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Volume 80, 2021/2
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32Essays: James Alexander, The History of Political Thought and the Incommensurability of Traditions; Abdullah Alobaid, Ambiguity as an Opportunity: The Role of Legal Theory as a Procedural Methodology for History; Jaume Aurell, The Historicity of Historical Genres; Martin Wiklund, A Historical Practical Past beyond Neo-Kantianism and Nietzs­cheanism. Ortega’s Razón Histórica as an Alternative Response to the Crisis of Historicism; Review essays: Robert Frost, Partisan Objectivity. Lewis Namier and the History of Eastern Europe; Book reviews: Giulia Lami on Taner Akçam, Killing Orders. Talat Pasha’s Telegrams and the Armenian Genocide (2018); Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 79, 2021/1
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Limits to the Freedom of Expression about the Past, Guest Editor Antoon De Baets: Antoon De Baets, Limits to the Freedom of Expression about the Past: An Introduction; Antoon De Baets, Memory and Tradition as Limits to the Freedom of Expression about History; Toby Mendel, Negotiating the Delicate Boundary between History and Hate Speech; Trudy Huskamp Peterson, The Fate of Seized Archives: Retained, Returned, Destroyed?; Nikolay Koposov, Memory Laws before ‘Memory Laws’; Luigi Cajani, History in the Dock: The Legal Approach to the Denial of Historical Crimes; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 78, 2020/2
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1989 revisited, Guest editor Guido Franzinetti: Guido Franzinetti, Introduction; Paulina Codogni, 1989 in Poland and Its Perception Thirty Years Later; Matthias Middell, 1989 in Germany: Legacy and Remembrance Thirty Years After; Muriel Blaive, History and Politics: Dealing with the Communist Past in the Post-1989 Czech Public Sphere; Rigels Halili, Annus Mirabilis or Annus Domini – 1989 and Its Legacy in the Balkans in a Comparative Perspective; Giulia Bassi, From ‘Supremacy’ to ‘Extinction’: Italian Communist Historio graphy and the Narratives on 1989; Guido Franzinetti, 1989 and the New Histories of the Twentieth Century; Review essays: Edward Jones Corredera, Who Is Afraid of Nationalism? The Temporal Turn and the Dustbin of Invented Traditions. Review of Power and Time: Temporalities in Conflict and the Making of History, ed. by Dan Edelstein, Stefanos Geroulanos and Natasha Wheatley (Chicago-London: University of Chicago Press, 2020); Jeremy Popkin reviews Antonino de Francesco, La Guerre de Deux Cents Ans. Une histoire des histoires de la Révolution française (Paris: Perrin, 2018); Frédéric Ieva reviews Lucien Febvre face à l’histoire, ed. by Marie Barral-Baron and Philippe Joutard (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2019); Matilde Cazzola reviews Jeffrey A. Auerbach, Imperial Boredom: Monotony and the British Empire (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018); Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 77, 2020/1
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Imperial Times. How Europe Used Time to Rule the World (XVIII-XIX Centuries): Matilde Cazzola, Edward Jones Corredera, Giulia Iannuzzi, and Guido G. Beduschi, Introduction. Imperial Times. Towards a History of Imperial Uses of Time; Essays: Guido G. Beduschi, “To Imitate the Ancients, Having Adopted the Corrections of the Moderns”. Scipione Maffei’s Consiglio politico; Giulia Iannuzzi, “This New and Unexampled Way of Writing the History of Future Times”. The Rise and Fall of Empires and the Acceleration of History in Samuel Madden’s Eighteenth-Century Memoirs from the Future; Edward Jones Corredera, Investing in the Enlightenment. The Financial Revolution and the Global Origins of the Enlightenment in the Spanish Empire; Matilde Cazzola, “Sometimes, the Past is the Present”. Electoral Reforms, the Working Classes, and the British Empire; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 76, 2019/2
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On historical facts: Edoardo Tortarolo, Where Is the Past Heading? Historical Facts and Historical Narrative; Thomas Y. Man, Truth in History and in Law: Fact-finding in Cross-disciplinary Context; Aviezer Tucker, The Generation of Probable Facts from Testimonies in Jurisprudence and Historiography; Berber Bevernage, Cleaning Up the Mess of Empire? Evidence, Time and Memory in ‘Historic Justice’ Cases Concerning the Former British Empire (2000-Present); Q. Edward Wang, Why Can’t Oral Testimonies Be Historical Facts? The Study of “Comfort Women” and Its Challenge to Modern Historiography; Essays: Eugenia Gay, History after Disaster. History Must Be True; Giulia Bassi, Political Tropes of the ICP in Party Discourse and Historiography. The Case of “Progressive Democracy”; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 75, 2019/1
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Essays: John Robertson, John Pocock's Histories of Political Thought; Matthias Middell, Georg G. Iggers and the Programme of a Critical History of Historiography; Lorenzo Ferrari, The Pursuit of Humanity's Inner Demons. The Reception of Norman Cohn's Intellectual Journey; Marie-Gabrielle Verbergt, Borgesian Dreams and Epistemic Nightmares: the Effects of Early Computer-Use on French Medievalists (1970-1995); Discussions and book reviews: Guido Franzinetti, Understanding Hobsbawm. On Richard J. Evans, Eric Hobsbawm: a Life in History (London: Little Brown, 2019); Giovanni Parmeggiani, rev. Dino Piovan, Tucidide in Europa. Storici e storiografia greca nell'età dello storicismo. Postfazione di Ugo Fantasia (Milano-Udine: Mimesis/Classici contro, 2018); Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 74, 2018/2
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The History and Cultures of Vigilance. Historicizing the Role of Private Attention in Society, edited by Arndt Brendecke and Paola Molino: Arndt Brendecke and Paola Molino, The Cultures of Vigilance. Historicizing the Role of Private Attention in Society. An Introduction; Arndt Brendecke, Attention and Vigilance as Subjects of Historiography. An Introductory Essay; Fernanda Alfieri, The Necessary Vigilance. Erring Consciences and Sensitive Bodies in Catholic Moral Theology (Fifteenth-Seventeenth Centuries); Paola Molino, "And if the librarian notices anything, he has to report it". Library Vigilance after the Printing Revolution; Hannes Ziegler, The Preventive Idea of Coastal Policing: Vigilance and Enforcement in the Eighteenth-Century British Customs; Bärbel Harju, "The right to be let alone": Privacy and Publicity in Late Nineteenth-Century America; Bernd Stiegler, Between Expectation and Event. Media Studies Perspectives on Vigilance Using the Example of Kathryn Bigelow's Film 'Zero Dark Thirty'; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 73, 2018/1
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Remembering Georg G. Iggers (1926-2017): Jürgen Kocka, From Germany to the USA and Back. In Remembrance of Georg G. Iggers; Q. Edward Wang, How do we Globalize the Study of Historiography? Reflections on the Legacy of Georg G. Iggers (1926-2017); Mario Kessler, Ilaria Scaglia, He Wu-yi, Personal Recollections; Filippo Chiocchetti, Yibo Zhang, Hanzhang Tu, Michael Antolovic, A Bibliography of Georg G. Iggers; Essays: Rolf Torstendhal, Explaining Evidence and the Revolution of Historiography from the Nineteen-Sixties to Nineteen-Ninety; Rolando Minuti, Comparatism and Oriental Idolatries in Cérémonies religieuses by Bernard and Picart (1723-1737); Guido Abbattista, The Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall and the Historical Identity of China in Asian and Global History; Review essays: Pasquale Palmieri, Interactions between Orality, Manuscript and Print Culture in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Recent Historiographical Trends; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 72, 2017/2
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Obituary: Georg G. Iggers (1926-2017); Davide Grippa, Passion and conscience. Federico Chabod historian of the nation: Introduction; I. The Schoolteachers' Nation: I. 1. Origins and Character of a 'Frontier' Identity; I. 2. Narrating the Nation in a Frontier Region : his High-School Teachers; I. 3. Historical Memory and Nationalist Sentiments in Chabod's 'Mentor': Pietro Egidi; II. Intellectual Networks, Ideas of the Nation and Uses of the Past in Gramsci and Gobetti's Turin: II. 1. Egidi, Chabod and the Gobetti Milieu's Idea of the Nation; II. 2. Narrating the Past and Concepts of the Nation in Chabod's Historical Writings from the 1920s; II. 3. Anti-Fascism and Historiography; II. 4. Historiography and Moral Sensibility: Chabod between Croce and Meinecke; III. Teaching and Historical Research in the Fascist Regime's Cultural Institutions: III. 1. The Fascist Assault on the Rivista storica italiana and Anti-Nationalist Renderings of the National Story; III. 2. Joining the Regime's Cultural Institutions : New Intellectual Networks and an Approach to Fascism; III. 3. Relations with Volpe and Fascism; III. 4. Chabod and Historiographical Debate on the Regime's Historical Institutions: New Sources and Interpretations; III. 5. Fascist Ideology and Historiography during Chabod's Working with the Istituto Storico Italiano per l'età Moderna e Contemporanea; IV. History as a Means of Building a National Identity: Conflict and Co-operation at the Enciclopedia italiana (1928-1941): IV. 1. The Enciclopedia italiana 'Mirror of the Nation': Moulding a Sense of Nationality; IV. 2. 'Revising' the Entries; IV. 3. Anti-Americanism; IV. 4. Political Thought and Historiography : Dissenting Voices; IV. 5. Resistance and Traces of Historiographical Nationalism; V. Teaching at the University: from Fascism to the Republic: V. 1. The High Water Mark of Support for the Regime: Teaching at the University of Perugia; V. 2. From Perugia to Milano : the First Signs of Dissent and the Beginnings of a New Historiography; V. 3. Milan to Rome : Refining an Original Historiographical Methodology; Review Essay: Irene Fattacciu, An Italian Perspective on New Opportunities and Challenges in Writing Global Histories of Consumer Habits; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 71, 2017/1
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Anna Maria Voci, Between History and Historiography. Ernst Schulin (12/10/1929-13/2/2017); Marco Fasolio, The Byzantine Aristocracy. Profile of a Historiographical Debate; Pärtel Piirimäe, Official Historiography and the State in Early Modern Europe; Sandro Landi, "Laissez écrire". The Call for a Free Trade of Ideas in Raynal's Histoire des deux Indes: a Long Enlightenment Belief; Paulo Teixeira Iumatti, Historiographical and Conceptual Exchange between Fernand Braudel and Caio Prado Jr. in the 1930s and 1940s: a Case of Unequal Positions in the Intellectual Space between Brazil and France; Jonas Ahlskog, The Evidential Paradigm in Modern History; Review essays: Guido Franzinetti, Franco Venturi in Retrospect; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 70, 2016/2
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Eiji Takemura, Confucian Origins of Modern Japanese Evidential Scholarship; Judith Fröhlich, The Age of Revolution and the Historical Writing of Japan; Ferdinando Fasce, Fifty Years On. Italian Historians of the United States and Italian History, Culture, and Public Life, 1960-2010; Rodrigo Díaz-Maldonado, National Identity Building in Mexican Historiography during the Nineteenth century. An Attempt at Synthesis; Harry Jansen, Rethinking Burckhardt and Huizinga. A Transformation of Temporal Images; Marco Platania, The "Dialectic" of the Histoire des Deux Indes: Criticism and Propaganda of the French Expansion into the East Indies; Edoardo Tortarolo, What Globality? An Italian Perspective on the 22nd International Congress (CISH) in Jinan (August 23-28, 2015); Guido Samarani, Revisiting Thirty Years of Chinese Historical Studies; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 69, 2016/1
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Writing History in Exile. Stefan Berger and Antoon De Baets, Reflections on Exile Historiography; Antoon De Baets, Plutarch's Thesis: the Contribution of Refugee Historians to Historical Writing (1945-2015); Peter Burke, Silver Lining: on Some Intellectual Benefits of Exile; Ragnar Björk, Re-Embedding the Historian: German-Language Refugee Scholars in Scandinavia, 1933-1945; Joseba Agirreazkuenaga, Reinterpreting the Basque Past in Exile: Scholars, Narratives and Agendas (1936-1977); Edoardo Tortarolo, Salvemini: an Italian Historian as Political Refugee; Pablo Buchbinder, Argentine Historians in Exile: Emilio Ravignani and José Luis Romero in Uruguay (1948-1954); Volodymyr Kravchenko, Ukrainian Historical Writing in Canada after the Second World War; Marek Tamm, Displaced History? A New "Regime of Historicity" among the Baltic Historians in Exile (1940s-1960s); Xin Fan, The Anger of Ping-Ti Ho: the Chinese Nationalism of a Double Exile; Georg G. Iggers, An Afterword; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 68, 2015/2
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Archives And the Writing of History. Georg G. Iggers, Foreword; Part I. Scholarly Practices in the Archives,1500–1800. Filippo de Vivo, Maria Pia Donato, Scholarly Practices in the Archives, 1500–1800. Introduction; Fabien Montcher, Archives and Empire: Scholarly Archival Practices, Royal Historiographers and Historical Writing across the Iberian Empire (Late 16th and Early 17th Century); Fabio Antonini, "Kept within their Chests for the Benefit of their Histories": Archival Reform and the Rise of Historical Scholarship amongst the State Records of Early Modern Venice; Emmanuelle Chapron, The "Supplement to All Archives": the Bibliothèque Royale of Paris in the Eighteenth Century; Kasper Risbjerg Eskildsen, Relics of the Past: Antiquarianism and Archival Authority in Enlightenment Germany; Part II. Archives and History.Making Historical Knowledge in Europe During the Nineteenth Century. Philipp Müller, Introduction. Archives and History. Making Historical Knowledge in Europe during the Nineteenth Century; David Laven, Nineteenth–Century Historians and the Venetian Archivio di Stato: Memory and Rhythms of Historical Research; Pieter Huistra, Reproducers Anonymous. Copyists in Nineteenth–Century Historio– graphy; Henning Trüper, Autopsy and Heteropsy in Nineteenth–Century Aksumite Epigraphy; Regina F. Bendix, Archived and Archival Culture. Ethnographic Reflections on Archival Habits; Mario Wimmer, The Present as Future Past: Anonymous History of Historical Times; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 67, 2015/1
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New Themes in Latin American Historiography. Juan Maiguashca, New Social Orders, Local Knowledge and the Logic of Place in Spanish America, 1830-1930; Mark Thurner, An Old New World for the History of Historiography; Alan Durston, Indigenous Languages and the Historiography on Latin America; Margarita Garrido, Do Recognition and Moral Sentiments Have a Place in the Ana- lysis of Political Culture? Honor, Contempt, Resentment and Indignation in the Late Colonial Andean America; Carla Maria Carvalho de Almeida, Jurandir Malerba, Rediscovering Portuguese America: Internal Dynamics and New Social Actors in the Historiography of Colo- nial Brazil. A Tribute to Ciro Flamarion Cardoso; Felipe Soza, The Association of Chilean Historians in the United Kingdom, 1980-1989; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 66, 2014/2
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Pietro Rossi, History, Civilizations, Religion in Toynbee's Work: a Problematic Relationship; Torbjörn Gustafsson Chorell, A Sense of History: Piety and the Threat of Obliteration in Early Twentieth-Century Historiography; Mikel Urquijo, National Biography and National Memory in the Twenty-First Century; Sandro Landi, On Reading Locke: Habermas and the Law of Opinion; He Wu-yi, Raphael Samuel's Idea of People's History; Ronen Steinberg, Somber Historiographies: the French Revolution, the Holocaust and Alon Confino's Concept of Foundational Pasts; Maria Pia Casalena, Professionalization within Emancipation? Women and Risorgimento Studies in the First Half of Twentieth-Century Italy; Review articles: John G. A. Pocock on The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 3, 14001800, edited by José Rabasa, Masayuki Sato, Edoardo Tortarolo and Daniel Woolf: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. XXX-727; Fernando Sánchez-Marcos on Ignacio Olábarri Gortázar, Las vicisitudes de Clío (siglos XVIII-XXI): Ensayos historiográficos (Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 2013); Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 65, 2014/1
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Metahistory Forty Years After. Guest Editors: Claudio Fogu and Kalle Pihlainen. Claudio Fogu, Kalle Pihlainen, Metahistory's Fortieth Anniversary; Arthur Lima de Avila, A Plane, a Bomb, a Museum: the Enola Gay Controversy at the National Museum of Air and Space of the United States (1993-1995); Chris Lorenz, It Takes Three to Tango. History between the 'Practical' and the 'Historical' Past; Claudio Fogu, Figuring White in Metamodernity; Ewa Domanska, Retroactive Ancestral Constitution, New Animism and Alter-Native Modernities; Hans Kellner, Reading Hayden White Reading; Julio Bentivoglio, Caio Prado Júnior, the 1930s Generation and the Brazilian Historical Imagination: Exercising Metahistory; Kalle Pihlainen, The Eternal Return of Reality: On Constructivism and Current Historical Desires; María Inés La Greca, Narrative Trouble, or Hayden White's Desire for a Progressive Historiography Refigured by Judith Butler's Performativity Theory; Nicolás Lavagnino, Specters of Frye: Muthos, Ideology and Anatomy of (Historiographical) Criticism; Omar Murad, Modernist Figuration in the Representation of Argentina's Recent Past; Robert Doran, Metahistory and the Ethics of Historiography; Ruth V. Gross, Everyday Figuralism and Narrative Confusion, Kafka Style; Verónica Tozzi, Hayden White and Conversational Pluralism; Wulf Kansteiner, At the Limits of Historical Realism: Narration, Argumentation, and Ethics in Synthetic Holocaust Historiography; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 64, 2013/2
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Obituaries: Charles-Olivier Carbonell (1930-2013), by Georg G. Iggers; Emilio Gabba (1927-2013), by Paolo Desideri; Articles: Henrik Ågren, Causes of Change in Early Modern Swedish History Writing. A Medieval Saint King Viewed by Reformation and Enlightenment Era Historians; The Practice of History in Modern Italy: Institutions, Gender and Political Engagement. Elise Garritzen, The International Historical Institutes in Rome and their Scientific and Political Roles c. 1880-1914; Marcel Vom Lehn, Scholars or Intellectuals? Examining the Way that Historians Dealt with the Fascist Past in the West German and Italian Media, 1943/5-1960; Simone A. Bellezza, A Different History of the Soviet Union: Lisa Giua Foa between Politics and History; Review articles: Giuseppe Perta, The Mediterranean of Mobility. Contemporary Historiography on the Jerusalem Pilgrimage before the Crusades; Torbjörn Gustafsson Chorell, Sublime History, Traumatic Experience: a Discussion of Herman Paul's Hayden White; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 63, 2013/1
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Articles: Ian J. Aebel, Textual Colonization: the Many American Histories of Richard Eden; Berber Bevernage, Chris Lorenz, Breaking up Time. Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future; Mark Gamsa, Challenges to Generalization in Historical Writing; A forum on contemporary history: Kalle Pihlainen, Mulholland Drive and the Surrender of Representation; Pawel Wolski, The Making of Primo Levi: Holocaust Studies as a Discursive Force of History; Hannu Salmi, The Witness, Memory and the Truths of the Past. Modes of Narrating History in Hans Jürgen Syberberg's Winifred Wagner (1975); Review articles: Marco Platania, Relire l'histoire coloniale au XVIIIe siècle. L'édition critique de l'Histoire des deux Indes (2010); Notes on contributors.

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Volume 62, 2012/2
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Articles: Fiona McIntosh-Varjabédian, Quoting Speeches and Thoughts, an Insight into Historical Causality: David Hume and Eighteenth-Century Writing; Philipp Müller, Using the Archive. Exclusive Clues about the Past and the Politics of the Archive in Nineteenth-Century Bavaria; Marxist Historiography Reevaluated:a Global Perspective: Q. Edward Wang, The Ebb and Flow of Marxist Historiography: a Global Perspective. Introduction; Georg G. Iggers, The Marxist Tradition of Historical Writing in the West: a Retrospect from the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century; Effi Gazi, Reflections on Marxist Historiography in the Eastern Mediterranean: Examples from Greece, Italy and Turkey; Huaiyn Li, Rewriting Modern Chinese History in the Reform Era: Changing Narratives and Perspectives in Chinese Historiography; Juan Maiguashca, Latin American Marxist History: Rise, Fall and Resurrection; Mikhail M. Krom, From the Center to the Margin: the Fate of Marxism in Contemporary Russian Historiography; Sanjay Seth, Revolution and History: Maoism and Subaltern Studies; Tamás Kende, The (anti-) Marxist Geistesgeschichte of Party Histories in Eastern Europe; Notes on contributors.

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Volume 61, 2012/1
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Sylvio Hermann De Franceschi, L'événement, la liberté et le concret: Alphonse Dupront dans le contexte intellectuel du second après-guerre; Doris S. Goldstein, The Making of Social Evolutionary History; Amanda Behm, Empire Divided: Seeley's Expansion of England in Context; Teodoro Tagliaferri, Legitimizing Imperial Authority: Greater Britain and India in the Historical Vision of John R. Seeley; The significance of history for politics and culture. Ed. by Frank Ankersmit. Frank Ankersmit, Introduction; Jürgen Kocka, Learning from History and the Recent Crisis of Capitalism; Richard T. Vann, History, Evolution, and 'Human Nature'; Hayden White, Politics, History, and the Practical Past; Nancy Partner, Our History/Your Myths: Narrative and National Identity; Call for Papers; Notes on Contributors.

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Volume 59-60, 2011/1-2

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Editorial; Victoria Pineda, The rhetoric of the incidental in Francisco Manuel de Melo's Guerra de Cataluña; Hans Renders & Binne De Haan, The limits of representativeness. Biography, life writing and microhistory; Antoon De Baets, Introduction; Toby Mendel, Reflections on media self-regulation: lessons for historians; Floribert Baudet, Ranke and files: history and the military; Bo Zhao, Public figures and their posthumous reputation; Hara Kouki, Human rights, the Cold War and social movements:the story of an encounter in the 1970s; Antoon De Baets, Historical imprescriptibility; Davide Bondì, Philosophers and the history of historiography: an introduction; Herman Paul, Self-images of the historical profession: idealized practicesand myths of origin; Eugen Zelenák, Who should characterize the nature of history? The wrong question; Davide Bondì, Is there still room for the 'philosophy of history'?; Jonathan Gorman, The presuppositions of writing the history of historiography; Diego Fusaro, Prolegomena to any future philosophy of history that will be able to present itself as a science; Herman Paul, Introduction: fathers of history; Stefan Berger, 'Fathers' and their fate in modern European national historiographies; Herman Paul, Fathers of history: metamorphoses of a metaphor; Berteke Waaldijk, The 'good-enough mother' of historical research: inventing a mother of history; Markus Völkel, Neither father nor children but elective affinities: pleas for an all-inclusive genealogy of historiography; Luke David O'Sullivan, Past polemic: the use of history in conservative thought. A discussion of Reba Soffer, History, historians, and conservatism in Britain and America (2009); Guido Abbattista, A proposito di 'imperi' nella storiografia recente; Notes on Contributors.

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Bianca Valota Cavallotti; Wolfgang J. Mommsen, To the readers; Saluto ai lettori; Introductory note; Masayuki Sato, Historiographical encounters: the Chinese and Western traditions in turn-ot-the century Japan; Qinggjia Wang, Western Historiographical in the People's Republic of China (1949 to the present); Sartono Kartodirdjo, Main trends in modern Indonesian historiography; Sumit Sarkar, Many worlds: the construction of history in modern India; Ebiegberi J. Alagoa, The encounter between African and Western historiography before 1800; Mumbanza Mwa Bawele, L'evolution de l'historiographie en Afrique centrale: le cas du Zaire; Thea Buttner, Aspects of roots African historiography; Guy Martiniere, Problemes du developpement de l'historiographie bresilienne; Nikita Warwich Vallenilla, National identities and national projects: Spanish American historiography in the XIXth and XXth centuries; Note, recensioni, cronache.

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Volume 18, 1990/2

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Georg G. Iggers, Introduction; Hans-Ulrich Wehler, What is the 'History of Society'?; Helga Schultz, Wege zur Sozialgeschichte in der DDR; Rolf Torstendahl, Social History at the End of the 1980's; Richard J.H. Evans, Social History in the Postmodern Age; Konrad Jarausch, The Role of Quantitative Methods in History; Lars Magnusson, History and Social Theory of Today; Maurice Aymard, Sigrid Jakobeit, Hans Schleier, Bo Strath, Paul Verley, >i>Discussioni; Franco Cardini, Ripensare le Crociate; Note critiche e rassegna bibliografica.

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Volume 10, 1986/2

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Foreword ; Christian Meier,Die Entdeckung der Ereignisgeschichte bei Herodot ; Reimar Muller,Zum Verhaltnis von narrativen und strukturellen Elementen in der antiken Geschichtsschreibung ; Karl Ferdinand Werner,Les "structures" de l'histoire a l'age du christianisme ; Mark Phillips,Representation and Argument in Florentine Historiography ; Jaroslav Kudrna,Das Narrative und Strukturelle in der Reinassancehistoriographie ; Peter Burke,Structural History in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries ; Peter Hanns Reill,Narration and Structure in Late Eighteenth Century Historical Thought ; Furio Diaz,Une ré-évaluation de l'histoire des Lumières; Ernst Schulin,Zum Problem von Struktur und Narrativitat in der Aufklarungshistorie ; Hans Schleier,Narrative un Strukturgeschichte in Historismus ; Georg G. Iggers,Historicism (A comment) ; Jorn Rusen,Narrative un Strukturgeschichte im Historismus ; Charles-Olivier Carbonell,Histoire narrative et histoire structurelle dans l'historiographie positiviste du XIXème siécle ; F.M.L. Thompson,The British Approach to Social History ; Jurgen Kocka,The Orientation and the New Quest for Narrative. Some Trends and Debates in West Germany ; Ragmar Bjork,How to narrate a structure or how to structure a Narrative .

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Volume 9, 1986/1

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Foreword ; Robert A. Kaster, "Humanitas" and Roma Education ; Samuel P. Jaffe , Prehumanistic Humanism in the Ackermann aus Bohmen ; Paolo A. Cherchi , Jacopo Facciolati anche the Canon of Latin Authors ; Arnaldo Momigliano , German Romanticism and Italian Classical Studies ; Richard E. Palmer , Heidegger and Humanism On Heidegger's Doing in the Letter on Humanism ; Clayton Koelb , The Authority of the Text: Paul de Man and the Humanistic Tradition ; Maria Michela Sassi , Natura e storia in Platone ; Mario Attilio Levi , Rileggendo Fustel de Coulanges ; Karl Christ tra storia e storiografia ; Note critiche e rassegna bibliografica ; Notiziario .

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Volume 13, 1988/1

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Lawrent Mattiussi,La fonction du merveilleux dans l'historiographie romaine de l'empire; Christian Simon,Alte Geschichte in der Dritten Republik. 1871-1914; Jerzy Topolski,The concept of Thory in Historical Research. Theory versus Myth; Giuseppe Cengiarotti,Il caso di James Harrington nel dibattito storiografico contemporaneo; Horst Walter Blanke,Die Kritik der Alexanderhistoriker bei Heyne, Heeren, Niebuhr und Droysen. Eine Fallstudie zur Entwicklung der distorich-philologischen Methode in der Aufklärung und im Historismus; A. Zubertowicz,New Economic History; Note critiche e rassegna bibliografica; Hans Schleier,Zur Vorgeschichte de internationalen 'Kommisiion Geschichte der Geschichtsschreibung'; W. Garscha,Die internationale Tagung de Historiker der Arbeiterbewegung (ITH) und ihre 'Linzer Konferenzen'.

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