Bibliographic update July 2015: All

History

Through a Glass, Darkly: The CIA and Oral History
Andrew Hammond, vol. 100 (340): 311-326
Afterword
Hugh Wilford, vol. 100 (340): 327-330

History and Technology

Editor’s Note
vol. 30 (4): 281-282
Standardizing the state while integrating the frontier: the Chilean telegraph system in the Araucanía, 1870–1900
vol. 30 (4): 283-308
Defiance to compliance: Visions of the computer in postwar Britain
vol. 30 (4): 309-333
Emerging opportunities: nanoelectronics and engineering research in a South Korean university
vol. 30 (4): 334-353
Shoddy heap: a material history between waste and manufacture
vol. 30 (4): 374-394
Editorial Board
vol. 30 (4): 0-0

History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

1. INTRODUCTION: ASSESSING NARRATIVISM
ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON, JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, vol. 54 (2): 153-161
2. NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET? HOW NARRATIVISM AND EXPERIENCE CAN BE RECONCILED BY DIALOGICAL ETHICS
ANTON FROEYMAN, vol. 54 (2): 162-177
3. THE EXPRESSION OF HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE
ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON, vol. 54 (2): 178-194
4. THE GADAMERIAN APPROACH TO THE RELATION BETWEEN EXPERIENCE AND LANGUAGE
MARTIN NOSÁL, vol. 54 (2): 195-208
5. TWO VERSIONS OF A CONSTRUCTIVIST VIEW OF HISTORICAL WORK
EUGEN ZELEŇÁK, vol. 54 (2): 209-225
6. WHY WE NEED TO MOVE FROM TRUTH-FUNCTIONALITY TO PERFORMATIVITY IN HISTORIOGRAPHY
JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN, vol. 54 (2): 226-243
MAKING HISTORY BY CONTEXTUALIZING ONESELF: AUTOBIOGRAPHY AS HISTORIOGRAPHICAL INTERVENTION
JAUME AURELL, vol. 54 (2): 244-268
CAN THERE BE A BOURDIEUSIAN THEORY OF CRISIS? ON HISTORICAL CHANGE AND SOCIAL THEORY
Isaac Ariail Reed, vol. 54 (2): 269-276
FROM NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY TO KANT'S—AND BACK
Peter Fenves, vol. 54 (2): 277-286
ASSESSING (AND NOT ASSESSING) THE ITALIAN CONTRIBUTION TO HISTORIOGRAPHY AND POLITICAL THOUGHT
David D. Roberts, vol. 54 (2): 287-305
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 54 (2): 306-309
Website
vol. 54 (2): 0-0
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