European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire articles

Volume 23 (5-6)

Hotel patriots or permanent strangers? Joseph Roth and the Jews of inter-war Central Europe
vol. 23 (5-6): 814-827
Marxism, cosmopolitanism and ‘the’ Jews
vol. 23 (5-6): 828-846
Marxism, cosmopolitanism and ‘the’ Jews
vol. 23 (5-6): 828-846
New futures, new pasts: Horace M. Kallen and the contribution of Jewishness to the future
vol. 23 (5-6): 847-862
New futures, new pasts: Horace M. Kallen and the contribution of Jewishness to the future
vol. 23 (5-6): 847-862
Rootless cosmopolitans: German-Jewish writers confront the Stalinist and National Socialist atrocities
vol. 23 (5-6): 863-879
Rootless cosmopolitans: German-Jewish writers confront the Stalinist and National Socialist atrocities
vol. 23 (5-6): 863-879
Inviting essential outsiders in: imagining a cosmopolitan nation
vol. 23 (5-6): 880-896
Inviting essential outsiders in: imagining a cosmopolitan nation
vol. 23 (5-6): 880-896
‘Cosmopolitan from above’: a Jewish experience in Hong Kong
vol. 23 (5-6): 897-911
‘Cosmopolitan from above’: a Jewish experience in Hong Kong
vol. 23 (5-6): 897-911
The possibilities and pitfalls of a Jewish cosmopolitanism: reading Natan Sznaider through Russian-Jewish writer Olga Grjasnowa’s German-language novel Der Russe ist einer, der Birken liebt (All Russians Love Birch Trees)
vol. 23 (5-6): 912-930
The possibilities and pitfalls of a Jewish cosmopolitanism: reading Natan Sznaider through Russian-Jewish writer Olga Grjasnowa’s German-language novel Der Russe ist einer, der Birken liebt (All Russians Love Birch Trees)
vol. 23 (5-6): 912-930
Cosmopolitan Europeans? Jewish public intellectuals in Germany and Austria and the idea of ‘Europe’
vol. 23 (5-6): 931-946
Cosmopolitan Europeans? Jewish public intellectuals in Germany and Austria and the idea of ‘Europe’
vol. 23 (5-6): 931-946
Drifting towards Cosmopolis
vol. 23 (5-6): 947-960
Drifting towards Cosmopolis
vol. 23 (5-6): 947-960
Maximalism as a Cosmopolitan strategy in the art of Ruth Novaczek and Doug Fishbone
vol. 23 (5-6): 961-977
Maximalism as a Cosmopolitan strategy in the art of Ruth Novaczek and Doug Fishbone
vol. 23 (5-6): 961-977
How the Jews defeated Hitler. Exploding the myth of Jewish passivity in the face of Nazism
vol. 23 (5-6): 978-979
How the Jews defeated Hitler. Exploding the myth of Jewish passivity in the face of Nazism
vol. 23 (5-6): 978-979
On the freedom of the sea
vol. 23 (5-6): 980-981
On the freedom of the sea
vol. 23 (5-6): 980-981
The anatomy of terror: political violence under Stalin
vol. 23 (5-6): 981-983
The anatomy of terror: political violence under Stalin
vol. 23 (5-6): 981-983

Volume 22 (6)

Face à la famine: mobilisations, opérations et pratiques humanitaires: Introduction
vol. 22 (6): 855-859
Practising the British way of famine: technologies of relief, 1770–1985
vol. 22 (6): 860-872
Decentring international and institutional famine relief in late nineteenth-century China: in search of the local
vol. 22 (6): 873-889
Affamer les prisonniers de guerre: entre mythes et réalités, 1914–54
vol. 22 (6): 890-899
Déni, connaissance, responsabilité: le régime stalinien et la grande famine ukrainienne de 1932–3
vol. 22 (6): 900-916
Coping with famine in Communist China (1949–62)
vol. 22 (6): 917-928
Famine responses in the world food crisis 1972–5 and the World Food Conference of 1974
vol. 22 (6): 929-939
L’enfance comme figure compassionnelle: étude transversale de l’iconographie de la famine aux dix-neuvième et vingtième siècles
vol. 22 (6): 940-962
Famine and the changing role of NGOs: an Irish perspective
vol. 22 (6): 963-970
National identity and the agrarian republic: the transatlantic commerce of ideas between America and France, 1750–1830
vol. 22 (6): 971-971
Fleeting cities: imperial expositions in fin-de-siècle Europe
vol. 22 (6): 971-973
Public pantheons in revolutionary Europe: comparing cultures of Remembrance, c. 1790–1840
vol. 22 (6): 973-975
A pact with Vichy: Angelo Tasca from Italian Socialism to French Collaboration
vol. 22 (6): 975-976
Lessons in contempt: Poul Raeff's translation and publication in 1516 of Johannes Pfefferkorn's The Confession of the Jews
vol. 22 (6): 977l-978
In light of another's word: European ethnography in the Middle Ages
vol. 22 (6): 978-979