European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire articles

Volume 20 (1)

David to Delacroix: The Rise of Romantic Mythology
vol. 20 (1): 164-165
Popular Historiographies in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Cultural Meanings, Social Practices
vol. 20 (1): 166-167
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Civil War
vol. 20 (1): 167-0
Lenin
vol. 20 (1): 167-168
A Primer for Teaching World History. Ten Design Principles
vol. 20 (1): 169-170

Volume 19 (6)

Editorial Board
vol. 19 (6): 0-0
In the wake of crisis: bringing economic history back in
vol. 19 (6): 847-854
Crises and policy responses within the political trilemma: Europe, 1929–36 and 2008–11
vol. 19 (6): 855-879
Public debt and financial crises in the twentieth century
vol. 19 (6): 881-897
What do we need to bring about a financial crisis? A long-term look at the development of banking systems, money supply and crises 1850–2010
vol. 19 (6): 899-923
Financial crises and the balance of power in international finance, 1890–2010
vol. 19 (6): 925-941
The German transfer problem, 1920–33: a sovereign-debt perspective
vol. 19 (6): 943-964
Economic crises in the ASEAN area: types and responses
vol. 19 (6): 965-977
Crying on Lombard Street: fixing sovereign defaults in the 1890s
vol. 19 (6): 979-997
The crisis before the crisis: the ‘problems of modern society’ and the OECD, 1968–74
vol. 19 (6): 999-1020
Finance is History!
vol. 19 (6): 1021-1026

Volume 19 (5)

The politics of contested narratives: biographical approaches to modern European history. Introduction
vol. 19 (5): 653-658
Personal epistemologies: historiography, self-reflexivity and bios
vol. 19 (5): 659-667
Living Mitteleuropa in the 1980s: a network of Hungarian and West German Intellectuals
vol. 19 (5): 669-692
The double bind of self-narration: Joseph Roth, Jewish identity and the undercurrents of European modernity
vol. 19 (5): 693-710
Contiguous spaces of remembrance in identity writing: chemistry, fiction and the autobiographic question in Primo Levi's The Periodic Table
vol. 19 (5): 711-727
Measuring identity change: analysing fragments from the diary of Sándor Károlyi with social-network analysis
vol. 19 (5): 729-748
Re-presenting moral ambivalence: narratives of political monologue regarding András Hegedűs and Pál Teleki
vol. 19 (5): 749-766
Public festivities and the making of a national poet: a case study of Alexander Pushkin's biography in 1899 and 1937
vol. 19 (5): 767-788
Self-identification through narrative: reflection on the collectivisation of agriculture in Bulgaria
vol. 19 (5): 789-808
Biography and social change: industrialists and the Communist revolution in Yugoslavia
vol. 19 (5): 809-823
The secret life of us: 1984, the miners' strike and the place of biography in writing history ‘from below’
vol. 19 (5): 825-846

Volume 19 (4)

Colonial encounters, local knowledge and the making of the cartographic archive in the Venetian Peloponnese
vol. 19 (4): 491-514
Faith, philanthropy and the aged poor in nineteenth-century England and Wales
vol. 19 (4): 515-530
The veterans' movement and First World War memory in Portugal (1918–33): between the Republic and Dictatorship
vol. 19 (4): 531-551
Exploitation, fascist violence and social cleansing: a study of Franco's concentration camps from a comparative perspective
vol. 19 (4): 553-573
The Italian white-goods industry and the European Common Market during the years of the ‘economic miracle’ (1958–63): quantitative evidence and interpretative hypotheses
vol. 19 (4): 575-599
Czechoslovak–Liechtenstein relations in the shadow of the Communist coup in Czechoslovakia, February 1948
vol. 19 (4): 601-620
Becoming Neapolitan: Citizen Culture in Baroque Naples
vol. 19 (4): 621-623
The British Confederate: Archibald Campbell, Marquess of Argyll, c. 1607–1661
vol. 19 (4): 623-625
Edge of Crisis. War and Trade in the Spanish Atlantic, 1789–1808
vol. 19 (4): 625-627
Cinema, Audiences and Modernity: New Perspectives on European Cinema History
vol. 19 (4): 627-629
To End All Wars. A Story of Loyalty and Rebellion, 1914–1918
vol. 19 (4): 629-630
Humanitarian Reason: A Moral History of the Present
vol. 19 (4): 630-632
The Lisbon Route. Entry and Escape in Nazi Germany
vol. 19 (4): 632-634