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22 May 2019

Early Modern Media and the News in Europe: Perspectives from the Dutch Angle

The practice of socialist internationalism: European socialists and international politics, 1914–1960

Introduction: Escaping the Nation? National Consciousness and the Horizons of Decolonization

The return from Africa: Illegitimacy, concealment, and the non-memory of Portugal’s imperial collapse

Memory in the shadow of a family history of resistance: A case study of the significance of collective memories for intergenerational memory in Austrian families

Nikolai Krementsov, With and Without Galton. Vasilii Florinskii and the Fate of Eugenics in Russia

21 May 2019

Jan Van Doesborch and the History of Euryalus and Lucretia

Start where you are: Building cairns of collaborative memory

The long-term evolution of economic history: evidence from the top five field journals (1927–2017)

History, memory and the meaning of place: the renovation of Sidnā ‘Alī mosque as a nexus of Palestinian, Arab and Islamic identity in Israel

Sun-Young Park, Ideals of the Body: Architecture, Urbanism and Hygiene in Postrevolutionary Paris

Seeing for Himself: Harold Holt, Bushfire and Newspaper Depictions of Prime Ministerial Empathy

20 May 2019

The ‘Missing Link’ Between Science and Show Business: Exhibiting Gorillas and Chimpanzees in Victorian Liverpool

Landscapes of Hope: Nature and the Great Migration in Chicago By Brian McCammack

Rachel Carson and the Rhetoric of Revolution

Alle in Bewegung: Räumliche Mobilität in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1980–2010Auto-Identitäten: Marketing, Konsum und Produktbilder des Automobils nach dem Boom

Soundtracking Germany: Popular Music and National Identity

An den Ursprüngen populärer Serialität: Das Familienblatt ‘Die Gartenlaube’

‘Mafia Capitale’: judicial and symbolic constructions of the new Italian corruption

Diplomacy beyond deterrence: Helmut Schmidt and the economic dimension of Ostpolitik

Nación y revolución social. El pensamiento y la acción del joven Jordi Solé Tura

La nobleza en la II República (1931-1936): la radicalización elitista

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La idea de España en el discurso «servil» (1808-1814)

Mauritania y el Sahara Español: entre Argelia y Marruecos (1969-1979)

José Antonio Primo de Rivera y el Frente Popular

La política europea del PCE (1972-1999): del viraje europeísta al euroescepticismo

República, religión y libertad: la Iglesia y el Frente Popular

La autoridad, el pánico y la beligerancia. Políticas de orden público y violencia política en la España del Frente Popular

El funcionario como experto. Profesionalismo y diletantismo en la función pública de la Generalitat de Catalunya (1931-1939)

Historia de un desencuentro: Ejército y República hacia la España del Frente Popular

La historiografía y los frentes populares en Francia y España: una mirada comparada

19 May 2019

The Politics of Reproduction: Race, Medicine, and Fertility in the Age of Abolition, by Katherine Paugh

The National Council for Civil Liberties and the British State during the First World War, 1916–1919*

Kindheit und Emotion: Kinder und Ihre Lebenswelten in der Europäischen Frühen Neuzeit

Menschenzucht: Frühe Ideen und Strategien, 1500–1870

To Belong in Buenos Aires: Germans, Argentines, and the Rise of a Pluralist Society

The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi

18 May 2019

Bonnie Lander Johnson and Eleanor Decamp, Blood Matters: Studies in European Literature and Thought, 1400–1700

17 May 2019

Willy Brandt and International Relations: Europe, the USA, and Latin America, 1947–1992

Images of Rabbi Uziel and their place in his commemoration

Sounds of Loss: Church Bells, Place, and Time in the Habsburg Empire during the First World War*

‘Martinique is ours, not theirs!’: framing conflicting identities during the 2009 protests

16 May 2019

Tyranny, Communism, and U.S. Policy in Equatorial Guinea, 1968–1979*

Parc de Ciutadella, a contested place of conflict and memory in Barcelona

Incompetent and insane: labor, ability, and citizenship in nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century United States

Revolutionaries for the Right: anticommunist internationalism and paramilitary warfare in the Cold War

Defining an Organizational Role in a Contested Field: The Evolution of UNESCO’s Approach to Physical Education

Cross-cultural contact in Manchuria: approaches to lives in between, 1900s–1950s

On the banality of paperwork and the brutality of judicial bureaucracy in Myanmar

Thirty Years in the Making: Attitudes to Abortion among Czechs and Slovaks at the End of the State Socialist Era in Czechoslovakia