European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

The European Review of History - Revue Européenne d'Histoire is an international journal covering European history of all centuries and subdisciplines. It aims to create a forum for ideas from across Europe, to encourage the most innovatory research, to make diverse historiographies better known and to practically assist exchanges between young historians.

Publishes 6 issues a year.

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Latest articles

Volume 23 (3)

The business relations, identities and political resources of Italian merchants in the early-modern Spanish monarchy: some introductory remarks
vol. 23 (3): 335-346
Tuscan merchants in Andalusia: a historiographical debate
vol. 23 (3): 347-366
A Genoese merchant and banker in the Kingdom of Naples: Ottavio Serra and his business network in the Spanish polycentric system, c.1590–1620
vol. 23 (3): 367-399
Looking through the mirrors: materiality and intimacy at Domenico Grillo’s mansion in Baroque Madrid
vol. 23 (3): 400-426
Small but powerful: networking strategies and the trade business of Habsburg-Italian merchants in Cadiz in the second half of the eighteenth century
vol. 23 (3): 427-455
Coping with Iberian monopolies: Genoese trade networks and formal institutions in Spain and Portugal during the second half of the eighteenth century
vol. 23 (3): 456-485
Politics of place: political representation and the culture of electioneering in the Netherlands, c.1848–1980s
vol. 23 (3): 486-507
A regionalisation or long-distance trade? Transformations and shifts in the role of Tana in the Black Sea trade in the first half of the fifteenth century
vol. 23 (3): 508-525
Political travel across the ‘Iron Curtain’ and Communist youth identities in West Germany and Greece in the 1970s and 1980s
vol. 23 (3): 526-553
The making of politics and trained intelligence in the Near East: Robert College of Istanbul
vol. 23 (3): 554-571

Volume 23 (1-2)

Humanitarianisms in context
vol. 23 (1-2): 1-15
A civilized nation: Japan and the Red Cross 1877–1900
vol. 23 (1-2): 16-32
The Great War, the child’s body and the American Red Cross
vol. 23 (1-2): 33-62
Political humanitarianism in the 1930s: Indian aid for Republican Spain
vol. 23 (1-2): 63-81
The politics of neutrality: the American Friends Service Committee and the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939
vol. 23 (1-2): 82-100
The world-wide web of humanitarianism: NGOs and population displacement in the third quarter of the twentieth century
vol. 23 (1-2): 101-115
Reinventing the firm: from post-war relief to international humanitarian agency
vol. 23 (1-2): 116-135
The Suez Crisis of 1956 as a moment of transnational humanitarian engagement
vol. 23 (1-2): 136-153
Youth against hunger: service, activism and the mobilisation of young humanitarians in 1960s Britain
vol. 23 (1-2): 154-170
The ‘radical humanism’ of ‘Cap Anamur’ / ‘German Emergency Doctors’ in the 1980s: a turning point for the idea, practice and policy of humanitarian aid
vol. 23 (1-2): 171-192