Bibliographic update April 2014: All

History

We are the Revolutionists: German-Speaking Immigrants and American Abolitionists after 1848. By Mischa Honeck. University of Georgia Press. 2011. xiii + 236pp. £21.95.
Ethan Zane Miller, vol. 99 (334): 176-178
The Men and Women We Want: Gender, Race, and the Progressive Era Literacy Test Debate. By Jeanne D. Petit. University of Rochester Press. 2010. xii + 201pp. £50/$75.00.
Douglas C. Baynton, vol. 99 (334): 178-180
The Right Kind of Revolution: Modernization, Development, and US Foreign Policy from the Cold War to the Present. By Michael E. Latham. Cornell University Press. 2011. ix + 246pp. $73.50.
Alex Spelling, vol. 99 (334): 180-182
Mexico in World History. By William H. Beezley. Oxford University Press. 2011. xvi + 179pp. $19.95.
Will Fowler, vol. 99 (334): 183-184
The Zong: A Massacre, the Law and the End of Slavery. By James Walvin. Yale University Press. 2011. xi + 248pp. $32.50/£18.99.
Rebecca Shumway, vol. 99 (334): 184-186
Health, Medicine, and the Sea: Australian Voyages, c.1815–60. By Katherine Foxhall. Manchester University Press. 2012. xiii + 250pp. £60.00.
Jonathan Lamb, vol. 99 (334): 186-187

History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

THE REFLEXIVE TEST OF HAYDEN WHITE'S METAHISTORY
ADRIAN WILSON, vol. 53 (1): 1-23
ENTANGLED MEMORY: TOWARD A THIRD WAVE IN MEMORY STUDIES
GREGOR FEINDT, FÉLIX KRAWATZEK, DANIELA MEHLER, FRIEDEMANN PESTEL, RIEKE TRIMÇEV, vol. 53 (1): 24-44
LÖWITH, LÖWITH'S HEIDEGGER, AND THE UNITY OF HISTORY
HENNING TRÜPER, vol. 53 (1): 45-68
MODERNITY: A PROBLEMATIC CATEGORY IN THE HISTORY OF EMOTIONS
Barbara H. Rosenwein, vol. 53 (1): 69-78
DRAWING THE VEIL OF SOVEREIGNTY: EARLY MODERN ISLAMIC EMPIRES AND UNDERSTANDING SACRED KINGSHIP
Alan Strathern, vol. 53 (1): 79-93
WRITING, BOOKS, AND AFRICA
Shamil Jeppie, vol. 53 (1): 94-104
TWO CONTRASTING FRENCH APPROACHES TO HISTORIOGRAPHY
Georg G. Iggers, vol. 53 (1): 105-118
INTERPRETATION AND EXPLANATION IN CULTURAL SOCIOLOGY
Harvey Goldman, vol. 53 (1): 119-129
AN OPEN INVITATION?: ADDING LINKS TO THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF HISTORICAL REPRESENTATIONS
Bettina M. Carbonell, vol. 53 (1): 130-149
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 53 (1): 150-153
Website
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History of European Ideas

The Wealth and Freedom of the North: Scandinavian Political Cultures and Economic Ideas in the Eighteenth Century
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Edmund Burke's Ideas on Historical Change
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Newman at the Sorbonne, or, the Vicissitudes of an Important Philosophical Heritage in Inter-war France
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