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1. Theory of History

1.1. History, Ethic and Human Rights

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2007). “Los españoles, entre reconquista, expulsión y América: el descubrimiento del derecho de gentes”. (The Italian traduction was published as “La Spagna medievale, tra Reconquista, espulsione e America: La scoperta del diritto delle genti”. La nuova Europa: Rivista internazionale di cultura, no. 1, pp. 31-46).

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2000). Derecho y justicia en la España y la América prerrevolucionarias. Fundación Histórica Tavera.

Bevernage, B. (2014). “Transitional Justice and Historiography: Challenges, Dilemmas and Possibilites”Macquarie Law Journal, Vol. 13, pp. 7-24.

Bevernage, B. (2011). “History by Parliamentary Vote: Science, Ethics and Politics in the Lumumba Commission”History Compass, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 300-311.

Bevernage, B. (2010). “Writing the Past out of the Present. History and Politics of Time in Transitional Justice”History Workshop Journal, No. 69, pp. 111-131.

Bevernage, B. (2008). “Time, Presence and Historical Injustice”History and Theory, Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 149-167.

Bouton, C. (2011). “Capable of Dying, Capable of Killing. Questions of War Heroism”Esprit, Vol. 1, pp. 119-132.

Cañizares-Esguerra, J. & Sidbury, J. (2011). “On The Genesis of Destruction, and Other Missing Subjects”William and Mary Quaterly, 3d ser., 68, No. 2, pp. 240-246.

De Baets, A. (2019). “The Historian-King: Political Leaders, Historical Consciousness, and Wise Government”, in S. Berger, ed. The Engaged Historian: Perspectives on the Intersections of Politics, Activism and the Historical Profession. Berghahn, pp. 79-117.

De Baets, A. (2019). “The Censorship of History and Fact-Finding in Brazil (1964–2018)”, in N. Schneider, ed. The Brazilian Truth Commission in the Latin American Context: Local, National, and Global Perspectives. Berghahn, pp. 68-85.

De Baets, A. (2019). Book review of M. Ignatieff and S. Roch, eds. Academic Freedom: The Global Challenge. Central European University Press, 2018. In Connections: A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists and H-Soz-Kult, june 2019.

De Baets, A. (2019). “Leyes que rigen la libertad de expresión del historiador: una visión comparativa en el mundo contemporáneo”. Procesos: Revista Ecuatoriana de Historia, no. 49, pp. 133-170.

De Baets, A. (2019). “Combatting Crimes against History”. History News Network, op-ed; 10 February 2019.

De Baets, A. (2019). “Fake News about the Past is a Crime against History”. World University News, 4 May 2019.

De Baets, A. (2018). “Laws Governing the Historian’s Free Expression”, in B. Bevernage & Nico Wouters, eds. The Palgrave Handbook of State-Sponsored History After 1945. Palgrave-MacMillan, pp. 39-67.

De Baets, A. (2017). “The United Nations Human Rights Committee’s View of the Past”, in U. Belavusau & A. Gliszczyńska, eds. Law and Memory: Towards Legal Governance of History. Cambridge University Press, pp. 29-47.

De Baets, A. (2016). “Censorship by European States of Views on Their Past as Colonizers”, in L. Martin, ed. Les Censures dans le monde, XIXe−XXIe siècle (Censorship in the world, 19th-21st centuries). Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp. 229-245.

De Baets, A. (2016). “A Historian’s View of the International Freedom of Expression Framework”. Secrecy and Society, vol. 1, no. 1, article 8, 18 pages.

De Baets, A. (2016). “A Historian’s View on the Right to Be Forgotten”. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, vol. 30, nos. 1-2, pp. 57-66.

De Baets, A. (2016). “Plutarch’s Thesis: The Contribution of Refugee Historians to Historical Writing (1945–2015)”. Storia della Storiografia / History of Historiography, vol. 69 no. 1, pp. 27-38.

De Baets, A. & Berger, S. (2016). “Reflections on Exile Historiography”. Storia della Storiografia / History of Historiography, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 11-26.

De Baets, A. (2015). “Democracy and Historical Writing”Historiografías, No. 9, pp. 31-43.

De Baets, A. (2015). De Universele Verklaring van de Rechten van de Mens en de historicus. Pallas Publications / Amsterdam University Press.

De Baets, A. (2015). “History of Human Rights”, in J. D. Wright, ed. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol. 11. Elsevier, pp. 367–374.

De Baets, A. (2015). “Post-Conflict History Education Moratoria: A Balance”World Studies in Education, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 5-30.

De Baets, A. (2014). “Censorship of History in France and the Netherlands (1945-2014): A Survey”Deshima, No. 8, pp. 253-278.

De Baets, A. (2014). “The Year Zero: Iconoclastic Breaks with the Past”, in R. Koziol & M. Mikolajczyk, eds. Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis, 165. Studia Politologica XIII. Wydawnictwo Naukowe UP, pp. 3-18.

De Baets, A. (2013). “Archivists killed for political reasons”Comma: International Journal on Archives, No. 2, pp. 123–134.

De Baets, A. (2013). “Uma teoria do abuso da História”Revista Brasileira de História, Vol. 33, No. 65, pp. 17-60.

De Baets, A. (2012). “Does Inhumanity Breed Humanity? Investigation of a Paradox”History and Theory, Vol. 51, pp. 451-465.

De Baets, A. (2012). “The Abuse of History” (In Russian).

De Baets, A. (2012). “The Dark Side of Historical Writing: Reflections on the Censorship of History Worldwide (1945-2012)”, in G. Resta & V. Zeno-Zencovich, eds. Riparare, risarcire, ricordare: un dialogo tra storici e giuristi. Editoriale Scientifica, pp. 343-370.

De Baets, A. (2011). “Censorship and History since 1945”, in A. Schneider & D. Woolf, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing, volume 5, 1945 to Present. Oxford University Press, pp. 52-73.

De Baets, A. (2011). “Conceptualising Historical Crimes”Historein, Vol. 11, pp. 60-70.

De Baets, A. (2011). “History and Human Rights”Storia della Storiografia, Vols. 59-60, pp. 43-49.

De Baets, A. (2011). “Taxonomy of Concepts Related to the Censorship of History”Research in Social Problems and Public Policy, Vol. 19, pp. 53-65.

De Baets, A. (2011). “Historical Imprescriptibility”Storia della Storiografia, No. 59-60, pp. 128-149.

De Baets, A. (2011). “History and Human Rights: Introduction to the Special Issue”Storia della Storiografia, No. 59-60, pp. 43-49.

De Baets, A. (2011). “How Free Expression and Academic Freedom Differ”University Values: A Bulletin on International Academic Freedom, Autonomy & Responsibility, No. 3.

De Baets, A. (2011). “Plutarch’s Thesis: The Contribution of Refugee Historians to Historical Writing, 1945-2010”Proceedings of the British Academy, No. 169, pp. 211-224.

De Baets, A. (2011). Taxonomy of Concepts Related to the Censorship of History”, in S. Maret, ed. Government Secrecy, Series Research in Social Problems and Public Policy. Emerald, No. 19, pp. 53–65.

De Baets, A. (2010). “O impacto da Declaração Universal dos Direitos Humanos no estudo da História”História da Historiografia, No. 5, pp. 86-114.

De Baets, A. (2010). “Onverjaarbare historische misdrijven”Internationale Spectator, Vol. 64, No. 5, pp. 293-297.

De Baets, A. (2009). “The Impact of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the Study of History”. History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History, No. 48, pp. 20-43.

De Baets, A. (2009). “A Code of Ethics for Historians (proposal)”, in A. De Baets. Responsible History. Berghahn, pp. 188-196.

De Baets, A. (2008). “The Abuse of History: Demarcations, Definitions and Historical Perspectives”, in H. Hoen & M. Kemperink, eds. Vision in Text and Image: The Cultural Turn in the Study of Arts. Peeters, pp. 159-173.

De Baets, A. (2007). Postume privacy en reputatie”, in H. Renders & G. Voerman, eds. Privé in de politieke biografie. Boom, pp. 108-123.

De Baets, A. (2007). “A Successful Utopia: The Doctrine of Human Dignity”Historein: A Review of the Past and Other Stories, No. 7, pp. 71-85.

De Baets, A. (2006). “The Network of Concerned Historians: A Decade of Campaigning”History Australia: The Australian Historical Association, Bulletin, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 16.1-16.4.

De Baets, A. (2006). “Histoire et diffamation”, in P. Durand, P. Hébert, J.-Y. Mollier & F. Valloton, eds. La censure de l’imprimé: Belgique, France, Québec et Suisse romande, XIXe et XXe siècles. Éditions Nota Bena, pp. 397-428.

De Baets, A. (2005). “Last Rites, Old Wrongs”The Times Higher Education Supplement, No. 1861 (4 March), p. 16.

De Baets, A. (2005). “Argumenten voor en tegen een ethische code voor historici”Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, Vol. 118, No. 4, pp. 564-571.

De Baets, A. (2005). “Ethische codes als kompassen: een nawoord”Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, Vol. 118, No. 4, pp. 581-582.

De Baets, A. (2004). “A Declaration of the Responsibilities of Present Generations Toward Past Generations”. History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History, No. 43, pp. 130-164.

De Baets, A. (2003). “Na de genocide Waarheidsstrategieën van rechters en historici”Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, Vol. 116, No. 2, pp. 212-230.

De Baets, A. (2002). “Defamation Cases against Historians”History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History, Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 346-366.

De Baets, A. (2001). “Human Rights, History of”, in N. J. Smelser & P.  B. Baltes, eds. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. 10Elsevier-Pergamon, pp. 7012-7018.

Domanska, E. (2018). “La justicia epistémica y la descolonización del poscolonialismo (caso de Europa Central y del Este)”, translated by I. Stoińska-Kairska, in Jan Stanisław Ciechanowski & C. González Caizán, eds. Spain- India – Russia. Centres, Borderlands and Peripheries of Civilizations. Warsaw, pp. 449-459.

Domanska, E. (2017). “Dehumanisation Through Decomposition and the Force of Law,” trans. by P. Vickers, in Z. Dziuban, ed. Mapping the ‘Forensic Turn:’ The Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond. New Academic Press, pp. 89-104.

Hollander, J. (2004). “Trust, distrust, and democratic stability”, in F. Ankersmit, & H. Velde, eds. Trust: Cement of Democracy. Peeters, pp. 13-29.

Kalela, J. (2011). “What is History For?”History Worshop Online (HWO).

Liakos, A. (2007).  “Utopian and Historical Thinking: Interplays and Transferences”Historein, No. 7, pp. 20-57.

Lorenz, C. (2014). “Can a criminal event in the past disappear in a garbage bin in the present? Dutch colonial memory and human rights: the case of Rawagede”, in M. Tamm, ed. Afterlife of events: perspectives of mnemohistory. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 219-241.

Oleynikov, A. (2012). ”The Protean Nature of The Republican Freedom and The Problem of Its Historical Endurance”. European University at St. Petesburg.

Paul, H. (2009). “How Historians Learn to Make Historical Judgments”Journal of the Philosophy of History, Vol. 3, pp. 90-108.

Rosenfeld, S. (2018). “Human Rights and the Idea of Choice”. University of Vienna 10th Gerald Stourzh Lecture on the History of Human Rights and Democracy. Held on 23 May 2018.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2000). “Verdad, libertad y solidaridad: los compromisos éticos del historiador”, in C. Barros, ed. Actas del II Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate, Vol. 2, pp. 240-242.

Taylor, Q. (2004). “Justice is Slow but Sure: the Civil Rights Movement in the West: 1950-1970”. Nevada Law Journal, Vol. 5, No. 84, pp. 84-92.

1.2. History and the Experience of Time

Armitage, D. (2020). “In Defense of Presentism”, in D. M. McMahon, ed. History and Human Flourishing. Oxford University Press.

Armitage, D. (2015). “Horizons of History: Space, Time, and the Future of the Past”. History Australia, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 207-25.

Armitage, D. (2015). “Le retour de la longue durée: une perspective anglo-américaine”. Annales. Histoire, Sciences sociales, Vol. 70, No. 2, pp. 289-318.

Aurell, J. (2018). “Writing Beyond Time: the Durability of Historical Texts”History and Theory, Vol. 56, pp. 50-70.

Barash, J. A. (2008). “Why Remember the Historical Past?  Reflections on Historical Skepticism in our Times”Hermeneutik der Geschichte/Hermeneutik der KunstInternationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik, Vol. 7, pp. 79-91.

Bashir, S. (2014). “On Islamic Time: Rethinking Chronology in the Historiography of Muslim Societies”. History and Theory, No. 53, pp. 519-544.

Bevernage, B. (2012). “From Philosophy of History to Philosophy of Historicities. Some Ideas on a Potential Future of Historical Theory”Low Countries Historical Review, Vol. 127, No. 4, pp. 113-120.

Beevor, A. (2003). “Stalingrad and Researching the Experience of War”. Lees-Knowles Lectures, Cambridge, No. 1.

Beevor, A. (2003). “Armies and Military History in a Post-Military Age”. Lees-Knowles Lectures, Cambridge, No. 4.

Black, J. (1996). “Could the British Have Won the American War of Independence?”. Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. 74, No. 299, pp. 145-154.

Díaz Arias, D. (2009). “Reflexiones sobre la experiencia histórica”.

Domanska, E. (2018). “Affirmative Humanities”Dějiny – teorie – kritika [Czech Republic], No. 1, pp. 9-26.

Domanska, E. (2009). “Frank Ankersmit: From Narrative to Experience”, trans. by M. Zapedowska. Rethinking History, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 175-195.

Domanska, E. (2006). “The Material Presence of the Past”. History and Theory, Vol. 45, No. 3, pp. 337-348.

Grever, M. (2008). “The Choreography of Time: Temporality at Nineteenth Century World Expositions”. Rotterdam.

Grever, M. (2008). “The Twofold Character of Time”. Rotterdam.

Gumbrecht, H. U. (2018). “Three notes on contingency today: stress, science — and consolation from the past?”.

Hartog, F. (2011). “The Disturbing Strangeness of History”Esprit, Vol. 2, pp. I-XII.

Lorenz, C. (2014). “It takes three to tango. History between the ‘historical’ and the ‘practical’ past”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 65, No. 1, pp. 29-46.

Lorenz, C. (2014). “Blurred Lines. History, Memory and the Experience of Time”International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 43-63.

Lorenz, C. (2010). “Unstuck in Time: the sudden presence of the past”, in K. Tilmans, F. van Vree & J. Winter, eds. Performing the Past. Memory, History and Identity in Modern Europe. Amsterdam University Press, pp. 67-105.

Mudrovcic, M. I. (2013). “Regímenes de historicidad y regímenes historiográficos: del pasado histórico al pasado presente”. Historiografías, No. 5, pp. 11-31.

Mudrovcic, M. I. (2012). “La Nación, el Tiempo Histórico y la Modernidad: la historia como síntoma”. Revista de la Facultad de Filosofía, Ciencias de la Educación y Humanidades, Universidad de Morón, Vol. 17, pp. 25-38.

Mudrovcic, M. I. (2007). “El debate en torno a la representación de acontecimientos límites del pasado reciente: alcances del testimonio como fuente”. Dianoia, Vol. 52, No. 59, pp. 127-150.

Ovalle, D. (2019). “Pensar la conciencia histórica contemporánea. Historicidad y teoría de la historia”, in P. Aravena, ed. Representación histórica y nueva experiencia del tiempo. Editorial América en Movimiento, pp. 49-63. 

Paul, H. (2014). “What Could It Mean for Historians to Maintain a Dialogue With the Past?”Journal of the Philosophy of History, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 445-463.

Paul, H. (2014). “Relations to the Past: A Research Agenda for Historical Theorists”Rethinking History.

Paul, H. (2012). “Everything is Tottering. Why Philosophy of History Thrives in Times of Crisis”Low Countries Historical Review, Vol. 127, No. 4, pp. 103-112.

Rousso, H. (2012). “The Last Catastrophe. The Writing of Contemporary History”Cadernos do Tempos Presente, No. 11, pp. 267-286.

Tamm, M. & Lorenz, C. (2014). “Who knows where the time goes?”Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice. Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 499-521.

Wasserman, F. (2015). “Experiences of Time and Conceptual Change in the Río de La Plata Revolutionary Process (1780-1840)”. Almanack. Guarulhos, No. 10, pp. 278-301.

Woolf, D. (2016). “Concerning Altered Pasts: Reflections of an Early Modern Historian”. Journal of the Philosophy of History, no. 10, pp. 415-34.

Woolf, D. (2013). “Afterword: Shadows of the Past in Early Modern England”. Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 76, no. 4, pp. 638-50.

Woolf, D. (2001). “News, History and the Construction of the Present in Early Modem England”, in B. Dooley and S. Baron, eds. The Politics of Information in Early Modern Europe. Routledge, pp. 80-118.

1.3. The Configuration of Historical Representation

Ankersmit, F. (2007). Interview with Frank Ankersmit (by Frode Molven).

Aurell, J. (2008). “Del logocentrismo a la textualidad: la autobiografía académica como intervención historiográfica”Edad Media: revista de historia, No. 9, pp. 193-222.

Bevernage, B. & Aerts, K. (2009). “Haunting pasts: time and historicity as constructed by the Argentine Madres de Plaza de Mayo and radical Flemish nationalists”Social History, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 391-408.

Bolaños de Miguel, A. (2011). “Historiografía y postmodernidad: la teoría de la representación de F. R. Ankersmit”Historia y Política, No. 25, pp. 271-308.

Burke, P. (1998). “Two Crises of Historical Consciousness”Storia della Storiografia, No. 33, pp. 3-16.

Catroga, F. (2009). “Una poética da ausência. A representificaçao do ausente”, in F. Catroga. Os passos do homem como restolho do tempo. Memória e fim do fim da história. Almedina, pp. 33-54. 

Cattaruzza, M. (2011). “How Much does Historical Truth Still Matter?”Historein: a review of the past and other stories, No. 11, pp. 49-58.

Dikötter, F. & Shao, Q. (2017). “History as Humanity’s CV: A Conversation with Frank Dikötter”. The Chinese Historical Review, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 166–182.

Domanska, E. (2006). “The Return to Things”. Archaeologia Polona, Vol. 44, pp. 171-185.

Dosse, F. (2005). “Historiser les traces mémorielles”. Conference pronounced in Tallin, on November 2005.

Dosse, F. (2001). “Le moment Ricœur de l’opération historiographique”Vingtième siècle, revue d’histoire, No. 69, pp. 137-152.

Elliott, J. H. (2009). “Sin imaginación, el historiador se convierte en anticuario”. Interview to Sir John H. Elliott. AH (Andalucía en la Historia), año 6, No. 23, pp. 76-80.

Fasolt, C. (2013). “Breaking up Time—Escaping from Time: Self-Assertion and Knowledge of the Past”, in C. Lorez & B. Bevernage, eds. Breaking Up Time: Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. 176-196.

Finney, P. (2008). “Hayden White, International History and Questions Too Seldom Posed”Rethinking History, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 103-123.

Gil, X. (2008). “Sobre la noción actual de hecho histórico: entre contingencia y construcción”Scripta Nova. Revista electrónica de geografía y ciencias sociales, Vol. 12, No. 270 (145).

Kusa, D. (2009). “Methodologies of using history as a tool for conciliation (across time, across groups) by stressing multiperspectivity, inclusion, critical thinking and comparison. Conference in Berlin, 29th May 2009.

Kwiatkowski, N. (2012). “Imagen, representación y vías de acceso al pasado”. Revista CS, No. 9, pp. 145-166.

Liakos, A. (2008). “Come il passato diventa storia? L’uso metaforico della psicanalisi”Contemporanea, Rivista di storia dell’800 e del ‘900, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 260-270.

Lisboa, J. L. (2009). “Facts Being…”. Storia della Storiografia, No. 55, pp. 3-28.

Lorenz, C. & Bevernage, B. (2013). “Breaking up Time. Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 63, No. 1, pp. 31-51.

Lorenz, C. (2001). “History, forms of representation and functions”, in N. Smelser & P. Baltus, eds. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 10. Elsevier Publishers, pp. 6835-6842.

Lorenz, C. (2001). “History, theories and methods”, in N. Smelser, N. & P. Baltus, eds. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 10. Elsevier Publishers, pp. 6835-6842.

Lorenz, C. (1994). “Historical Knowledge and Historical Reality: a Plea for ‘Internal Realism’”. History and Theory, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 297-327.

Mendiola, A. (2012). “¿Es posible el diálogo entre filosofía e historia? El caso O’Gorman”. Nuevo Mundo. Mundos Nuevos. Coloquios.

Mudrovcic, M. I. (2003). “Alcances y límites de perspectivas psicoanalíticas en historia”. Dianoia, Vol. 46, No. 50, pp. 111-127.

Munslow, A. (2011). “The Historian as Author”SPIEL, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 73-88.

Olábarri, I. (1992-1993). “Qué historia comparada”Studia histórica. Historia contemporánea, Vols. 10-11, pp. 33-76.

Ovalle, D. (2019). “Entre el medievalismo y la teoría de la Historia. Entrevista a Jaume Aurell”. História Unisinos. Brasil, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 133-137.

Ovalle, D. (2019). “Teoría de la Historia, conciencia histórica e historia conceptual: una conversación con Javier Fernández Sebastian”. Historiografías, revista de historia y teoría, No. 18, pp. 112-121.

Ovalle, D. (2018). “Roger Chatier y Paul Ricoeur: Representación y verdad como fundamentos del trabajo historiador”. Historia 396, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 189-220.

Ovalle, D. (2017). “Paul Ricoeur y el pacto de verdad entre historiador y lector: epistemología y condición histórica”, in R. Moreno, P. Corti & J. L. Widow, eds. La verdad en la historia. Inventio, creatio, imaginatio. RiL editores – Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, pp. 75-90.

Paul, H. (2013). “The heroic study of records: The contested persona of the archival historian”History of the Human Sciences.

Pihlainen, K. (2015). “The view from the fence”Rethinking History, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 310-321.

Pihlainen, K. (2014). “There’s just no talking with the past”Rethinking History, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 575-582.

Pihlainen, K. (2014). “The eternal return of reality: On constructivism and current historical desires”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 65,No. 1, pp. 103-115.

Pihlainen, K. (2014). “On historical consciousness and popular pasts”História da Historiografia, No. 15, pp. 10-26.

Popescu, L. (2013). “The Illusions of Writing a Perfect History: Some ‘Archaeological’ Contributions”. (Conference pronounced at Gante).

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1999). “La Paz de Westfalia (1648), hito y lieu de mémoire europeo: nuevas perspectivas. Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 19, pp. 15-26.

Spiegel, G. (2009). “The Task of the Historian” (AHA Presidential Address). American Historical Review, pp. 1-14.

Tamm, M. (2014). “Truth, Objectivity and Evidence in History Writing”Journal of the Philosophy of History, No. 8, pp. 265-290.

Tortarolo, E. (2008). “Metafora e metonimia nella storia: qualche riflessione pratica”. L’Acropoli, Vol. 9, No. 1, p. 87.

White, H. (2008). “The Historical Event”Differences: A Journal of Feminist Studies, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 9-34.

Wimmer, M. (2012). “Der Geschmack des Archivs und der historische Sinn”Historische Anthropologie, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 90-107.

Woolf, D. (1997). “Little Crosby and the Horizons of Early Modern Historical Culture”, in D. R. Kelley & D. Harris Sacks, eds., The Historical Imagination in Early Modern Britain. Cambridge University Press, pp. 93-132.

Zhang, L. (2010). “The True Face of Mount Lu: On the Significance of Perspectives and Paradigms”. History and Theory, Vol. 49, pp. 58-70.

Zhang, L. (2004). “History and Fictionality: Insights and Limitations of a Literary Perspective”. Rethinking History, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 387-402.

Zhang, L. (2002). “The Utopian Vision, East and West”. Utopian Studies, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 1-20.

1.4. History, Science, and Literature

Arabatzis, T. (2012). “Hidden Entities and Experimental Practice: Renewing the Dialogue Between History and Philosophy of Science”, in S. Mauskopf & T. Schmaltz, eds. Integrating History and Philosophy of Science. Problems and Prospects. Springer, pp. 125-139.

Arabatzis, T. (2011). “On the Historicity of Scientific Objects”Erkenn, Vol. 75, pp. 377-390.

Ankersmit, F. (2009). “Truth in Literature and History”.

Arabatzis, T. (2006). “On the Inextricability of the Context of Discovery and the Context of Justification”, in J. Schickore & F. Steinle, eds. Revisiting Discovery and Justification. Historical and philosophical perspectives on the context distinction. Springer, pp. 215-230.

Arabatzis, T. (2003). “Towards a historical ontology?”Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 34, pp. 431-442.

Arabatzis, T. (2001). “Can a Historian of Science Be a Scientific Realist?”Philosophy of Science, Vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 531-541.

Arabatzis, T. (1994). “Rational Versus Sociological Reducationism: Imre Lakatos and the Edinburgh School”, in K. Gavroglu et al., eds. Trends in the Historiography of Science. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 177- 192.

Aurell, J. (2015). “Rethinking Historical Genres in the Twenty-First Century”Rethinking History, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 145-157.

Aurell, J. (2015). “Making History by Contextualizing Oneself: Autobiography as Historiographical Intervention”History and Theory, Vol. 54, pp. 233-268.

Aurell, J. (2008). “Autobiography as Unconventional History: Constructing the Author”Rethinking History, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 433-449.

Campos Gonçalves, S. (2012). “Enfrentamentos epistemológicos: teoria da história e problemática pós-moderna”. Review of Malerba, J. (2012). Ensaios: teoria, história e ciências sociais. Eduel, pp. 240. História da Historiografia, N. 8, pp. 187-196.

Canal, J. (2006). “Josep Pla y la historia: ‘El bizcocho de la literatura’”Pasajes: Revista de pensamiento contemporáneo, No. 20, pp. 7-17.

Díaz Arias, D. (2006). “¿Cómo trabaja Clío?: Los dilemas en la construcción del pasado y el papel de la imaginación histórica”, in P. Malavassi, ed. Historia: ¿ciencia, disciplina social o práctica literaria? Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

Ginzburg, C. (2012). “Our Words, and Theirs: A Reflection on the Historian’s Craft, Today”, in S. Fellman & M. Rahikainen, eds. Historical Knowledge. In Quest of Theory, Method and Evidence. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 97-119.

Hecht, G. (2010). “The Power of Nuclear Things”Technology and Culture, Vol. 51, pp. 1-30.

Hollander, J. (2011).  “Contemporary History and the Art of Self-Distancing”History and Theory, Vol. 50, pp. 51-67.

Hollander, J. (2010). “Beyond Historicism: From Leibniz to Luhmann”Journal of the Philosophy of History, Vol. 4, pp. 210-225.

Iggers, G. (2007). “Rationality and History”. (Unpublished lecture which he gave at East China Normal University, November 2007).

Kocka, J. (2009). “Comparative History: Methodology and Ethos”East Central Europe, Vol 36, No. 1, pp. 12-19.

Kwiatkowski, N. (2017). “Arte y ciencia en el ‘orbis terrarum’. Los europeos y el mundo natural, entre el Barroco y la Ilustración”. Cuadernos de historia moderna, Vol. 42, No. 1, pp. 290-300.

Kwiatkowski, N. & Burucúa, J. E. (2012). “La historieta y la representación de la masacre. Algunas hipótesis a partir del uso de la metáfora del dolor animal”. Antíteses, Vol. 5, No. 9, pp. 163-200.

Lorenz, C. (2008). “Drawing the Line: ‘Scientific’ Histoy between Myth-making and Myth-breaking”, in S. Berger, L. Eriksonas & A. Mycock, eds. Narrating the Nation: Representations in History, Media and the Arts. Berghahn, pp. 35-55.

Lorenz, C. (2008). “Scientific Historiography”, in A. Tucker, ed. Blackwell Companion to Philosophy of History and Historiography. Blackwell, pp. 398-408.

Mastrogregori, M. (2012). “Storiografia e tradizione dei ricordi in età contemporanea (129-197)”Storiografia. Rivista annuale di storia, año 16, Suplemento critico e bibliografico “Bollettino di storiografia”, pp. 53-55.

McIntosh-Varjabédian, F. (2011). “L’écriture de l’histoire et la légitimité des études textuelles : Peut-on encore parler de linguistic ou de cultural turn en littérature générale et comparée?”Bibliothèque comparatiste.

McIntosh-Varjabédian, F. (2005). “De l’horreur et de l’événement unique”Vox-Poetica. Lettres et sciences humaines.

Olábarri, I. (1984). “En torno al objeto y carácter de la ciencia histórica”Anuario filosófico, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 157-172.

Palti, E. J. (1999). “The ‘Metaphor of Life’: Herder’s Philosophy of History and Uneven Developments in Late Eighteenth‐Century Natural Sciences”. History and Theory, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 322-347.

Paul, H. (2012). “Manuals on Historical Method: A Genre of Polemical Reflection on the Aims of Science”, in R. Bod, J. Maat & T. Weststeijn, eds. The Making of the Humanities, Vol. 3. Amsterdam University Press, pp. 171-182.

Paul, H. (2011). “Performing History: How Historical Scholarship is Shaped by Epistemic Virtues”History and Theory, Theme Issue 50, pp. 1-19.

Paul, H. (2009). “Hayden White and the Crisis of Historicism”, in F. Ankersmit, E. Domanska & H. Kellner, eds. Re-Figuring Hayden White. Stanford University Press. 

Paul, H. (2004). “Metahistorical Prefigurations: Towards A Re-Interpretation of Tropology in Hayden White”Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology, Vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 1-19.

Peiró, I. (2012-2013). “En el taller del historiador. La(s) biografía(s) como práctica histórica e historiográfica”. Gerónimo Uztariz, No. 28-29, pp. 8-27.

Pihlainen, K. (2014). “Narrative truth”Metatheoria: Revista de filosofía e historia de la ciencia, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 37-53.

Ruiz-Domènec, J. E. (2008). “Sobre lo falso en la historia”. LetrasLibres, September, pp. 24-27.

Ruiz-Domènec, J. E. (2006). “Elogio de la escritura”, in El reto del historiador. Península, pp. 51-64.

Scott, J. W. (2011). “Storytelling”History and Theory, No. 50, pp. 203-209.

Scott, J. W. (2005). “Against Eclecticism”Differences, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 114-137.

White, H. (2004). “Figural Realism in Witness Literature”Parallax, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 113-124.

White, H. (2000). “And Old Question Raised Again: Is Historiography Art or Science? (Response to Iggers)”Rethinking History, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 391-406.

White, H. (1984). “The Question of Narrative in Contemporary Historical Theory”History and Theory, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 1-33.

Wimmer, M. (2007). “Die Lagen der Historik”Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften, Vol. 2, pp. 106-125.

Wood, G. (2009). “The Purpose of the Past: Reflections on the Uses of History”Historically Speaking, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 2-6.

Zhang, L. (1998). “Cultural Differences and Cultural Constructs: Reflections on Jewish and Chinese Literalism”. Poetics Today, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 305-328.

2. Historiography by Periods

2.1. General Historiography

Assis, A. (2011). “Por que se escrevia história? Sobre a justificação da historiografia no mundo ocidental pré-moderno”, in M. Salomon, ed. História, verdade e tempo. Argos, pp. 105-131.

Aurell, J. (2012). “Los lenguajes de la historia: entre el análisis y la narración”Memoria y Civilización. Anuario de Historia, Vol. 15, pp. 301-317.

Carbonell, C. O. (1982). “Pour una histoire de l’historiographie”Storia della storiografia, No. 1, pp. 7-25.

Gorman, J. (2009). “The Grammar of Historiography”. (This paper was first delivered to the Research Seminar in Philosphy of History at the Institute of Historical Research of the University of London, Senate House, on 22nd January 2009).

Jansen, H. (2012). “Is there a Future for History? On the Need for a Philosophy of History and Historiography”BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review, Vol. 127, No. 4, pp. 121-129.

Lorenz, C. (2011). “History and Theory”, in D. Woolf & A. Schneider, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing, Vol. 5. Oxford University Press, pp. 13-35.

Lorenz, C. (2004). “Towards a theoretical framework for comparing historiographies: some preliminary considerations”, in P. Seixas, ed. Theorizing Historical Consciousness. University of Toronto Press, pp. 25-48.

Lorenz, C. (1999). “You got your history, I goy mine’: some reflections on truth and objectivity in history”Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften, No. 10, pp. 563-584.

Palos, J. L. (2001). “Seis miradas a la historia de Cataluña: de J. H. Elliott a H. Kamen”, in J. M. De Bernardo, ed. I Conferencia Internacional Hacia un Nuevo Humanismo, Sociedad Estatal para la Conmemoración de los Centenarios de Felipe II y Carlos V, Vol. I. Madrid, pp. 191-203.

Paul, H. (2011). “Self-Images of the Historical Profession: Idealized Practices and Myths of Origin”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 59-60, pp. 157-170.

Paul, H. (2011). “Fathers of History: Metamorphoses of a Metaphor”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 59-60, pp. 251-267.

Scott, J. W. (2009). “Knowledge, Power, and Academic Freedom”Social Research, Vol. 76, no. 2, pp. 451-480.

Sivasundaram, S. (2010). “Sciences and the Global: on Methods, Questions, and Theory”. Isis, No. 101, pp. 146-158.

Tozzi, V. (2006). “¿Por qué reescribimos la historia? Sobre el despropósito de un relato definitivo sobre el pasado”. Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofía, XXXI, No. 2, pp. 315-340.

Tucker, A. (2009). “Introduction”, in A. Tucker, ed. A Companion to the Philosophy of History and Historiography. Wiley-Blackwell.

Woolf, D. (2005). “Historiography”. 53 page article on the history of history globally, for New Dictionary of the History of Ideas , ed. M.C. Horowitz. Scribners, Vol. 1, pp. xxxv-lxxxviii.

2.2. Historiography of Ancient and Middle Times

Aurell, J. (2010). “Decontextualizing Stories to Construct Historical Texts: Bernat Desclot’s Representations of the Past”, in R. A. Maxwell, ed. Representing History, 900-1300: Art, Music, History. Penn State University Press, pp. 91-108.

Aurell, J. (2006). “El nuevo medievalismo y la interpretación de los textos históricos”Hispania. Revista Española de Historia, Vol. 66, No. 224, pp. 809-832.

Aurell, J (2005). “From Genealogies to Chronicles: The Power of the Form in Medieval Catalan Historiography”Viator. Medieval and Reinassance Studies, No. 6436, pp. 235-264.

Barker, E. T. E. (2006). “Paging the oracle: interpretation, identity and performance in Herodutus’ History”Greece & Rome, No. 58, pp. 1-28.

Chaniotis, A (1991). “Gedenktage der Griechen: Ihre Bedeutung für das Geschichtsbewußtsein griechischer Poleis” in J. Assmann, ed. Das Fest und das Heilinge. Religiöse Kontrapunkte zur Alltagswelt (Studiem zum Verstehen fremder Religionen, 1). Gütersloher Verlagshaus, pp. 123-145.

Houdard, S. (2016). “I would rather not to : de Boniface V au cardinal Melville. La scène mélancolique du pouvoir”. Les Dossiers du Grihl.

Marozzi, J. (2008). “History on the Front Line”, in The Way of Herodotus: Travels with the Man Who Invented History. John Murray.

Martínez Lacy, J. R. (2018). “El Coloso de Rodas y el terremoto de 228 a.C.”. Nova Tellus, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 145-148.

Martínez Lacy, J. R. (2018). “Interpretación de las guerras serviles”, in R. Martínez Lacy. Hermenéutica de la esclavitud. Actas del XXXVII Coloquio del GIREA. Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté, pp. 95-97.

Martínez Lacy, J. R. (2016). “La literatura judía y la historia entre la guerra de los Macabeos (167 a.C) y la rebelión de Bar Kokba (135 d.C.)”. Acta Poética, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 137-143.

Nirenberg, D. (2014). “Sibling Rivalries, Scriptural Communities: what Medieval History can and cannot teach us about relations between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam”, in N. Caputo & A. Sterk, eds. Faithful Narratives. Cornell University Press, pp. 63-79.

Nirenberg, D. (2014). “‘Judaism’, ‘Islam’, and the Dangers of Knowledge in Christian Culture, with special attention to the case of King Alfonso X, ‘the Wise’, of Castile”, in C. Burnett & P. Mantas-España, eds. Mapping Knowledge: Cross-Pollination in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Oriens Academica, pp. 253-76.

Nirenberg, D. (2010). “L’Indécision Souverain: Génocide et Justice en Valencia, 1391”, in J. Claustre et al., eds., Un Moyen Âge pour aujourd’hui: mélanges offerts à Claude Gauvard. Presses universitaire de France, pp. 496-508.

Nirenberg, D. (2007). “Race and the Middle Ages: The Case of Spain and its Jews”, in M. R. Greer, et al., eds. Rereading the Black Legend: The Discourses of Religious and Racial Difference in the Renaissance Empires. The University of Chicago Press, pp. 71-87, 335-345.

Nirenberg, D. (2006). “Figures of Thought and Figures of Flesh: ‘Jews’ and ‘Judaism’ in Late Medieval Spanish Poetry and Politics”. Speculum, Vol. 81, No. 2, pp. 398-426.

Nirenberg, D. (2004). “Love Between Muslim and Jew in Medieval Spain: A Triangular Affair”, in H. J. Hames, ed. Jews, Muslims, and Christians in and Around the Crown of Aragon: Essays in Honour of Professor Elena Lourie. Brill, pp. 127-155.

Nirenberg, D. (2000). “El concepto de la raza en la España medieval”. Edad Media: Revista de Historia, No. 3, pp. 39-60.

Nirenberg, D. (1998). “The State of Mudejar Studies”. Journal of Medieval History, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 381-389.

Nirenberg, D. (1993). “Muslim-Jewish Relations in the Fourteenth-Century Crown of Aragon”. Viator, No. 24, pp. 249-268.

Ober, J. (2017). “Mass and Elite Revisited”, in R. Evans, ed. Mass and Elite in the Greek and Roman Worlds: From Sparta to Late Antiquity. Routledge, pp. 1-10.

Ober, J. (2012). “Interview on Athens and Democracy”. The Art of Theory

Ober, J. (2010). “Thucydides on Athens’ democratic advantage in the Archidamian War”, in D. Pritchard, ed. War, Democracy and Culture in Classical Athens. Cambridge University Press, pp. 65-87.

Ober, J. (2009). “Can We Learn From Ancient Athenian Democracy? Historical and Modern Perspectives”, in A. Chaniotis, A. Kuhn & C. Kuhn, eds. Applied Classics: Comparisons, Constructs, Controversies. Steiner Verlag, pp. 207-230.

Ober, J. (2007). “At the Deathbed of Alexander the Great”, in B. Hollinshead & T. K. Rabb, eds. I Wish I Had Been There II. New York, pp. 1-17.

Ober, J. (2004). “’I Besieged That Man’. Democracy’s Revolutionary Start”, in K. Raaflaub, J. Ober, & R. Wallace, eds. Origins of Democracy in Ancient Greece. University of California Press, pp. 83-104.

Thapar, R. (2011). “Historical Traditions in Early India: c. 1000 BC to c. AD 600”, in A. Feldherr & G. Hardy, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 1: Beginnings to AD 600. Oxford University Press, pp. 553-576.

Thapar, R. (2011). “Inscriptions as Historical Writing in Early India: Third Century BC to Sixth Century AD”, in A. Feldherr & G. Hardy, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 1: Beginnings to AD 600. Oxford University Press, pp. 577-600.

2.3. Historiography of the Renaissance and Baroque

Alcoberro, A. (2007). “L’humanisme català en temps del Reis Catòlics”, in L. Ribot, J. Valdeón & E. Maza, coords. Isabel la Católica y su época. Actas del Congreso Internacional 2004. Instituto Universitario de Historia Simancas – Universidad de Valladolid, Vol. I, pp. 757-775.

Alcoberro, A. (1993). “L’Arxiu Reial de Barcelona i la historiografia humanista: les Cròniques d’Espanya de Pere Miquel Carbonell”Pedralbes, No. 3, pp. 515-524.

Armitage, D. (2009). “Ideas of Civil War in Seventeenth-Century England”. Annals of the Japanese Association for the Study of Puritanism, No. 4, pp. 4-18.

Armitage, D. (2004). “The Elizabethan Idea of Empire”. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, No. 14, pp. 269-277.

Baró, X. (2019). Skanderbeg (1405-1468), heroi nacional albanès, entre la realitat i el mite”. Temps d’Educació, no. 56, pp. 221-234.

Baró, X. & Bosch, M. (2018). “El nacimiento de la Retórica Moderna a través de Cipriano de Suárez (1524-1593)”. Comprendre: revista catalana de filosofia, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 45-60.

Baró, X. (2017-2018). “El pensament sobre la mort en Nieremberg (1595-1658)”. Anuari de la Societat Catalana de Filosofia, vols. 28-29, pp. 33-46.

Baró, X. (2017). “Juan Eusebio Nieremberg (1595-1658) a Catalunya. Principals edicions de les seves obres (s. CVII-XVIII) i la traducció catalana del seu Catecisme”. Revista catalana de teologia, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 91-107.

Baró, X. (2017). “Evangelizar en la lejanía: Anne du Rousier (1806-1880) en Chile y Ambrosio de Valencina (1859-1914) en las Islas Carolinas”. Estudios franciscanos: publicación periódica de Ciencias Eclesiásticas de las Provincias Capuchinas Ibéricas, vol. 118, no. 462, pp. 191-215.

Baró, X. (2011-2012). “Algunes fonts utilitzades per Jeroni Pujades (1568-1635) en l’elaboració de la seva crònica”. Boletín de la Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona, no. 53, pp. 245-264.

Baró, X. (2006). “La historiografia catalana en el segle del Barroc”Pedralbes: Revista d’història moderna, No. 26, pp. 393-402.

Baró, X. (2003). “Concepció i funció social de la història segons Esteve de Corbera (1563-1633?) i Francesc de Montcada (1586-1635)”Pedralbes: Revista d’història moderna, No. 23, pp. 491-506.

Baró, X. (2002). “Els privilegis originaris de Catalunta segons Narcís Feliu de la Penya i d’altres historiadors de l’època”Pedralbes: Revista d’història moderna, No. 22, pp. 111-132.

Floristán, A. dir. (2004). Ex hostibus et in hostes. La configuración de identidades colectivas como confrontación múltiple: Navarra entre Sobrarbe y Cantabria (siglos XVI y XVII), in A. Álvarez-Ossorio & Bernardo García, eds. La Monarquía de las naciones. Patria, nación y naturaleza en la Monarquía de España. Fundación Carlos de Amberes, pp. 327-354.

Gascón Pérez, J. (2013). “Epígonos de la rebelión. Los cronistas de Aragón y sus escritos sobre 1591”. Revista de historia Jerónimo Zurita, No. 88, pp. 117-144.

Gascón Pérez, J. (2013). “El ideario político de Jerónimo Zurita. Una aproximación”, in I. Falcón, coord. El Compromiso de Caspe (1412), cambios dinásticos y Constitucionalismo en la Corona de Aragón. Obra Social Ibercaja, pp. 343-350.

Gascón Pérez, J. (2012). “Cortesanos, cronistas y poetas: los escritos políticos de los hermanos Argensola en su contexto histórico”, in M. J. Pérez Álvarez & A. Martín García, coords. Campo y campesinos en la España Moderna; culturas políticas en el mundo hispánico, vol. 2.Fundación Española de Historia Moderna, pp. 1687-1696.

Kagan, R. L. (2000). “Cartografia y comunidad en el mundo hispánico”Pedralbes, No. 20, pp. 11-36.

Kwiatkowski, N. (2008). “Concepciones de la historia y el pasado durante la Revolución Inglesa. El caso de Thomas May”. Cuadernos de historia moderna, No. 33, pp. 121-149.

Mendiola, A. & Zermeño, G. (1994). “La función social de los libros de historia en la España imperial de los siglos XVI y XVII”. Historias. Revista de la Dirección de Estudios Históricos, No. 31, pp. 49-55.

Minuti, R. (2012). “Toleration in China and Siam in Late-Seventeenth-Century European Travel Literature”, in J. C. Laursen & M. J. Villaverde, eds. Paradoxes of Religious Toleration in Early Modern Political Thought. Lexington Books, pp. 109-120.

Palos, J. L. & Carrió-Invernizzi, D. (2008). “El estatuto de la imagen en la Edad Moderna”, in J. L. Palos & D. Carrió-Invernizzi, eds. La Historia Imaginada. Construcciones visuales del pasado en la Edad Moderna. Centro de Estudios de Europa Hispánica, pp. 7-25.

Palos, J. L. (2000). “Il Dibattito ideologico nella rivoluzione catalana del 1640: nuovi orientamenti storiografici”Il Pensiero Politico, Vol. XXXIII, pp. 118-132.

Palos, J. L. (1985). “Las Cortes en Cataluña durante el siglo XVI: apuntes para un estudio social del poder”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna, Vol. 5, pp. 97-115.

Rey Castelao, O. (2007). “El peso de la herencia: la influencia de los modelos en la historiografía barroca”Pedralbes, No. 27, pp. 35-58.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2020). “Rasgos populistas en la propaganda de don Juan José de Austria contra J. E. Nithard: 1668–1669”, in L. Szkopiński & A. Woch. Populismo y propaganda: entre el presente y el pasado. Editorial de la Universidad de Łódź, pp. 17-29.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2008). “Temps de guerra i temps de pau en l’escriptura històrica de F. Pons de Castellví”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 28, pp. 331-348.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2007). “Historiografía y dedicatorias en la Monarquía hispánica del siglo XVII”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 27, pp. 17-34.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2005). “La nobleza catalana y la cultura en tiempos del Quijote”. Conference, February 16, 2005.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2003). “La historiografía española del Barroco (1580-1684)”. Research work that achieved a Professor tenure-track in the Early Modern Age field, at the Universidad de Barcelona.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2003). “Memòria i identitat a la Catalunya del segle XVII: La construcció social del passat”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 23, pp. 477-490.

Sánchez-Marcos, F & González del Campo, F. (1998). “La aportación de los jesuitas a la difusión de la historia: el humanista Andreas Schoot y su Hispania IllustrataProfesor Nazario González/Una historia abierta, pp. 141-147.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1993). “Historiografía e instituciones políticas en la Cataluña del siglo XVII. El caso de la Cataluña Illustrada de Esteve de Corbera”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 13 (2), pp. 547-556.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1990). “Nota sobre la Historiografía de la época de Antonio Agustín: La selección bodiniana de historiadores de los españoles”, in Jornades d’Història Antoni Agustí i el seu temps (1517-1586). Promociones Publicaciones Universitarias, pp. 485-495.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1989). “Algunes consideracions sobre l’impacte del descobriment d’Amèrica en la interpretació europea de la història”, in Cicle entorn al cinquè centenari del descobriment d’Amèrica. Col.legi Major Universitari Monterols, pp. 79-95.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1987). “Historia e historiadores en la Europa de los siglos XVI y XVII: Panorámica bibliográfica”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 7, pp. 29-42.

Sánchez-Prieto, J. M. (2013). “Los desafíos del ‘giro performativo’: el modelo de Alexander y la pervivencia de Turner”, in F. Oncina & E. Cantarino, coords. Giros narrativos e historias del saber. Plaza y Valdés, pp. 77-110.

Woolf, D. & Wong J. (2016). “English Vernacular Historical Writing and Holinshed’s Chronicles”, in M. Smuts, ed. The Oxford Companion to the Age of Shakespeare. Oxford University Press, pp. 213-30.

Woolf, D. (2012). “Historical Writing in Britain from the Late Middle Ages to the Eve of Enlightenment”, in J. Rabasa, M. Sato, E. Tortarolo & D. Woolf, eds. Oxford History of Historical Writing, volume 3: 1400-1800. Oxford University Press, pp. 474-497.

Woolf, D. (2006). “From Hystories to the Historical: Five Transitions in Thinking about the Past, 1500-1700”, in P. Kewes, ed., The Uses of History in Early Modern England, special issue of Huntington Library Quarterly , Vol. 68, No.1 and 2 (2005), 33-70 (reissued as hardback by University of California Press, 2006).

Woolf, D. (1988). “Genre into Artifact: The Decline of the English Chronicle in the Sixteenth Century”Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 19, N. 3, pp. 321-354.

Woolf, D. (1987). “Erudition and the Idea of History in Renaissance England”Renaissance Quaterly, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 11-48.

2.4. Historiography of the 18th and 19th Centuries

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2018). “La cuestión catalana en la Restauración: nota crítica”Hispania Sacra.

Assis, A. (2015). “Schemes of Historical Method in the Late 19th Century: Cross-References between Langlois and Seignobos, Bernheim, and Droysen”, in L. E. O. Fernandes, L. R. Pereira & S. Mata, eds. Contributions to Theory and Comparative History of Historiography. Peter Lang, pp. 105-125.

Assis, A. (2013). “Friedrich Meinecke”, in J. Malerba, ed. Lições de história. Da história científica à crítica da razão metódica no limiar do século XX. EdiPucRs; pp. 247-262.

Assis, A. & C-H. Chen (2009). “Menschheit, Humanismus und Antihumanismus in den historischen Anthropologien Droysens und Burckhardts”, in G. Rebane, K. Bendels & N. O. Riedler, eds. Humanismus polyphono. Menschlichkeit im Zeitalter der Globalisierung. Transcript Verlag, pp. 107-123.

Black, J. (1998). “The Pre-Revolutionary Eighteenth Century “, in J. Black. War and the World: Military Power and the Fate of Continents, 1450-2000. Yale University Press, pp. 96-128.

Black, J. (1995). “Empire and Enlightenment in Edward Gibbon’s Treatment of International Relations”. The International History Review, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 441-458.

Black, J. (1988). “Britain’s Foreign Alliances in the Eighteenth Century”. Albion: A Quarterly Journal Concerned with British Studies, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 573-602.

Cal Montoya, J. E. (2004). “El discurso historiográfico de la Sociedad Económica de Amigos del Estado de Guatemala en la primera mitad del siglo XIX”. Anuario de Estudios CentroamericanosUniversidad de Costa Rica, 30(1-2), pp. 87-118.

Campos Gonçalves, S. (2014). “História e literatura no seculo XIX – Apresentação”História e Cultura, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 3-6.

Campos Gonçalves, S. (2008). “O pensamento civilizador e a cultura historiográfica brasileira no século XIX”Fazendo História, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 128-147.

Entin, G. (2013). “El patriotismo americano en el siglo XVIII: ambigüedades de un discurso político hispánico”, in V. Hébrard & G. Verdo, comp. Les indépendances hispano-américaines, un objet d’histoire. Casa de Velázquez, pp. 19-33.

McIntosh-Varjabédian, F. (2012). “Quoting Speeches and Thoughts, an Insight into Historical Causality: David Hume and Eighteenth-Century Writing”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 62, No. 2, pp. 11-26.

Romero Recio, M. (2003). “Religión y política en el siglo XVIII: el uso del mundo clásico”Ilu Revista de Ciencias de las Religiones, No. 8, pp. 127-142.

Sabino, C. (2018). “Apuntes sobre la obra histórica de José Milla”. 8/VIII/2018, Universidad San Carlos de Guatemala.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1988). “Nota sobre la cultura histórica en el siglo XVIII: El compendio del P. Buffier, Manual en el colegio de nobles de Cordellas”. Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna. Universitat de Barcelona, No. 8-2, pp. 245-254.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (1985). “Historia y política en el umbral del siglo XVIII: los ‘Anales’ y combates por Cataluña de N. Feliu de la Penya”XIIe Congrès d’Histoire de la Couronne d’Aragon, Vol. 3: Historiographie, pp. 133-146.

Sánchez-Prieto, J. M. (2008). “Familiar strangers: the reflective gaze on the Basque Country between the Two Carlist Wars”Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos, Cuadernos 2, pp. 75-102.

Sánchez-Prieto, J. M. (2008). “Alcalá Galiano y el dramatismo del XIX español”: Preliminar Study to A. Alcalá Galiano. Historia de las regencias (1833-1843). Urgoiti Editores, pp. I-CCXCI.

Zermeño, G. (2003). “La historiografía moderna en México: Génesis, continuidad y transformación de una disciplina”XI Reunión de Historiadores Mexicano, Estadounidenses y Canadienses, 1-4 October 2003.

2.5. Historiography of the 20th and 21st Centuries

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2005). “Too ‘turns’:  Social history, yesterday and today”, in I. Olábarri & F. J. Caspistegui, eds. The strenght of history ot the doors of the new millenium: History and other social and human sciences along XXth century (1899-2002). EUNSA, pp. 231-253.

Assis, A. (2010). A teoria da história de Jörn Rüsen. Uma introdução. Editora UFG.

Aurell, J. (2014). “La recepción de Metahistoria: de la retórica a la ética”, in A. Bolaños de Miguel, ed. Metahistoria: 40 años después. Ensayos en homenaje a Hayden White. Siníndice, pp. 13-23. 

Aurell, J. (2009). “Benedetto Croce and Robin Collingwood”Prose Studies, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 214-226.

Aurell, J. (2006). “Hayden White y la naturaleza narrativa de la historia”Anuario Filosófico, Vol. XXXIX, No. 2, pp. 625-648.

Aurell, J. (2004). “Los efectos del giro lingüístico en la historiografía reciente”Rilce, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 1-16.

Berger, S. (1995). “Historians and Nation Building”Past & Present, No. 148, pp. 187-222.

Black, J. (2019). “Norman Stone, 1941–2019”. The New Criterion, September 2019.

Bolaños de Miguel, A. (2011). “Crítica de la historia, política emancipatoria y moralidades postmodernas: la obra de Keith Jenkins”Isegoría. Revista de Filosofía Moral y Política, No. 44, pp. 217-238.

Cal Montoya, J. E. (2007). “La historiografía guatemalteca hasta Severo Martínez Peláez: trazos iniciales para un debate”. Caleidoscopio. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, n. 22, pp. 27-69.

Cattaruzza, M. & Zala, S. (2007). “Negotiated history? Bilateral historical commissions in twentieth-century Europe”, in H. Jones, K. Östberg & N. Randeraad, eds. Contemporary history on trial. Europe since 1989 and the role of the expert historian. Manchester University Press, pp. 123-143.

Cattaruzza, M. (2002). “Gli storici tedeschi durante il nazionalsocialismo: nuove prospettive di ricerca e di interpretazione storiografica”Rivista storica italiana, Vol. 114, No. 3, pp. 929-952.

Cattaruzza, M. (1999). “Ordinary Men? Gli storici tedeschi durante il nazionalsocialismo”Contemporanea, A. II, No. 2, pp. 331-339.

Coudannes, M. (2007). “Pasado, prestigio y relaciones familiares. Élite e historiadores en Santa Fe, Argentina”Redes: Revista hispana para el análisis de redes sociales, No. 13.

Cuenca, J. M. (2014). “Historiografía y marxismo”.

De Baets, A. (2011). “Plutarch’s Thesis: The Contribution of Refugee Historians to Historical Writing, 1945-2010”Proceedings of the British Academy, No. 169, pp. 211-224.

De Baets, A. (2006). “Exile and Acculturation: Refugee Historians since the Second World War”International History Review, No. 2, pp. 316-349.

De Baets, A. (2001). “Resistance to the Censorship of Historical Thought in the Twentieth Century”, in S. Dogner, ed. Making Sense of Global History: The 19th International Congress of Historical Sciences, Oslo 2000, Commemorative Volume. Universitetsforlaget, pp. 389-409.

Domanska, E. (1999). “Universal History and Postmodernism”. Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 35, pp. 129-139.

Domanska, E. (1998). “Hayden White: Beyond Irony”History and Theory, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 173-181.

Dosse, F. (2003). “Michel de Certeau: una historien de l’alterité”. Conference pronounced in Mexico.

Finney, P. (2013). “Keith Jenkins and the heroic age of British postmodern theory”Rethinking History, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 172-191. (Draft version).

Freijomil, A. G. (2014). “Jacques Le Goff (1924-2014)”Prismas, Revista de historia intelectual, No. 18, pp. 369-373.

Freijomil, A. G. (2013). “Entre la rapsodia y el recueil. Aproximaciones teóricas sobre las prácticas de reempleo textual en Michel de Certeau”. III Jornadas Internacionales de Lógica Informal y Argumentación, 3 y 4 de octubre de 2013, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento (UNGS, Argentina), pp. 1-26.

Freijomil, A. G. (2012). “À la rechereche du ‘premier’ Michel de Certeau. Les enjeux de ses premiers textes publiés pendant les années lyonnaises (1947-1950)”Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa, año XLVIII, No. 1, pp. 117-154.

Freijomil, A. G. (2012). “La práctica de la lectura en la obra de Michel de Certeau. Archivo, documento y lectura”Historia y Grafía, n. 38, pp. 209-231.

Freijomil, A. G. (2011). “Formas de hacer historiografía”Nuevo Mundo, Mundos Nuevos.

Freijomil, A. G. (2010). “Clío, entre Freud y Lacan. El gesto psicoanalítico en Michel de Certeau”Prohistoria, Vol. 14, pp. 1-31. 

Freijomil, A. G. (2008). “El teatro del devenir. La construcción de una poética jesuita en Michel de Certeau”Eadem utraque Europa, año 4, No. 7, pp. 15-38.

Freijomil, A. G. (2009). “Un historiador del ocaso Los derroteros intelectuales del primer Huizinga (1897-1919)”Prismas, Revista de historia intelectual, No. 13, pp. 33-64

Freijomil, A. G. (2009). “Les pratiques de la lecture chez Michel de Certeau. La matérialité de l’oeuvre”Cahiers du Centre de Recherches Historiques, No. 44.

Freijomil, A. G. (2008). “La historia como alegoría de la fábula. Michel de Certeau y la construcción de una fable mystiqueThélème. Revista Complutense de Estudios Franceses, No. 23, pp. 53-66.

García Cárcel, R. (2001). “La reciente historiografía modernista española”. Chronica nova: Revista de historia moderna de la Universidad de Granada, No. 28, pp. 185-219.

Ginzburg, C. (2010). “Annales. Histoire, Sciences sociales”Lectures de Mauss, Vol. 65, pp. 1303-1320.

Guereña, J.-L. (2008). “Un essai empirique qui devient un projet raisonné: Maurice Agulhon et l’histoire de la sociabilité”. Studia historica. Historia contemporánea, no. 26, pp. 157-175.

Guttormsson, L. (2000). “The Breakthrough of Social History in Iceland Historiography” in F. Meyer & Jan E. Myhre, eds. Nordic Historiography in the 20th Century. University of Oslo, pp. 265-279.

Iggers, G. (2001). “Cómo reescribiría hoy mi libro sobre historiografía del siglo XX”Pedralbes, No. 21, pp. 15-26.

Kalela, J. (2013). “Basic Income and Democracy”, in H. Haggrén, J. Rainio-Niemi & J. Vauhkonen, eds. Multi-Layered Historicity of the Present. Approaches to Social Science History. Unigrafia.

Kattago, S. (2013). “Why the World Matters: Hannah Arendt’s Philosophy of New Beginnings”The European Legacy: Towards New Paradigms, Vol. 18, No. 2.

Kocka, J. (2018). “From Germany to the USA and Back. In Remembrance of Georg G. Iggers”Storia della Storiografia, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 11-16.

Kocka, J. (2017). “1989/91 as a Caesura in the Study of History: A Personal Retrospective”, in M. Burchardt & G. Kirn, eds. Beyond Neoliberalism. Social Analysis after 1989. Palgrave/Macmillan, pp. 257-269.

Kocka, J. (2010). “Entrevista de la Dra. Verónica Zárate al Dr. Jürgen Kocka”Comité Mexicano de Ciencias Históricas, Amsterdam, 25 de agosto de 2010, pp. 1-13.

Liakos, A. (2004). “Modern Greek Historiography (1974-2000). The Era of Tradition from Dictatorship to Democracy”, in U. Brunbauer, ed. (Re)Writing History. Historiography in Southeast Europe after Socialism. LIT Verlag, pp. 351-378.

Liakos, A. (2001). “History Writing as the Return of the Repressed”Historein, No. 3, pp. 47-58.

Lorenz, C. (2014). “History and analytical philosophy of history in Germany: a special relationship?”. Paper delivered at the Conference “Philosophy, Theory and History in Germany Since 1945”, Ruhr-University Bochum, 15-16 September 2014.

Lorenz, C. (1998). “Can histories be true?: Narrativism, positivism, and the ‘metaphorical turn”History and Theory, No. 37, pp. 309-329.

Maiguashca, J. (2011). “Historians in Spanish South America: Cross-References between Centre and Periphery”, in J. Maiguashca, S. Macintyre & A. Pók, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 4: 1800-1945. Oxford University Press, pp. 463-487.

Malerba, J. (2010). “History in Latin America (1968-2008)”Storiografia, Vol. 14, pp. 269-287.

Malerba, J. (1999). “Entre la Sociología y la Historia: Pensar la Sociología figurativa en el Contexto de la América Portuguesa”Revista Mexicana de Sociología, Vol. 61, No. 2, pp. 77-105.

Mastrogregori, M. (2014). Fedeltà democrática. La scelta di Marc Bloch per la Resistenza. Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli.

Mastrogregori, M. (2014). “Percorsi e idea della storia sperimentale”, in D. Bondì, ed. Teorie del pensiero storico. Edizioni Unicopli, pp. 235-253.

Mastrogregori, M. (2014). “L’Italia repubblicana”, in D. Bondì, ed. Teorie del pensiero storico. Edizioni Unicopli, pp. 597-630.

Mastrogregori, M. (2014). “‘Conosce zatopek?’: Riccordo di Ruggiero Romano”, in P. Butti, ed. Ruggiero Romano. Atti dell’incontro di studi San Marino, giugno 2012. Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino, pp. 163-183.

Mastrogregori, M. (2013). “Qualità o morte. Il tiro al bersaglio sulla valutazione dei professori”Storiografia. Rivista annuale di storia, año 17, Suplemento critico e bibliografico “Bollettino di storiografia”, pp. 7-9.

Mastrogregori, M. (2012). “Il carteggio Bobbio-Garin (1942-1999)”Storiografia. Rivista annuale di storia, 16, “Bollettino di storiografia”, pp. 31-33.

Mastrogregori, M. (2008). I due prigionieri: Gramsci, Moro e la storia del Novecento italiano. Casa Editrice Marietti.

Munslow, A. (2013). “Rethinking Metahistory: The Historical imagination in nineteenth century Europe”Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice.

Munslow, A. (2011). “Alan Munslow: in conversation with Keith Jenkins”Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 567-586.

Olábarri, I. (1987). Les études d’histoire de l’historiographie espagnole contemporaine: état de la question”Storia della Storiografia, No. 11, pp. 122-140.

Peiró, I. (2016). “Transiciones y retornos, pérdidas y reencuentros (la historia de las emociones después de la posmodernidad)”, in M. A. Naval, ed. La transición sentimental. Visor Libros / Prensa de la Universidad de Zaragoza, pp. 21-66.

Peiró, I. (2016). “La caída de los dioses: una mutación ideológica de los historiadores españoles, 1936-1940”, in M. Romero Recio & G. Soria Tomás, eds. El almacén de la Historia. Reflexiones Historiográficas. Editorial Biblioteca Nueva, pp. 162-202.

Peiró, I. & Marín Gelabert, M. A. (2016). “Catedráticos franquistas, franquistas catedráticos. Los ‘pequeños dictadores’ de la Historia”, in F. J. Caspístegui & I. Peiró, eds. Jesús Longares Alonso: el maestro que sabía escuchar. EUNSA, pp. 251-291.

Peiró, I. (2013). “Historiadores en el purgatorio. Continuidades y rupturas en los años sesenta”. Cercles. Revista d´Història Cultural, No. 16, pp. 53-81.

Peiró, I. (2012). “La educación patriótica de un historiador español: el primer viaje de estudios a París de Rafael Altamira”, in M. Llompart, ed. Identidades de España en Francia: un siglo de exilios y migraciones. Comares,pp. 39-65.

Peiró, I. (2011). “Días de ayer de la historiografía española. La Guerra de la Independencia y la ‘conversión liberal’ de los historiadores en el franquismo”, in J. Canal & P. Rújula, eds. Guerra de ideas en España. Marcial Pons, pp. 439-473.

Peiró, I. (2009). “De arañas y visigodos. La década alemana de Juan José Carreras”, in C. Forcadell, ed. Razones de historiador. Magisterio y presencia de Juan José Carreras. Institución «Fernando el Católico», 2009, pp. 71-98.

Paul, H. (2012). “Weak Historicism: On Hierarchies of Intellectual Virtues and Goods”Journal of the Philosophy of History, Vol. 6, pp. 369-388.

Paul, H. (2012). “Gadamer and Philosophy of History: A Conversation Waiting to Begin”, in M. Kasten, H. Paul & R. Sneller, eds. Hermeneutics and the Humanitites. Dialogues with Hans-Georg Gadamer. Leiden University Press, pp. 151-172.

Paul, H. (2011). “Distance and Self-Distanciation: Intellectual Virtue and Historical Method around 1900”History and Theory, Theme Issue 50, pp. 104-116.

Paul, H. (2010). “Who Suffered From the Crisis of Historicism? A Dutch Example”History and Theory, Vol. 49, pp. 169-193.

Peltonen, M. (2008). “The Weber Thesis and Economic Historians”Max Weber Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 79-98.

Peltonen, M. (2004). “From Discourse to Dispositif: Michael Foucault’s Two Histories”Historical Reflections, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 205-219.

Peltonen, M. (2001). “Clues, Margins, and Monads: The Micro-Macro Link in Historical Research”History and Theory, No. 40, pp. 347-359.

Poirrier, P. (2010). “L’histoire contemporaine”, in P. Cauchy, C. Gauvard & J-F. Sirinelli, dir. Les historiens français à l’oeuvre, 1995-2010. PUF, pp. 69-87.

Popescu, L. (2013). “The Contemporary ‘Linguistic Turn’ and Historical Knowledge”, in Historical Knowledge in Western Civilization: Studies beyond the Sovereign View. VDM/AK, Saarbrucken, pp. 184-191.

Rüsen, J. (2007). “How to make use of the past: salient issues of Metahistory”. The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 169-221.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2014). “Cruzando puentes. El historiador como traductor”, in J.-L. Palos y F. Sánchez-Costa, eds. A vueltas con el pasado. Historia, memoria y vida. Publicacions Universitat de Barcelona, pp. 411-439.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2001). “El historiador como traductor”Pedralbes: Revista d’història moderna, No. 21, pp. 27-44.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2000). “La influencia de la historiografía germánica en España en el decenio de 1990-1999”, in C. Barros, ed. Actas del II Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate, Vol. 1, pp. 129-138.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2000). “El futuro de la historiografía española: un poco de prospectiva y algunas propuestas para la eutopía”, in C. Barros, ed. Actas del II Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate, Vol. 3, Santiago de Compostela, 14-18 de julio de 1999.

Sánchez-Prieto, J. M. (2012). “Reinhart Koselleck: La interdisciplinariedad de la Historia”Memoria y Civilización, No. 15, pp. 475-499.

Sánchez-Prieto, J. M. (2004). “Mémoire de l’Histoire et identité politique dans l’Espagne contemporaine”Politeia. Cahiers de l’Association Française des Auditeurs de l’Académie Internationale de Droit Constitutionel, No. 6, pp. 339-356.

Sansón Corbo, T. (2011-2012). “Independencia y nación en las obras de Efraím Cardozo y Juan Pivel Devoto. Ensayo de historiografía comparada”. Estudios Paraguayos, vols. XXIX-XXX, No. 1-2, pp. 9-29.

Savelieva, I. (2011). “In Search of the New ‘Turns’: History and the Theory in the 21st Century”National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Scott, J. W. (2012). “The Incommensurability of Psychoanalysis and History”History and Theory, No. 51, pp. 63-83.

Scott, J. W. (2009). “Finding Critical History”, in J. Banner & J. Gillis, eds. Becoming Historians. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 26-53.

Scott, J. W. (2007). “History-Writing as Critique”, in K. Jenkins, S. Morgan & A. Munslow, eds. Manifestos for History. London: Routledge, pp. 19-38.

Spiegel, G. (2001). “Foucault and the Problem of Genealogy”The Medieval History Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-14.

Spiegel, G. (1995). “Towards a Theory of the Middle Ground: Historical Writing in the Age of Postmodernism”Historia a Debate, Santiago de Compostela, Vol. 1, pp. 169-176.

Thapar, R. (2008). “Early Indian History and the Legacy of D D Kosambi”Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 43, No. 30, pp. 43-51.

Tortarolo, E. (2008). “Franco Venturi e il comunismo”, pp. 327-340.

Tortarolo, E. (2006). “Italian history and European history: Italian historiography in the interwar period”. Academia delle scienze, 21 September 2006.

Thurner, M. (2006). “After colonialism and the king: notes on the Peruvian birth of ‘contemporary history’”Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 393-420.

Veit-Brause, I. (2003). “The Interdisciplinarity of History of Concepts: A Bridge Between Disciplines”History of Concepts Newsletter, No. 6, pp. 8-13.

3. Historical Culture

3.1. A Theorical Frame for Historical Culture

Paletschek, S. & Korte, A. (2012). “Popular History Now and Then: An Introduction”, in S. Paletschek & A. Korte, eds. Popular History Now and Then. International Perspectives. Transcript-Verlag, pp. 7-11.

Paletschek, S. (2011). “Introduction: Why Analyse Popular Historiographies?in S. Paletschek, ed. Popular Historiographies in the 19th and 20th Century. Berghahn Books, pp. 1-18.

Paletschek, S. & Korte, A. (2009). Geschichte und Kriminalgeschichte(n): Texte, Kontexte, Zugänge”, in S. Paletschek & A. Korte, eds. Geschichte im Krimi: Beiträge aus den Kulturwissenschaften. Böhlau, pp. 7-27.

Rüsen, J. (2009). “¿Qué es la cultura histórica?: Reflexiones sobre una nueva manera de abordar la historia”. [Unpublished Spanish version of the German original text in K. Füssmann, H. T. Grütter & J. Rüsen, eds. (1994). Historische Faszination. Geschichtskultur heute. Böhlau, pp. 3-26].

Sánchez Costa, F. (2013). “La fragua de la identidad: Memoria, conciencia histórica y cultura histórica”, in F. Sánchez Costa, F. & J-L. Palos, eds. A vueltas con el pasado. Historia, memoria y vida. Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, pp. 185-211.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2009). “Historical Culture”

3.2. Teaching and Disseminating History

Aronsson, P. (2012). “Writing the Museum”, in J. Hegardt, ed. The Museum Beyond the Nationo. National Historical Museum, pp. 17-39.

Assis, A. (2014). “A didática da história de J. G. Droysen: constituição e atualidade”Revista Tempo, Vol. 20, pp. 1-18.

Banús, E. (2018). “University Courses on Cultural Management as Educational Opportunities for the Catholic Church: Some Reflections Based on Teaching Experience”. Church, Communication and Culture, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 221-236.

Bashir, S. (2017). “The Intertwining of History and Heritage in Islamic Contexts”, in T. Rico, ed. The Making of Islamic Heritage: Muslim Pasts and Heritage Presents. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-21.

Black, J. (1992). “The Historical Atlas: Teaching Tool or Coffee-Table Book?”. The History Teacher, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 489-512.

Chen, Hui-Hung (2015). “Home and the world: editing the “Glorious Ming” in woodblock-printed books of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries”. The Seventeenth Century.

Coudannes, M. (2004). “Una propuesta crítica para el uso en la enseñanza de la Historia de materiales ofrecidos en soporte virtual”Contexto educativo: revista digital de investigación y nuevas tecnologías, No. 30.

De Baets, A. (2002). “History: School Curricula and Textbooks”, in D. Jones, ed. Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Fitzroy, pp. 1067-1073.

De Groot, J. (2006). “Empathy and Enfrachisement: Popular Histories”Rethinking History, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 391-413.

Gaskell, I. (2017). “People and Things – Things and People”, in L. Förster et al., eds. Provenance Research on Ethnographic Collections from the Colonial Era. Museum Fünf Kontinente, pp. 335-338.

Gaskell, I. (2015). “The Museum of Big Ideas”, in V. Harrison, G. Kemp & A. Bergqvist, eds. Philosophy and Museums: Ethics, Aesthetics and Ontology. Cambridge University Press.

Guereña, J.-L. (2005). “¿Un icono nacional? La instrumentalización del ‘Quijote’ en el espacio escolar en el primer tercio del siglo XX”Bulletin hispanique, Vol. 110, No. 1, pp. 145-190.

Leeuw-Roord, J. (2009). “Yearning for Yesterday: Effords of History Professionals in Europe at designing Meaningful and Effective School History Curricula”, in L. Symcox & A- Wilschut, eds. National History Standards. The Problem of the Canon and the Future of Teaching History. pp, 73-95.

Leeuw-Roord, J. (2008). “A Common Textbook for Europe? Utopia or a Crucial Challenge”, in J. Patrick Bauer, J. Meyer-Hamme & A. Körber, hrsg. Geschichtslernen, Innovation und Reflexion. Geschichts-didaktik im Spannungsfeld von theoretischen Zuspitzungen, empirischen Erkundungen, normativen Überlegungen und pragmatischen Wendungen. festschrift für Bodo von Borries zum 65. Geburtstag. Geschictsdidaktik. Centaurus.

Mitchell, R. (2007). “Henrietta Marshall’s Our Island Story (1905) and the Edwardian Children’s History Book”. First delivered as a paper at the Modern Book Society Conference, English Faculty, University of Oxford.

Oleynikov, A. (2014). “History with No Statute of Limitations”, in I. Budraitskis & A. Zhilyaev, eds. Pedagogical Poem. Marsilio Editori, pp. 115-126.

Pagano, N. (2017). “La gestión patrimonial de la Comisión Nacional de Monumentos, de Lugares y de Bienes Históricos. Antecedentes y actualidad”, in N. Pagano, comp. Patrimonio histórico, conmemoraciones y usos públicos del pasado Argentino. Mnemosyne, pp. 149-162.

Rodríguez, M. & Lewkowicz, M. (2016). “Historiografía académica e historia escolar. Los libros de texto de historia entre dos centenarios”. História da Historiografia: International Journal of Theory and History of Historiography, Vol. 9, No. 20, pp. 48-68.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2018). “Una puerta digital al conocimiento de la historia: ‘’ y otros recursos análogos”. Ar@cne. Revista electrónica de recursos en Internet sobre geografía y ciencias sociales, No. 226.

Seixas, P & Peck, C. (2004). “Teaching Historical Thinking”, in A. Sears & I. Wright eds., Challenges and Prospects for Canadian Social Studies. Vancouver: Pacific Educational Press, pp. 109-117.

Seixas, P. (1999). “Beyond Content and Pedagogy: In Search of a Way to Talk About History Education”Journal of Curriculum Studies, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 317-337.

Seixas, P. (1998). “Student Teachers Thinking Historically”Theory and Research in Social Education, Vol. 26, No. 3 Summer, pp. 310-341.

Seixas, P. (1997). “Mapping the Terrain of Historical Significance”Social Education, Vol. 61, No. 1, pp. 22-27.

Seixas, P. (1996). “Conceptualizing growth in historical understanding”, in D. Olson & N. Torrance, eds. Education and Human Development. London: Blackwell.

Southgate, B. (2009). “Why Dryasdust?: Historians in Fiction”Historically Speaking, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 12-13.

Tortarolo, E. (2006). “Le riviste storiche”. Academia delle scienze, 21 September 2006.

Walton, J. (2007). “Recovering the Popular Past: The Beamish Open-Air Museum in its British Context”. (Conference pronounced the 28th day of September 2007).

Wimmer, M. (2012). “Über die Wirkung geschichtswissenschaftlicher Texte, oder warum impact eine zu einfache Lösung für ein komplexes Problem ist”Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Geschichte (SGW/RSH/RSS), Vol. 62, No. 2, pp. 217-238.

Zhang, L. (2018). “Canon, Citation and Pedagogy : The Homeric Epics and the Book of Poetry”, in F.-H. Mutschler, ed. The Homeric Epics and the Chinese Book of Songs Foundational Texts Compared. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 207-223.

3.3. Media and History

Armitage, D. (1992). “Christopher Columbus and the Uses of History”. History Today, Vol. 42, No. 5, pp. 50-55.

Black, J. (2014). “Enlightenment and Information”, in J. Black. The Power of Knowledge. How Information and Technology Made the Modern World. Yale University Press, pp. 173-200.

Black, J. (2014). “The West and the Oceans”, in J. Black. The Power of Knowledge. How Information and Technology Made the Modern World. Yale University Press, pp. 53-81.

Fogu, C. (2008). “Digitalizing Historical Consciousness”History and Theory, Vol. 48, No. 2, pp. 103-121.

Gaskell, I. (2015). “The Life of Things”, in S. Macdonald & H. Rees Leahy, eds. The International Handbook of Museum Studies: Museum Media, 4 vols. John Wiley, pp. 167-190.

Minuti, R. (2011). “Insegnare storia al tempo del web 2.0: considerazioni su esperienze e problemi aperti”, in J.-P- Genet & A. Zorzi, eds. Les historiens et l’informatique: un métier à réinventer. École Française de Rome, pp. 109-123.

Nirenberg, D. (2017). “Medieval Media and Minorities: Jews and Muslims in the Cantigas de Santa María, in Y.-G. Liang & H. Rodriguez, eds. Authority and Spectacle in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Routledge, pp. 147-170.

Paletschek, S. & Korte, A. (2012). “Nineteenth-Century Magazines and Historical Cultures in Britain and Germany: Exploratory Notes on a Comparative Approach”, in S. Paletschek & A. Korte, eds. Popular History Now and Then. International Perspectives. Transcript-Verlag, pp. 7-11.

Paletschek, S. (2011). “Popular Presentations of History in the 19th Century: The Example of Die Gartenlaube, in S. Paletschek, ed. Popular Historiographies in the 19th and 20th Century. Berghahn Books, pp. 34-53.

Paletschek, S. & Korte, A. (2009). “Geschichte in populären Medien und Genres. Vom historischen Roman zum Computerspiel”, in S. Paletschek & A. Korte, eds. History goes Pop zur Repräsentation von Geschichte in populären Medien und Genres. Transcript-Verlag, pp. 9-60.

Poirrier, P. (2010). “Internet et les historiens”, in C. Delacroix, F. Dosse, P. Garcia & N. Offenstadt, dirs. Historiographies. Concepts et débats. Paris: Gallimard, pp. 468-475.

Thomas, J. A. (2009). “The Evidence of Sight”History and Theory, Theme Issue 48, pp. 151-168.

Thomas, J. A. (2008). “Power Made Visible: Photography and Postwar Japan’s Elusive Reality”The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 365-394.

3.4. History and Cinema

Caparrós, J. M. (2007). “Enseñar la historia contemporánea a través de la ficción”Quaderns de cine, No. 1, pp. 25-35.

Caparrós, J. M. (2001). “Cataluña y su historia, en la pantalla”. Cuadernos de Historia Contemporánea, No. 23, pp. 103-124.

Davis, N. Z. (2000). “Film as Historical Narrative”, in Slaves on Screen: Film and Historical Vision. Harvard University Press, pp. 1-15.

Eley, G. (2001). “Finding the People’s War: Film, British Collective Memory, and World War II”The American Historical Review, Vol. 106, No. 3, pp. 818-838.

Rosenstone, R. (2001). October as History“Rethinking History, 5, pp. 255-274.

Rosenstone, R. (2000). “Oliver Stone as Historian”, in R. Toplin, ed., Oliver Stone’s USA. University of Kansas.

Rosenstone, R. (1995). “The Historical Film as Real History”Film-Historia, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 5-23.

3.5. History and Novel

Banús, E. & Valero, J. (2016). “De ríos y ferrocarriles: Construcción y deconstrucción de la identidad europea en Magris y Sebald”. 1616: Anuario de la Sociedad Española de Literatura General y Comparada, No. 6, pp. 75-90.

Caballero Wangüemert, M. (2000). “Introducción”, in M. Caballero Wangüemert. Novela histórica y posmodernidad en Manuel Mújica Láinez. Universidad de Sevilla, pp. 15-24.

Devji, F. (2009). “The Mutiny to Come”. New Literary History, Vol. 40, No. 2, pp. 411-430.

Fanjul, S. (2006). “Divulgación y falsificación en la novela histórica: el caso ‘árabe'”, in J. Jurado Morales, coord. Reflexiones sobre la novela histórica. Universidad de Cádiz. Servicio de Publicaciones, pp. 299-318.

Fanjul, S. (2006). “¿Es la novela histórica un fósil literario?”, in M. Lemlij & L. Millones, eds. Historia, memoria y ficción. Biblioteca Peruana de Psicoanálisis, pp. 50-74.

Fernández Prieto, C. (2005). “Novela histórica”Quimera, No. 263-264, pp. 76-78.

Fernández Prieto, C. (2004). “El anacronismo: Formas y funciones”, in Actas do Colóquio Internacional Literatura e História. Facultade de Letras do Porto, Vol. I, pp. 247-257.

Fernández Prieto, C. (2004). “Novela, historia y postmodernidad”, in Actas del Congreso Literatura e Historia (20-22/X/2004). Fundación Caballero Bonald, pp. 89-104.

Kohut, K. (1997). “La invención del pasado: la novela histórica en el marco de la posmodernidad”, in K. Kohut. La invención del pasado: la novela histórica en el marco de la posmodernidad. Iberoamérica, pp. 9-28.

Mata Induráin, C. (2009). “Brief Definition and Characterization of a Historical Novel”. (Translation for

Mata Induráin, C. (1998). “Retrospectiva sobre la evolución de la novela histórica”, in K. Spang et al. La novela histórica. Teoría y comentarios. EUNSA, pp. 13-63.

Peiró, I. (2019). La vida a los 25 años. Novela de formación o aprendizaje”, in P. Rújula, coord. A. Gil Novales (1930-2016): los mundos del historiador. Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses, pp. 19-64.

Querol, J. M. (1996). “Apropiación y modelización de la Antigüedad en la novela histórica contemporánea”, in J. N. Romera & M. García-Page, coords. La novela histórica a finales del siglo XX… Visor, pp. 367-374.

Spang, K. (1998). “Apuntes para una definición de la novela histórica”, in K. Spang et al. La novela histórica. Teoría y comentarios. EUNSA, pp. 63-125.

4. Memory and History

4.1. Social Memory

Aronsson, P. (2011). “The Productive Dilemmas of History”, in H. Ruin & A. Ers, eds. Rethinking Time essays on historical consciousness, memory, and representationo. Södertörn Philosophical Studies, pp. 29-38.

Aurell, J. (2006). “La función social de la memoria”, in R. Alvira, H. Ghiretti & M. Herrero, eds. La experiencia social del tiempo. EUNSA, pp. 149-170.

Barash, J. A. (2016). “Virtual Experience, Collective Memory and the Configuration of Public Space through the Mass Media. The Example of Ex-Yugoslavia”Configuraçoes. Revista de Sociologia, Vol. 17, pp. 11-29.

Barash, J. A. (2016). “Collective Memory and Historical Time”Práticas da História 1, No. 2, pp. 11-37.

Barash, J. A. (2012). “Articulations of Memory: Reflections on Imagination and the Scope of Collective Memory in the Public Sphere”Partial Answers.  Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 183-195.

Barash, J. A. (2011). “At the Threshold of Memory: Collective Memory between Personal Experience and Political Identity”META: Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, and Practical Philosophy, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 249-267.

Barash, J. A. (2010). “The Place of Remembrance:  Reflections on Paul Ricoeur’s theory of collective memory”, in B. Treanor & H. I. Venema, eds. A Passion for the Possible. Thinking with Paul Ricoeur. Fordham University Press, pp. 147-157.

Barash, J. A. (2007). “Analyzing Collective Memory”, in D. Mendels, ed. On Memory:  An Interdisciplinary Approach. Peter Lang, pp. 101-116.

Barash, J. A. (1997). “The Sources of Memory”Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 68, No. 4, pp. 707-717..

Beevor, A. (2003). “War and Rape, Germany 1945”. Lees-Knowles Lectures, Cambridge, No. 2.

Canal, J. (2008). “Matar negros, hacer blancos: los colores y los nombres del enemigo en las guerras civiles de la España contemporánea”Espacio, tiempo y forma. Serie V, Historia contemporánea, No. 20, pp. 19-36.

Díaz Arias, D. (2006-07). “Memoria Colectiva y Ceremonias Conmemoriativas. Una Aproximación Teórica”Diálogos Revista Electrónica de Historia, Vol. 7, No. 2.

Dosse, F. (1998). “Entre histoire et mémoire: Une histoire sociale de la mémoire”Raisoon présente, September, pp. 5-24.

Eley, G. (2013). “Memory and the Historians: Ordinary Life, Eventfulness and the Instinctual Past”, in J. Noakes & J. Pattinson, eds. British Cultural Memory and the Second World War. Bloomsbury, pp. xi-xxi.

Eley, G. (2011). “The Past Under Erasure? History, Memory, and the Contemporary”Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 555-573.

Eley, G. (2002). “Politics, Culture, and the Public Sphere”. Positions, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 219-236.

Finney, P. (2011). “D-Day 2004: Passing the Torch to History?”, in K. Hall & K. N. Jones, eds. Constructions of Conflict: Transmitting Memories of the Past in European Historiography, Culture and Media. Peter Lang, pp. 223-240.

Olábarri, I. (1996). “La resurrección de Mnemósine: historia, memoria, identidad”in I. Olábarri & F. J. Caspitegui, La “nueva” historia cultural: la influencia del postestructuralismo y el auge de la interdisciplinariedad. Editorial Complutense, pp. 145-174.

Peiró, I. (2014). “Autobiografía de una generación: España, 1975-1984”. Hispania Nova, No. 12, pp. 258-286.


Peiró, I. (2013). “Paisaje con figuras aragonesas: hombres célebres, varones ilustres y héroes de un antiguo país”. Archivo de Filología Aragonesa, No. 69, pp. 69-94.

Rousso, H. (2010). “A-t-on encore besoin des historiens ? Exception française et rapport contemporain au passé”, in M. Dambre & J. Golsan, dir. L’Exception et la France contemporaine. Histoire, imaginaire, littérature. Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle, pp. 17-29.

Rousso, H. (2008). “Recherche et demande sociale en histoire. Réflexions sur une pratique”, in S. Ernst, dir. Quand les mémoires déstabilisent l’école. Mémoire de la Shoah et enseignement. INRP, pp. 277-287.

Sánchez Costa, F. (2009). “La cultura histórica: una aproximación diferente a la memoria colectiva”. Pasado y memoria: Revista de Historia Contemporánea, No. 8, pp. 267-286.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2005). “From Science-History to Memory-History?: The Attractiveness and Risks of a Historiographical Trend”Storia della storiografia, Noo. 48, pp. 119-127.

Spiegel, G. (2002). “Memory and History: Liturgical Time and Historical Time”History and Theory, Vol. 41, pp. 149-162.

Tamm, M. (2013). “Beyond History and Memory: New Perspectives in Memory Studies”History Compass, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 458-473.

Tamm, M. (2008). “History as Cultural Memory: Mnemohistory and the Construction of the Estonian Nation”Journal of Baltic Studies, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 499-516.

Woolf, D. (1991). “Memory and Historical Culture in Early Modern England”Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de la Societé historique du Canada, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 283-308.

4.2. Memory Politics

Aguirre Rojas, C. A. (2004). Mitos y olvidos en la historia oficial de México. Ediciones Era.

Barash, J. A. (2008). “Les enchevêtrements de la mémoire”, in G. Fiasse, ed. Paul Ricoeur. De l’homme faillible à l’homme capable. Presses Universitaires de France, pp. 19-36.

Bevernage, B. & Colaert, L. (2014). “History from the grave? Politics of time in Spanish mass grave exhumations”Memory Studies, pp. 1-17.

Cal Montoya, J. E. (2008). “La Historia y su uso público: reflexiones desde Guatemala”. Revista de la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, No. 9, pp. 35-44.

Cattaruzza, M. (2005). “Università e accademie negli anni del fascismo e del nazismo”, in P. G. Zunino, ed. Atti del Convegno Internazionale Torino, 11-13 Maggio 2005. Leo S. Olschki Editore, pp. 345-363.

De Baets, A. (2004). “The Dictator’s Secret Archives: Rationales for Their Creation, Destruction, and Disclosure”, in A. MacDonald & A. H. Huussen, eds. Scholarly Environments: Centres of Learning and Institutional Contexts 1600-1960. (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change, Vol. 7). Peeters, pp. 181-196.

Fogu, C. (2003). “Actualism and the Fascist Historic Imaginary”History and Theory, Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. 196-221.

Ho Tai, H.-T. (2001). “Remembered Realms: Pierre Nora and French National Memory”. American Historical Review, Vol. 106, No. 3, pp. 906-922.

Kattago, S. (2009). “Agreeing to Disagree on the Legacies of Recent History: Memory, Pluralism and Europe after 1989”European Journal of Social Theory, Vol. 12, No. 3.

Leeuw-Roord, J. (2001). “EUROCLIO, a Cause or Consequence of European Historical Consciousness”, in J. van der Leeuw-Roord, ed. History for Today and Tomorrow. What does Europe mean for School History?. Vol. 2. Eustory Series “Shaping European History” Koerber Foundation. Koerber Stiftung, pp. 249-268.

Liakos, A. (2008-09). “History Wars: Notes from the field”, in S. Popp, ed. Yearbook of the International Society for the Didactics of History. Wochenschau Verlag, pp. 57-74.

Lorenz, C. (1995). “Beyond Good and Evil? The German Empire of 1871 and Modern German Historiography”Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 729-765.

Morley, N. (2013). “History as Political Therapy”. (American Political Science Association conference, Chicago, August 2013).

Ovalle, D. (2018). “El historiador del Tiempo Presente: ¿vector de conciencia histórica?”, in R. Moreno, P. Corti & J. L. Widow, eds. La utilidad de la Historia. Trea, pp. 315-328.

Peiró, I. (2019). “La continuidad innecesaria: consideraciones sobre los orígenes de la historiografía franquista y la memoria oculta de la profesión”, in A. Esteban, D. Etura & M. Tomasoni, coords. La alargada sombra del franquismo. Naturaleza, mecanismos de pervivencia y huellas de la dictadura. Comares, pp. 53-91.

Peiró, I. (2016). “La Santa Cruzada de fray Justo Pérez de Urbel: un catedrático de Historia franquista”, in I. Peiró & C. Frías Corredor, eds. Políticas del pasado y narrativas de la nación. Representaciones de la Historia en la España contemporánea. Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, pp. 229-275.

Rousso, H. (2010). “Les champs de bataille de la mémoire : de De Gaulle à Sarkozy”, in Frankreich und die ‘dunklen Jahre’. Wallstein Verlag.

Sabino, C. (2014). “Guatemala: Cómo se silencia y tergiversa el pasado”. 18/VII/2014, Universidad de El Salvador.

Savelieva, I. (2013). “‘Public History’ as a Vocation”National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Tamm, M. (2013). “How to justify a crusade? The conquest of Livonia and new crusade rhetoric in the early thirteenth century”Journal of Medieval History, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 431-455.

4.3. Places and Practices of Memory

Duchhardt, H. (1999). “La Paz de Westfalia como lieu de mémoire en Alemania y Europa”Pedralbes, No. 19, pp. 147-155.

Finney, P. (2010). “Land of Ghosts? Memories of War in the Balkans”, in G. Kassimeris & J. Buckley, eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Modern Warfare. Ashgate, pp. 343-363.

Guereña, J.-L. (2014). “El nacionalismo español y el Quijote. La génesis y la difícil realización del monumento a Cervantes en la Plaza de España de Madrid (1905-1960)”. eHumanista/Cervantes, no. 3, pp. 90-116.

Guereña, J.-L. (2005). “Imagen y , memoria: La tarjeta postal a finales del siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX”Berceo, No. 149, pp. 35-58.

Ho Tai, H.-T. (2016). “Introduction to ‘Mapping Vietnameseness’”. Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, No.  20.

Mastrogregori, M. (2012). “Memoriale della Repubblica”Belfagor, año LXVII, No. 5, pp. 577-581.

Paletschek, S., Korte, B. & Hochbruck, W. (2008). Der erste Weltkrieg in der populären Erinnerungskultur. Einleitung”, in S. Paletschek, B. Korte & W. Hochbruck, eds. Der erste Weltkrieg in der populären Erinnerungskultur. Klartext, pp. 7-24.

Paletschek, S. (2008). “Der Weihnachtsfrieden 1914 und der erste Weltkrieg als neuer (west-)europäischer Erinnerungsort. Epilog”, in S. Paletschek, B. Korte & W. Hochbruck, eds. Der erste Weltkrieg in der populären Erinnerungskultur. Klartext, pp. 213-221.

Sánchez Costa, F. (2014). “Memoria republicana y memoria católica. Cuestión religiosa y conmemoración pública en la Barcelona republicana (1931-1936)” Memoria y Civilización, Anuario de Historia, No. 17, pp. 89-121.

Sánchez Costa, F. (2009). “Los mapas de la memoria. Nombres de calles y políticas de memoria en Barcelona y Madrid”Hispania Nova: Revista de Historia Contemporánea, 12.

Sánchez Costa, F. (2009). “Cultura histórica y nombres de calles. Aproximación al nomenclátor contemporáneo de Barcelona y Madrid”Memoria y civilización. Anuario de Historia de la Universidad de Navarra, No. 12, pp. 217-251.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2002). “En revenant sur les identités et les noms des rues en Espagne: Le cas de Barcelone”, in C. Amalvi, ed. Une passion de l’Histoire. Histoire(s), Mémoire(s) et l’Europe. Privat, pp. 339-349.

Seixas, P. & Clark, P. (2004). “Murals as Monuments: Students’ Ideas about the Origins of Civilization in British Columbia”, in American Journal of Education, Vol. 110, No. 2, pp. 146-171.

4.4. Nation, Memory and History

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2008). “1808, un acontecimiento intercontinental y, al tiempo, local y familiar, in Guadarrama 1808-2008: Reflexiones sobre la historia de un pueblo. Patronato Municipal de Cultura, pp. 17-113.

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2008). “¿Memoria histórica o simplemente compartida (de la guerra civil y la represión)?”, in A. Bullón & L. Togores, coords. La República y la Guerra civil, setenta años después, t. I. Editorial Actas, pp. 170-187.

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2005). “El uso de los conceptos patria nación en el derecho indiano”, in M. Torres, coord. Actas del XV Congreso del Instituto Internacional del Derecho Indiano: Córdoba (España), del 19 al 24 de septiembre de 2005. Diputación y Universidad, 2005, pp. 1313-1349.

Aronsson, P. y G. Elgenius eds. (2011). Building National Museums in Europe (1750-2010). Conference proceedings from EuNaMus, European National Museums: Identity Politics, the Uses of the Past and the European Citizeno. Bologna, 28-30 April 2011. Linköping University Electronic Press.

Baró, X. (2019). “Europa desde la frontera: el final del Socialismo en los Balcanes (1980-1990)”. Cuadernos europeos de Deusto, no. 2, pp. 95-113.

Canal, J. (2005). “¿En busca del precedente perdido?: tríptico sobre las complejas relaciones entre carlismo y catalanismo a fines del siglo XIX”. Historia y política: Ideas, procesos y movimientos sociales, No. 14, pp. 45-84.

Cañizares-Esguerra, J. (2007). “The Cores and Peripheries of Our National Narratives: A Response From IH-35”American Historical Review, No. 112, pp. 1423-31.

Díaz Arias, D. (2003). “La Construcción de la Nación: Teoría e Historia”Cuadernos de Historia de la Cultura, No. 3. Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

Duara, P. (2018). “Nationalism and development in Asia”. Working Paper, No. 2018/95. The United Nations University World / Institute for Development Economics Research.

Duchhardt, H. (1994). “Absolutismus – Abschied von einem Epochenbegriff?”Historische Zeitschrift, No. 258, pp. 113–122.

Fernández Albadalejo, P. (2014). “John H. Elliott: El intruso a escena”, in J. H. Elliott, La rebelión de los catalanes. Un estudio sobre la decadencia de España (1598-1640). Siglo XXI de España Editores, pp. 613-631.

García Cárcel, R. (2007). “De Alfred Morel-Fatio a Pierre Vilar: la historiografía francesa sobre Cervantes y el Quijote“. Mélanges de la Casa de Velázquez, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 107-122.

García Cárcel, R. (2006). “El concepto de España en 1808”. Norba: Revista de historia, No. 19, pp. 175-189.

Jaksić, I. (2013). “‘Imparcialidad y verdad’: el surgimiento de la historiografía chilena”Estudios públicos, No. 132, pp. 141-170.

Kattago, S. (2009). “War Memorials and the Politics of Memory: The Soviet War Memorial in Tallinn”Constellations: an International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 149-165.

Lim, J-H. (2008). “The Antagonistic Complicity of Nationalisms-On ‘Nationalist Phenomenology’ in East Asian History Textbooks“, in S. Richter, ed. Contested Views of a Common Past: Historical Revisionism in Contemporary East Asia. Verlag, pp. 197-214.

Lim, J-H. (2007). “Victimhood Nationalism: Compelling or Competing?”Korea Herald, 29-4-2007.

Lim, J-H. (2001). “The Nationalist Message in Socialist Code: On the Court Historiography in People’s Poland and North Korea”, in S. Sogner, ed. Making Sense of Global History: The 19th International Congress of Historical Sciences Commemorative Volume. Universitetsforlaget.

Liakos, A. (2008). “On negative consciousness”, in M. Stassinopoulou & I. Zelepos, eds. Griechische Kultur in Sudosteuropa in der Neuzeit. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 221-228.

Liakos, A. (2008). “Hellenism and the Making of Modern Greece: Time, Language, Space”, in K. Zacharia, ed. Hellenisms. Culture, Identity and ethnicity from Antiquity to Modernity. Ashgate, pp. 201-236.

Lorenz, C. (2008). “Double Trouble. A Comparison of the Politics of National History in Germany and Quebec”, in S. Berger & C. Lorenz, eds. Nationalizing the Past. Historians as Nation Builders in Modern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 49-70. 

Pagano, N. (2014). “Patrimonio y conmemoraciones durante el primer peronismo”, in N. Pagano & M. Rodríguez, comp. La elaboración social de la experiencia histórica. Conmemoraciones, patrimonio y usos del pasado. Miño y Dávila, pp. 147-162.

Peiró, I. (2018). “La Antigüedad en acción. El sermón sobre la destrucción de la cultura nacional española”, in A. Duplá, E. dell’Elicine & J. Pérez, eds. Antigüedad clásica y naciones modernas en el Viejo y el Nuevo Mundo. Polifemo, pp. 128-154.

Peiró, I. (2015). “La Edad de Oro liberal: memoria e historia de la cultura nacional española (1875-1936)”, in C. Forcadell & M. Suárez Cortina, coords. La Restauración y la República, III. Historia de las culturas políticas en España y América latina. Marcial Pons Ediciones de Historia / Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, pp. 141-168.

Peiró, I. (2013). “Entreguerras: los historiadores, la historia y la vida”, in F. Archilés, M. García Carrión & I. Saz, eds. Nación y nacionalización. Una perspectiva europea comparada. Prensas Universitat de València, pp. 107-136.

Peiró, I. (2008). “La construcción del Archivo nacional español: los viajes documentales de Pascual de Gayangos”. Jerónimo Zurita, No. 83, pp. 225-238.

Peiró, I. (2004). “La consagración de la memoria: una mirada panorámica a la historiografía contemporánea”. Ayer, No. 53, pp. 179-205.

Pronkevych, O. (2018). “El idearium y el imaginario español en las prácticas discursivas del nacionalismo integral ucraniano en las revistas Literaturno-Naukovyi Vistnyk y Vistnyk, in F. Di Gesù, A. Pinto & A. Polizzi, eds. Media, power and identity: discursive strategies in ideologically-oriented discourses. Palermo University Press, pp. 91-106.

Sabino, C. (2011). “Los Bicentenarios: ni triunfalismo ni pesimismo”. Guatemala.

Sánchez Costa, F. (2014). “España también es nuestra”, in J. Arza & J. Coll, eds. Cataluña. El mito de la secesión. Desmontando las falacias del nacionalismo. Almuzara, pp. 103-124.

Sansón Corbo, T. (2011). “Proceso de configuración del campo historiográfico uruguayo”História da Historiografia, No. 6., pp. 123-141.

Scott, J. W. (2001). “Fantasy Echo: History and the Construction of Identity”Critical Inquiry, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 284-304.

Tamm, M. (2013). “In search of lost time: memory politics in Estonia, 1991-2001”Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, Vol. 411, No. 4, pp. 651-674.

Thapar, R. (2007). “Historical Memory without History”. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 42, No. 39, pp. 3903-3905.

Thurner, M. (2008). “Jorge Basadre’s ‘Peruvian History of Peru’, or the Poetic Aporia of Historicism”Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 88, No. 2, pp. 247-283.

Thurner, M. (1997). “Atusparia and Caceres: Rereading Representations of Peru’s Late Nineteenth-Century ‘National Problem’”The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 77, No. 3, pp. 409-441.

Thurner, M. (1995). “‘Republicanos’ and ‘La Comunidad de Peruanos’: Unimagined Political Communities in Postcolonial Andean Peru”Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 291-318.

Wasserman, F. (2015). “La nación como concepto fundamental en los procesos de independencia hispanoamericana (1780-1830)”, in H. Quiceno, comp. La Nación Imaginada. Ensayos sobre los proyectos de nación en Colombia y América Latina en el siglo XIX. Colección Artes y Humanidades, pp. 19-56.


Wasserman, F. (2009). “El concepto de nación y las transformaciones del orden político en Iberoamérica (1750-1850)”, in J. Fernández Sebastián, dir. Diccionario político y social del mundo iberoamericano. La era de las revoluciones, 1750-1850. Fundación Carolina, Sociedad Estatal de Conmemoraciones Culturales y Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, pp. 851-869.

Wasserman, F. (2004). “Conocimiento histórico y representaciones del pasado en el Río de la Plata (1830-1860)”. PhD thesis. Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Woolf, D. (2006). “Of Nations, Nationalism, and National Identity: Reflections on the Historiographic Organization of the Past”, in Q. Edward Wang & Franz Fillafer, eds. The Many Faces of Clio Cross-cultural Approaches to Historiography. Berghahn Books, pp. 71-103.

Zermeño, G. (2009). “Apropiación del pasado, escritura de la historia y construcción de la nación en México”, in G. Palacios, coord. La nación y su historia. Independencias, relato historiográfico y debates sobre la nación: América Latina, siglo XIX. El Colegio de México, pp. 81-112.

4.5. Trauma and the Limits of History

Ankersmit, F. (2002). “Trauma and Suffering: a Forgotten Source of Western Historical Thought”, in J. Rüsen, ed. Western Historical Thinking. An Intercultural Debate. Berghahn Books, pp. 72-85.

Banús, E. (2009). “Theresienstadt”. Estudios filológicos alemanes: revista del Grupo de Investigación Filología Alemana, No. 17, pp. 431-439.

Barash, J. A. (2002). “Hannah Arendt, Martin Heidegger and the Politics of Remembrance”International Journal of Philosophical Studies, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 171-182.

Bartov, O. (2019). “National Narratives of Suffering and Victimhood. Methods and Ethics of Telling the Past as Personal Political History”, in B. Bashir & A. Goldberg, eds. The Holocaust and the Nakba: A New Grammar of Trauma and History. Columbia University Press, pp. 187-206.

Bartov, O. (2018). “The Holocaust”, in R. Gellately, ed. The Oxford Illustrated History of the Third Reich. Oxford University Press, pp. 213-241.

Bartov, O. (2016). “The Holocaust as Genocide: Experiential Uniqueness and Integrated History”, in C. Fogu, W. Kansteiner & T. Presner, eds. Probing the Ethics of Holocaust Culture. Harvard University Press, pp. 319-331.

Bartov, O. (2011). “Wartime Lies and Other Testimonies: Jewish-Christian Relations in Buczacz, 1939–1944”. East European Politics and Societies, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 486-511.

Black, J. (2008). “Contesting the Past”. History, Vol. 93, No. 2, pp. 224-254.

Lorenz, C. (2013). “Differences that make a difference. On narrative, comparison and explanation in Saul Friedländers ‘The Years of Extermination’”, in N. Frei & W. Kansteiner, eds. Den Holocaust erzählen. Göttingen, pp. 88-96.

Lorenz, C. (2002). “Border-crossings: some reflections on the role of German historians in recent public debates on Nazi history”, in D. Michman, ed. Remembering the Holocaust in Germany, 1945-2000: German strategies and Jewish responses. Peter Lang, pp. 59-94.

Lorenz, C. (2002). “Model-murderers. Afterthoughts on the Goldhagen method and history”Rethinking History, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 131-150.

Lorenz, C. (1998). “Has the Third Reich become history? Martin Broszat as historian and pedagogue”Bulletin of the Arnold and Leona Finkler Institute for Holocaust Research, No. 8, pp. 27-44.

Stone, D. (2012). “Introduction: The Holocaust and Historical Methodology”, in D. Stone, ed. The Holocaust and Historical Methodology. New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 1-19.

Stone, D. (2011). “Defending the Plural: Hannah Arendt and Genocide Studies”New Formations, Vol. 71, No. 4, pp. 46-57.

Stone, D. (2009). “Holocaust Historiography and Cultural History”. Dapim: Studies on the Shoah, Vol. 23, pp. 52-68.

5. History by Topics or Focus

5.1. Global and Transcultural History

Armitage, D., Jacobs, J. & Van Ittersum, M. (2012). “Are We All Global Historians Now? An Interview with David Armitage”. Itinerario, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 7-28.

Armitage, D. (2012). “La primera Crisis Atlántica. La Revolución americana”. 20/10: El Mundo Atlántico y la Modernidad Iberoamericana, 1750-1850, No. 1, pp. 9-33.

Armitage, D. (2004). “Tres conceptos de historia atlántica”. Revista de Occidente, No. 281, pp. 7-28.

Bentley, J. H. (2007). “Early Modern Europe and the Early Modern World”, in J. H. Bentley & C. H. Parker, eds. Between the Middle Ages and Modernity: Individual and Community in the Early Modern World. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, pp. 13-31.

Bentley, J. H. (1998). “Hemispheric Integration, 500–1500 c.e.”Journal of World History, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 237-254.

Bentley, J. H. (1996). “Cross-Cultural Interaction and Periodization in World History”. American Historical Review, No. 101, pp. 749-770.

Burucúa, J. E. (2020). “¿Civilización o civilizaciones? Choques y trabajos en común de la humanidad”. Conference to be pronounced at Centro Reina Sofía, March 19, 2020.

Cañizares-Esguerra, J.; Sidbury, J. (2011). “Mapping Ethnogenesis in the Early Modern Atlantic”William and Mary Quaterly, Vol. 68, No. 2, pp. 181-208.

Cañizares-Esguerra, J. (2007). “Entangled Histories: Borderland Historiographies in New Clothes”American Historical Review, No. 112, pp. 187-99.

Ching, M. B. (2016). “The Flow of Turtle Soup from the Caribbean via Europe to Canton, and Its Modern American Fate”. Gastronomica: the Journal of Critical Food Studies, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 79-89.

Ching, M. B. (2012). “Chopsticks or Cutlery? How Canton Hong Merchants Entertained Foreign Guests in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries”, in K. Johnson, ed. Narratives of Free Trade: The Commercial Cultures of Early US-China Relations. Hong Kong University Press.

De Baets, A. (2007). “The Grandeur of Historiography”Storia della Storiografia, No. 51, pp. 141-147.

De Baets, A. (2007). “Grandeur van de historiografie”. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, Vol. 120, No. 1, pp. 114-117.

Devji, F. (2007). “Dubai Cosmopolis”. Open Democracy.

Devji, F. (1992). “Hindu/Muslim/Indian”. Public Culture: Society for Transnational Cultural Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 1-18.

Eley, G. (2007). “Historicizing the Global, Politicizing Capital: Giving the Present a Name”History Workshop Journal, No. 63, pp. 154-188.

Elliott, J. H. (2015). “España y Portugal en el mundo, 1581-1668”. Espacio, tiempo y forma, No. 28, pp. 275-281.

Finney, P. (2005). “Introduction: What is International History”, in P. Finney, ed. Palgrave Advances in International History. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-35.

Grever, M. (2009). “Fear of Plurality. Historical Culture and Historiographical Canonization in Western Europe”, in A. Epple & A. Schaser, eds. Gendering Historiography: Beyond National Canons. Campus Verlag, pp. 45-62.

Hecht, G. (2010). “Hopes for the Radiated Body: Uranium Miners and Transnational Technopolitics in Namibia”Journal of African History, Vol. 51, pp. 213–234.

Hecht, G. (2009). “Africa and the Nuclear World: Labor, Occupational Health, and the Transnational Production of Uranium”Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 51, No. 4, pp. 896-926.

Hecht, G. (2006). “Nuclear Ontologies”Constellations, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 320-331.

Kennedy, P. (1999). “The Next American Century?”. World Policy Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 52-58.

Lal, V. (2012). “The Politics of Culture and Knowledge after Postcolonialism:  Nine Theses (and a Prologue)”ContinuumJournal of Media & Culture Studies, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 191-205.

Lal, V. (2011). “World History and Its Politics”Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 46, pp. 40-47.

Lal, V. (2005). “Much Ado about Something: The New Malaise of World History”. Radical History Review, Vol. 91, pp. 124–30.

Lal, V. (2003). “Provincializing the West: World History from the Perspective of Indian History”, in B. Stuchtey & E. Fuchs, eds. Writing World History: 1800-2000. Oxford University Press, pp. 271-289.

Lal, V. (2003). “North American Hindus, the Sense of History, and the Politics of Internet Diasporism”, in R. C. Lee & S.-L. Cynthia Wong, eds. Asian-American.Net:  Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Cyberspace. Routledge, pp. 98-138.

Lal, V. (2001). “Walking with the Subalterns, Riding with the Academy:  The Curious Ascendancy of Indian History”Studies in History (New Series), vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 101-133.

Lal, V. (2001). “Subaltern Studies and Its Critics:  Debates over Indian History”.  History and Theory, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 135-148.

Leeuw-Roord, J. (2007). “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Sharing Our Stories and Looking for the Common Threads”, in D. Smart, ed. Making a Difference: Fifteen years of EUROCLIO. EUROCLIO.

Liakos, A. (2007). “The Implied Canon of European History: Framework of Comparative Activities”. Paper to the Conference “Comparative History in/on Europe. The state of the art”. Budapest, Central European University, November 9-11.

Lorenz, C. (1998). “Comparative Historiography: Problems and Perspectives”. Presented as paper at the second European Social Science History Conference, held in March 1998 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Mazlish, B. (2009). “Comparing Global History to World History”Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 385-396.

Minuti, R. (2012). “Religione siamese e forme del dialogo interculturale tra ’600 e ’700”Rivista di Storia e Letteratura religiosa, año 48, No. 3, pp. 603-622.

Mitchell, R. (2014). “Caring for Far-Extended Interest?: Creating Local Pasts in the Work of Victorian Women Writers”. Paper delivered at ‘The Global and the Local’ NAVAS/AVSA/BAVS Conference at the University of Venice, June 2013 and published in R. Mitchell, Towards the Metropolis? Approaches to the Modern City (Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies). Leeds Trinity & All Saints.

Osterhammel, J. (2006). Europe, the “West” and the Civilizing Mission. The German Historical Institute London.

Osterhammel, J. (2006). “A ‘Transnational’ History of Society. Continuity or New Departure?”, in H.-G. Haupt & J. Kocka, eds. Comparative and Transnational History. Central European Approaches and New Perspectives. Bergham Books, pp. 39-51.

Rousso, H. (2014). “Rumo a uma globalização da memória”Hist. R., Goiânia, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 265-279.

Rousso, H. (2009). “Born again Europeans”, in Ch. Delacroix, F. Dosse & P. García, dirs. Historicités. La Découverte.

Sang Ben, M.-K. (1995). “América es Américas”Ciencia y Sociedad, Vol. 20, No. 3-4, pp. 348-357.

Seth, S. (2008). “Which Past? Whose Transcendental Presupposition?”Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 215-226.

Thapar, R. (2014). “To Question or Not to Question? That Is the Question”. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 49, No. 50, pp. 33-39.

Tortarolo, E. (2008). “Eighteenth-century Atlantic history old and new”. History of European Ideas, No. 34, pp. 369-374.

Urquízar, A. (2011). “Imaginando América: objetos indígenas en las casas nobles de Renacimiento Andaluz”. Historia y Genealogía, No. 1, pp. 205-221.

Wang, Q. E. (2008). “Beyond East and West: Antiquarianism, Evidential Learning, and Global Trends in Historical Study”Journal of World History, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 489-519.

Zhang, L. (2008). “Marco Polo, Chinese cultural identity, and an alternative model of East-West encounter”. Published in A. A. Iannucci & S. Conklin Akbari, eds. Marco Polo and the Encounter of East and West. University of Toronto Press, pp. 280-296.

5.2. Medioambiental History

Thomas, J. A. (2014). “History and Biology in the Anthropocene: Problems of Scale, Problems of Value”. American Historical Review, Vol. 119, No. 5, pp. 1587-1607.

Thomas, J. A. (2012). “Comment: Not Yet Far Enough”American Historical Review, Vol. 117, No. 3, pp. 794-803.

Thomas, J. A. (2011). “From Modernity with Freedom to Sustainability with Decency: Politicizing Passivity”RCC Perspectives, Issue 3, pp. 54-57.

Bouton, C. (2013). “The Dark Horizon of the Future: Opacity, Disaster, and Responsibility”, in D. Innerarity & J. Solana, eds. Humanity at Risk. The Need for Global Governance. Bloomsbury, pp. 77-85.

McNeill, J.R. (2003). “Observations on the Nature and Culture of Environmental History”History and Theory, Vol. 42, No. 4, pp. 5-43.

5.3. History of Women and Gender

Devji, F. (1991). “Gender and the Politics of Space: The Movement for Women’s Reform in Muslim India, 1857–1900”. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 141-153.

Duara, P. (1995). “Of Authenticity and Woman: Personal Narratives of Middle Class Women in Modern China”. Conference on Becoming Chinese: Passages to Modernity and Beyond, 1900-1950. Center for Chinese Studies, UC Berkeley, June 2-4 1995.

Molas Ribalta, P. (2001). “Dames del Renaixement”. Pedralbes: Revista d’historia moderna, No. 21, pp. 45-64.

Paletschek, S. (2009). “Opening up narrow boundaries. Memory culture, historiography and excluded histories from a gendered perspective”, in A. Epple & A. Schaser, eds. Gendering historiography: beyond national canons. Campus-Verl., pp. 163-177.

Paletschek, S. & Schraut, S. (2008). Introduction: Gender and memory culture in Europe Female representations in historical perspective”, in S. Paletschek & S. Schraut, eds. The gender of memory: cultures of remembrance in nineteenth- and twentieth century Europe. Campus, pp. 7-28.

Paletschek, S. & Schraut, S. (2008). “Remembrance and gender Making gender visible and inscribing women into memory culture”, in S. Paletschek & S. Schraut, eds. The gender of memory: cultures of remembrance in nineteenth- and twentieth century Europe. Campus, pp. 7-28.

Paletschek, S. (2007). Die Geschichte der Historikerinnen Zum Verhältnis von Historiografiegeschichte und Geschlecht”Freiburger Frauenstudien, No. 20, pp. 27-49.

Paletschek, S., Claus, R., Taubmann, C., Schinzel, B. & Schraut, S. (2007). “Wie kommt Geschichte ins Netz? Das Internet als Präsentationsmedium für eine geschlechtersensible Erinnerungskultur – Erfahrungen eines interdisziplinären Seminars”. Freiburger Universitätsblätter, No. 177, pp. 89-99.

Pérez Samper, M. A. (2015). “La cocina y la mesa: deber y placer de las mujeres”. La Aljaba: Segunda Época, Revista de Estudios de la Mujer, No. 19, pp. 17-36.

Pérez Samper, M. A. (2013). “Princesas en camino”. Estudis: Revista de historia moderna, No. 39, pp. 9-42.

Rosenfeld, S. (2015). “‘Europe,’ Women, and the American Political Imaginary: The 1790s and the 1990s”. Journal of the Early Republic, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 271-277.

Sánchez, M. (1993). “Confession and complicity: Margarita de Austria, Richard Haller, S. J. and the court of Philip III”Cuadernos de historia moderna, No. 14, pp. 133-138.

Scott, J. W. (2012). “The Vexed Relationship of Emancipation and Equality”History of the Present, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 148-168.

Scott, J. W. (2011-2012). “The Provocations of Enduring Friendship”Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 28-39.

Scott, J. W. (2008). “Unanswered Questions”American Historical Review, Vol. 113, No. 5, pp. 1422-1430.

Scott, J. W. (2004). “Feminism’s History”Journal of Women’s History, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 10-29.

Woolf, D. (1997). “A Feminine Past? Gender, Genre, and Historical Knowledge in England, 1500-1800”The American Historical Review, Vol. 102, No. 3, pp. 645-647.

5.4. Cultural and Intellectual History

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2006). “De la cultura animi a la cultura como hábito: De cómo la cultura llegó a ser lo que es hoy”Rocinante, No. 2, pp. 29-44.

Armitage, D. (2019). “Fighting Words? A Reply to My Critics”. Global Intellectual History, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 334-46.

Armitage, D. (2014). “The International Turn in Intellectual History”, in D. M. McMahon & S. Moyn, eds. Rethinking Modern European Intellectual History. Oxford University Press, pp. 232-252.

Armitage, D. (2012). “What’s the Big Idea? Intellectual History and the Longue Durée”. History of European Ideas, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 493-507.

Armitage, D. (2012). “Historia intelectual y longue durée. ‘Guerra civil’ en perspectiva histórica”. Ariadna histórica. Lenguajes, conceptos, metáforas, No. 1, pp. 15-39.

Armitage, D. (2004). “The Fifty Years’ Rift: Intellectual History and International Relations”. Modern Intellectual History, Vol. 1, No. pp. 97–109.

Armitage, D. (1999). “Answering the Call: The History of Political and Social Concepts in English”. History of European Ideas, Vol. 25, No. 1-2, pp. 15-22.

Armitage, D. (1999). “Greater Britain: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis?”. American Historical Review, No. 104, pp. 427-445.

Black, J. (1996). “Italy and the Grand Tour: The British Experience in the Eighteenth Century”. Annali d’Italianistica, Vol. 14, pp. 532-541.

Black, J. (1991). “On the Grand Tour in 1771-1773”. The Yale University Library Gazette, Vol. 66, No. 1/2, pp. 33-46.

Bourke, R. (2018). “What is Conservatism? History, Ideology and Party”. European Journal of Political Theory, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 449-475.

Bourke, R. (2011). “Languages of Conflict and the Northern Ireland Troubles”. The Journal of Modern History, Vol. 83, No. 3, pp. 544-578.

Bourke, R. (2008). “Enlightenment, Revolution and Democracy”. Constellations, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 10-32.

Bourke, R. (2000). “Liberty, Authority, and Trust in Burke’s Idea of Empire”. Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 61, No. 3, pp. 453-471.

Burke, P. (1998). “From Cultural History to Histories of Cultures”Memoria y civilización: anuario de historia de la Universidad de Navarra, No. 1, pp. 7-24.

Burucúa, J. E. (2020). “Como un pájaro, la esperanza revolotea. Notas para una historia estética de la esperanza en Occidente”.

Cal Montoya, J. E. (2005). “La Historia Cultural en Guatemala: un itinerario por recorrer. Reflexiones historiográficas”. Diálogos: Revista electrónica de historia, Vol. 6, No. 2.

Chartier, R. (2014). “La historia de la lectura en América Latina vista desde Francia”. Magallanica: revista de historia moderna, No. 1, pp. 20-25.

Chartier, R. (2010). “Aprender a leer, leer para aprender”. Nuevo mundo, mundos nuevos, No. 10.

Chartier, R. (2006). “Materialidad del texto, textualidad del libro”. Orbis Tertius: revista de teoría y crítica literaria, No. 12.

Chinchilla Pawling, P. (2018). “Las formas discursivas: una propuesta metodológica”, in P. Chinchilla Pawling, dir. Lexicón de formas discursivas cultivadas por la Compañía de Jesús. Universidad Iberoamericana, pp. 19-34.

Chinchilla Pawling, P. (2018). “Las formas discursivas y la propuesta de Roger Chartier: la inclusión en un modelo”, in P. Chinchilla Pawling, dir. Lexicón de formas discursivas cultivadas por la Compañía de Jesús. Universidad Iberoamericana, pp. 35-53.

Chinchilla Pawling, P. (2014). “Del Ars a la Monumenta: entre ciencia y amplificación”, in P. Chinchilla, A. Mendiola & M. M. Morales, coords. Del Ars Historica a la Monumenta Historica: la historia restaurada. Universidad Iberoamericana, pp. 157-187.

Darnton, R. (2015). “The Demand for Literature in France, 1769– 1789, and the Launching of a Digital Archive”The Journal of Modern History, Vol. 87, No. 3, pp. 509-531.

Darnton, R. (2013). “Blogging, Now and Then (250 Years Ago)”European Romantic Review, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 255-270.

Darnton, R. (2012). “Digitize, Democratize: Libraries and the Future of Books”Columbia Journal of Law & The Arts, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 1-19.

Darnton, R. (2007). “What is the history of books? Revisited”Modern Intellectual History, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 495-508.

Darnton, R. (1982). “Work and Culture in an Eighteenth-Century Printing Shop”The Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 34-47.

Darnton, R. (1982). “What is the History of Books?”Daedalus, Vol. 111, No. 3, pp. 65-83.

Darnton, R. (1973). “The Encyclopedie Wars of Prerevolutionary France”The American Historical Review, Vol. 78, No. 5, pp. 1331-1352.

Devji, F. (2018). “Secular Islam”. Political Theology.

Devji, F. (2010). “Morality in the Shadow of Politics”. Modern Intellectual History, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 373-390.

Devji, F. (2009). “The Terrorist as Humanitarian”. Social Analysis, Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 173-192.

Devji, F. (2008). “Militant Islam and the West”., pp. 25-27.

Devji, F. (2007). “Apologetic Modernity”. Modern Intellectual History, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 61-76.

Devji, F. (2005). “Spectral Brothers: al-Qaida’s World Wide Web”. Open Democracy.

Duara, P. (2010). “Asia Redux: Conceptualizing a Region for Our Times”. The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 69, No. 4, pp. 963–983.

Eley, G. (1996). “Modernity at the Limit: Rethinking German Exceptionalism Before 1914”New Formations, No. 28, pp. 21-45.

Eley, G. (1995). “What is Cultural History?”New German Critique, No. 65, pp. 19-36.

Fernández Albadalejo, P. (2009). “Entre la Razón Católica y la Razón de Estado: Senderos de la Raison Politique en la Monarquía Española”Transitions: Journal of Franco-Iberian Studies, No. 5, pp. 97-116.

Gaskell, I. (2019). “Concord Migrations”, in C. Holtorf, A. Pantazatos & G. Scarre, eds. Cultural Heritage, Ethics and Contemporary Migrations. Routledge, pp. 89-109.

Gaskell, I. (2018). “History of things”, in M. Tamm & P. Burke, eds. Debating New Approaches to History. Bloomsbury, pp. 217-246.

Guereña, J.-L. (2015). “El estudio del profesorado universitario en la historia contemporánea”. Historia y Memoria de la Educación, no. 1, pp. 395-417.

Guereña, J.-L. & Tiana Ferrer, A. (2001). “Lecturas en medios de populares: del discurso a las prácticas”. Historia de la educación: Revista interuniversitaria, no. 20, pp. 25-39.

Hollander, J. (2012). “Historicism, Hermeneutics, Second Order Observation: Luhmann Observed by a Historian”, in A. López-Varela, ed. Social Sciences and Cultural Studies – Issues of Language, Public Opinion, Education and Welfare. Intech Open Access, pp. 39-58.

Hon, T. (2014). “The Chinese Path to Modernization: Discussions of ‘Culture’ and ‘Morality’ in Republican China”. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 211-228.

Houdard, S. (2015). “De quelques trahisons involontaires du passé. Fonctionnement et interprétation du lapsus”. Les Dossiers du Grihl.

Huang, C.-C. (2003). “A New Perspective in the History of East Asian Confucianism: Some Reflections on Confucian Hermeneutics”Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 235-260.

Kwiatkowski, N. (2014). “Representaciones de la destrucción de Magdeburgo en 1631: entre el conflicto abierto y la condena de la guerra”. Tiempos modernos: Revista Electrónica de Historia Moderna, Vol. 8, No. 28, 44 pp.

Lisboa, J. L. (1999). “Le statut du gazetier dans le Portugal de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle”, in P. Rétat & H. Duranton, eds. Gazettes et information politique sous l’Ancien Régime. Publications de l’Université de Saint-Étienne, pp. 77-85.

Lisboa, J. L. & Amado, T. (1984). “Moral y Politica en Para la Paz Perpetua de Kant”. Pensamiento, Vol. 40,No. 160, pp. 431-457.

Lorenz, C. (2010). “Representations of Identity: Ethnicity, Race, Class, Gender and Religion. An Introduction to Conceptual History”, in S. Berger & C. Lorenz, eds. The Contested Nation. Ethnicity, Religion, Class and Gender in National Histories. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 24-60.

Lorenz, C. (2007). “Won’t you tell me where have all the good times gone? On the advantages and disadvantages of modernization theory for history”, in Q. E. Wang & F. Fillafer, eds. The Many Faces of Clio: Cross-cultural Approaches to Historiography. Berghahn Books, pp. 104-127.

Mastrogregori, M. (2011). Breve storia dell’ideologia occidentale. Casa Editrice Marietti.

Mendiola, A. (2014). “La amplificatio en el género epidíctico del siglo XVI”. Historia y grafía, No. 43, pp. 103-125.

Mendiola, A. (2005). “Hacia una teoría de la observación de observaciones: la historia cultural”. Historias. Revista de la Dirección de Estudios Históricos, No. 60, pp. 19-36.

Minuti, R. (2010). “L’Orient dans le Tableau  de Condorcet. Notes des lecture”, in B. Binoche, ed. Nouvelles Lectures du Tableau historique de Condorcet. Presses de l’Université Laval, pp. 171-198.

Morley, N. (2010). “Ancient and Modern”. (Inaugural Lecture given in the University of Bristol, 20th January 2010).

Munslow, A. (1988). “Andrew Carnegie and the Discourse of Cultural Hegemony”Journal of American Studies, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 213-224.

Nirenberg, D. (2010). “Shakespeare’s Jewish Questions”Renaissance Drama, No. 38, pp. 77-113.

Nirenberg, D. (2007). “The Politics of Love and its Enemies”. Critical Inquiry, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 573-605.

Ober, J. (2009). “After Cultural Studies: When the State Has Not Withered Away”. Republics of Letters: A Journal for the Study of Knowledge, Politics, and the Arts, Vol. 1, No. 1.

Pagano, N. (2016). “Una conmemoración de la declaración de la independencia argentina: el Congreso Americano de Ciencias Sociales (1916)”. Pasado Abierto. Revista del CEHis, No. 4. pp. 6-22.

Palos, J. L. (2000). “El testimonio de las imágenes”Pedralbes. Revista d’Història Moderna, Vol. 20, pp. 127-142.

Palti, E. J. (2011). “Reinhart Koselleck: His Concept of the Concept and Neo-Kantianism”. Contributions to the History of Concepts, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 1-20.

Payne, S. (2010). “La democracia poco democrática”. Cuadernos de pensamiento político, No. 28, pp. 175-186.

Payne, S. (1993). “Fascismo, Modernismo e Modernizaçao”. Penélope: revista de história e ciências sociais, No. 11, pp. 85-102.

Pérez Samper, M. A. (2011). “La imagen de la monarquía española en el siglo XVIII”. Obradoiro de historia moderna, No. 20, pp. 105-139.

Poirrier, P. (2009). “Le patrimoine: un objet pour l’histoire culturelle du contemporain? Jalons pour une perspective historiographique”, in S. Boudia, A. Rasmussen & S. Soubiran, dirs. Patrimoine et communautés savantes. Pur, pp. 47-59.

Poirrier, P. (2008). “L’histoire culturelle en France: Une histoire sociale des représentations”, in P. Poirrier, dir. L’Histoire culturelle: un “tournant mondial” dans l’historiographie? (Postface by Roger Chartier). Editions universitaires de Dijon, pp. 27-39.

Poirrier, P. (2007). “L’histoire culturelle en France. Retour sur trois itinéraires: Alain Corbin, Roger Chartier et Jean-François Sirinelli”Cahiers d’Histoire, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 49-59.

Prochasson, C. (2018). “Passé et avenir de l’utopie chez François Furet”. Lecture delivered at the Maison franco-japonaise, Tokyo, 10-12-2018.

Prochasson, C. (2015). “Savoirs ordinaires et savoirs savants chez les historiens. Alliances, concurrences et exclusions”, in B. Walliser, dir. La distinction des savoirs. Éditions de l’Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, pp. 83-10.

Prochasson, C. (2013). “Les intellectuels français et la Grande Guerre. Les nouvelles formes de l’engagement”. Original French text, published in Spanish translation as “Los intelectuales franceses y la Gran Guerra: las nuevas formas del compromiso”. Ayer, No. 91, pp. 33-62.

Prochasson, C. (2009). “Amitiés politiques et politiques de l’amitié”. Original French text, published in Spanish translation as “Amistades políticas y políticas de la amistad”, in J. Canal & J. Moreno Luzón, eds. Historia cultural de la politica contemporanea. Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, pp. 217-241.

Roberts, A. (2020). “Why We Must Teach Western Civilization”. National Review, April 30, 2020. (May 18, 2020, Issue).

Roberts, A. (2018). “Walking With Destinty”. 1st Lehrman Churchill Lecture, New-York Historical Society, Tuesday 16th January 2018.

Rodríguez, M. & Pagano, N. (2005). “Las polémicas historiográficas en el marco de la profesionalización y consolidación de la disciplina histórica”. Estudios Sociales, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 35-47. 

Rosenfeld, S. (2019). “The French Revolution in Cultural History”. Journal of Social History, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 555-565.

Rosenfeld, S. (2018). “Of Revolutions and the Problem of Choice”, in D. Bell & Y. Mintzer, eds. Rethinking the Age of Revolutions: France and the Birth of the Modern World. Oxford University Press, pp. 236-272.

Rosenfeld, S. (2016). “On Lying: Writing Philosophical History after the Enlightenment and after Arendt”, in J. Isaac et al., eds. The Worlds of American Intellectual History, eds. Oxford University Press, pp. 228-236.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014). “L’Europe des cosmopolites: quand le XVIIIe siècle rencontre le XXIe”, in A. Lilti & C. Spector, eds. Penser l’Europe au XVIIIe siècle: commerce, civilization, empire. Voltaire Foundation, pp. 203-228.

Rosenfeld, S. (2011). “On Being Heard: A Case for Paying Attention to the Historical Ear”. The American Historical Review, No. 116, pp. 316-334.

Rosenfeld, S. (2008). “Tom Paine’s Common Sense and Ours”. William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 65, No. 4, pp. 633-668.

Rosenfeld, S. (2008). “Before Democracy: The Production and Uses of Common Sense”. Journal of Modern History, Vol. 80, No. 1, pp. 1-54.

Rosenfeld, S. (2005). “The Political Uses of Sign Language: The Case of the French Revolution”. Sign Language Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 17-37.

Rosenfeld, S. (2001). “Writing the History of Censorship in the Age of Enlightenment”, in D. Gordon, ed. Postmodernism and the Enlightenment: New Perspectives in Eighteenth-Century French Intellectual History. Routledge, pp. 117-145.

Sánchez-Marcos, F. (2008). “Capítulos de historia de la cultura”, in VV. AA. Manual de Historia Moderna. Editorial Ariel. [Chapters: “El saber y su transmisión”, “La evolución cultural en los inicios de la Europa moderna: el Renacimiento”, “La expansión del conocimiento y la evolución cultural en el siglo XVI”, “La cultura en el siglo del Barroco”, “La revolución intelectual y científica”, “La ilustración y el enciclopedismo” and “Variantes nacionales y límites de la ilustración”].

Savelieva, I. (2013). “Cultural History: Disciplinary Borderlands in the Time of Border-Scrapping”National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Sivasundaram, S. (2004). “Redeeming Memory: the martyrdoms of Captain James Cook and Reverend John Williams”, in G. Williams, ed. Captain Cook: Explorations and Reassessments. Boydell & Brewer, Boydell Press, pp. 201-229.

Skodo, A. (2014). “The Self, Ideology, and Logic. F. C. S. Schiller’s Pragmatist Critique of and Alternative to Formal Logic”, in A. Skodo, ed. Other Logics. Alternatives to Formal Logic in the History of Thought and Contemporary Philosophy. Brill, pp. 32-50.

Skodo, A. (2013). “Analytical Philosophy and the Philosophy of Intellectual History: A Critical Comparison and Interpretation”Journal of the Philosophy of History, No. 7, pp. 137-161.

Skodo, A. (2010). “Fernand Braudel and the Concept of the Person”Historisk Tidskrift, No. 4, pp. 715-736.

Svenungsson, J. (2014). “Notes on a Tragedy: Freud on the Great War”. Conference paper, Theologies and the Great War, Winchester, 2014.

Svenungsson, J. (2011). “Enlightened Prejudices: Anti-Jewish Tropes in Modern Philosophy”, in A. Ers & H. Ruin, eds. Conceptualizing History: Essays on History, Memory and Representation. Södertörn University, pp. 279-290.

Thapar, R. (2010). “Is secularism alien to Indian civilization?”, in A. Singh & S. Mohapatra, eds. Indian Political Thought: A Reader. Routledge.

Thapar, R. (1996). “The Theory of Aryan Race and India: History and Politics”. Social Scientist, Vol. 24, No. 1/3, pp. 3-29.

Thurner, M. (2009). “The As-If of the Book of Kings: Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo’s Colonial Poetics of History”Latin American Research Review, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 32-57.

Urquízar, A. (2001). Historiadores y pintores: historia de la historiografía de la pintura del siglo XVI en Córdoba. Diputación de Córdoba, Delegación de Cultura.

Walton, J. (2009). “Balnearios marítimos, turismo de playa y espacios del ocio: España y México, siglos XIX y XX”, in C. Contreras Cruz & C. P. Pardo Hernández, eds. La modernización urbana en México y España, siglos XIX y XX. Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, pp. 493-511.

Walton, J. (2008). “Whitby: a Seaside Resort from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century”. (Unpublished English version of the article “Whitby: une station balnéaire, du XVIIIe au XXe siecle” in Y. Perret-Gentil, A. Lottin & J.-P. Poussu, eds. les villes balnéaires d’Europe occidentale du XVIIIe siecle a nos jours. Presses de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne).

Wasserman, F. (2019). “Hacia una historia conceptual de revolución”, in F. Wasserman, comp. El mundo en movimiento. El concepto de revolución en Iberoamérica y el Atlántico norte (siglos XVII-XX). Miño Dávila, pp. 11-26.

Wood, G. (1999). “The Origins of American Democracy, or How the People Became Judges in Their Own Causes”. Cleveland State Law Review, Vol. 47, pp. 309-322.

Wood, G. (1992). “The Greatness of George Washington”. The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 68, No. 2, pp. 189-207.

Wood, G. (1966). “Rhetoric and Reality in the American Revolution”. The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 3-32.

Zhang, L. (2016). “Comparison and Correspondence: Revisiting an Old Idea for the Present Time”. Comparative Literature Studies, Vol. 53, No. 4, pp. 766-785.

Zhang, L. (2015). “Cross-Cultural Translatability: Challenges and Prospects”. European Review, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 369-78.

Zhang, L. (2013). “Crossroads, Distant Killing, and Translation: On the Ethics and Politics of Comparison”, in R. Felski, & F. Stanford Friedman, eds. Comparison: Theories, Approaches, Uses. The Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 46-63.

Zhang, L. (2010). “The Complexity of Difference: Individual, Cultural, and Cross-Cultural”. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Vol. 35, No. 3-4, pp. 341-52.

Zhang, L. (1988). “The Myth of the Other: China in the Eyes of the West”. Critical Inquiry, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 108-131.

5.5. History and Religious Experience

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2004). “Sobre las raíces católicas de la decristianización”Rocinante, No. 1, pp. 13-56.

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2002). “Nazismo, antisemitismo y jerarquía eclesiástica española”, in E. Romero, ed. Judaísmo hispano: Estudios en memoria de José Luis Lacave Riaño. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, pp. 849-869.

Andrés-Gallego, J. (2000). “La publicación de la Mit brennender Sorge en España”, in Homenaje a D. José Luis Comellas. Sevilla: Universidad de Sevilla, pp. 257-272.

Andrés-Gallego, J. (1984). Pensamiento y acción social de la Iglesia en España. Espasa-Calpe. [Also edited in La Iglesia en España: Textos históricos. Fundación Histórica Tavera, 2000].

Bashir, S. (2020). “The Living Dead of Tabriz: Explorations in Chronotopic Imagination”. History of Religions, Vol. 59, No. 3, pp. 169-192.

Bashir, S. (2018). “Everlasting Doubt: Uncertainty in Islamic Representations of the Past”. Archiv für Religionsgeschichte, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 25-44.

Bashir, S. (2018). “Timely Disguises: Fantasizing Civility on the Frontier Between India and Europe”, in S. Akbar Hyder & M. Bhagavan, eds. Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. Primus Books, pp. 49-67.

Bashir, S. (2018). “Naqshband’s Lives: Sufi Hagiography between Manuscripts and Genre”, in D. DeWeese & J.-A. Gross, eds. Sufism in Central Asia: New Perspectives on Sufi Traditions, 15th to 21st Centuries. Brill, pp. 75-97.

Bashir, S. (2015). “A Perso-Islamic Universal Chronicle in Its Historical Context: Ghiyas al-Din Khwandamir’s Habib al-siyar”, in J. Rüpke, S. Rau & B.-C. Otto, ed. Historiography and Religion. Walter de Gruyter, pp. 207-223.

Chen, Hui-Hung (2018). “Shaping the Anthropological Context of the ‘Salus populi Sinensis’ Madonna Icon in Xian, China”, in J. Cañizares-Esguerra, R. Aleksander Maryks & R. Po-Chia Hsia, eds. Encounters between Jesuits and Protestants in Asia and the Americas. Brill, pp. 90-116.

Chen, Hui-Hung (2009). “Chinese Perception of European Perspective: A Jesuit Case in the Seventeenth Century”. The Seventeenth Century, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 97-128.

De Vicente, F. J. (2012). “El catolicismo liberal en la historia de la Iglesia”, in El catolicismo liberal en España. Ediciones Encuentro, pp. 15-46.

Devji, F. (2020). “Changing Places: Religion and Minority in Pakistan”. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies.

Devji, F. (2010). “The Language of Muslim Universality”. Diogenes, No. 226, pp. 35-49.

Fasolt, C. (2011). “Respect for the Word: What Calvin and Wittgenstein Had Against Images”, in A. Nelson, ed. John Calvin, Myth and Reality: Images and Impact of Geneva’s Reformer. Papers of the 2009 Calvin Studies Society Colloquium. Cascade Books, pp. 165-190.

Fasolt, C. (2008). “Hegel’s Ghost: Europe, the Reformation, and the Middle Ages”Viator, No. 39, pp. 345-386.

Fasolt, C. (2006). “History and Religion in the Modern Age”History and Theory, Theme Issue, No. 45, pp. 10-26.

Ginzburg, C. (2010). “Mircea Eliade’s Ambivalent Legacy”, in C. K. Wedemeyer & W. Doniger, eds. Hermeneutics, Politics, and the History of Religions. The Contested Legacies of  Joachim Wach &  Mircea Eliade. Oxford University Press, pp. 307-323.

Gomez, M. A. (2013). “Africans, Religion, and African Religion Through the Nineteenth Century”. Journal of Africana Religions, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 78-90.

Minuti, R. (2009). “Comparatism, Asiatic religions and ideas of tolerance in early XVIIIth century European culture”Sogang Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 17, pp. 95-122.

Minuti, R. (2007). “L’image de l’Islam dans les œuvres historiques de Sismondi”, in Actes du colloque international ‘Le  groupe de coppet et l’histoire’ (VIIIe Colloque de Coppet, Château de Coppet 6-8 juillet 2006)Annales Benjamin Constant, Vol. 31-32, pp. 367-393.

Mitre, E. (2014). “Los espacios del Más Allá”, in E. López, coord. De la tierra al cielo. Ubi sunt qui ante nos in hoc mundo fuere? Instituto de Estudios Riojanos, pp. 31-74.

Nirenberg, D. (2018). “Which Past for which Present? A Reply to Carlo Ginzburg’s ‘Postface’ on Anti-Judaism”, in J. Adams & C. Heß, eds. The Medieval Roots of Antisemitism: Continuities and Discontinuities from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. Routledge, pp. 438-55.

Nirenberg, D. (2016). “What is Islam? (What is Christianity? What is Judaism?)”Raritan, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 1-14.

Nirenberg, D. & L. Capezzone (2015). “Religions of Love: Judaism, Christianity, Islam”, in Stroumsa & Silverstein, eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Abrahamic Religions. Oxford University Press, pp. 518-535.

Nirenberg, D. (2010). “Islam and the West: Two Dialectical Fantasies”. Journal of Religion in Europe, No. 1, 2008, pp. 1-33. [Reprinted in D. Westerlund & I. Svanberg, eds. Islam and the West: Critical Concepts in Islamic Studies, 4 vols. Routledge, 2010, vol. 4, pp. 249-275.

Nirenberg, D. (2009). “Christendom and Islam”, in M. Rubin & W. Simons, eds. The Cambridge History of Christianity: Christianity in Western Europe c. 1100-c. 1500. Cambridge University Press, pp. 149-169.

Nirenberg, D. (2009). “Was there Race before Modernity? The Example of ‘Jewish’ Blood in Late Medieval Spain”, in M. Eliav-Feldon, et al., eds. The Origins of Racism in the West. Cambridge University Press, pp. 232-264.

Nirenberg, D. (2008). “A Brief History of Jewish Enmity”, in M. Kupfer, ed. The Passion Story: From Visual Representation to Social Drama. Penn State University Press, pp. 217-234, 259-263.

Nirenberg, D. (2007). “Deviant Politics and Jewish Love: Alfonso VIII and the Jewess of Toledo”. Jewish History, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 15-41.

Nirenberg, D. (2006). “What Benedict Really Said: Paleologus and Us”. The New Republic, 10 October 2006, pp. 21-24.

Nirenberg, D. (2002). “Conversion, Sex, and Segregation: Jews and Christians in Medieval Spain”. American Historical Review, Vol. 107, No. 4, pp. 1065-1093.

Nirenberg, D. (2002). “Mass Conversion and Genealogical Mentalities: Jews and Christians in Fifteenth-Century Spain”. Past and Present, Vol. 174. No. 1, pp. 3-41.

Nirenberg, D. (2001). “Muslims in Christian Iberia, 1000-1526: Varieties of Mudejar Experience”, in P. Linehan & J. L. Nelson, eds. The Medieval World. Routledge, pp. 60-76.

Nirenberg, D. (1999). “Violencia, memoria y convivencia: los judíos en la Iberia Medieval”. Memoria y Civilización, No. 2, pp. 31-53.

Nirenberg, D. (1995). “Les juifs, la violence, et le sacré”. Annales: HSS, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 109-131.

Palos, J. L. (1983). “El protestantisme a Catalunya”L’Avenç. Revista catala d’història, Vol. 58, pp. 14-19.

Sivasundaram, S. (2010). “A Global History of Science and Religion”, in G. Cantor, T. Dixon & S. Pumpfrey, eds. Science and Religion: New Historical Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, pp. 177-197.

Sivasundaram, S. (2007). “‘A Christian Benares’ Orientalism, science and the Serampore Mission of Bengal”. The Indian Economic and Social History Review, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 111-145.

Svenungsson, J. (2014). “A Secular Utopia: Remark on the Löwith–Blumenberg Debate”, in E. Namli, J. Svenungsson & A. Vincent, eds. Jewish Thought, Utopia and Revolution. Rodopi, pp. 69-84.

Svenungsson, J. (2010). “Wrestling with Angels: Or How to Avoid Decisionist Messianic Romances”International Journal of Zizek Studies, Vol. 4, No. 4.

Svenungsson, J. (2010). “Tradition and Transformation: Towards a Messianic Critique of Religion”, in J. Bornemark & H. Ruin, eds. Phenomenology and Religion: New Frontiers. Södertörn University, pp. 205-222.

Zhang, L. (1995). “Revolutionary as Christ: The Unrecognized Savior in Lu Xun’s Works”. Christianity and Literature, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 81-93.

5.6. Political and Institutional History

Armitage, D. (2020). “Cosmopolitanism and Civil War”, in J.-P. Rubiés & N. Safier, eds. Cosmopolitanism and the Enlightenment. Cambridge University Press.

Armitage, D. (2018). “We Have Always Been Federal”, in R. Schütze & S. Tierney, eds. The United Kingdom and the Federal Idea. Hart Publishing, pp. 277-84.

Armitage, D. (2017). “On the Genealogy of Quarrels”. Critical Analysis of Law, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 179-89.

Armitage, D. (2017). “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.

Armitage, D. (2017). “Three Narratives of Civil War: Recurrence, Remembrance and Reform from Sulla to Syria”, in K. Deslands, F. Mourlon & B. Tribout, eds. Civil War and Narrative: Testimony, Historiography, Memory. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-18.

Armitage, D. (2015). “Civil Wars, from Beginning… to End?”. American Historical Review, Vol. 120, No. 5, pp. 1829-37.

Armitage, D. (2013). “Declaraciones de independencia 1776-2011. Del derecho natural al derecho internacional”, in A. Ávila, J. Dym & E. Pani, eds. Las declaraciones de Independencia. Los textos fundamentales de las independencias americanas. El Colegio de México-UNAM, pp. 19-40.

Armitage, D. (2007). “From Colonial History to Postcolonial History: A Turn Too Far?”. William & Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 64, pp. 251-254.

Armitage, D. (2007). “The Elephant and the Whale: Empires of Land and Sea”. Journal for Maritime Research, Vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 23-36.

Armitage, D. (2005). “The Contagion of Sovereignty: Declarations of Independence since 1776”. South African Historical Journal, No. 52, pp. 1-18.

Armitage, D. (1997). “Making the Empire British: Scotland in the Atlantic World, 1542-1707”. Past and Present, No. 155, pp. 34-63.

Bourke, R. (2017). “Inventing Democracy: Participation in Political Thought”. University of Vienna. 9th Gerald Stourzh Lecture on the History of Human Rights and Democracy. Held on 10 May 2017.

Bourke, R. (2016). “Reflections on the Political Thought of the Irish Revolution”. Read on 9 September 2016 at the University of Teesside.

Bourke, R. (2009). “Theory and Practice: the Revolution in Political Judgement”, in R. Bourke & R. Geuss, eds. Political Judgement. Cambridge University Press, pp. 74-112.

Bourke, R. (2007). “Edmund Burke and the Politics of Conquest”. Modern Intellectual History, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 403–432.

Devji, F. (2014). “Politics After Al-Qaeda”. Philosophy and Social Criticism, Vol. 40, No. 4-5, pp. 431–438.

Devji, F. (2014). “Politics Without Paternity”. Seminar 662, pp. 18-24.

Devji, F. (2013). “Jinnah and the Theatre of Politics”. Asiatische Studien, Vol. 67, No. 4, pp. 1179-1204.

Entin, G. (2018). “Catholic Republicanism: The Creation of the Spanish American Republics During Revolution”. Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 105-123.

Guerra Vilaboy, S. (2016). “Las revoluciones latinoamericanas del siglo XX desde la historia comparada”. Semata: Ciencias sociais e humanidades, Vol. 28, No. 28, pp. 299-319.

Guerra Vilaboy, S. (2011). “El dilema de la independencia latinoamericana”. Revista História: Debates e Tendências, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 266-280.

Kennedy, P. (2010). “A Time to Appease”. The National Interest, No. 108, pp. 7-17,

Kennedy, P. (1989). “The Costs and Benefits of British Imperialism 1846-1914”. Past & Present, No. 125, pp. 186-192.

Kennedy, P. (1988). “The Influence and the Limitations of Sea Power”. The International History Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 2-17.

Martínez Lacy, J. R. (2019-2020). “Interpretación de algunos tratados relacionados con las dos primeras guerras macedonias”. Interpretatio. Revista de Hermenéutica, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 37-46.

Molas Ribalta, P. (2006). “Austria en la orden del Toisón de Oro, siglos XVI-XVII”. Pedralbes: Revista d’historia moderna, No. 26, pp. 123-152.

Molas Ribalta, P. (2001). “Noblesa absentista i retòrica catalana”. Butlletí de la Societat Catalana d’Estudis Històrics, No. 12, pp. 27-44.

Nirenberg, D. (1997. “The Visigothic Conversion to Catholicism: Third Council of Toledo”, in O. Remie Constable, ed. Medieval Iberia: Readings from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Sources. University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 12-20.

Nirenberg, D. (1991). “A Female Rabbi in Fourteenth Century Zaragoza?”. Sefarad, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 179-182.

Ober, J. (2019). “What Did Democracy Mean to Greek Democrats?”. Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 73-82.

Ober, J. & Manville, B. (2019). “In Search of Democracy 4.0. Is Democracy as We Know It Destined to Die?”. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, March 2019, pp. 32-42.

Palti, E. J. (2010). “¿De la tradición a la modernidad? Revisionismo e historia político-conceptual de las revoluciones de Independencia”, in G. Leyva et al., coords. Independencia y revolución: pasado, presente y futuro. Fondo de Cultura Económica / Universidad Autónoma de México, pp. 174-190.

Payne, S. (2003). “Los Estados Unidos y España: Percepciones, imágenes e intereses”. Cuadernos de historia contemporánea, No. 25, pp. 155-167.

Peiró, I. (2015). “La gran guerra de los historiadores: la encuesta francesa de Alfred Morel-Fatio sobre la neutralidad, la beligerancia y el pacifismo de los intelectuales españoles”, in Y. Gamarra Chopo & C. R. Fernández Liesa, eds. Los orígenes modernos del Derecho internacional. Estudios conmemorativos del centenario de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Institución Fernando el Católico, pp. 71-126.

Satia, P. (2019). “What Guns Meant in Eighteenth-Century Britain”. Palgrave Communications, Vol. 5, No. 104, pp. 1-6.

Verhoeven, C. (2010). “Time of Terror, Terror of Time: On the Impatience of Russian Revolutionary Terrorism”. Special Issue of Jahrbücher für die Geschichte Osteuropas: “Terrorism in Imperial Russia: New Perspectives”, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 254-273.

Wood, G. (2007). “The Localization of Authority in the 17th-Century English Colonies”. Historically Speaking, Vol. 8, No. 6, pp. 2-5.

5.7. Social History

Black, J. (2020). “Military History. Some Introductions Designed to Begin a Debate”. Nuova Antologia Militare Rivista interdisciplinare della Società Italiana di Storia Militare, Quaderni NAM, 165 pp.

Black, J. (2007). “Why Teach Military History?”. Foreign Policy Research Institute FOOTNOTES, Vol. 12, No. 24.

Black, J. (2005). “War and International Relations: A Military-Historical Perspective on Force and Legitimacy”. Review of International Studies, Vol. 31, pp. 127-142.

Black, J. (1998). “Warfare and the State, 1450–1900”, in J. Black. War and the World: Military Power and the Fate of Continents, 1450-2000. Yale University Press, pp. 203-231.

Dikötter, F. (1998). “Race Culture: Recent Perspectives on the History of Eugenics”. The American Historical Review, Vol. 103, No. 2, pp. 467–478.

Guereña, J.-L. (2017). “La prostitución en España en 1925 según los informes de Paul Kinsie para la sociedad de naciones”. Diálogos: Revista electrónica de historia, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 140-159.

Martínez Lacy, J. R. (2018). “Esclavitud antigua e ideología moderna de Moses Finley a treinta y cinco años después”, in J. Cortadella, O. Olesti Vila & C. Sierra Martín, eds. Lo viejo y lo nuevo en las sociedades antiguas: homenaje a Alberto Prieto. XXXVI Coloquio del GIREA. Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté, pp. 599-604.

Molas Ribalta, P. (2009). “Vida cotidiana en la Guerra de Sucesión”. Cuadernos de Historia Moderna, No. 8, pp. 229-239.

Nirenberg, D. (2003). “The Birth of the Pariah: Jews, Christian Dualism, and Social Science”. Social Research, Vol. 70, No. 1, pp. 201-236.

Pérez Samper, M. A. (2015). “Entre el paraíso de la abundancia y el infierno del hambre: mitos y realidades”. Cuadernos de historia moderna, No. 14 (Anejo XIV), pp. 173-196.

Pérez Samper, M. A. (2009). “La historia de la historia de la alimentación”. Chronica nova: Revista de historia moderna de la Universidad de Granada, No. 35, pp. 105-162.

Urquízar, A. (2007). Coleccionismo y nobleza. Signos de distinción social en la Andalucía del Renacimiento. Marcial Pons.

5.8. Art History

Banús, E. (2014-2015). “La España de la Restauración, sobre la España de Cádiz. Un pequeño ejemplo: la zarzuela Cádiz”. Mercurio Peruano, No. 527-528, pp. 69-87.

Gaskell, I. (2019). “Race, Aesthetics, and Shelter: Toward a Postcolonial Historical Taxonomy of Buildings”. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 77, No. 4, pp. 379-390.

Gaskell, I. (2018). “Aesthetic Judgment and the Transcultural Apprehension of Material Things”, in J. McMahon, ed. Social Aesthetics and Moral Judgment: Pleasure, Reflection and Accountability. Routledge, pp. 161-179.

Gaskell, I. (2012). “Aesthetic Globalization and Contemporary Chinese Art”British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 1-16.

Gaskell, I. (2009). “Encountering Pacific Art”Journal of Museum Ethnography, No. 21, pp. 202-210.

Gaskell, I. (2009). “Jesus Christ as the divine mercy by Eugeniusz Kazimirowski: the most influential Polish painting of the Twentieth Century?”. Journal of the Institute of Art History of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Vol. 42, No. 1, pp. 81-91.

Nirenberg, D. (1997). “The Historical Body of Christ”, in J. Clifton, ed. The Body of Christ in the Art of Europe and New Spain, 1150-1800. Prestel Verlag, pp. 16-25.

Prochasson, C. (2013). “La musique est-elle de droite ? Socialisme et musique à la Belle Epoque”, in M. Chimènes & A.  Laederich, dir. Regards sur Debussy. Fayard, pp. 87-97.

Urquízar, A. & González García, J. L. (2017). “Sobre redes y distancias en la Edad Moderna: Arte y cultura entre España e Hispanoamérica”. Libros de la Corte, No. 5, pp. 209-214.

Urquízar, A. (2007). “La dureza y la constancia del papel. Los usos artísticos en la memoria escrita de la nobleza española de la Edad Moderna”. Trocadero: Revista de historia moderna y contemporánea, No. 19, pp. 69-93.

5.9. History of East Asia

Alvin Y. So (2015). “The Making of Hong Kong Nationalism”, in J. Kingston, ed. Asian Nationalisms Reconsidered. Routledge, pp. 135-146. [Draw version].

Chen, Hui-Hung (2014). “A Chinese Treatise Attributed to Paul Xu (1615): How the Jesuits in China Defined ‘Sacred Images’”, in S. J. Deiwiks, B. Führer & T. Geulen, eds. Europe Meets China – China Meets Europe: The Beginnings of European-Chinese Scientific Exchange in the 17th Century. Routledge, pp. 71-101.

Chen, Hui-Hung (2007). “The Human Body as a Universe: Understanding Heaven by Visualization and Sensibility in Jesuit Cartography in China”. The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 93, No. 3, pp. 517-552.

Ching, M. B. (2017). “Chinese History in China : The State of the Field (1980s-2010s)”, in M. Szonyi, ed. A Companion to Chinese History. John Wiley & Sons, pp. 28-43.

Dikötter, F. (2015). “Coping with famine in Communist China (1949–62)”. European Review of History: Revue européenne d’histoire.

Dikötter, F., Laamann, L. & Z. Xun (2002). “Narcotic Culture. A Social History of Drug Consumption in China”. The British Journal of Criminology, Vol. 42, No.  2, pp. 317–336.

Duara, P. (2008). “Historical Consciousness and National Identity”, in K. Louie, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture. Cambridge University Press, pp. 46-67.

Duara, P. (2000). “Local Worlds: The Poetics and Politics of the Native Place in Modern China”. The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 99, No. 1, pp. 13-45.

Duara, P. (1998). “The Regime of Authenticity: Timelessness, Gender, and National History in Modern China”. History and Theory, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 287-308.

Hon, T. (2015). “Radical Confucianism: The Critique of Imperial Orthodoxy in Guocui xuebao (1905‒1911)”, in B. Dessein, ed. Interpreting China as a Regional and Global Power. Palgrave Macmillian, pp. 30-43.

Hon, T. (2011). “Classical Exegesis and Social Change: The Song School of Yijing Commentaries in Late Imperial China”. Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 1-16.

Hon, T. (2010). “Hexagrams and Politics: Wang Bi’s Political Philosophy in the Zhouyi Zhu”, in A. K. L. Chan & L. Yuet-keung, eds. Philosophy and Religion in Early Medieval China. SUNY Press, pp. 71-96.

Hon, T. (2008). “From Babbitt to ‘Bai Bide’: Interpretations of New Humanism in Xueheng”, in Beyond the May Fourth Paradigm: In Search Chinese Modernity. Lexington Books, pp. 253-67.

Hon, T. (2004). “Redefining the Civil Governance: The Yichuan yizhuan of Cheng Yi”. Monumenta Serica, No. 52, pp. 199-219.

Hon, T. (2003). “Human Agency and Change: A Reading of Wang Bi’s Yijing Commentary”. Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 223-242.

Hon, T. (2000). “Eremitism, Sagehood, and Public Service: The Zhouyi kouyi of Hu Yuan”. Monumenta Serica, No. 48, pp. 67-92.

Huang, C.-C. (2006). “‘Time’ and ‘Supertime’ in Chinese Historical Thinking”, in C.-C. Huang & J. B. Henderson, eds. Notions of Time in Chinese Historical Thinking. Chinese University Press, pp. 19-42.

Huang, C.-C. & Henderson, J. B. (2006). “Introduction: Notions of Time in Chinese Historical Thinking”, in C.-C. Huang & J. B. Henderson, eds. Notions of Time in Chinese Historical Thinking. Chinese University Press, pp. ix-xvi.

Huang, C.-C. (2004). “Salient Features of Chinese Historical Thinking”The Medieval History Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 243-254.

Huang, C.-C. (2003). “A New Perspective in the History of East Asian Confucianism: Some Reflections on Confucian Hermeneutics”Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 235-260.

Huang, C.-C. (2002). “Chinese Hermeneutics as Politics, Apologetics, Pilgrimage”, in C.-C. Huang. Mencian Hermeneutics: A History of Interpretations in China. Transaction Publishers, pp. 255-267.

Huang, C.-C. (2002). “The Ch’in Unification (221 B.C.) in Chinese Historiography”, in Q. Edward Wang & G. G. Iggers, eds. Turning Points in Historiography: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. The University of Rochester Press, pp. 31-44.

Huang, C.-C. (2001). “Mencius’ Hermeneutics of Classics”Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 15-29.

Konishi, S. (2016). “Provincializing the State: Nature and Survival Politics in Post‐World War Zero Japan”, in T. Morris Suzuki, ed. New Worlds from Below. Australian National University.

Konishi, S. (2014). “The Emergence of an International Humanitarian Organization in Japan: The Tokugawa Origins of the Japanese Red Cross”. The American Historical Review, Vol. 119, No. 4, pp. 1129-1153.

Konishi, S. (2013). “Translingual World Order: Language without Culture in Post-Russo-Japanese War Japan”. The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1, pp. 91-114.

Konishi, S. (2007). “Reopening the ‘Opening of Japan’: A Russian-Japanese Revolutionary Encounter and the Vision of Anarchist Progress”. The American Historical Review, Vol. 112, No. 1, pp. 101-130.

Lim, J-H. (2008). “The Configuration of Orient and Occident in the Global Chain of National Histories: Writing National Histories in Northeast Asia”, in S. Berger, L. Eriksonas & A. Mycock, eds. Narrating the Nation: Representations in History, Media and the Arts. Berghahn Books, pp. 290-308.

Thomas, J. A. (2001). “The Cage of Nature: Modernity’s History in Japan”History and Theory, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 16-36.

Thomas, J. A. (1998). “Photography, National Identity, and the ‘Cataract of Times’: Wartime Images and the Case of Japan”The American Historical Review, Vol. 103, No. 5, pp. 1475-1501.

Wang, Q. E. (2003). “Encountering the World: China and Its Other(s) in Historical Narratives, 1949-1989”Journal of World History, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp. 327-358.

Wang, Q. E. (2000). “Between Marxism and Nationalism: Chinese historiography and the Soviet influence, 1949-1963”Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 9, No. 23, pp. 95-111.

Zhang, L. (2015). “Re-conceptualizing China in our Time: From a Chinese Perspective”. European Review, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp 193-209.
Zhang, L. (1995). “The Ambiguity of Cultural Identity: Gu Jiegang and the Rethinking of the Chinese Tradition”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, April, Washington DC. 
Zhang, L. (1992). “Western Theory and Chinese Reality”. Critical Inquiry, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 105-130.

5.10. Potcolonial and African American studies

Bashir, S. (2017). “Eurocentrism, Islam, and the Intellectual Politics of Civilizational Framing”. InterDisciplines: Journal of History and Sociology, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 21-39.

Bashir, S. (2016). “Islam and the Politics of Temporality: The Case of ISIS”, in A. Hom et al. Time, Temporality and Global Politics. E-IR Edited Collections, pp. 134-149.

Bartov, O. (2019). “The Return of the Displaced: Ironies of the Jewish-Palestinian Nexus, 1939–49”. Jewish Social Studies: History, Culture, Society, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 26-50.

Bartov, O. (2019). “Interrupted Work. Tales from Half-Asia. Small-Town Galicians Encounter the World”. Prooftexts, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 469-496.

Black, J. (2019). “American Slavery in Historical Perspective”. Geopoliticus: The FPRI Blog, September 4, 2019.

Devji, F. (2000). “Subject to Translation: Shakespeare, Swahili, Socialism”. Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 181-189.

Gomez, M. A. (2006). “A Harvest for the People: P. Sterling Stuckey, Activist and Scholar”. The Journal of African American History, Vol. 91, No. 4, pp. 374-384.

Gomez, M. A. (2004). “Of Du Bois and Diaspora: The Challenge of African American Studies”. Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 175-194.

Gomez, M. A. (1994). “Muslims in Early America”. The Journal of Southern History, Vol. 60, No. 4, pp. 671-710.

Ho Tai, H.-T. (2017). “On Becoming a Student of Vietnamese History”. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 52-63.

Khalidi, R. (2020). The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine: A History of Settler Colonialism and Resistance, 1917–2017. Metropolitan Books. [Excerpt from the final chapter].

Khalidi, R. (1991). “Arab Nationalism: Historical Problems in the Literature”. The American Historical Review, Vol. 96, No. 5, pp. 1363-1373.

Satia, P. (2006). “The Defense of Inhumanity: Air Control and the British Idea of Arabia”. The American Historical Review, Vol. 111, No. 1, pp. 16-51.

Sivasundaram, S. (2015). “Imperial Transgressions: The Animal and Human in the Idea of Race”. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Vol. 35, No. 1.

Sivasundaram, S. (2013). “The Kingdom of Kandy in Sri Lanka: Challenging Narratives of British Colonialism”. Blogs – London School of Economics.

Sivasundaram, S. (2010). “Ethnicity, Indigeneity, and Migration in the Advent of British Rule to Sri Lanka”. The American Historical Review, Vol. 115, No. 2, pp. 428-452.

Sivasundaram, S. (2007). “Tales of the land: British geography and Kandyan resistance in Sri Lanka, c. 1803-1850”. Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 925-965.

Sivasundaram, S. (2005). “Trading knowledge: the East India Company’s elephants in India and Britain”. The Historical Journal, Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 27-63.

Taylor, Q. (2000). “African American Men in the American West, 1528-1990”. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 569, pp. 102-119.

Thapar, R. (2005). “Decolonising the Past: Historical Writing in the Time of Sachin – and Beyond”. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 40, No. 14, pp. 1442-1448.

Thapar, R. (1982). “Ideology and the Interpretation of Early Indian History”. Review (Fernand Braudel Center), Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 389-411.

Weitzberg, K. (2017). We Do Not Have Borders: Greater Somalia and the Predicaments of Belonging in Kenya. Ohio University Press. (First 30 pages).

5.11. Economic History

Alvin Y. So (2007). “Globalization and the Transition from Neoliberal Capitalism to State Developmentalism in China”. International Review of Modern Sociology, Vol. 33, pp. 61-76.

Alvin Y. So (2003). “The Changing Pattern of Classes and Class Conflict in China”. Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 363-376.

Alvin Y. So (2001). “The Chinese Developmental Miracle: Origins, Characteristics, and Challenges”. Asian Perspective, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 5-31.

Alvin Y. So (2001). “The Three Blessings of Hong Kong’s Development”. China Perspectives, No. 35, pp. 38-48.

Alvin Y. So (2000). “Hong Kong’s Problematic Democratic Transition: Power Dependency or Business Hegemony?”. The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 59, No. 2, pp. 359-381.

Alvin Y. So (1984). “The Process of Incorporation into the Capitalist World-System: The Case of China in the Nineteenth Century”. Review (Fernand Braudel Center), Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 91-116.

Ferguson, N. (2003). “British Imperialism Revised: The Costs and Benefits of ‘Anglobalization’”Development Research Institute Working Paper Series, No. 2, April.