Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice articles

Volume 16 (1)

Looking for María Pérez
vol. 16 (1): 27-40
Madame de Pompadour and Le Havre-de-Grâce: An unnatural history
vol. 16 (1): 41-57
Though it seemed to be a lie, the women (even the shy one) danced on the pulpit that night: What Mexicans made of the revolutionaries among them, 1934–1940 The most languid, untold pleasure
vol. 16 (1): 59-70
Simone's funeral: Egyptian lives, Jewish deaths in twenty-first-century Cairo
vol. 16 (1): 71-89
Slippery when wet: A young historian's journey into the world of creative non-fiction
vol. 16 (1): 91-108
‘As glad a father as ever was King’: The Reformation counterfactuals of Henry VIII's children
vol. 16 (1): 109-120
Introduction
vol. 16 (1): 121-145
There is a Witchery in Kodakery …
vol. 16 (1): 125-129
Chasing traces
vol. 16 (1): 130-133
Border crossings: Telling Indian histories at the frontière
vol. 16 (1): 134-139
Drifting
vol. 16 (1): 140-145
History in the discursive condition: Reconsidering the tools of thought
vol. 16 (1): 147-154
Filming the Middle Ages
vol. 16 (1): 155-160

Volume 15 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 15 (4): 0-0
Editorial
vol. 15 (4): 459-462
The end of oppositional history?
vol. 15 (4): 463-488
Five questions on intellectual history
vol. 15 (4): 489-510
History and art: some meeting points
vol. 15 (4): 511-522
Modifying Alun Munslow's classification of approaches to history
vol. 15 (4): 523-537
The present state of (my) history
vol. 15 (4): 539-550
‘They saw our people dressed up and they just … escaped!’ Mark Wallis in interview about the development of professional live history in Britain
vol. 15 (4): 551-565
Alun Munslow: in conversation with Keith Jenkins
vol. 15 (4): 567-586
Affect and empathy: re-enactment and performance as/in history
vol. 15 (4): 587-599
Looking back, groping forward: Rethinking sensory history
vol. 15 (4): 601-616
Medievalisms in the postcolonial world: The idea of ‘the Middle Ages’ outside Europe
vol. 15 (4): 617-625

Volume 15 (2)

Editorial
de Groot, J., vol. 15 (2): 149-152
The Making History initiative and Australian popular history
Arrow, Michelle, vol. 15 (2): 153-174
Intervention: Public women and public history: revolution, prostitution and testimony in Cuba
Hamilton, Carrie, vol. 15 (2): 175-187
Going on an outing: the historic house and queer public history
Oram, Alison, vol. 15 (2): 189-207
A 'phantom freedom in a phantom modernity'? Protestant missionaries, domestic ideology and narratives of modernity in an Arab context
Elsadda, Hoda, vol. 15 (2): 209-228
Intervention: Some thoughts on the problem of 'popular/public history' in China
Müller, Gotelind, vol. 15 (2): 229-239
Public history and the fragments of place: archaeology, history and heritage site development in southern Alberta
Opp, James, vol. 15 (2): 241-267
'Perpetually dividing and suturing the past and present': Mad Men and the illusions of history
de Groot, Jerome, vol. 15 (2): 269-285
Intervention: Hacking history, from analogue to digital and back again
Turkel, William J., vol. 15 (2): 287-296
Historical fiction and fictions of history
Teo, Hsu-Ming, vol. 15 (2): 297-313

Volume 15 (1)

Let us burn the gondolas: Venice as a modern city
Walker, Jonathan, vol. 15 (1): 3-60
Knowledge and indifference in the New York City race riot of 1900: an argument in search of a story
Hodes, Martha, vol. 15 (1): 61-89
The capital of the nation of defeat: ruminations on writing a history of the South in a northern city in wartime
Downs, Gregory, vol. 15 (1): 91-104
Relics
Briante, Susan, vol. 15 (1): 105-110
'Some things spoken I understood not'
Strong, Robert, vol. 15 (1): 111-123