Dr. David Armitage

Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Harvard University.


Algunas publicaciones recientes

Civil Wars: A History in Ideas. Knopf.

Pacific Histories: Ocean, Land, People. Red Globe Press.

Foundations of Modern International Thought. Cambridge University Press.

Textos para descargar

In Press. “In Defense of Presentism”, en Darrin M. McMahon, ed. History and Human Flourishing. Oxford University Press.

In Press. “Cosmopolitanism and Civil War”, en Joan-Pau Rubiés & Neil Safier, eds. Cosmopolitanism and the Enlightenment. Cambridge University Press.

“Fighting Words? A Reply to My Critics”. Global Intellectual History, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 334-46.

“We Have Always Been Federal”, en Robert Schütze & Stephen Tierney, eds. The United Kingdom and the Federal Idea. Hart Publishing, pp. 277-84.

“On the Genealogy of Quarrels”. Critical Analysis of Law, vol. 4, n. 2, pp. 179-89.

“Civil War Time: From Grotius to the Global War on Terror”. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (American Society of International Law), no. 111, pp. 3-14.

“Three Narratives of Civil War: Recurrence, Remembrance and Reform from Sulla to Syria”, en Karine Deslands, Fabrice Mourlon & Bruno Tribout, eds. Civil War and Narrative: Testimony, Historiography, Memory. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-18.

“Civil Wars, from Beginning .. to End?”. American Historical Review, vol. 120, no. 5, pp. 1829-37.

“Horizons of History: Space, Time, and the Future of the Past”. History Australia, vol. 12, n. 1, pp. 207-25.

“Le retour de la longue durée: une perspective anglo-américaine”. Annales. Histoire, Sciences sociales, vol. 70, n. 2, pp. 289-318.

“The International Turn in Intellectual History”, en Darrin M. McMahon & Samuel Moyn, eds. Rethinking Modern European Intellectual History. Oxford University Press, pp. 232-252.

“Declaraciones de independencia 1776-2011. Del derecho natural al derecho internacional”, en Alfredo Ávila, Jordana Dym & Erika Pani, eds. Las declaraciones de Independencia. Los textos fundamentales de las independencias americanas. El Colegio de México-UNAM, pp. 19-40.

“What’s the Big Idea? Intellectual History and the Longue Durée”. History of European Ideas, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 493-507.

«Historia intelectual y longue durée. ‘Guerra civil’ en perspectiva histórica». Ariadna histórica. Lenguajes, conceptos, metáforas, no. 1, pp. 15-39.


“La primera Crisis Atlántica. La Revolución americana”. 20/10: El Mundo Atlántico y la Modernidad Iberoamericana, 1750-1850, no. 1, pp. 9-33.

“Ideas of Civil War in Seventeenth-Century England”. Annals of the Japanese Association for the Study of Puritanism, no. 4, pp. 4-18.

“From Colonial History to Postcolonial History: A Turn Too Far?”. William & Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 64, pp. 251-254.

“The Elephant and the Whale: Empires of Land and Sea”. Journal for Maritime Research, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 23-36.

“The Contagion of Sovereignty: Declarations of Independence since 1776”. South African Historical Journal, no. 52, pp. 1-18.

“Tres conceptos de historia atlántica”. Revista de Occidente, no. 281, pp. 7-28.

“The Elizabethan Idea of Empire”. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, no. 14, pp. 269-277.

“The Fifty Years’ Rift: Intellectual History and International Relations”. Modern Intellectual History, vol. 1, no. pp. 97–109.

“Answering the Call: The History of Political and Social Concepts in English”. History of European Ideas, vol. 25, no. 1-2, pp. 15-22.

“Greater Britain: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis?”. American Historical Review, no. 104, pp. 427-445.

“Christopher Columbus and the Uses of History”. History Today, vol. 42, no. 5, pp. 50-55.