History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History articles

Volume 55 (4)

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
HISTORY, ANTHROPOLOGY, COLONIALISM, AND THE STUDY OF INDIA
C. J. Fuller, vol. 55 (3): 452-464
THE LAST EUROPEAN: A PLEA FOR A RE-POLITICIZED BENJAMIN
Nitzan Lebovic, vol. 55 (3): 465-475
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 55 (3): 476-479
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vol. 55 (3): 480-480

Volume 55 (2)

Issue Information – TOC
vol. 55 (2): 161-161
THE CRITICAL THEORY OF HISTORY: RETHINKING THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY IN THE LIGHT OF KOSELLECK'S WORK
CHRISTOPHE BOUTON, vol. 55 (2): 163-184
MODERNITY AND THE PROBLEM OF ITS CHRISTIAN PAST: THE GEISTESGESCHICHTEN OF BLUMENBERG, BERGER, AND GAUCHET
SJOERD GRIFFIOEN, vol. 55 (2): 185-209
NEPALESE HISTORY IN A EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE: A CASE STUDY IN TRANSCULTURAL HISTORIOGRAPHY
AXEL MICHAELS, MANIK BAJRACHARYA, NIELS GUTSCHOW, MADELEINE HERREN, BERND SCHNEIDMÜLLER, GERALD SCHWEDLER, ASTRID ZOTTER, vol. 55 (2): 210-232
ON THE ELUSIVENESS OF CONTEXT
TAKASHI SHOGIMEN, vol. 55 (2): 233-252
ARRIVAL OF COURTLY LOVE: MOVING IN THE EMOTIONAL SPACE
Noël Bonneuil, vol. 55 (2): 253-269
BACK TO THE FUTURE: POSTNARRATIVIST HISTORIOGRAPHY AND ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY
Paul A. Roth, vol. 55 (2): 270-281
HISTORY OF HISTORIOGRAPHY FROM A SLIGHTLY COSMOPOLITAN POINT OF VIEW
Jurandir Malerba, vol. 55 (2): 282-289
CONTEXTS OF COLONIALISM
Woodruff D. Smith, vol. 55 (2): 290-301
AN IMPERIAL SYLLABUS
Matthew Garrett, vol. 55 (2): 302-313
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 55 (2): 314-317
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vol. 55 (2): 320-320

Volume 55 (1)

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vol. 55 (1): 1-1
ON THE ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGE OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH FOR LIFE: THE CREATION OF THE POST-RACIAL ERA
KENAN VAN DE MIEROOP, vol. 55 (1): 3-24
PEIRCE AND FOUCAULT ON TIME AND HISTORY: THE TASKS OF (DIS)CONTINUITY
HÉLIO REBELLO CARDOSO, vol. 55 (1): 25-38
THE RULES OF THE GAME IN THE STUDY OF ANCIENT HISTORY
ARNALDO MOMIGLIANO, KENNETH W. YU, vol. 55 (1): 39-45
EMOTIONAL TRANSLATIONS: CONCEPTUAL HISTORY BEYOND LANGUAGE
MARGRIT PERNAU, IMKE RAJAMANI, vol. 55 (1): 46-65
IN SEARCH OF NEW TIMES: TEMPORALITY IN THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND COUNTER-ENLIGHTENMENT
HARRY JANSEN, vol. 55 (1): 66-90
THINKING HISTORICALLY ABOUT THINKING HISTORICALLY: IS HISTORICAL THEORY A HISTORICAL OR A METAHISTORICAL PRACTICE?
John E. Toews, vol. 55 (1): 91-109
DEPROVINCIALIZING THE STUDY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS: A CRITIQUE
Matthew Specter, vol. 55 (1): 110-128
THE REVEREND BAYES VS. JESUS CHRIST
Aviezer Tucker, vol. 55 (1): 129-140