Contemporary European History 28 (2019), 1

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Contemporary European History 28 (2019), 1.


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Editors: Jonathan Morris, University of Hertfordshire, UK Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield, UK Patricia Clavin, University of Oxford, UK John Connelly, University of California, Berkeley, USA Holger Nehring, University of Sheffield, UK
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Editors: Dr Ludivine Broch (University of Westminster, UK); Dr Celia Donert (University of Liverpool, UK); Dr Matthew Frank (University of Leeds, UK); Dr Jessica Reinisch (Birkbeck, University of London, UK)
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Published: February, May, August and November

TABLE OF CONTENT

Roundtable: Contemporary European Historians on Brexit

Introduction: Contemporary European Historians on Brexit
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 1 – 5
doi: 10.1017/S096077731800067X Published Online on 8 February 2019

Brexit: 100 Years in the Making
Martin Conway
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 6 – 9
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000681 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Plebiscite or Parliament? Brexit and the End of the History of the British Political Model
Pieter Lagrou
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 10 – 13
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000693 Published Online on 8 February 2019

The Power of History: British and German Views of the European, National and Imperial Past
Dominik Geppert
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 14 – 18
doi: 10.1017/S096077731800070X Published Online on 8 February 2019

Spanish Historians and Brexit: On Special Paths and Historical Normality
Xosé M. Núñez Seixas
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 19 – 22
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000711 Published Online on 8 February 2019

‘Britain – the Sicily of Europe?’ Continental Perspectives on Britain’s Amour Propre
Axel Körner
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 23 – 26
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000723 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Brexit from Greek Vantage Points: Changing Histories in the United Kingdom and Greece
Nikolaos Papadogiannis
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 27 – 30
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000735 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Brave New World? Brave Old World?
Anne Deighton
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 31 – 34
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000747 Published Online on 8 February 2019

The Historical Roots of the ‘Awkward Partner’ Narrative
N. Piers Ludlow
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 35 – 38
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000759 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Back to the 1960s or Further Back? Brexit as a European Dilemma between Past and Future
Thorsten Borring Olesen
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 39 – 41
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000772 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Of Walls and Fences: Brexit and the History of Cross-Border Migration
Pertti Ahonen
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 42 – 45
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000760 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Social Europe, Democracy and Brexit
Sandrine Kott
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 46 – 49
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000784 Published Online on 8 February 2019

British and European Citizenship: Entanglements through the Lens of Disability
Monika Baár, Paul van Trigt
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 50 – 52
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000796 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Steampunk Nationalism
Maciej Janowski
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 53 – 56
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000802 Published Online on 8 February 2019

New Versailles or a Velvet Revolution? Brexit and the Exits of Central and Eastern European History, 1916–2016
Ferenc Laczó, Mate Rigo
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 57 – 60
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000814 Published Online on 8 February 2019

The United Kingdom and Central Europe: A Dream of an Alternative
Adam Hudek
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 61 – 64
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000826 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Brexit: A Tipping Point towards New Tribalism
Maria Bucur
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 65 – 68
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000838 Published Online on 8 February 2019

What Went Wrong and Why? Nationalism versus Democracy in Eastern and Western Europe
Vladimir Tismaneanu
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 69 – 72
doi: 10.1017/S096077731800084X Published Online on 8 February 2019

Sovereignty, ‘Return to Europe’ and Democratic Distrust in the East after 1989 in the Light of Brexit
Michal Kopeček
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 73 – 76
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000851 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Nationalist Internationalism in the Modern Age
David Motadel
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 77 – 81
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000863 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Spotlight

Documents as Weapons: The Uses of a Dictatorship’s Archives
Elidor Mëhilli
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 82 – 95
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000656 Published Online on 8 February 2019

A Perilous History: A Historiographical Essay on the French Resistance
Laurent Douzou
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 96 – 106
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000619 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Review article

Between the Round Table and the Waiting Room: Scholarship on War and Peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo after the ‘Post-Cold War’
Catherine Baker
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 107 – 119
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000668 Published Online on 8 February 2019

Locating Dictatorship in the Anthropocene: Historiographic Trends in the History of Science and Technology and the Study of European Authoritarianism
Louie Dean Valencia-García
Contemporary European History, Volume 28 / Issue 1, February 2018, pp 120 – 130
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000644 Published Online on 8 February 2019

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