Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice

From narrative to action: Paul Ricoeur's reflections on history
vol. 19 (3): 393-408
Learning empathy through school history textbooks? A case study
vol. 19 (3): 370-392
More than true: the rhetorical function of counterfactuals in historiography
vol. 19 (3): 337-356
One hundred days of horror: portraying genocide in Rwanda
vol. 19 (3): 357-369
Rethinking Metahistory: The Historical imagination in nineteenth century Europe
vol. 19 (3): 324-336
Music, piety, and propaganda: the soundscapes of counter-reformation Bavaria
vol. 19 (3): 542-546
The history manifesto
vol. 19 (3): 536-537
Experience and history: phenomenological perspectives on the historical world
vol. 19 (3): 537-542
‘Untold stories’
vol. 19 (3): 463-480
Emancipation
vol. 19 (3): 481-481
Haunting in the historical biopic: Lincoln
vol. 19 (3): 525-535
‘Your household accounts have always been so interesting’: family relations and gender politics in Lincoln's two ‘houses’
vol. 19 (3): 512-524
Lincoln: a man for too many seasons?
vol. 19 (3): 506-511
‘This isn't usual, Mr. Pendleton, this is history’: Spielberg's Lincoln and the production of historical knowledge
vol. 19 (3): 482-492
Seeing Lincoln: Spielberg's film and the visual culture of the nineteenth century
vol. 19 (3): 493-505
Forum: Lincoln: Introduction
vol. 19 (3): 459-462

Revolutionary Russia

Trotsky and the Russian Revolution
vol. 28 (1): 85-87
RIGHTIST RITUAL, MEMORY AND IDENTITY COMMEMORATION IN LATE IMPERIAL RUSSIA
vol. 28 (1): 22-47
IN THE ‘MOST UNCOMPROMISING RUSSIAN STYLE’: THE RUSSIAN REPERTOIRE AT THE METROPOLITAN OPERA, 1910–47
vol. 28 (1): 1-21
Britannia and the Bear: The Anglo-Russian Intelligence Wars, 1917–1929
vol. 28 (1): 87-89
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