Title:Patterns of Radicalization in Political Activism: An introduction Author(s):DELLA PORTA, Donatella; HAUPT, Heinz-GerhardDate:2012Citation:
- Social Science History, 2012, 36, 3, 311-320
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Research on political violence occurs in waves, generally corresponding to the successive swells of violence that in many ways define modern society. Critically, this violence is characterized as much by diversity as by ...
Title:El uso político de la epidemia de cólera morbo en La Habana Author(s):AGUILERA-MANZANO, José MaríaDate:2007Citation:
- Canadian Journal of Latin America and Caribbean Studies, 2007, 64, 202-228
Title:Charm Procedure in the XVIII Century: Restoring an order or recapturing innocence? Author(s):COHEN, DeborahDate:2007Citation:
- Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 2007, 54, 2, 91-116
Type:ArticleAbstract:In eighteenth-century France, there were almost no theoretical evolutions in the judicial field. Yet, ways of judging differed between the beginning and the end of the century. This paper is based on a close reading of ...
Title:O'Gorman, lecteur d’Acosta Author(s):DELMAS, AdrienDate:2012Citation:
- Nuevo Mundo, Mundos Nuevos [En línea], 2012, Coloquios, Puesto en línea el 26 junio 2012
Type:ArticleAbstract:Ne serait-ce que du point de vue de sa réception, La invención de América est la partie la plus marquante de l’œuvre d’O’Gorman. Cet ouvrage synthétique, bref, marque l’aboutissement d’un long et patient travail d’analyse ...
Title:Crimes of diction : language and national belonging in the fiction of Amara Lakhous Author(s):MCGUIRE, ValerieDate:2015Citation:
- Journal of Romance studies, 2015, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 1–21
Type:ArticleAbstract:The article offers a study of the use of language in the fiction of Algerian-born writer, Amara Lakhous. It focuses on his two popular novels set in Rome, Clash of Civilizations over an Elevator at Piazza Vittorio (2008) ...
Title:Emigration agents and the agency of the urban press : approaches to Transatlantic migration in Hungary, 1880s–1914 Author(s):STRANER, KatalinDate:2016Citation:
- Journal of migration history, 2016, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 352–374
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article argues the importance of the urban press in shaping public opinion about transatlantic migration using the representation of emigration agents and agencies in the Hungarian press in the late nineteenth and ...
Title:Learning from the Germans? History and Memory in German and European Projects of Integration Author(s):BEATTIE, AndrewDate:2007Citation:
- PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 2007, 4, 2, (Special Issue on ‘Contesting Eurovisions’)
Type:ArticleAbstract:History and memory appear to be increasingly important to discussions of European values and identity, as exemplified by references to ‘bitter experiences’ and ‘divided pasts’ in the draft EU constitution. The article takes ...
Title:Transnational spaces in history Author(s):JONES, Heather; STEFFEN, Katrin; KOHLRAUSCH, Martin; TOKIĆ, Mate Nikola; LEBOUTTE, Rene; MULLER, Michael; TORP, Cornelius; GRELL, Ole Peter; TERRASA-LOZANO, Antonio; CRANG, Philip; ASHMORE, Sonia; LINDNER, UlrikeDate:2009Citation:
- European review of history, 2009, 16, 5, 609-770
Title:The South Asia Textiles Industry in a Globalizing World; 8th GEHN Meeting, Pune, India, 18-20 December 2005 Author(s):GEKAS, AthanasiosDate:2007Citation:
- Textile History, 2007, 37, 2, 203-204
Title:The German Spring Reprisals of 1917: Prisoners of War and the Violence of the Western Front Author(s):JONES, HeatherDate:2008Citation:
- German History, 2008, 26, 3, 335-356
Type:ArticleAbstract:The First World War was marked by a series of violent reprisals against prisoners of war which have long been overlooked by historians. This article explores one such sequence of collective reprisals, instigated by the ...