Journal of European Studies

(The TQCC of Journal of European Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Liminality in Latife Tekin’s Berji Kristin: Tales from the Garbage Hills4
What is Holocaust perpetrator fiction?2
‘Painting out’ (and ‘reading in’) the Franco-Prussian War: Politics and art criticism in the 1870s2
Ambivalent borders and hybrid culture: The role of culture and exclusion in historical European discourses of migration2
A liberal stand-off with deplorables: Adapting Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People from Nietzscheanism through Nazism to Neoliberalism2
The use of collective memory in the populist messaging of Marine Le Pen2
Double palimpsest: History and myth in the poetry of the Gallipoli campaign2
From defying to (re-)defining Europe in Viktor Orbán’s discourse about the past2
Cultural responses to the COVID-19 crisis in Greece: The first wave (March–May 2020)1
Dialogue in and as European heritage1
István Szabó1
An uncanny dialogue: Lev Shestov’s philosophy as the ‘great art’ of not seeing and Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic investigations of the unconscious mind1
Stephen’s neurotic self-estrangement: A case study of James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man1
The invention of the European legal tradition and the narrative of rights1
Literature and lustration: Rebuilding social trust through literature1
Literary cosmopolitanism in the age of the League of Nations: Vernon Lee, Daniel Halévy and La Revue de Genève1
Ludwig Klages and his philosophy of language1
Sylvia Beach and women’s scholarly communities under Occupation: The diary of Madeleine Blaess1
Anti-Latin race-based nationalism in early twentieth-century France: An examination of Robert Pelletier’s pan-Celtic and Slavophile journals1
The vicissitudes of bilingualism and plurilingualism in the European Union1
World War I and its aftermath: Reaching for the past and across the Atlantic1
Conceptualising Europe from the far right: The mobilisation of intellectual heritage in Germany1
European history and war: The case-study of the eighteenth century1
Paris: A Poemby Hope Mirrlees: The liminal world of Paris in 19191
Narrative and the mapping of Diaspora Space: Liminalities and subjectivities in the ‘Happy Multicultural Land’ of Zadie Smith’s White Teeth0
The Soviet occupation of Polish Lwów (September 1939–July 1941) in light of some unpublished British diplomatic reports by John Russell, R.D. Macrae and Thomas Preston0
Book Review: Joachim Otto Habeck (ed.): Lifestyle in Siberia and the Russian North0
Book Review: Niamh Gallagher: Ireland and the Great War: A Social and Political History0
‘Restoring friendship and confidence as far as possible between the inimical nations’: Post-World War I Berlin through English eyes0
Mirrors and envelopes: John Berger and Eva Figes’ Light (1983)0
Book Review: G.C. Peden: Churchill, Chamberlain and Appeasement0
Book Reviews: Jan Matti Dollbaum, Morvan Lallouet and Ben Noble: Navalny: Putin’s Nemesis, Russia’s Future?0
Book Review: Christopher Lloyd: Guy de Maupassant0
Family and communism in Maria Leitner’sMädchen mit drei Namenand Hermynia Zur Mühlen’sLina: Erzählung aus dem Leben eines Dienstmädchens0
Book Review: Noah Shusterman: Armed Citizens: The Road from Ancient Rome to the Second Amendment0
Book Review: Heidi Beutin and Wolfgang Beutin: Fanfaren einer neuen Freiheit: Deutsche Intellektuelle und die Novemberrevolution0
Eliza Ablovatski: Revolution and Political Violence in Central Europe: The Deluge of 19190
In memoriam0
Book Review: Christine Kinealy and Gerard Moran (eds): Irish Famines before and after the Great Famine and LeAnne Howe and Padraig Kirwan (eds): Famine Pots: The Choctaw–Irish Gift Exchange, 180
Book Review: Reinhold Lütgemeier-Davin, Harald Lützenkirchen und Rolf von Bockel (eds): Die Öffentlichkeit des Exilrückkehrers: Kurt Hiller und die Universität Hamburg. – Beiträge einer Tagung0
Book Review: Elizabeth A. Blake: Travels from Dostoevsky’s Siberia: Encounters with Polish Literary Exiles0
Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Martin Sixsmith: The Russia Conundrum: How the West Fell for Putin’s Power Gambit – And How to Fix It0
Book Reviews: Thomas Honickel: Uwe Schütte and Kay Wolfinger (eds): Curriculum Vitae: Die W. G. Sebald Interviews0
Last words0
Painted eggs in the Muslim and Christian traditions0
Book Reviews: François Jullien: There Is No Such Thing as Cultural Identity0
Book Review: Richard Carswell: The Fall of France in the Second World War0
Book Review: Alan Rosen: The Holocaust’s Jewish Calendars: Keeping Time Sacred, Making Time Holy0
Performing community: Lampedusa in Festival against the border spectacle of Mediterranean migrations0
Inventory of another country: Rebecca West and the legacy of 19180
Book Reviews: Grant Harward: Romania’s Holy War. Soldiers, Motivation, and the Holocaust0
Book Review: Renée Fox, Mike Cronin and Brian Ó Conchubhair (eds): Routledge International Handbook of Irish Studies0
Book Reviews: Gabriel Josipovici: Forgetting0
Imperialism and literature: An imperialism-oriented reading of modern Turkish literature0
‘A tremor of hope’: Bloomsbury in and after 19180
Book Review: Hanna Björg Sigurjónsdóttir and James G. Rice (eds): Understanding Disability Throughout History: Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Iceland from Settlement to 19360
Book Review: Lutz Koepnick: Fitzcarraldo Christian Rogowski: Wings of Desire Brad Prager: Phoenix0
Book Review: Diana Holmes: Middlebrow Matters: Women’s Reading and the Literary Canon in France since the Belle Époque0
Revolutionary perspectives: German Jewish women and 1918–190
Revolution and human rights thought in the political philosophy of Catharine Macaulay, Mary Wollstonecraft and Anna Laetitia Barbauld0
Book Review: Patrick O’Meara: The Russian Nobility in the Age of Alexander I0
Agamben’s ‘bare life’ and Grossman’s ethics of senseless kindness0
Generic images, gendered responses: Virginia Woolf and the representation of belligerent violence0
Book Reviews: Sean Ireton and Caroline Schaumann (eds): Mountains and the German Mind: Translations from Gessner to Meissner, 1541–20090
Book Review: Clive Emsley: A Short History of Police and Policing0
Book Review: Joan Wallach Scott: In the Name of History0
Book Reviews: Henry T. Edmondson III and Peter C. Mentzel (eds): Imagining Europe: Essays on the Past, Present, and Future of the European Union0
Book Review: Sheila Skaff: Studying Ida0
Book Review: Nicholas Hewitt: Wicked City: The Many Cultures of Marseille0
Book Reviews: Nicolas Lambert: The War Lords and the Gallipoli Disaster: How Globalized Trade Led Britain to its Worst Defeat of the First World War0
Book Review: Casey Harrison: Paris in Modern Times: From the Old Regime to the Present Day0
H. G. Adler: Displaced Modernist par excellence0
Corrigendum to “What is Holocaust perpetrator fiction?”0
Revisiting L’Herbe by Claude Simon0
Book Review: Peter Longerich: Hitler: A Biography0
Book Review: Anne Fuchs: Precarious Times: Temporality and History in Modern German Culture0
Book Review: Valentina Gosetti and Alistair Rolls (eds): Still Loitering: Australian Essays in Honour of Ross Chambers0
Book Review: Mary McAuley: Remembering Leningrad: The Story of a Generation0
Book Review: Reinhold Lütgemeier-Davin (ed.): Kurt Hiller – Rezeptionsgeschichte(n). Beiträge einer Tagung der Kurt Hiller Gesellschaft und des Instituts für Braunschweigische Regionalgeschichte0
Lviv relived in exile: Józef Wittlin and Mόj Lwów [My Lwów]0
Book Review: Heidi Beutin and Wolfgang Beutin: Fanfaren einer neuen Freiheit: Deutsche Intellektuelle und die Novemberrevolution0
Book Review: Bradley Stephens: Victor Hugo0
Book Reviews: Margaret Atack: Jean-François Vilar: Theatres of Crime0
Book Review: Steven Matthews and Matthew Feldman (eds): Samuel Beckett’s ‘Philosophy Notes’0
Rachel Chin: War of Words: Britain, France and Discourses of Empire During the Second World War and Douglas Porch: Defeat and Division: France at War, 1939–420
Book Reviews: Jon Stewart: Hegel’s Century: Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution0
Narrating war through visual language: Commemorative activity of ordinary people in Central Ukraine (Poltava oblast) in 2014–20210
Book Review: Meaghan Emery: The Algerian War Retold: Of Camus’s Revolt and Postwar Reconciliation0
Book Review: Colin Burrow: Imitating Authors: Plato to Futurity0
Book Review: Robert Service: Kremlin Winter: Russia and the Second Coming of Vladimir Putin0
Heritage and the ‘Heartland’: Architectural and urban heritage in the discourse and practice of the populist far right0
A Europe of stories: Queer cartography and the grammar of hope0
To Woody Allen’s Rome with Love: Four city profiles0
The temptation of luck: The Machiavellian prince and the Hobbesian sovereign facing moral and honour-motivated responsibilities0
Memory, writing and narration: The flea markets of memory in Dubravka Ugrešić’s The Museum of Unconditional Surrender0
Book Review: Patrick Wright: The Sea View Has Me Again: Uwe Johnson in Sheerness0
The gnoseological meaning of Nietzsche’s eternal return and the similarities with Emerson’s thought0
Stanley Corngold: The Mind in Exile: Thomas Mann in Princeton0
David A. Harrisville: The Virtuous Wehrmacht: Crafting the Myth of the German Soldier on the Eastern Front, 1941–19440
Book Review: Uwe Schütte (ed.): The Cambridge Companion to Krautrock0
European movements for confluent love: Revealing romantic delusions with the Scandinavian Modern Breakthrough and Comedy Italian Style0
Book Reviews: Thirthankar Chakraborty and Juan Luis Toribio Vazquez (eds): Samuel Beckett as World Literature0
Book Review: Christopher Webster (ed.): Photography in the Third Reich: Art, Physiognomy and Propaganda0
Book Reviews: Paul W. Werth: 1837: Russia’s Quiet Revolution0
Book Reviews: Carole Angier: Speak, Silence: In Search of W. G. Sebald0
Little willies as community-building heritage: A bottom-up approach to the European Capital of Culture initiative0
Joe Darlington: The Experimentalists: The Life and Times of the British Experimental Writers of the 1960s0
Book Review: Carl Müller Frøland: Understanding Nazi Ideology: The Genesis and Impact of a Political Faith0
Introduction: Heritage and the making of ‘Europe’0
Book Reviews: Reviews Editor’s valedictory note0
Book Review: Patricia Herlihy: Odessa Recollected: The Port and the People0
Book Review: Gavin Murray-Miller: Revolutionary Europe: Politics, Community and Culture in Transnational Context, 1775–19220
The influence of motherhood in the construction of female identity: A subversive approach to motherhood in Erendiz Atasü’s novels0
Book Review: Edoardo Campanella and Marta Dassù: Anglo Nostalgia: The Politics of Emotion in a Fractured West0
Personal: Spooks, shadows and unfinished business0
Book Review: Wolfram Siemann: Metternich: Strategist and Visionary0
Book Reviews: Ian D. Armour: A History of Eastern Europe: 1918 to the Present: Modernisation, Ideology and Nationality0
Book Review: B. Venkat Mani: Recoding World Literature: Libraries, Print Culture, and Germany’s Pact with Books0
Nowhere at ease: Listening to Syrian refugee trauma in Christy Lefteri’s The Beekeeper of Aleppo (2019)0
Book Review: Malyn Newitt: The Braganzas. The Rise and Fall of the Ruling Dynasties of Portugal and Brazil, 1640–19100
Book Review: Ivan Stacy: The Complicit Text: Failures of Witnessing in Postwar Fiction0
Book Review: André Rui Graça: Portuguese Cinema (1960–2010): Consumption, Circulation and Commerce0
Out of the ruins: Knut Hamsun’s ‘idealism’ and the inheritance of World War I0
Book Review: Maurizio Isabella: Southern Europe in the Age of Revolutions0
Book Review: Tim Mehigan: Robert Musil and the Question of Science: Ethics, Aesthetics and the Problem of the Two Cultures0
Book Review: Silvana Patriarca: Race in Post-Fascist Italy: ‘War Children’ and the Color of the Nation0
Book Review: Fernando Guirao: The European Rescue of the Franco Regime, 1950–19750
Polyphony of form and ideas in the works of Milan Kundera0
‘How to become what you are’: Self-becoming and individuation in Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo and Hesse’s Demian and Steppenwolf0
Book Review: James C. Pearce: The Use of History in Putin’s Russia and Anton Weiss-Wendt: Putin’s Russia and the Falsification of History: Reasserting Control of the Past0
Beyond secularism and religion: Jean-Luc Nancy on global monotheism0
Book Review: Keir Giles: Russia’s War on Everybody: And What it Means for You0
The afterlife of a dictatorship: Ismail Kadare’s post-communist reckoning with the Albanian past0
European dystopias/utopias in Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Submission: Part I (2004) and Michel Houellebecq’s Submission (2015)0
Helmuth Plessner and The Delayed Nation0
Book Reviews: Ian Ona Johnson: Faustian Bargain. The Soviet-German Partnership and the Origins of the Second World War0
Book Review: Joep Leerssen: Comparative Literature in Britain: National Identities, Transnational Dynamics, 1800–20000
Book Review: Michael H. Kater: Culture in Nazi Germany0
Book Review: Jeanne M. Britton: Vicarious Narratives: A Literary History of Sympathy, 1750–18500
Book Reviews: James Hodkinson and Benedict Schofield (eds): German in the World: The Transnational and Global Contexts of German Studies0
Book Review: John D. Lyons (ed.): The Dark Thread: From Tragical Histories to Gothic Tales Dale Townshend: Gothic Antiquity: History, Romance, and the Architectural Imagination, 1760–18400
Book Review: Kevin C. O’Connor: The House of Hemp and Butter: A History of Old Riga0
Book Review: Saul Friedländer: Proustian Uncertainties: On Reading and Rereading In Search of Lost Time0
Book Review: Jeremy Adler: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe0
Book Review: Péter Berta: Materializing Difference: Consumer Culture, Politics, and Ethnicity among Romanian Roma0
Book Review: Stefan Berger and Caner Tekin (eds): History and Belonging: Representations of the Past in Contemporary European Politics0
Symbolism at war: Charles Ricketts and the politics of the stage0
Enticed to settle elsewhere: Magic lantern slides and the transnational creation of European colonial citizens0
‘You do not become a European by choice but by necessity’: The Alsace border region and its opening up to Europe in the writings of Otto Flake, René Schickele and Hermann Wendel0
Book Review: Jay Julian Rosellini: The German New Right: AfD, PEGIDA and the Re-Imagining of National Identity0
Book Review: Elisabeth Krimmer and Patricia Anne Simpson (eds): Realities and Fantasies of German Female Leadership from Maria Antonia of Saxony to Angela Merkel0
Book Reviews: Muireann Maguire and Timothy Langen (eds): Reading Backwards: An Advance Retrospective on Russian Literature0
Lesley Chamberlain: Street Life and Morals: German Philosophy in Hitler’s Lifetime0
Book Reviews: Andrew Hussey: Speaking East: The Strange and Enchanted Life of Isodore Isou0
The fall of a city: Refugees, exodus and exile in Ernest Hemingway’s Istanbul, 19220
Feminine identities in Ann Oakley’s novels: A gender challenge or a cultural shock?0
Conference report on Miasto i Pamięc, ‘Cities and Memory in Eastern Europe’, 27–29 October, 2021.0
Book Review: Jeffrey Brooks: The Firebird and the Fox: Russian Culture under Tsars and Bolsheviks0
Book Review: Alberto Bertozzi: Plotinus on Love: An Introduction to his Metaphysics through the Concept of Eros0
Book Reviews: Emma Rothschild: An Infinite History: The Story of a Family in France over Three Centuries0
Digital Europeanism and extending the literary Europeanist discourse: The Twitter feeds of @PulseofEurope and @mycountryeurope0
Thomas Carlyle, François Guizot and the Brothers Ruffini: An unpublished letter0
Book Review: Bruce Hayes: Hostile Humor in Renaissance France0
Book Review: Hannah Smith: Armies and Political Change in Britain, 1660–17500
Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love0
By the waters of the Tiber: Viacheslav Ivanov, Aleksandr Grechaninov and Russian culture in interwar Europe0
Riccardo Bernardini: Simboli di rinascita nella Basilica di San Miniato al Monte di Firenze: Da Gioacchino da Fiore a C.G. Jung / Rebirth Symbols in the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte in Florence: F0
Book Review: Sven Hanuschek: Arno Schmidt: Biografie0
Antonia Wimbush: Autofiction: A Female Francophone Aesthetic of Exile0
Book Review: Irene Guenther: Postcards from the Trenches: A German Soldier’s Testimony of the Great War0
Book Review: Valeria Carullo and Pete Collard (eds): Beyond Bauhaus: Modernism in Britain 1933–360
Book Review: Nadine Meisner: Marius Petipa: The Emperor’s Ballet Master0
Book Review: Paul Brian Heise: The Wound That Will Never Heal: An Allegorical Interpretation of Richard Wagner’s ‘The Ring of the Nibelung’0
Book Review: Charlie Louth: Rilke: The Life of the Work0
Heidegger and Marcuse: A history of disenchantment0
Changes in the representation of heroes in contemporary Ukrainian cinema0
Book Reviews: David Moon, Nicholas B. Breyfogle and Alexandra Bekasova (eds): Place and Nature: Essays in Russian Environmental History0
Book Reviews: Dorinda Outram: Four Fools in the Age of Reason: Laughter, Cruelty, and Power in Early Modern Germany0
Book Review: Satish Padiyar: Fragonard: Painting Out of Time0
Book Reviews: Anthony Adamthwaite: Britain, France and Europe, 1945–1975. The Elusive Alliance0
Bookending the Enlightenment: Scandinavia’s first novel and the Anthropocene condemnation of its TV adaptation0
Rethinking the multiple meanings of the Mediterranean through Lawrence Osborne’s Beautiful Animals (2017)0
Book Review: Ludwig Klages: Gedenkblätter0
Book Review: Aleida Assmann: Is Time out of Joint? On the Rise and Fall of the Modern Time Regime0
Book Review: Andrei Zorin: Leo Tolstoy0
Book Review: Paul Stock: Europe and the British Geographical Imagination, 1760–18300
Creating a Blutbuche and Barebacking archive: An analysis of Kim de l’Horizon’s Blutbuch (2022)0
Book Review: Francesco Manzini: Stendhal0
Book Review: Franziska Exeler: Ghosts of War: Nazi Occupation and its Aftermath in Soviet Belarus0
Book Review: Richard Wolin: Heidegger in Ruins: Between Philosophy and Ideology0
Book Review: Reider Payne: War and Diplomacy in the Napoleonic Era: Sir Charles Stewart, Castlereagh and the Balance of Power in Europe0
Book Review: Christopher Clark: Revolutionary Spring: Europe Aflame and the Fight for a New World, 1848–18490
Introduction: The First World War and its Aftermath: Literary Networks and Cultural Encounters0
Slavery fiction in Britain0
Editor’s note0
Ukraine and Russia, Ireland and Britain: Quasi-colonial subjugation, anti-imperial nationalism and conflict, end of empire, and ‘the lost peace’: A review essay0
The art of cunning: Georg Lukács, Mikhail Bakhtin and Soviet Socialist realism0
Book Review: David Anderson: Landscape and Subjectivity in the Work of Patrick Keiller, W. G. Sebald and Iain Sinclair0
‘What I shall miss’: European heritage in Tom Lanoye’s Fortress Europe (2005)0
‘Verdammte Staats-Klugheit / die Treu und Bund heist brechen!’ Reason of state in Lohenstein’s Cleopatra0
Book Review: Karolina Watroba: Mann’s Magic Mountain: World Literature and Closer Reading0
The Russian Revolution as fantastic synaesthetic event (Sigizmund Krzhizhanovskii and Vladimir Sharov)0
Introduction: The Journal of European Studies at 500
Book Review: Dora Osborne: What Remains: The Post-Holocaust Archive in German Memory Culture0
Book Reviews: Stephen Brockmann (ed.): Bertolt Brecht in Context0
Book Review: Claire Davison, Derek Ryan and Jane Goldman (eds): Cross-Channel Modernisms0
The role of Christianity in the European Union’s heritage and history initiatives0
Book Reviews: Wendy Z. Goldman and Donald Filtzer: Fortress Dark and Stern: The Soviet Home Front During World War II0
Three new books on W. G. Sebald and some afterthoughts0
Book Review: Paul Robinson: Russian Conservatism0
Book Review: Brian Nelson (ed.): Émile Zola: Doctor Pascal0
Rhythm in translation, with two accounts of Leconte de Lisle’s ‘Midi’0
Book Review: Alison James: The Documentary Imagination in Twentieth-Century French Literature: Writing with Facts0
Book Review: Kees Boterbloem: Russia as Empire: Past and Present and Robin Milner-Gulland: Patterns of Russia: History, Culture, Spaces0
Book Reviews: Robert Lethbridge (ed.): Émile Zola, Critique littéraire et artistique. Vol. 1: Écrits sur l’art0
Book Review: Hilary Brown: Women and Early Modern Cultures of Translation: Beyond the Female Tradition0
Book Review: Anthony Grenville: Encounters with Albion: Britain and the British in Texts by Jewish Refugees from Nazism0
Ukrainian identity in the images and symbols of Olena Kulchytska’s graphic works0
Book Review: Fiona MacCarthy: Walter Gropius: Visionary Founder of the Bauhaus0
Book Review: Michael Broers and Ambrogio Caiani (eds): A History of the European Restorations, vol 1: Governments, States and Monarchy; Michael Broers, Ambrogio Caiani and Stephen Bann (eds), v0
Book Review: Brian Nelson: Émile Zola: A Very Short Introduction0
Book Review: Paul Julian Smith: Reimagining History in Contemporary Spanish Media: Theater, Cinema, Television, Streaming0
Embracing embodiedness, desire and failure: Women’s fluid gender performances in Sevgi Soysal’s oeuvre from the 1960s0
Depicting European federalists in fiction: Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi in Bernhard Setzwein’s Der böhmische Samurai (2017) and Heinrich Mann in Colm Tóibín’s The Magician (2021)0