History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History articles

Volume 56 (2)

MISREPRESENTING MARX: A LESSON IN HISTORICAL METHOD
Allan Megill, Jaeyoon Park, vol. 56 (2): 288-306
HISTORICAL TELEOLOGY: THE GRAND ILLUSION
David Carr, vol. 56 (2): 307-317
ON THE MANY WAYS OF SAYING MEMORY
Jeffrey Andrew Barash, vol. 56 (2): 318-330
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 56 (2): 331-334
Website
vol. 56 (2): 336-336

Volume 56 (1)

Issue Information – TOC
vol. 56 (1): 1-1
A WORLD CONNECTING? FROM THE UNITY OF HISTORY TO GLOBAL HISTORY
FRANZ L. FILLAFER, vol. 56 (1): 3-37
POSTCOLONIALITY AND THE TWO SITES OF HISTORICITY
RITWIK RANJAN, vol. 56 (1): 38-53
1. INDIA IN A WORLD: DILEMMAS OF SOVEREIGNTY
NEILESH BOSE, vol. 56 (1): 54-60
2. OF SOVEREIGNS, SACRED KINGS, AND POLEMICS
HUSSEIN FANCY, vol. 56 (1): 61-70
3. BUDDHIST TECHNOLOGIES OF STATECRAFT AND MILLENNIAL MOMENTS
ANNE M. BLACKBURN, vol. 56 (1): 71-79
4. IMPERIAL SOVEREIGNTY IN MUGHAL AND BRITISH FORMS
DAVID GILMARTIN, vol. 56 (1): 80-88
5. MILLENNIAL SOVEREIGNTY, TOTAL RELIGION, AND TOTAL POLITICS
A. AZFAR MOIN, vol. 56 (1): 89-97
WHAT IS HISTORY? WHAT IS LITERATURE?
Dominick LaCapra, vol. 56 (1): 98-113
POSTMODERNISM, SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND HISTORY: RETURNING TO AN UNFINISHED AGENDA
David D. Roberts, vol. 56 (1): 114-126
THE TRUTH HURTS: VERA SCHWARCZ'S HEARTFELT QUEST
Joshua A. Fogel, vol. 56 (1): 127-137
THE CRISIS OF HUMANITY: OR, WHAT IF WE HAVE NEVER BEEN HUMAN?
Adam Dodd, vol. 56 (1): 138-145
FORGERY AND THE SPECTER OF PHILOLOGY
Ines G. Županov, vol. 56 (1): 146-159
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 56 (1): 160-162
Website
vol. 56 (1): 164-164

Volume 55 (4)

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vol. 55 (4): 1-1
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: FOUCAULT'S LES MOTS ET LES CHOSES AT 50
PETER E. GORDON, vol. 55 (4): 3-6
PHENOMENOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY IN FOUCAULT'S “INTRODUCTION TO BINSWANGER'S DREAM AND EXISTENCE“: A MIRROR IMAGE OF THE ORDER OF THINGS?
BÉATRICE HAN-PILE, vol. 55 (4): 7-22
VANISHING POINT: LES MOTS ET LES CHOSES, HISTORY, AND DIAGNOSIS
JEAN-CLAUDE MONOD, vol. 55 (4): 23-34
FOUCAULT'S ICONIC AFTERLIFE: THE POSTHUMOUS REACH OF WORDS AND THINGS
NANCY PARTNER, vol. 55 (4): 35-53
THE POLITICS OF THE ORDER OF THINGS: FOUCAULT, SARTRE, AND DELEUZE
GARY GUTTING, vol. 55 (4): 54-65
THE ORDER OF THINGS: AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF WHAT?
VINCENT DESCOMBES, vol. 55 (4): 66-81
UNEXPECTED AND VITAL CONTROVERSIES: FOUCAULT'S LES MOTS ET LES CHOSES IN ITS PHILOSOPHICAL MOMENT AND IN OURS
FRÉDÉRIC WORMS, vol. 55 (4): 82-92
NATURE AND THE IRRUPTIVE VIOLENCE OF HISTORY
JULIAN BOURG, vol. 55 (4): 93-111
MONSTERS AND PATIENTS: AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEDICINE, ISLAM, AND MODERNITY
AHMED RAGAB, vol. 55 (4): 112-130
OUT OF THEIR DEPTHS: “MORAL KINDS” AND THE INTERPRETATION OF EVIDENCE IN FOUCAULT'S MODERN EPISTEME
LAURA STARK, vol. 55 (4): 131-147
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vol. 55 (4): 152-152

Volume 55 (3)

Memorial page for William McNeill
vol. 55 (3): 321-321
Issue Information – TOC
vol. 55 (3): 323-323
THE EURASIAN ORIGINS OF EMPTY TIME AND SPACE: MODERNITY AS TEMPORALITY RECONSIDERED
WILLIAM M. REDDY, vol. 55 (3): 325-356
BONDSMEN AND SLAVES: SERVILE HISTORIES IN HEGEL AND NIETZSCHE
JACOB DENZ, vol. 55 (3): 357-374
TRAUMA, HISTORY, MEMORY, IDENTITY: WHAT REMAINS?
DOMINICK LACAPRA, vol. 55 (3): 375-400
WRITING THE HISTORY OF SPINOZISM
Tracie Matysik, vol. 55 (3): 401-417
ALL IN?
Joshua Kates, vol. 55 (3): 418-432
KARL POLANYI AND THE REALITY OF SOCIETY
Michael C. Behrent, vol. 55 (3): 433-451