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Volume 55 (1)

THE REVEREND BAYES VS. JESUS CHRIST
Aviezer Tucker, vol. 55 (1): 129-140
“WITHOUT THINKERS … NO THEORIES OF THE WORLD”
Branko Mitrović, vol. 55 (1): 141-153
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 55 (1): 154-157
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HISTORY AND THEORY IN A GLOBAL FRAME
ETHAN KLEINBERG, WILLIAM R. PINCH, vol. 54 (4): 1-4
HISTORY, TIME, AND TEMPORALITY IN A GLOBAL FRAME: ABDALLAH LAROUI'S HISTORICAL EPISTEMOLOGY OF HISTORY
NILS RIECKEN, vol. 54 (4): 5-26
HISTORICAL THEORY THROUGH A PERUVIAN LOOKING GLASS
MARK THURNER, vol. 54 (4): 27-45
IN AND OUT OF THE WEST: ON THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF CHINESE HISTORICAL THEORY
XUPENG ZHANG, vol. 54 (4): 46-63
WRITING HISTORY IN COLONIAL TIMES: POLEMIC AND THE RECOVERY OF SELF IN LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY SOUTH INDIA
DILIP M. MENON, vol. 54 (4): 64-83
BRAZILIAN HISTORICAL WRITING IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: ON THE EMERGENCE OF THE CONCEPT OF “HISTORIOGRAPHY”
MATEUS HENRIQUE PEREIRA, PEDRO AFONSO CRISTOVÃO DOS SANTOS, THIAGO LIMA NICODEMO, vol. 54 (4): 84-104
BETWEEN AFFECT AND HISTORY: SOVEREIGNTY AND ORDINARY LIFE AT AKWESASNE, 1929–1942
CHRISTOPHER CLEMENTS, vol. 54 (4): 105-124
RABINDRANATH AND RABINDRANATH TAGORE: HOME, WORLD, HISTORY
RANJAN GHOSH, vol. 54 (4): 125-148

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HISTORICAL UNDERSTANDING AND HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION AS CONTEXTUALIZATION
BRANKO MITROVIĆ, vol. 54 (3): 311-332
THE PAST IS EVIL/EVIL IS PAST: ON RETROSPECTIVE POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY, AND TEMPORAL MANICHAEISM
BERBER BEVERNAGE, vol. 54 (3): 333-352
STALINISM IN RETROSPECT: HANNAH ARENDT
PETER BAEHR, vol. 54 (3): 353-366
1. INTRODUCTION
MATTHEW SPECTER, vol. 54 (3): 367-371
2. CAN THE CRITIQUE OF CAPITALISM BE ANTIHUMANIST?
MICHAEL C. BEHRENT, vol. 54 (3): 372-388
3. FOUCAULT MUST NOT BE DEFENDED
MITCHELL DEAN, vol. 54 (3): 389-403
4. NEOLIBERALISM THROUGH FOUCAULT'S EYES
SERGE AUDIER, vol. 54 (3): 404-418
HOW WE LIVE WITH THE PAST NOW
Jan E. Goldstein, vol. 54 (3): 419-428
TO CATCH THE ECHO: RETHINKING ACTS OF WITNESSING TO THE SHOAH
Vera Schwarcz, vol. 54 (3): 429-440
NOT QUITE AN UROBOROS: THEORY, POWER, AND POPULAR CULTURE IN EARLY MODERN JAPAN
William Johnston, vol. 54 (3): 441-454
TWO BIOGRAPHIES OF NAPOLEON
David P. Jordan, vol. 54 (3): 455-470
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 54 (3): 471-474

Volume 54 (2)

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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