History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History articles

Volume 52 (2)

PINKER AND PROGRESS
Ronald Aronson, vol. 52 (2): 246-264
POSSIBILITIES IN “A THOROUGHLY HISTORICAL WORLD”: MISSING HAYDEN WHITE'S MISSED CONNECTIONS
David D. Roberts, vol. 52 (2): 265-277
HISTORIOGRAPHY: A FIELD IN SEARCH OF A HISTORIAN?
Eileen Ka-May Cheng, vol. 52 (2): 278-289
THE EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURE
Yuval Laor, Eva Jablonka, vol. 52 (2): 290-299
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 52 (2): 300-303

Volume 52 (1)

THE IMPLICATIONS OF ROBERT BRANDOM'S INFERENTIALISM FOR INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
DAVID L. MARSHALL, vol. 52 (1): 1-31
INTENTION AND IRONY: THE MISSED ENCOUNTER BETWEEN HAYDEN WHITE AND QUENTIN SKINNER
MARTIN JAY, vol. 52 (1): 32-48
1. INTRODUCTION
BRIAN GRATTON, vol. 52 (1): 49-53
2. INDIGENOUS POWER IN THE COMANCHE EMPIRE
JOSH REID, vol. 52 (1): 54-59
3. INDIGENOUS EMPIRES AND NATIVE NATIONS: BEYOND HISTORY AND ETHNOHISTORY IN PEKKA HÄMÄLÄINEN'S THE COMANCHE EMPIRE
KARL JACOBY, vol. 52 (1): 60-66
4. GLOBALIZING THE COMANCHE EMPIRE
JOHN TUTINO, vol. 52 (1): 67-74
5. IMPERIAL SPACES IN PEKKA HÄMÄLÄINEN'S THE COMANCHE EMPIRE
RACHEL ST. JOHN, vol. 52 (1): 75-80
6. WHAT'S IN A CONCEPT? THE KINETIC EMPIRE OF THE COMANCHES
PEKKA HÄMÄLÄINEN, vol. 52 (1): 81-90
HISTORY, THEORETICISM, AND THE LIMITS OF “THE POSTSECULAR”1
Allan Megill, vol. 52 (1): 110-129
HISTORY AND THE MANIFEST IMAGE: HAYDEN WHITE AS A PHILOSOPHER OF HISTORY1
Paul A. Roth, vol. 52 (1): 130-143
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 52 (1): 144-147

Volume 51 (4)

INTRODUCTION: THE “TROJAN HORSE” OF TRADITION
ETHAN KLEINBERG, vol. 51 (4): 1-5
SOLIDARITY AND TRADITION IN GADAMER'S HERMENEUTICS
GEORGIA WARNKE, vol. 51 (4): 6-22
THE PRAGMATIC CONFUCIAN APPROACH TO TRADITION IN MODERNIZING CHINA
SOR-HOON TAN, vol. 51 (4): 23-44
TRADITION: A PRINCIPLE OF HISTORICAL SENSE-GENERATION AND ITS LOGIC AND EFFECT IN HISTORICAL CULTURE
JÖRN RÜSEN, vol. 51 (4): 45-59
THE EVOLUTION OF THE RUSSIAN TRADITION OF STATE POWER
PHILIP POMPER, vol. 51 (4): 60-88
DISCIPLINING TRADITION IN MODERN CHINA: TWO CASE STUDIES
JOHN MAKEHAM, vol. 51 (4): 89-104
ON MODERNITY'S CHANGES TO “TRADITION”: A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
HANGSHENG ZHENG, vol. 51 (4): 105-113
BACK TO WHERE WE'VE NEVER BEEN: HEIDEGGER, LEVINAS, AND DERRIDA ON TRADITION AND HISTORY
ETHAN KLEINBERG, vol. 51 (4): 114-135

Volume 51 (3)

THE PASTS
PAUL A. ROTH, vol. 51 (3): 313-339
THE MISSING NARRATIVIST TURN IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF SCIENCE
JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, vol. 51 (3): 340-363
DEBATING TOTALITARIANISM: AN EXCHANGE OF LETTERS BETWEEN HANNAH ARENDT AND ERIC VOEGELIN
PETER BAEHR, GORDON C. WELLS, vol. 51 (3): 364-380
THE CONTINUING MODESTY OF HISTORY
Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth, vol. 51 (3): 381-396
THINKING HISTORICALLY WHEN THE MARGINS BECOME THE CENTER: INTELLECTUAL HISTORY AS HISTORICAL CRITIQUE IN MARTIN JAY'S ESSAYS FROM THE EDGE
John E. Toews, vol. 51 (3): 397-410
WHAT TYPE OF HISTORIAN? CONCEPTUAL HISTORY AND THE HISTORY OF CONCEPTS: A COMPLEX LEGACY AND A RECENT CONTRIBUTION
Cesare Cuttica, vol. 51 (3): 411-422
THE FINAL PHASE?
Gabrielle M. Spiegel, vol. 51 (3): 423-435
ERNST CASSIRER, MARTIN HEIDEGGER, AND THE LEGACY OF DAVOS
Jeffrey Andrew Barash, vol. 51 (3): 436-450
WHAT'S WRONG WITH ECONOMIC HISTORY?
William H. Sewell, vol. 51 (3): 466-476
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS
vol. 51 (3): 477-479
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 51 (3): 480-483

Volume 51 (2)

AGAINST PERIODIZATION: KOSELLECK'S THEORY OF MULTIPLE TEMPORALITIES
HELGE JORDHEIM, vol. 51 (2): 151-171
ON LAWFULNESS IN HISTORY AND HISTORIOGRAPHY
BERT LEURIDAN, ANTON FROEYMAN, vol. 51 (2): 172-192
ARE EMOTIONS A KIND OF PRACTICE (AND IS THAT WHAT MAKES THEM HAVE A HISTORY)? A BOURDIEUIAN APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING EMOTION
MONIQUE SCHEER, vol. 51 (2): 193-220
THINKING AFTER HITLER: THE NEW INTELLECTUAL HISTORY OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY1
Frank Biess, vol. 51 (2): 221-245
WHAT CONDITION OUR CONDITION IS IN
Henning Trüper, vol. 51 (2): 246-256