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANDREW BAIRD on Giacomo Marramao, Towards an Ontology of “Due Time” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2010, Theme Issue 49 || To Theme Issues List || Top

BRIAN FAY, History and Theory: The Next Fifty Years || no abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID CHRISTIAN, The Return of Universal History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

NOËL BONNEUIL, The Mathematics of Time in History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EELCO RUNIA, Crossing the Wires in the Pleasure Machine: Lenin and the Emergence of Historical Discontinuity || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AVIEZER TUCKER, Where Do We Go from Here? Jubilee Report on History and Theory || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CAROLYN J. DEAN, Minimalism and Victim Testimony || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANN RIGNEY, When the Monograph is No Longer the Medium: Historical Narrative in the Online Age || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SANJAY SUBRAHMANYAM, Intertwined Histories: Crónica and Tarikh in the Sixteenth-Century Indian Ocean World || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WILLIAM H. SEWELL, JR., A Strange Career: The Historical Study of Economic Life || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2010 || Top

Articles:

JONAS GRETHLEIN, Experientiality and “Narrative Reference,” with Thanks to Thucydides || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HUAIYIN LI, From Revolution to Modernization: The Paradigmatic Transition in Chinese Historiography in the Reform Era || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BENJAMIN ALDES WURGAFT, The Uses of Walter: Walter Benjamin and the Counterfactual Imagination || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Retrospective:

ANDREW LINKLATER and STEPHEN MENNELL, Norbert Elias, The Civilizing Process: Sociogenetic and Psychogenetic Investigations— An Overview and Assessment || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

WILLIAM M. REDDY on Daniel Lord Smail, On Deep History and the Brain || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RAYMOND MARTIN on Allan Megill, Historical Knowledge, Historical Error: A Contemporary Guide to Practice || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HARRY HAROOTUNIAN on Christopher L. Hill, National History and the World of Nations: Capital, State, and the Rhetoric of History in Japan, France, and the United States || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2010 || Top

Articles:

BEREL LANG, Six Questions on (or about) Holocaust Denial || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HERMAN PAUL, Who Suffered From the Crisis of Historicism? A Dutch Example || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELÍAS JOSÉ PALTI, From Ideas to Concepts to Metaphors: The German Tradition of Intellectual History and the Complex Fabric of Language || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEFAN-LUDWIG HOFFMANN, Koselleck, Arendt, and the Anthropology of Historical Experiences || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Interview:

JAN PLAMPER, The History of Emotions: An Interview with William Reddy, Barbara Rosenwein, and Peter Stearns || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ANDRÉ DU TOIT on Hans Erik Stolten, ed., History Making and Present Day Politics: The Meaning of Collective Memory in South Africa || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

NITZAN LEBOVIC on Tyrus Miller, ed., Given World and Time: Temporalities in Context || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN ZAMMITO on Jonathan Gorman, Historical Judgement: The Limits of Historiographical Choice || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ROBERT C. WILLIAMS on Aviezer Tucker, ed., A Companion to the Philosophy of History and Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2010 || Top

Articles:

EELCO RUNIA, Into Cleanness Leaping: The Vertiginous Urge to Commit History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JARI KAUKUA and VILI LÄHTEENMÄKI, Subjectivity as a Non-Textual Standard of Interpretation in the History of Philosophical Psychology || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SIMON T. KAYE, Challenging Certainty: The Utility and History of Counterfactualism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ZHANG LONGXI, The True Face of Mount Lu: On the Significance of Perspectives and Paradigms || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

First Annual History and Theory Lecture:

CARLO GINZBURG, The Letter Kills: On Some Implications of 2 Corinthians 3:6 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

MICHAEL S. ROTH on Georges Didi-Huberman, Images in Spite of All: Four Photographs from Auschwitz, and Michael Fried, Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATT K. MATSUDA on Vera Schwarcz, Place and Memory in the Singing Crane Garden || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RIK PETERS on David D. Roberts, Historicism and Fascism in Modern Italy || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEPHEN BANN on Jean-Louis Schefer, L’Hostie profanée: Histoire d’une fiction théologique (Broché) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID CARRIER on Lydia Goehr, Elective Affinities: Musical Essays on the History of Aesthetic Theory || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOAN W. SCOTT on Stanley Fish, Save the World on Your Own Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2009, Theme Issue 48 || To Theme Issues List || Top

Photography and Historical Interpretation

edited by Jennifer Tucker

Introduction:

JENNIFER TUCKER, in collaboration with TINA CAMPT, “Entwined Practices: Engagements with Photography in Historical Inquiry” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Dialogues:

MARIANNE HIRSCH and LEO SPITZER, “Incongruous Images: 'Before, During, and After' the Holocaust” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEOFFREY BATCHEN, “Seeing and Saying: A Response to ‘Incongruous Images’” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PATRICIA HAYES, “Santu Mofokeng, Photographs: ‘The Violence is in the Knowing’” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID CAMPBELL, “’Black Skin and Blood’: Documentary Photography and Santu Mofokeng’s Critique of the Visualization of Apartheid South Africa” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ROBIN KELSEY, “Of Fish, Birds, Cats, Mice, Spiders, Flies, Pigs, and Chimpanzees: How Chance Casts the Historic Action Photograph into Doubt” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN TAGG, “Neither Fish nor Flesh” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Essays:

MICHAEL S. ROTH, “Photographic Ambivalence and Historical Consciousness” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEPHEN BANN, “’When I Was a Photographer’: Nadar and History” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LEIGH RAIFORD, “Photography and the Practices of Critical Black Memory” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELIZABETH EDWARDS, “Photography and the Material Performance of the Past” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JULIA ADENEY THOMAS, “The Evidence of Sight” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2009 || Top

Articles:

ANDREW CURRAN, “Rethinking Race History: The Role of the Albino in the French Enlightenment Life Sciences” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRANKO MITROVIC, “Intentionalism, Intentionality, and Reporting Beliefs” abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: On Saul Friedländer’s The Years of Extermination

ALON CONFINO, “Narrative Form and Historical Sensation: On Saul Friedländer’s The Years of Extermination” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AMOS GOLDBERG, “The Victim’s Voice and Melodramatic Aesthetics in History” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHRISTOPHER R. BROWNING, “Evocation, Analysis, and the ‘Crisis of Liberalism’” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

MARY R. LEFKOWITZ on Robert Strassler, ed., The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN E. TOEWS on Keith Jenkins, Sue Morgan, and Alun Munslow, eds., Manifestos for History || JSTOR ||Wiley Online Library

JAVED MAJEED on Sanjay Seth, Subject Lessons: The Western Education of Colonial India || and Michael S. Dodson, Orientalism, Empire, and National Culture: India 1770–1880 || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK S. CLADIS on William Gallois, Time, Religion and History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2009, Theme Issue 47 || To Theme Issues List || Top

Historical Representation and Historical Truth

edited by Wulf Kansteiner and Christoph Classen

CHRISTOPH CLASSEN and WULF KANSTEINER, Truth and Authenticity in Contemporary Historical Culture: An Introduction to Historical Representation and Historical Truth || no abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANN RIGNEY, All This Happened, More or Less: What a Novelist Made of the Bombing of Dresden || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WULF KANSTEINER, Success, Truth, and Modernism in Holocaust Historiography: Reading Saul Friedländer Thirty-Five Years after the Publication of Metahistory  || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JUDITH KEILBACH, Photographs, Symbolic Images, and the Holocaust: On the (Im)possibility of Depicting Historical Truth || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHRISTOPH CLASSEN, Balanced Truth: Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List among History, Memory, and Popular Culture || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CLAUDIO FOGU, Digitalizing Historical Consciousness || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BETTINA M. CARBONELL, The Syntax of Objects and the Representation of History: Speaking of Slavery in New York || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2009 || Top

Articles:

STEVEN G. SMITH, Historical Meaningfulness in Shared Action || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTOON DE BAETS, The Impact of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the Study of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK THURNER, The Founding Abyss of Colonial History: Or “The Origin and Principle of the Name of Peru” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Interview:

ERLEND ROGNE, The Aim of Interpretation is to Create Perplexity in the Face of the Real: Hayden White in Conversation with Erlend Rogne || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

MARTIN JAY on Charles Taylor, A Secular Age || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LLOYD KRAMER on Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Production of Presence: What Meaning Cannot Convey || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

NOËL BONNEUIL on David J. Staley, History and Future: Using Historical Thinking to Imagine the Future || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAMES CRACRAFT on Martin Malia, History’s Locomotives: Revolutions and the Making of the Modern World || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL PRINTY on Annabel Brett and James Tully, ed., Rethinking the Foundations of Modern Political Thought, and D. N. DeLuna, ed., The Political Imagination in History: Essays Concerning J. G. A. Pocock || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEORG G. IGGERS on Jörn Rüsen, ed., Meaning and Representation in History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GIUSEPPINA D'ORO on Karsten R. Stueber, Rediscovering Empathy: Agency, Folk Psychology, and the Human Sciences || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID KONSTAN on Salvatore Settis, The Future of the “Classical" || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2008 || Top

Forum: God, Science, and Historical Explanation

TOR EGIL FORLAND, Acts of God? Miracles and Scientific Explanation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRAD S. GREGORY, No Room for God? History, Science, Metaphysics, and the Study of Religion || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TOR EGIL FORLAND, Historiography without God: A Reply to Gregory || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Article:

DIRK WESTERKAMP, The Philonic Distinction: German Enlightenment Historiography of Jewish Thought || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

BERNHARD RIEGER on Alon Confino, Germany as a Culture of Memory: Promises and Limits of Writing History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ALEXANDRA GARBARINI on Wulf Kansteiner, In Pursuit of German Memory: History, Television, and Politics after Auschwitz || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PATRICK H. HUTTON on Jeffrey K. Olick, The Politics of Regret: On Collective Memory and Historical Responsibility || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DOYNE DAWSON on Luigi Loreto, Per la storia militare del mondo antico: Prospettive retrospettive || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MIGUEL A. CABRERA on Patrick Chabal and Jean-Pascal Daloz, Culture Troubles: Politics and the Interpretation of Meaning || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2008 || Top

Articles:

SUSAN A. CRANE, Choosing Not to Look: Representation, Repatriation, and Holocaust Atrocity Photography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANITA KASABOVA, Memory, Memorials, and Commemoration || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, Making Sense of Conceptual Change || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

IAN HESKETH, Diagnosing Froude’s Disease: Boundary Work and the Discipline of History in Late-Victorian Britain || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

CHRISTOPHER LLOYD on William H. Sewell Jr., The Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

MICHAEL S. ROTH on Richard Rorty, Philosophy as Cultural Politics: Philosophical Papers, Volume 4 || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

JÜRGEN KOCKA on Geoff Eley, A Crooked Line: From Cultural History to the History of Society || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

RICHARD H. KING on Jerrold Siegel, The Idea of the Self: Thought and Experience in Western Europe since the Seventeenth Century || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

WILLIAM H. KRIEGER on Peter Kosso, Knowing the Past: Philosophical Issues of History and Archaeology || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

JOSÉ CARLOS BERMEJO-BARRERA on Karl Ameriks, Kant and the Historical Turn: Philosophy as Critical Interpretation || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

LIONEL GOSSMAN on Anthony Grafton, What Was History? The Art of History in Early Modern Europe || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

ABDELMAJID HANNOUM on François Hartog, Régimes d’historicité: présentisme et expériences du temps || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2008 || Top

Articles:

BERBER BEVERNAGE, Time, Presence, and Historical Injustice || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JEROEN VAN BOUWEL and ERIK WEBER, A Pragmatist Defense of Non-Relativistic Explanatory Pluralism in History and Social Science || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CARL HAMMER, Explication, Explanation, and History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EILEEN KA-MAY CHENG, Exceptional History? The Origins of Historiography in the United States || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

GREGORY S. BROWN, Am “I” a “Post-Revolutionary Self”? Historiography of the Self in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

IRMLINE VEIT-BRAUSE on David Carr, Thomas R. Flynn, and Rudolf A. Makkreel, eds., The Ethics of History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

JÖRN RÜSEN on Finn Fuglestad, The Ambiguities of History: The Problem of Ethnocentrism in Historical Writing || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

SANFORD SHIEH on Michael Dummett, Truth and the Past || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

JOAN W. SCOTT on Judith M. Bennett, History Matters: Patriarchy and the Challenge of Feminism || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

RICHARD BIERNACKI on Charles Tilly, Why? || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

WARREN SCHMAUS on Michel Bourdeau, Les Trois États: Science, théologie, et métaphysique chez Auguste Comte || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WILLIAM H. MCNEILL on Cynthia Stokes Brown, Big History: From the Big Bang to the Present || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


February 2008 || Top

Article:

KEVIN THOMPSON, Historicity and Transcendality: Foucault, Cavaillès, and the Phenomenology of the Concept || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Historical Explanation

Edited by David Carr

DAVID CARR, Narrative Explanation and Its Malcontents || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

KARSTEN R. STUEBER, Reasons, Generalizations, Empathy, and Narratives: The Epistemic Structure of Action Explanation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TOR EGIL FORLAND, Mentality as a Social Emergent: Can the Zeitgeist Have Explanatory Power? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PAUL A. ROTH, Three Dogmas (More or Less) of Explanation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum:

Provincializing Europe

CAROLA DIETZE, Toward a History on Equal Terms: A Discussion of Provincializing Europe || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library || Provincializing Europe

DIPESH CHAKRABARTY, In Defense of Provincializing Europe: A Response to Carola Dietze || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

DAVID D. ROBERTS on Donald R. Kelley, Frontiers of History: Historical Inquiry in the Twentieth Century || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

VIRGINIA H. AKSAN on Gabriel Piterberg, An Ottoman Tragedy: History and Historiography at Play || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

DANIEL P. TOMPKINS on Mohammad Nafissi, Ancient Athens and Modern Ideology: Value, Theory and Evidence in Historical Sciences. Max Weber, Karl Polanyi and Moses Finley || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TYLER STOVALL on Peter Fritzsche, Stranded in the Present: Modern Time and the Melancholy of History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


December 2007, Theme Issue || To Theme Issues List || Top

Revision and History

Articles:

GABRIELLE M. SPIEGEL, Revising the Past / Revisiting the Present: How Change Happens in Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JONATHAN GORMAN, The Commonplaces of "Revision" and Their Implications for Historiographical Understanding || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

J. D. BRAW, Vision as Revision: Ranke and the Beginning of Modern History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARNIE HUGHES-WARRINGTON, The “Ins” and “Outs” of History: Revision as Non-Place || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SHEILA FITZPATRICK, Revisionism in Soviet History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GIORGOS ANTONIOU, The Lost Atlantis of Objectivity: The Revisionist Struggles between the Academic and Public Spheres || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ETHAN KLEINBERG, Haunting History: Deconstruction and the Spirit of Revision || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2007 || Top

Articles:

EELCO RUNIA, Burying the Dead, Creating the Past || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HANAN YORAN, Florentine Civic Humanism and the Emergence of Modern Ideology || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANNE MURPHY, History in the Sikh Past || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Textures of Time

Edited by Rama Mantena

SHELDON POLLOCK, Pretextures of Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHRISTOPHER CHEKURI, Writing Politics Back into History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RAMA MANTENA, The Question of History in Precolonial India || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

VELCHERU NARAYANA RAO, DAVID SHULMAN, and SANJAY SUBRAHMANYAM, A Pragmatic Response || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

PATRICK MANNING, William H. McNeill: Lucretius and Moses in World History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ETHAN KLEINBERG on Pierre Bouretz, Témoins du futur: philosophie et messianisme || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

ELI SAGAN on Rudolph Binion, Past Impersonal: Group Process in Human History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

DAVID CARRIER on Karen Lang, Chaos and Cosmos: On the Image in Aesthetics and Art History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


May 2007 || Top

Article:

THOMAS H. BROBJER, Nietzsche’s Relation to Historical Methods and Nineteenth-Century German Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Chinese and Western Historical Thinking

Edited by Jörn Rüsen

CHUN-CHIEH HUANG, The Defining Character of Chinese Historical Thinking || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JÖRN RÜSEN, Crossing Cultural Borders: How to Understand Historical Thinking in China and the West || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

F.-H. MUTSCHLER, Sima Qian and His Western Colleagues: On Possible Categories of Description || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Q. EDWARD WANG, Is There a Chinese Mode of Historical Thinking? A Cross-Cultural Analysis || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RANJAN GHOSH, India, itihasa, and Inter-historiographical Discourse || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MASAYUKI SATO, The Archetype of History in the Confucian Ecumene || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

HAYDEN WHITE, Guilty of History? The Longue Durée of Paul Ricoeur || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

GARY GUTTING on John Zammito, A Nice Derangement of Epistemes: Post-positivism in the Study of Science from Quine to Latour || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

TODD MAY on Ethan Kleinberg, Generation Existential: Heidegger’s Philosophy in France, 1927–1961 || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

ULRICH JOHANNES SCHNEIDER on Thomas R. Flynn, Sartre, Foucault, and Historical Reason (Volumes 1 and 2) || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

VERA SCHWARCZ on Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer, Achim Mittag, and Jörn Rüsen, eds., Historical Truth, Historical Criticism, and Ideology: Chinese Historiography and Historical Culture from a New Comparative Perspective || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

PRASENJIT DUARA on Frederick Cooper, Colonialism in Question: Theory, Knowledge, History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

CHARLES H. TILLY on Peter Burke, History and Social Theory, 2d ed. || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


February 2007 || Top

Articles:

LYDIA GOEHR, Afterwords: An Introduction to Arthur Danto’s Philosophies of History and Art || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRANKO MITROVIC, Intellectual History, Inconceivability, and Methodological Holism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

IAN K. STEELE on Bernard Bailyn, Atlantic History: Concept and Contours || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

JOEL MOKYR on Thomas P. Hughes, Human-Built World: How to Think about Technology and Culture || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

MICHAEL ROTH on F. R. Ankersmit, Sublime Historical Experience || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

MICHAEL ROTHBERG on Samuel Moyn, A Holocaust Controversy: The Treblinka Affair in Postwar France || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

WULF KANSTEINER on Theorizing Historical Consciousness, edited by Peter Seixas || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library