Volumes 41-45, 2002-2006

This page contains links to tables of contents for issues dated 2002-2006 (volumes 41-45). Links to the full-text versions in the JSTOR Archive and on Wiley Online Library are provided as well.

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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 2006, Theme Issue || To Themes Issues List || Top

Religion and History

Articles:

DAVID GARY SHAW, Modernity between Us and Them: The Place of Religion within History (introduction to Theme Issue) || no abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CONSTANTIN FASOLT, History and Religion in the Modern Age || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CATHERINE BELL, Paradigms Behind (and Before) the Modern Concept of Religion || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JON BUTLER, Theory and God in Gotham || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAMES E. KETELAAR, The Non-modern Confronts the Modern: Dating the Buddha in Japan || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

C. T. MCINTIRE, Transcending Dichotomies in History and Religion || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK S. CLADIS, Modernity in Religion: A Response to Constantin Fasolt’s “History and Religion in the Modern Age” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID GORDON WHITE, Digging Wells While Houses Burn? Writing Histories of Hinduism in a Time of Identity Politics || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BRAD S. GREGORY, The Other Confessional History: On Secular Bias in the Study of Religion || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2006 || Top

Forum:

On Presence
Edited by Eelco Runia and Elizabeth J. Brouwer

EELCO RUNIA, Spots of Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HANS ULRICH GUMBRECHT, Presence Achieved in Language (With Special Attention Given to the Presence of the Past) || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

F. R. ANKERSMIT, “Presence” and Myth || abstract  || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

EWA DOMANSKA, The Material Presence of the Past || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL BENTLEY, Past and “Presence”: Revisiting Historical Ontology || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RIK PETERS, Actes de présence: Presence in Fascist Political Culture || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Article:

MILAN BABÍK, Nazism as a Secular Religion || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

SAMUEL MOYN on Carolyn J. Dean, The Fragility of Empathy after the Holocaust  and Dominick LaCapra, History in Transit: Experience, Identity, and Critical Theory || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

ANNETTE ARONOWICZ on Harald Weinrich, Lethe: The Art and Critique of Forgetting || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

ALAN S. KAHAN on Robert T. Gannett Jr., Tocqueville Unveiled: The Historian and His Sources for The Old Regime and the Revolution || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

BERYL SATTER on Laura Lee Downs, Writing Gender History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

RICHARD ELDRIDGE on Laurent Stern, Interpretive Reasoning || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


May 2006 || Top

Articles:

WILLIAM WHYTE, How Do Buildings Mean? Some Issues of Interpretation in the History of Architecture || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ROBERT M. BURNS, Collingwood, Bradley, and Historical Knowledge || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LUKE O'SULLIVAN, Leon Goldstein and the Epistemology of Historical Knowing || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

DAVID CARR on Jörn Rüsen, Geschichte im Kulturprozeß || and History: Narration, Interpretation, Orientation || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

GABRIELLE M. SPIEGEL on Elizabeth A. Clark, History, Theory, Text: Historians and the Linguistic Turn || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

RAYMOND MARTIN on C. Behan McCullagh, The Logic of History: Putting Postmodernism in Perspective || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

RICHARD J. BERNSTEIN on Martin Jay, Songs of Experience: Modern American and European Variations on a Universal Theme || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

CAROLYN J. DEAN on Berel Lang, Post-Holocaust: Interpretation, Misinterpretation, and the Claims of History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

JOHAN GOUDSBLOM on Bruce Mazlish, Civilization and Its Contents || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


February 2006 || Top

Articles:

EELCO RUNIA, Presence || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL WERNER and BÉNÉDICTE ZIMMERMANN, Beyond Comparison: Histoire Croisée and the Challenge of Reflexivity || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GÖRAN BLIX, Charting the “Transitional Period”: The Emergence of Modern Time in the Nineteenth Century || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

ANSON RABINBACH, Moments of Totalitarianism || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

DIPESH CHAKRABARTY on Jörn Rüsen, ed., Western Historical Thinking: An Intercultural Debate || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

S. H. RIGBY on Miguel A. Cabrera, Postsocial History: An Introduction || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

HAROLD KINCAID on Aviezer Tucker, Our Knowledge of the Past: A Philosophy of Historiography || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 

BARRY ALLEN on R. J. Robinson, The History of Human Reason || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library 


December 2005, Theme Issue || To Themes Issues List || Top

Theorizing Empire

Articles:

PHILIP POMPER, The History and Theory of Empires || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTHONY PAGDEN, Fellow Citizens and Imperial Subjects: Conquest and Sovereignty in Europe’s Overseas Empires || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RÉAL FILLION, Moving beyond Biopower: Hardt and Negri’s Post-Foucauldian Speculative Philosophy of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAMES N. ROSENAU, Illusions of Power and Empire || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RICHARD HELLIE, The Structure of Russian Imperial History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

THOMAS DAVID DUBOIS, Hegemony, Imperialism, and the Construction of Religion in East and Southeast Asia || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2005 || Top

Forum:

The Public Role of History

A. DIRK MOSES, Hayden White, Traumatic Nationalism, and the Public Role of History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

HAYDEN WHITE, The Public Relevance of Historical Studies: A Reply to Dirk Moses || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

A. DIRK MOSES, The Public Relevance of Historical Studies: A Rejoinder to Hayden White || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Articles:

ZENONAS NORKUS, Mechanisms as Miracle Makers? The Rise and Inconsistencies of the “Mechanismic Approach” in Social Science and History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AVIEZER TUCKER, Miracles, Historical Testimonies, and Probabilities || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

PATRICK H. HUTTON on F. R. Ankersmit, Historical Representation || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTHONY D. SMITH on Anthony W. Marx, Faith in Nation: Exclusionary Origins of Nationalism || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOSEPH ROUSE on Barry Allen, Knowledge and Civilization || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELÍAS J. PALTI on Jeffrey Andrew Barash, Politiques de l’histoire: L’historicisme comme promesse et comme mythe || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

C. BEHAN MCCULLAGH on Roy Harris, The Linguistics of History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARY LOUISE ROBERTS on Women’s History in Global Perspective, Volume 1, ed. Bonnie G. Smith and Bodies in Contact: Rethinking Colonial Encounters in World History, ed. Antoinette Burton and Tony Ballantyne || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEORG G. IGGERS on Lutz Raphael, Geschichtswissenschaft im Zeitalter der Extreme: Theorien; Methoden; Tendenzen von 1900 bis zur Gegenwart || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2005 || Top

Articles:

JOHN ZAMMITO, Ankersmit and Historical Representation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOSÉ CARLOS BERMEJO BARRERA, On History Considered as Epic Poetry || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Retrospective:

LAURENCE SHORE, The Enduring Power of Racism: A Reconsideration of Winthrop Jordan’s White over Black || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

LLOYD KRAMER on Jean Starobinski, Action and Reaction: The Life and Adventures of a Couple || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID D. ROBERTS on Ernst Breisach, On the Future of History: The Postmodernist Challenge and Its Aftermath || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

FRED SPIER on David Christian, Maps of Time: An Introduction to Big History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

NOËL BONNEUIL on Peter Turchin, Historical Dynamics: Why States Rise and Fall || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHARLES BAMBACH on Peter Eli Gordon, Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

IAN HUNTER on Constantin Fasolt, The Limits of History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2005 || Top

Forum:

Does Culture Evolve?

W. G. RUNCIMAN, Culture Does Evolve || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOSEPH FRACCHIA and R. C. LEWONTIN, The Price of Metaphor || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

W. G. RUNCIMAN, Rejoinder to Fracchia and Lewontin || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Articles:

ANDERS SCHINKEL, Imagination as a Category of History: An Essay concerning Koselleck’s concepts of Erfahrungsraum and Erwartungshorizont || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL BENTLEY, Herbert Butterfield and the Ethics of Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LEO CATANA, The Concept “System of Philosophy”: The Case of Jacob Brucker’s Historiography of Philosophy || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ANN-LOUISE SHAPIRO on Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau and Annette Becker, 14–18: Understanding the Great War || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JERRY BENTLEY on J. R. McNeill and William H. McNeill, The Human Web: A Bird’s-Eye View of World History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHANNES FABIAN on Eviatar Zerubavel, Time Maps: Collective Memory and the Social Shape of the Past || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PETER E. GORDON on Frederick C. Beiser, German Idealism: The Struggle against Subjectivism, 1781–1801 and Terry Pinkard, German Philosophy, 1760–1860: The Legacy of Idealism || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

REX MARTIN on Luke O’Sullivan, Oakeshott on History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2004, Theme Issue || To Themes Issues List || Top

Historians and Ethics

Introduction:

BRIAN FAY, Historians and Ethics: A Short Introduction to the Theme Issue || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Articles:

RICHARD T. VANN, Historians and Moral Evaluations || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAMES CRACRAFT, Implicit Morality || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

KEITH JENKINS, Ethical Responsibility and the Historian: On the Possible End of a History “of a Certain Kind” || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELIZABETH DEEDS ERMARTH, Ethics and Method || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

F. R. ANKERSMIT, The Ethics of History: From the Double Binds of (Moral) Meaning to Experience || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JONATHAN GORMAN, Historians and Their Duties || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JÖRN RÜSEN, How to Overcome Ethnocentrism: Approaches to a Culture of Recognition by History in the Twenty-first Century || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTOON DE BAETS, A Declaration of the Responsibilities of Present Generations toward Past Generations || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essay:

RICHARD J. BERNSTEIN on Avishai Margalit, The Ethics of Memory || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2004 || Top

Articles:

EELCO RUNIA, “Forget About It”: “Parallel Processing” in the Srebrenica Report || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TOR EGIL FORLAND, The Ideal Explanatory Text in History: A Plea for Ecumenism || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

THOMAS L. HASKELL, Objectivity: Perspective as Problem and Solution (on Joep Leerssen and Ann Rigney, eds., Historians and Social Values) || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

DAVID CHRISTIAN on John Lewis Gaddis, The Landscape of History: How Historians Map the Past || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL S. ROTH on Keith Jenkins, Refiguring History: New Thoughts on an Old Discipline || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MERLIN DONALD on David J. Staley, Computers, Visualization, and History: How New Technology Will Transform Our Understanding of the Past || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEPHEN TURNER on Keith Graham, Practical Reasoning in a Social World: How We Act Together || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JERROLD SEIGEL on Christian Delacroix, François Dosse, Patrick Garcia, and Michel Trebitsch, eds., Michel de Certeau: Les chemins d’histoire || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JAMES CONNELLY on Giuseppe Tassone, A Study on the Idea of Progress in Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Critical Theory || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2004 || Top

Articles:

WIM WEYMANS, Michel de Certeau and the Limits of Historical Representation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AMRAM TROPPER, The Fate of Jewish Historiography after the Bible: A New Interpretation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GIUSEPPINA D'ORO, Reenactment and Radical Interpretation || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

DANIEL GORDON on Sheldon S. Wolin, Tocqueville between Two Worlds: The Making of a Political and Theoretical Life || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

MICHAEL MANN on Philip Bobbitt, The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace and the Course of History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JO TOLLEBEEK on Carolyn Steedman, Dust: The Archive and Cultural History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PATRICK H. HUTTON on Michael S. Roth and Charles G. Salas, eds., Disturbing Remains: Memory, History, and Crisis in the Twentieth Century || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MATT MATSUDA on Edward Casey, Representing Place: Landscape Painting and Maps and Kenneth Robert Olwig, Landscape, Nature, and the Body Politic: From Britain’s Renaissance to America’s New World || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LIONEL GOSSMAN on Ann Rigney, Imperfect Histories: The Elusive Past and the Legacy of Romantic Historicism || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

BEREL LANG on Oskar Rosenfeld, In the Beginning Was the Ghetto: 890 Days in Lodz || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2004 || Top

Articles:

DONALD BROOK, Art History? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

C. BEHAN MCCULLAGH, What Do Historians Argue About? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANDERS SCHINKEL, History and Historiography in Process || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELIAS PALTI, The “Return of the Subject” as a Historico-Intellectual Problem || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

Josef Chytry on Peter Murphy, Civic Justice: From Greek Antiquity to the Modern World || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

JONATHAN GORMAN on Keith Michael Baker and Peter Hanns Reill, eds., What’s Left of Enlightenment? A Postmodern Question || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

NOEL BONNEUIL on Bertrand Roehner and Tony Syme, Pattern and Repertoire in History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOHN ZAMMITO on Reinhart Koselleck, Zeitschichten: Studien zur Historik || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RANDALL COLLINS on Donald R. Kelley, The Descent of Ideas: The History of Intellectual History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEORG IGGERS on Jürgen Osterhammel, Geschichtswissenschaft Jenseits des Nationalstaats: Studien zu Beziehungsgeschichte und Zivilisationsvergleich || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2003, Theme Issue || To Themes Issues List || Top

Environment and History

Introduction:

BRIAN FAY, Environmental History: Nature at Work || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Articles:

I. The Nature of Environmental History

J. R. McNEILL, Observations on the Nature and Culture of Environmental History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

OLENA V. SMYNTYNA, The Environmental Approach to Prehistoric Studies: Concepts and Theories || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

II. The Nature of “Nature”

KRISTIN ASDAL, The Problematic Nature of Nature: The Post-constructivist Challenge to Environmental History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ELLEN STROUD, Does Nature Always Matter? Following Dirt through History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

THEODORE R. SCHATZKI, Nature and Technology in History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

III. The Environment at Work

MATTHEW W. KLINGLE, Spaces of Consumption in Environmental History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AARON SACHS, The Ultimate “Other”: Post-Colonialism and Alexander von Humboldt’s Ecological Relationship with Nature || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2003 || Top

Articles:

F. R. ANKERSMIT, Danto, History, and the Tragedy of Human Existence || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ROLF TORSTENDAHL, Fact, Truth, and Text: The Quest for a Firm Basis for Historical Knowledge around 1900 || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GERALD ZAHAVI, The “Trial” of Lee Benson: Communism, White Chauvinism, and the Foundations of the “New Political History” in the United States || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

BARRY ALLEN on Bernard Williams, Truth and Truthfulness: An Essay in Genealogy || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JOSEPH FRACCHIA on Allan Megill, Karl Marx: The Burden of Reason (Why Marx Rejected Politics and the Market) || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SALLY BACHNER on Amy J. Elias, Sublime Desire: History and Post-1960s Fiction || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

AMY M. SCHMITTER on Keith Moxey, The Practice of Persuasion: Paradox and Power in Art History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2003 || Top

Articles:

LIONEL GOSSMAN, Anecdote and History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PETER HEEHS, Shades of Orientalism: Paradoxes and Problems in Indian Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CLAUDIO FOGU, Actualism and the Fascist Historic Imaginary || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Article:

RONALD ARONSON on Stéphane Courtois et al., The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression; François Furet, The Passing of an Illusion: The Idea of Communism in the Twentieth Century; Tony Judt, The Burden of Responsibility: Blum, Camus, Aron, and the French Twentieth Century; and Michael Dreyfus et al., Le Siècle des communismes || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

WILLIAM H. MCNEILL on John Lukacs, At the End of An Age || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

F. R. ANKERSMIT on Jürgen Pieters, Moments of Negotiation: The New Historicism of Stephen Greenblatt || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DIANA TIETJENS MEYERS on Margaret S. Archer, Being Human: The Problem of Agency || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2003 || Top

Articles:

JONATHAN A. CARTER, Telling Times: History, Emplotment, and Truth || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

TIM DE MEY and ERIK WEBER, Explanation and Thought Experiments in History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JÜRGEN KOCKA, Comparison and Beyond || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Translation and Historiography

DOUGLAS HOWLAND, The Predicament of Ideas in Culture: Translation and Historiography || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ABDELMAJID HANNOUM, Translation and the Colonial Imaginary: Ibn Khaldûn Orientalist || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

JAMES SMITH ALLEN on William M. Reddy, The Navigation of Feeling: A Framework for the History of Emotions || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

SIEP STUURMAN on Raymond Geuss, History and Illusion in Politics || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MICHAEL KAMMEN on Thomas Bender, ed., Rethinking American History in a Global Age || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PETER RUTLAND on Liah Greenfeld, The Spirit of Capitalism: Nationalism and Economic Growth || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CHRIS WATERS on Carolyn J. Dean, The Frail Social Body: Pornography, Homosexuality, and Other Fantasies in Interwar France || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


December 2002, Theme Issue || To Themes Issues List || Top

Unconventional History

Introduction:

BRIAN FAY, Unconventional History || download article || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Articles:

THOMAS V. COHEN, Reflections on Retelling a Renaissance Murder || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEVEN CONN, Narrative Trauma and Civil War History Painting, or Why Are These Pictures So Terrible? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MADHUMALATI ADHIKARI, History and Story: Unconventional History in Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient and James A. Michener’s Tales of the South Pacific || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARJORIE BECKER, Talking Back to Frida: Houses of Emotional Mestizaje || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DAVID J. STALEY, A History of the Future || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GAVRIEL ROSENFELD, Why Do We Ask “What If?” Reflections on the Function of Alternate History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ALLAN MEGILL on Jonathan Glover, Humanity: A Moral History of the Twentieth Century and Erna Paris, Long Shadows: Truth, Lies, and History || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEPHEN BANN on Philip Rosen, Change Mummified: Cinema, Historicity, Theory || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ROBERT ROSENSTONE on Natalie Zemon Davis, Slaves on Screen: Film and Historical Vision || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


October 2002 || Top

Articles:

JAMES CRACRAFT, A Berlin for Historians || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RYAN DUNCH, Beyond Cultural Imperialism: Cultural Theory, Christian Missions, and Global Modernity || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Historians and the Courts

RICHARD J. EVANS, History, Memory, and the Law: The Historian as Expert Witness || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

ANTOON DE BAETS, Defamation Cases against Historians || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

PATRICK WOLFE on Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, A Critique of Postcolonial Reason: Toward a History of the Vanishing Present || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

JACQUES POUCHEPADASS on Dipesh Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

STEVE FULLER on John Kadvany, Imre Lakatos and the Guises of Reason || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


May 2002 || Top

Articles:

GABRIELLE M. SPIEGEL, Memory and History: Liturgical Time and Historical Time || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

FRITZ RINGER, Max Weber on Causal Analysis, Interpretation, and Comparison || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

WULF KANSTEINER, Finding Meaning in Memory: A Methodological Critique of Collective Memory Studies || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Forum: Intentionalism in Intellectual History

VIVIENNE BROWN, On Some Problems with Weak Intentionalism for Intellectual History || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

MARK BEVIR, How to Be an Intentionalist || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ALFRED W. CROSBY on Felipe Fernández-Armesto, Civilizations: Culture, Ambition, and the Transformation of Nature || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

RAYMOND MARTIN on Michael Shermer and Alex Grobman, Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Never Happened and Why Do They Say It? || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

CAROLYN DEAN on Michael Rothberg, Traumatic Realism: The Demands of Holocaust Representation || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

LEWIS WURGAFT on Fred Weinstein, Freud, Psychoanalysis, Social Theory: The Unfulfilled Promise || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

PHILIPPE CARRARD on Jean-Yves Grenier, Claude Grignon, and Pierre-Michel Menger, eds., Le Modèle et le récit || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library


February 2002 || Top

Articles:

GREG DENING, Performing on the Beaches of the Mind: An Essay || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

KARSTEN R. STUEBER, The Psychological Basis of Historical Explanation: Reenactment, Simulation, and the Fusion of Horizons || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

DOYNE DAWSON, The Marriage of Marx and Darwin? || abstract || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

Review Essays:

ANDRE KUKLA, Social Constructivism and the Philosophy of Science and IAN HACKING, The Social Construction of What? (Joseph Rouse) || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library

GEORG G. IGGERS, Historiography in the Twentieth Century: From Scientific Objectivity to the Postmodern Challenge (Richard J. Evans) || JSTOR || Wiley Online Library