Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Intellectual History Review

A heavenly poise: radical religion and the making of the Enlightenment
vol. 27 (1): 71-96
Narratives of de-secularization in international relations
vol. 27 (1): 97-113
The History of Political Thought as secular genealogy: the case of liberty in early modern England
vol. 27 (1): 115-133
The politics of disenchantment: Marcel Gauchet and the French struggle with secularization
vol. 27 (1): 135-150
Is absolute secularity conceivable?
vol. 27 (1): 151-169

International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing

Front matter
vol. 11 (1): -
Editors’ Note
vol. 11 (1): 0-0
Notes on Contributors
vol. 11 (1): 0-0
Guest Editor's Introduction: Digital GeoHumanities: Visualizing Geographic Thought
vol. 11 (1): 1-15
Guest Editor's Note: Process in Digital Geohumanities
vol. 11 (1): 16-19
Inhabiting the Line: A Digital Chronology of Suburban Expansion for San Antonio, Texas
vol. 11 (1): 20-38
Peering Beyond the Imperial Gaze: Using Digital Tools to Construct a Spatial History of Conquest
vol. 11 (1): 39-54
Practicing Spatial Epistemology with Immanuel Kant's ‘Physical’ Classification
vol. 11 (1): 55-67
Green Dreams, Toxic Legacies: Toward a Digital Political Ecology of Silicon Valley
vol. 11 (1): 68-85
A Deep Chart (the Aqua-Face of Deep Mapping)
vol. 11 (1): 86-108
‘The Story of Us’: Place-Making through Public Interaction with Digital GeoHumanities in Colorado Springs
vol. 11 (1): 109-125
‘Imagined San Francisco’: Unpacking Urban Regime Theory through Interactive Cartography
vol. 11 (1): 126-143
Back matter
vol. 11 (1): -

Jewish Culture and History

Jewish property after 1945: cultures and economies of ownership, loss, recovery, and transfer
Jacob Ari Labendz, vol. 18 (1): 1-4
The amnesia of the Wirtschaftswunder: Essen’s ‘House of Industrial Design’
Michael L. Meng, vol. 18 (1): 5-16
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