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TWO BIOGRAPHIES OF NAPOLEON
David P. Jordan, vol. 54 (3): 455-470
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 54 (3): 471-474

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1. INTRODUCTION: ASSESSING NARRATIVISM
ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON, JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, vol. 54 (2): 153-161
2. NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET? HOW NARRATIVISM AND EXPERIENCE CAN BE RECONCILED BY DIALOGICAL ETHICS
ANTON FROEYMAN, vol. 54 (2): 162-177
3. THE EXPRESSION OF HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE
ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON, vol. 54 (2): 178-194
4. THE GADAMERIAN APPROACH TO THE RELATION BETWEEN EXPERIENCE AND LANGUAGE
MARTIN NOSÁL, vol. 54 (2): 195-208
5. TWO VERSIONS OF A CONSTRUCTIVIST VIEW OF HISTORICAL WORK
EUGEN ZELEŇÁK, vol. 54 (2): 209-225
6. WHY WE NEED TO MOVE FROM TRUTH-FUNCTIONALITY TO PERFORMATIVITY IN HISTORIOGRAPHY
JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, vol. 54 (2): 226-243
MAKING HISTORY BY CONTEXTUALIZING ONESELF: AUTOBIOGRAPHY AS HISTORIOGRAPHICAL INTERVENTION
JAUME AURELL, vol. 54 (2): 244-268
CAN THERE BE A BOURDIEUSIAN THEORY OF CRISIS? ON HISTORICAL CHANGE AND SOCIAL THEORY
Isaac Ariail Reed, vol. 54 (2): 269-276
FROM NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY TO KANT'S—AND BACK
Peter Fenves, vol. 54 (2): 277-286
ASSESSING (AND NOT ASSESSING) THE ITALIAN CONTRIBUTION TO HISTORIOGRAPHY AND POLITICAL THOUGHT
David D. Roberts, vol. 54 (2): 287-305
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 54 (2): 306-309

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TIME, NARRATIVE, AND FICTION: THE UNEASY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RICOEUR AND A HETEROGENEOUS TEMPORALITY
HARRY JANSEN, vol. 54 (1): 1-24
REIMAGINING REPRESSION: NEW CENSORSHIP THEORY AND AFTER
MATTHEW BUNN, vol. 54 (1): 25-44
HISTORY AS PHILOSOPHY
JAMES CRACRAFT, vol. 54 (1): 45-68
DOES HISTORY MATTER? CHARLES TAYLOR ON THE TRANSCENDENTAL VALIDITY OF SOCIAL IMAGINARIES
GUIDO VANHEESWIJCK, vol. 54 (1): 69-85
WHAT OBJECT IS FEAR?
Margrit Pernau, vol. 54 (1): 86-95
PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY'S RETURN
Harry Harootunian, vol. 54 (1): 96-105
FUTURE BY HISTORY: RETHINKING PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY
Jörn Rüsen, vol. 54 (1): 106-115
THE LIVING PAST
Stephen Leach, vol. 54 (1): 116-125
GLOBAL INTELLECTUAL HISTORY BEYOND HEGEL AND MARX
Sanjay Subrahmanyam, vol. 54 (1): 126-137
UNDERDOGS IN DIALOGUE
Jürgen Osterhammel, vol. 54 (1): 138-147
Books in Summary
vol. 54 (1): 148-151

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A REGIME OF UNTRANSLATABLES: TEMPORALITIES OF TRANSLATION AND CONCEPTUAL HISTORY
ALEXANDRA LIANERI, vol. 53 (4): 473-497
1. INTRODUCTION: MULTIPLE TIMES AND THE WORK OF SYNCHRONIZATION
HELGE JORDHEIM, vol. 53 (4): 498-518
2. ON ISLAMIC TIME: RETHINKING CHRONOLOGY IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF MUSLIM SOCIETIES
SHAHZAD BASHIR, vol. 53 (4): 519-544
3. RADICALIZING TEMPORAL DIFFERENCE: ANTHROPOLOGY, POSTCOLONIAL THEORY, AND LITERARY TIME
STEFAN HELGESSON, vol. 53 (4): 545-562
4. ALL TOGETHER NOW: SYNCHRONIZATION, SPEED, AND THE FAILURE OF NARRATIVITY
GEOFFREY C. BOWKER, vol. 53 (4): 563-576
5. TIME GARDENS: HISTORICAL CONCEPTS IN MODERN HISTORIOGRAPHY
LUCIAN HÖLSCHER, vol. 53 (4): 577-591
FROM CATASTROPHE TO HOPE
Carolyn J. Dean, vol. 53 (4): 592-602
RESISTING MODERN TEMPORALITIES: TOWARD A CRITICAL HISTORY OF BREAKS IN TIME
Alexandra Lianeri, vol. 53 (4): 603-615
A TREASURE TROVE OF CHRONOLOGICAL LEARNING
Michał Choptiany, vol. 53 (4): 616-624
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 53 (4): 625-628

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HAMMER TIME
Brian Fay, vol. 53 (3): 91-109
“FUTURE PAST”: TIME AND TELEOLOGY IN (ANCIENT) HISTORIOGRAPHY
JONAS GRETHLEIN, vol. 53 (3): 309-330