European History Quarterly

European History Quarterly (EHQ) is a quarterly peer reviewed journal which has earned an international reputation as an essential resource on European history, publishing articles by eminent historians on a range of subjects from the later Middle Ages to post-1945.

Publisher: 
Sage Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0265-6914
ISSN (online): 
1461-7110

Latest articles

Volume 46 (2)

'They Shall Not Keep Their Doors or Windows Open: Urban Space and the Dynamics of Conflict and Contact in Premodern Jewish-Christian Relations
Jütte, D., vol. 46 (2): 209-237
The Italian Risorgimento and Sicilian Popular Balladry: The Problem of 'Deep Images and Popular Reception
Kehoe, B., vol. 46 (2): 238-261
In the Shadow of the Nazi Past: Post-war Reconstruction and the Claims of the Jewish Community in Salonika
Kralova, K., vol. 46 (2): 262-290
The Triumph of 'Normality, Social Attitudes, Popular Opinion and the Construction of the Franco Regime in Post-War Rural Spain (1936-1952)
Hernandez Burgos, C., vol. 46 (2): 291-310
The First World War in a Global Age
Mulligan, W., vol. 46 (2): 311-326
Peter Anderson and Miguel Angel del Arco Blanco, eds, Mass Killings and Violence in Spain, 1936-1952: Grappling with the Past
Silva, D. O., vol. 46 (2): 327-329
Nicholas Berg, The Holocaust and the West German Historians: Historical Interpretation and Autobiographical Memory
Bonnell, A. G., vol. 46 (2): 329-331
Francisco Bethencourt, Racisms: From the Crusades to the Twentieth Century
Ireton, C., vol. 46 (2): 331-333
Roberto Bizzocchi, A Ladys Man: The Cicisbei, Private Morals and National Identity in Italy
Borello, B., vol. 46 (2): 333-334
Kasper Brasken, The International Workers Relief, Communism, and Transnational Solidarity: Willi Münzenberg in Weimar Germany
Kessler, M., vol. 46 (2): 334-336
Marc Buggeln, Slave Labor in Nazi Concentration Camps; Martina Steber and Bernhard Gotto, eds, Visions of Community in Nazi Germany: Social Engineering and Private Lives
Lak, M., vol. 46 (2): 336-338
Andrew Chandler and Charlotte Hansen, eds, Observing Vatican II: The Confidential Reports of the Archbishop of Canterburys Representative, Bernard Pawley, 1961-1964
Logan, O., vol. 46 (2): 338-340
Trevor J. Dadson and J. H. Elliott, eds, Britain, Spain and the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713-2013
Gonzalez, J. E. G., vol. 46 (2): 340-341
Jennifer Mara DeSilva, ed., The Sacralization of Space and Behavior in the Early Modern World: Studies and Sources
Musillo, M., vol. 46 (2): 342-343
Peter F. Dembowski, Memoirs: Red and White: Poland, the War, and After
Prazmowska, A. J., vol. 46 (2): 344-345
Paul Dukes, A History of the Urals: Russias Crucible from Early Empire to the Post-Soviet Era
Hartley, J., vol. 46 (2): 345-346
Dennis Dworkin, ed., Ireland and Britain, 1798-1922: An Anthology of Sources
OConnor, E., vol. 46 (2): 346-348
Kent Eaton, Protestant Missionaries in Spain, 1869-1936: 'Shall the Papists Prevail?
Vincent, M., vol. 46 (2): 348-349
Anne Fuchs, After the Dresden Bombing: Pathways of Memory, 1945 to the Present; Tony Joel, The Dresden Firebombing: Memory and the Politics of Commemorating Destruction
Goebel, S., vol. 46 (2): 349-352
Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello, eds, Writing Material Culture History
Barrett, K., vol. 46 (2): 352-354