European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire articles

Volume 24 (6)

What is history for? Johann Gustav Droysen and the functions of historiography
vol. 24 (6): 1008-1010
What is history for? Johann Gustav Droysen and the functions of historiography
vol. 24 (6): 1008-1010
50 ans d’affacturage en France: Des pionniers et leaders aux groupes bancaires (1964–2016)
vol. 24 (6): 1010-1011
50 ans d’affacturage en France: Des pionniers et leaders aux groupes bancaires (1964–2016)
vol. 24 (6): 1010-1011
Daughters of the trade: Atlantic slavers and interracial marriage on the Gold Coast
vol. 24 (6): 1011-1012
Daughters of the trade: Atlantic slavers and interracial marriage on the Gold Coast
vol. 24 (6): 1011-1012
Transformations of populism in Europe and the Americas: history and recent tendencies
vol. 24 (6): 1013-1014
Transformations of populism in Europe and the Americas: history and recent tendencies
vol. 24 (6): 1013-1014
The beguines of medieval Paris: Gender, patronage, and spiritual authority
vol. 24 (6): 1014-1016
The beguines of medieval Paris: Gender, patronage, and spiritual authority
vol. 24 (6): 1014-1016
Friendship and sociability in premodern Europe: contexts, concepts, and expressions
vol. 24 (6): 1016-1017
Friendship and sociability in premodern Europe: contexts, concepts, and expressions
vol. 24 (6): 1016-1017

Volume 24 (5)

Perfecting the nation: Enlightenment perspectives on the coincidence of linguistic and ‘national’ refinement
vol. 24 (5): 659-682
Perfecting the nation: Enlightenment perspectives on the coincidence of linguistic and ‘national’ refinement
vol. 24 (5): 659-682
Hidden footnotes: J.A. Smith, R.G. Collingwood and Croce’s conception of history
vol. 24 (5): 683-703
Hidden footnotes: J.A. Smith, R.G. Collingwood and Croce’s conception of history
vol. 24 (5): 683-703
An Enlightened path towards conservatism: critical junctures and changing elite perceptions in early nineteenth-century Russia
vol. 24 (5): 704-731
An Enlightened path towards conservatism: critical junctures and changing elite perceptions in early nineteenth-century Russia
vol. 24 (5): 704-731
Biedermeier desk in Seattle: the Veit Simon children, class and the transnational in Holocaust history
vol. 24 (5): 732-758
Biedermeier desk in Seattle: the Veit Simon children, class and the transnational in Holocaust history
vol. 24 (5): 732-758
Children’s citizenly participation in the National Revolution: the instrumentalization of children in Vichy France
vol. 24 (5): 759-780
Children’s citizenly participation in the National Revolution: the instrumentalization of children in Vichy France
vol. 24 (5): 759-780
Imperial cooperation at the margins of Europe: the European Commission of the Danube, 1856–65
vol. 24 (5): 781-800
Imperial cooperation at the margins of Europe: the European Commission of the Danube, 1856–65
vol. 24 (5): 781-800
Debating federal Europe in the British Parliament, c. 1940–49
vol. 24 (5): 801-816
Debating federal Europe in the British Parliament, c. 1940–49
vol. 24 (5): 801-816
Early modern cultures of translation
vol. 24 (5): 817-818
Early modern cultures of translation
vol. 24 (5): 817-818
Ecclesiastical knights: the military orders in Castile, 1150–1330
vol. 24 (5): 818-820
Ecclesiastical knights: the military orders in Castile, 1150–1330
vol. 24 (5): 818-820
Michelangelo’s David: Florentine history and civic identity
vol. 24 (5): 820-821
Michelangelo’s David: Florentine history and civic identity
vol. 24 (5): 820-821
No easy occupation: French control of the German Saar, 1944–1957
vol. 24 (5): 822-823
No easy occupation: French control of the German Saar, 1944–1957
vol. 24 (5): 822-823
Purchasing power: the economics of modern Jewish history
vol. 24 (5): 823-825
Purchasing power: the economics of modern Jewish history
vol. 24 (5): 823-825
The far reaches: phenomenology, ethics, and social renewal in Central Europe
vol. 24 (5): 825-827
The far reaches: phenomenology, ethics, and social renewal in Central Europe
vol. 24 (5): 825-827
The intimacies of four continents
vol. 24 (5): 827-828
The intimacies of four continents
vol. 24 (5): 827-828