European Review of History (ERH) 10 (2003), 2

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European Review of History (ERH) 10 (2003), 2
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Topical Issue 'Geschichtsregionen': Concept and Critique. Guest editor - Éditeur invité Stefan Troebst

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European Review of History / Revue Européene d'Histoire
United Kingdom
Troebst, Stefan

10 (2003), no. 2 (Summer 2003 - été 2003)


Introduction: What’s in a Historical Region? A Teutonic Perspective
Stefan Troebst (University of Leipzig and Leipzig Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe, GWZO, Germany) 173

Constructing Iberia: National Traditions and the Problem(s) of a Peninsular History
Antonio Sáez-Arance (University of Cologne, Germany) 189

Francophonia as a World Region?
Matthias Middell (University of Leipzig, Germany) 203

Why the History of ‘the Celtic Fringe‘ Remains Unwritten
Steven Ellis (National University of Ireland, Galway) 221

Rediscovering the Levant: A Heterogeneous Structure as a Homogeneous Historical Region
Desanka Schwara (University of Basel, Switzerland) 233

‘Fertile Crescent‘, ‘Orient‘, ‘Middle East‘: The Changing Mental Maps of Southwest Asia
Thomas Scheffler (Free University Berlin, Germany) 253

Imagining Mitteleuropa: Conceptualisations of ‘Its‘ Space In and Outside German Geography
Hans-Dietrich Schultz (Humboldt University of Berlin) & Wolfgang Natter (University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA) 273

‘Intermarium‘ and ‘Wedding to the Sea‘: Politics of History and Mental Mapping in East Central Europe
Stefan Troebst (University of Leipzig and Leipzig Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe, GWZO, Germany) 293

Norden: Structures That Do Not Make a Region
Norbert Goetz (Ernst Moritz Arndt University Greifswald, Germany) 323

Leaving the ‘Baltic‘ States and ‘Welcome to Estonia‘: Re-regionalising Estonian Identity
Karsten Brüggemann (Narva College, Estonia) 343

The Best (and the Worst) of Several Worlds: The Shifting Historiographical Concept of Northeastern Europe
Ralph Tuchtenhagen (University of Hamburg, Germany) 361

Writing the Empire: Russia and the Soviet Union in Twentieth-Century Historiography
Martin Aust (Christian Albrechts University Kiel, Germany) 375

Southeastern Europe as a Historical Meso-region:Constructing Space in Twentieth-Century German Historiography
Dietmar Müller (Free University Berlin, Germany) 393

European History ­ a façon de parler?
Michael G. Müller (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany) 409

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