Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Historical Research

Royal office and private ventures: the fortunes of a Maltese nobleman in Sicily, 1725–50
Anton Caruana Galizia, vol. 90 (250): 742-763
Wales in late medieval and early modern English histories: neglect, rediscovery, and their implications
Tim Thornton, vol. 90 (250): 683-703
Eugenics, socialists and the labour movement in Britain, 1865–1940
David Redvaldsen, ONLINE EARLY
Negotiating public history in the Republic of Ireland: collaborative, applied and usable practices for the profession
Thomas Cauvin, Ciaran O'Neill, ONLINE EARLY

History and Technology

Materializing a form of urban governance: when street building intersected with city building in Republican Canton (Guangzhou), China
vol. 33 (2): 153-174
Small nation, big ships winter navigation and technological nationalism in a peripheral country, 1878–1978
vol. 33 (2): 220-248

History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

Issue Information – TOC
vol. 56 (3): 337-337
HYPOTHESES, GENERALIZATIONS, AND CONVERGENCE: SOME PEIRCEAN THEMES IN THE STUDY OF HISTORY
SERGE GRIGORIEV, vol. 56 (3): 339-361
1. CARL SCHMITT BETWEEN HISTORY AND MYTH
FEDERICO FINCHELSTEIN, vol. 56 (3): 362-369
2. CONFRONTING DEFEAT: CARL SCHMITT BETWEEN THE VICTORS AND THE VANQUISHED
ENZO TRAVERSO, vol. 56 (3): 370-378
3. CARL SCHMITT'S CONTRIBUTION TO A THEORY OF POLITICAL MYTH
MARÍA PÍA LARA, vol. 56 (3): 379-388
4. PARTISANS AND POPULATIONS: THE PLACE OF CIVILIANS IN WAR, ALGERIA (1954–62)
BENJAMIN CLAUDE BROWER, vol. 56 (3): 389-397
5. GROSSRAUM AND GEOPOLITICS: RESITUATING SCHMITT IN AN ATLANTIC CONTEXT
MATTHEW SPECTER, vol. 56 (3): 398-406
HISTORY AND ITS DEAD
Hans Ruin, vol. 56 (3): 407-417
THE UNRESOLVED PROBLEMS OF LATE CRITICAL THEORY
Richard J. Bernstein, vol. 56 (3): 418-432
NOTES ON CAMPS, OR, COUNTERFACTUAL FÜHRERS AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE JOKE
Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft, vol. 56 (3): 433-441
METHODOLOGICAL INDIVIDUALISM VS. COLLECTIVIST HOLISM IN HISTORICAL EXPLANATION
Richard Eldridge, vol. 56 (3): 442-451
“UNABLE TO RESIST”: ON THE “POSSIBILITY” OF “IMPOSSIBILITY” AND CHRISTOPHE BOUTON'S TIME AND FREEDOM
Dale A. Wilkerson, vol. 56 (3): 452-465
Website
vol. 56 (3): 468-468

History of European Ideas

The political functions of virtue in the eighteenth-century Italian debate
Giulia Delogu, vol. 43 (8): 898-913
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