European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire articles

Volume 22 (6)

Choosing terror: virtue, friendship and authenticity in the French Revolution
vol. 22 (6): 979-981
National mythologies in Central European TV series. How J.R. won the Cold War
vol. 22 (6): 981-983
Routes into the abyss. Coping with crises in the 1930s
vol. 22 (6): 983-985
A short history of the twentieth century
vol. 22 (6): 985-987
Frontier and border regions in early modern Europe
vol. 22 (6): 987-989
Mediterranean Enlightenment: Livornese Jews, Tuscan Culture, and Eighteenth-Century Reform
vol. 22 (6): 989-991
The Transformation of the World: A Global History of the Nineteenth Century
vol. 22 (6): 991-992
The Oxford Handbook of the French Revolution
vol. 22 (6): 992-993
Italofilia. Opinione pubblica britannica e Risorgimento italiano 1847–1864
vol. 22 (6): 993-995
Wandering Greeks: The Ancient Greek Diaspora from the Age of Homer to the Death of Alexander the Great
vol. 22 (6): 995-997
Beggar thy neighbor: A history of usury and debt
vol. 22 (6): 997-999
European encounters: Intellectual exchange and the rethinking of Europe 1914–1945
vol. 22 (6): 999-1000
Unified military industries of the soviet bloc: Hungary and the division of labor in military production
vol. 22 (6): 1001-1001
An exiled generation: German and hungarian refugees of revolution, 1848–1871
vol. 22 (6): 1001-1003
Byzantine Matters
vol. 22 (6): 1003-1004
Entanglements of Empire: Missionaries, Maori, and the Question of the Body
vol. 22 (6): 1004-1006
From enemy to brother: The revolution in Catholic Teaching on the Jews, 1933–1965
vol. 22 (6): 1006-1007
Corrigendum
vol. 22 (6): 1008-1008
Editorial Board
vol. 22 (6): 1009-1009

Volume 22 (5)

Dogs and modernity: dogs in history and culture
vol. 22 (5): 705-708
Beyond ‘resistance’: rethinking nonhuman agency for a ‘more-than-human’ world
vol. 22 (5): 709-725
The invention of the basset hound: breed, blood and the late Victorian dog fancy, 1865–1900
vol. 22 (5): 726-740
The Dog and Cat Massacre of September 1939 and the People's War
vol. 22 (5): 741-756
Mongrel nation: animality and Empire in the novels of J.G. Farrell
vol. 22 (5): 757-770
Re-education in times of transitional justice: the case of the Dutch and Belgian collaborators after the Second World War
vol. 22 (5): 771-790
Fiction and memoir of Britain’s Great War: disillusioned or disparate?
vol. 22 (5): 791-813
Fiction and Memoir of Britain’s Great War: Some further thoughts
vol. 22 (5): 814-818
History manifested: making sense of unprecedented change
vol. 22 (5): 819-834
History Manifested: A Commentary on continuity, disruption and the production of history
vol. 22 (5): 835-838
Delphi: a history of the center of the ancient world
vol. 22 (5): 839-840
Rewriting saints and ancestors. Memory and forgetting in France, 500–1200
vol. 22 (5): 840-842
The Roman Inquisition: a papal bureaucracy and its laws in the age of Galileo
vol. 22 (5): 842-843
The Routledge history of Western Empires
vol. 22 (5): 843-845
The first Anglo-Afghan wars. A reader
vol. 22 (5): 845-846
Military culture and popular patriotism in Late Imperial Austria
vol. 22 (5): 846-847
Liberalism and the Habsburg monarchy, 1861–1895
vol. 22 (5): 847-848
The Age of Internationalism and Belgium, 1880–1930. Peace, Progress and Prestige
vol. 22 (5): 849-850
Selling under the Swastika: advertising and commercial culture in Nazi Germany
vol. 22 (5): 850-852
Revisionist scholarship and modern Irish politics
vol. 22 (5): 852-854

Volume 22 (4)

Reading for gender
vol. 22 (4): 527-535