Europe

Edited by Stefan BergerMarc Forster and Katherine French

Volume 12 (2014)

The Place of Rus’ in Medieval Europe
Christian Raffensperger

Knowing Skin in Early Modern Europe, c. 1450–1750
Craig Koslofsky

Material Culture and Social History in Early Medieval Western Europe
Valerie L. Garver

The History of Madness and Mental Illness in the Middle Ages: Directions and Questions
Leigh Ann Craig

The Papal Bull Unigenitus and the Forging of Enlightened Catholicism, 1713–1764
Jeffrey D. Burson

Ethnic Identification and Stereotypes in Western Europe, circa 1100–1300
Claire Weeda

Questioning the Capetians, 1180–1328
Sean L. Field and M. Cecilia Gaposchkin

Overcoming Methodological Nationalism in Nationalism Studies: The Impact of Tourism on the Construction and Diffusion of National and Regional Identities
Eric Storm

Noble Identity and Culture. Recent Historiography on the Nobility in the Medieval Low Countries III
Arie van Steensel

Beyond the Crisis of the Nobility. Recent Historiography on the Nobility in the Medieval Low Countries II
Arie van Steensel

Origins and Transformations. Recent Historiography on the Nobility in the Medieval Low Countries I
Arie van Steensel

Some Perspectives on Societal Impacts of Past Climatic Changes
Henry Diaz and Valerie Trouet

The Early Árpáds (895–1095): Consolidation, Christianization, Monarchy
Cameron Sutt

Why Study Medieval Canon Law?
Kriston R. Rennie and Jason Taliadoros

Medieval Inquisitorial Procedure: Procedural Rights and the Question of Due Process in the 13th Century
Melodie H. Eichbauer

Back to the Peasants: New Insights into the Economic, Social, and Demographic History of Northern Italian Rural Populations During the Early Modern Period
Guido Alfani

Spare Ribs? Early Modern Female Monasticism in the East Slavic Lands
Liudmila V. Charipova

Volume 11 (2013)

The Albigensian Crusade in Anglo‐American Historiography, 1888–2013
Laurence W. Marvin

Gratian’s Decretum and the Changing Historiographical Landscape
Melodie H. Eichbauer

The Dominican Order in Late Medieval and Early Modern History
Robin Vose

Food‐Related Interaction Among Christians, Muslims, and Jews in High and Late Medieval Latin Christendom
David M. Freidenreich

Should We Teach That the Cause of the Black Death Was Bubonic Plague?
Phyllis Pobst

The Debate on the Baltic Crusades and the Making of Europe
Barbara Bombi

Carolingian Catalonia: The Spanish March and the Franks, c.750–c.1050
Cullen J. Chandler

The Emergence of the Territorial Principality of Flanders, 750–1050
David Defries

Christian Ritual Magic in the Middle Ages
Claire Fanger

Epicurean and Stoic Enlightenments: The Return of Modern Paganism?
Ben Dew

The Late Medieval Countryside: England’s Rural Economy and Society, 1275–1500
David Routt

Beyond History and Memory: New Perspectives in Memory Studies
Marek Tamm

Shadow Kingdom: Lotharingia and the Frankish World, C.850–C.1050
Simon MacLean

Brittany and the Carolingian Empire: A Historical Review
Caroline Brett

Religious Life and Observant Reform in the Fifteenth Century
James D. Mixson

Medieval Urban Environmental History
Roberta J. Magnusson

Beyond the Village: Recent Approaches to the Social History of the Early Modern German Peasantry
Govind P. Sreenivasan

Volume 10 (2012)

Thirteenth and Fourteenth Century European‐Mongol Relations
Colleen Ho

Alchemy and Christianity in the Middle Ages
Zachary A. Matus

The Legal Status of Piracy in Medieval Europe
Emily Sohmer Tai

History of Historiography and National Memory in Portugal
Sérgio Campos Matos

The ‘Modernity’ of Medieval Popular Revolt
Samuel Cohn

“The Economics of Reform in the Middle Ages”
Kathryn L. Jasper

Comparative Communist History and the ‘Biographical Turn’
Kevin Morgan

Medieval Religious, Religions, Religion
Christine Caldwell Ames

The History of Ghosts in Early Modern Europe: Recent Research and Future Trajectories
Kathryn A. Edwards

Public Health and the Pre-Modern City: A Research Agenda
G. Geltner

Political Violence in Interwar France
Chris Millington

Saints, Devotions and Canonisation in Early Modern Italy
Clare Copeland

20th Century Chinese Migration to Italy: The Chinese Diaspora Presence within European International Migration
Angela Chang

Jews in Early Modern Europe: The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Debra Kaplan

Viking Ethnicities: A Historiographic Overview
Clare Downham

The German Reformation and Medieval Thought and Culture
Christopher Ocker

Claude Cahun, Symbolism and Surrealism: The Importance of Historical Contextualisation
Siobhan McGurk

Industrial Relations History in Transnational Perspective: A Review Essay
Thomas Fetzer

Volume 9 (2011)

Whose City Is This? Hucksters, Domestic Servants, Wet-Nurses, Prostitutes, and Slaves in Late Medieval Western Mediterranean Urban Society
Kevin Mummey and Kathryn Reyerson

Bishops in the Medieval Empire: New Perspectives on the Church, State and Episcopal Office

John Eldevik

What’s in a Name, or What’s at Stake When We Talk about ‘Hussites’?
Phillip Haberken

Urban Religious Life in the Italian Communes: The State of the Field
Mary Doyno

Medieval Archaeology and Ethnicity: Where are We?
Florin Curta

The Western Slavs of the Seventh to the Eleventh Century – An Archaeological Perspective
Sebastian Brather

Whose City Is This? Hucksters, Domestic Servants, Wet-Nurses, Prostitutes, and Slaves in Late Medieval Western Mediterranean Urban Society
Kevin Mummey and Kathryn Reyerson

What’s in a Name, or What’s at Stake When We Talk about ‘Hussites’?
Phillip Haberken

Bishops in the Medieval Empire: New Perspectives on the Church, State and Episcopal Office
John Eldevik

Urban Religious Life in the Italian Communes: The State of the Field
Mary Doyno

Medieval Archaeology and Ethnicity: Where are We?
Florin Curta

The Western Slavs of the Seventh to the Eleventh Century – An Archaeological Perspective
Sebastian Brather

Teaching & Learning Guide for: Men, Women and an Integrated History of the Russian Revolutionary Movement
Katy Turton

Magic in the Middle Ages: History and Historiography
David J. Collins

Vegetius’De re militari: Military Theory in Medieval and Modern Conception
Christopher T. Allmand

Narrative, Experience and Class: Nineteenth-century Social History in Light of the Linguistic Turn
Andrew August

History by Parliamentary Vote: Science, Ethics and Politics in the Lumumba Commission
Berber Bevernage

Material Culture and Popular Calvinist Worldliness in the Dutch ‘Golden Age’
Tony Maan

Beyond the Military State: Sweden’s Great Power Period in Recent Historiography
Erik Thomson

Between Czechs and Hungarians: Constructing the Slovak National Identity from 19th Century to the Present
Adam Hudek

Germany, Austria, and the Idea of the German Nation, 1871–1914
Jan Vermeiren

Men, Women and an Integrated History of the Russian Revolutionary Movement
Katy Turton

Surveying Scotland’s Urban Past: The Pre-Modern Burgh
J. R. D. Falconer

Disability in the Middle Ages: Impairment at the Intersection of Historical Inquiry and Disability Studies
Irina Metzler

Volume 8 (2010)

The Friars Preachers: The First Hundred Years of the Dominican Order
Donald S. Prudlo

Religion and the Enlightenment(s)
John M. Sandberg

Rituals, Kingship and Rebellion in Medieval Germany
David A. Warner

Learning from the Saints: Ninth-Century Hagiography and the Carolingian Renaissance
Amy K. Bosworth

Late Medieval Education: Continuity and Change
David Sheffler

Recent Trends in the Study of Medieval Canonizations
Sari Katajala-Peltomaa

Astrology in the Middle Ages
Hilary M. Carey

Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Cistercian Exempla Collections: Role, Diffusion, and Evolution
Stefano Mula

Merovingian Immunity Revisited
Alexander Callander Murray

The Friars Preachers: The First Hundred Years of the Dominican Order
Donald S. Prudlo

Religion and the Enlightenment(s)
John M. Sandberg

Rituals, Kingship and Rebellion in Medieval Germany
David A. Warner

Learning from the Saints: Ninth-Century Hagiography and the Carolingian Renaissance
Amy K. Bosworth

Late Medieval Education: Continuity and Change
David Sheffler

Recent Trends in the Study of Medieval Canonizations
Sari Katajala-Peltomaa

The Changing Face of the Templars: Current Trends in Historiography
Helen J. Nicholson

Spanish History of Historiography – Recent Development
Andrés Antolín Hofrichter

Joachim of Fiore, Apocalyptic Conversion, and the ‘Persecuting Society’
Brett Whalen

The Medieval World View: Contemplating the Mappamundi
Evelyn Edson

Making Sense of Theatre in the Third Reich
Gerwin Strobl

Recent Perspectives on Leprosy in Medieval Western Europe
Elma Brenner

Beyond ‘Good’ and ‘Evil': Breaking Down Binary Oppositions in Holocaust Representations of ‘Privileged’ Jews
Adam Brown

The Changing Fortunes of Early Medieval Bavaria to 907 ad
Jonathan Couser

Teaching Method and Theory to History Undergraduates. Intellectual Challenges and Professional Responsibilities
Andrew Gow

What is ‘Catholic Enlightenment’?
Ulrich L. Lehner

The Futile Paradigm: In Quest of Feudalism in Early Medieval Japan
Karl Friday

Medieval Sicily and Southern Italy in Recent Historiographical Perspective
Sarah C. Davis-Secord

Volume 7 (2009)

Transportation, Communication, and the Movement of Peoples in the Frankish Kingdom, ca. 500–900 C.E
Gregory I. Halfond

The Crisis in the Investiture Crisis Narrative
Maureen C. Miller

Antichrist in the Middle Ages: Plus ça change
Michael A. Ryan

Making Sense of the History of Sex and Gender in Early Modern Spain
Edward Behrend-Martinez

‘Eyewitnessing’? History and Visual Sources
Jessica Horsley

Space, Place and Identities
Thomas Rohkrämer, Felix Robin Schulz

‘European Cities: Containers or Groups of Inhabitants? A Review of some Recent Developments in Early Modern Urban Studies’
Joseph F. Patrouch

New Directions in the Study of Religious Responses to the Black Death
Justin Stearns

The Influence of Lynn White, jr.’s Medieval Technology and Social Change
Shana Worthen

Integrative Medicine: Incorporating Medicine and Health into the Canon of Medieval European History
Monica H. Green

Travel Writing and Encounters with National ‘Others’ in the Napoleonic Wars
Leighton James

From Catholic Milieu to Lived Religion: The Social and Cultural History of Modern German Catholicism
Michael E. O’Sullivan

The Silver Curtain: Representations of the West in the Soviet Cold War Films
Sergei Dobrynin

The Archaeology of Medieval Europe
Pam Crabtree

Assessing Women, Gender, and Empire in Britain’s Nineteenth-Century Protestant Missionary Movement
Elizabeth Prevost

Changing Images of the Nation in England, Germany and the Netherlands: A Comparison
Sven de Roode

Literature, History, Periodization, and the Pleasures of the Latin Literary History of Late Antiquity
Danuta Shanzer

Understanding Medieval Manuscripts: St. Gall’s Virtual Library
Anna Grotans, Julian Hendrix, Bernice Kaczynski

Alexander the Great in Current Scholarship
Edward M. Anson

Networks of Empire: Linkage and Reciprocity in Nineteenth-Century Irish and Indian History
Barry Crosbie

The Historiography of a Construct: “Feudalism” and the Medieval Historian
Richard Abels

The History of Medieval Theatre / Theatre of Medieval History: Dramatic Documents and the Performance of the Past
Carol Symes

The Jews in the Medieval Polish Economy: Some Thoughts on the Historiography of the Twentieth Century
Jolanta N. Komornicka

The Occupation of Germany in 1945 and the Politics of German History
Gareth Pritchard

Family, the State, and Law in Early Modern and Revolutionary France
Matthew Gerber

Gender and Rulership in the Medieval German Empire
Amalie Fößel

The ‘British Space': World-Empire-Continent-Nation-Region-Locality: A Historiographical Problem
Keith Robbins

Volume 6 (2008)

Kanak Experiences of WWI: New Caledonia’s Tirailleurs, Auxiliaries and ‘Rebels’
Adrian Muckle

How to Approach a Monster: A Comparison of Different Approaches in the Historiography of Early Modern Monster Literature
Anna Dunthorne

Rome’s Final Conquest: The Barbarians
Walter Goffart

The Prehistory of the Crusades: Toward a Developmental Taxonomy
Burnam W. Reynolds

An Introduction to Medieval Environmental History
Ellen F. Arnold

Kabbalah: A Medieval Tradition and Its Contemporary Appeal
Hava Tirosh-Samuelson

Postcolonialism and the Study of the Middle Ages
Nadia R. Altschul

England and France in the Sixteenth Century
Glenn John Richardson

The Russian Revolution: Broadening Understandings of 1917
Sarah Badcock

Volume 5 (2007)

Women, Gender and Lordship in France, c.1050–1250
Kimberly A. LoPrete

Transatlantic Catholicism: Rethinking the Nature of the Catholic Tradition in the Early Modern Period
Megan Armstrong

The ‘Culture de guerre’ and French Historiography of the Great War of 1914–1918
Leonard V. Smith

How to Use Modern Critical Editions of Medieval Latin Texts
Eric Knibbs

Franciscan Advice to the Papacy in the Middle Ages
Amanda Power

Understanding the Popular Appeal of Fascism, National Socialism and Soviet Communism: The Revival of Totalitarianism Theory and Political Religion
Ulrike Ehret

The Crusades and the Jews: Some Reflections on the 1096 Massacre
Judith Bronstein

Unraveling the Spanish Inquisition: Inquisitorial Studies in the Twenty-First Century
Kimberly Lynn Hossain

Origins of the French Revolution
Gail Bossenga

Music and Politics in Germany 1933–1955: Approaches and Challenges
Toby Thacker

The Right-Wing Leagues and Electoral Politics in Interwar France
Brian Jenkins

Napoleon Bonaparte, Political Prodigy
Howard G. Brown

The 80 Years’ Question: The Dutch Revolt in Historical Perspective
Laura Cruz

The German Democratic Republic: State Power and Everyday Life
Gregory Witkowski

A History of Disasters: Spanish Colonialism in the Age of Empire
Christopher Schmidt-Nowara

Magic and Impotence: Recent Developments in Medieval Historiography
Catherine Rider

Eunuchs in Historical Perspective
Kathryn M. Ringrose

Circulation of Arab Silver in Medieval Afro-Eurasia: Preliminary Observations
Roman K. Kovalev, Alexis C. Kaelin

Popular [Mis]conceptions of Medieval Warfare
Peter Burkholder

Rereading Marc Bloch: The Life and Works of a Visionary Modernist
Katherine Stirling

Cum Consensu Omnium: Frankish Church Councils from Clovis to Charlemagne
Gregory I. Halfond

Teaching the Middle Ages on Film: Visual Narrative and the Historical Record
Martha Driver

Liberty and Death: The French Revolution
Jennifer Heuer

Fact and Fiction in the Icelandic Sagas
Margaret Cormack

Volume 4 (2006)

Blood in Medieval Cultures
Bettina Bildhauer

Revisiting the Turkish Revolution, 1923–1938: Secular Reform and Religious “Reaction”
Gavin D. Brockett

Medieval Europe and the World: Why Medievalists Should Also Be World Historians
Teofilo Ruiz

A Country Split in Two? Contemporary Italy and Its Usable and Unusable Pasts
R. J. B. Bosworth

Post-War Politics and the Historiography of French Strategy and Diplomacy Before the Second World War
Peter Jackson

Breaking Old Habits: Recent Research on Women, Spirituality, and the Arts in the Middle Ages
June L. Mecham

Women, Gender, and Rulership in Romance Europe: The Iberian Case
Miriam Shadis

Traditions and Trajectories in the Historiography of European Witch Hunting
Thomas A. Fudge

Women, Gender, and Rulership in Medieval Italy
Holly S. Hurlburt

A New Consensus? Recent Research on Fascism in Europe, 1918–1945
Arnd Bauerkämper

Ethnogenesis: A Contested Model of Early Medieval Europe
Andrew Gillett

Medieval Prisons: Between Myth and Reality, Hell and Purgatory
Guy Geltner

New Approaches to Bourgeois Resistance in Germany and Austria, 1933–1945
Eric Kurlander

Images of the Merovingians and Carolingians
Constance B. Bouchard

J. M. Keynes and the Postwar International Economic Order
Scott Newton

Europe, East and West
Kevin Passmore

Early Modern Spanish Cultural History: One Opinion
James S. Amelang

New Approaches to Byzantine History
Catherine Holmes

Volume 3 (2005)

Ancient Greek Mercenaries (664–250 BCE)
Matthew Trundle

Sacred and Secular Spheres: Religious Women in Golden Age Spain
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt

“Pro-Serbians” vs. “Pro-Bulgarians”: Revisionism in Post-Socialist Macedonian Historiography
Ulf Brunnbauer

Re-Writing the History of Romania after the Fall of Communism
Irina Culic

Louis Malle and the Historians
Hugo Frey

Looking East: East Central European “Borderlands” in German History and Historiography
Tara Zahra

Volume 2 (2004)

Confessionalization: Reformation, Religion, Absolutism, and Modernity
Susan R. Boettcher

The Question of Economic Decline in Seventeenth-Century Italy: Myth or Reality?
Stefano D’Amico

The Czech Revolution of 1848: The Pivot of the Habsburg Revolutions
Mark Dimond

On History, Historians and Silence
Keith Jenkins

The Debate on the Fourth Crusade
Jonathan Harris

Spices in the Middle Ages
Paul Freedman

The New Venice: Historians and Historiography in the 21st Century Lagoon
Liz Horodowich

The Devil’s Altar? Crime and the Early Modern Public House
Beat Kümin

Women and the Reformations: Reflections on Recent Research
Merry Wiesner-Hanks

Ancient Greek Democracy and Its Study
Eric Robinson

New Views on Citizenship and National Identity in Early Modern France
Charlotte C. Wells

Volume 1 (2003)

Gender, women and the Occupation of France, 1940-1944
Joan Tumblety

The Concept that Came Out of the Cold: the Progressive Historicization of Generic Fascism and its New Relevance to Teaching Twentieth-century History
Roger Griffin

An Update on the Reign of Francis I
R. J. Knecht

Consumer Culture and Political Transformations in Twentieth-Century Germany
Bryan Ganaway

What Can We Learn From the History of Homosexuality in Russia?
Dan Healey

Socialists in Nineteenth-Century France
Pamela Pilbeam

‘Heavy Hands and Light Touches': Approaches to the Study of Cinematic Culture in the Third Reich
Jo Fox

Russia and the Origins of Twentieth-century Antisemitism
Sam Johnson