Bibliographic update January 2017: All

European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

‘Cosmopolitan from above’: a Jewish experience in Hong Kong
vol. 23 (5-6): 897-911
The possibilities and pitfalls of a Jewish cosmopolitanism: reading Natan Sznaider through Russian-Jewish writer Olga Grjasnowa’s German-language novel Der Russe ist einer, der Birken liebt (All Russians Love Birch Trees)
vol. 23 (5-6): 912-930
Cosmopolitan Europeans? Jewish public intellectuals in Germany and Austria and the idea of ‘Europe’
vol. 23 (5-6): 931-946
Drifting towards Cosmopolis
vol. 23 (5-6): 947-960
Maximalism as a Cosmopolitan strategy in the art of Ruth Novaczek and Doug Fishbone
vol. 23 (5-6): 961-977
How the Jews defeated Hitler. Exploding the myth of Jewish passivity in the face of Nazism
vol. 23 (5-6): 978-979
On the freedom of the sea
vol. 23 (5-6): 980-981
The anatomy of terror: political violence under Stalin
vol. 23 (5-6): 981-983
Abolish the army? The ideal of democracy and the transformation of the Czechoslovak military after 1918 and 1989
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The ‘return to Europe’: intellectual debates on the global place of Czechoslovakia in the interwar period
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Hyperinflation as a Catalyst of Transformations: Path dependence through accelerated dynamics in post-First World War Austria
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Between rejected socialism and desired capitalism: social sciences’ discourse on the transformation in Poland
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Transformation in East Central Europe: 1918 and 1989. A Comparative Approach
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The persistence of the rural idyll: peasant imagery, social change and nationalism in Spain 1939–1978
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L'impérialisme institutionnel et la question de la race chez Aristote
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Perfecting the nation: Enlightenment perspectives on the coincidence of linguistic and ‘national’ refinement
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Hidden footnotes: J.A. Smith, R.G. Collingwood and Croce’s conception of history
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An Enlightened path towards conservatism: critical junctures and changing elite perceptions in early nineteenth-century Russia
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An Enlightened path towards conservatism: critical junctures and changing elite perceptions in early nineteenth-century Russia
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Perfecting the nation: Enlightenment perspectives on the coincidence of linguistic and ‘national’ refinement
ONLINE EARLY
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