Bibliographic update October 2016: All

History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

ON THE ELUSIVENESS OF CONTEXT
TAKASHI SHOGIMEN, vol. 55 (2): 233-252
ARRIVAL OF COURTLY LOVE: MOVING IN THE EMOTIONAL SPACE
Noël Bonneuil, vol. 55 (2): 253-269
BACK TO THE FUTURE: POSTNARRATIVIST HISTORIOGRAPHY AND ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY
Paul A. Roth, vol. 55 (2): 270-281
HISTORY OF HISTORIOGRAPHY FROM A SLIGHTLY COSMOPOLITAN POINT OF VIEW
Jurandir Malerba, vol. 55 (2): 282-289
CONTEXTS OF COLONIALISM
Woodruff D. Smith, vol. 55 (2): 290-301
AN IMPERIAL SYLLABUS
Matthew Garrett, vol. 55 (2): 302-313
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 55 (2): 314-317
Website
vol. 55 (2): 320-320

History of European Ideas

Rehabilitating Machiavelli: Kaspar Schoppe with and against Rome
Gábor Almási, vol. 42 (8): 981-1004
From Hanover to Gibraltar: Cato’s Letters (1720–23) in International Context
Doohwan Ahn, vol. 42 (8): 1042-1054
‘An Old Carriage with New Horses’: Nietzsche’s Critique of Democracy
Hugo Drochon, vol. 42 (8): 1055-1068
The Praelium Nuportanum by Isaac Dorislaus: Anglo–Dutch Relations and Strategic historiography
Jan Waszink, vol. 42 (8): 1005-1026
Contests about Natural Law in Early Enlightenment Copenhagen
Mads Langballe Jensen, vol. 42 (8): 1027-1041
‘The Standard Work in English on the League’ and Its Authorship: Charles Howard Ellis, an Unlikely Australian Internationalist
James Cotton, vol. 42 (8): 1089-1104
Agents of knowledge: Marxist identity politics in the Revisionismusstreit
Jamie Melrose, vol. 42 (8): 1069-1088
Before anarchy. Hobbes and his critics in modern international thought
Michael Sonenscher, vol. 42 (8): 1115-1116
New Histories of Enlightenment Geneva
Neven Leddy, vol. 42 (8): 1105-1110
Tuck, Rousseau and the Sovereignty of the People
Robin Douglass, vol. 42 (8): 1111-1114
A Relocated Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment?
Trude Evenshaug, vol. 42 (7): 893-908
Georges Sorel’s Diremption: Hegel, Marxism and Anti-Dialectics
Eric Brandom, vol. 42 (7): 937-950
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