History 356

The Journal of the Historical Association, Volume 103, Issue 356

Last updated: 11th July 2019

Narrating Europe: Conceptions of European History and Identity in Historiography and Intellectual Thought

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  1. Narrating Europe: (Re)Thinking Europe and its Many Pasts (pp 385-400), Matthew D'Auria, Jan Vermeiren
  2. Meanings of Europe and Meaning in History (pp 401-417), Rolf Petri
  3. Civilization, Modernity and Europe: The Making and Unmaking of a Conceptual Unity (pp 418-433), Gavin Murray‚ÄźMiller
  4. A Revolutionary Narrative of European History: Bonneville's History of Modern Europe (1789–1792) (pp 434-450), Matthijs Lok (Open Access)
  5. The Shaping of European Modernities: Neapolitan Hegelianism and the Renaissance (1848–1862) (pp 451-468), Fernanda Gallo
  6. A Part of European History? Narrating the Age of the World Wars after 1945 (pp 469-484), Florian Greiner
  7. The Invention of European Human Rights (pp 485-504), Patrick Pasture
  8. A ‘Handmade’ Historiographical Myth: The ‘East’ and Eastern Europe in the Historiography of European Integration, 1968 to the Present (pp 505-519), Peter Pichler

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