Journal of Contemporary History 56 (2021), 3

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Journal of Contemporary History 56 (2021), 3

London [u.a.] 2021: Sage Publications
Quarterly: January, April, July, October



Journal of Contemporary History (JCH)
United Kingdom
Schuster, Sophie-Margarete

The Journal of Contemporary History (JCH) is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles and book reviews on twentieth-century history (post-1930), covering a broad range of historical approaches including social, economic, political, diplomatic, intellectual and cultural. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


Special Section:

Science Diplomacy, Knowledge, and Transnationalism in International Relations, 1890s–1980s
Guest Editor: Sönke Kunkel

Science Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century: Introduction
Söenke Kunkel

Learning from the Earthquake Nation: Japanese Science Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century
Julia Mariko Jacoby

‘The Battle for Abu Simbel’: Archaeology and Postcolonial Diplomacy in the UNESCO Campaign for Nubia
Adam C. Hill

Science Diplomacy at the International Atomic Energy Agency: Isotope Hydrology, Development, and the Establishment of a Technique
Matthew Adamson

Trading Global Catastrophes: NATO’s Science Diplomacy and Nuclear Winter
Simone Turchetti

Special Section:

Peace Movements in Southern Europe during the 1970s and 1980s
Guest Editors: Benjamin Ziemann and Martin Baumeister

Introduction: Peace Movements in Southern Europe during the 1970s and 1980s
Martin Baumeister and Benjamin Ziemann

Under Attack? The PCI and the Italian Peace Movement in the 1980s
Valentine Lomellini

‘Against Any Army’: Italian Radical Party’s Antimilitarism from the 1960s to the Early 1980s
Lucia Bonfreschi

‘Out With the Bases of Death’: Civil Society and Peace Mobilization in Greece During the 1980s
Eirini Karamouzi

Cultural Resistances in Post-Authoritarian Greece: Protesting the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus in 1974
Kostis Kornetis

Italian Physicists and the Bomb: Edoardo Amaldi’s Network for Arms Control and Peace during the Cold War
Lodovica Clavarino

Walls of Anxiety: The Iconography of Anti-NATO protests in Spain, 1981–6
Giulia Quaggio


A Jewish Italienische Reise during the Nazi period
Sarah Wobick-Segev

Early Reactions to Raul Hilberg’s History of the Holocaust, 1961–7
Olof Bortz

Twice Exiled: Leo Zuckermann (1908–85) and the Limits of the Communist Promise
Philipp Graf

A World Class Industry: Honda in Alabama and the Rise of the Foreign-Owned Auto Sector
Timothy J. Minchin

Book Reviews

Scott Kaufman, The Environment and International History
Miriam F. Lipton

Helen McCarthy, Double Lives: A History of Working Motherhood
Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite

Peter R. Mansoor and Williamson Murray (eds), The Culture of Military Organizations
Thomas Furse

Karl Heinrich Pohl, Gustav Stresemann. The Crossover Artist
Jonathan Wright

Benjamin T. Smith, The Mexican Press and Civil Society, 1940–1976
Roderic Ai Camp

Jochen Lingelbach, On the Edges of Whiteness: Polish Refugees in British Colonial Africa During and After the Second World War
Amina Marzouk Chouchene

David Brydan, Franco’s Internationalists. Social Experts and Spain’s Search for Legitimacy
Antonio Cazorla-Sanchez

Anne Scrimgeour, On Red Earth Walking: The Pilbara Aboriginal Strike, Western Australia 1946–1949
Glen O’Hara, The Politics of Water in Post-War Britain
Jim Tomlinson

Olivier Esteves, The ‘Desegregation’ of English Schools: Bussing, Race and Urban Space 1960s–80s
Satya Gunput

Philip Begley, The Making of Thatcherism: The Conservative Party in Opposition, 1974–79
Emma Barrett

John J. Pitney Jr., After Reagan: Bush, Dukakis, and the 1988 Election; Michael Nelson, Clinton’s Elections: 1992, 1996, and the Birth of a New Era of Governance
Vincent Stine

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