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Developing Theatre: Building Expert Networks for Theatre in Emerging Countries after 1945

Year 2016
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This research project proposes a fundamental re-examination of the historiography of theatre in emerging countries after 1945 . It investigates the institutional factors that led to the emergence of professional theatre in the post-war period throughout the decolonizing world. The particular focus will be on the massive involvement of internationally coordinated ‘development’ and ‘modernization’ programs both East and West. The project will introduce the concepts of epistemic community, expert networks and techno-politics to theatre historical research as a means to historicize theatre within transnational and transcultural paradigms and examine its imbrication in globalization processes. This institutional and transnational approach will enable theatre studies to overcome its still strong national and local focus on plays and productions and connect it to current discourses on transnational history. The main objectives of this project are to: • examine how a global ‘epistemic community’ centred around theatre emerged in the post-war period; • investigate how ‘expert networks’ composed of government bodies, private foundations, transnational corporate philanthropy, local elites and individual artists sought to institutionalize particular forms and practices of professional theatre as an interconnected, transnational phenomenon; • develop a new interdisciplinary approach to theatre historiography by focusing on institutional structures, path dependencies and transnational imbrications rather than on works and authors. The principal investigator will bring to this project two decades of internationally recognized research into intercultural and global theatre. With its combination of institutional historiography and innovative research methods the project will provide a new foundation for current discussions of cultural policy and sustainability in emerging societies.
1 Project

TECHNOLOGY OF FORMATION OF POLY-ETHNICITY IN THE DISCOURSE OF MODERN STATES

Authors Zaure Malgarayeva, Indira Akylbayeva, Nurlan Mukhlissov, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name ANNALES-ANALI ZA ISTRSKE IN MEDITERANSKE STUDIJE-SERIES HISTORIA ET SOCIOLOGIA
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2 Journal Article

'Arab invasion' and decline, or the import of European racial thought by Iranian nationalists

Authors Reza Zia-Ebrahimi
Year 2014
Journal Name ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 7
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3 Journal Article

Archeology of Migrations

Authors Seguy
Year 2018
Journal Name POPULATION
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4 Journal Article

Introduction: Portugal, Empire, and Migrations — Was There Ever an Autonomous Social Imperial Space?

Authors Michel Cahen, Eric Morier-Genoud
Book Title Imperial Migrations
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5 Book Chapter

The trap of backwardness: Modernity, temporality, and the study of eastern European nationalism

Authors Maria Todorova
Year 2005
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
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6 Journal Article

Louis IX in Medieval Arabic Sources: The Saint, the King, and the Sicilian Connection

Authors Mohamad El Merheb
Year 2016
Journal Name Al-Masaq-Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean
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7 Journal Article

The Archeology of ‘Remote Control’

Authors A. Zolberg
Year 2003
Book Title Migration Control in the North Atlantic World. The Evolution of State Practices in Europe and the United States from the French Revoltion to the Inter-War Period
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8 Book Chapter

The historiography of gender and progressive education in the United States

Authors K Weiler
Year 2006
Journal Name PAEDAGOGICA HISTORICA
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9 Journal Article

The roof is on fire - Doing historical archeology on 19th-century education in a city in turmoil

Authors PKS Collins
Year 2004
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BLACK STUDIES
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10 Journal Article

‘Pink Slave’ or the ‘Modern Young Woman’? A History of the Au Pair in Britain

Authors Eleni Liarou
Book Title Au Pairs’ Lives in Global Context
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11 Book Chapter

History teaching as a nation-building tool in the early republican period in Turkey (1923-1938)

Authors Fatih Yazici, Tercan Yildirim
Year 2018
Journal Name PAEDAGOGICA HISTORICA
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12 Journal Article

HISTORIOGRAPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY IN BRAZIL: Pioneer Works, Recent Developments

Authors Regina Helena de Freitas Campos, Ana Maria Jaco-Vilela, Marina Massimi
Year 2010
Journal Name HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
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13 Journal Article

Memory of empire: the post-imperial historiography of late Antiquity

Year 2013
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'The current project aims at offering the first comprehensive interpretation and reconstruction of the historiographical traditions in the Mediterranean from the fourth to the eighth centuries AD, the crucial transitional period from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. In particular, it advances the hypothesis that the historiography of this period should be understood as ‘post-imperial’, in the sense that the literary, cultural, religious and political traditions of the Roman Empire remained the point of reference at a time when that empire had, by the seventh century, lost its grip on the West and large portions of the East. New realities were thus still understood within a traditional framework and described with long-lived categories – a situation that generated fundamental tensions within late ancient historiography but also spurred great creativity in the genre. In order to be able to test this hypothesis, the project will make new sources available (especially regarding fragmentary Early Byzantine, Syriac, and late Latin historiography), increase the accessibility of existing sources through the creation of an online database, and explore different philological methodologies and interpretative models through a series of specifically targeted studies. Emphasing the shared cultural heritage instead of cultural and political fragmentation, the interpretation will especially focus on the continuation of the rhetorical tradition in late Antiquity, the incarnation of meaning in geographical space, and intercultural contacts across the Mediterranean. It thus hopes not only to establish a new paradigm for our understanding of late antique historiography but also set the study of this field on an improved methodological footing.'
14 Project

Soon gone, long forgotten: uncovering British responses to Belgian refugees during the First World War INTRODUCTION

Authors Jacqueline Jenkinson
Year 2016
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
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15 Journal Article

The roof is on fire - Doing historical archeology on 19th-century education in a city in turmoil

Authors PKS Collins
Year 2004
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BLACK STUDIES
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16 Journal Article

The archeology of ethnicity: Constructing identities in the past and present

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Year 1999
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INDO-EUROPEAN STUDIES
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17 Journal Article

Eugenics. A historical analysis and a possible proposal

Authors Fabiola Villela Cortes, Jorge E. Linares Salgado
Year 2011
Journal Name ACTA BIOETHICA
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18 Journal Article

SIBERIA AS A FIELD OF INTERCULTURAL INTERACTIONS: LITERATURE, ANTHROPOLOGY, HISTORIOGRAPHY, ETHNOLOGY

Authors Pavel Alekseev
Year 2017
Journal Name IMAGOLOGIYA I KOMPARATIVISTIKA-IMAGOLOGY AND COMPARATIVE STUDIES
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19 Journal Article

The “Germanic Völkerwanderung“ in Early Modern Thought. Origins and Developments of a Historiographical Master Narrative, 1500-1830

Year 2013
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'In the patriotic German historiography of the 19th and 20th centuries, the motif of the “Germanic Völkerwanderung“ has played an eminent role. According to this master narrative of German nationalism, allegedly Germanic tribes like the Goths, the Vandals, the Langobards and numerous others had roamed Europe in a series of far-reaching campaigns of conquest and colonization between the late fourth and the mid-sixth century AD that brought the Roman Empire to its knees. Their bravery and martial prowess were interpreted as manifestations of primordial, unchanging Germanic virtues which modern Germans shared with their barbarian ancestors. During the last decades, historical research on the transformation processes of late antiquity and the early Middle Ages has thoroughly refuted such appropriations of the past. The deconstruction of the 'Völkerwanderung', however, makes it even more important to examine the origin of this highly influential historical narrative. The planned research project intends to examine the development of the 'Völkerwanderung' topos between the 16th and the late 18th century. How did early modern scholars conceptualise the process of barbarian migration – the migrants’ motivation, the organisation and the logistics? How did they judge the interaction between Romans and barbarians? Was 'migratio gentium' already instrumentalised in the construction of pre-national and proto-national identities before the rise of the modern concept of nationhood around 1800? And when and why did scholars reach the consensus that the period between 375 and 568 was the migration period, and that it was more heavily influenced by tribal mobility than others? A detailed analysis of the 'Völkerwanderung' motif between humanism and late enlightenment would promise important insights into the intellectual roots of German nationalism.'
20 Project

Liberty and moral ambivalence: Postsocialist transitions, refugee hosting, and bodily comportment in the Republic of Guinea

Authors MIKE MCGOVERN
Year 2015
Journal Name American Ethnologist
Citations (WoS) 4
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21 Journal Article

The reception of French historiography in Latin America, 1870-1968

Authors CA Aguirre Rojas
Year 2000
Journal Name CARAVELLE-CAHIERS DU MONDE HISPANIQUE ET LUSO-BRESILIEN
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22 Journal Article

Soon gone, long forgotten: uncovering British responses to Belgian refugees during the First World War INTRODUCTION

Authors Jacqueline Jenkinson
Year 2016
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
Citations (WoS) 4
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23 Journal Article

Democracy's New Song: Black Reconstruction in America, 1860-1880 and the Melodramatic Imagination

Authors Marina Bilbija
Year 2011
Journal Name ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
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24 Journal Article

Race and Historiography: Advancing a Critical-Realist Approach

Authors Dafina-Lazarus Stewart
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
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25 Journal Article

Racializing historiography: anti-Jewish scholarship in the Third Reich

Authors Dirk Rupnow
Year 2008
Journal Name PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE
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26 Journal Article

HEBREW IN ENGLISH: THE NEW TRANSNATIONAL HEBREW LITERATURE

Authors Melissa Weininger
Year 2015
Journal Name SHOFAR-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF JEWISH STUDIES
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27 Journal Article

Race and Historiography: Advancing a Critical-Realist Approach

Authors Dafina-Lazarus Stewart
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 3
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28 Journal Article

The Hindu nationalist reinterpretation of pilgrimage in India: the limits of Yatra politics

Authors Christophe Jaffrelot
Year 2009
Journal Name NATIONS AND NATIONALISM
Citations (WoS) 7
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29 Journal Article

Historical Analysis of Participation in 161 km Ultramarathons in North America

Authors Martin D. Hoffman, June C. Ong, Gary Wang
Year 2010
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SPORT
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30 Journal Article

Industrial Heritage and Tourism: The Workers' Village Galopolis, Caxias do Sul, RS

Authors Vania Beatriz Merlotti Heredia, Bruna Tronca
Year 2016
Journal Name ROSA DOS VENTOS-TURISMO E HOSPITALIDADE
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31 Journal Article

Chicana Art: The politics of spiritual and aesthetic altarities

Authors Clara Román-Odio
Year 2009
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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32 Journal Article

Ethno-Social and Demographic Processes in Udmurtia: the Experience of the Local-Historical Research

Authors Vladimir Stepanovich Vorontsov, I. L. Pozdeev, D. A. Chernienko
Year 2017
Journal Name EZHEGODNIK FINNO-UGORSKIKH ISSLEDOVANII-YEARBOOK OF FINNO-UGRIC STUDIES
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33 Journal Article

The Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR): an Historical Analysis Between US and Europe

Year 2016
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The research project aims to analyze the history of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR), a spiritual awakening movement which was founded in 1967 in the United States of America within the Catholic Church and which spread rapidly throughout the world, so much so that today its has more than 120 million members. The proposal intends to focus on three specific objectives: 1. to survey the relationship between US Catholicism and European Catholicism through the history of the CCR; 2. to analyze the reaction of the Catholic Church hierarchy to the CCR, especially that of the pontiffs, through the analysis of official pronouncements made during meetings with the charismatic groups or at other specific times; 3. to problematize the issue of gender within Catholicism defining the role of women within the CCR. The research can generally be considered to be a part of World/Global Christianity Studies, seen from a cross-cultural perspective. It foresees the use of archive material (Notre Dame Archives) and the first historiographical, sociological and theological texts on the CCR as primary sources in approaching the history and nature of the charismatic movement in understanding its origin, evolution and success, firstly in US and then in Europe. The topic is particularly auspicious from the point of view of academic exchange between Europe and the United States, as it serves as a moment of reflection and dialogue on the theme of the history of Christianity. There being no expert on the subject of the charismatic movement in the Catholic Church at any of the European universities, this research project could be a unique opportunity to forge personal career possibilities and new international contacts. Finally, the project would contribute to the History of Christianity, Studies in World Christianity, American Catholic Studies and European History on an international level.
34 Project

Ritual and racism: A social-historical analysis of the crack sentencing guidelines

Authors B Berndt
Year 2003
Journal Name CRIME LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE
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35 Journal Article

INTEGRATING THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY GOLD RUSHES

Authors Keir Reeves, Charles Fahey, Lionel Frost
Year 2010
Journal Name AUSTRALIAN ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW
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36 Journal Article

“Ser De Aquí”: Beyond the Cuban Exile Model

Authors Nancy Raquel Mirabal
Year 2003
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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37 Journal Article

TEN YEARS OF ITALIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY: A Field in Progress

Authors Glauco Ceccarelli, Guido Cimino, Renato Foschi
Year 2010
Journal Name HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
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38 Journal Article

Migrant Heritage in an Indigenous Context: For a decolonising migrant historiography

Authors Joseph Pugliese
Year 2002
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
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39 Journal Article

Unfulfilled promise: radical discourses in South African educational historiography, 1970-2007

Authors Michael Cross, Claude Carpentier, Halima Ait-Mehdi
Year 2009
Journal Name HISTORY OF EDUCATION
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40 Journal Article

FROM FIELD TO FACTORY - HISTORIOGRAPHY OF SLOVAK IMMIGRATION TO UNITED-STATES

Authors MM STOLARIK
Year 1976
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 1
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41 Journal Article

Some Comments on the History of Italian Migration and on the Nature of Historical Research

Year 1967
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
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42 Journal Article

Migratory Patterns of a Fish Doodle

Authors Kakali Bhattacharya
Year 2019
Journal Name DEPARTURES IN CRITICAL QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
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43 Journal Article

The historiography of Jewish immigration to Argentina: Problems and perspectives

Authors Fabiana Sabina Tolcachier
Year 1997
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
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44 Journal Article

Holocaust Historiography: The Return of Antisemitism and Ethnic Stereotypes as Major Themes

Authors D. Ofer
Year 1999
Journal Name PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE
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45 Journal Article

The historiography of immigrants and ethnic minorities: Britain compared with the USA

Authors Panikos Panayi
Year 1996
Journal Name ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES
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46 Journal Article

'Unfinished work and damaged materials': historians and the Scots in the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania (1569-1795)

Authors David Worthington
Year 2016
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
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47 Journal Article

The Question of Racial Immunity to Yellow Fever in History and Historiography

Authors Mariola Espinosa
Year 2014
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY
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48 Journal Article

Holocaust historiography: The return of antisemitism and ethnic stereotypes as major themes

Authors D Ofer
Year 1999
Journal Name PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE
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49 Journal Article

Baltic Refugees and Policy Formation in Sweden 1940-1950

Authors Anu Mai Koll
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BALTIC STUDIES
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50 Journal Article

NEGLECT OF THE FOREIGN INVISIBLE Historiography and the Navigation of Conflicting Sensibilities

Authors Jeremy Trevelyan Burman
Year 2015
Journal Name HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
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51 Journal Article

JEWISH IMMIGRATION TO AMERICA AND REVISIONIST HISTORIOGRAPHY - A DECADE OF NEW PERSPECTIVES

Authors E LEDERHENDLER
Year 1983
Journal Name YIVO ANNUAL OF JEWISH SOCIAL SCIENCE
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52 Journal Article

"DES GESTES DES ENGLAYS": ENGLAND AND THE ENGLISH IN PIERS LANGTOFT'S CHRONICLE.

Authors Helen Young,
Year 2011
Journal Name VIATOR: MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES, VOL 42, NO 1
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53 Journal Article

The Hindu nationalist reinterpretation of pilgrimage in India: the limits of Yatra politics

Authors Christophe Jaffrelot
Year 2009
Journal Name NATIONS AND NATIONALISM
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54 Journal Article

the european geneses of american political science

Authors John G Gunnell
Year 2006
Journal Name EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE
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55 Journal Article

Historiography and transformation of ethnic identity in the Mongol Empire: the Öng’üt case

Authors Christopher P. Atwood
Year 2014
Journal Name ASIAN ETHNICITY
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56 Journal Article

Romans and Ostrogoths between integration and separation. The contribution of archeology to a historical debate

Authors Marco Aimone
Year 2012
Journal Name RETI MEDIEVALI RIVISTA
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57 Journal Article

'Left to Fend for Themselves': Immigration, Race Relations and the State in Twentieth Century Northern Ireland

Authors Jack Crangle
Year 2018
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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58 Journal Article

'Left to Fend for Themselves': Immigration, Race Relations and the State in Twentieth Century Northern Ireland

Authors Jack Crangle
Year 2018
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
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59 Journal Article

Gender and migration: Historical perspectives

Authors SM Sinke
Year 2006
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 20
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60 Journal Article

The Centennial Voyageur Canoe Pageant as historical re-enactment

Authors Misao Dean
Year 2006
Journal Name JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES-REVUE D ETUDES CANADIENNES
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61 Journal Article

From Field to Factory: The Historiography of Slovak Immigration to the United States

Year 1976
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
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62 Journal Article

'Unfinished work and damaged materials': historians and the Scots in the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania (1569-1795)

Authors David Worthington
Year 2016
Journal Name IMMIGRANTS AND MINORITIES
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63 Journal Article

Education and globalisation: a Latin American perspective

Authors Pablo Pineau
Year 2008
Journal Name HISTORY OF EDUCATION
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64 Journal Article

"""Racial thinking and relevant sciences in East-Central Europe in the decades around 1900"""

Year 2011
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At the core of my proposed research lies the desire to understand turn-of-the-century European fascination with the idea of race and the employment of modern sciences in the construction of racial theories in national and imperial contexts of East-Central Europe. The project will explore the history of racial thinking and related biological, human and social sciences in the mostly uncharted region of East Central Europe, with special focus on the Hungarian Kingdom in the decades around 1900. Rooted in the ethnically and confessionally most mixed region of contemporary Europe, Hungarian sciences faced unique intellectual challenges in constructing racial theories and creating ethnic, national and imperial identities, thus contributing to the process of Hungarian nation-building while legitimating liberalism in general. To understand how race, ethnicity, the nation and the multi-ethnic kingdom were co-produced in the region, systematic research will explore a variety of scientific disciplines, including ethnography, sociology, physical anthropology, criminal and social statistics, biology, public health, eugenics, and crowd psychology. Based on the Applicant’s preliminary studies and research hypotheses, the disciplinary trajectories of Hungarian ‘sciences of race’ seem to diverge considerably from the models offered by the historiography in the British, French and German contexts. Rather exceptionally, in the Hungarian intellectual field, a marked and overall shift towards a biological, hierarchical, and racialist thinking did not seem to have taken place before the end of WWI. Due to the originality of the research and its interdisciplinary nature, the planned outcome, a monograph, will contribute not only to the historiography of European “racial sciences” and science studies, but also to nationalism and imperialism studies, the cultural and social studies of fin-de-siècle modernity in Central Europe, and the wider scholarship on the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
65 Project

Military service and emigration. Reflection, possibilities and problems from the Spanish case

Authors Erica Sarmiento, Oscar Alvarez Gila
Year 2019
Journal Name CONFLUENZE-RIVISTA DI STUDI IBEROAMERICANI
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66 Journal Article

TOWARD A RECONCILIATION OF THE STRUCTURATION AND MORPHOGENESIS THEORIES "TESTED" IN THE EVENTFUL HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

Authors E Morawska,
Year 2013
Journal Name SOCIAL THEORIES OF HISTORY AND HISTORIES OF SOCIAL THEORY
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67 Journal Article

Apartheid -- The Global Itinerary: South African Cultural Formations in Transnational Circulation, 1948-1990

Year 2014
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This proposal proceeds from an anomaly. Apartheid routinely breached the separation that it names. Whereas the South African regime was deeply isolationist in international terms, new research links it to the Cold War and decolonization. Yet this trend does not consider sufficiently that the global contest over the meaning of apartheid and resistance to it occurs on the terrain of culture. My project argues that studying the global circulation of South African cultural formations in the apartheid era provides novel historiographic leverage over Western liberalism during the Cold War. It recasts apartheid as an apparatus of transnational cultural production, turning existing historiography inside out. This study seeks: • To provide the first systematic account of the deterritorialization of “apartheid”—as political signifier and as apparatus generating circuits of transnational cultural production. • To analyze these itinerant cultural formations across media and national borders, articulating new intersections. • To map the itineraries of major South African exiles, where exile is taken to be a system of interlinked circuits of affiliation and cultural production. • To revise the historiography of states other than South Africa through the lens of deterritorialized apartheid-era formations at their respective destinations. • To show how apartheid reveals contradictions within Western liberalism during the Cold War, with special reference to racial inequality. Methodologically, I introduce the model of thick convergence to analyze three periods: 1. Kliptown & Bandung: Novel possibilities, 1948-1960. 2. Sharpeville & Memphis: Drumming up resistance, 1960-1976. 3. From Soweto to Berlin: Spectacle at the barricades, 1976-1990. Each explores a cultural dominant in the form of texts, soundscapes or photographs. My work stands at the frontier of transnational research, furnishing powerful new insights into why South Africa matters on the stage of global history.
68 Project

THE LIFE AND WORK OF DUBNOV,S.M. - DIASPORA NATIONALISM AND JEWISH HISTORIOGRAPHY - DUBNOVERLICH,S

Authors E LEDERHENDLER
Year 1992
Journal Name SLAVIC REVIEW
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69 Journal Article

"Indians or Blacks, fibers or slaves": work and culture in the Portuguese Amazon (XVII and XVIII centuries)

Authors Rafael Chambouleyron, Karl Heinz Arenz
Year 2016
Journal Name CARAVELLE
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70 Journal Article

A Cross-Cultural and Historical Analysis of Chinese Chui Wan in Comparison to Early Scottish Golf

Authors Jie Zhang, Kexiang Wu
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SPORT
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72 Journal Article

Sport: 'A Useful Category of Historical Analysis': 1 Isabel 'Lefty' Alvarez: The Rascal of El Cerro

Authors Kat D. Williams
Year 2012
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SPORT
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73 Journal Article

Globalising Touba: Expatriate Disciples in the World City Network

Authors Eric Ross
Year 2011
Journal Name URBAN STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 6
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75 Journal Article

Wealth distribution and litigation in the medieval Italian countryside: Castel San Pietro, Bologna, 1385

Authors T Dean
Year 2002
Journal Name CONTINUITY AND CHANGE
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76 Journal Article

Two Historiographies: Israeli Historiography and the Mass Jewish Migration to the United States, 1881-1914

Authors Gur Alroey
Year 2015
Journal Name JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW
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77 Journal Article

LABORS LOVE LOST - OBSERVATIONS ON THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF CLASS AND ETHNICITY IN THE 19TH-CENTURY

Authors P WAY
Year 1994
Journal Name JOURNAL OF AMERICAN STUDIES
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78 Journal Article

Bodily relations and reciprocity in the art of Sonia Khurana

Authors Leon Wainwright
Year 2017
Journal Name CULTURAL DYNAMICS
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79 Journal Article

The mirage of Balkan Piedmont: state formation and Serbian nationalisms in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Authors Sinisa Malesevic
Year 2017
Journal Name NATIONS AND NATIONALISM
Citations (WoS) 6
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80 Journal Article

A phylogenetic analysis of the relationship between sub-adult mortality and mode of subsistence

Authors Daniel W. Sellen, Ruth Mace
Year 1999
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE
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81 Journal Article

THE PROCESSES OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN CHINA AND THE RUSSIAN-CHINESE UNIVERSITY HUMANITIES PROJECT IN ST. PETERSBURG (2016-2017)

Authors Peng Feng, T. S. Yurieva, G. L. Tulchinskii, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name VESTNIK SANKT-PETERBURGSKOGO UNIVERSITETA-ISKUSSTVOVEDENIE
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82 Journal Article

AMERICAN LABOR AND IMMIGRATION HISTORY - REPORTS ON THE STATE OF THE HISTORIOGRAPHY SINCE 1945 .2.

Authors D HOERDER, LV MANNUCCI, G CALLESEN, ...
Year 1980
Journal Name LABOR HISTORY
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83 Journal Article

Literature and Autobiographical Writing as a Record of Sensitive Experiences: the Trajectory of Sioma Breitman

Authors Christine Fortes Lia, Katani Maria Monteiro Ruffato
Year 2019
Journal Name ARQUIVO MAARAVI-REVISTA DIGITAL DE ESTUDOS JUDAICOS DA UFMG
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84 Journal Article

Lymnaea schirazensis, an Overlooked Snail Distorting Fascioliasis Data: Genotype, Phenotype, Ecology, Worldwide Spread, Susceptibility, Applicability

Authors Maria Dolores Bargues, Patricio Artigas, Messaoud Khoubbane, ...
Year 2011
Journal Name PLOS ONE
Citations (WoS) 29
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85 Journal Article

Refugees-What's Wrong with History?

Authors Peter Gatrell
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 9
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86 Journal Article

Refugees-What's Wrong with History?

Authors Peter Gatrell
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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87 Journal Article

GERMAN HISTORICISM IN NORTH AMERICA: A NEW REVIEW OF MATERIALS FROM HENRY WALCOTT FARNAM AND JACK CARROLL MYLES

Authors Tiziana Foresti
Year 2017
Journal Name HISTORY OF ECONOMIC IDEAS
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88 Journal Article

The Christian of Latin Europe as Seen by Medieval Arab-Islamic Historiographers

Authors Daniel Koenig
Year 2009
Journal Name MEDIEVAL HISTORY JOURNAL
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89 Journal Article

"Contested State-craft' on the Frontiers of the Indian Nation: "Hills-Valley Divide' and the Genealogy of Kuki Ethnic Nationalism in Manipur

Authors Ngamjahao Kipgen, Arnab Roy Chowdhury
Year 2016
Journal Name STUDIES IN ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM
Citations (WoS) 2
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90 Journal Article

Defining America's Racial Boundaries: Blacks, Mexicans, and European Immigrants, 1890-1945

Authors Cybelle Fox, Thomas A. Guglielmo
Year 2012
Journal Name AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY
Citations (WoS) 56
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91 Journal Article

The Farm in the City in the Recent Past: Thoughts on a More Inclusive Urban Historiography

Authors Ruth Glasser
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY
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92 Journal Article

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