History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History articles

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
NEITHER/NOR
Knox Peden, vol. 51 (2): 257-269
HISTORY'S DEMARCATION PROBLEM
Jenni Tyynelä, Tim De Mey, vol. 51 (2): 270-279
NATIONAL IDENTITY IN THE VANQUISHED STATE: GERMAN AND JAPANESE POSTWAR HISTORIOGRAPHY FROM A TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
Erik Grimmer-Solem, vol. 51 (2): 280-291
MODELING IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH PRACTICE AND METHODOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS FROM POLAND1
Zenonas Norkus, vol. 51 (2): 292-304
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS
vol. 51 (2): 305-308
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 51 (2): 309-312

Volume 51 (1)

THE EPISTEMIC AND MORAL ROLE OF TESTIMONY1
VERÓNICA TOZZI, vol. 51 (1): 1-17
TEACHING OLD DOGS NEW TRICKS: FOUR MOTIFS OF LEGAL CHANGE FROM EARLY MODERN EUROPE
COLIN F. WILDER, vol. 51 (1): 18-41
FOUCAULT, FIELDS OF GOVERNABILITY, AND THE POPULATION–FAMILY–ECONOMY NEXUS IN CHINA
MALCOLM THOMPSON, vol. 51 (1): 42-62
THE INCOMMENSURABILITY OF PSYCHOANALYSIS AND HISTORY
JOAN W. SCOTT, vol. 51 (1): 63-83
THE DIALECTICS OF JAMESON'S DIALECTICS
Frank Ankersmit, vol. 51 (1): 84-106
ARE WE HARD-WIRED TO THINK ABOUT HISTORY?
Gabriel Motzkin, vol. 51 (1): 107-115
CHINESE ART: HOW DIFFERENT COULD IT BE FROM WESTERN PAINTING?
David Carrier, vol. 51 (1): 116-122
SEARLEWORLD1
Paul A. Roth, vol. 51 (1): 123-142
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS
vol. 51 (1): 143-146
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 51 (1): 147-150

Volume 50 (4)

INTRODUCTION: THE METAPHOR OF HISTORICAL DISTANCE
JAAP DEN HOLLANDER, vol. 50 (4): 1-10
RETHINKING HISTORICAL DISTANCE: FROM DOCTRINE TO HEURISTIC
MARK SALBER PHILLIPS, vol. 50 (4): 11-23
WHY HISTORICAL DISTANCE IS NOT A PROBLEM
MARK BEVIR, vol. 50 (4): 24-37
BEYOND THE HORIZON: CHRONOSCHISMS AND HISTORICAL DISTANCE
HANS KELLNER, vol. 50 (4): 38-50
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY AND THE ART OF SELF-DISTANCING
JAAP DEN HOLLANDER, vol. 50 (4): 51-67
INDIRECT REFERENCE AND THE CREATION OF DISTANCE IN HISTORY
EUGEN ZELEŇÁK, vol. 50 (4): 68-80
GADAMER AND COLLINGWOOD ON TEMPORAL DISTANCE AND UNDERSTANDING
CHINATSU KOBAYASHI, vol. 50 (4): 81-103
DISTANCE AND SELF-DISTANCIATION: INTELLECTUAL VIRTUE AND HISTORICAL METHOD AROUND 1900
HERMAN PAUL, vol. 50 (4): 104-116